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Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI S Line 4dr [Leather/Alc] Lease 8k/pa 6 + 23 * £196.7 @ What Car
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Found 18th Dec 2017Found 18th Dec 2017
Seen as Audi lease deals are the rave, I found the following if your mileage is within 8000 miles/year There's no fee mentioned but I wouldn't assume the absence of one means it's… Read more

Tank on wheels, no torque, poor clutch

jaydeeuk118th Dec

No virtual cockpit (which is awesome), fancy 3d satnav with google maps, …No virtual cockpit (which is awesome), fancy 3d satnav with google maps, audi connect or wireless charging (£1450 extra). If they aren't important then not a bad price, otherwise this is better value imo https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/audi-a4-14t-fsi-s-line-wtech-pack-alcantra-leather-923-lease-657424-chl-contracts-2858059#comment-32799609


I have the virtual cockpit on my 2016 A3 S-line which is brilliant.The satnav takes me around the houses a bit for some reason but having 95% of the dashboard screen as a satnav is great. My favourite bit of technology is talking to the car to send text messages and seeing my inbox on the smaller pop up screen.

cactusbrandy18th Dec

Anyone want to play lease deal bingo?* Do I get the deposit back?* Do I …Anyone want to play lease deal bingo?* Do I get the deposit back?* Do I keep the car?* I can get a used car for less* Do I have to fix scratches?* Is insurance included?* Mileage is too lowI'd offer prizes for closest post number for each, but responses alone should be reward enough...


You forgot I'd rather keep my 25 year old Vauxhall Nova as it's a joy to drive.

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DealHunting1231 h, 12 m ago

OK have been in touch with Audi MK.Have placed order - you can get 10k …OK have been in touch with Audi MK.Have placed order - you can get 10k miles p/a for c.£202 a month - with 6 months up front 0 ends up being c.£5877 in total.


Extra c£170 for 4000 miles, good deal.

OK have been in touch with Audi MK.

Have placed order - you can get 10k miles p/a for c.£202 a month - with 6 months up front 0 ends up being c.£5877 in total.
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Skoda Fabia Hatchback 36 Month Personal Lease, 8k Miles per Year, 3+35 £142.81
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Found 21st Nov 2017Found 21st Nov 2017
Thought this was a reasonable deal. Includes free UK-wide delivery, road tax, warranty and breakdown. Two lease options: 36 months (3+35), Initial payment £428.43, £142.81 per… Read more

Moonwolf197639 m ago

Not touching. My friend had one and the gearbox 1st gear went on 35k, got …Not touching. My friend had one and the gearbox 1st gear went on 35k, got quotes for 2k to fix it, apparently a common fault, but with anyone of 6 plastic part in the gear box! All has to be dismantled


This is a 3 year lease at 8k miles p.a. so 24k miles in total. You'd have a manufacturers warranty for the entire term so that shouldn't be an issue.

Not touching. My friend had one and the gearbox 1st gear went on 35k, got quotes for 2k to fix it, apparently a common fault, but with anyone of 6 plastic part in the gear box! All has to be dismantled

Q Skoda jokes.

These lease deals you are not buying the Car. What this deal means is you pay for what they calculate the Car will depreciate over the lease.
So in this instance the Skoda will lose 5,400 quid while you have pleasure of driving a (joke) Skoda Car!

5.5 grand for a skoda and 8000 miles a year BARGAIN NOT !!!!
Volvo V40 Hatchback T2 [122] Momentum 5dr - 2 Year Lease - 8k miles per annum - £138p/m + £828 initial rental (£4002 total) @ What Car Magazine
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Cheapest lease for this car by a large margin. 24 months (6+23) 8,000mpa Initial rental £828.00 Monthly Rental £138.00 (Inc VAT) Total over 2 years: £4002 The dealer also has N… Read more

neo44037th Nov

Can you please share the link?




I believe he is on an old one as I signed up for the same 18 months ago.

Original Poster

New lease deal available on this car. Lots of mileage options available from the same broker over a 2 year lease (9+23):

hotukdeals.com/dea…256

5k - £3976
8k - £4317
10k - £4545

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seelphed_vr1 h, 5 m ago

Deal is not available anymore. Who was the dealer?


