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VW e-Golf PCH Personal Lease I10k/pa Initial Rental (3 x £257.50)/ Arrangement Fee £195.00 /  Monthly Payments x 23 £257.50 £6890 @ Jet VF
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VW e-Golf PCH Personal Lease I10k/pa Initial Rental (3 x £257.50)/ Arrangement Fee £195.00 / Monthly Payments x 23 £257.50 £6890 @ Jet VF

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Posted 20th Sep 2019

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10k miles/year

Initial Rental (3 x £257.50)
£772.49
Arrangement Fee
£195.00
Total Upfront
£967.49
Monthly Payments x 23
£257.50
Average Monthly Cost
£287.08
Jet Vehicle Finance Ltd

Ok not as cheap as the IONIQ deal but for those interested in an EV and like the Golf....

It’s a 35kwh model and not the most exciting of EVs
Urano grey solid colour
Not muc( as standard. Even the heat pump is optional extra.
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loofer20/09/2019 23:46

Presumably you checked one out in flesh first?What’s your thoughts on t …Presumably you checked one out in flesh first?What’s your thoughts on them? Seem a bit under spec’d in standard form, though you could say that about most VAGs



I originally enquired on the e-golf through the whatcar/inchcape deal a few weeks ago, all that stopped me was the delivery charge which pushed that deal over £7100.
The IONIQ deal was there, then wasn’t, then sort of reappeared at a different price and then wasn’t actually available, as I understand it?
Don't personally like the IONIQ as much as the golf, but that’s just my opinion (haven’t driven one, but wouldn’t make a point of going to, if you see what I mean?)

That deal from a few weeks back prompted me to go and drive the e-golf, which I actually quite liked
it felt “quicker” from 0 to 60 than the figures suggest, wasn’t really timing it.
I’m 6’5” and managed to drive it ok, the salesman sat behind me on the test drive, he didn’t have a lot of room but never expected him to
We covered 16 miles but the range on the car only dropped 11 miles, not sure why? We didn’t drive it conservatively or any differently to normal? The car was only “half” charged when we took it out, if that made any difference to anything? (Perhaps it’s a feature that mimics Diesel engine tanks, in that, my tank seems to drop from full to half far quicker than it goes from half to empty?)

lead time seems to be next year for the plain grey not sure about the metallics?
I’m struggling to decide whether to lease or buy as these were/are (haven’t looked this week) available for just over £23k new
depreciation verses cost of lease seems very close to me based on a 2 year term, depends how long you want to keep one? (To me at least?
Edited by: "defgimp" 21st Sep 2019
jaydrs21/09/2019 00:25


Not sure about the colour scheme though....
Bit lairy for me, I prefer magnolia..

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I think if you stare at it long enough the silhouette of an object appears....
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Hot deal, mines on order at 293 average a month
Michaelgell9120/09/2019 23:41

Hot deal, mines on order at 293 average a month


Presumably you checked one out in flesh first?
What’s your thoughts on them? Seem a bit under spec’d in standard form, though you could say that about most VAGs
Last electric powered Golf you’ll be able to buy
jaydrs21/09/2019 00:17

Last electric powered Golf you’ll be able to buy


Is that a reference to ID.3 ?
jaydrs21/09/2019 00:25


Not sure about the colour scheme though....
Bit lairy for me, I prefer magnolia..

38512318-1ohsP.jpg
I think if you stare at it long enough the silhouette of an object appears....
loofer20/09/2019 23:46

Presumably you checked one out in flesh first?What’s your thoughts on t …Presumably you checked one out in flesh first?What’s your thoughts on them? Seem a bit under spec’d in standard form, though you could say that about most VAGs



I originally enquired on the e-golf through the whatcar/inchcape deal a few weeks ago, all that stopped me was the delivery charge which pushed that deal over £7100.
The IONIQ deal was there, then wasn’t, then sort of reappeared at a different price and then wasn’t actually available, as I understand it?
Don't personally like the IONIQ as much as the golf, but that’s just my opinion (haven’t driven one, but wouldn’t make a point of going to, if you see what I mean?)

