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VW Arteon Fastback Elegance DSG - 2 year lease, £2,400 down then £149.99 p/m. Total £5,849.77 @ CVL
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VW Arteon Fastback Elegance DSG - 2 year lease, £2,400 down then £149.99 p/m. Total £5,849.77 @ CVL

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Posted 6th JanEdited by:"Zuulan"

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FYI - This deal has been verified by muds1970, alu355 and Lucas_0224, with 2 of them placing orders and been told delivery is April-May'19.

Admin fee of £180 applies. 8,000 miles a year.

1.5 TSI Petrol Automatic DSG. Review of 1.5ltr here.

Link reverts to 5,000 miles for £144 - £5,711.77
Change the mileage to 8,000 to show this deal. - £5,849.77
10,000 is also available for £6,042.97

Key Features:
12.3" Virtual Customisable Cockpit, Sat Nav, Electric Heated Leather seats, 18" alloys, LED headlights & running lights, keyless entry & electric boot opening, driver assistance aids.
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Gozer06/01/2019 10:25

Hopefully this won't turn into another "You're a nutter for leasing a car" …Hopefully this won't turn into another "You're a nutter for leasing a car" thread.


After 2 years you are six grand down and have no car, you have to be a nutter to do that.
If it weren't for us 'nutters' buying and leasing new cars there'd be no used car stock for people to buy down the line...

Why can't people get it into their heads that some people want a reliable, safe new car without the worry of MOT, breakdowns and unexpected repair bills? Modern cars are becoming very expensive to fix when something major goes wrong. Leasing is the most economical way to drive a new car, unless you buy outright and drive it for 15 years, until it turns into the unreliable heap the anti-leasing brigade favour. Some of my friends drive scrap heaps yet happily throw more than I spend on my car away down the bookies and pub every month, throw near £100pm at Sky, eat my lease cost in takeaways.
Hopefully this won't turn into another "You're a nutter for leasing a car" thread.
In 1982 I bought a cortina and I’ve only put 2 new tyres on it and done 80k miles a year ..... lease deals are stupid :/ 😜
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Fixed now
Edited by: "donny1266" 6th Jan
donny126606/01/2019 10:15

Link not working?Fixed now


Link reverts to 5,000 miles for £144. Change the mileage to 8,000 & Personal lease to show this deal.
I can't change the Op as every time I do an Edit the deal goes into Moderation and breaks.

10,000 miles is only an extra £8.40 a month extra.
Edited by: "Zuulan" 6th Jan
Zuulan14 s ago

Link reverts to 5,000 miles for £144. Change the mileage to 8,000 to show …Link reverts to 5,000 miles for £144. Change the mileage to 8,000 to show this deal.


Thanks man
1.5 DSG will be poor on fuel, but good looking car and seems like a good deal! Heat from me
Is the vehicle maintenance package worth it?
Hopefully this won't turn into another "You're a nutter for leasing a car" thread.
holatara3 m ago

Is the vehicle maintenance package worth it?


Well that is an extra £576 for what will give you One service. So it's not something I'd choose.
Gozer06/01/2019 10:25

Hopefully this won't turn into another "You're a nutter for leasing a car" …Hopefully this won't turn into another "You're a nutter for leasing a car" thread.


Shall I do it and then delete the post, just for giggles?
Urano Grey - does anyone know if you can request a different colour? Sorry first time lookibg at leasing 😵
holatara06/01/2019 10:29

Urano Grey - does anyone know if you can request a different colour? Sorry …Urano Grey - does anyone know if you can request a different colour? Sorry first time lookibg at leasing 😵


Yes but you will probably be paying the whole £600 for it within your lease deal..
Excellent price for this Car. Heat
Gozer06/01/2019 10:25

Hopefully this won't turn into another "You're a nutter for leasing a car" …Hopefully this won't turn into another "You're a nutter for leasing a car" thread.


After 2 years you are six grand down and have no car, you have to be a nutter to do that.
In 1982 I bought a cortina and I’ve only put 2 new tyres on it and done 80k miles a year ..... lease deals are stupid :/ 😜
AlwaysSealsTheDeal06/01/2019 10:22

1.5 DSG will be poor on fuel, but good looking car and seems like a good …1.5 DSG will be poor on fuel, but good looking car and seems like a good deal! Heat from me


36756060-rUfLN.jpgMPG looks good to me
That’s a pretty good price for the Elegance. I hope it’s not an error as the R-Line which is also on offer is typically about £10 a month more but right now is closer to £60 a month extra.

This is a good lease deal If you are in the market for a lease and want an Arteon
Gozer06/01/2019 10:25

Hopefully this won't turn into another "You're a nutter for leasing a car" …Hopefully this won't turn into another "You're a nutter for leasing a car" thread.


You'd be better off spending the monthly amount on spare parts from a scrap yard. By the end of the lease term you'll have a rubbish car that barely runs and will need lots more money spent on it but at least you will *own it* out right. You're just throwing your money away leasing.
Is it just a half price Audi A7
japes06/01/2019 10:39

[Image] MPG looks good to me

These figures are done in laboratory testing so never a true example of how a car will perform on different roads etc.
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dannycouzens706/01/2019 10:43

These figures are done in laboratory testing so never a true example of …These figures are done in laboratory testing so never a true example of how a car will perform on different roads etc.


Wow, really??
I have this engine. Avg 38mpg / 120 miles a day 40 of which are inner city.

Urano Grey is the vw stock colour but is excellent. I have it on the wife's Tiguan. Very easy to keep.

