VOLVO S90 R-DESIGN Personal Lease **NO DEPOSIT** Limited stock - £320.41pm/18months (Term =£5767.38) @ MadSheep
483°Expired

VOLVO S90 R-DESIGN Personal Lease **NO DEPOSIT** Limited stock - £320.41pm/18months (Term =£5767.38) @ MadSheep

66
Found 3rd Jan
Volvo S90 2.0 D4 R-DESIGN 4dr Geartronic **NO DEPOSIT**

Business or Personal Contract Hire
Available from just£320.41 per monthinc VAT
10,000 miles per annum

Standard Spec includes:
Sat Nav, 18" Alloys, Bluetooth, DAB Radio, 12.3" Active TFT Display, Heated Front Seats, LED Headlights, Rear Park Assist, Cruise Control, Power Folding Door Mirrors and much more! Call 01270 875482.



I couldn't find it on their website. I received an email from them. The R design version starts at £42k so a lot for your money.
more info:: carmagazine.co.uk/car…ew/
Community Updates
18 month term
10,000 miles a year allowance
Total price is incorrect: should be ((1+17) x £320.41) + £360 = £6,127.38 or £340.41/net/mth.
Mad Sheep Leasing Deals

Groups

Top comments
Lots of blessing going on here.

Maybe we need to look at leasing one of these...

32981754-nD2t8.jpg
Edited by: "HHUKD" 3rd Jan
66 Comments
Hot.This posting is not complete without saying how many miles per year..could you pl add 10,000 miles/year?
Edited by: "kkthomask" 3rd Jan
Just 18 months. Worth mentioning this in the title.
kkthomask5 m ago

This deal posting is not complete without saying how many miles per …This deal posting is not complete without saying how many miles per year..could you pl add 10,000 miles/year?


Added, thanks.
Leasing a car is far more economical than buying one in today's climate with brexit going on.
Great value for a car of this spec. Heat!
Great looking car too.
32980285-CF45s.jpg
OTR price is actually £37600 and possible to get it for just over £30160...you've just got to work out if it will be worth more or less than £24,500 in 18 months?
twinkle9 m ago

OTR price is actually £37600 and possible to get it for just over …OTR price is actually £37600 and possible to get it for just over £30160...you've just got to work out if it will be worth more or less than £24,500 in 18 months?


Less ...what then .
Edited by: "7day" 3rd Jan
If less, then it's a good deal as it's cheaper than depreciation, no road tax to pay, and you don't need the capital (which, even if you did have it available to use to buy it outright, could be invested elsewhere for a small return to offset the cost here even further). Great deal.
That's a really good deal, shame I'm 3 years into a 5-year finance dealio. Doubt the value of my car would match the settlement.
7day20 m ago

Less ...what then .


If it's less, then it is worth to lease as the depreciation exceeds the cost of the lease. If it's more, then you ought to buy and hold.

But in this instance, you shouldn't buy it as it's a diesel and unless you are planning to do more than 20k miles a year, don't buy a diesel.

P.S. Awaiting Bertie to correct me in a few days time....
m5rcc25 m ago

If it's less, then it is worth to lease as the depreciation exceeds the …If it's less, then it is worth to lease as the depreciation exceeds the cost of the lease. If it's more, then you ought to buy and hold. But in this instance, you shouldn't buy it as it's a diesel and unless you are planning to do more than 20k miles a year, don't buy a diesel.P.S. Awaiting Bertie to correct me in a few days time....



Yes, I should think this is the reason it's so cheap! Stockpiles of diesel cars are going to be going cheap in the next few months. Nevertheless, to lease and not to own - and just for the 18 months at any rate - the fuel type isn't an issue in the slightest.
pizzapasta1183 m ago

Yes, I should think this is the reason it's so cheap! Stockpiles of diesel …Yes, I should think this is the reason it's so cheap! Stockpiles of diesel cars are going to be going cheap in the next few months. Nevertheless, to lease and not to own - and just for the 18 months at any rate - the fuel type isn't an issue in the slightest.


Unless you don't drive it properly and neither the warranty nor the lease firm will cover a second DPF regen.
m5rcc17 m ago

Unless you don't drive it properly and neither the warranty nor the lease …Unless you don't drive it properly and neither the warranty nor the lease firm will cover a second DPF regen.



You'd have to be a REALLY bad driver to knacker a DPF in 18 months.....
MyBoozyHell2 m ago

You'd have to be a REALLY bad driver to knacker a DPF in 18 months..... …You'd have to be a REALLY bad driver to knacker a DPF in 18 months.....


