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Mercedes SLS Ride On Car £16 w/ code @ Halfords
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Lowest price I have seen this Mercedes ride on in a while - use code 20OFFWHEELS to get for £16 (thanks to daltimor for the code) Free c+c Mercedes SLS Ride On Car Extra… Read more
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Anybody else pick theirs up and the noises are extremely loud on the car? Even picked up ours for £20 and are on the fence about having the batteries actually inside it... Not sure if it's just faulty or supposed to be too loud for indoors and scary for the children. Thanks in advance for the advice😊
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DealAnarchy12 h, 42 m ago

To be honest, you'd look more sensible with this, than a leased Merc that …To be honest, you'd look more sensible with this, than a leased Merc that you blatently can't afford outright. I see people living in terraced houses with Mercs or BMWs etc. People have their priorities wrong. And they wonder why they're broke?


Jeez. Ok mate. It’s just an offer for a kids toy. I can see you’re clearly upset though. No valentines card yesterday?
DealAnarchy12 h, 4 m ago

To be honest, you'd look more sensible with this, than a leased Merc that …To be honest, you'd look more sensible with this, than a leased Merc that you blatently can't afford outright. I see people living in terraced houses with Mercs or BMWs etc. People have their priorities wrong. And they wonder why they're broke?


Off topic, but what a daft comment - how about those with company/fleet cars? I live in an end-terrace house and park my E-Class (company car) on the drive every day.

Could I afford to buy one outright? Hell no lol!
Am I broke? Far from it.

Ergo, not every 'pauper' in a terraced house will be leasing their nice car.

Don't jump to conclusions.
Can anyone vouch for this?

Looks pretty solid from where I can see.
DealAnarchy2 h, 19 m ago

To be honest, you'd look more sensible with this, than a leased Merc that …To be honest, you'd look more sensible with this, than a leased Merc that you blatently can't afford outright. I see people living in terraced houses with Mercs or BMWs etc. People have their priorities wrong. And they wonder why they're broke?


I don’t know many people who can afford terraced properties outright, without a mortgage. Maybe I’m hanging out with the wrong crowd
Mercedes SLS Ride On Car £18 - Porsche 911 Ride on Car £22.50 (more in OP) w/code @ Halfords
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Some good prices on ride ons and kids bikes at Halfords Use code KIDS10 to get these prices - gives 10% discount on ride ons, kids bikes and scooters Free c+c Mercedes S… Read more
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Ordered the Mercedes. Thanks hot dea
What's the age range for these?
Jokes on me for paying £200 for the land rover for Christmas 🙃ffs
it is very good deal I really wanted to buy for my daughter but my miss stopped me to ordering because our house it is not big enough to keep more toys.
Thanks ordered mercedes for my daughters bday.
Mercedes-Benz E Class Diesel Cabriolet E220d AMG Line 2dr 9G-Tronic Personal £7775.83 including admin fee and deposit @ Yes lease
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Yes lease have been good to me in the past and have discounted a deal further. This might be worth a call up if you’re in the market for a car of this spec...this will not disappoi… Read more
Gotta agree, had e220 and now e350d both have so many eletrocal problems , rattles and powerless engine after new co2 update. Going to audi next..
pbilkhu16th Jan

Of course you would. Let's say for arguments sake you bought this car for …Of course you would. Let's say for arguments sake you bought this car for £40k and sold it 18 months later for £38k, you'd only lose £2k as apposed to this 'deal' of losing £7775.83 for the same car over the same period. Clearly they're not exact figures but won't be far off. But it's also another reason why buying new is almost as daft as leasing. But hey ho, it's just my humble opinion, each to their own!


But on a car like this you will lose way more than 2k, and more likely more than the lease costs. You also have the faf of selling private, or losing on a trade in. Lease is easier and cheaper if you pick the right lease.
endothecat14 m ago

See above the post from defgimp. Over 1/2 years the car goes from being …See above the post from defgimp. Over 1/2 years the car goes from being worth £45k to £25k. So when you resell you lose £20k not £2k.


