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Volkswagen Golf R Estate 5Dr DSG 24m lease £8,038.94 total = (3 + 23) * £309.19 @ Vertu Motors
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Volkswagen Golf R Estate 5Dr DSG 24m lease £8,038.94 total = (3 + 23) * £309.19 @ Vertu Motors

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Posted 31st Dec 2019

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Golf R Estate lease
Contract term :24 months
Rental profile 3+23
Annual mileage :5000
23 monthly rentals of:£309.19
Initial rental:£927.58
Processing fee :£0.00
Finance doc fee :£0.00

This is not as good as some R deals from 2-3 years ago but if it works, it's the best price I have seen for R Estate for a while.

Fast car, lots of space in the boot, lots of options included as default.

Price for 10k miles per year is £328.06 * (3+23)
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5000 miles seems very low.
alexc10031/12/2019 09:52

Why else would you buy a 300hp car? I’ve got an M2 and it’s been to the Nur …Why else would you buy a 300hp car? I’ve got an M2 and it’s been to the Nurburgring and Goodwood. If I didn’t do track days I wouldnt have need for such a car. If you’re not going to track it just buy a standard Gold and save £s


I think some people buy cars like these just because they like the feeling of pulling away from traffic lights more quickly than others, and accelerating down a motorway slip road up to 80mph really quickly. It's their choice to do so, and as long as they are safe it's not a problem. I suspect that these people might not enjoy a track day quite as much, as the other drivers wouldnt be in a Mondeo with their families.
alexc10031/12/2019 09:52

Why else would you buy a 300hp car? I’ve got an M2 and it’s been to the Nur …Why else would you buy a 300hp car? I’ve got an M2 and it’s been to the Nurburgring and Goodwood. If I didn’t do track days I wouldnt have need for such a car. If you’re not going to track it just buy a standard Gold and save £s


You wouldn't have a "need" for such a car, but if you could afford it would you still want it? I'd much rather drive around in an M2 than a 218i. Even nipping to Tesco the two offer a very noticeably different experience.

A Golf R still offers plenty over a 1.0 TSI Golf with a third of the power even on public roads and there are plenty of roads near me where I could safely and legally use the extra power and enjoy it. Do I "need" 300ps? Do I hell. Do I like faster, enjoyable cars over slower, boring ones, hell yes.
bobbitchin31/12/2019 09:09

Nope. It would be a nice embarrassing mess. It baffles me: say, 30 or 40 …Nope. It would be a nice embarrassing mess. It baffles me: say, 30 or 40 years ago when job security was still relevant, bo one took anything on credit except maybe a T.V or a washing machine at Radio Rentals, yet here we are all maxed out on cards and loans and the way the government solves the fact that theres no economy anymore is by getting people to LEASE a car? Environmental concerns are at the highest, but the steamroller of stupidity and money, money first carrys on.


I don't think the government deliberately gets people to lease a car, it's just one of a range of legal options people have at their disposal. Car finance isn't anything new. But I avoid debt myself through choice, in fact I've found that having saved enough to buy in cash - I actually don't feel any need to get rid of my old one! Nothing wrong with leases though, I've had in the past and would again - if it's a good deal.
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Decent deal. This is about what I paid 6 months ago for my R Estate lease.

Great all rounder.
I just can't do it... I need a time machine
I must admit, I'd love a new car too, but if I'm paying out that much month I doubt I'll go anywhere in it due to having zero funds left afterwards. What does this include?
Was a car or new kitchen

Kitchen comes in 2 weeks
5000 miles seems very low.
Such a shame it’s the estate. Imagine taking an estate to a track day
bobbitchin31/12/2019 08:29

I must admit, I'd love a new car too, but if I'm paying out that much …I must admit, I'd love a new car too, but if I'm paying out that much month I doubt I'll go anywhere in it due to having zero funds left afterwards. What does this include?


Yeah that's a good sign you can't afford it.
I pay around 10% of my net salary for a cupra and I think that's the max I'd go.

If circumstances change, would you have the cash to pay off the early termination?
DSG will be shot after a few gp starts away from local fishing club
alexc10031/12/2019 08:55

Such a shame it’s the estate. Imagine taking an estate to a track day


I've seen a hearse on a track day. This won't be an issue.
m5rcc31/12/2019 09:08

I've seen a hearse on a track day. This won't be an issue.


