VW Arteon 2.0 TSI R Line 5dr DSG - £213 per month (£7195.20 total) @  Mad Sheep Leasing
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VW Arteon 2.0 TSI R Line 5dr DSG - £213 per month (£7195.20 total) @ Mad Sheep Leasing

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Found 12th OctMade hot 12th Oct
Just had a mailer about this, based on 5000 miles, 10000 is another £14 a month. Huge car for the money.

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Wait for it.

Emissions, waah waah, Scandal waah waah, must find a diesel smoke gif to post, waah waah, no compensation waah waah.

heat

GrumpyOldGamer5 m ago

Wait for it.Emissions, waah waah, Scandal waah waah, must find a diesel …Wait for it.Emissions, waah waah, Scandal waah waah, must find a diesel smoke gif to post, waah waah, no compensation waah waah.heat

​But it's petrol.

GrumpyOldGamer5 m ago

Wait for it.Emissions, waah waah, Scandal waah waah, must find a diesel …Wait for it.Emissions, waah waah, Scandal waah waah, must find a diesel smoke gif to post, waah waah, no compensation waah waah.heat


This one is a petrol model though, so you can pollute the environment with a clear conscience.

£7195 in total when you account for the (hefty) £360 admin fee.

Cheaper here: whatcar.com/car…598


£7104 over the same term AND an extra 3000 miles per year.
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ollie875 m ago

Okay, let us break down what you said shall we?"It'll be a lot of car to …Okay, let us break down what you said shall we?"It'll be a lot of car to hand back at the end of the lease too , oh wait that'll be all of the car you hand back (just for clarity)"Yes, that's how a lease works. Well done, I don't see what point you're trying to make. It was never your car to begin with."Still , cheaper than buying if you feel the need to have a brand new car every 2 years. Voted Hot for those this deal suits "Not sure about this one. Is this a backhanded insult to people who like new cars? Is it a cheeky jibe at people who you think have more money than sense? Not sure, either way, adds nothing. A lot of people want cheap and hassle-free motoring, a lease is probably the easiest way of attaining that."For me the sums dont add up , my 6 yr old car depreciates much less than this and whilst it wont have that 'new car feel'"Comparing a six year old car to a lease is complete nonsense and doesn't even warrant mentioning. It feels like a feed into the next part..."it is arguably a nicer place to be , oh and considerably quicker too , lol."Again, what's the point in this? OH MY CAR IS MUUUUCH NICE THAN THIS. And? Who cares? What does that add? What are you trying to compensate for? Why does the performance matter? What do you do if your six year old car goes wrong? I presume you have a huge amount of money tucked away. How would you feel if that money you'd saved was wiped out by a catastrophic failure? Cars are expensive, you pay for it one way or another, you either have the money saved to fix it when it goes wrong and deal with an older car without a warranty, or you spend that money upfront and buy/lease a new one which will give you peace of mind. Either way it basically costs the same in the long run, just with a new car you don't have to worry about it."So no , not for me , coming home after a 2 week holiday I cannot compare to giving my car away, what can I say - i like my home (and car!) "There we go again. You know that people who lease cars get a new one every couple of years right? Are you saying you never sell your car? You've just got a mountain of old and buggered cars on your drive? It's not giving your car away because it was never your car. You seem to not understand the point of a lease, with a lease you'll be getting a new, better car, every couple of years. Surely you're not so attached to your car you keep it forever? I doubt it's a classic.What are you hoping to achieve by coming here and talking about leasing in this way? I'm genuinely curious about why you feel people will care what you think.



Now , who is wasting their time lol , I got through the first sentence then got bored. Breaking comments down takes everything out of context so rather pointless really . I haven't the time or the patience to reply in full . Enjoy your day

rooney103 m ago

Breaking comments down takes everything out of context so rather pointless …Breaking comments down takes everything out of context so rather pointless really


Except it was the opposite of that.

ollie872 m ago

Except it was the opposite of that.



more than happy for you to have the last word if you need to

rooney1038 s ago

more than happy for you to have the last word if you need to


Yet here you are doing the exact same thing.

rooney107 m ago

Now , who is wasting their time lol , I got through the first sentence …Now , who is wasting their time lol , I got through the first sentence then got bored. Breaking comments down takes everything out of context so rather pointless really . I haven't the time or the patience to reply in full . Enjoy your day


With a comment like this, ollie87 has absolutely destroyed your argument. Your credibility has completely gone.

Please think twice about starting an argument in a thread that you have no interest again as there are far more intelligent people with more knowledge on the subject in hand. You have been made to look a bit silly.

Mada067 m ago

With a comment like this, ollie87 has absolutely destroyed your argument. …With a comment like this, ollie87 has absolutely destroyed your argument. Your credibility has completely gone. Please think twice about starting an argument in a thread that you have no interest again as there are far more intelligent people with more knowledge on the subject in hand. You have been made to look a bit silly.



That's the funny thing , I have no argument , lol

I am far from searching for credibility on a hukd thread ..... people actually do this ?
Edited by: "rooney10" 13th Oct

rooney1015 m ago

Now , who is wasting their time lol , I got through the first sentence …Now , who is wasting their time lol , I got through the first sentence then got bored. Breaking comments down takes everything out of context so rather pointless really . I haven't the time or the patience to reply in full . Enjoy your day


I thought his breakdown was pretty accurate.

Does anyone know of any Golf R deals? Thanks

Nothing wrong with leasing. I’m more than happy to pay every month. Keep cash in bank, a car is a depreciating asset. Anything goes wrong with it I take it directly to the dealer (warranty). Works for me at least. Won’t be for everyone and I understand that.

rooney102 h, 8 m ago

That's the funny thing , I have no argument , lolI am far from searching …That's the funny thing , I have no argument , lolI am far from searching for credibility on a hukd thread ..... people actually do this ?

I don't think people search for credibility, but if you lose it then it is pretty pointless to post anything.

I tend to be ok when it comes to curbing. But both my current car and previous have been victims of ass holes doing hit and runs. A dented front wing on my current car and someone also keyed a nice x into it.

I've since moved out of London though and so far no new dents or key marks. So perhaps it's a better time to take a gamble?

That is excluding maintenance and tyre.

Can anybody find what will be the monthly price including maintenance and tyre?
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