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Audi A4 35 Saloon 4Dr 150 Black Edition @ iCarLease £205.12pm x 23 £1846.08 deposit £6563.84 at iCarLease
Posted 5 h, 57 m agoPosted 5 h, 57 m ago
Finance Type: Personal Contract Length: 24 months Initial Rental: 9 months Annual Mileage: 5000 Option Extras Available £1846.08 inc VAT deposit and 23 further rentals of £2… Read more
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250 for 3 months initial and 8000 is a good deal


Even better if you play about with it and the overall price with only one month upfront works out at the same


That's an S4 In the picture. Would be hot deal getting one of those for £205 a month

Audi Q5 40 TDI 190 Quattro S Line Tech Pack S tronic - Lease 8k Miles £445.19pm
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
Edited down to 2 years from 3.... I appreciate this wont be for everyone and may get some cold votes just because it's a lease or an Audi... but to me this is the best price I can… Read more
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Unfortunately HUKD is filled with people who don't understand the concept of this site. If they can't afford it, or don't like the brand, they vote cold. If this is the best price for a 2 or 3 year lease for a Q5 then I'm voting hot. Ignore the haters.


The better deal in this instance would be buying, as this deal from what I can see doesnt beat depreciation


Exactly...and this is the best deal for a premium SUV...but still there is hate(jealousy) out there without an attempt to show a better deal for the same or equivalent vehicle.


Lack of choice in the 'premium' suv market. BMW's now look awful with the grill. Merc, no thanks. Jaguar, definitely no. Porsche is big money, Alfa?


Why? The Kadjar and Qaushkai deals are more than 25% in 2 years

Lego 76897 Speed Champions Audi Sport Quattro S1 - £12.99 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon
Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
This was £14.40 last week and got some heat, now down to £12.99 on Amazon Features a classic rally car reborn for the 35th anniversary of the quattro, one of the kings of the Gr… Read more

Still £12.99 for those interested


Ordered for myself, might let me son "help". Just finished the Lunar Lander, a satisfying short build.


yeah.. I just bought all 3, I'm in my late 20's!


Is anyone buying this for themselves even though it's actually designed for children? :D


Because it forces me to spend money and fill our house with things we don’t need ;)

CMJ RC Cars™ Audi R8 GT Officially Licensed Remote Control Car BLACK £7.98 @ Amazon (+£4.49 non-prime)
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Back in stock. In stock at time of posting. Black only available. Officially Licensed 1:24 Scale Replica Models with Stunning Detail 1:24 Scale replica models, officially licensed… Read more
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For anyone that wants to know, I got two of these from argos and ran them both at the same time without interference.


Still faster than my ass


There's one in Argos for a tenner, if you're willing to pay £2 extra.


I think OOS at this price - can't add it to my basket. Good find though, cheers.


Is saw it on the Porsche one, it said 60 mins. I'm assuming is that all you'd get on 5 aa batteries?

Audi A8 50 TDI Quattro S Line 4dr Tiptronic - Lease 24 months - 8k miles - £389.99pm and £3,509.91 inital via Eastbourne Audi /
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Audi A8 50 TDI Quattro S Line 4dr Tiptronic on a 2 year lease with 8k miles. £389.99 pm with an initial of £3509.91 (9+23), which works out at 16.5% of £75.6k P11D value. Car is in… Read more


Zoisa Am searching for an Audi lease currently. Any links, sites or contacts you could pass on?


Yes, it was previous model. S8 came from Dundee (delivered on flatbad to London) and A8 from Liverpool (delivery was offered, but I collected in person). But it's pretty random, depends who has too many cars to get rid off. If there's manufacturer's support, you can get decent quote even from Audi West London. I'm sure there will be offers for A8 sooner or later. It won't be popular purchase during crisis.


Thats bargain though. Mind asking what dealer/salesperson to get same quote?


Previous mode i assume?

Audi A4 Avant 35 TFSI 150 Black Edition S tronic 8k Mileage total cost £7609.26 (*Factory Order*) gateway2lease
Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Not for everyone but a good car at a good price. Initial rental £855.11 23 x £285.04 Admin Fee: £198 8K mileage Total cost inc Vat: £7609.26 or £10.43 a day. Includes Road Fund Li… Read more

If it’s still being advertised at this price then it should be available contact the leasing company directly.


This dead now then?


Yeah but that was 5k miles and no upfront payment, this was the same car with 8k miles quoted and 3 months upfront. It’s playing about with the finance. I believe Lex has pulled the plug on these deals now though. No more at this price.


This same car that was £6600?