As per my response to defgimp, the car was launched in 2017 so it's safe to assume that he / she is looking at the previous model and not the current model. I've been searching for the new shape daily and the cheapest I can find one for is £36,700. No car would reduce that drastically within such a short period, after 3 years all vehicles lose around half their original value yes but not within months like what's stated. Thanks.
defgimp15th Jan

Was going to vote this cold, especially as it was only 18 months.but a …Was going to vote this cold, especially as it was only 18 months.but a quick shuffty on a used car website and a used 66 plate one of these with under 13,000 miles on it for £25k from a dealer?I know you're not gonna pay list, but the list on this is £45k so, if it was something I was looking for, personally, I'd look at renting one for £7700ish for 18 months instead of losing upwards of twice that, assuming the mileage and extras worked for me


Could you post the link for the one at £25k?! I've been searching high and low daily and the cheapest one I can find one for is £36,700. Also this car was only launched in 2017, so I think you have been looking at the previous shape / model! A link would be useful just to confirm, thanks.
pbilkhu23 h, 43 m ago

Of course you would. Let's say for arguments sake you bought this car for …Of course you would. Let's say for arguments sake you bought this car for £40k and sold it 18 months later for £38k, you'd only lose £2k as apposed to this 'deal' of losing £7775.83 for the same car over the same period. Clearly they're not exact figures but won't be far off. But it's also another reason why buying new is almost as daft as leasing. But hey ho, it's just my humble opinion, each to their own!


See above the post from defgimp. Over 1/2 years the car goes from being worth £45k to £25k. So when you resell you lose £20k not £2k.
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Mercedes-Benz AMG GT3 1:14 RC Car  £14.99 @ Maplin AND GET £5 VOUCHER when you C&C
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Receive a free £5 voucher when you reserve and pay-instore or purchase online for collection in store for orders over £10* between Friday 29th December 2017 and Tuesday 2nd January… Read more
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Sophiasky7 h, 30 m ago

I managed to get two vouchers buying things before Xmas. I think that they …I managed to get two vouchers buying things before Xmas. I think that they could be spent after 28th December. Does anybody know if you are allowed to combine the vouchers to get £10 off of something, or do they have to be used individually? Thank you.


One voucher per transaction
whiteston4 h, 31 m ago

You are better off leasing it rather than outright purchase


If you could pay £4 over 2 years and then hand it back I'd agree with you.
How do you stop it tailgaiting other RC cars?
I got one last month. They are incredible!
You are better off leasing it rather than outright purchase
10% off across the Halfords site (working on all items) - Sandisk Extreme MicroSDXC 128GB SD Card £44.99 - £50 gift card for £45 - Mercedes SLS ride on £22.50 (see OP) @ Halfords
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You can get 10% off anything across the Halfords website by using code HAPPYXMAS10 (need to type the code in capitals) Free c+c or free delivery on £40 spend Few examples be… Read more
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Thanks OP, just collected a 64gb memory card reduced from £40+, voucher and my British Cycling discount for £27!

Maxes out my car cam now
Thanks nebno6
jr0071 h, 47 m ago

Same with me but called to cancel the order. Now the code doesn’t work lol …Same with me but called to cancel the order. Now the code doesn’t work lol but might use British Cycling discount.


Got from top cash back gift cards they give 5% cashback. And E delivery on a date of your choosing
nebno617 h, 23 m ago

Just bought a £10 gift card. Paid the £9 and then it added on £4 after for …Just bought a £10 gift card. Paid the £9 and then it added on £4 after for postage what the hell Halfords!