Not really - doing multiple short runs fills the DPF with soot and ash prematurely. There's been so many people who bought small diesels like the Fiat 500 and have had the DPFs clogged up for effectively beign missold a car for their usage.
m5rcc8 m ago

Not really - doing multiple short runs fills the DPF with soot and ash …Not really - doing multiple short runs fills the DPF with soot and ash prematurely. There's been so many people who bought small diesels like the Fiat 500 and have had the DPFs clogged up for effectively beign missold a car for their usage.



I take your point but, from a personal perspective, I'm leasing a SEAT Leon right now with a 2.0TDI engine with a DPF which is coming up to the end of the 2yr lease.
I travel about 10 miles total per day to/from work and I've not had a problem with the DPF.
So I think my point is valid - you'd have to be driving REALLY badly to knacker a DPF in 18 months.

I might be missing something but the profile of usage of a person leasing/buying a Volvo S90 on 10,000 miles per annum isn't going to be the same as somebody leasing/buying a Fiat 500.
MyBoozyHell6 m ago

I take your point but, from a personal perspective, I'm leasing a SEAT …I take your point but, from a personal perspective, I'm leasing a SEAT Leon right now with a 2.0TDI engine with a DPF which is coming up to the end of the 2yr lease.I travel about 10 miles total per day to/from work and I've not had a problem with the DPF.So I think my point is valid - you'd have to be driving REALLY badly to knacker a DPF in 18 months.I might be missing something but the profile of usage of a person leasing/buying a Volvo S90 on 10,000 miles per annum isn't going to be the same as somebody leasing/buying a Fiat 500.

I'm going by actual cases that I constantly read. If the car is repeatedly used for short runs, DPFs do not passively regenerate, i.e. do not burn off the soot they collect and then either get clogged up or have to 'actively regenerate' using diesel fuel pumped in via the engine. If they are repeatedly switched off mid active regeneration, then the engine sump oil becomes contaminated with diesel. Even if the car is run distances so the DPF regenerates properly, it will start filling up with ash from the burned soot by around 80k miles (obviously not a problem if one leases, but it will be if you own or buy second hand) and will either need to be chemically cleaned via the Ceramex process or replaced.

As I've said many times before, unless you do 20k miles a year or more, need a very big vehicle such as a pick-up or a van, or need to tow something, don't buy a diesel.
m5rcc3 m ago

I'm going by actual cases that I constantly read. If the car is repeatedly …I'm going by actual cases that I constantly read. If the car is repeatedly used for short runs, DPFs do not passively regenerate, i.e. do not burn off the soot they collect and then either get clogged up or have to 'actively regenerate' using diesel fuel pumped in via the engine. If they are repeatedly switched off mid active regeneration, then the engine sump oil becomes contaminated with diesel. Even if the car is run distances so the DPF regenerates properly, it will start filling up with ash from the burned soot by around 80k miles (obviously not a problem if one leases, but it will be if you own or buy second hand) and will either need to be chemically cleaned via the Ceramex process or replaced.As I've said many times before, unless you do 20k miles a year or more, need a very big vehicle such as a pick-up or a van, or need to tow something, don't buy a diesel.


Plus it sounds and smells crap.
m5rcc1 h, 19 m ago

If it's less, then it is worth to lease as the depreciation exceeds the …If it's less, then it is worth to lease as the depreciation exceeds the cost of the lease. If it's more, then you ought to buy and hold. But in this instance, you shouldn't buy it as it's a diesel and unless you are planning to do more than 20k miles a year, don't buy a diesel.P.S. Awaiting Bertie to correct me in a few days time....


Why correct as you clearly know it is an arbitrary figure and people choose diesels for more than the amount of miles they do.

In the meantime I will stick to quoting my favourite on that very special reality of yours you exist within:

m5rcc: Well this is the UK Bertie. When has the UK led or pioneered any investment and/or technology?
m5rcc31 m ago

Not really - doing multiple short runs fills the DPF with soot and ash …Not really - doing multiple short runs fills the DPF with soot and ash prematurely. There's been so many people who bought small diesels like the Fiat 500 and have had the DPFs clogged up for effectively beign missold a car for their usage.


The old DPF paranoia. It's really not that bad.

