Volvo S90 Diesel Saloon D4 Momentum - Car lease - 18 months - £5487.98 (8K Mileage) @ Applied Leasing
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Volvo S90 Diesel Saloon D4 Momentum - Car lease - 18 months - £5487.98 (8K Mileage) @ Applied Leasing

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Found 22nd Feb
Hi,

Seems to be a good price for car lease.

RRP = £34,465 (ref: volvocars.com/uk/…tum)

17 Payments of 197.23 = £3352.91
1 initial payment of £1775.07 = £1775.07
Processing Fees = £360

Total Price Inclusive of VAT = £5487.98
Annual Mileage is 8K which is reasonable for most of the people.

Considering the depreciation of the car, you would be paying about 15.9% of RRP of the car which is very good (100 * 5487.98/34465) = 15.9%
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bungla1 h, 45 m ago

Please explain the benefits of leasing?


- better fuel efficiency on newer cars
- manufacturer’s warranty often incl. breakdown
- fixed costs (perhaps a tyre change or oil change only)
- better safety ratings on newer cars
- smoother drive due to improved gearboxes, suspension and steering
- get to change regularly without having to sell
- no tying up large amounts of cash
- cars depreciate
- oh and it’s a new car

These are just from my experience. I’m sure others have a lot more to add. Google is helpful also.
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Not too bad a deal. I did get a quote from a Volvo dealer recently for not much more than this for the R Design model with 10k miles. I didn't go with it in the end but it is a pretty nice car although I think I prefer the look of the V90.
Rusty822 m ago

Not too bad a deal. I did get a quote from a Volvo dealer recently for not …Not too bad a deal. I did get a quote from a Volvo dealer recently for not much more than this for the R Design model with 10k miles. I didn't go with it in the end but it is a pretty nice car although I think I prefer the look of the V90.


Rusty, can you share what quote you got for R-Design? thanks mate
Shame it looks awful
A lot of money for 18 month lease and 8k miles/pa
Beautiful car. The interior would remind you of a tesla.
I purposely vote HOT on most lease deals now to balance out the negative votes by people I think vote that way because they don't understand the benefits of/reasons why people are...leasing. Or worse, they just don't like the brand.

This isn't a bad deal either.
Edited by: "Stiz2theMiz" 23rd Feb
Stiz2theMiz1 h, 39 m ago

I purposely vote HOT on most lease deals now to balance out the negative …I purposely vote HOT on most lease deals now to balance out the negative votes by people I think vote that way because they don't understand the benefits of/reasons why people are...leasing. Or worse, they just don't like the brand.This isn't a bad deal either.


Please explain the benefits of leasing?
telcoengr7 h, 10 m ago

Rusty, can you share what quote you got for R-Design? thanks mate


I was in Mill Volvo Sunderland last night for the XC40 launch and they had one livered up, £2k deposit and £199 a month for 18 months with 10k miles
bungla1 h, 45 m ago

Please explain the benefits of leasing?


- better fuel efficiency on newer cars
- manufacturer’s warranty often incl. breakdown
- fixed costs (perhaps a tyre change or oil change only)
- better safety ratings on newer cars
- smoother drive due to improved gearboxes, suspension and steering
- get to change regularly without having to sell
- no tying up large amounts of cash
- cars depreciate
- oh and it’s a new car

These are just from my experience. I’m sure others have a lot more to add. Google is helpful also.
That's a good price, but what a faff changing car again after just 18 months. Take into account delivery times and you'll be looking for a new one in a year?
KentishLad8 m ago

That's a good price, but what a faff changing car again after just 18 …That's a good price, but what a faff changing car again after just 18 months. Take into account delivery times and you'll be looking for a new one in a year?


Probably have to start looking again after 12-14 months. I wouldn't bother with an 18 month lease personally unless it was seriously cheap which this isn't.
Wow cheap as
telcoengr9 h, 9 m ago

Rusty, can you share what quote you got for R-Design? thanks mate


It was a 24 month deal. £319 initial then £319 x 23 for 10k miles, I think it was 7.9p excess mileage and you don't get a processing fee with the dealer. I had been in contact with the dealer over several months, back and forth to get to that point. It may just have been because of what they had sitting at the time but I couldn't beat that anywhere for an R Design. It also included metallic paint and possibly the winter pack. I actually may still be interested in the deal, I am currently trying to get a BMW 335d in the same ball park, which isn't too much more than the price of an R Design S90, but so far I've got nowhere near the ball park, not even in the same city!
LeaseHub are doing the same term for slightly less with a cheaper admin fee. Even TFS with their sky high admin fee is cheaper.
Rusty8249 m ago

It was a 24 month deal. £319 initial then £319 x 23 for 10k miles, I think …It was a 24 month deal. £319 initial then £319 x 23 for 10k miles, I think it was 7.9p excess mileage and you don't get a processing fee with the dealer. I had been in contact with the dealer over several months, back and forth to get to that point. It may just have been because of what they had sitting at the time but I couldn't beat that anywhere for an R Design. It also included metallic paint and possibly the winter pack. I actually may still be interested in the deal, I am currently trying to get a BMW 335d in the same ball park, which isn't too much more than the price of an R Design S90, but so far I've got nowhere near the ball park, not even in the same city!



