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JAGUAR XF 2.0i PRESTIGE auto lease pch, £163.99/month, initial £1475.93 - £5247.68 @ Select Car Leasing
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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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fishmaster3 h, 29 m ago

I'm not confused. As to where BMW come in to this Range Rover was once a …I'm not confused. As to where BMW come in to this Range Rover was once a British brand. Anyway it's all semantics I don't care where anything is made, the UK car industry as a whole hasn't been that great for decades.


I can't understand where BMW comes in to this at all? TATA owns Jaguar Land Rover, this includes the Range Rover brand.
Zed2137 h, 22 m ago

I think you are confused somewhat.The car isn't 'Indian' in any shape or …I think you are confused somewhat.The car isn't 'Indian' in any shape or form. Design in England, UK. Manufactured in England UK. Employees in design and manufacture in England, UK. Call it Indian based on the ownership of the ownership of the parent company is a bit odd with no relevance whatsoever. Jaguar and Land Rover brand belong to the same company Jaguar Land Rover, who are owned by Tata Motors. Where does BMW come in to this?


I'm not confused. As to where BMW come in to this Range Rover was once a British brand. Anyway it's all semantics I don't care where anything is made, the UK car industry as a whole hasn't been that great for decades.
fishmaster22nd Jan

This car is Indian though as Jaguar is owned by the Indian company Tata …This car is Indian though as Jaguar is owned by the Indian company Tata and Range Rover is owned by the German company BMW. The last time Britain made good cars was er hmm well er ok Aston Martin and McLaren but a bit pricey compared to this deal.


I think you are confused somewhat.

The car isn't 'Indian' in any shape or form.
Design in England, UK. Manufactured in England UK. Employees in design and manufacture in England, UK.
Call it Indian based on the ownership of the ownership of the parent company is a bit odd with no relevance whatsoever.

Jaguar and Land Rover brand belong to the same company Jaguar Land Rover, who are owned by Tata Motors.

Where does BMW come in to this?
7day6th Jan

Around £200 for 8 k ...if you get notability this is free. Time to change …Around £200 for 8 k ...if you get notability this is free. Time to change the Range Rover.thanks ..it is bristish as well .


This car is Indian though as Jaguar is owned by the Indian company Tata and Range Rover is owned by the German company BMW. The last time Britain made good cars was er hmm well er ok Aston Martin and McLaren but a bit pricey compared to this deal.
lukman2k13th Jan

Post up the exact deal you got so it helps people out , thanks


Sorry I'm new here but after the shocking service I got from select I had to post. Here is the deal I got from Orbit which I was pleased with and delivery due 31st March.

Jaguar XF Saloon 2.0i R Sport in white with black interior no options.

The quote is as follows:

2 years 10,000 miles
Initial Payment - £1988.91 inc
Monthly Payment - £220.99 inc

£7071.68 plus £300 admin

Hope this helps
Golf R 310 Estate 4wd DSG - 24 months PCH - 10k miles £233.93pm @ NVS
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24 month PCH lease. By my calculations once you factor the admin fee and initial upfront cost, it works out to about £334.18pm - but feel free to correct me if I'm wrong. I think … Read more
alastairgordon19848th Jan

So you like throwing away money? This car will cost you more in …So you like throwing away money? This car will cost you more in depreciation over those 2 years than this deal! Meanwhile you have £30k of your hard earned cash tied up in a car.


If you pay the inflated price yes, but stupid is as stupid does
formsm2000comp30th Nov 2017

Just to add. On the forums I think you lose 10% of power and get dead …Just to add. On the forums I think you lose 10% of power and get dead spots in the rev range using standard fuel. This is what VW have told people who asked on the forums. I think it has to accept standard fuel. As in your engine won't fail due to it. But you get less performance. Because I do less than 5k a year miles the cost increase isn't massive. But this deal is for 10k a year. So just making people aware



I personally wouldn't believe anything that VW tells people !
OutwithCameron130th Nov 2017

Rather own a car thanks, don't like debt


So you like throwing away money? This car will cost you more in depreciation over those 2 years than this deal! Meanwhile you have £30k of your hard earned cash tied up in a car.
fattyuk3rd Dec 2017

You got absoultly wrecked in this thread, you literally come across like a …You got absoultly wrecked in this thread, you literally come across like a small little weasel of a man!