Same with me but called to cancel the order. Now the code doesn’t work lol but might use British Cycling discount.
JamesDougal1 h, 0 m ago

Awk I know buddy but I take my parts seriously as I need all the …Awk I know buddy but I take my parts seriously as I need all the discount I can get to drive this thing and ye should buy it for that alone bud 15quid you get loads of other discounts and ye don't need to renew it next year for the card.. for example I got the biggest tool kit from halfords was on sale from £300 to £130 collected in-store used discount and got it for £110.50 👌


Cool, thats a good saving. Could do with a chest to organise my garage a bit. I'll definately look at signing upto the club. Thanks for that. All the best
Mercedes SLS Ride On Car £25 @ Halfords
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Back down to £25 again, been waiting for it to drop again, so grabbed one as a gift. Has a horn and music as well, just like my real one... (that I deamt about) Mercedes SLS Rid… Read more
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They had one left in halford that someone did t pickup so purchased!!!!! Thankyou
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Shadow360TT4 m ago

What was it before?


I think usually it sits around the £35 mark
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Halfords 5W30 BMW LL04 and Mercedes 223.51 4L engine oil INSTORE/ONLINE - £15
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Halfords are doing the 4L oil specials again Halfords 5W30 FS Oil BMW/MB 4L (BF) Limited Edition http://www.halfords.com/motoring/engine-oils-fluids/engine-oil/halfords-5w30-fs-o… Read more
rickj13 h, 33 m ago

I would double check spec as a lot of bmw are llo4 0 30.



I think you will find that 5w30 is better for your car if you are in the UK (as it may not be the best if you are in a cold country) - I did lot's of research and decided 5 is better than 0.
after many years of paying for castrol I have now started using cheap oils that meet the spec and change the oil more often (mines a diesel and the oil gets very black after a year)
I've used Halfords oil for a while now, yes it is supplied by Comma on the web page look where it says "additional information" (at the bottom of the Description tag) and click the safety data sheet link.
Comma was part of Exon so its not some back street set up: commaoil.com/abo…ory
Good price for this product.
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ukmonkey49 m ago

Is Halfords oil any good compared to Castro?


Quote possibly not. People will believe anything to save a few quid. They did some tests years ago on so called budget priced premium oils, and they weren't as good. They found that many fully synthetic oils were actually 'based' on fully synthetic oil, they were in fact a derivative of fully synthetic, but not the same as. Many times they aren't engineered or tested to the same specification of true brand leaders like Castrol or Mobil. They did not have the same endurance or anti-sludging qualities of the premium branded oils. I don't personally know about Halfords own products and how they're engineered, but it's a big risk in my opinion unless you know who makes their oil.

Some things like aftermarket spark plugs are actually identical parts to the OEM ones, so you're basically paying 3 or 4 times the amount for the OEM stamp, and nothing else (sometimes the same for oil filters, but not always).
I would double check spec as a lot of bmw are llo4 0 30.
BMW vs Mercedes Twin Pack 1:24 Scale RC Cars was £24.99 now £7.49 C+C @ Maplin (+ £5 voucher wys £10 & C+C)
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Maplin have launched an offer called Magic Mega Deals, certain items have been heavily reduced with a limit of 1 per person, the offer includes this FAB BMW vs Mercedes Twin Pack R… Read more
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pep4114 h, 36 m ago

https://www.7dayshop.com/rechargeable-batteries



As recommended by Which?
Thanks, ordered for my grandson (but I'm sure I'll enjoy helping him play with them). Heat added.
Soso_A-1058341641714154764 h, 3 m ago

Just been down to Charlton store in Greenwich after reserving one. They …Just been down to Charlton store in Greenwich after reserving one. They had at least six in the baskets by the till. If this is close enough to you, may help you.