Thanks Rusty, doesn't look too bad for R-design with winter pack & metallic paint included & 10k mileage.

Nice find , do you have the contact details of them please?
bungla3 h, 58 m ago

Please explain the benefits of leasing?


Please tell me you are joking
Rusty8255 m ago

It was a 24 month deal. £319 initial then £319 x 23 for 10k miles, I think …It was a 24 month deal. £319 initial then £319 x 23 for 10k miles, I think it was 7.9p excess mileage and you don't get a processing fee with the dealer. I had been in contact with the dealer over several months, back and forth to get to that point. It may just have been because of what they had sitting at the time but I couldn't beat that anywhere for an R Design. It also included metallic paint and possibly the winter pack. I actually may still be interested in the deal, I am currently trying to get a BMW 335d in the same ball park, which isn't too much more than the price of an R Design S90, but so far I've got nowhere near the ball park, not even in the same city!


Volvo have very competitive deals at the moment, I'm getting the new model XC60 automatic for an average £370 a month for an x3 with less kit it another £120 a month.
solsurf15 m ago

Volvo have very competitive deals at the moment, I'm getting the new model …Volvo have very competitive deals at the moment, I'm getting the new model XC60 automatic for an average £370 a month for an x3 with less kit it another £120 a month.


Not that hard to achieve. Many lease firms doing the same net price for an XC60 auto.
bungla4 h, 34 m ago

Please explain the benefits of leasing?


Its like renting a house.. you pay a deposit and then the rent each month. Where house prices tend to go up, cars tend to depreciate..
So where as a house is a long term high value commitment that will usually be worth more than you paid for it, a car is a short term lower value commitment that will usually depreciate.
donslibi3 h, 12 m ago

- better fuel efficiency on newer cars- manufacturer’s warranty often i …- better fuel efficiency on newer cars- manufacturer’s warranty often incl. breakdown- fixed costs (perhaps a tyre change or oil change only)- better safety ratings on newer cars- smoother drive due to improved gearboxes, suspension and steering- get to change regularly without having to sell- no tying up large amounts of cash- cars depreciate- oh and it’s a new carThese are just from my experience. I’m sure others have a lot more to add. Google is helpful also.


You forgot to mention always driving new stock models with barely any extras for a premium price...
Stiz2theMiz7 h, 9 m ago

I purposely vote HOT on most lease deals now to balance out the negative …I purposely vote HOT on most lease deals now to balance out the negative votes by people I think vote that way because they don't understand the benefits of/reasons why people are...leasing. Or worse, they just don't like the brand.This isn't a bad deal either.


Do you own it at the end?
HHUKD1 m ago

Do you own it at the end?

Do you own every hot deal here? or at least the one you voted for ?
HHUKD50 m ago

Do you own it at the end?


You ought to know - the only 'deal' you ever posted was a lease.
Probably wiser to lease a D4,
Volvo have , after several attempts, solved the Euro 6 EGR cooler problems ,but as this is a relatively new diesel engine time will tell whether it's as good as the old tried and tested D5/D3 five cylinder workhorses it replaced.
Edited by: "hullu" 23rd Feb
hullu34 m ago

Probably wiser to lease a D4, Volvo have , after several attempts, solved …Probably wiser to lease a D4, Volvo have , after several attempts, solved the Euro 6 EGR cooler problems ,but as this is a relatively new diesel engine time will tell whether it's as good as the old tried and tested D5/D3 five cylinder workhorses it replaced.


Its an 18month lease, where you're limited to 14k. It really doesn't matter how reliable the engine is.
KentishLad36 m ago

Its an 18month lease, where you're limited to 14k. It really doesn't …Its an 18month lease, where you're limited to 14k. It really doesn't matter how reliable the engine is.


The EGR clogging can put a car into limp mode, frequent short runs and even at that low mileage potential fun. Good to have the reassurance you can hand it back.
hullu1 h, 45 m ago

The EGR clogging can put a car into limp mode, frequent short runs and …The EGR clogging can put a car into limp mode, frequent short runs and even at that low mileage potential fun. Good to have the reassurance you can hand it back.


