VW Golf 2.0 TDi GTDi Mk7. Lease for 2 years at £276 inc VAT per month @ Niche Automotive
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VW Golf 2.0 TDi GTDi Mk7. Lease for 2 years at £276 inc VAT per month @ Niche Automotive

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Found 9th Apr 2013
I know most people won't like this deal but for those who are interested in leasing cars this seems like a good deal for this version of the new Golf. This is for a 10,000 mile a year deal over 2 years.

VW Golf MK7 2.0 TDi GTD
Includes: 18" Nogaro alloy wheels, Composition Media System (CMS), GTD styling pack GTI/GTD sports suspension, Grey 'Jacara' cloth with GTD logo, Leather trimmed three-spoke multifunction steering wheel with GTD logo, Parking sensors, front and rear, Bluetooth.

19 Comments

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Good deal.

Madness. I've leased an SLK for the same term with less upfront with servicing and 3 grand change.

I think the real question would be would you lose £8000 on this car if you bought it out right. At around £24,000 to buy, I think you'd almost certainly would. Then there's the interest of having to finance the £24,000. So HOT from me to. Cold voters probably don't know the cost of these cars.

TheKingOfHearts

Madness. I've leased an SLK for the same term with less upfront with … Madness. I've leased an SLK for the same term with less upfront with servicing and 3 grand change.



Seems like they do an SLK for less if that's your thing.
nicheleasing.co.uk/Mer…SLK

However that a 2 star car compared to a Gold GTDi which is a 5 star car according to What-Car?
whatcar.com/car…slk
whatcar.com/car…olf
Edited by: "Zuulan" 9th Apr 2013

10,000 limit in a diesel?

Zuulan

I think the real question would be would you lose £8000 on this car if … I think the real question would be would you lose £8000 on this car if you bought it out right. At around £24,000 to buy, I think you'd almost certainly would. Then there's the interest of having to finance the £24,000. So HOT from me to. Cold voters probably don't know the cost of these cars.



Dunno but Golf GTD's & GTi's are some of the lowest depreciating new cars you can buy.

OP needs to change the title, it's GTD not GTDi.

Adidas Addict

Dunno but Golf GTD's & GTi's are some of the lowest depreciating new cars … Dunno but Golf GTD's & GTi's are some of the lowest depreciating new cars you can buy.


I bought my MK6 GTD for £19,000 last year when it was 2 years old, so factoring in options it only lost about £6k in the first 2 years.

wats the upfront cost and the cost u have to pay for after 2 years if u want to buy it

Pindi

I bought my MK6 GTD for £19,000 last year when it was 2 years old, so … I bought my MK6 GTD for £19,000 last year when it was 2 years old, so factoring in options it only lost about £6k in the first 2 years.



Where did you buy it from? The price you payed is not the price the first owner got for selling the car for no doubt they sold it for considerably less or maybe part exchanged it.

£8k for a 2 yr rent? Thats the problem with people today, no sense of value.

very good price, I work in the VW network and this is cheaper than I can get it on the staff scheme!!!!.

Would you need gap insurance for the lease ? and could you insure through normal insurance company's Like Aviva, direct line etc ? At work they lease the cars and I have heard some horror stories when the come to pick up the cars they do a inspection and any dents scratches damage to alloys are added up and these came to £2000 +. And the car did not look that bad !

stu83

£8k for a 2 yr rent? Thats the problem with people today, no sense of … £8k for a 2 yr rent? Thats the problem with people today, no sense of value.



Indeed, 4K a year on a car that's not even yours. It's only a golf too!
Edited by: "nalag" 9th Apr 2013

jasonh1339

Where did you buy it from? The price you payed is not the price the first … Where did you buy it from? The price you payed is not the price the first owner got for selling the car for no doubt they sold it for considerably less or maybe part exchanged it.


Golf GTDs hold their value better than most cars on the market. Looking around for equivalent spec. GTDs at time, leather, 18s etc were at least £1k more. I can sell mine now for at least £17k.
I bought it from a trade seller who sells his cars from his mansion.
Edited by: "Pindi" 10th Apr 2013

To clear things up, when I said this:

Dunno but Golf GTD's & GTi's are some of the lowest depreciating new … Dunno but Golf GTD's & GTi's are some of the lowest depreciating new cars you can buy.



I was saying they hold the value better than most cars on the market.

Losing £4k a year on a car isn't much
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