Volkswagon e-Golf - 24 Month Lease with 10k mls/yr at £270 p/mth (plus deposit £1620 and £300 admin) @ Stable Leasing - Total Cost £8,400
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Volkswagon e-Golf - 24 Month Lease with 10k mls/yr at £270 p/mth (plus deposit £1620 and £300 admin) @ Stable Leasing - Total Cost £8,400

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Posted 11th SepEdited by:"g-diddy"
I've not really looked much in to the leasing market for cars, but saw this deal and got my attention...

Not sure how this stacks up against other cars, but thought considering the car is £30k plus to buy and you can have the car for two years and only pay 28% of the upfront value, thought this seemed reasonable.

It also appears leasing a similar sized petrol car from a German manufacturer would cost around the same and the petrol costs would be a lot higher than electric.

I have just randomly posted the two year lease deal and based on 10k miles , but the website allows you to customise the deal, with lower or higher deposits, different lease lengths and mileage.

Other Examples
4yrs lease with 10k mileage.
£257 per month, £1542 deposit (6 months) and £300 admin fee. Totalling £14178.

3yrs lease with 10k mileage
£288 per month, £864 deposit (3 months) and £300 admin fee. Totalling £11,532.
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I don’t understand why the wheels look so disgusting
Without doing the math or proper comparison... How does this compare to... This
Edited by: "nutterburger" 11th Sep
Cold, 3 x 23 @ 271 direct from VW doncaster heyseldon with 0 fee for 10k miles p.a
Michaelgell9111/09/2019 21:59

Cold, 3 x 23 @ 271 direct from VW doncaster heyseldon with 0 fee for 10k …Cold, 3 x 23 @ 271 direct from VW doncaster heyseldon with 0 fee for 10k miles p.a


Link please?
Because they are "spinning"? :O
Dumping
Which is good for lessors?
nothingmuch11/09/2019 21:48

I don’t understand why the wheels look so disgusting


38444930.jpgIt'll be the whole aero thing to make it smoother they do look cack... I'll pass on a Yorkshire Golf
Edited by: "DaveG46" 11th Sep
Would much prefer one of VW's 'vapourware' car models with the 340 mile range they've been advertising on TV lately.
89quidyoucantgowrong11/09/2019 23:48

Would much prefer one of VW's 'vapourware' car models with the 340 mile …Would much prefer one of VW's 'vapourware' car models with the 340 mile range they've been advertising on TV lately.


Which is why the eGolf just got a price drop & therefore the lease cost has come down also. I imagine we won’t see cheap lease deals on the id3
Why would anyone want an electric car if you do upto 10000 miles a year.
bhqmaster12/09/2019 11:08

Why would anyone want an electric car if you do upto 10000 miles a year.


City life, doing 40miles a day
jhsmith8712/09/2019 10:32

Which is why the eGolf just got a price drop & therefore the lease cost …Which is why the eGolf just got a price drop & therefore the lease cost has come down also. I imagine we won’t see cheap lease deals on the id3



The point I was making is that I find it strange VW are advertising vehicles which don't actually exist.
Arcciss_12/09/2019 11:12

City life, doing 40miles a day


Blimey! Which city do you manage to rack up 40 miles in by car, must be a quiet city there?
89quidyoucantgowrong12/09/2019 20:53

The point I was making is that I find it strange VW are advertising …The point I was making is that I find it strange VW are advertising vehicles which don't actually exist.


VW ID advertising: VW are trying to make sure they dominate the emerging electric car market at the expense of their competitors. This is not the same as wanting to expand the market and sell us all affordable and practical electric cars. From my recent experience of looking at buying an e-golf at several VW dealers, they did their utmost to NOT sell me an e-golf - "wouldn't you prefer this nice, cheaper diesel, sir ?". VW still want the majority of us to buy their petrol/diesel cars - why wouldn't they, they then make much more profit in the long run ?
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