Who can afford a car without being in debt
OutwithCameron130th Nov

Rather own a car thanks, don't like debt


You'd rather have something old that you lose money on rather than something new that you lose money on?

I owned my last car and it cost me more in depreciation than my current lease will cost...and the car is twice as expensive and twice as new.

Your loss buddy. Our gain
KIA SPORTAGE GT-LINE.    3+47m lease/PCH for £246.45 per month + £198 broker fee. Includes  VAT and Metallic Paint
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Obviously no good if you want to own the car. 1.7 diesel also available for a few quid more. I cant find cheaper - can you?
antmoss310th Oct

Has anyone driven/own a new sportage. If so any comments


Ive been leasing one for the past 11 months. The 1.7 diesel '2' version. Nice and spacious and good sized boot. Not bad to drive nice and comfy and not too bad on the corners. Fine for a family car. The mpg seems to be getting better over time too although initially wasn't as much as id have hoped.. I leased a Honda Civic before this and the Kia isn't quiet as refined but the '2' model has plenty of technology and was cheaper to insure and service but I guess that depends on model. 4 years seems long to lease. I always go for 24 months while I decide what car to buy then always just end up leasing again!! Never had any charges when giving back but always looked after. The Honda's front wheels were scuffed but wasn't charged.
Better deals out there than a kia sportage for this money and certainly wouldn't lease over 4 years. Kind of defeats the point.
Has anyone driven/own a new sportage. If so any comments
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Bailerboybox2 m ago

36 months 8k miles inc vat £229 per month no admin …36 months 8k miles inc vat £229 per month no admin https://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/deals/kia/sportage/estate-1.6t-gdi-gt-line-5dr/personal/1653355/?price_id=18263499not metallic, but you could haggle!



Thanks
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not metallic, but you could haggle!
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Skoda Octavia 2.0 TDI CR SE Technology 2yr lease/PCH 10k miles/pa equiv £194/month @ Hub Leasing
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Seen as today is post a Skoda deal day (highfive) ... For those who may be after the diesel equivalent, here's a benchmark price for 2 years vehicle hire for sub £5k... and would… Read more
OrribleHarry22nd Sep

It's basic economics, if the UK is exporting products they are adding …It's basic economics, if the UK is exporting products they are adding value to the UK and ultimately yourself in property value and income. By importing a product you are decreasing the value of the economy and adding it to the exporting countries value. A strong economy exports more than it imports, simple as that.


That's basic economics... pre-Adam Smith.
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CoeK13 m ago

Our strong currency has more effect on reducing our exports and increasing …Our strong currency has more effect on reducing our exports and increasing our imports than patriotism ever will. Even if it has been weak lately.


Worse performing currency in the past twelve months.
OrribleHarry2 h, 52 m ago

It's basic economics, if the UK is exporting products they are adding …It's basic economics, if the UK is exporting products they are adding value to the UK and ultimately yourself in property value and income. By importing a product you are decreasing the value of the economy and adding it to the exporting countries value. A strong economy exports more than it imports, simple as that.


That is overly simplistic. A strong economy can increase imports and exports, exports being high will increase spending power which will increase imports. Our strong currency has more effect on reducing our exports and increasing our imports than patriotism ever will. Even if it has been weak lately.
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CoeK3 h, 45 m ago

Was there a time when jaguar and landrover weren't made in the UK?


Only on licence, i.e Santana in Spain.
ultrak3wl37 m ago

I never understand the "Buying British is better" people. When you ask …I never understand the "Buying British is better" people. When you ask them why it's better they never seem to be able to tell you, just get all huffy and say surely it's obvious and run you down for being insufficiently "patriotic".


It's basic economics, if the UK is exporting products they are adding value to the UK and ultimately yourself in property value and income.
By importing a product you are decreasing the value of the economy and adding it to the exporting countries value.

