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Jaguar XF Sportbrake 2.0 i 250 Portfolio 5Dr Auto [Start Stop] - £1799.91 + £349.99 and 23 x £199.99 (Term £7349.97) @ 1stChoiceVehicle
08/11/2018Expires on 08/11/2018Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Ok you'll have to forgive my ignorance I know nothing about cars but my hubby said this is stupendously cheap so I thought I'd share it on here. He doesn't use HUKD but I told him … Read more
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Barter down that admin fee. If they want the sale they’ll take £180


I would not say this is a stupendously cheap deal and its not top of the range. This is a decent deal to be fair as it is automatic.


This is a £44,000 car. If you bought and sold it after 2 years you'd probably lose 2 - 3 times the cost of this lease, so voted hot.


Have anyone over here gone for this deal??? Tempted really!!!! But no need for it now.


haha , glad you said that as i bet there are many people worrying the car wont start after 5000 miles haha :S

Amazon Clutch Kits and Associated Parts Cheap -  e.g Sachs 3000 950 641 Clutch Kit £58.73
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
This post is not for everyone, but will help a lot of people who, maintain their own vehicles of any age, or mechanics looking for parts for customers. I've compared a lot of price… Read more

Thanks, got a 3 piece clutch kit for my Lexus is250 for £52 instead of £300 - £400 8)


Automotive> Car Parts> Drive & Transmission> Clutches & PartFilter : Prime Only


How are you searching /finding /filtering for these? Great deals, always on a look out for cheap replacement parts I know amazon throws out loads of stuff mental cheap.



Eurocarparts seem to use their own product codes so not much use....most parts manufacturers have their own e catalogues online now,probably a better bet to get the correct parts.

Jaguar XE 2.0 Ingenium R-Sport 4dr Auto PCP £299 Deposit, £300 a month, 48 month. 0%APR at  Stratstone
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
I've been looking into the latest Jaguar deals, this is the best I've seen, due to the low deposit. Jaguar XE 2.0 Ingenium R-Sport 4dr Auto, from stratstone dealership. Personal … Read more

Ah right, ok then


Not funny, more sarcastic I would say, but it's not actually true if that is what you mean.


Is this meant to be funny? Genuine question


Thanks! I was looking at it wrong.


Not sure tbh but the one I loaned for a weekend test drive was hybrid.

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Jaguar I-PACE SUV 0.0 Electric 90kWh 400 S 5Dr Auto 18 month contract Deposit - £2699.91 17 monthly payments of - £299.99 Processing fee - £349.99 - £8149.73 @ 1st choice vehicle leasing
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
Ok, before the abuse starts.. I know leasing isn't for everyone. This debate has been raging for ages on HUKD, each to their own I guess. Me personally, I prefer to lease, you don'… Read more

Actually, I just picked a random date when posting the deal as I didn't know if there was an expiry. I spoke to them only today to see how my order was progressing and they informed me the deal is still available whilst other (less reputable) leasing companies are turning away orders that they're unable to fulfil (y)


Well it's the end of the finance quarter. What do you expect?


Just noticed the deal for this expires in a day incase anyone is still looking for one ? all lease company deals seem to end the same date ??


thanks jay


There is if the RRP is over a certain price which the premium model is. "An extra charge of £310 a year applies to cars with a list price over £40,000 in the first 5 ‘standard rate years’."

Jaguar XF Sportbrake 2.0 Auto Lease - £233.54 per month (24m, 8k/pa, 9+23) 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing
Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
Good deal available on a Jagular XF Sportbrake Automatic. 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. 9+23 payment plan. Other contract lengths, plans and mileages are listed too. £233.… Read more
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Have You found something similar?


Good deal, heat added. Could try Mad Sheep who have something similar, and even the Jaguar network, to see if they'll match.


Mines arriving today :)


There will be fewer diesel deals in the future given the current political environment surrounding them.


when are the diesel deals coming?

Jaguar E-Pace Offer 6k PA - PCH Example £226.71pm x48 - £10,882.08 @ Motorparks
Found 28th AugFound 28th Aug
I saw this and thought it was a good deal, been in the market for a new car, tempting offer. Obviously subject to terms and conditions, but here are the details: Jaguar E-PACE Off… Read more

I'm using the Swindon Branch, will update when I get any feedback.


