Volkswagen GTi 2 Year Contract Hire / Lease Deal only a total £6323.62 advertised at £191 a month @ Horizon vehicle leasing
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Volkswagen GTi 2 Year Contract Hire / Lease Deal only a total £6323.62 advertised at £191 a month @ Horizon vehicle leasing

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Found 3rd Apr 2017
Now this looks a very good deal to me if you want this type of car on lease..... Volkswagen GTi 2 Year Contract Hire / Lease Deal only a total £6323.62 advertised at £191 a month price is with 20,000 miles over the 2 years.

Advertised price is
Initial Payment of £1727.89 inc VAT
23 x £191..99 inc VAT
Processing Fee of £180 inc VAT
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the 1 thing that lets it down in the standard seats
That's a tremendous deal! How is this cold?!?!
There's a really good deal for a VW Sirocco as well for about the same money which I'll not bother posting to be honest.
Toybhoy

That's a tremendous deal! How is this cold?!?!



Everybody spent their money on horrid watches! X)
If it's good enough for Clarkson.

It's his daily drive
Edited by: "jarjarmustdie" 3rd Apr 2017
230bhp and front wheel drive .... I'm out

Not great performance figures either and real world acceleration much slower with the above 'issue' coming into play.
My previous car , a VW Passat 2.0 TFsi with Ecu upgrade was 250bhp but fwd was its biggest flaw when looking for a speedy start.

STILL , This does seem a great price so voting HOT based on the 'Deal' offered
Edited by: "rooney10" 3rd Apr 2017
I have a Mk7 Golf GTI, some of the comments above really do make me laugh, utter nonsense about front wheel drive and the power. Get in one, drive it and you'll see why the only replacement for a GTI is another GTI. Never had any front wheelspin issues. The ability to point and accelerate is brilliant, so I am not too sure what 'real word issues' you are talking about? Add into the equation the phenomenal DSG, and the 'limo' type ride with active damping, I guess the stunning and effortless acceleration in 'Sport Mode' from a standing start is just my imagination!
For those interested/knowledgeable about leasing I think we can all agree this is a good deal. Only negative or advice for those interested is if u shop around you can get it cheaper on some other sites, nationalvehichlesolutuons as one example. Also, some vw dealers are price matching and without admin fees.

Either way, be quick if you want this, it probably won't last long.
Around 263 a month overall for a GTI with 10k per year not bad. ..
Get one, you'll like it I promise. Had my mk7 5 months still makes me smile locking up and walking off.
I want this but the petrol will kill me
cyclops

I want this but the petrol will kill me



The quoted fuel consumption is 44.1 mpg. If you take 20% off that, due to you being unlikely to drive it as economically as they do for their tests, you'll get 35 mpg.

Over 20,000 miles for the 2 years, that works out at 571 gallon or 2598 litres of fuel. At £1.15 per litre, that'd be £2,987.

If £124 per month in fuel is considered a killer, a new car is probably a bad idea - regardless of whether it's through leasing or buying.

When doing the low mileage that's usually required for a lease to be good value, fuel costs should usually be the least of your concerns. The depreciation incurred when buying or the overall cost of the lease is usually the higher cost - and by a long way.
Edited by: "marathonic" 4th Apr 2017
marathonic

The quoted fuel consumption is 44.1 mpg. If you take 20% off that, due to … The quoted fuel consumption is 44.1 mpg. If you take 20% off that, due to you being unlikely to drive it as economically as they do for their tests, you'll get 35 mpg.Over 20,000 miles for the 2 years, that works out at 571 gallon or 2598 litres of fuel. At £1.15 per litre, that'd be £2,987.If £124 per month in fuel is considered a killer, a new car is probably a bad idea - regardless of whether it's through leasing or buying.When doing the low mileage that's usually required for a lease to be good value, fuel costs should usually be the least of your concerns. The depreciation incurred when buying or the overall cost of the lease is usually the higher cost - and by a long way.



Good post.
Tunner

I have a Mk7 Golf GTI, some of the comments above really do make me … I have a Mk7 Golf GTI, some of the comments above really do make me laugh, utter nonsense about front wheel drive and the power. Get in one, drive it and you'll see why the only replacement for a GTI is another GTI. Never had any front wheelspin issues. The ability to point and accelerate is brilliant, so I am not too sure what 'real word issues' you are talking about? Add into the equation the phenomenal DSG, and the 'limo' type ride with active damping, I guess the stunning and effortless acceleration in 'Sport Mode' from a standing start is just my imagination!



I stand corrected , my info was taken from the review I read regarding the Golf GTi club40 edition which produces 286bhp, not the standard GTi .
https://www.driving.co.uk/car-reviews/clarkson/clarkson-review-2016-volkswagen-golf-gti-clubsport-edition-40/

Performance figures quoted for the standard Gti remain unimpressive but I guess this is subjective .

250 bhp on a 2006 Passat Fwd that I owned for around 5 years was based on experience and was a total fail from a standing start but the extra bhp was well catered for once you got out of second gear , surprised many a boy racer in my Passat estate
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