A strong economy exports more than it imports, simple as that.
Mitsubishi L200 Diesel Double Cab DI-D 178 Warrior 4WD PCH £2280 + 17 * £120/pm £360 Admin Fee 8k miles/pa £4680 @ Vehicle Savers
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For a 4x4 this isn’t too bad! Bit of a hungry engine but great for those who like large trucks/tradesmen etc. The warrior mid spec version of the L200 but is pretty kitted out. I … Read more
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jamgin15 m ago

'Of course there are good reasons for pollution and there are legitimate …'Of course there are good reasons for pollution and there are legitimate reasons for requiring a vehicle like this.’Lol. A quote straight from the book : 'Global Warning is a Myth and Nothing to do With Me’ by Donald Trump


Nice trolling, not biting. Good day to you.
stevemac401 h, 44 m ago

In which case what are you doing on the internet? Or using electricity? Or …In which case what are you doing on the internet? Or using electricity? Or I dare say using modern medicine, transport, consumables or anything you haven't produced in a completely self sufficient manner?Of course there are good reasons for pollution and there are legitimate reasons for requiring a vehicle like this.


'Of course there are good reasons for pollution and there are legitimate reasons for requiring a vehicle like this.’


Lol. A quote straight from the book : 'Global Warning is a Myth and Nothing to do With Me’ by Donald Trump
jamgin10 h, 7 m ago

There is a no 'good' reason that justifies polluting the atmosphere.

In which case what are you doing on the internet? Or using electricity? Or I dare say using modern medicine, transport, consumables or anything you haven't produced in a completely self sufficient manner?

Of course there are good reasons for pollution and there are legitimate reasons for requiring a vehicle like this.
poing17 h, 23 m ago

Or perhaps some of us help out with the local kids adventure group and …Or perhaps some of us help out with the local kids adventure group and often have to tow a trailer of stuff/bikes for various camps, then when taking it all back it's typically muddy and wet. This is ideal because all the muddy stuff goes in the back instead of the boot of the car.


There is a no 'good' reason that justifies polluting the atmosphere.
jamgin10 h, 18 m ago

The year 2017 and still gas guzzling diesels are being sold/leased to …The year 2017 and still gas guzzling diesels are being sold/leased to polute a town/city near you.If you've more money than sense and don't give a monkey about the environment then this is a deal for you.


Or perhaps some of us help out with the local kids adventure group and often have to tow a trailer of stuff/bikes for various camps, then when taking it all back it's typically muddy and wet. This is ideal because all the muddy stuff goes in the back instead of the boot of the car.
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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Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid PCH 9+23, £128.13/month at Ryders of Warrington
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This is a 2 year PCH deal on a Hyundai Hybrid vehicle. A good alternative to the Toyota Prius, but amazing value for money at £4100 including VAT for 2 years motoring. NOTE: this… Read more
lnkkishore

I got a quote for £160 inc vat (6+23 months) for 10K PA for Hybrid SE … I got a quote for £160 inc vat (6+23 months) for 10K PA for Hybrid SE with metallic paint from local Hyundai dealers



lnkkishore

Pl contact Andrew from Murley Hyundai, Warwick. Only few in stock in … Pl contact Andrew from Murley Hyundai, Warwick. Only few in stock in Black & Silver !


Hyundai Birmingham West also offered the same i.e. £160 inc vat (6+23 months) for 10K PA. Pl contact Tom Allam.
Price quoted in OP doesn't include VAT. Just been quoted £128 for base model 9+23
Gozer

As you now know you were wrong, why don't you just delete your original … As you now know you were wrong, why don't you just delete your original post?


Done
hamisj22

Found another offer on Hyundai Ioniq … Found another offer on Hyundai Ioniq SE..http://www.endeavourautomotive.co.uk/hyundai/new-car-offers/hyundai-ioniq-offers/The Hybrid SE model is now available from just £56 per month with £2,500 initial rental on Personal Contract Hire (12,000 miles per annum, 18 month contract – Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid 1.6 SE*).



A great offer but only 18 months, so an average of £192 per month compared to £171 for this one.