Ray Chapman Motors York

Deal is not available anymore. Who was the dealer?

smellyonion14 h, 13 m ago

I pay 119 for a c1 but no initial rental and 10k. Motoring on an iPhone …I pay 119 for a c1 but no initial rental and 10k. Motoring on an iPhone x contract.


Can you please share the link?
Kia Stonic Estate 36 Month Personal Lease, 10k Miles per Year, 6+35 £158.56 @ Wessex Kia
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Thought this was a reasonable deal for a three year lease with 10k a year mileage. 6+35 months. So £951.34 upfront followed by 35 months at £158.56. Total cost for three years: … Read more

Would be interesting to see whether carleasespy rates the 'Stonic', they haven't done a feature on value crossovers/SUVs yet

Ralph88825th Oct

I agree with you, according to the website the name is derived from the …I agree with you, according to the website the name is derived from the words "speedy" and "tonic".


Ralph88825th Oct

I agree with you, according to the website the name is derived from the …I agree with you, according to the website the name is derived from the words "speedy" and "tonic".

...or anything beginning with the letter ‘S’ and ‘tonic’...

admpgk21 h, 49 m ago

As far as I'm aware the terms of the Kia warranty as set out below is not …As far as I'm aware the terms of the Kia warranty as set out below is not greatly different from that provided by other manufacturers in the terms of the scope of what's covered. Where it does differ is that it lasts for up to 100K miles/7 years. No matter how flawed this is, it's surely still better than what's provided by other manufacturers?"Some items have a natural limited life/durability and are therefore covered for less than 7 years. These items include (but are not restricted to) consumable parts such as worn windscreen wiper blades, clutch linings, etc. The car battery is warranted for 2 years, the audio system for 3 years/60,000 miles and the car paint for 5 years/100,000 miles. For all other components, the total cost of parts and labour associated with any car warranty insurance claim are covered."


Well iirc Vauxhall pulled theirs because people started complaining after it was dubbed “lifetime” and it was only some stuff and only to 100k I believe.

M_z26th Oct

That is a really good factual summary. Your previous used car strategy …That is a really good factual summary. Your previous used car strategy would probably have made more financial sense if you had kept the car up to 100K miles though. The depreciation from a 5 year old car with 60k, to a 9 year old with 100k isn't that much - and you'd have had more value from the servicing/adhoc repairs. There is a common perception that cars all go expensively wrong after 60K, and I am not sure this is really true if they are looked after.I've always thought that leases make lots of sense if you want a newish car with fixed running costs. When it comes to owning a car, I buy high mileage 100K plus, 1 owner and full main dealer history. For me that's the sweet spot of reliability, its buy cheap, sell cheap and don't worry about depreciation. Obviously there is a risk of a massive garage bill, but I've never actually had one.




Yes maybe I did sell prematurely but I was more of the opinion I held on too long, when I sold it there was 74K miles on the clock, I had put 60k of those on there, If I had sold it earlier then about £1500 worth of expenditure would not of been required, but having spent it as you say I should of got my moneys worth out of it, my concern was what if something even bigger went next time, then I would of had to hold on to it a long time to recoup my money, its always a gamble and in the end leasing at least gave some kind of control over this cost.

I've been offered it in sienna brown. Not sure about that colour at all. You need to pay more for colour choice. Also there's a 14-16 week lead time.
Nissan Leaf Hatchback Acenta 5dr Auto PCH 6 + 23 * £166.16/pm 8k miles/pa £4818.64 @ Whatcar
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This is a lease/PCH deal for an electric car, so it's a niche of a niche in terms of who it will appeal to. The Acenta one step above the very basic model of the Leaf (Visia) so m… Read more

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be_vigilant2 h, 49 m ago

new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range …new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range is not a massive upgrade to what we already have. I am now on the lookout for a lease as above for a couple of years then I will buy a Tesla M3


The below taken from BBC article suggests it could be 235 miles, if we presume Europe refers to NEDC cycle. Begs the question why tests vary so much between US and Japan to come up with a difference of 100 miles on the range!

