Volvo V40 Hatchback T2 [122] Momentum 5dr 2 Year Lease 8,000mpa £5,207.53 @ Whatcar
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Volvo V40 Hatchback T2 [122] Momentum 5dr 2 Year Lease 8,000mpa £5,207.53 @ Whatcar

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Found 9th Apr
Maybe not for everyone but I think this is a great price for a V40 with 8000 and only on a 2 year.

Haven't yet managed to find out if it has the normal admin fee. Will update if I find one.

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roll_me_some9 m ago

excess mileage with Volvo is around 0.18p per mile


Wow, so 10,000 extra miles for £18
Edited by: "Lowtrawler" 9th Apr
0.18p or 18p ?
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£215/month. The car seems to be coming from Lookers so perhaps they could be contacted directly to avoid a fee from What Car.
excess mileage with Volvo is around 0.18p per mile
roll_me_some9 m ago

excess mileage with Volvo is around 0.18p per mile


Wow, so 10,000 extra miles for £18
Edited by: "Lowtrawler" 9th Apr
Lowtrawler9 m ago

Wow, so 10,000 extra miles for £18


Do you need a calculator?
0.18p or 18p ?
Must be 18p 0.18 makes no sense
Oops. 18p . Have the xc60 so just letting people know excess mileage is excessive
8k miles is a bit stingy...
Do you get to keep your wife/husband/goat when the contract expires or can you hand them back with the car?
Not in the boot obviously as that would be crass.
fulous12 m ago

8k miles is a bit stingy...


But enough for some.
Average UK mileage is 7,800 per year although new cars cover more like 12k. 8k is a bit stingy but if you have a slow urban commute it may make sense.

Car is a bit meh though
New model due out in the next few months explains the low price. Looks a great deal as long as you are happy with it being replaced soon. Heat
I got told today that a lot of leasing funders are now looking at 3 and 4 year deals going forward and the prices are going up so I don't think I will be leasing again once mine goes back in a couple of weeks
I despise my v40. Its 6 months old and done 16k, already had a new clutch and recovered home two other times. Avoid
gallopingbanker1 h, 18 m ago

New model due out in the next few months explains the low price. Looks a …New model due out in the next few months explains the low price. Looks a great deal as long as you are happy with it being replaced soon. Heat



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Gozer4 m ago

[Image] …[Image] http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/volvo/v40/102141/stylish-new-volvo-v40-to-take-aim-at-vw-golf


That looks 100x better
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trickytree198458 m ago

That looks 100x better


Agreed! Much nicer however I’m guessing it will be Around £240 to £280 a month
[quote=bwaarp]I despise my v40. Its 6 months old and done 16k, already had a new clutch and recovered home two other times. Avoid[/quote]

Are you sure its not your driving? We lend out v40's everyday to people who have never driven one before and not replaced a clutch in 4 years, both petrol and diesels...
david106669th Apr

... a lot of leasing funders are now looking at 3 and 4 year deals going …... a lot of leasing funders are now looking at 3 and 4 year deals going forward ....


They'd hardly be looking at going backwards would they! Hate that meaningless business speak .
Edited by: "Besford" 11th Apr
SteadVex11 h, 57 m ago

Are you sure its not your driving? We lend out v40's everyday to people …Are you sure its not your driving? We lend out v40's everyday to people who have never driven one before and not replaced a clutch in 4 years, both petrol and diesels...


I wouldn't be surprised. This is the last Ford-based Volvo before Geely took over.
david1066614 h, 54 m ago

I got told today that a lot of leasing funders are now looking at 3 and 4 …I got told today that a lot of leasing funders are now looking at 3 and 4 year deals going forward and the prices are going up so I don't think I will be leasing again once mine goes back in a couple of weeks


A four year lease makes zero sense: you'd be liable for the MOT, potential major service work and have no warranty (assuming the car has a three year one).
It’s relatively cheap, but incredibly boring.
Think boringness outweighs the cheapness for me on this one.

I also feel the interior looks dated already - would probably drive me mad 2 years down the line.
Such an ugly, ugly car.
Great deal, I actually like the look. I wonder how much for the outgoing cross country
Besford9th Apr

They'd harly be looking at going backwards would they! Hate that …They'd harly be looking at going backwards would they! Hate that meaningless business speak .


I'm only quoting what I was told I wanted to extend my lease for another year to take it to 3 years but after getting my quote it will be going back in 2 weeks
m5rcc10th Apr

I wouldn't be surprised. This is the last Ford-based Volvo before Geely …I wouldn't be surprised. This is the last Ford-based Volvo before Geely took over.


How do you know about these technical insights behind cars, is there a particular car website you follow?
Serfmio5 h, 18 m ago

How do you know about these technical insights behind cars, is there a …How do you know about these technical insights behind cars, is there a particular car website you follow?


Information is knowledge: years of reading car journals.
I think this is pretty much the standard price for this car. It has been available for cheaper previously

hotukdeals.com/dea…183
SteadVex9th Apr

[quote=bwaarp]I despise my v40. Its 6 months old and done 16k, already had …[quote=bwaarp]I despise my v40. Its 6 months old and done 16k, already had a new clutch and recovered home two other times. Avoid[/quote] Are you sure its not your driving? We lend out v40's everyday to people who have never driven one before and not replaced a clutch in 4 years, both petrol and diesels...


Possibly but my last two cars, honda civic and audi a3 both did 100k with no issues. Clutch went bang whilst downshifting from 3rd to 2nd at about 15mph so hardly being stressed and that was after 3k miles. The other two breakdowns were sensor failures. Also the auto braking function has a habit of slamming on whilst driving through town and someone is a bit close to the pavement. If I get to the end of the lease without being rear ended itll be a miracle.
m5rcc12th Apr

Information is knowledge: years of reading car journals.


Which car journals would you recommend
Serfmio14 h, 25 m ago

Which car journals would you recommend



I like Evo personally but it's down to preference. Pop into a newsagent/supermarket and have a look!
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