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Volkswagen Scirocco Diesel Coupe 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech R Line 3dr DSG Personal 24 month Lease - Total deal £6261.84 @ Yes Lease
Volkswagen Scirocco Diesel Coupe 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech R Line 3dr DSG Personal 24 month Lease - Total deal £6261.84 @ Yes Lease

Volkswagen Scirocco Diesel Coupe 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech R Line 3dr DSG Personal 24 month Lease - Total deal £6261.84 @ Yes Lease

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Contract term:24 months
Rental profile:1 + 23
Annual mileage:8000
23 monthly rentals of:£248.41
Initial rental:£248.41
Processing fee:£300.00

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Won't be that price, it's based on a Urano grey no cost option colour, which they haven't got.
Add around £23 a month for a metallic, still not bad but sort of took the shine off a little for me.

Banned

expensive, cold deal

Original Poster

BrianSewell

expensive, cold deal


Can you show me cheaper for exact post?

please, bickering is what puts people off of listing deals

Great price fir the model

Am I reading this right ? Pay over £6200 for two years driving and the car is not yours at the end ?

ianjury

Am I reading this right ? Pay over £6200 for two years driving and the … Am I reading this right ? Pay over £6200 for two years driving and the car is not yours at the end ?


Plus a bill for any chips , dents and scratches .

ianjury

Am I reading this right ? Pay over £6200 for two years driving and the … Am I reading this right ? Pay over £6200 for two years driving and the car is not yours at the end ?


It's a rental. The car will never be yours.

ianjury

Am I reading this right ? Pay over £6200 for two years driving and the … Am I reading this right ? Pay over £6200 for two years driving and the car is not yours at the end ?


Yes.
Or, buy a new car outright on a loan because you can't afford to have the car in the first place, signup to interest (which is the worst creation of mankind ever) and pay more for the car than it was ever worth in the first place. But at least you have a smile on your face...you have something you really shouldn't.

Of course, if you have the cash, you can buy a car outright and not sign up to interest. But try selling it after two years and if you've lost LESS than £6261.84 in depreciation you're a clever man.

Or buy a second hand banger.

So many choices!

Sunni

Yes.Or, buy a new car outright on a loan because you can't afford to have … Yes.Or, buy a new car outright on a loan because you can't afford to have the car in the first place, signup to interest (which is the worst creation of mankind ever) and pay more for the car than it was ever worth in the first place. But at least you have a smile on your face...you have something you really shouldn't.Of course, if you have the cash, you can buy a car outright and not sign up to interest. But try selling it after two years and if you've lost LESS than £6261.84 in depreciation you're a clever man.Or buy a second hand banger.So many choices!



Just agreeing with you really
But £30k (the drivethedeal price for the same spec new car) on a 2 year loan costs £32k (Sainsbury's @ 6.7%, the rate for 30k) and has repayments of £1350ish a month?

Obviously, the longer you own said car, the more cost effective it becomes, even if you keep it ten years and it's worth a grand at the end of it, it's still deprecated at around £60 a week!

After 2 years you'll struggle to get £25k+ back out of a second hand "thirsty" Scirocco?

Never been brought up to rent anything, have always saved for it, which is great, but not necessarily the best option for a depreciating "asset"?

Just saying like

ianjury

Am I reading this right ? Pay over £6200 for two years driving and the … Am I reading this right ? Pay over £6200 for two years driving and the car is not yours at the end ?



Yes, do you know that you only rent drinks too?

defgimp

But £30k (the drivethedeal price for the same spec new car) on a 2 year … But £30k (the drivethedeal price for the same spec new car) on a 2 year loan costs £32k (Sainsbury's @ 6.7%, the rate for 30k) and has repayments of £1350ish a month?Obviously, the longer you own said car, the more cost effective it becomes, even if you keep it ten years and it's worth a grand at the end of it, it's still deprecated at around £60 a week!After 2 years you'll struggle to get £25k+ back out of a second hand "thirsty" Scirocco?Never been brought up to rent anything, have always saved for it, which is great, but not necessarily the best option for a depreciating "asset"?Just saying like



If you take that Sainsburys loan out, you will have fully paid off the car at 2 years old vs having paid off 2 years worth of interest + depreciation if you PCP -an unfair comparison.

If you want THIS car then you will lose less on this lease than depreciation on a retail car bought cash with a good level of discount (not the case for other cars). You'd be looking at about £20k trade-in or £21-22k private sale if you can stand the tyre kickers. As for "thirsty" - mpg is dependent on how you drive it, the length of your commute, how congested it is etc. But for context, I used to have a 170TDI Scirocco, and a 174TDI Golf GTD, and for me it was good for about 46mpg on an 8 mile commute, 52mpg on a 20 mile drive, and 59mpg sitting at 80 on the motorway on a long journey in the Summer. These diesels are a lot more frugal when they're warm than when they're cold - hence poor for short journeys from a mpg view. I used to love my 2009 140TDI and 2011 170TDI Sciroccos, but the car is a bit long in the tooth and desperate for an update on tech and chassis (the MQB chassis is a huge step up in ride and handling).

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