Are U.S tests more stringent, which is good if it more closely mimics real life riving situations. Quite surprising if that is the case as the beating heart of the capitalist world would've had to take on the automakers lobby.
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be_vigilant2 h, 5 m ago

new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range …new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range is not a massive upgrade to what we already have. I am now on the lookout for a lease as above for a couple of years then I will buy a Tesla M3



you're right. just checked it out. bit naff so I'm hoping even better deals are available for current gen Leaf to try and shift them.

If you're in the U.S, not sure why you would go for for a $30K leaf when you can get a Model 3 for $35k...apart from wait time

new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range is not a massive upgrade to what we already have.

I am now on the lookout for a lease as above for a couple of years then I will buy a Tesla M3
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Midnight.Tboy27th Aug

Also....does anyone know if you take out a PCH or PCP are you still …Also....does anyone know if you take out a PCH or PCP are you still entitled to claim this deal?http://charge.pod-point.com/nissan-leaf/?utm_source=Adwords&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Consideration-Driver-Exact&utm_term=Consideration-Nissan-Terms&utm_content=Free-Install&gclid=Cj0KEQjw24nNBRChyd7W88OM96UBEiQAuV0sPV7955cAzh3-6CiBeUpKEoltum1cJtx5uQ1Dsc7WYlEaAp368P8HAQ


Yes, you are allowed up to 2 chargers per house.

If anyone is looking for an existing model Leaf it looks like you may have to hurry. They aren't building them due to the new model being launched on the 6th so the only ones left are stock models.

SFconvert2 h, 46 m ago

I think the 4 day test drive offer runs out on 31st august. It was a bit …I think the 4 day test drive offer runs out on 31st august. It was a bit of a faff getting it set up though, took a good week to organise. No limit to how far you can go but obviously range will limit you more, and access to fast charge points!


31st August. Damn, I best try and see if can get it sorted out, hopefully thats the cut off day for requesting it, not actually getting it.

I do have 3 other questions I'm wondering about now with having this

1. When it comes to returning the car, at the end of 2 years, do you have to take it yourself to the particular dealers, eg Nottingham place in the earlier linked site?

2. The option to rent a normal vehicle for up to 14 days, is that only redeemable from the particular garage you bought the car from? so again, would be Nottingham, or can you pick it up from any Nissan dealer.

3. Likewise with question 2, but to do with getting it serviced after the first year
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310BHP Golf R DSG Estate Lease 10k miles p.a, £220.80 per month (£1,987.20 initial) £7065.60 whatcar.com
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Volkswagen Golf Estate 2.0 TSI 310ps R DSG 4Motion MK7.5 This is the facelift model. There are other terms available and excess mileage is 8.4p / mile - you can usually get a bett… Read more
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deeky6 h, 26 m ago

Almost

Oh well I missed out by a few quid! Few quids still a few quid though!

deeky5 h, 19 m ago

And I'd say that 31mpg over 2 years and 20k miles, without much motorway, …And I'd say that 31mpg over 2 years and 20k miles, without much motorway, is a miracle.

On my daily 10 mile commute it did anywhere between 23 and 30 depending on temperature and whether I got stuck behind stuff! It maybe did a third of its miles on the motorway now I think about it. Didn't go on them often but were fair schleps when I did.

TomScrut

Wow that's bad. I averaged 31 over 2 years and 20k miles, without much … Wow that's bad. I averaged 31 over 2 years and 20k miles, without much motorway. I'd say 4 tyres on a 300hp 4wd hatchback isn't bad to be fair.



And I'd say that 31mpg over 2 years and 20k miles, without much motorway, is a miracle.

TomScrut

My R was £6700 ish on 2 year 10k, but the best deal there has been on … My R was £6700 ish on 2 year 10k, but the best deal there has been on these for a long time. Given the estate is DSG by default it's the best deal there ever has been if an estate is acceptable



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jblonde0028 h, 43 m ago

I enquired and then phoned up 10 mins later... spoe with a guy called …I enquired and then phoned up 10 mins later... spoe with a guy called Ayrton who was incredibly helpful talking through options. not sure if deal was pulled permanently or just to stem the tide of enthusiastic HUKDers...

