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Volvo XC60 Diesel Estate D4 [190] SE Nav 5dr [Leather] Lease £2400 deposit + 23x £200.40 Blue Chilli Cars
Volvo XC60 Diesel Estate D4 [190] SE Nav 5dr [Leather] Lease £2400 deposit + 23x £200.40 Blue Chilli Cars

Volvo XC60 Diesel Estate D4 [190] SE Nav 5dr [Leather] Lease £2400 deposit + 23x £200.40 Blue Chilli Cars

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This is for the XC60 SE Nav + Leather with 8k miles p/a

High deposit, but they also have other options with lower deposit that works out slightly more expensive.

The total price of £7369.20 already includes the 'Vehicle sourcing fee' of £360.

I couldn't find the excess mileage charge though, so can't comment on that.

New shape is probably coming out in 2018 so we should be seeing more of those deals around.

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Thats the car I drive but I pay more than that... but its a Volvo so its worth it

Don't be fooled by the fuel consumption figures. I own one and you won't get near to their figures.

hoglet

Don't be fooled by the fuel consumption figures. I own one and you won't … Don't be fooled by the fuel consumption figures. I own one and you won't get near to their figures.



As with any car.

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hoglet

Don't be fooled by the fuel consumption figures. I own one and you won't … Don't be fooled by the fuel consumption figures. I own one and you won't get near to their figures.



Agreed.. but in my opinion the real mpg is still good for the size of the car.

I drive a D5 manual and my combined mpg is around 40-42mpg... and that's NOT driving like a granny.

New shape is pretty much out now (not 2018) hence the deals, not sure if this is better/worse than the 3 year deal posted yesterday though? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/volvo-xc60-d4-190-se-nav-5dr-leather-4x4-lease-784-dep-35-months-261-2597555

Just recalculated on the 24 months 8k mileage and the other deal is £7295 total if I have done my maths so this seems a slightly more expensive deal than the link above

Edited by: "nictry" 11th Jan

DjudjangoKid

Agreed.. but in my opinion the real mpg is still good for the size of the … Agreed.. but in my opinion the real mpg is still good for the size of the car.I drive a D5 manual and my combined mpg is around 40-42mpg... and that's NOT driving like a granny.



I drive the D4 and i'm only getting the same mpg as you but a lot of my journeys are town.

Diesel? I thought they were cars NOT to drive these days.

Dirty, Disgusting, Pollutants, springs to mind.

Plus diesel costs have increased.........
Edited by: "TheBiker" 11th Jan

Ah that old chestnut! Funny how a fuel that the government actively encouraged motorists to switch to is now the 'villain' of the piece. The reality is that all cars regardless of fuel type pollute the atmosphere, either directly or indirectly. As for costs, diesel isn't the only fuel to have increased.:{

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TheBiker

Diesel? I thought they were cars NOT to drive these days.Dirty, … Diesel? I thought they were cars NOT to drive these days.Dirty, Disgusting, Pollutants, springs to mind.Plus diesel costs have increased.........



Good luck driving this big of a car on petrol... don't think you would be doing any good for your pocket or the environment.

Want to go green? Get yourself an electric car and make sure your electric supplier has good sustainable practices.

DjudjangoKid

Good luck driving this big of a car on petrol... don't think you would be … Good luck driving this big of a car on petrol... don't think you would be doing any good for your pocket or the environment.Want to go green? Get yourself an electric car and make sure your electric supplier has good sustainable practices.



I had a Nissan Leaf for a couple of years. Absolutely perfect car for local driving and great as a second car. Problems came when I wanted to visit family at the coast. There was only one place to charge up and it was a normal plug charger so I was looking at a six hour wait.
If the charging places were more plentiful and reliable (I went to charge on the M1 one time and the charger was out of order, I was lucky that I could just about make it to the next charger but that was a worrying journey!)
I would have another electric because they are a joy to drive but I would really need access to another car for long journeys.

I drove this as a rental in Atlanta and I really liked it. Good find

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Lumiere

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What The **** !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lumiere

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Corbyn?

This company is cheaper than the other XC60 deal that went to 533°, albeit a different term. I'm going for the 36m from these guys. Hot.

Steviebaby

This company is cheaper than the other XC60 deal that went to 533°, … This company is cheaper than the other XC60 deal that went to 533°, albeit a different term. I'm going for the 36m from these guys. Hot.



No it's not, the other deal is cheaper at the two year term.

nictry

No it's not, the other deal is cheaper at the two year term.



This one is better for 36m

Lumiere

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Good point.

FYI - the 10k works out cheaper. Lower upfront offset by the higher monthly fee.

The deal from AutoTrader was cheaper but has been taken off the market I would take it at £220/month (average) for the 8k but not any more.
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