Volkswagen Polo Hatchback 1.4 TSI ACT BlueGT - All car leasing - £115.85 PM plus £695.1 initial 6 months - 24 Month Lease = £3599.64
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Volkswagen Polo Hatchback 1.4 TSI ACT BlueGT - All car leasing - £115.85 PM plus £695.1 initial 6 months - 24 Month Lease = £3599.64

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Found 17th Sep 2015
Very good deal on a new VW Polo 1.4 TSI

Personal deal with 6 months initial + fee works out to £3,599.64

1.4 TSI engine - Quick in a little car and also very good for economy

Link;
allcarleasing.co.uk/car…5dr
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Around a fiver a day. Not bad at all.
Edited by: "topss" 17th Sep 2015
That only gets you 5k miles. It costs £134.68 for 10k
This could get quite hot.
Brilliant car, brilliant deal. Hot from me.
1.4 TSI has plenty power and torque for this car, nice!
is that with servicing?
So what are the cons of leasing other than having to give the car back at the end of it?
If you want cheap go for a Fiat panda. Around £2500 over 2 years and 10k miles pa.
The price when you follow the link are very different
SpytheBeast

The price when you follow the link are very different



Sorry, all the sliders reset
macphist0

So what are the cons of leasing other than having to give the car back at … So what are the cons of leasing other than having to give the car back at the end of it?


You have to pay for any damage or unfair wear and tear
Great engine!
nathan3007

You have to pay for any damage or unfair wear and tear



So no Simcading round town
crazymonkey

So no Simcading round town


or doughnuts in supermarket carparks
cool deal
This has to be the best lease deal since the 208gti. I'm very tempted!! The engine looks perfect and it's a VW.
dvdphile

This has to be the best lease deal since the 208gti. I'm very tempted!! … This has to be the best lease deal since the 208gti. I'm very tempted!! The engine looks perfect and it's a VW.



​yup might be getting the Mrs one !
I would of sooner had this than the fiesta I got!
This is blumming nice!

Currently have an st170.

10k per annum, wonder out of the £130ish monthly repayment id get back on running costs?
Edited by: "willij5" 17th Sep 2015
I have a question for veteran Leasers, is paying the additional for Gap Insurance with the lease a no brainer?

For a 2 year lease like this, most insurers cover 1 year's gap. So is it possible then to buy 1 year's gap cover for the remaining year when it comes to renewing the insurance?

New to Leasing, appreciate any and all advice.
Amazing car same size as golf few years ago engine is smooth as - 16k car
willij5

This is blumming nice!Currently have an st170.10k per annum, wonder out … This is blumming nice!Currently have an st170.10k per annum, wonder out of the £130ish monthly repayment id get back on running costs?


Well road tax for one before you count fuel,mot and repairs. Makes financial sense to me
Ta OP. Voted hot.
What's this "initial rental" period about? Can someone explain that slider?
Great deal. Heat added
insomniak123

What's this "initial rental" period about? Can someone explain that … What's this "initial rental" period about? Can someone explain that slider?



It's just how much you pay up front. In this case it's £695.10 = six months payments at £115.85
Good little find
How does getting insured work on lease cars? Do you do it the same way you would for your own car?
HereIsNoWhy

It's just how much you pay up front. In this case it's £695.10 = six … It's just how much you pay up front. In this case it's £695.10 = six months payments at £115.85



Ah OK thanks, so its just a different way of wording a initial deposit?
leelukehope

How does getting insured work on lease cars? Do you do it the same way … How does getting insured work on lease cars? Do you do it the same way you would for your own car?


Yeah, just you'll be the registered keeper but not owner, thats all you have to tell the insurance
So has anyone actually gone for this nlease? Wondering if its a misprice as the 1.2 TSI SE is more expensive per month.
nathan3007

Yeah, just you'll be the registered keeper but not owner, thats all you … Yeah, just you'll be the registered keeper but not owner, thats all you have to tell the insurance



cheers mate, do you know if it makes insurance more expensive or cheaper?
leelukehope

cheers mate, do you know if it makes insurance more expensive or cheaper?



​with mine, I think it makes no difference so I'm assuming it's the same for any lease car
waby1234

So has anyone actually gone for this nlease? Wondering if its a misprice … So has anyone actually gone for this nlease? Wondering if its a misprice as the 1.2 TSI SE is more expensive per month.


Happens quite often when deals on cars drop price and sometimes they are alot cheaper than some of the basic specs.
Mannystk

Happens quite often when deals on cars drop price and sometimes they are … Happens quite often when deals on cars drop price and sometimes they are alot cheaper than some of the basic specs.



Oh I'm sure it does - just wondered if anyone had actually placed an order at this price and had it confirmed?
nathan3007

Yeah, just you'll be the registered keeper but not owner, thats all you … Yeah, just you'll be the registered keeper but not owner, thats all you have to tell the insurance



For our corsa lease we are neither the registered keeper or owner.
New to leasing. Can joe public get this deal? Iam not in a business or in receipt of business mileage?
coupedummy

For our corsa lease we are neither the registered keeper or owner.



to be legally covered by your insurance you need to be the registered keeper, as you are the registered keeper...
what is the point of getting 5k deal, you people drive only to get groceries? for 4000£ just get used small car
Just phoned them and only blue left, so that takes the overall price up by £450, which will be about £15 a month more on the 6+23 deal and another £90 on the deposit unfortunately.
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