​there was an issue with the residual values so some people got lucky by being quick
Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost Zetec 5dr  (3+35) £166.72 pm . 8k PA Via WHATCAR
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3 +35 £166.72 PM £500.16 Initial payment 8000 miles PA i am new to leasing cars so calculation may be wrong. hope this helps someone
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Guzzle

I reckon this might be a better … I reckon this might be a better deal;-https://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/Ford-FIESTA-1.0-EcoBoost-140-St-Line-Navigation-5dr-Personal-Lease/43601Bear in mind though that there is an all-new Fiesta due.


Tbh that does look a better deal 10k miles, £471 upfront and £157 a month (just the admin fee is higher but the savings on the deposit more than make up for the £40 extra) and its a 'nicer' model with a bit more power!
Edited by: "nathan3007" 23rd May 2017

I reckon this might be a better deal;-

https://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/Ford-FIESTA-1.0-EcoBoost-140-St-Line-Navigation-5dr-Personal-Lease/43601

Bear in mind though that there is an all-new Fiesta due.

Plus the £165 - £198 Vehicle Sourcing Fee
Seat Leon 1.4TSI FR Technology Pack + Free Metallic Paint 2 Year Lease 8k Miles  £4536 @ What Car
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I'm looking for a new car if you haven't noticed and this car has everything I could ask for the price. What're your thoughts? Free Metallic Paint Sat Nav + 8" Touch Screen Andro… Read more
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I've ordered from national vehicle today says 13 weeks how long did it take for others ?
Edited by: "irabbs7" 31st May 2017

where from?

xoddsockthiefx

https://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/Seat-LEON-HATCHBACK-1.4TSI-FR-TECH-(Facelift)-Personal-Lease/475931+23 profile with 10000 miles @ 194 pm



​ what a hero, this is a cracking deal, especially being such a low deposit. thanks for the link, I would never have noticed this on the website. just ordered one today.

Ordered mine 25th April. Been told build week is week commencing 19th June and hopefully delivery 3-4 weeks later. Ordered in white. Old car is falling apart so I'm looking forward to it hopefully arriving without delay!

I ordered mine on lease at the beginning of March with a 12 week lead time, been told it may going into production in week 21 with delivery at the end of June. I believe it's due to a lack of availability the 1.4TSi which has become increasingly popular due to the public's lack of faith in diesels currently.
Nissan Leaf £160.16pm for 23mths lease + Admin/Deposit £1314.96 - Total £4998.64 @ What Car
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Great deal for a Nissan Leaf? 8,000 miles 23 months at £160.16 = £3683.68 Admin fee including VAT = £354 Deposit = £960.96 Total = £4998.64
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markymark34

Oh here we go. Go on then. Tell us how from 0-20 mph it's a flying … Oh here we go. Go on then. Tell us how from 0-20 mph it's a flying machine then it crawls it's way to 60 in 8 seconds. Zzzzzz



The Leaf is quicker around town, a decent petrol engine is quicker on the motorway. Buy for whichever you spend more time doing.

Oh here we go. Go on then. Tell us how from 0-20 mph it's a flying machine then it crawls it's way to 60 in 8 seconds. Zzzzzz

markymark34

This car is not quick. Compared to lower model petrol engines yes it is a … This car is not quick. Compared to lower model petrol engines yes it is a little more nippy but it is very far from being a fast car.



You have no idea what are you talking about.

sam800

It's 2015 model, red colour in mind condition has just got 13000 miles. I … It's 2015 model, red colour in mind condition has just got 13000 miles. I bought it last December and I want to sell it because I've got job in Switzerland[/quotThere is difference between fast and quick. Perhaps got mixed up here. It is quity nippy (nothing dizzying) upto 40ish mph, after that it is sad.



wtf is the difference between fast and quick ? And to complicate matters further you now through in a curve ball with the 'quity nippy' (nothing dazzling) description , whatever that means ....... all very confusing , lol

Monkeybumcheeks

Not quite sure what its lap time is around the Nurburgring, but if you … Not quite sure what its lap time is around the Nurburgring, but if you are after something nippy or fast....this aint for you X)


There is difference between fast and quick. Perhaps got mixed up here. It is quity nippy (nothing dizzying) upto 40ish mph, after that it is sad.