That deal from a few weeks back prompted me to go and drive the e-golf, which I actually quite liked
it felt “quicker” from 0 to 60 than the figures suggest, wasn’t really timing it.
I’m 6’5” and managed to drive it ok, the salesman sat behind me on the test drive, he didn’t have a lot of room but never expected him to
We covered 16 miles but the range on the car only dropped 11 miles, not sure why? We didn’t drive it conservatively or any differently to normal? The car was only “half” charged when we took it out, if that made any difference to anything? (Perhaps it’s a feature that mimics Diesel engine tanks, in that, my tank seems to drop from full to half far quicker than it goes from half to empty?)

lead time seems to be next year for the plain grey not sure about the metallics?
I’m struggling to decide whether to lease or buy as these were/are (haven’t looked this week) available for just over £23k new
depreciation verses cost of lease seems very close to me based on a 2 year term, depends how long you want to keep one? (To me at least?
Edited by: "defgimp" 21st Sep 2019
From what I can see the Ioniq deal was a pricing error?
Edited by: "Belogical" 21st Sep 2019
loofer20/09/2019 23:46

Presumably you checked one out in flesh first?What’s your thoughts on t …Presumably you checked one out in flesh first?What’s your thoughts on them? Seem a bit under spec’d in standard form, though you could say that about most VAGs


Haven't actually checked one out bought on the basis of fuel savings only really, does look under spec'd though but not fussed for the price
Checked it out last weekend, found it quite underwhelming. My opinion may be biased though, currently have an i3 (which is going soon). Also didn't like way the regenerative braking works on it, on all the time even when accelerating causing constant drag or off all the time, have to manually select between the 2 modes. The sales guy couldn't really sell it to me and gave up, was convincing me to wait until March when the new electric range is releasing.
defgimp21/09/2019 04:43

I originally enquired on the e-golf through the whatcar/inchcape deal a …I originally enquired on the e-golf through the whatcar/inchcape deal a few weeks ago, all that stopped me was the delivery charge which pushed that deal over £7100.The IONIQ deal was there, then wasn’t, then sort of reappeared at a different price and then wasn’t actually available, as I understand it?Don't personally like the IONIQ as much as the golf, but that’s just my opinion (haven’t driven one, but wouldn’t make a point of going to, if you see what I mean?)That deal from a few weeks back prompted me to go and drive the e-golf, which I actually quite liked it felt “quicker” from 0 to 60 than the figures suggest, wasn’t really timing it.I’m 6’5” and managed to drive it ok, the salesman sat behind me on the test drive, he didn’t have a lot of room but never expected him to We covered 16 miles but the range on the car only dropped 11 miles, not sure why? We didn’t drive it conservatively or any differently to normal? The car was only “half” charged when we took it out, if that made any difference to anything? (Perhaps it’s a feature that mimics Diesel engine tanks, in that, my tank seems to drop from full to half far quicker than it goes from half to empty?)lead time seems to be next year for the plain grey not sure about the metallics?I’m struggling to decide whether to lease or buy as these were/are (haven’t looked this week) available for just over £23k newdepreciation verses cost of lease seems very close to me based on a 2 year term, depends how long you want to keep one? (To me at least?


I contacted my local vw who matched the what car offer (saving delivery cost). VW Leicester for me
Mungus21/09/2019 06:57

Checked it out last weekend, found it quite underwhelming. My opinion may …Checked it out last weekend, found it quite underwhelming. My opinion may be biased though, currently have an i3 (which is going soon). Also didn't like way the regenerative braking works on it, on all the time even when accelerating causing constant drag or off all the time, have to manually select between the 2 modes. The sales guy couldn't really sell it to me and gave up, was convincing me to wait until March when the new electric range is releasing.


There are 5 settings, off and the 4 increasing levels of regeneration.
Is it worth leasing an electric car or
Buying a used one? And how does it work with mileage and the battery warranty? Is the car basically a paper weight once the battery expires as they are too expensive to relax, see e golfs on autotrader around 15-23k but with 20-30k mileage and vw battery warranty is I believe 8 years or 80000?
wakkaday21/09/2019 08:12

Is it worth leasing an electric car orBuying a used one? And how does it …Is it worth leasing an electric car orBuying a used one? And how does it work with mileage and the battery warranty? Is the car basically a paper weight once the battery expires as they are too expensive to relax, see e golfs on autotrader around 15-23k but with 20-30k mileage and vw battery warranty is I believe 8 years or 80000?


