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VW Golf GTI Performance 2.0 TSI 6speed 3DR Hatch @ UK Carline - £2,022.41 up Front / £224.71pm x 23 Months - Total Cost: £7,190.74
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VW Golf GTI Performance 2.0 TSI 6speed 3DR Hatch @ UK Carline - £2,022.41 up Front / £224.71pm x 23 Months - Total Cost: £7,190.74

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Posted 22nd Jan

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2 year lease with 5,000 miles a year allowed and they are £187.26 + VAT with £1685.34 + VAT up front! We’ve ordered one through the business but the guy told me they can do personal leasing as well. Company is UK Carline, looked after us anyway
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3 door! Very nice indeed. Just gotta up that milage. No fun owning this and only doing 5k a year in it.
Why would you go for this when you can get a Kia for half the price?!
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JPS22/01/2020 21:46

3 door! Very nice indeed. Just gotta up that milage. No fun owning this …3 door! Very nice indeed. Just gotta up that milage. No fun owning this and only doing 5k a year in it.


Strange, they stopped making the 3 door version quite a while ago.
DubDriver22/01/2020 21:57

Strange, they stopped making the 3 door version quite a while ago.


Good point, forgot about that. Last of the old stock they need to shift?
nitro22822/01/2020 21:54

Why would you go for this when you can get a Kia for half the price?!


They're completely different cars
Is it just me or does anyone else think that these offers with a measly 5,000 annual milage aren't really that great? I personally clock up way more than that and would really struggle with such a low allowance!
paullt3422/01/2020 22:56

Is it just me or does anyone else think that these offers with a measly …Is it just me or does anyone else think that these offers with a measly 5,000 annual milage aren't really that great? I personally clock up way more than that and would really struggle with such a low allowance!


You can always pay more and have extra mileage, but obviously the lease company factors in that they are going to sell a car with 20k miles after 2 years for a lot less than a car with 10k miles.

Personally I live/work in the same city and the family runs 2 cars so 5k miles is not out of the question.

If you so go over the mileage, it is only about 5-7p per mile you have to pay on top. It normally doesn't work out a hell of a lot different than paying up front for a higher mileage. The only difference is that if you pay up front for more miles and you actually do less, there is no chance of any refund.

As with all deals, check the small print, look at your driving history, bash it into a calculator and see if it works for you.
Edited by: "boostii" 22nd Jan
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