Edited by: "ai79man" 8th May 2017
BMW 1 Series Diesel Hatchback 116d Sport 5dr - Lease Total Price £7011 @BMW Chester
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Seems like a good deal... £171 a month over 35 months, £1,026 deposit (6 months ) which takes the total to £7,011 for a BMW 1 Series..
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prash_2k

No it's not. 116d is a rubbish engine. Very slow and not very economical. … No it's not. 116d is a rubbish engine. Very slow and not very economical. Considering what the gov or the man is planning for diesel cars. You will be left with a slow polluting diesel with a huge tax bill. On the other hand the 123d can be remapped to 220 bhp. Which is a good engine. That's the engineNow the car. It's ugly with a huge senseless bonnet and stupidly small boot space. The rivals are. Audi A3 or Mercedes A1 even the Ford Focus. All far superior in build quality, space inside and boot. How the ford lacks in build quality it makes up for in space. So yes it's a rubbish car and a rubbish engine.



​very knowledgeable...

richt

My dad has a 216d Active Tourer (1.5 Ltr 3 Valve Turbo Diesel). With 3 … My dad has a 216d Active Tourer (1.5 Ltr 3 Valve Turbo Diesel). With 3 adults and a boot full of luggage on a motorway journey we can average 76 mpg.

richt

I am from a family who has always owned BMW's, Mercedes or Audi's, and … I am from a family who has always owned BMW's, Mercedes or Audi's, and that 116d engine in the BMW is probably the best in it's class. Beats the 1.6d from VW/Audi any day!



Wow you love a hot uk deals debate...

richt

Prash you are talking out of your rear regarding the engine!My dad has a … Prash you are talking out of your rear regarding the engine!My dad has a 216d Active Tourer (1.5 Ltr 3 Valve Turbo Diesel). With 3 adults and a boot full of luggage on a motorway journey we can average 76 mpg. Are you saying that's uneconomical???? The Active Tourer is a much bigger and heavier vehicle too. Uh, and another thing, there is no such car as a Mercedes A1! Do you mean the A Class, which is just as cramped as a 1 series? I do agree that the car is small for a family, but for a single person or couple it is more than adequate.I am from a family who has always owned BMW's, Mercedes or Audi's, and that 116d engine in the BMW is probably the best in it's class. Beats the 1.6d from VW/Audi any day!



Firstly 216 and 116 are different cars. We are discussing the 116.
Secondly it's your Dads car. Not urs. So you don't live with it and drive it everyday

Finally if you think the 116d is BMW best in its class. You must be tripping on acid. 123d is by faaaar the better.

I mean the 116 is sooooo bad. How you can say it's best in any category is beyond me. Especially when you have so many options

psmith1958

why oh why lease.... you could get a £9k loan over 48mnths at about £200 p … why oh why lease.... you could get a £9k loan over 48mnths at about £200 pm and at the end the car is yours (admitedly you cant get new for 9k, ) but atleast you have some thing to show for your money



​With such a stupid comment it's difficult not to reply with something similar.

Maybe people don't want an old used car that your 9k will get you? Maybe people want to drive a new car, and not keep it for 4 years? If you are one of those people then leasing tends to be cheaper than doing it any other way. We change our cars every 2 years and have done it through finance, cash or bank loan and you always lose more than if you leased.

It's really quite simple yet people are still unable to grasp the concept.

richt

My dad has a 216d Active Tourer (1.5 Ltr 3 Valve Turbo Diesel). With 3 … My dad has a 216d Active Tourer (1.5 Ltr 3 Valve Turbo Diesel). With 3 adults and a boot full of luggage on a motorway journey we can average 76 mpg.



Yes but what is the total average? Nearer to 55mpg no doubt...

richt

I am from a family who has always owned BMW's, Mercedes or Audi's, and … I am from a family who has always owned BMW's, Mercedes or Audi's, and that 116d engine in the BMW is probably the best in it's class. Beats the 1.6d from VW/Audi any day!



Unless you had a more economical and reliable Honda 1.6iDTEC.
Volkswagen Golf Hatchback 2.0 TSI GTI 5dr - Total lease Price £5707.20 @ What car magazine
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It seems that with the new quarter/financial year there are a few offers from Volkswagen Limited stock available in Rubin Black £196.80 a month x 23 months £1,180.80 deposit (6 … Read more

Padgio

​Thanks Sunni, that's good news, was a bit annoyed I'd missed it. May I a … ​Thanks Sunni, that's good news, was a bit annoyed I'd missed it. May I ask how you know this though?