You appear to have answered your own question. You can buy new for £25-26k dependant on spec. And as you've seen, you can put 25k miles on it and still get most of your money back.

Good luck buying one for £15k as there are only two at £16k on Autotrader. The rest are £18k and upwards. Also bare in mind those 'cheap' cars have a smaller battery and lower powered motor than the newer e-Golfs.
Edited by: "Bouncypete" 21st Sep 2019
sgandtg21/09/2019 07:51

There are 5 settings, off and the 4 increasing levels of regeneration.


If there are it wasn't explained to me. I was just shown it to be controlled manually between D and B on the gear stick. Basically like an on and off.
Bouncypete21/09/2019 08:44

You appear to have answered your own question. You can buy new for £25-26k …You appear to have answered your own question. You can buy new for £25-26k dependant on spec. And as you've seen, you can put 25k miles on it and still get most of your money back.Good luck buying one for £15k as there are only two at £16k on Autotrader. The rest are £18k and upwards. Also bare in mind those 'cheap' cars have a smaller battery and lower powered motor than the newer e-Golfs.


Ok I was speaking loosely. Would you buy a used car? And what year or variant would you think is worth it
wakkaday21/09/2019 09:43

Ok I was speaking loosely. Would you buy a used car? And what year or …Ok I was speaking loosely. Would you buy a used car? And what year or variant would you think is worth it


Yes I would but a used car. Nearly ever car I've ever owned has been used.

That said I currently have a Skoda Octavia SE Tech on lease and it's been great.

I've also driven over 700 miles in an e-Golf and found it to be a superb car to drive.

When my lease ends in 13 months I'd be torn between buying an e-Golf or an Octavia. They are very different cars in size and initial cost but overall in terms of cost to own and drive they are closer than you'd think.
JPJPJP21/09/2019 07:33

I contacted my local vw who matched the what car offer (saving delivery …I contacted my local vw who matched the what car offer (saving delivery cost). VW Leicester for me



I did try that, but the closest they could get was £120 a month more than the whatcar/inchcape deal, it did include delivery though, to them of course
Belogical21/09/2019 04:45

From what I can see the Ioniq deal was a pricing error?


I applied for the Ioniq but the story I got was that there were only 20 available nationwide. I was too late. A few were advertising it so not sure it was the brokers data collecting but someone somewhere got a little too excited.

It got me twitching at trying EV ownership though. Need a replacement by Jan which is a pain seeing early 2020 seems to have a few new EV models hitting the roads
Edited by: "Street" 21st Sep 2019
Rather have the Harley
Mungus21/09/2019 09:37

If there are it wasn't explained to me. I was just shown it to be …If there are it wasn't explained to me. I was just shown it to be controlled manually between D and B on the gear stick. Basically like an on and off.


When in b, nudge the "gearstick" left or right to adjust the regeneration
Really bad deal
sgandtg21/09/2019 14:45

When in b, nudge the "gearstick" left or right to adjust the regeneration …When in b, nudge the "gearstick" left or right to adjust the regeneration


Ah cheers. The sales guy clearly didn't know this. I did wonder what that was for. Lol.
Just signed up for a lease with Inchcape. They couldn’t match this offer or that from select but they could supply the car within the week. So signed up.
For what it’s worth here are the comparisons I found. Someone may find them useful;
This was on 5k annual mileage for 2 year contract
Inchcape deposit £1890. £210 per month. 0. Fees overall £6930
Select; Deposit £1782. £198 per month £195 plus vat for fees. Overall £6768
Lease hub Deposit £1845 £205 per month £300 fees. Overall £7065