Found another offer on Hyundai Ioniq SE..

http://www.endeavourautomotive.co.uk/hyundai/new-car-offers/hyundai-ioniq-offers/
The Hybrid SE model is now available from just £56 per month with £2,500 initial rental on Personal Contract Hire (12,000 miles per annum, 18 month contract – Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid 1.6 SE*).
Vauxhall Astra 1.4 (150PS) Elite 2 yr personal lease 10k miles/pa - 23 months @ £149.51 + deposit £897.07 (inc VAT) - Total deal price = £4335.80 @ JET
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Found this outstanding lease deal for a top spec Astra Elite, 1.4 turbo petrol. Total price over 2 years - £4335.80 Full spec from Vauxhall's website: 17-inch multispoke alloy… Read more
mileslt

Hot! Picked the Elite Nav model in June on a lease after selling my 2005 … Hot! Picked the Elite Nav model in June on a lease after selling my 2005 320d and love it. yes it's a vauxhall but it's a great car to drive with lots of technology for the price. what other car this price has its own wifi zone!



What colour you go for mate? Gonna order on weekend myself i think
Hot! Picked the Elite Nav model in June on a lease after selling my 2005 320d and love it. yes it's a vauxhall but it's a great car to drive with lots of technology for the price. what other car this price has its own wifi zone!
Cheapest i can get this offer for is 4454.04. Closest i can get to the deal price here.
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OrribleHarry

You just can't accept that this new version of the astra is a really good … You just can't accept that this new version of the astra is a really good car, in fact better than your own car. You have no basis whatsoever for your arguments. Maybe, just maybe you had tried the previous version of astra which was distinctly average. The new model however is a huge improvement and is being praised as such by the motoring press.... Any way bored now, off for a cheese sandwich.



Is that a Vauxhall cheese sandwich VXR ?
Skoda Octavia vRS 20.CR TDI, Nav, Metallic Paint PCH £159/month, £2490 deposit, 10k miles/year Total £6147 @ Simpsons Skoda
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This deal seems to always be on but they adjust the payments. However I believe this is the cheapest it's been. Diesel Skoda Octavia vRS with Nav and metallic paint, 10k miles a y… Read more
dont mack me off

If modern diesels were over-stressed they would fail quicker. They don't … If modern diesels were over-stressed they would fail quicker. They don't for high milers. There is a reason high mileage drivers almost invariably go diesel. They also don't smell either (your first post) - i don't get out at work and have to scrub up due to the car i drive. You have also omitted to mention better torque so far superior for high load applications such as towing as well as the obvious better economy and range. Many modern diesels are a joy to drive, smooth and refined. You can barely tell they are diesel once warmed and have great mid range punch for over-taking. True VW were caught out but they also produce plenty of other diesel engines that perform just as well as those that cheated without resorting to hoodwinking the tester (mine being one of them). I have owned more petrol cars than diesel and would happily purchase either in the future. Its horses for courses really.


Exactly: diesels are more efficient because they have higher compression ratios, rev slower (hence produce more torque), last longer (because they rev slower and have to be stronger due to high compression) and produce much less CO2 than Otto cycle engines. Petrol motors are lighter (because they do not have to be so strong), have higher specific power outputs (due to higher engine speeds) and produce less NOX. Neither is perfect, but each suits some circumstances better than others. In the UK with very similar tax regimes on the fuels the market for cars is pretty equally divided with electricity and LPG being bit players (for the time being).
ollie87

Electric I can understand, I very nearly bought a Renault Zoe recently as … Electric I can understand, I very nearly bought a Renault Zoe recently as it was a lovely little car, just a little slow and short on range for my needs.As for diesel I'll just never get my head around it, people are used to buying them I guess, since being lied to by the government that they were a 'green' alternative to petrol. What a joke that is, they're horrendous. Your point about petrol vehicles wearing out? I've owned plenty of cars (including Alfa's) that've done more than that sort of mileage and have still run fine. And even at that mileage they're quieter and smoother than a diesel, mainly because they're not as highly stressed as a modern diesel has to be.