If you PM me, I can give you some more details. Essentially it's the news coming from the dealers I've been in touch with.

£5700 to borrow a car for 2 years

Sunni

VW 'sold' between 250-350 GTIs in 48 hours.If you are still interested, … VW 'sold' between 250-350 GTIs in 48 hours.If you are still interested, VW will be releasing a new batch of these in July, so keep your eyes on it. They will be for September delivery.



​Thanks Sunni, that's good news, was a bit annoyed I'd missed it. May I ask how you know this though?

Padgio

Did anyone actually manage to get this deal? I enquired and like others … Did anyone actually manage to get this deal? I enquired and like others got told it's no longer available.


VW 'sold' between 250-350 GTIs in 48 hours.

If you are still interested, VW will be releasing a new batch of these in July, so keep your eyes on it. They will be for September delivery.
Edited by: "Sunni" 6th Apr 2017

Padgio

Did anyone actually manage to get this deal? I enquired and like others … Did anyone actually manage to get this deal? I enquired and like others got told it's no longer available.



​I tried speaking to CVL and VW directly. The deal has expired and was only on for 1 day.
Volkswagen Scirocco Coupe 2.0 TSI 180 BlueMotion Tech GT Lease - Total Price £5394 @ What car magazine
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Seems like a pretty good price for a brand new Scirocco Lease offer 2 years £186 per month for 23 months, £1116 deposit (6 months) which totals £5394 over the two years Available… Read more

davemhaynes

Looks like 3 doors so not good for me sadly. Good price though.



Scirocco is not available as 5dr!

Can't seem to find this deal when clicking on the link and local VW has no idea about it... any direct links or specific dealerships that I can contact?

moneychop

Does this include insurance?



No you have to arrange and pay for your own insurance with a car lease.

Does this include insurance?

shadowk17

Looks a lot better in real life trust me!



​I was at vw yesterday. I just don't like it suits a car like that. reflex silver yes. but not that urano grey. looks cheap.
Lease 8k PA / 3+35 (£147.50 pm) Ford Fiesta ST-Line 140 Special Editions Red Navigation - whatcar.com
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Decent price for this from a main dealer and for 8k miles PA. 3+35 * £147.50 = £155.69 PM average, don't believe there are any fees. List price is around £17k, and will do 43 "… Read more

Where can I get this deal?

Folding mirrors, some other bits I can't remember but wasn't too worried for the price. Local dealer couldn't get within £80 a month of this

Original Poster

What other extras? It has nav for the price on this deal I think

Managed to get it for an extra £10 a month but with Nav and spare wheel, and some other extras

I enquired yesterday. Had two phonecalls wanting to take my details but neither followed up with the email quote they said they would send.
VW Polo 1.2 TSi Match 5dr- PCH 8k miles p.a. - 6+35 - £842 + £140 = £5,756.00 @ What Car?
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There are some pretty good PCH deals on the Volkswagen Polo at the moment, presumably as VW dealerships clear down their stock in advance of the new Polo being released (?). This … Read more
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mission701

£1220.40 *1 (initial rental) + £135.60 *35 (monthly rental) = £5,966.40 - … £1220.40 *1 (initial rental) + £135.60 *35 (monthly rental) = £5,966.40 - no? Still a good deal though.



Blimey they re-raised the price! Too bad...

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m5rcc

They have since increased the price to a net £154.43/mth, but still … They have since increased the price to a net £154.43/mth, but still cheaper than your deal.


£1220.40 *1 (initial rental) + £135.60 *35 (monthly rental) = £5,966.40 - no? Still a good deal though.

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m5rcc

TL Darby, a VW dealer, are offering the same car for £4,905.24 or a net … TL Darby, a VW dealer, are offering the same car for £4,905.24 or a net £136.26/month, which is £23.63/mth/net cheaper.


Nice - link?