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Audi A4 35 TFSI Black Edition 24 Month Lease £7196.40 Total at Lease4Less
Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
24 month lease 8k miles £287.35 initial rental £287.35 monthly rental £300 admin fee Total = £7196.40
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Nice deal... where did you get that from and how much was the total after 2 years?


Better deals than this to be had. This engine is lacking somewhat in power. As always only lease if it makes absolute financial sense to do so. Don't get yourself in debt just to pretend you actually own a half decent car. Nice cars on council estates look naff and invite unwanted attention from the local scum Invest in property first. You know it makes sense.


Not sure that they are especially cheap but these guys do have an online quote for that kind of mileage on most lease cars - most want a call/ email.


Their example was where you paid $18k in total lease costs over 6 years on a $21k car. With this car (on the same basis) you'd pay £21.6k on a £35k car.


I think the article would have been originally published back in 2014.

LEGO 76897 Speed Champions Audi Sport quattro S1. £14.40 prime / £18.89 non prime @ Amazon
Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
Best price I've seen yet Features a classic rally car reborn for the 35th anniversary of the quattro, one of the kings of the Group B rally racing circuit The model brilliantly… Read more
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Yeah, I think mods made a little boo-boo there.


I didn't even enter a previous price when I submitted the deal, it's been edited by the HUKD team. I know exactly what you mean about Amazon's RRP nonsense though.


Well normally I'd agree but when I clicked the link RRP was listed correctly on Amazon at £17.99. It was this post that listed it higher, not Amazon (for once!)


Been waiting for this to drop, doubt it will go lower. Cheers.


welcome to amazon marketing

Monitor Audio Bronze 2 (Walnut/ Black/ White) £169 Delivered + 6 Year Guarantee @ Richer Sounds
Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
Hard to beat them at these prices, especially with the 6 year guarantee from Richer Sounds - well worth it in my view. Also in Black and White Description The best Bro… Read more
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Thanks mate yeah I agree 😁


That's a beautiful system mate. Technics was the top-end product line for Matsushita, with Panasonic and National down the order. They used high quality components in these, in an era where electronics were made for a generation and beyond.


Missed the joke, jay ;)


Bush or Alba, bigger brand? Seriously lol.


£129 on Irish site

Mannol 20 litres fully synthetic oil 5W 30 £28.79 VW/Audi/MB £35.99 @ lubriacare ebay
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Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
20l container, should be enough for 4 oil changes working out just over £7 per change SAE 5W-30 API SL ACEA A3/B3 MB 229.3 VW 502.00/505.00 FORD WSS-M2C913-B MANNOL Energy 5W-3… Read more

This seller has some really good prices; just ordered a couple of tubs of brake fluid for not much at all. It's a perfectly decent brand of oil, and plenty of garages use it for the common flavours (5w/30 etc).


Remind me not to buy that from you when you sell it (:I (y)


Some of the newer VW group cars (eg Mk 7 golf R) are designed to suck the oil out as the sump and bung are made of plastic and isn't a proper bung it's a little half turn type thing. Not my cup of tea


Most garages suck it out now and dont even remove the sump plug leaving some of the crud in the bottom so I prefer to do it myself


Dead simple. Would recommend a set of axle stands or ramps as you have to get the sump plug off from under the car. I've got a thing like this for catching the used oil and taking it to the tip

Audi A4 Saloon 35 TFSI Black Edition 4dr [2020] 24 month lease. 10K Mileage - Total Cost £8,504.60 @ Select Car Leasing
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Posted 22nd AprPosted 22nd Apr
Initial rental £958.80 * Usually paid two weeks after delivery. £319.60 Inc vat Per Month. Arrangement/processing fee: £195.00 * Free for NHS Workers . Total cost including arran… Read more

Aye but how much up front. People always miss that but out to make a lease deal sound better


12k per annum that was on!


I got a 1.4 petrol a4 black edition for 215 per month 2 years ago. That lease just expired. Epic deal


RGW contracts


Where did you get your deal from?

Audi A4 Avant 35 TFSI Black Edition 5dr 24m Lease - 5k miles p/a - No upfront cost + £270 pm + £180 admin = £6660 @ Leasing Options
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Audi A4 Avant 35 TFSI Black Edition on a 2 year lease, factory order so will be at least 2/3 months lead time and delivered post lockdown. No upfront cost 1+23 deal. There are two… Read more
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Buying can be cheaper through discounts. Yes lease deals can be advantageous as well. I'm not saying either is better. Depends on the deal. Still I think one should not punch above.


