Volvo S60 T4 (190 BHP) SE NAV £225 p/m NO DEPOSIT Car Lease @ Mad Sheep Leasing
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Volvo S60 T4 (190 BHP) SE NAV £225 p/m NO DEPOSIT Car Lease @ Mad Sheep Leasing

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Found 6th JanEdited by:"DSantini"
Saw the S90 deal go hot earlier this week, I had my Arteon from here.

Received a mailer for this S60 from them yesterday, one of my friends has ordered on my recommendation with a larger initial rental. He said they have all metallic colours available for quick delivery.

£3908 over the term with the larger up front payment at £106.39 per month and 8000 miles. £4117 and £118.67 per month with 10,000 miles.

"Standard Spec includes:
Sat Nav, 17" Alloys, Bluetooth Handsfree, DAB Radio, Park Assist, 7" Colour Display Screen, Power Folding Door Mirrors,
Leather Upholstery, Cruise Control and more!"

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Your pricing is also incorrect:

On the "no deposit" deals:

8,000 miles: ((1+17) x £225.17) + £360 = £4,413.06 or £245.17/net/mth

10,000 miles: ((1+17) x £236.71) + £360 = £4,620.78 or £256.71/net/mth

On the deposit deals:

8,000 miles: £2,100 + (17 x £106.36) + £360 = £4,268.63 or £237.15/net/mth

10,000 miles: £2,100 + (17 x £118.67) + £360 = £4,477.39 or £248.74/net/mth
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Seems a great price
It says £2100 initial rental?
GDuncanT2 m ago

It says £2100 initial rental?



That's for the lower monthly. Works out slightly cheaper with the £2100 initial rental but the £225 with no deposit is available too.
Great car: most comfortable seats ever. However the turning circle was huge. I had to go forward and then reverse a number of times to get out of Heathrow car park. Drivers behind thought I was an idiot. Good price if you can tolerate the turning circle. Mind you this might have been sorted by now: be sure to check it on a test drive.
DSantini post reads like an advert. Maybe he works for the lease company?
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Hot cos it's not usual VAG rubbish!
eightace4 m ago

DSantini post reads like an advert. Maybe he works for the lease company?



eightace4 m ago

DSantini post reads like an advert. Maybe he works for the lease company?


Nope.
Not a bad deal at all
Good deal, heat added

They are quite dated now, they have been out a long time and the replacement is due later this year, hence I imagine they are looking to get rid of stock
I’ve seen this deal on a couple of websites. If you search on contract hire and leasing, you should be able to find the others.
Anyone know the price for 20k miles?
Your pricing is also incorrect:

On the "no deposit" deals:

8,000 miles: ((1+17) x £225.17) + £360 = £4,413.06 or £245.17/net/mth

10,000 miles: ((1+17) x £236.71) + £360 = £4,620.78 or £256.71/net/mth

On the deposit deals:

8,000 miles: £2,100 + (17 x £106.36) + £360 = £4,268.63 or £237.15/net/mth

10,000 miles: £2,100 + (17 x £118.67) + £360 = £4,477.39 or £248.74/net/mth
Hows your Arteon OP? did you get the high end one?
rand0m19 m ago

Hows your Arteon OP? did you get the high end one?


Yeah I went for the R Line offer from before Christmas but added metallic paint (Tumeric Yellow) which took it to £246 a month. Tons of room inside, even when full of adults.
Cracking price.
I need an auto so not for me.
Chris06093 h, 44 m ago

Great car: most comfortable seats ever. However the turning circle was …Great car: most comfortable seats ever. However the turning circle was huge. I had to go forward and then reverse a number of times to get out of Heathrow car park. Drivers behind thought I was an idiot. Good price if you can tolerate the turning circle. Mind you this might have been sorted by now: be sure to check it on a test drive.

I owned this car for nearly 5 years... never had any problems with its turning circle!