Cheers, Website is lying then, so best take a trip to a store if you can be bothered. They've only knocked off 10% anyway...
Carrera Formula 1 Mercedes Champions Playset. Argos ebay. Free delivery - £14.99
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Carrera Formula 1 Mercedes Champions Playset. From the Argos Shop on ebayBrand New With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee Carrera Formula 1 Mercedes Champions Playset. General Informatio… Read more
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I was lucky, purchased this from them last week, was £16.99. it's huge, only problem was the back of the box was missing and it was taped up with sellotape. All brand new though
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Genuine quality Mercedes Engine Oil BARGAIN £35.18 @ euro-commercials ebay
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£3.52 per litre of quality engine oil is very very cheap. it is the genuine MB low ash oil so great for cars with DPF i use in my volvo v70 D5 & it works fine! (I hope!) ALWAY… Read more
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no_Sunshine14th Nov

It would be interesting to see what the label reads on the other side of …It would be interesting to see what the label reads on the other side of the bottle. This looks like the backside/barcode side.

Delivered. Will get you picture tomorrow.
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mel140815 h, 44 m ago

5L same stuff, same seller £17.50.£35 for 10LWhy pay more?

Well spotted.
I agree! Why pay more.
How do I vote my own post cold?!
And, if it really is the good stuff, can get 20L for £53.97 = £2.69 per litre - which works out much cheaper.

ebay.co.uk/itm…105?

Heat added nonetheless for a good find, (IF its really the genuine stuff)
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zed683 m ago

this suits bmw as well


How does it? Its not ll04 spec
this suits bmw as well
Lego Technic 42043 Mercedes Benz Arocs 3245 reduced to £60 in store Tesco (Loughborough)
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Lego Technic 42043 Mercedes Benz Arocs 3245 reduced to £60 (from £130 and rrp £180) in store at Tesco’s Loughborough. I took the only one off the shelf. I suspect it’s store spe… Read more
Thanks, managed to snag 3 in the last few stores i went in and someone took the other one
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These local deals are such a waste if time for 99.9% of us and should be banned.

HUKD... How about insisting on national and online deals only? NOT ONCE has a local deal been of benefit to me, even in my town!
It's most likely a set that got returned from Tesco Direct.
3 figure heat for this???
Garnett54 m ago

Not really. How is it any different to the "Found a tenner in the car …Not really. How is it any different to the "Found a tenner in the car park" deal I suggested? HUKD is for sharing deals not for bragging about deals. Filling the site with stuff that's out of date before it's even been posted is one thing that ruins the site.


Correct. I’ve noticed more and more of this type of post. If you know at the time of posting that it is not going to help anyone else get the same deal, why post it? Good deal for OP but not good for the site.
LEGO Technic Mercedes-Benz Arocs 42043 £107.99 @ Tesco Direct (Also 20% off other Lego Technic e.g. Lego Technic Volvo £47.99)
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20% off promo on Lego Technic, some good prices LEGO Technic Mercedes-Benz Arocs 42043 - £107.99 https://www.tesco.com/direct/lego-technic-mercedes-benz-arocs-42043/719-70… Read more
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Out of stock
Yeah good prices, heat added
Great spot. The Porsche is £160, cheapest I've seen it lately
Mercedes SLS Ride On Car £25 @ Halfords
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Looks like a new Mercedes ride on at Halfords for £25 - free c+c Suitable for children 2+ Mercedes SLS Ride On Car Extra Info Authentic Licensing from Mercedes-Benz Made … Read more
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Agharta1 h, 30 m ago

Just ordered two for Sebastian Vettel to give to his kids.


Hope they don't drive like their father as he rams you from behind
Im all over this chanchi
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What's the mpg on this badboy?
I would like to make a initial payment of £1 followed by 12 payments at £2. Thanks.
Just ordered two for Sebastian Vettel to give to his kids.
MERCEDES-BENZ G CLASS AMG STATION WAGON G63 [571] 5DR TIP AUTO £121,638 @ Drive the deal
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These cars are wicked, absolutely baller Merc 4x4, let the h8rs h8, great deal. Give me 3 more years!
The hate this car gets only makes me love it more! Like the LR Defender this thing is timeless and I hope it gets made till the end of time.
Always wanted one of these since I watched Bourne Ultimatum...
notos10 h, 5 m ago

Would rather have this model http://www.army-uk.info/equip.php?ID=706



Funny ad...