If modern diesels were over-stressed they would fail quicker. They don't for high milers. There is a reason high mileage drivers almost invariably go diesel. They also don't smell either (your first post) - i don't get out at work and have to scrub up due to the car i drive. You have also omitted to mention better torque so far superior for high load applications such as towing as well as the obvious better economy and range. Many modern diesels are a joy to drive, smooth and refined. You can barely tell they are diesel once warmed and have great mid range punch for over-taking. True VW were caught out but they also produce plenty of other diesel engines that perform just as well as those that cheated without resorting to hoodwinking the tester (mine being one of them). I have owned more petrol cars than diesel and would happily purchase either in the future. Its horses for courses really.
afroylnt

Is it true that lots of short jounrey's will kill the DPF filter any … Is it true that lots of short jounrey's will kill the DPF filter any asociated values (Erg on VW) leading to expensive replacments of £1k +?



​Yes, but not in the time you'll own the car for.
othenwhich

must be good for the environment



https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/sep/22/the-rise-diesel-in-europe-impact-on-health-pollution
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2598212/Emissions-diesel-damage-childrens-brains-increase-risk-autism-schizophrenia-scientists-warn.html
http://www.ucsusa.org/clean_vehicles/why-clean-cars/air-pollution-and-health/trucks-buses-and-other-commercial-vehicles/diesel-engines-and-public.html
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/air-quality-diesel-vehicle-car-emissions-clean-air-zones-charge-polluting-vehicles-mps-a7002611.html
https://yougov.co.uk/news/2016/06/09/diesel-tackling-public-health-emergency/
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-35629034
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2013/nov/10/pollutionwatch-petrol-diesel-climate-change


There are plenty more.
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ollie87

Electric I can understand, I very nearly bought a Renault Zoe recently as … Electric I can understand, I very nearly bought a Renault Zoe recently as it was a lovely little car, just a little slow and short on range for my needs.As for diesel I'll just never get my head around it, people are used to buying them I guess, since being lied to by the government that they were a 'green' alternative to petrol. What a joke that is, they're horrendous. Your point about petrol vehicles wearing out? I've owned plenty of cars (including Alfa's) that've done more than that sort of mileage and have still run fine. And even at that mileage they're quieter and smoother than a diesel, mainly because they're not as highly stressed as a modern diesel has to be.


I think we will have to agree to disagree. I (and 45.9% of drivers) like diesels, in particular the compression ignition engine's inherent advantage in thermodynamic efficiency (over the spark ignition engine) that will always lead to better specific fuel efficiency for diesel cars, which must be good for the environment and our pockets.
No government (not even the Labour administrations that presided over the increase in popularity of diesels) has lied to us owners, the information is plain to see.
There are advantages and demerits of diesels and petrol cars (I have one of each), but very clearly neither is 'complete crap' (your words), so let's just leave it there.
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Seat Leon Sport Coupe 1.4 EcoTSI 150 FR Titanium 24 month Car Lease Total £4640.04 @ NVC
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Great spec car (FR Titanium model) with a sub 8 sec 0 - 62 and a 56.5mpg. List price starts at £21,575 and equipment includes: - 1.4 Eco TSI 150PS petrol engine - Sat nav - DAB … Read more
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Can anyone still obtain this price or know of any similar lease deals as competitive on the leon?
i bought a 5 door leon 1.6 diesel 105psi with tech pack and fr alloys - looks just like fr with out badge for £6k.
done a bit of mileage but hopefully will sell in a year and may lose a few hundred. free road tax too which is bonus.
OrribleHarry

You should check YOURS its well know how unreliable VAG stuff is.



​Will do.
Kimboball

still unsure on these deals, cannot get my head around them! I would buy … still unsure on these deals, cannot get my head around them! I would buy a car around 18months/2 years old with low mileage (lost quite a bit of value + still has manufacturing warranty!) I would keep the car for around 3 or even 4 years then sell and buy another, ok you are not getting a new car, but my last two only had 6k on the clock...why would I spend 5k to rent? the wife's Leon Fr (a fiesta St doesn't come close, you need to compare with Focus) has been great, look on auto trader and eBay for 2014/5 models / prices, not voted as I do not understand !



How much did the last car that you bought and then traded-in depreciate by over those 3 years? £6k? £7k?

Add to that VED costs, breakdown cover costs, MOT costs, servicing costs, repair bill costs that you paid for/non-warranty work costs, tyres that needed replacing etc.

