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VW Golf 3 Door 2.0 TSI 245 6speed GTI Performance - 24 Month Lease - 5k miles p/a £796 initial + 23x £265 + £198 admin £7089 @ gateway2lease
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VW Golf 3 Door 2.0 TSI 245 6speed GTI Performance - 24 Month Lease - 5k miles p/a £796 initial + 23x £265 + £198 admin £7089 @ gateway2lease

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Posted 1st Aug 2019

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245ps - 6 speed Manual
0-60 = 6.0 seconds
2 year lease 5k miles p/a (3+23)
£796 initial
£198 admin fee
23 monthly payments of £265
works out at 21.5% of £33k list price
options for extra miles / maintenance / extras etc
standard spec is really good on these


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Standard items of equipment
  • 18" 'Parker' Alloy Wheels with 'GTI' lowered sports suspension
  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) including Front Assist, and City Emergency braking
  • LED headlights with dynamic curve lighting and LED daytime lights
  • 'Jacara Red' cloth upholstery and unique 'GTI' instrument cluster
  • 'GTI' Styling pack & badging with a uniquely shaped front and rear bumper and rear diffuser in 'Black'
  • Discover Navigation infotainment system with: 8.0" colour touch screen and Car-Net 'Guide and inform'
  • Active Info Display, 12.3" high resolution TFT dash display, with customisable information
  • Climate control
  • Heated front seats
  • front and rear sensors
  • winter pack
  • stop start / keyless entry
  • car net app connect
  • lane assist
  • electric folding mirrors
  • heated washer jets
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It is sometimes cheaper to pay the excess mileage charge than it is to pay the initial rental for the higher mileage! Anyone taking out a lease I would advise you look into!


Example on my current car (Golf GTI)
10k Miles = £285 per month
15k Miles= £333 per month

I planned on doing 15k miles a year. If I was paying £333 a month vs the extra 0.05p per a mile (5k miles a year @ £250) vs a difference of £83 per month over 2 years I am actually saving £1492 over the agreement!

I would advise everyone to look at the costs for the lowest mileage and then work out the cost per a extra mile to the higher mileage rate in the first place!!

PS most lease companies advise first 9999 miles OVER YOUR AGREES MILEAGE at the lower rate and anything OVER 9999 miles at a higher rate of a extra few pence!
LOOP HOLE!
Not bad for a golf but the Leon is the better deal in terms of bang for buck
This is an AWESOME deal! I think as many people as possible should lease this ASAP 100%...
That will help to ensure there is a steady supply when I want to buy one when they are 3 years old, thanks .
5k miles is nothing really!
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Looks pretty nice. I’m sure someone more educated will come along with some wise comments below.
Edited by: "donny1266" 1st Aug 2019
Not bad for a golf but the Leon is the better deal in terms of bang for buck
It is sometimes cheaper to pay the excess mileage charge than it is to pay the initial rental for the higher mileage! Anyone taking out a lease I would advise you look into!


Example on my current car (Golf GTI)
10k Miles = £285 per month
15k Miles= £333 per month

I planned on doing 15k miles a year. If I was paying £333 a month vs the extra 0.05p per a mile (5k miles a year @ £250) vs a difference of £83 per month over 2 years I am actually saving £1492 over the agreement!

I would advise everyone to look at the costs for the lowest mileage and then work out the cost per a extra mile to the higher mileage rate in the first place!!

PS most lease companies advise first 9999 miles OVER YOUR AGREES MILEAGE at the lower rate and anything OVER 9999 miles at a higher rate of a extra few pence!
LOOP HOLE!
5k miles is nothing really!
Also after many years of leasing ALD are the best finance provider. They generally charge the lower rate for pence per a mile and they have £0 admin charges for putting a number plate on retention etc. Most lease companies have a number of different finance providers so always ask and see what the best deals are.
brands901/08/2019 15:05

5k miles is nothing really!


It is enough for some probably.
dan.kordowski01/08/2019 15:01

It is sometimes cheaper to pay the excess mileage charge than it is to pay …It is sometimes cheaper to pay the excess mileage charge than it is to pay the initial rental for the higher mileage! Anyone taking out a lease I would advise you look into! Example on my current car (Golf GTI)10k Miles = £285 per month 15k Miles= £333 per monthI planned on doing 15k miles a year. If I was paying £333 a month vs the extra 0.05p per a mile (5k miles a year @ £250) vs a difference of £83 per month over 2 years I am actually saving £1492 over the agreement! I would advise everyone to look at the costs for the lowest mileage and then work out the cost per a extra mile to the higher mileage rate in the first place!! PS most lease companies advise first 9999 miles OVER YOUR AGREES MILEAGE at the lower rate and anything OVER 9999 miles at a higher rate of a extra few pence! LOOP HOLE!