I received the following email. I hope you are well, Thank you for your enquiry on the Jaguar E-Pace. That particular offer has now finished and is no longer available as was only on a selected amount of stock. We do have other offers that we are able to go through with yourself. When would you be available to visit the showroom so that we can go through the various options of the vehicles and offers? I look forward to hearing from you. Kind regards, Michael Katasi Business Manager, Grange Welwyn Jaguar T: +44 (0) 1707 266 255 E:


Apparently the 2 salesmen who deal with Jaguar Land Rover are off sick, I've been told to ring back tomorrow. I'm not very confident though, as a colleague ordered an XE and they now refusing to honour his deal, claiming no stock remaining and no sales rep to handle his purchase until tomorrow, even though he has already paid £1k deposit. Didn't think they could do that....


Sent a quote but never heard anything back. Guess it was a price error


Did anyone actually take out the deal?

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Jaguar XF Portfolio 250 BHP Sportbrake Auto £199 P/M inc VAT @ Mad Sheep (£7345.30 inc fees)
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Just had a mailer from Mad Sheep for this. We're looking for 2x new cars for the business but the pricing is the same for Business and Personal Contract Hire. Cracking price for … Read more

Nope, but we've had vehicles from them for our business and personal vehicles along with Gateway 2 Lease amongst others. I don't think you understand how leasing works if you're surprised about special offer cars going quickly, this is how the industry works but these Jag XFs were factory order so you could spec how you liked. We've been let down on an Audi A6 in the past with one broker when LEX pulled the deal altogether. Where do they advertise personal pricing plus VAT?


How it works? Do you get your deposit back at the end of the contract?


How is it misleading, these companies are strictly governed and all costs are advertised on the deals? I put down far more than a "12+" initial rental 6 years ago on a car. It's nothing new.


just looked at this and Madsheep are not cheaper than that other deal advertised , and why do Madsheep offer a 12+ deal !! next it will be 15+ !! (devil) bit missleading


there is still a broker or two that has the offer still :-)

Jaguar I-PACE SUV Electric 90kWh 400 S: Initial payment of £3097.98 + 17 monthly payments of £344.22 plus £360 fee
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Something a little (fresher!) and different to the usual.. Jaguar I-PACE SUV 0.0 Electric 90kWh 400 S 5Dr Auto (base spec) Initial payment of £3097.98 plus £360 processing fee … Read more



I have


Press the red + icon at top right to post a deal, add a title, a link to the website and then put in a description. Mods will help you out too. It's a good find so worth posting imo.


The fee was £10 less than the other deal i found on UKHD website and payments are £30 a month cheaper , win win :-) i still can work out how to post a deal or i would share it ;-/


haha , who knows what will happen after brexit ;-) iv got a bag packed ready at the front door incase we need to claim asylum in a better country haha

Jaguar Xf Sportbrake: Initial payment of £2203.09 plus 23 payments of £244.79 plus £234 doc fee £8073.28 @ Select Car Leasing
Refreshed 2nd AugRefreshed 2nd Aug
Fancy a new Jaguar Xf Sportbrake on a lease? Check out this deal from Select Car Leasing: Jaguar Xf Sportbrake 2.0i Portfolio 5dr Auto 24 months 10,000 miles a year In… Read more
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no one runs them as a company car anymore :-) take it on a personal lease and charge back the mileage :-)


On this occassion they actually said the deal was at the price I was originally quoted, just strange that it took 5 days to get back to me when normally you get called back within an hour of doing the credit application, or worst case next day. I needed a car by the end of October so had 2 or 3 other options as I was concerned about delivery times. When I didn't get a response I went elsewhere, shame as it was a decent deal for what you got.


Thats a risk you run - is this the best deal, or might there be a better one in three months time? Or will it be worse? No one can say really. I tend to take the view of getting the best price for something at the time i need it. Historic and future prices are outside of my control.


I personally would sit tight and wait a little longer before leasing one as prices will surely plummet. My brother just purchased a Jaguar XE R Sport from Lancasters of Milton Keynes, outright. Car listed at £40k new with wheel and carbon upgrades, spoiler etc, just 8 months old he got it for under £22k done just 5000 miles.


they are known for offering deals they cant do just to take enquiry and saying the price has changed , my brother ordered a BMW and the car then had metallic paint and rear privacy , he found out that there never were just Alpine white cars ! they shoudl just be upfront as he did a credit search for no reason :(

Jaguar XF Saloon: Initial payment of £2,375.89 followed by 23 payments of £263.99 plus £234 doc fee
Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug
In the market for a new motor? I’m seeing quite a few good deals from Select Car Leasing at the moment. For example: Jaguar XF Saloon 2.0i [250] Prestige 4dr Auto [2019] … Read more
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Each to their own. It’d be boring if we were all the same. (Although I’m of the same opinion :p )


it would lose 20% VAT the day you drive it away from the dealer plus the normal depreciation !so it will lose far more than 8k


Fire and rescue.. can be boring at times, and very rewarding also. (y)


Where have all your comments gone? I had a notification you’d responded but there isn’t anything there.


