VW Up! Car Leasing 59.99 a month for 24 months (1231.18 deposit with 23 months payments)- Includes Daytime running lights - total cost for 2 years £2610.95 by FREEDOM CONTRACTS
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VW Up! Car Leasing 59.99 a month for 24 months (1231.18 deposit with 23 months payments)- Includes Daytime running lights - total cost for 2 years £2610.95 by FREEDOM CONTRACTS

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Found 25th Jan 2013
Voted the World Small Car of the Year 2012, here is the best deal for the VW Up! that I have found.

Initial 1025.99 + vat non refundable deposit, with payments of 49.99+vat a month for the other 23 months. Servicing not included. It says business only but if you give them a call, it should be fine as it was on other deals through them.

The car has an insurance group rating of just 1, low running costs, and euro safety rating of 5 stars.

Mileage limit is 5000 miles/year. If you wish to look at a lower deposit, and/or higher mileage please go to the following link for other prices:
freedomcontracts.com/vie…961

I have used this company personally, they are very good, I leased a new Audi TT for 2 years and no charges for any damages were billed at the end of the lease. I do admit I kept it in a good condition though.

You don't have any equity in the car at the end like you might do on a PCP deal. But this is still a very good offer if you consider depreciation and financing costs.

Please be kind for any mistakes I might have made as this is the first deal I am posting!

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Do they pay for the servicing or is that down to you?

This works out at £108.79 per month over 24 months, just a few pence short of DOUBLE the amount you state AND it's for business customers.

Basically half the amount up front and the rest spread over 2 years for business customers probably more for personal deals.
Edited by: "siadwel" 25th Jan 2013

5,000 mile limit for 2 years?

No wonder it's so cheap, your just paying for the depreceation! 52p/mile before any fuel!

Who does 217 miles p/month?
Edited by: "Alistair1234" 25th Jan 2013

Plus its a business deal not a personal deal also smells like a spam

Alistair1234

5,000 mile limit for 2 years? No wonder it's so cheap, your just paying … 5,000 mile limit for 2 years? No wonder it's so cheap, your just paying for the depreceation! 52p/mile before any fuel!Who does 217 miles p/month?



Me running

"Includes daytime running lights" lol.

Original Poster

Alistair1234

5,000 mile limit for 2 years? No wonder it's so cheap, your just paying … 5,000 mile limit for 2 years? No wonder it's so cheap, your just paying for the depreceation! 52p/mile before any fuel!Who does 217 miles p/month?



Sorry it's 5000 miles per year. Edited.

Also, servicing is not included, but road tax is.

That picture is a golf!

For £500 more over the term you can get 10k miles a year with Lings.

Servicing is usually at around 12000 miles
You wouldn't have to worry about that seeing as you will only be doing 10000

mittromney

Servicing is usually at around 12000 milesYou wouldn't have to worry … Servicing is usually at around 12000 milesYou wouldn't have to worry about that seeing as you will only be doing 10000



It will be time / distance based so you will be required to have at least one, and possibly 2 services carried out during the term

I wouldn't be happy with that if id only driven 10k
Best to check.
Edited by: "mittromney" 25th Jan 2013

Alistair1234

5,000 mile limit for 2 years? No wonder it's so cheap, your just paying … 5,000 mile limit for 2 years? No wonder it's so cheap, your just paying for the depreceation! 52p/mile before any fuel!Who does 217 miles p/month?


I used to do 714 miles each month doing just 17 miles to work and the same again to get home. These days if you want to work you need to travel.

All cars have daytime lights if you switch them on. The only people who would want automatic lights are those idiots who won't put them on themselves in bad weather or in the evening.

jhnpb1

All cars have daytime lights if you switch them on. The only people who … All cars have daytime lights if you switch them on. The only people who would want automatic lights are those idiots who won't put them on themselves in bad weather or in the evening.



DRLs and 'automatic' lights are completely different things.

I agree your point re drivers with no lights though - AND people who use fogs unnecessarily (don't know how to turn them off?) after a slightly misty day.

jhnpb1

I used to do 714 miles each month doing just 17 miles to work and the … I used to do 714 miles each month doing just 17 miles to work and the same again to get home. These days if you want to work you need to travel.



You missed my point entirely, then agreed with it by saying 'these days if you want to work you need to travel'.

I'd imagine most people do at least 217 miles p/week never mind p/month, but it doesn't matter now as its 5,000 miles p/year so 434 miles p/week, but that is still very low for most.

This is not a very good deal. I just took this car (and the auto version too which costs £600 OTR extra) on my company leasing scheme. Paying £180/month incl insurance and maintenance and MOT, on 24 months hire contract with no upfront payment required. And no maximum mileage too.
Edited by: "boonkoh" 31st Jan 2013
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