To be honest, if you rely on a decent car to get you and your family around I there’s not many options below the £250-£300 price range these days unless you have a big deposit. I can afford to buy but I lease, it’s set payments, maintained and always in warranty and I’m not sure why you would want to buy a heavily depreciating asset.


The theory comes from you cannot afford to buy... You cannot even afford the lease, go to a lower tier car if losing your income would screw you. Don't blow all your money on a lease or car in general.


Not sure where the above theory comes from. Need savings for 2-3 years?! Ridiculous. So you would need between £6,480 and £9,720 in savings to afford this? Most leases can be terminated and you would only be liable for 40-50% of the remaining balance not the full amount.


If you're doing a lease and not buy you should at least have the savings to cover the monthly payments for 2-3 years. Else you cannot even afford a lease in my opinion. And why would you want to lease for 5 years. Out of warranty, lots of repairs and big services. If he needed a that long period to get the rate a bit down he for sure couldn't afford the lease and the job wasn't that well paid (this is a very vague term anyways).

Audi Q2 Q2 Diesel Estate 30 TDI Sport 24 month + maintenance 23mx£152.39,dep £2400, Admin £180, Total £6084.97 at Central Vehicle Leasing
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Posted 16th AprPosted 16th Apr
I'm sure this must be a misprice but it does state a saving of £326.50 inc VAT so it must be correct. Pity its stock as I need a replacement end of August. Hope it helps someone … Read more

Looks like the PCP finance industry could crash big time without a huge Government rescue: Today's news.


Same. I did ask them when getting my quote but it just said 'TBC'.


You don't pay for the road tax on a lease.


How much is the road tax


Yes phone maybe worth something but the battery will be shagged and warranty has expired which is when many people just upgrade similar to warranty running out on car. When I say efficiency I mean comparing old to new model of similar cars, you will find the newer model equivalent will usually have better mpg and lower Co2 emissions (Ved tax rate). Changing from CDs was just one example of improvement on tech I have highlighted but their are so many other improvements eg adaptive cruise control, lane assist, Dab radio, keyless entry and start (bad example due to thefts), hill hold assist, auto braking, power tailgates etc all used to be expensive options on only the most luxury of cars yet can now be had as standard on some new golfs/fiestas etc.

Audi A4 Saloon Black Edition 35TFSI Personal Contract Hire/Personal Lease 24m £1,967.98 (9m) deposit £218.66pm 5kpa £6997.16 - gateway2lease
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Posted 15th AprPosted 15th Apr
Personal Contract Hire/Personal Lease 24 months £1,967.98 (9m) deposit upfront £218.66 per month 5k miles p/a

Or like me, your lease is up in June and you have no choice!


Absolutely, but at the same time how many people will be purchasing new cars or new anything in the next 8 to 12 months? Not many i think unless you are in the 1% and have a job with 100% security.


Maybe. Don't forget they have stopped making cars. That said there have been a lot of cancelled orders in the last few weeks


My PCP deal ends early 2021 and I suspect there will be a lot of unsold car's in dealership over the next 12 month's which will probably lead to great deals.


If you use your car as your main mode of transport, the mileage should be the same on a purchased or leased car surely? Unless I have missed your point. Apologies if that is the case, long day :S

Audi TT 40 TFSI 20 reg - £2,538.36 Deposit / £242.04 x 24 Months - Total Cost: £8,105.28 @ Blue Chili Cars
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Posted 13th AprPosted 13th Apr
£242.04 per month Upfront is £2178.36 And processing fee of £360 24 month contract 8000 miles per year You can add options and increase miles or length of less as well. It’s rea… Read more

Did anyone actually go for this ? Unfortunately this site is for folks that get excited over a 50p bar of soap and I feel quite disappointed that folks have to be such ..... looking at the comments on here. I gave up.


They only have metallic paint left and are charging £262.28 a month for it now. Cheaper with other brokers.


Cheaper at Smart Leasing Solutions...


Don't make the mistake of actually doing it in the first place, that's the real answer :)


Just fit a set of HID ballasts to it... open the 70%. I know you were joking; but as long as your head units are projector style and you will not blind everyone like a stereotype Barry boys. That and correct wattage and K lighting to avoid the really 'blue' hue.

Audi A5 Diesel Cabriolet 40 TDI Sport 2dr S Tronic £7679.68 at
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Posted 7th AprPosted 7th Apr
Finance type Personal Contract Hire Monthly payment£239.99 Initial rental£2,159.91 (9 x monthly payment) Additional fees£0.00 Total lease cost£7,679.68 Rental profile9+23 P11D Valu… Read more



I have a '62 plate A5 'oil burner' convertible on the drive which I love, if I had the available funds I would jump at this.