That only works if the broker allows unlimited excess mileage. Many have closed the loophole to 10% of the original term mileage set.
5000 miles
33k list price as well
Edited by: "jaydrs" 1st Aug 2019
Is there an easy way to figure out what sort of depreciation will be after 2 years and 10k or so miles. I think new shape (mk8) is due to be released soon. And after 2 years it'll be not just 2 years old but also older shape.

I am trying to weigh out lease Vs buying outright.
twisterteddy01/08/2019 15:27

Is there an easy way to figure out what sort of depreciation will be after …Is there an easy way to figure out what sort of depreciation will be after 2 years and 10k or so miles. I think new shape (mk8) is due to be released soon. And after 2 years it'll be not just 2 years old but also older shape.I am trying to weigh out lease Vs buying outright.


£14,150.
twisterteddy01/08/2019 15:27

Is there an easy way to figure out what sort of depreciation will be after …Is there an easy way to figure out what sort of depreciation will be after 2 years and 10k or so miles. I think new shape (mk8) is due to be released soon. And after 2 years it'll be not just 2 years old but also older shape.I am trying to weigh out lease Vs buying outright.


Hang on - I’ll just polish my crystal ball

How did you work that out ?
m5rcc01/08/2019 15:30

Click on the link?


Thanks kinda what I was looking for...
jaydrs01/08/2019 15:29

Hang on - I’ll just polish my crystal ball


Your ball support predictive price modeling ? If not, your balls are useless.
brands901/08/2019 15:05

5k miles is nothing really!


Try to do it then without car.
m5rcc01/08/2019 15:31

Kinda?


I'm not sure if factors in the shape change depreciation?
This might be the best deal around at the moment for a GTI, but in the past there have certainly been better deals on the Golf R available.
twisterteddy01/08/2019 15:33

I'm not sure if factors in the shape change depreciation?


Yup they should do. I'm getting grief on the Leon lease because they don't believe the price because of said factors!
iambigred01/08/2019 15:33

This might be the best deal around at the moment for a GTI, but in the …This might be the best deal around at the moment for a GTI, but in the past there have certainly been better deals on the Golf R available.


Better in comparison or cheaper?
The cupra 290 is a much better performance car for less money and a greater mileage allowance. Dont be a badge snob and plump for the cupra (I've had my cupra 280 for 3 years now, its great)
21% but only 5k miles. Still voted hot. Would have loved the winter pack on the golf R I had
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iambigred01/08/2019 15:33

This might be the best deal around at the moment for a GTI, but in the …This might be the best deal around at the moment for a GTI, but in the past there have certainly been better deals on the Golf R available.


Can you go back in time and sort me one? Thanks!
petergriffin3201/08/2019 16:13

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...one can always walk, it's definitely cheaper and above average
Edited by: "BS_Man" 1st Aug 2019
7.2p per mile over the allowance .. so 5k extra miles would cost £360 at the end of the lease .. or £15 per month .. that’s one way to look at it
This is an AWESOME deal! I think as many people as possible should lease this ASAP 100%...
That will help to ensure there is a steady supply when I want to buy one when they are 3 years old, thanks .
Epic car, so much fun to drive. The LSD makes such a difference when pulling away in the wet, even if you're being quite brutal with the throttle. I prefer it to the Golf R, both are proper license losers though!
They do not make a 3-door version anymore and stop start / keyless entry was removed as an option on 3-door models a while before that so, must be quite old stock or maybe should be 5-door?
Edited by: "DubDriver" 1st Aug 2019
petergriffin3201/08/2019 16:13

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Depends on what you call "average".. for a lot of people a brand new Golf GTI is a touch above the average (which is a probably 3 year old Focus)... my current car does an average of about 4,000 miles pa, because I have another vehicle...

..and besides, buy that (or any other £30k car) and you will have lost around £15k in depreciation in those same two years, hire this and it'll cost you £7k....

Personal leasing used to be a bad idea for most people, however in the current climate its a good option depending on you individual circumstances.
Mk 8 golf should be coming. 2020 model
I'm sure that's the not car in the pic.
5k miles a year will be difficult. I live 2.7 miles from my office AND I sometimes only have to travel there 2,3, maybe 4 days a week and I'm about to hit 4k for my first year with my CX5.
DingIs01/08/2019 17:14

Depends on what you call "average".. for a lot of people a brand new Golf …Depends on what you call "average".. for a lot of people a brand new Golf GTI is a touch above the average (which is a probably 3 year old Focus)... my current car does an average of about 4,000 miles pa, because I have another vehicle.....and besides, buy that (or any other £30k car) and you will have lost around £15k in depreciation in those same two years, hire this and it'll cost you £7k....Personal leasing used to be a bad idea for most people, however in the current climate its a good option depending on you individual circumstances.


It seems that every second car on the road is a golf... they are so common and all look alike.

Im out!
hielliot01/08/2019 18:59

It seems that every second car on the road is a golf... they are so common …It seems that every second car on the road is a golf... they are so common and all look alike. Im out!


All Golfs look alike?! No way that’s mental
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