My Mrs normally averages around 3000 miles a year. Mostly short journeys but occasionally on the motorway and she's had no problems with her last 3 vehicles (all diesel). Most cars have notification facilities these days, you receive a message on the dash advising that that you need to take a longer higher speed journey now and then.
Mr.No2 m ago

The old DPF paranoia. It's really not that bad.My Mrs normally averages …The old DPF paranoia. It's really not that bad.My Mrs normally averages around 3000 miles a year. Mostly short journeys but occasionally on the motorway and she's had no problems with her last 3 vehicles (all diesel). Most cars have notification facilities these days, you receive a message on the dash advising that that you need to take a longer higher speed journey now and then.


Not paranoia - whilst one can't argue with the fuel economy of diesels, one can can with all the expensive things that can go wrong with them: DPF, DMF, EGR, turbo. It takes a lot of economy over two years to make up for £5,000 of repairs over two years.
Bertz993rd Jan

Why correct as you clearly know it is an arbitrary figure and people …Why correct as you clearly know it is an arbitrary figure and people choose diesels for more than the amount of miles they do


Must be for the racket they make then or the cost of maintaining them in the long run...


Bertz993rd Jan

In the meantime I will stick to quoting my favourite on that very special …In the meantime I will stick to quoting my favourite on that very special reality of yours you exist within:m5rcc: Well this is the UK Bertie. When has the UK led or pioneered any investment and/or technology?


A question that you have still not answered curiously...
m5rcc7 m ago

Not paranoia - whilst one can't argue with the fuel economy of diesels, …Not paranoia - whilst one can't argue with the fuel economy of diesels, one can can with all the expensive things that can go wrong with them: DPF, DMF, EGR, turbo. It takes a lot of economy over two years to make up for £5,000 of repairs over two years.


Why would you have £5000 of repairs just for "low mileage"? (didn't you read the rest of my post?)
Mr.No36 s ago

Why would you have £5000 of repairs just for "low mileage"? (didn't you …Why would you have £5000 of repairs just for "low mileage"? (didn't you read the rest of my post?)


I did read your post. Clearly you didn't read any of what I wrote.
m5rcc12 m ago

I did read your post. Clearly you didn't read any of what I wrote.


You talked about "£5000 of repairs" that are not covered under warranty. As I said my wife has covered less than 20,000 miles in 6 years with 3 different diesel vehicles (all on lease). Not one had a single issue with the DPF. (and the last 2 advised to complete a high speed journey for a few miles to prevent any issues)
Mr.No5 m ago

You talked about "£5000 of repairs" that are not covered under warranty.


EGR £500-£1k; DPF £1k+ (though they can usually be chemically cleaned for about £400). A three-four year old car will need a new timing belt, tensioner, waterpump and alternator belt in a year or so, costing £500. If the turbo fails, that will be about £1.5k plus new turbo bearing oil feed and oil return pipes. All builds up...

Mr.No5 m ago

As I said my wife has covered less than 20,000 miles in 6 years with 3 …As I said my wife has covered less than 20,000 miles in 6 years with 3 different diesel vehicles (all on lease). Not one had a single issue with the DPF. (and the last 2 advised to complete a high speed journey for a few miles to prevent any issues)


She may have done, but you can't extrapolate your wife's experience to all diesel drivers surely?
m5rcc6 m ago

EGR £500-£1k; DPF £1k+ (though they can usually be chemically cleaned for a …EGR £500-£1k; DPF £1k+ (though they can usually be chemically cleaned for about £400). A three-four year old car will need a new timing belt, tensioner, waterpump and alternator belt in a year or so, costing £500. If the turbo fails, that will be about £1.5k plus new turbo bearing oil feed and oil return pipes. All builds up...She may have done, but you can't extrapolate your wife's experience to all diesel drivers surely?


And the same in reverse based on your hysteria. We've never had a single issue with any of our employees (diesel) vehicles with varying mileage or any of our low mileage pool cars.

Do you honestly think that all of the diesel Jukes on the road are doing huge annual mileage?
My 10 year old 320d has no turbo or DPF issues. 60k on the clock and my longest journey is about 5 miles.
m5rcc55 m ago

I'm going by actual cases that I constantly read. If the car is repeatedly …I'm going by actual cases that I constantly read. If the car is repeatedly used for short runs, DPFs do not passively regenerate, i.e. do not burn off the soot they collect and then either get clogged up or have to 'actively regenerate' using diesel fuel pumped in via the engine. If they are repeatedly switched off mid active regeneration, then the engine sump oil becomes contaminated with diesel. Even if the car is run distances so the DPF regenerates properly, it will start filling up with ash from the burned soot by around 80k miles (obviously not a problem if one leases, but it will be if you own or buy second hand) and will either need to be chemically cleaned via the Ceramex process or replaced.As I've said many times before, unless you do 20k miles a year or more, need a very big vehicle such as a pick-up or a van, or need to tow something, don't buy a diesel.