Wow. You guys need to stop arguing about things you found on Google... not everything you read online is fact you know..

Jaguar For Men Evolution Eau de Toilette Spray For Him,100 ml  £11.95 prime / £16.44 non prime @ Amazon
Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug
personally not tried this fragrance. price is for 100ML
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got this for 9,99£ from TK MAXX...tried few times,not lasts...if anyone interested to buy it off me for 8,50£ (95 ml) ,let me know. (pirate)


HEAT. I loved the classic Jaguar scent that came from Amazon and which was posted on HUKD a few months back, because it was a clean scent and great value. So I'm going to give this one a try! Fragrantica makes Jaguar Evolution sound great for my nose and the scent has some top reviews:


Why Cold? Its a nice perfume as long as its a genuine one


They still have proper high streets!


I have bought a cologne in the past sold by Amazon themselves and the frangrance didnt last long after application. I picked many comments on HUKD as well that Amazon might be selling counterfeit fragrances

Jaguar for Men EDT Spray 100ml Amazon £10 prime / £14.49 non prime
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
I've personally not smelt this fragrance, so I cannot comment. I thought £10 might be good as its for 100ml. be mindful of delivery charge, but over £20 there is none. hope its he… Read more
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The 20th Century would like it's Jaguar stereotype back when you're finished with it please! :(


Damn, I bought a bottle for your husband as a Christmas gift. I should have had more scents. I'm dying to open it now. but will probably give it as an end of term year to the Camp schoolteacher at Primary School


Very poor perfume. Smells like cheap £1 perfume from Poundshop.


The women’s version is called Cougar!


Do you get complimentary pipe and slippers with this?:/

Jaguar F-Type Electric Ride on Car £50 @ Halfords C/C
Found 6th MayFound 6th May
FREE C/C WAS £120 Jaguar F-Type Electric Ride on CarThe classy 6v Jaguar F-Type Electric Ride on Car is a smooth car that ensures a smooth ride! With forward and reverse gears y… Read more

Depends on the residuals. At least there's no annual tax on an electric vehicle.


Better to lease?


Depreciation after 3 years?


My dreams made true, bank holiday driving an F-Type, well it is an F-type.

Jaguar XE R-Sport Saloon Auto - £221.34 inc VAT per month @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£7442.88 inc fees)
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
I've used Mad Sheep for various cars for our business in the past and had no complaints. Just got a mailer saying that this is a 48 hour deal (not sure what that means entirely bu… Read more

We are due delivery on Thursday. We were one of the lucky ones to get the Alltrack deal. It has now gone back and VW were fab to deal with. This one is Lexautolease and I have heard some bad reviews about them. Any real life experience with Lex?


Anyone taken delivery yet?


Of course and will make the leasor liable.


Cant the dealer track it?


He'll apply a "correction"

Jaguar e-pace car lease starts at Monthly Payment £233.00 inc VAT Initial Payment: £2,097.04 inc VAT 48m  5000 miles  £13,048.04 @ SelectCarLeasing
Found 17th FebFound 17th Feb
Jaguar new e pace * Including VAT on personal lease * Includes new government tax * check the best combination of deposit months + duration of lease that best suits you (24 /36/ 4… Read more
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Says the person who decided to personally message me on a thread not used since February and make a complaint. Because there isn't. An MOT covers the fourth year of a cars life, not months 25-36. Your lease firm has set you a rule. Not all lease firms do this. And failed. VWFS certainly don't to my knowledge but most of my leases are 24 mths. But I am not wrong. You do not have to do an MOT for a car that you are not liable for unless the T&Cs state so. You have experienced that. It is not the experience of all leasors. Yes I have. I do - check all the other HUKD lease threads... No - that would appear to be your remit. But thanks for your contribution! (y)


I am not on a rant, actually you are, you pointed out there is no MOT on a 36 month lease, to which I corrected you, this is not the terms of my lease company but also the terms of the previous two companies I have used, I would be very interested to find a lease company that does not apply this. Since I corrected you all you have done is try to back up your false information rather than holding your hand up and saying oops 'I'm wrong'. Have ever even had a 36 month lease? are you talking from experience or just trolling (aka trying to be a know it all smart ar$e).