TL Darby, a VW dealer, are offering the same car for £4,905.24 or a net £136.26/month, which is £23.63/mth/net cheaper.
Brand New 2017 Volkswagen Golf GT Deal - What Car - £155.00 pound a month - WOW - JCT600
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Just seen this deal on what car leasing. Brand new Golf GT £155 pound a month no hidden fees. Limited Offer
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Not as good as this one!:

Banned

this is on offer now at newvehiclediscounts.com 500 admin fee no deposit upfront then 250 per month for 2yr lease with 10k miles. bargain !!

Cost wise, its really the total cost over the term & the APR that matter. All good quoting deposits & monthly figures but retailers play with all of these to suck in the gullable who ignore the final cost vs competitors.

fedex1401

Name a fuel source that doesn't pollute, either directly or indirectly. … Name a fuel source that doesn't pollute, either directly or indirectly. The anti-diesel brigade are probably the same type of people who were campaigning against CO2 emissions from petrol cars before it became fashionable to criticise diesel.



And it's only become fashionable since the VW scandal even though it was obvious they were cheating when everyone else was developing new diesel engines to meet emission standards and they were sticking with the same old lump they'd had for years
Volvo XC60 Estate T5 SE Nav 5dr Geartronic - 245bhp - £1190 deposit & £198/month £5754 - 2 year lease - 8k miles pa @ WhatCar Leasing
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alu3557 m ago

Yep, all good, haven't driven it as much as I would have liked but all …Yep, all good, haven't driven it as much as I would have liked but all good even though they didn't provide the correct colour interior

Oh that’s a shame - were they apologetic about the mix up? I seem to have driven more miles than expected so far! Probably should have gone for 10k miles!

Yep, all good, haven't driven it as much as I would have liked but all good even though they didn't provide the correct colour interior

@alu355 @scarypowder you both enjoying it?

Still no news on mine

few more days only to go here!
MINI Clubman Diesel Estate 2.0 Cooper D 6dr [Chili Pack] 8,000mpa - £32.98 + VAT Monthly Lease + Initial Payment £98.94 + VAT via What Car Magazine
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Looks like a glitch, business contract hire, initial payment £98.94 and £32.98 +VAT with 8K miles per year

Syst3mzero

TheI would hope people wouldn't hire cars to people who call it "d … TheI would hope people wouldn't hire cars to people who call it "d weekend".To be completely honest I would hope the DVLA wouldn't let people who intentionally use "d" as a word on our roads.I'm all for letting people get away with honest spelling mistakes and even poor grammar but what you just did to the English language is appalling.



They're worth peanuts
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Rubbish deal you would be better buying a P- reg Ford Mondeo.

matth5182

have these still got the 'suicide door' ?



​In case you're serious, no - that went out with the old model.

It's gone they have corrected it
Unbelievable contract hire deals available on Nissan Leaf Via What Car Magazine
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jimbob86

kWh!!!! it's a unit of energy not power! Please bare in mind of we all go … kWh!!!! it's a unit of energy not power! Please bare in mind of we all go and buy these the lights will go off and you're not zero emissions, it's zero tail pipe emissions! You're still killing the world by burning gas. You can save cash, but not the environment. This is the short term future, it's not green and it's not sustainable. Synthesised Bio fuels are the long term future.



But as energy demand goes up energy capacity will be increased. And ofc everyone isn' going to suddenly buy electric vehicles at once. Lastly eventually we will migrate to almost zero carbon energy supplies so even that point of yours is flawed. What silly logic

terriclarkfan

We collected our new '17 plate 30kwh LEAF Acenta today. Our deal was a … We collected our new '17 plate 30kwh LEAF Acenta today. Our deal was a £200 deposit + £238 x 24 for 12,000 miles per year. Got mats and flowers on top, but I think they're a standard sweetener.The cherry on the cake was that our previous PCP LEAF was 15,000 miles over its mileage limit @ 10p/mile. The Nissan dealer took the car back at no charge to us. A year's mileage for free!My wife wasn't keen on the cheap flat red colour so she managed to get magnetic red metallic for an extra £175 to seal the deal (so £375 + £238 x 24)PM me if you're interested in a referral for this offer. I rang a handful of other Nissan dealers and none of them came close. YMMV.



Could you send details of which dealership this was though, looking for a similar deal Thanks

We collected our new '17 plate 30kwh LEAF Acenta today.

Our deal was a £200 deposit + £238 x 24 for 12,000 miles per year. Got mats and flowers on top, but I think they're a standard sweetener.