But was it for pleasure or business?
kumpis2331/12/2019 09:00

Yeah that's a good sign you can't afford it. I pay around 10% of my net …Yeah that's a good sign you can't afford it. I pay around 10% of my net salary for a cupra and I think that's the max I'd go. If circumstances change, would you have the cash to pay off the early termination?


Nope. It would be a nice embarrassing mess. It baffles me: say, 30 or 40 years ago when job security was still relevant, bo one took anything on credit except maybe a T.V or a washing machine at Radio Rentals, yet here we are all maxed out on cards and loans and the way the government solves the fact that theres no economy anymore is by getting people to LEASE a car? Environmental concerns are at the highest, but the steamroller of stupidity and money, money first carrys on.
m5rcc31/12/2019 09:10

Both!


Ideal, get to do a track day for free.
bobbitchin31/12/2019 09:09

Nope. It would be a nice embarrassing mess. It baffles me: say, 30 or 40 …Nope. It would be a nice embarrassing mess. It baffles me: say, 30 or 40 years ago when job security was still relevant, bo one took anything on credit except maybe a T.V or a washing machine at Radio Rentals, yet here we are all maxed out on cards and loans and the way the government solves the fact that theres no economy anymore is by getting people to LEASE a car? Environmental concerns are at the highest, but the steamroller of stupidity and money, money first carrys on.


I don't think the government deliberately gets people to lease a car, it's just one of a range of legal options people have at their disposal. Car finance isn't anything new. But I avoid debt myself through choice, in fact I've found that having saved enough to buy in cash - I actually don't feel any need to get rid of my old one! Nothing wrong with leases though, I've had in the past and would again - if it's a good deal.
alexc10031/12/2019 08:55

Such a shame it’s the estate. Imagine taking an estate to a track day


How many people take their leased cars to track days? Is that even allowed in the agreement?!
alexc10031/12/2019 08:55

Such a shame it’s the estate. Imagine taking an estate to a track day


300 stallions itching to go!!!
Not a bad deal especially if happy with the free white colour. I would highly recommend this car it has everything you could possibly need and is a great allrounder. If its in your budget and you have the funds go for it.

Pretty sure track days aren’t allowed in the agreement
What’s the point in having a car like this for only 5000 miles
Make sure you use a good insurance company or get gap insurance. I'm convinced someone at VW leasing is selling on lease details.
coolcolin31/12/2019 09:44

What’s the point in having a car like this for only 5000 miles


No point. Get the 10k mile deal
ahenners31/12/2019 09:19

How many people take their leased cars to track days? Is that even allowed …How many people take their leased cars to track days? Is that even allowed in the agreement?!


No, and people are out of their tree if they do it IMHO as it is still a £30,000+ car which is uninsured unless you take out track day insurance which is many £££'s.

There are much better ways to do track days and frankly, more fun cars to do it in as well. The R is a point to point weapon, but fun it is not.

I would be seriously considering this deal if it was the hatch, but the estate is a hard pass.
Edited by: "KingBurger" 31st Dec 2019
Might be worthwhile hiring a 24 hour security guard to look after it too.
6 months left on mine. Is this a factory order?

I guess also bearing in mind that the mk8 R is out later in 2020
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 31st Dec 2019
ahenners31/12/2019 09:19

How many people take their leased cars to track days? Is that even allowed …How many people take their leased cars to track days? Is that even allowed in the agreement?!


Why else would you buy a 300hp car? I’ve got an M2 and it’s been to the Nurburgring and Goodwood. If I didn’t do track days I wouldnt have need for such a car. If you’re not going to track it just buy a standard Gold and save £s
Edited by: "alexc100" 31st Dec 2019
bobbitchin31/12/2019 09:09

Nope. It would be a nice embarrassing mess. It baffles me: say, 30 or 40 …Nope. It would be a nice embarrassing mess. It baffles me: say, 30 or 40 years ago when job security was still relevant, bo one took anything on credit except maybe a T.V or a washing machine at Radio Rentals, yet here we are all maxed out on cards and loans and the way the government solves the fact that theres no economy anymore is by getting people to LEASE a car? Environmental concerns are at the highest, but the steamroller of stupidity and money, money first carrys on.


Interest only mortgages were rife back then with iffy endowments. At least there's financial regulations nowadays to reduce the amount of people being taken advantage of.
alexc10031/12/2019 09:52

Why else would you buy a 300hp car? I’ve got an M2 and it’s been to the Nur …Why else would you buy a 300hp car? I’ve got an M2 and it’s been to the Nurburgring and Goodwood. If I didn’t do track days I wouldnt have need for such a car. If you’re not going to track it just buy a standard Gold and save £s


Track days are rubbish. Club racing is infinitely more fun, you can even overtake on bends and don't have to keep stopping whilst they recover a hero in his battered MX5 from a tyre wall.
alexc10031/12/2019 08:55

Such a shame it’s the estate. Imagine taking an estate to a track day


Perfect for rocking up with a boot full of lightweight wheels and slicks.

