Volkswagen Polo Hatchback 1.8 TSI GTI 3dr DSG lease,  8k miles p/a, £209.99 P/M, no deposit, no fees, over 3 years £7559.64 @ Yes car leasing
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Volkswagen Polo Hatchback 1.8 TSI GTI 3dr DSG lease, 8k miles p/a, £209.99 P/M, no deposit, no fees, over 3 years £7559.64 @ Yes car leasing

£7,559.64Yes Lease Deals
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Found 21st Jun 2017
For those that don't have the money for an upfront deposit for a car, this is a fantastic deal for a fast car over a three year period. 0 to 62 in 6.7 seconds! Faster than the Audi A4 deal that's currently posted.

Engine size: 1.8 litre
Doors: 3
Body type: Hatchback
Fuel type: Petrol
Fuel delivery: Turbo
Transmission type: Automatic
Drivetrain: Front Wheel Drive
Number of Seats: 5
Insurance Group: 29E
CO2 Emissions: 129 g/km
Top Speed: 146 mph
Fuel Economy Combined: 50.4 mpg
Brake Horse Power: 192 bhp
0-62 mph: 6.7 secs

Finance details

Contract term: 36 months
Rental profile: 1 + 35
Annual mileage: 8000
35 monthly rentals of: £209.99
Initial rental: £209.99
Processing fee: £0.00
Finance doc fee: £0.00
Manufacturer RRP: £20835.00
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HUKLeaseDeals Currently then.
Adjust the title. It looks like £99pm
I'll be needing a second car in about 1-2 months.. how often do deals like this appear?
For anyone that isn't aware, there is an all new Polo model that will go on sale before the end of the year. This 1.8 is the last of the current generation.
Edited by: "Guzzle" 21st Jun 2017
Greyze

I'll be needing a second car in about 1-2 months.. how often do deals … I'll be needing a second car in about 1-2 months.. how often do deals like this appear?



well they appear most of the time but for different types of car. TBH you have the best deals when you need to order them and accept a 2-3 month delivery. If i were you i would be ordering now - just remember the 20-25% rule
Im currently mid way through my 208 GTI deal which was at £142 + 1499 upfront. Its a awesome car but my son will be 17 when i need my next one so don't quite think it will be suitable.
Avoid these, seen advertised for less and the new Polo has just been announced. No point getting stuck in an old junker for 3 years.
Mr.No6 m ago

Avoid these, seen advertised for less and the new Polo has just been …Avoid these, seen advertised for less and the new Polo has just been announced. No point getting stuck in an old junker for 3 years.


a) please let us know where they are cheaper
b) please explain why there is 'no point getting stuck in an old junker for 3 years'
c) please explain why this should be regarded as an old junker
tighty

well they appear most of the time but for different types of car. TBH you … well they appear most of the time but for different types of car. TBH you have the best deals when you need to order them and accept a 2-3 month delivery. If i were you i would be ordering now - just remember the 20-25% rule



​What's the 20-25% rule?
Whether the cost of the lease is under 25% of the RRP, but I don't see how that works on a 3 yr deal as opposed to a 2 year deal.

£7,559/£20,835=36%
£7,559/3x2 / £20,835 = 24% I think this is the compare you are supposed to make (i.e. using a 2 year equivalent), otherwise no 3 or 4 year deal would ever meet this 25% magical desired equation.

So 25% is good, not great, but good.

As a compare, the 2x Audi A4 deals posted recently come out at about 22%, and actually about the same monthly cost (albeit with some pretty large upfront costs)
yeah 25% rule only applies over a 24 month term, although I usually go off a £2500 per annum rule, anything under that and it's a goer for me. Currently have a Fiesta 1.0 Ecoboost Zetec (9+35) @ £126/month and a Kia Sportage 1.7CRDI (9+23) @ £142/month both with YesLease, so that's £5844 over 3 years for the Fiesta and £4794 over 2 years for the Sportage.

percentage wise that's 38% for the Fiesta and 24% for the Sportage, not bad imho.
tighty

Im currently mid way through my 208 GTI deal which was at £142 + 1499 … Im currently mid way through my 208 GTI deal which was at £142 + 1499 upfront. Its a awesome car but my son will be 17 when i need my next one so don't quite think it will be suitable.



Spoilsport.
thelatics

Whether the cost of the lease is under 25% of the RRP, but I don't see … Whether the cost of the lease is under 25% of the RRP, but I don't see how that works on a 3 yr deal as opposed to a 2 year deal.£7,559/£20,835=36%£7,559/3x2 / £20,835 = 24% I think this is the compare you are supposed to make (i.e. using a 2 year equivalent), otherwise no 3 or 4 year deal would ever meet this 25% magical desired equation.So 25% is good, not great, but good.As a compare, the 2x Audi A4 deals posted recently come out at about 22%, and actually about the same monthly cost (albeit with some pretty large upfront costs)



My bad, i only ever take 2 year deals - at times in the 3rd year you need tyres etc and servicing costs can eat into your margins. Plus with the speed of development i prefer to keep upto date sooner.
yes I kind of wanted a 3-yr deal so that you aren't constantly ticking down the months to having to do it all over again, but you are right tyres, brakes and wipers will all probably need doing in yr3
Called them twice, both times was promised a call back on the same day. E-mailed and requested the quote on their website.
Heard nothing back for 10 days now. Would not recommend based on my experience.
Oh really?
I emailed them and a girl called Jessica has been replying to me within 30minutes of every email.

Has anyone one here gone ahead with this deal?
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