If it worked out cheaper than £2300 per year then fair enough, but I doubt it did.
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Audi A6 Saloon 2.0 TDI 190ps SE lease, 10k miles, 9 + 23 £7475.66 @ Gateway2Lease
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No idea why it's not on their offers page as it's quite a good one. £2051 initial rental, 23 x £227.99, plus £180 admin fee. https://www.gateway2lease.com/cars/audi/a6-saloon/a6-… Read more
This is expensive.
sao

This quote is for solid paint. It's worth noting that choosing metallic … This quote is for solid paint. It's worth noting that choosing metallic paint on a lease car should actually reduce the premium.



should ​in theory. I've only ever seen the price go up by the cost of options. doesn't seem to effect future residual value.
This quote is for solid paint. It's worth noting that choosing metallic paint on a lease car should actually reduce the premium.
That is a good deal
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ahmedmustafa

Is this automatic or manual gearbox?



Manual. Automatic versions of these models have S-Tronic in the title.
Car Lease - Audi A3 Hatchback 1.4 TFSI Sport 3dr (£167.02 Inc VAT x 24 ) +(360 processing Fee) + (9+23 £1503 initial payment) = £5704.46for 24 month lease @ V4B 8k miles
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This is for the new 66 plate Audi A3 3dr in September which has a new face lift - Sports model comes with sports suspension, Bluetooth, SD Sat Nav, Cruise Control, 17'' Alloys. … Read more
I'm genuinely considering leasing.

Could someone please explain what the 9+23 rental profile means? Any other tips and advice?

I'm 29. Been driving since 17 but have always bought used cars under £4k and then spent loads on servicing and maintenance over the years. I fancy drivimg a new car now.
Audi4life
Why do you need sports suspension in a car that will probably just be used to take little charlie to school n back, and drive to Sainsburys once a week?
harish

Would love this; I can afford the car but as I'm 19 I think insurance … Would love this; I can afford the car but as I'm 19 I think insurance would kill me



Why don't you have a look - you might be surprised.
nitro228

You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall … You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall for half this money and you get to keep it. Why would you go for this?



Self respect???
BMW 1 Series 116d Sport 3dr PCH £165.14 per month, deposit £990.86, £180 admin fee, 5000 miles @ Gateway2Lease (Total Term - £4969.08)
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This must be the cheapest BMW 1 series lease I've ever seen. Millage allowance can be increased for additional few quid a month. Link to the lease deal: http://www.gateway2lease… Read more
any other good deals out at the moment, preferably 5dr and/or automatic?
muckspreader1

Cheapest because it's the worst,ugliest and chavist bmw on the market as … Cheapest because it's the worst,ugliest and chavist bmw on the market as seen on every new build estate up and down the country along with the audi a1.For those who can't afford a decent mercedes or vw.



​You're a ****.
Cheapest because it's the worst,ugliest and chavist bmw on the market as seen on every new build estate up and down the country along with the audi a1.For those who can't afford a decent mercedes or vw.
Does anyone have a rough idea on the wait time for one of these and if you can change to a 12 month lease?
ceaton88

Can someone confirm this is LCI M Sport?



​Although it is misleading, the image on the deal is of an M sport.
Seat Leon 2.0 TDI 184 FR - 24 month lease - £176.39 p/m - £1298.32 initial - 5k All Car Leasing
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Get your hands on the fastest diesel Seat Leon, in high spec FR trim for £5,355.24 over two years. This deal is for low mileage users, at 5k per annum, however double that can b… Read more
lhurren

Had a 63 plate 1.6 SE Leon as a hire car today. Was very nice. It only … Had a 63 plate 1.6 SE Leon as a hire car today. Was very nice. It only had 105bhp and wasn't full of kit but it was fast enough, averaged 60mpg despite cruise being set to 90 and had Bluetooth etc.It made me realise that this 184 FR must be pretty special.



yep picked up my 1.8 tsi dsg , certainly shifts X)

the diesel must be excellent on the 184 even better after a remap to 230bhp oO and 500lbs of torque

still no worries about egr valve and dpf`s to block on the petrol , does nearly 50mpg on the motorway too , my car is two faced fast yet frugal X)
Original Poster
Had a 63 plate 1.6 SE Leon as a hire car today. Was very nice. It only had 105bhp and wasn't full of kit but it was fast enough, averaged 60mpg despite cruise being set to 90 and had Bluetooth etc.