Not at all. This is a smart looking large convertible Or do you think all convertibles are hairdressers cars? Very tired joke and way of thinking.


Diesel convertible, mmm that sweet tractor engine note.


Hairdressers though?

Audi A5 Sportback 35 TFSI 150 Black Edition S tronic 6+23 profile 8k miles £8,912.52 @ gateway2lease
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Posted 27th MarPosted 27th Mar
Audi A5 Sportback 35 TFSI 150 Black Edition S tronic 6+23 profile 8k miles £8,912.52 @ gateway2lease
Personal Contract Hire All Personal Prices Include VAT Initial of £1,803.02 inc VAT followed by 23 x £300.50 inc VAT per month. processing fee of £198 Inc VAT. 8K miles a year.… Read more

Kia Proceed GT!


Thats a very good deal


Otherwise its £6,911.96 upfront!


This age? Leasing has become extremely popular with increasing demand year on year. Everyone needs a permit to drive anyway but if you are referring to the virus outbreak then this has only been a thing for a couple of months and restrictions on car travel only in the last couple of weeks. It is unlikely to be indefinite is it really. At some point the country will recover , will you be on your bike or walking ? (y)


There will be mutterings about house prices too , in fact just about everything. The world is an era where we will see changes in lots of things, most though are brought about my public perception and ultimately it is likely to be the people of this world that will drive prices. Lots of demand means prices remain high, less demand and prices would have to fall. I cannot help thinking of the recent 'Toilet Roll' panic that swept the nation, not because of any kind of supply issues either , this was simply about public perception and human nature I guess.

Manufacturer Refurbished Naim Uniti Star All-In-One Player - £2499.90 @ Peter Tyson
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Posted 27th MarPosted 27th Mar
Manufacturer Refurbished Naim Uniti Star All-In-One Player - £2499.90 @ Peter Tyson
There's nearly a grand off this one! Great deal.
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I think you are underestimating there :D


What kind of crisis are you having? Faith?


Star or Nova?? still can’t make my mind up?!?


I was considering this myself


You could say the same for 98% of everything else posted on here.

Audi on Demand Birmingham 10% discount
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Thanks, as you can't discuss this as a grown up. Their's is a great feature on here called ignore, which you've just been added too. Have a good day.


You can thinly disguise your insult anyway you want 'Boomer'. I might have been a little sarcastic in my comment, but I understood what you meant. Car shared ownership is not a new concept, even when people dress is up by calling it 'the model of the future'. In fact the concept of car shared ownership goes back many decades. Their are many car share clubs already around today, however most of these are based on exotic or classic cars.


You don't understand what I'm saying. For example Nissan is trialing a subscription service where you can swap your car at anytime for your needs and will detail and clean each car, the car will be swapped for you, you can pay an additional $30 per a day to have a GT-R for a few days. For example Monday - Wednesday you need a nissan leaf Thursday you need a mini van Friday you need the leaf back Saturday you need the GT-R because your trying to get laid Sunday - don't even need a car, just ask for the leaf to be left on your driveway.


I don't think you understand what I'm saying... And judging by your age i must add... Ok boomer


So public transport, taxi's and hire vehicles then? Model of the future, has been around for over a century.

Audi E-Tron 230kW 50 Quattro 71kWh Technik 8,000 pa lease 2 year deal 23x 357.99 plus initial payment of 2,147.94 Total £10381.71 @ Leasing
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Audi E-Tron 230kW 50 Quattro 71kWh Technik 8,000 pa lease 2 year deal 23x 357.99 plus initial payment of 2,147.94 Total £10381.71 @ Leasing
I know there are currently other 2 deals for Audi e-Tron on HUKD (one mine) but just found this one which is even cheaper. 2 year deal 23x 357.99 plus initial payment of 2,147.94 a… Read more

Doubt you will get it as the grant is no longer available so gone up by £3,500


is it worth giving them a call to get this deal now?


For those who make Unfounded comments based on very little knowledge about EVs infrastructure etc please follow fully charged podcast and take some time to learn some the facts, I researched for 3 months before taking the plunge.


Has anyone managed to secure one? Thr deal seems to have close pretty quick. I know they can at times put up these deals for enquiries and up-sell to something else.


People in the market to BUY this model will undoubtedly be going for the one with better range. They cant be selling at all well in this guise if they're practically giving them away in these lease deals. Also, this is the bottom spec model too. Great deal if you couldn't even dream of buying one though!

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