It was on that basis that we just replaced my wife's 11 year old, 50k miles diesel Fiesta (pre-DPF but had EGR issues) with a petrol Fiesta. Not sure it was the right decision though: 34mpg vs 56mpg in the old one with the same driving pattern! Locally I get low 30s in my diesel Discovery and have seen as high as 47mpg on a gentle Motorway run - and it's got 240bhp!

Electric will make a lot of sense for her in a few years when range and charging point availability are improved. For that reason we took out the lowest PCP we could (around 50% of value I think) so Ford's bank can pick up the bill if its value plummets in 3 years.
Edited by: "Besford" 3rd Jan
Mr.No7 m ago

And the same in reverse based on your hysteria. We've never had a single …And the same in reverse based on your hysteria. We've never had a single issue with any of our employees (diesel) vehicles with varying mileage or any of our low mileage pool cars. Do you honestly think that all of the diesel Jukes on the road are doing huge annual mileage?


So why do firms like Ceremex exist then?
m5rcc42 m ago

Must be for the racket they make then or the cost of maintaining them in …Must be for the racket they make then or the cost of maintaining them in the long run...A question that you have still not answered curiously...


And yet you have already changed your answer above to towing. I would lead it on further that whilst the dpf (albeit nowhere near as much as you would like to preach the end is high) that the small high spinning petrol turbo's also are unproven and recent history has shown a far higher failure rate. To validate you can easily test this by looking at a company such as Warranty Direct whose main business is betting their future on the risk taken with both here.

m5rcc42 m ago

A question that you have still not answered curiously...


Ah bless you - you missed the response to that of "Clearly being in the UK didn't help you in your education? " .


However for something completely different:

m5rcc45 m ago

one can can with all the expensive things that can go wrong with them: …one can can with all the expensive things that can go wrong with them: DPF, DMF, EGR, turbo.



32981582-BMYq8.jpg
Great deal, I’ve got one on PCH similar term/cost, but got mine direct from the local Volvo dealer. Worth asking your local dealer to match this. Met paint actually reduces the monthly cost from a main dealer too plus not having to deal with unknown online lease companies. FYI the pic isn’t an R-Design and neither is the blue one added by d4eps,
Bertz993rd Jan

And yet you have already changed your answer above to towing.


Nope - always mentioned towing should be confined to diesel cars.


Bertz993rd Jan

I would lead it on further that whilst the dpf (albeit nowhere near as …I would lead it on further that whilst the dpf (albeit nowhere near as much as you would like to preach the end is high) that the small high spinning petrol turbo's also are unproven and recent history has shown a far higher failure rate. To validate you can easily test this by looking at a company such as Warranty Direct whose main business is betting their future on the risk taken with both here.


I'm not preaching Bertie - just relaying proven facts that you always wish to deflect in order to get your point of view across.


Bertz993rd Jan

Ah bless you - you missed the response to that of "Clearly being in the UK …Ah bless you - you missed the response to that of "Clearly being in the UK didn't help you in your education? " .


Was that it? Pity that my education wasn't solely confined to the UK. Better luck next time!


Bertz993rd Jan

However for something completely different:[Image]


m5rcc36 m ago

Pity that my education wasn't solely confined to the UK


As I said bless you - it was loaded first time I posted it and knew it would go over your head. Just out of interest though feel free to name me the 6 top rated further education establishments within Europe.

m5rcc36 m ago

I'm not preaching Bertie - just relaying proven facts that you always wish …I'm not preaching Bertie - just relaying proven facts that you always wish to deflect in order to get your point of view across.Was that it?


Beg to disagree - what proven facts have you supplied to dpf failures?
Edited by: "Bertz99" 3rd Jan
m5rcc23 m ago

So why do firms like Ceremex exist then?


You must have had kittens in 1999 with the impending doom and gloom of Y2K.
Lots of blessing going on here.

Maybe we need to look at leasing one of these...

32981754-nD2t8.jpg
Edited by: "HHUKD" 3rd Jan
Mr.No2 m ago

You must have had kittens in 1999 with the impending doom and gloom of Y2K.


I was still at school...
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text