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VW Golf GTI 5dr new £229 + VAT PM for 36m £9892.80 @ VEHICLE CONTRACTS
VW Golf GTI 5dr new £229 + VAT PM for 36m £9892.80 @ VEHICLE CONTRACTS

VW Golf GTI 5dr new £229 + VAT PM for 36m £9892.80 @ VEHICLE CONTRACTS

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peanut_butter23

Would it not be better to finance instead? In 3 years you would have … Would it not be better to finance instead? In 3 years you would have spent 60% of full cost and you didn't own any of it.



​These are close to 28k new, where are they available for 18k?
Edited by: "master10" 14th Jun
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£229 is for business lease with 10k miles pa and a deposit of £1374 + VAT. Personal lease working out at £276 pm with same mileage and £1656 initial deposit.

I do like the 2017 face lift.
Edited by: "chamblacha" 13th Jun

Would it not be better to finance instead? In 3 years you would have spent 60% of full cost and you didn't own any of it.

peanut_butter23

Would it not be better to finance instead? In 3 years you would have … Would it not be better to finance instead? In 3 years you would have spent 60% of full cost and you didn't own any of it.



​These are close to 28k new, where are they available for 18k?
Edited by: "master10" 14th Jun

Cold from me.

I'm paying £269 on a 1+23, 5dr (Facelift) DSG @ 10k p/a so not particularly a deal unfortunately. (I even paid a little over the odds to get a Sep delivery).

master1013 h, 42 m ago

​These are close to 28k new, where are they available for 18k?



That's RRP - you can get close to 2.5K off that without too much trouble which means you would be looking to sell at 15.5K after 3 years to break even - can see traders selling quite a bit higher than that mark and even with their margins taken into account, so like 'orrible it's cold from me too. Maybe m5rcc will pop by soon and give you a better deal link soon.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 14th Jun

Bertz99

That's RRP - you can get close to 2.5K off that without too much trouble … That's RRP - you can get close to 2.5K off that without too much trouble which means you would be looking to sell at 15.5K after 3 years to break even - can see traders selling quite a bit higher than that mark and even with their margins taken into account, so like 'orrible it's cold from me too. Maybe m5rcc will pop by soon and give you a better deal link soon.



​2.5k off still isnt just over 16k though is it. I never said it was hot, but I want to know where these can be bought for that price new so I can get one. Think people know no better and think its a standard golf.

master101 h, 0 m ago

​2.5k off still isnt just over 16k though is it. I never said it was hot, b …​2.5k off still isnt just over 16k though is it. I never said it was hot, but I want to know where these can be bought for that price new so I can get one. Think people know no better and think its a standard golf.


Don't get your point - peanut is saying would it not be better to buy rather than lease in this example. Doing the maths means you need to consider the new cost (realistic not RRP although sure no dealer would complain if you wanted to pay that) and compare its residue value at the end of the lease (again realistically) albeit I was over quoting its predicted depreciation as this model is estimated, on low mileage (compared to high I gave), to hold significantly more value. Not sure where anyone has said you can buy this brand new at either 16 or 18k.

Edited by: "Bertz99" 14th Jun

Bertz99

Don't get your point - peanut is saying would it not be better to buy … Don't get your point - peanut is saying would it not be better to buy rather than lease in this example. Doing the maths means you need to consider the new cost (realistic not RRP although sure no dealer would complain if you wanted to pay that) and compare its residue value at the end of the lease (again realistically) albeit I was over quoting its predicted depreciation as this model is estimated, on low mileage (compared to high I gave), to hold significantly more value. Not sure where anyone has said you can buy this brand new at either 16 or 18k.



​Peanut said "in 3 years you would have spent 60% of full cost and you didnt own any of it". Thats pretty simple maths to me. £9289.80/0.6=£16488. Now please show me where I can buy for that price. Even at 25k list prices, this isnt 60% cost over 3 years.

master109 h, 12 m ago

​Peanut said "in 3 years you would have spent 60% of full cost and you d …​Peanut said "in 3 years you would have spent 60% of full cost and you didnt own any of it". Thats pretty simple maths to me. £9289.80/0.6=£16488. Now please show me where I can buy for that price. Even at 25k list prices, this isnt 60% cost over 3 years.



yeah ok I just took that as he mixed up the 40/60 split the wrong way meaning he was 20% out although being fair your 28K is roughly 10% out. However I thought there was merit in the question he was asking, in this example, albeit agree 60% isn't correct.

Avallon

I'm paying £269 on a 1+23, 5dr (Facelift) DSG @ 10k p/a so not … I'm paying £269 on a 1+23, 5dr (Facelift) DSG @ 10k p/a so not particularly a deal unfortunately. (I even paid a little over the odds to get a Sep delivery).


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