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VW GOLF MK7 1.6 TDI 105 Match 5DR Personal Lease £110.05P/m 24 Months £4531.14 @ nationalvehiclesolutions
VW GOLF MK7 1.6 TDI 105 Match 5DR Personal Lease £110.05P/m 24 Months £4531.14 @ nationalvehiclesolutions

VW GOLF MK7 1.6 TDI 105 Match 5DR Personal Lease £110.05P/m 24 Months £4531.14 @ nationalvehiclesolutions

Buy forBuy forBuy for£4,531.14
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5,000miles
personal lease including vat
Initial Renta £1,800.00 INCL VAT + 23 x £110.05 + Admin fee £199.99 = 4531.14

£3809.32 business deal

14 Comments

would of thought anyone wanting a diesel would be doing more than 5k a year

mightyforest

would of thought anyone wanting a diesel would be doing more than 5k a … would of thought anyone wanting a diesel would be doing more than 5k a year



did you mean wood of thought?

mightyforest

would of thought anyone wanting a diesel would be doing more than 5k a … would of thought anyone wanting a diesel would be doing more than 5k a year



Diesels are generally cheaper to lease due to the residual value.

quidstretchy

did you mean wood of thought?



errr no

where are the golf R deals when you want them lol

5k, lol. they make these deals look cheap on the surface, then bill the heck out of you for going over your agreed mileage. cold as its essentially a con.

bouncy99

5k, lol. they make these deals look cheap on the surface, then bill the … 5k, lol. they make these deals look cheap on the surface, then bill the heck out of you for going over your agreed mileage. cold as its essentially a con.



The ones I've seen recently have only been 4-6p a mile extra, so it pays to go for the cheaper 5k deal and just pay the extra rather than selected the higher miles at the beginning.

For that price I'd rather look for a decent secondhand car.

oddballjamie

The ones I've seen recently have only been 4-6p a mile extra, so it pays … The ones I've seen recently have only been 4-6p a mile extra, so it pays to go for the cheaper 5k deal and just pay the extra rather than selected the higher miles at the beginning.

the point being, this isnt a deal if you need something that goes more than 5k without a charge.

bouncy99

the point being, this isnt a deal if you need something that goes more … the point being, this isnt a deal if you need something that goes more than 5k without a charge.



Even if you own the car outright it's still going to cost more with increased mileage.

mightyforest

errr no



try: "would have thought" then.

Edited by: "Besford" 5th Dec 2014

Besford

try: "would have thought" then.


Bingo !

Sadly, the 1.6 TDi is slow. To get any meaningful acceleration out of it (such as for overtaking) you need to work the gearbox and hold on to high revs. The 2 litre is much better to drive, and with good economy as well. But this deal is cold - I do a modest amount of driving, but even that works out at around 8k/year. Rather pointless getting a car to do so few miles in it. It's essentially just an ornament.

Horrible engine
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