As others have said, the seats are amazing (I spent 8+ hours driving from one end of the country to another on several occasions) but interior and infotainment is a bit dated now. Perfectly fine if you don't need the latest Android Auto / Apple Carplay etc. though.
how big are these cars are they Mondeo size?
looking for a new lease deal when my astra comes to an end in april and would like something bigger but don't want to break the bank.
david106661 h, 42 m ago

how big are these cars are they Mondeo size?looking for a new lease deal …how big are these cars are they Mondeo size?looking for a new lease deal when my astra comes to an end in april and would like something bigger but don't want to break the bank.


It isn't as big as a Mondeo. It's Audi A4 size-ish, so will be a bit bigger than an Astra. However it's a saloon so won't be as practical for carrying large loads as a hatch or estate.
I think it has the same platform as the Mondeo that they nicked from Volvo when they owned them , I'm not that up on Fords or Volvos so I may be wrong .
david106663 h, 21 m ago

how big are these cars are they Mondeo size?looking for a new lease deal …how big are these cars are they Mondeo size?looking for a new lease deal when my astra comes to an end in april and would like something bigger but don't want to break the bank.



Volvo S60
Vehicle Dimensions
Height 1484 mm
Length 4635 mm
Wheelbase 2776 mm
Width 1899 mm
Width (including mirrors) 2097 mm

Ford Mondeo
Vehicle Dimensions
Height 1482 mm
Length 4871 mm
Wheelbase 2850 mm
Width 1852 mm
Width (including mirrors) 2121 mm
Why don’t you just buy a used Corsa? You can get one for £300+. I’ve got a 2005 Corsa that still runs like a breeze! Best cars tbh
iBuyWhatIWant52 m ago

Why don’t you just buy a used Corsa? You can get one for £300+. I’ve got a …Why don’t you just buy a used Corsa? You can get one for £300+. I’ve got a 2005 Corsa that still runs like a breeze! Best cars tbh


The Vauxhall corsa, through every generation, has persisted at being one of the worst small cars.
From the BBC yesterday:


The top selling brand last month was the Mini, but over the year, the biggest seller was the Vauxhall Corsa, with 8,300 registrations during 2017, with the Ford Fiesta after that, on 6,800
admirable3 h, 2 m ago

From the BBC yesterday:The top selling brand last month was the Mini, but …From the BBC yesterday:The top selling brand last month was the Mini, but over the year, the biggest seller was the Vauxhall Corsa, with 8,300 registrations during 2017, with the Ford Fiesta after that, on 6,800


Doesn't make it a good car. It's an average, cheap small car at best.
Chris06096th Jan

Great car: most comfortable seats ever. However the turning circle was …Great car: most comfortable seats ever. However the turning circle was huge. I had to go forward and then reverse a number of times to get out of Heathrow car park. Drivers behind thought I was an idiot. Good price if you can tolerate the turning circle. Mind you this might have been sorted by now: be sure to check it on a test drive.


Very astute those drivers.
Don't buy the petrol as it drinks to no end, I have the diesel R design auto and it averages 42mpg in town and 65mpg on the motorway. I normally get 650-750 miles to a tank. Could not recommend the car higher but would never entertain a manual gearbox
iBuyWhatIWant6th Jan

Why don’t you just buy a used Corsa? You can get one for £300+. I’ve got a …Why don’t you just buy a used Corsa? You can get one for £300+. I’ve got a 2005 Corsa that still runs like a breeze! Best cars tbh



I agree best car I have ever driven at the end of the day the comfort is second to none
admirable13 h, 46 m ago

From the BBC yesterday:The top selling brand last month was the Mini, but …From the BBC yesterday:The top selling brand last month was the Mini, but over the year, the biggest seller was the Vauxhall Corsa, with 8,300 registrations during 2017, with the Ford Fiesta after that, on 6,800


That was for Scotland - in England the Fiesta was the top selling car last year
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