It made me realise that this 184 FR must be pretty special.
londonguy

lol ok what did he pay for the 13 1.8 dsg ?



Dunno mate it's all been done on finance.
Bossworld

He's a lovely bloke but car mad, why he didn't just find the extra for … He's a lovely bloke but car mad, why he didn't just find the extra for the 1.8 dsg last year I've no idea.



lol ok

what did he pay for the 13 1.8 dsg ?
londonguy

your mate sounds like a nutter X)yep this one has them not that i really … your mate sounds like a nutter X)yep this one has them not that i really used them on the s-line i had



He's a lovely bloke but car mad, why he didn't just find the extra for the 1.8 dsg last year I've no idea.

Mercedes SLK 200 AMG SPORT 2dr Auto PCH £238.80 / mth 6+23 (10k miles) @ gateway2lease
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Hi, Noticed this yesterday and was very tempted myself but 2 seats is a bit restrictive for me - seems about half the price of other lease companies for similar model If only they… Read more
monkeyhanger75

I think people generally seem to forget that older people generally have … I think people generally seem to forget that older people generally have better cars in their 30s/40s/50s because they are earning more money than they did in their teens and 20s and have more disposable income.How can you regain your youth by driving a car you couldn’t afford in your youth? I could regain my youth by buying a crappy, rusty beaten up Peugeot 205 (more likely a 106 now), but I’d rather drive what I’m driving right now. Saying that, the SLK does seem to be taken up by far more women than men, and Merc build quality is not what it once was.



Nice post. Wait, Monkey Hanger. And me, Hwanger_uk, the Monkey. This is messing with my mind.
If you think about it, your post about demographics is correct. So naturally late 30s onward will look like an old person to young males And the SLK is a roadster, which will have a bias toward ladykind. So middle aged ladies will get them (presumably their kids will have flown the nest, so after having "sensible "cars, they can now buy what they wanted in the first place )

I wouldn't knock Merc build at the moment, they might not be the Mercs of old, but they are doing pretty well in the JD and Autocar.
I had niggles with my BMW, but 2 Mercs later and I haven't had a single problem, not even a light bulb!
(Although I've had 2 Toyotas from new, and they were both fault free as well)
The beauty of Merc is that you can buy from their own retail chain (non franchise) and still get good service. BMW dealers let say... vary But as always, they are called BMW because? You have to B_ring M_oney W_ith you


hwangeruk

And this is the problem with "views" on cars. Its personal preference. I … And this is the problem with "views" on cars. Its personal preference. I owned a Z4. I sorta liked it.But I don't miss the harsh ride. Cars are like marmite, they divide. People either like that go-kart feel of the BMW (which doesn't always equate to good handling) and it doesn't even register with them that the ride is hard. Or people like the nice serene feel of a Merc. Or an Audi which typically sits in between. (depends on S-line, wheel size etc, Im grossly generalising).All this macho talk of "drivers car" and 0-60 times. Isn't that for 9 year olds who play top trumps?Someone else put "embarrassed at the traffic lights"! Doesn't that say a lot about them and their mentality?!Gees, driving your car is not one big race competition. I like a nice car, cos of the nice ride, the nice interior, the quality materials, the lack of going to the dealership to get stuff fixed.Not because I can race someone in a Corsa VXR who is doing their best to blow up their engine, come on people. Seriously?The Merc only has an image problem in the minds of small people who are making comparisons, which says more about them than anyone else. Owners have been stereotyped on this thread to fat bald old men, and middle age woman trying to regain their youth. How sad, cynical and downright awful. Are all BMW drivers slightly arrogant polyster wearing t*ssers as well? Is that how we are to act these days, denigrate others due to their car choice. Really? Come on people your better than that. Don't let what other think influence what you buy, you buy what you like. Even if it is that BMW 4 series. If you like it, then that should be good enough. "Image" is for kids, not grown ups.



I think people generally seem to forget that older people generally have better cars in their 30s/40s/50s because they are earning more money than they did in their teens and 20s and have more disposable income.