It's a armoured car but advert states....

Vehicle does have some scratches to the paint and also has a small crack in the front windscreen and crack in one rear quarter window


Toon_army7 h, 22 m ago

You'd be suprised at how many of us are secret millionaires!

This site is why I'm a millionaire or is it why I'm a pauper!? 🤔
Mercedes ML350 6v Electric Ride on Car with Remote  - RRP £240  Now  Half Price Just £120 @ Halfords
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Great For Xmas !!! Mercedes ML350 6v Electric Ride on Car with Remote Let your little ones rule the road with the Licensed Mercedes ML350 6v Ride on Car with Remote . Th… Read more
qqq123410 h, 5 m ago

just checked , £5 up . now 129.99KALCO TOYS UK - 2018 Licensed Mercedes …just checked , £5 up . now 129.99KALCO TOYS UK - 2018 Licensed Mercedes ML350 12V Electric Ride on Kids Car with Remote White Jeep 12v https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01DCOR1KC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_vV06zbNVEN3KS


Who is it dispatch by?
6v are too slow they can’t go up hills, always get the 12v minimum .
iz12345678914 h, 20 m ago

Do you have the Amazon link? Couldn't find it for £124.99 thanks




just checked , £5 up . now 129.99

KALCO TOYS UK - 2018 Licensed Mercedes ML350 12V Electric Ride on Kids Car with Remote White Jeep 12v amazon.co.uk/dp/…3KS
qqq123413 h, 2 m ago

i just recieved mine for my 11months old, from amazon 124.99. with "swing …i just recieved mine for my 11months old, from amazon 124.99. with "swing "function,means it like kiddi ride outside supermarket , working (real)radio, and 12v. ... and open doors too. quality is ok, not the best, but my LO is very happy about it. [Image]


Do you have the Amazon link? Couldn't find it for £124.99 thanks
Do you own it at the end? Or am I better off putting the money towards a nearly new one?
Brand New 67 reg Mercedes C200 SE 9G-Tronic Auto Saloon, save £10,615 off RRP of £30,610 (35% off!) at Drive the Deal - £19,995
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Further to my posted deal 2 months ago for the C200 SE manual, (https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/brand-new-67-reg-mercedes-c200-se-saloon-save-10355-off-rrp-of-29010-36-off-at-driv… Read more
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Agharta20th Oct 2017

Yes, they don't make an electric version.


They do hybrid version
Anymore deals like this?
Did anyone enquire about the scrappage scheme on this? Thanks
Just had a voicemail from them saying that they'd sold out of the C220 Executive Edition Estates. Not sure if any of the others are available though.
Cold. Not a Fiat Punto.
Mercedes CLS 220d 7G-Tronic Diesel Automatic New £30592 at Carwow
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Seems like a bargain price for a brand new Mercedes CLS. Great looking car which gets good reviews
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So is this a real deal.....considering the 20k c200 se could be tempted into this for sure.
All the good lease deals seem to have evaporated end sept
118luke16 h, 24 m ago

The media outlets want taking to the cleaners the amount of anti-diesel …The media outlets want taking to the cleaners the amount of anti-diesel propaganda that they publish.The anti Diesel drive hasn't come from the government at all, as no official announcements have been made - its all come from the news & papers, allied together with poorly educated climate protesters!


Thats exactly it, the media are trying to drum up a "scandal" where there isnt one.
Uncommon.Sense14 h, 29 m ago

Looks like this would be still worth £10-12k after 6 years, and 80-100k …Looks like this would be still worth £10-12k after 6 years, and 80-100k miles, so pretty much impossible to beat if you are leasing a vehicle. Works out at about £3-3.3k per year cost, plus any repairs, tax and if paying outright the lost interest on £30k which compounded over 6 years on a low interest ISA or similar at around 2-2.25% is circa £4.3k over the 6 years.So, the real cost per year is going to be £4200-4500, which equates to ~£350-375 per month. Best lease deal I can find is around £398 per month averaged, including the upfront costs, and with 10K miles. Obviously there's not that much in it, and if you opt to go for a 24 months lease, you would have the benefit of getting the newer version a lot sooner.It's down to personal choice, if you keep it more than 6 years, then it starts to make more sense, but things start to get expensive when they go wrong with these cars, and 6-7 years is pushing it imo.