Please also be aware that with Inchcape, the excess mileage was 5p plus vat and with others it was higher. So an extra 1k miles will cost £50 plus vat in penalty. Hmmmm
Going off the figures alone this offer posted is best offer and I wish I had seen it in time to make the enquiry. That said, select car leasing couldn’t supply a car for 12 weeks nor could another company. So this worked for me. I also prefer to see people face to face and do the deal.
I did find that the sales people are not clued up on the information and had to keep referring back to others.
Such as, how long before it will need servicing? How much will it cost? What is the insurance group? Are charging points free? How much does a charging point cost? How long will it take to install?
Finally I have signed on the dotted line with the best deal but hopefully will enjoy it now rather than 12 weeks time.
Who knows what happens next as they are taking lots of orders for the next gen of battery cars.
For what it’s worth, I wouldn’t buy at this stage as I think there will be lots of improvements in the next few years and these models will quickly become obsolete or collectors items- but I’m no expert
Phantom21/09/2019 16:04

Just signed up for a lease with Inchcape. They couldn’t match this offer o …Just signed up for a lease with Inchcape. They couldn’t match this offer or that from select but they could supply the car within the week. So signed up. For what it’s worth here are the comparisons I found. Someone may find them useful;This was on 5k annual mileage for 2 year contractInchcape deposit £1890. £210 per month. 0. Fees overall £6930Select; Deposit £1782. £198 per month £195 plus vat for fees. Overall £6768Lease hub Deposit £1845 £205 per month £300 fees. Overall £7065Please also be aware that with Inchcape, the excess mileage was 5p plus vat and with others it was higher. So an extra 1k miles will cost £50 plus vat in penalty. HmmmmGoing off the figures alone this offer posted is best offer and I wish I had seen it in time to make the enquiry. That said, select car leasing couldn’t supply a car for 12 weeks nor could another company. So this worked for me. I also prefer to see people face to face and do the deal.I did find that the sales people are not clued up on the information and had to keep referring back to others.Such as, how long before it will need servicing? How much will it cost? What is the insurance group? Are charging points free? How much does a charging point cost? How long will it take to install?Finally I have signed on the dotted line with the best deal but hopefully will enjoy it now rather than 12 weeks time.Who knows what happens next as they are taking lots of orders for the next gen of battery cars.For what it’s worth, I wouldn’t buy at this stage as I think there will be lots of improvements in the next few years and these models will quickly become obsolete or collectors items- but I’m no expert



Jetfinance, this threads provider also quoted the 5p+vat excess mileage charge.

The inchcape deal, the original one at least, was for collection but no broker fee. (Inchcape Cheltenham had the same price as inchcape Stockport but included delivery? although they never replied to either of my enquiry’s?)

This thread/deal includes delivery which sealed it for me
Phantom21/09/2019 16:04

Just signed up for a lease with Inchcape. They couldn’t match this offer o …Just signed up for a lease with Inchcape. They couldn’t match this offer or that from select but they could supply the car within the week. So signed up. For what it’s worth here are the comparisons I found. Someone may find them useful;This was on 5k annual mileage for 2 year contractInchcape deposit £1890. £210 per month. 0. Fees overall £6930Select; Deposit £1782. £198 per month £195 plus vat for fees. Overall £6768Lease hub Deposit £1845 £205 per month £300 fees. Overall £7065Please also be aware that with Inchcape, the excess mileage was 5p plus vat and with others it was higher. So an extra 1k miles will cost £50 plus vat in penalty. HmmmmGoing off the figures alone this offer posted is best offer and I wish I had seen it in time to make the enquiry. That said, select car leasing couldn’t supply a car for 12 weeks nor could another company. So this worked for me. I also prefer to see people face to face and do the deal.I did find that the sales people are not clued up on the information and had to keep referring back to others.Such as, how long before it will need servicing? How much will it cost? What is the insurance group? Are charging points free? How much does a charging point cost? How long will it take to install?Finally I have signed on the dotted line with the best deal but hopefully will enjoy it now rather than 12 weeks time.Who knows what happens next as they are taking lots of orders for the next gen of battery cars.For what it’s worth, I wouldn’t buy at this stage as I think there will be lots of improvements in the next few years and these models will quickly become obsolete or collectors items- but I’m no expert


Might be your circumstances that you need a car pretty soon but your paying more, for half the mileage against this deal.
Appreciate, however, the speed of delivery might be more important to you
Mungus21/09/2019 09:37

If there are it wasn't explained to me. I was just shown it to be …If there are it wasn't explained to me. I was just shown it to be controlled manually between D and B on the gear stick. Basically like an on and off.