How can you regain your youth by driving a car you couldn’t afford in your youth? I could regain my youth by buying a crappy, rusty beaten up Peugeot 205 (more likely a 106 now), but I’d rather drive what I’m driving right now. Saying that, the SLK does seem to be taken up by far more women than men, and Merc build quality is not what it once was.
hwangeruk

And this is the problem with "views" on cars. Its personal preference. I … And this is the problem with "views" on cars. Its personal preference. I owned a Z4. I sorta liked it.But I don't miss the harsh ride. Cars are like marmite, they divide. People either like that go-kart feel of the BMW (which doesn't always equate to good handling) and it doesn't even register with them that the ride is hard. Or people like the nice serene feel of a Merc. Or an Audi which typically sits in between. (depends on S-line, wheel size etc, Im grossly generalising).All this macho talk of "drivers car" and 0-60 times. Isn't that for 9 year olds who play top trumps?Someone else put "embarrassed at the traffic lights"! Doesn't that say a lot about them and their mentality?!Gees, driving your car is not one big race competition. I like a nice car, cos of the nice ride, the nice interior, the quality materials, the lack of going to the dealership to get stuff fixed.Not because I can race someone in a Corsa VXR who is doing their best to blow up their engine, come on people. Seriously?The Merc only has an image problem in the minds of small people who are making comparisons, which says more about them than anyone else. Owners have been stereotyped on this thread to fat bald old men, and middle age woman trying to regain their youth. How sad, cynical and downright awful. Are all BMW drivers slightly arrogant polyster wearing t*ssers as well? Is that how we are to act these days, denigrate others due to their car choice. Really? Come on people your better than that. Don't let what other think influence what you buy, you buy what you like. Even if it is that BMW 4 series. If you like it, then that should be good enough. "Image" is for kids, not grown ups.


You're making too much sense for the petrol heads in these threads.
I would add to your post that fat bold man (meaning not so young) and older women might be normal considering the price of this car, you cannot really afford it when you are very young...
I've never seen a good review of an SLK. Should have been a good car but, unfortunately, it isn't. Wasted opportunity M-B!
rodman

did not get any like, did ya?



Well done on the reply. Its called sarcasm, look it up.
Edited by: "twist" 19th Feb 2014
SEAT Ibiza 1.4 SE 3dr PCH 3+23, 10k miles/yr inc. maintenance £151/month inc. VAT @ Lease your next car
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Having missed out on the Nissan Juke deal posted on here a couple of months ago I was looking into buying my next car on PCH. I came across this, as I was looking for something w… Read more
vrikis

is this really a good deal? I bought a polo (second hand) for 1500 and … is this really a good deal? I bought a polo (second hand) for 1500 and been running no problem for 2years, though I did pay 500 for MOT... really don't see how this car is any better...

manbearpig

It should be made very clear for the idiots:-This deal is only good if … It should be made very clear for the idiots:-This deal is only good if you're looking to buy a Seat Ibiza 1.4 SE. If not, there are a lot of other ways to spend £4k over 2 years on 2nd market



No I understand that obviously if you want this car (new), but I meant that the deal itself, as in if you want this specific car, doesn't seem that good to me, but I'm no expert on leasing...
Would like to know if anyone signed up at the original price now that its jumped up in cost?
shogal

10k mileage allowance per year ?? Bloody hell? You'd be better off taking … 10k mileage allowance per year ?? Bloody hell? You'd be better off taking all it's 4 tyres off, and placing it on some bricks on your driveway,


Do you know what the penalty is? 15k is better to take 10k deal and the guess 6p per mile penalty.
Anyone provide a leasing deal for a BMW (not that I class a BMW 1 series as a good car) . I have had the 1.4 se Ibiza and it was a decent car. I now have the 1.6 TDI and the performance is much better but the price was £20 more than this although it will long have expired.
oh wait - I know why I never saw BMW's e.t.c. - I was only looking at 5 doors.

Not many do SEAT because SEAT don't allow the finance through (fake) personal businesses. TSB do finance for them and value the car higher than SEAT so that is why maintainance is such a good deal with these.
Think Tilsun group often do decent deals, not that I am recommending anyone to use them.
seanrtkelly

No. You give it back



Seriously? How could you possibly own the vehicle outright after paying out less than £4k??!!
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