So what was the point of your rant? You're upset that your lease company won't allow you to return early and/or force you to do a service/MOT at cost? Better choose a different company next time...


A 24 month for the lease I have is £30 a month more... Costing £720 extra. I'd rather pay £30 for an MOT


Well obviously you need to have (in theory) two services on a 36mth. Better lease a 24 month car next time...

Jaguar F-Type Electric Ride on Car was £120 then £60 now £45 Del / C+C @ Halfords
Found 25th JanFound 25th Jan
Part of Halfords Pay Day Deals Offer, originally £120, then £60 & now down to £45 with Free Del / C+C. The classy 6v Jaguar F-Type Electric Ride on Car is a smooth car… Read more
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Whats the insurance like on this?


.... I knew that I could afford an F type Jag one day... Heat


I’d take it on a 24 month lease, with maintenance and a upfront payment of £5. Cheers. (highfive)


I don't advise getting this. The 0-60 time is atrocious and the handling is all over the place. Very bumpy ride through the sports suspension also.

JAGUAR XF 2.0i PRESTIGE auto lease pch, £163.99/month, initial £1475.93 - £5247.68 @ Select Car Leasing
Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Cracking price for the entry level ‘Prestige’ variant on this 200ps saloon , price mentioned is for 5k miles but they also provide higher mileage allowances if you need it, cost ca… Read more
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Glad you are enjoying it, quality car


Had mine delivered today and have to say it is a fantastic car. Had many deals off HUKD in the past, including my last lease but this, for the price is the best thus far. Thanks all.


Anyway, time for a mass car wash on this lovely day


Yes, the dealer drove 20miles to deliver the car, trip said 40mpg. i have been driving normally city, short run up a road and averaging 30mpg. I’m OKnwith that, it’s a big comfy car after all. my 2006 golf gti was roughly the same mpg before I sold it for the XF. GTR does 22mpg, driving normally. Single digits when ‘on song


Yeah it's very nice. Hitting 30mpg currently. I'd never want to own one of these outright, unless it was a diesel. One thing to consider once the lease ends though! Diesel portfolios are way further north in costs than what we got though.

Jaguar XF R-Sport 2.0D [180] Auto @ £289 per month Lease
Found 20th Dec 2017Found 20th Dec 2017
Initial Payment:: £289 Monthly Rentals:: £289 Annual Mileage:: 5,000 Excess Mileage:: 13.08ppm Duration of Agreement:: 24 Months So my rough maths makes this... 5000 miles pe… Read more
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What's even worse is if you look at the amount of miles the younger (17 to 24) do the least at an average 4K year. Now pondering is the correlation onwards and upwards by age :(


And weirdly.based on that research 1 in 6 drivers drive less than 3000 miles. Omg


Cold deal but i gave hot on the detail you gave, miles options is really nice touch.


I'll stick to reality Bertie. You stick to arbitrary figures from White Papers.


No read above - your own advice is to use an arbitrary figure to deduce if to drive a diesel - city driving is type but not solely what you keep replicating. i.e. as above as you seem to have already forgotten: "You have seen me quote not to drive a diesel if one drives 8k or 10k or 12k miles per annum" And there we go stretching something that is not a fact. The fact is a filter has an expected lifespan on a continuous scale, this will have a mean and a deviation. The manufacturers have solely released the minimal expected lifespan this is fact. The white papers before their introduction into the viability gave £250K as the mean, that is a fact it is an individual published white paper funded by the EU and was what was published prior to their requirement in implementation. What the manufacturers have implemented themselves is not known and the only guidance the manufacturers have given is the minimal expected product life neither the mean and or the deviation. They have been very specific in doing so. The deduction to typical is from that point where you are confusing fact with individual occurrences discussed in forums without the number or deviation being available anywhere or released by the manufacturers. The only bit that is typical here is you confusing those occurrences and leaping to them being fact without the data to support it. Just says it all really doesn't it although not in your favour.

Rock Band Rivals Jaguar Bundle - £20 @ Game In-Store
LocalLocalFound 14th Dec 2017Found 14th Dec 2017
Was in Game earlier (Edinburgh Fort Kinnaird) for another purchase and happened to see a couple of these sitting on the floor at the side of the cash desk. Comes with the guitar, R… Read more

In the centre of the store towards the tills.


Where abouts did you spot them? Fancy getting this


Just ordered the full band rivals bundle for £110. Having regrets now given I don't really want the drums!


Teesside Park Game had about half a dozen of them on Saturday.


Great value if you can find stock in your local store. The only way to check stock however would be to ask in store or call them as the listing has long been pulled from their website.

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