The cherry on the cake was that our previous PCP LEAF was 15,000 miles over its mileage limit @ 10p/mile. The Nissan dealer took the car back at no charge to us. A year's mileage for free!

My wife wasn't keen on the cheap flat red colour so she managed to get magnetic red metallic for an extra £175 to seal the deal (so £375 + £238 x 24)

PM me if you're interested in a referral for this offer. I rang a handful of other Nissan dealers and none of them came close. YMMV.

we currently have the acenta on a 4 day test drive, blown away by it. never had a leaf prior to this.

the acceleration is crazy, its 0-20 and 0-40 is statistically brilliant and it shows when driving it.

can not recommend this car enough

Fogg1969

If you've not already, try asking on the Speakev forum... If there's a … If you've not already, try asking on the Speakev forum... If there's a deal to be had you'll more likely find it there.https://speakev.com/threads/brand-new-leaf-acenta-30kwh-199-deposit-199-per-month.22721/



Thanks, had an overnight test drive and I'm impressed with the car.

Just need to find the right deal now. :-)
Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line SatNav 3dr - 24mth Personal lease (8k mpa) - 23 x £131.64 + £394.92 upfront - Total £3,442.64 - T.C.Harrison Ford / Whatcar lease
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Folks had another quote today from a local Evans Halshaw Ford dealer2017 … Folks had another quote today from a local Evans Halshaw Ford dealer2017 ST line 2 door in Deep Impact Blue Metallic. 15k mileage allowance. Cruise control.£509.97 + 35 payments of £169.99. excess mileage 3.96ppm with no admin feereally stuck on these which do you think is best value folks? Do I stick with the zetec s black or go with the st line ?don't know I need cruise or not really.



did u try tc harrison?

Folks had another quote today from a local Evans Halshaw Ford dealer

2017 ST line 2 door in Deep Impact Blue Metallic. 15k mileage allowance. Cruise control.

£509.97 + 35 payments of £169.99. excess mileage 3.96ppm with no admin fee

really stuck on these which do you think is best value folks? Do I stick with the zetec s black or go with the st line ?

don't know I need cruise or not really.

I went to local dealer they tried to get me onto options.

did get a PCH quote in the end but came in at 190 pcm on a 3+35 with cruise on 8k

dealer up north quoted me £170 pcm on 3+35 with cruise and 15k allowance... why such a gap? should I try to my dealer to match it or go for zetec s deal above? thoughts guys?

went a different route selling both our cars got a deal on the older zetec s black edition 3+35 £162 pcm 15k mileage with 3.3p excess 299 admin fee. privacy glass and spare wheel
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Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Flair 5dr, personal lease, 24 months (3+23), 8 kpa, no admin fee, metallic paint, 118.04 per month all in, total £2832.96. @ Evans Halshaw
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k7gixerboy

If it's a lease there's a balloon payment you're responsible for - … If it's a lease there's a balloon payment you're responsible for - fact!If contract hire the vehicle goes back, no choice in that. Seriously, I hope you're a cash or HP customer, or are friends with a silicitor!



​Wow

If it's a lease there's a balloon payment you're responsible for - … If it's a lease there's a balloon payment you're responsible for - fact!If contract hire the vehicle goes back, no choice in that. Seriously, I hope you're a cash or HP customer, or are friends with a silicitor!



You're confusing a personal lease with PCP. Don't worry easy mistake to make.

I can't see mention of a balloon in the specs? PS Stop telling porkies.



If it's a lease there's a balloon payment you're responsible for - fact!

If contract hire the vehicle goes back, no choice in that.

Seriously, I hope you're a cash or HP customer, or are friends with a silicitor!

Got a pretty similar deal last month and received my C1 last week. Absolutely love it. Great little car.

It's all in the gearing and power to weight really. It's set up for … It's all in the gearing and power to weight really. It's set up for city/town usage.You're not gonna be touring europe in it.



Well not with only 8k per year mileage allowance!

Our C1 took an epic journey to Southern Spain in 2008. Driving was no issue. Lack of aircon was more of an issue.
It's also been snowboarding to the Italian Alps.
It has now retired from anything more than driving me to work. (Still 66 miles a day)