Great deal. Heat.
AlwaysSealsTheDeal30 m ago

1.5 DSG will be poor on fuel, but good looking car and seems like a good …1.5 DSG will be poor on fuel, but good looking car and seems like a good deal! Heat from me


The fuel consumption is pretty good. This is an economical engine.
Excellent deal at only 18% of the total OTR cost of the vehicle, very few deals at <22% recently. I can see this being beaten even if you managed to get a great dealer price, and keep it for longer.
...what happens, if some plonker will deliberately scratch someones leased car, will it be client's liability upon returning car, or will it be covered by leasing company insurance?
BS_Man06/01/2019 11:04

...what happens, if some plonker will deliberately scratch someones leased …...what happens, if some plonker will deliberately scratch someones leased car, will it be client's liability upon returning car, or will it be covered by leasing company insurance?


Everything is on you from when you get it until you return it. Much like when buying a car.
GAVINLEWISHUKD10 m ago

Everything is on you from when you get it until you return it. Much like …Everything is on you from when you get it until you return it. Much like when buying a car.


...I thought so, so I will stick to my ruined Merc and let him have fun
Uncommon.Sense06/01/2019 11:03

Excellent deal at only 18% of the total OTR cost of the vehicle, very few …Excellent deal at only 18% of the total OTR cost of the vehicle, very few deals at <22% recently. I can see this being beaten even if you managed to get a great dealer price, and keep it for longer.


' Can't ' ?
Great deal, but don't think you added the £180 admin fee in the headline price
Edited by: "daudiamd" 6th Jan
If it weren't for us 'nutters' buying and leasing new cars there'd be no used car stock for people to buy down the line...

Why can't people get it into their heads that some people want a reliable, safe new car without the worry of MOT, breakdowns and unexpected repair bills? Modern cars are becoming very expensive to fix when something major goes wrong. Leasing is the most economical way to drive a new car, unless you buy outright and drive it for 15 years, until it turns into the unreliable heap the anti-leasing brigade favour. Some of my friends drive scrap heaps yet happily throw more than I spend on my car away down the bookies and pub every month, throw near £100pm at Sky, eat my lease cost in takeaways.
This is a lot of car for little money. A good deal in my humble opinion. Especially if you can increase the mileage allowance to 10k for under £9.
redduck06/01/2019 10:42

You'd be better off spending the monthly amount on spare parts from a …You'd be better off spending the monthly amount on spare parts from a scrap yard. By the end of the lease term you'll have a rubbish car that barely runs and will need lots more money spent on it but at least you will *own it* out right. You're just throwing your money away leasing.


It may come as a suprise to you but we are all different. Yes, really! It's amazing that we can we can have different wants and needs isn't it?

I am pretty sure that people reading this deal will be aware that they can go out and buy a car for £6k but it wouldn't be a brand new car would it?

So if you are going to compare this or any other lease against another car, then at least use a new car as a comparison.

If one would to buy this car with cash or via a loan or HP and then sell it after two years, I am pretty sure that you would lose £6k in depreciation in that time. That is a true way to compare.
Am I wrong or this was yesterday for 15k per year at 36 months contract? I can't vote this either way but that worth some heat.
japes06/01/2019 10:39

[Image] MPG looks good to me


LOL. No, that isn't how real world MPG figures work. Those figures are based on 56mph, no stopping, cheap but extremely non-resistant tyres, on a closed circuit in perfect weather conditions.
Stoofa06/01/2019 11:45

LOL. No, that isn't how real world MPG figures work. Those figures are …LOL. No, that isn't how real world MPG figures work. Those figures are based on 56mph, no stopping, cheap but extremely non-resistant tyres, on a closed circuit in perfect weather conditions.


Oh no, you only need to don't use your break pedal at all and take the advantage of acceleration while the time pass. Funny but loads of YouTubers demonstrate the way you have to drive to get incredible MPG, regardless your focus on the traffic or real dangerous situations.
Tomofife06/01/2019 11:32

It may come as a suprise to you but we are all different. Yes, really! …It may come as a suprise to you but we are all different. Yes, really! It's amazing that we can we can have different wants and needs isn't it?I am pretty sure that people reading this deal will be aware that they can go out and buy a car for £6k but it wouldn't be a brand new car would it?So if you are going to compare this or any other lease against another car, then at least use a new car as a comparison.If one would to buy this car with cash or via a loan or HP and then sell it after two years, I am pretty sure that you would lose £6k in depreciation in that time. That is a true way to compare.


I think you missed my sarcasm. My bad.
georgesvalch06/01/2019 11:52

Oh no, you only need to don't use your break pedal at all and take the …Oh no, you only need to don't use your break pedal at all and take the advantage of acceleration while the time pass. Funny but loads of YouTubers demonstrate the way you have to drive to get incredible MPG, regardless your focus on the traffic or real dangerous situations.


Sorry, read your post twice. Still not quite sure what you are trying to say. MPG figures posted by manufacturers are not based on real-world application.
japes06/01/2019 10:48

Wow, really??


Remember the diesel scandal?
Pointlessusername06/01/2019 10:39

In 1982 I bought a cortina and I’ve only put 2 new tyres on it and done 8 …In 1982 I bought a cortina and I’ve only put 2 new tyres on it and done 80k miles a year ..... lease deals are stupid :/ 😜


Not many people want to look like they still live in 1982 mate.
worth noting that this would be a factory order.
Stoofa8 m ago

Sorry, read your post twice. Still not quite sure what you are trying to …Sorry, read your post twice. Still not quite sure what you are trying to say. MPG figures posted by manufacturers are not based on real-world application.


I know obviously, it wasn't an argument but I find hilarious that some people trying to demonstrate how you can get real world application to advertised MPG. They make tutorials about this and when they drive, they're very focused on the pedals and gearbox, while they just don't care about the other road's users.
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