That's applicable to any modern diesel.
JasonThomas20146 h, 5 m ago

You forgot to mention always driving new stock models with barely any …You forgot to mention always driving new stock models with barely any extras for a premium price...


Must be joking. Take BMW for example, any stock model from 2015 onwards comes with sat nav as standard.
saw one the other day big car always had a soft spot for Volvos probably stems from when I was a child my dad had several
HHUKD7 h, 39 m ago

Do you own it at the end?


Economics 101. Buy things that Appreciate, lease things that depreciate.

Weird questjon to ask me...Do people who lease their flats own it at the end?

Like a car, people who rent either can't afford to buy or want/need to live in a better location for their lifestyle.

Don't vote cold because you don't have the neurons to understand leasing or why people lease.
bungla13 h, 21 m ago

Please explain the benefits of leasing?


Top line for this deal

The cost you pay for the 18 month term is less than you would lose if you brought it brand new.
Yes you need to have wanted to buy it brand new...and some people do.
You get a brand new car which will be covered if any faults.
You can pay monthly which if you don't have 9k to hand is also a benefit...
Yes 9k can buy a reasonable car which you own but you are stuck with it and it might have several costly faults. You have the headache of selling it on and people, like me, would rather have a reliable (and nicer brand) new car every 2 years.
It's my opinion and appreciate it doesn't suit all but you asked.
Stiz2theMiz1 h, 59 m ago

Economics 101. Buy things that Appreciate, lease things that depreciate. … Economics 101. Buy things that Appreciate, lease things that depreciate. Weird questjon to ask me...Do people who lease their flats own it at the end? Like a car, people who rent either can't afford to buy or want/need to live in a better location for their lifestyle. Don't vote cold because you don't have the neurons to understand leasing or why people lease.



There’s always one that bites!
pretty good deal, not brilliant. Got mine at £285 p/m amortised a few months ago.
Avallon1 h, 21 m ago

pretty good deal, not brilliant. Got mine at £285 p/m amortised a few …pretty good deal, not brilliant. Got mine at £285 p/m amortised a few months ago.


Thanks Avallon, where did you get your deal from? Also can you please confirm how much mileage you are getting and which model you have ? Thanks mate
donslibi23rd Feb

Must be joking. Take BMW for example, any stock model from 2015 onwards …Must be joking. Take BMW for example, any stock model from 2015 onwards comes with sat nav as standard.


mate its 2017 a tiny sat nav screen that comes as standart does not actually screem luxury nor is it a big extra since since all of em have a decent nav for an additional extra price which people who lease usually dont get since it coat extra... take an audi stabdart satnav is tiny and rubbish the large one that comes as an additional extra has google maps a 4g sim and you can get any location of any compaby or shop etc from google by voice which is really nice but you will nevwr get this with a lease unless you pay extra not will you get advanced cruise control etc etc etc
JasonThomas20147 h, 0 m ago

mate its 2017 a tiny sat nav screen that comes as standart does not …mate its 2017 a tiny sat nav screen that comes as standart does not actually screem luxury nor is it a big extra since since all of em have a decent nav for an additional extra price which people who lease usually dont get since it coat extra... take an audi stabdart satnav is tiny and rubbish the large one that comes as an additional extra has google maps a 4g sim and you can get any location of any compaby or shop etc from google by voice which is really nice but you will nevwr get this with a lease unless you pay extra not will you get advanced cruise control etc etc etc


The BMW sat nav has a large widescreen as standard. Sounds like Audi are still behind.
donslibi2 h, 54 m ago

The BMW sat nav has a large widescreen as standard. Sounds like Audi are …The BMW sat nav has a large widescreen as standard. Sounds like Audi are still behind.


no it doesnt your dreaming
JasonThomas201410 h, 3 m ago

mate its 2017 a tiny sat nav screen that comes as standart does not …mate its 2017 a tiny sat nav screen that comes as standart does not actually screem luxury nor is it a big extra since since all of em have a decent nav for an additional extra price which people who lease usually dont get since it coat extra... take an audi stabdart satnav is tiny and rubbish the large one that comes as an additional extra has google maps a 4g sim and you can get any location of any compaby or shop etc from google by voice which is really nice but you will nevwr get this with a lease unless you pay extra not will you get advanced cruise control etc etc etc


It's 2018.
JasonThomas201419 m ago

no it doesnt your dreaming


Check your facts. I have one.
I have been looking at these but couldn't find a vehicle that was in stock or about to be shipped AND was sub £400 a month (looking for 25k miles/year, 3 years).

Did find one but a horrid colour with high PPM if over the excess.

Anyway, even the base spec (Momentum) has a huge tech spec list - heated leather seats, semi autonomous driving, lane assist, LED headlights etc.
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