You keep hitting the gear stick left to increase the aggressiveness of the regen
E-Golf was a compromise to get an electric car on the road before the 'designed to be electric' ID models. Short range and mediocre performance as well as very expensive. If you must try one I'd advise leasing/PCP so you're not stuck with very old tech. and an ageing battery in 2 or 3 years time. It's on run-out now. Best argument for one is to beat congestion charges or if you're determined to save the planet single handed!

Electric cars are advancing rapidly but a fully objective financial analysis usually suggests they still don't make sense for most users. Also the charging network is very poor/fragmented/unreliable too so lots of range anxiety if you want to take one on a longer journey. A friend took a Zoe (loves it locally) away for a weekend break and his wife wrked out that they spent 11 hours searching for charge points and then using them!

A true hybrid with electric power locally and an on-board ICE engine for longer journeys is probably going to be the best compromise for some time yet.
defgimp21/09/2019 04:43

I originally enquired on the e-golf through the whatcar/inchcape deal a …I originally enquired on the e-golf through the whatcar/inchcape deal a few weeks ago, all that stopped me was the delivery charge which pushed that deal over £7100.The IONIQ deal was there, then wasn’t, then sort of reappeared at a different price and then wasn’t actually available, as I understand it?Don't personally like the IONIQ as much as the golf, but that’s just my opinion (haven’t driven one, but wouldn’t make a point of going to, if you see what I mean?)That deal from a few weeks back prompted me to go and drive the e-golf, which I actually quite liked it felt “quicker” from 0 to 60 than the figures suggest, wasn’t really timing it.I’m 6’5” and managed to drive it ok, the salesman sat behind me on the test drive, he didn’t have a lot of room but never expected him to We covered 16 miles but the range on the car only dropped 11 miles, not sure why? We didn’t drive it conservatively or any differently to normal? The car was only “half” charged when we took it out, if that made any difference to anything? (Perhaps it’s a feature that mimics Diesel engine tanks, in that, my tank seems to drop from full to half far quicker than it goes from half to empty?)lead time seems to be next year for the plain grey not sure about the metallics?I’m struggling to decide whether to lease or buy as these were/are (haven’t looked this week) available for just over £23k newdepreciation verses cost of lease seems very close to me based on a 2 year term, depends how long you want to keep one? (To me at least?


Same dilema. ID and loads of EVs out next year. Prob only want a 12month leave. EGolf will drop in price tho as being replaced. Hmmmmm
These look dire! I see one the other day and the colour was errr UNDERCOAT! What is all that about!
Edited by: "Mrepg" 22nd Sep 2019
Do you need car allowance from the company to get this deal?
Besford21/09/2019 20:03

Also the charging network is very poor/fragmented/unreliable too so lots …Also the charging network is very poor/fragmented/unreliable too so lots of range anxiety if you want to take one on a longer journey. A friend took a Zoe (loves it locally) away for a weekend break and his wife wrked out that they spent 11 hours searching for charge points and then using them!


This guy drove his Zoe from London to Croatia and back for his family holiday. He seemed to have managed perfectly fine.

twitter.com/tea…533
I ran the numbers for a previous e-golf thread, so probably worth copying here in case anyone is interested (the link formatting didn't copy so let me know if you want any of the source links):

The e-golf gets approximately 4 miles per kWh. Each kWh costs 5p if charged off-peak (4 hours each night) on an Octopus EV tariff.

So the e-golf would cost approximately 1.25p per mile to run.

The average petrol/diesel car costs approximately 12p-15p per mile in fuel according to gov.uk figures.

So you save approximately 12p per mile, or to put it another way: you save approximately £1000 per 8,000 miles that you drive when compared with an average petrol/diesel engine car.
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