Having an SUV or MPV is far more embarrassing than a fast estate.
ashmac31/12/2019 08:35

Was a car or new kitchen Kitchen comes in 2 weeks


Good investment. Unlike the car.
alexc10031/12/2019 09:52

Why else would you buy a 300hp car? I’ve got an M2 and it’s been to the Nur …Why else would you buy a 300hp car? I’ve got an M2 and it’s been to the Nurburgring and Goodwood. If I didn’t do track days I wouldnt have need for such a car. If you’re not going to track it just buy a standard Gold and save £s


I think some people buy cars like these just because they like the feeling of pulling away from traffic lights more quickly than others, and accelerating down a motorway slip road up to 80mph really quickly. It's their choice to do so, and as long as they are safe it's not a problem. I suspect that these people might not enjoy a track day quite as much, as the other drivers wouldnt be in a Mondeo with their families.
KingBurger31/12/2019 09:57

Track days are rubbish. Club racing is infinitely more fun, you can even …Track days are rubbish. Club racing is infinitely more fun, you can even overtake on bends and don't have to keep stopping whilst they recover a hero in his battered MX5 from a tyre wall.


“Track days are rubbish”

I take it you’ve never driven the Nurburgring or Bedford auto drome in a Jaguar Palmer Le Mans on Jonathan Palmer day? Infinitely better than driving an MX5 anywhere in my opinion
M_z31/12/2019 10:02

I think some people buy cars like these just because they like the feeling …I think some people buy cars like these just because they like the feeling of pulling away from traffic lights more quickly than others, and accelerating down a motorway slip road up to 80mph really quickly. It's their choice to do so, and as long as they are safe it's not a problem. I suspect that these people might not enjoy a track day quite as much, as the other drivers wouldnt be in a Mondeo with their families.


Or the really stupid ones drive like this

alexc10031/12/2019 09:52

Why else would you buy a 300hp car? I’ve got an M2 and it’s been to the Nur …Why else would you buy a 300hp car? I’ve got an M2 and it’s been to the Nurburgring and Goodwood. If I didn’t do track days I wouldnt have need for such a car. If you’re not going to track it just buy a standard Gold and save £s


You wouldn't have a "need" for such a car, but if you could afford it would you still want it? I'd much rather drive around in an M2 than a 218i. Even nipping to Tesco the two offer a very noticeably different experience.

A Golf R still offers plenty over a 1.0 TSI Golf with a third of the power even on public roads and there are plenty of roads near me where I could safely and legally use the extra power and enjoy it. Do I "need" 300ps? Do I hell. Do I like faster, enjoyable cars over slower, boring ones, hell yes.
Dwh861131/12/2019 09:45

No point. Get the 10k mile deal


Why if one may not need 10,000 miles/year?
m5rcc31/12/2019 10:11

Why if one may not need 10,000 miles/year?


I was just showing different mileages are available
johnandyson31/12/2019 10:05

Or the really stupid ones drive like this[Video]


I'd like to think only a teenager in a stolen car would drive that stupidly.
johnandyson31/12/2019 10:00

Perfect for rocking up with a boot full of lightweight wheels and …Perfect for rocking up with a boot full of lightweight wheels and slicks.Having an SUV or MPV is far more embarrassing than a fast estate.


SVR? SRT? List goes on
m5rcc31/12/2019 10:15

I understand that, but let us not forget that that the average miles …I understand that, but let us not forget that that the average miles driven by UK motorists each year is just over 7,000 miles.


True. But you may want to do more in this car as it really is that good.
Dwh861131/12/2019 10:17

True. But you may want to do more in this car as it really is that good. …True. But you may want to do more in this car as it really is that good.


I know - I leased the hatchback some years ago.
Almost a perfect vehicle to lease, £30k plus to buy, will depreciate quite heavily especially in the first few years, not the type of vehicle you want to buy secondhand and something to have fun with and hand back once the fun factor evaporates and your fuel bill sky rockets.

Another problem with these high fuel performance vehicles the government could introduce legislation at any time and tax heavy / ban from cities etc, you don't want to be stuck with one then just like diesel gate.
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