I wholly agree. If you only plan to run this 2 or 3 years then i'd consider leasing one. If you want to run it longer, then buying outright is probably better.
118luke16 h, 0 m ago

Here we go - the pro-leasers at it again. They moan when someone suggests …Here we go - the pro-leasers at it again. They moan when someone suggests buying the car in the leasing threads yet come in here to say "it would be better to lease"NO - leasing isn't the perfect solution that you think it is Mr Rose-Tinted Glasses wearer. If:1. You have an ego that requires you to show off to the Jones' next door that you have a shiny new ornament on your driveway every 2 years 2. You like forking out continuously month-on-month and year-on-year for something you'll never actually own3. You don't actually drive anywhere...Then leasing is perfect for youOtherwise:1. If you intend to keep a car for a long time (e.g best value for money) -or-2. Do above average mileage that would stack up excess mileage charges at the end of a lease -or-3. Prefer to save money in the long run and have more financial safety4. Prefer not to have a "penalty lease fee" for any damages caused by other careless clots5. Want to be more environmentally friendly (Building a new car is far worse for the environment than running one for years)...Then buying is your best answer.Simples


Oh get a grip.

If you plan on changing your new car every two or three years, then leasing may be an effective way to drive a new car. Likewise, if you want to budget a set amount monthly for a car, to include depreciation, road tax, etc then leasing may be a good idea.

There was someone on the previous page getting sniffy because this car might depreciate to £20K after two years. Well, if that person believes that buying new and changing at two years is right for them, then leasing may be an option

Leasing deals are usually 10-12k per annum, which is what most people do. Signing up to a 5K a year deal if you do 12K would be plain daft, likewise not driving a car you otherwise planned to stay within leasing miles would be equally as daft.

I havent leased, and if i was in a position to want to buy a car like this, i'd run it 5 years minimum. Likewise if someone wants to lease one and can afford the payments then there may be sense in that.

There is no right or wrong answer but jumping on the lease deals and giving them a kicking for all the wrong reasons is banal.
Looks like this would be still worth £10-12k after 6 years, and 80-100k miles, so pretty much impossible to beat if you are leasing a vehicle. Works out at about £3-3.3k per year cost, plus any repairs, tax and if paying outright the lost interest on £30k which compounded over 6 years on a low interest ISA or similar at around 2-2.25% is circa £4.3k over the 6 years.

So, the real cost per year is going to be £4200-4500, which equates to ~£350-375 per month. Best lease deal I can find is around £398 per month averaged, including the upfront costs, and with 10K miles. Obviously there's not that much in it, and if you opt to go for a 24 months lease, you would have the benefit of getting the newer version a lot sooner.

It's down to personal choice, if you keep it more than 6 years, then it starts to make more sense, but things start to get expensive when they go wrong with these cars, and 6-7 years is pushing it imo.
Mercedes-Benz C Class Saloon C200 SE 4dr £221.18 PM (total cost £11,197.82) @ Yes Lease
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I would go for this in a flash if it were an automatic. I would imagine that the good price on these is because they can't sell manuals and have them in stock.
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Initial rental at 634.57
47 payments at 211.34
Processing fee at 360
Total 10,936.01
A friend of mine has one of these as a company car and he hates it. Not the end of the world on a 2 year term, but 4 years is a long time to be stuck with a car if you don't get on with it, or if you have a change of circumstances. Not bad though if you're happy to tie yourself in for such a length of time.
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