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Volkswagen Scirocco Coupe 2.0 TSI 180 BlueMotion Tech GT Lease - Total Price £5394 @ What car magazine
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Found 4th Apr 2017Found 4th Apr 2017
Seems like a pretty good price for a brand new Scirocco Lease offer 2 years £186 per month for 23 months, £1116 deposit (6 months) which totals £5394 over the two years Available… Read more
davemhaynes

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



Scirocco is not available as 5dr!
Can't seem to find this deal when clicking on the link and local VW has no idea about it... any direct links or specific dealerships that I can contact?
moneychop

Does this include insurance?



No you have to arrange and pay for your own insurance with a car lease.
Does this include insurance?
shadowk17

Looks a lot better in real life trust me!



​I was at vw yesterday. I just don't like it suits a car like that. reflex silver yes. but not that urano grey. looks cheap.
Volkswagen Scirocco 2.0 TSI 280 R 24 month Lease £1825 + £202.79 x 23 (£4664) = £6489 (Inc VAT) over two year term. @ Select car leasing
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Found 5th Jan 2017Found 5th Jan 2017
VW R VW Scirocco R Profile 9+23 £1825 + £202.79 x 23 (£4664) = £6489 over two year term. 5000k p/a rrp of vehicle is £33,100.00 Deal is 19.6% of value On Autotrader two year o… Read more
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simont_space

So it might be cheaper to buy it new and sell it in 2 years. Remind us … So it might be cheaper to buy it new and sell it in 2 years. Remind us what the finance costs on a loan of £28K? If you can get a loan that is. Surely cheaper to buy a £150 car and save even more.The reason personal leasing is rising is because folk can't/don't want to get a £28k loan.



Residuals won't hold once the new car is out.
So it might be cheaper to buy it new and sell it in 2 years. Remind us what the finance costs on a loan of £28K? If you can get a loan that is. Surely cheaper to buy a £150 car and save even more.

The reason personal leasing is rising is because folk can't/don't want to get a £28k loan.
select are useless. wait all day on a formal quote then they put their prices up over £40/month when it eventually artives
5k LOL
KTy

Looking for a good deal on the DSG version but they seem to be a fair … Looking for a good deal on the DSG version but they seem to be a fair whack more, anyone spot one?



DSG here for you buddy at £6263 over 24 months centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/veh…tml
Volkswagen Scirocco 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech GT 3dr lease £196.36 plus VAT (Business) £235.63(Personal) £6392.64 @ National Vechicle Solutions £
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Found 8th Aug 2014Found 8th Aug 2014
First Time post. Sorry if lack of info. This looks like a good deal to me for a Scirocco. I don't have time to do the break down calculations the moment I can add these later … Read more
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monkeyhanger75

I think you're well away from rocket science. Keep grasping those straws. … I think you're well away from rocket science. Keep grasping those straws. The effect of 20% VAT payable on a typical 20% margin on a used car acquired through part ex means that 4% of the sticker price is attributable to VAT payable via the margin scheme. When a reseller sells a car, the cost of VAT is not influential to the selling price at all - they sell it for what they can get for it and worry about the VAT later, being a tiny proportion of the car's overall selling price. Your "VAT effect" argument is horse s***e and you know it.



Nah. I didn't mention 20%. You are being argumentative for the sake of it. Ignore facility used.
androoski

Used car sales when purchased from a non VAT registered seller incur VAT … Used car sales when purchased from a non VAT registered seller incur VAT using the VAT margin scheme, so it's not on the full price of the resale, but it will affect what the car trader offers.Not rocket science.



I think you're well away from rocket science. Keep grasping those straws. The effect of 20% VAT payable on a typical 20% margin on a used car acquired through part ex means that 4% of the sticker price is attributable to VAT payable via the margin scheme. When a reseller sells a car, the cost of VAT is not influential to the selling price at all - they sell it for what they can get for it and worry about the VAT later, being a tiny proportion of the car's overall selling price. Your "VAT effect" argument is horse s***e and you know it.


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monkeyhanger75

Your point is? You were talking about the "VAT effect" of losing 20% of … Your point is? You were talking about the "VAT effect" of losing 20% of the value of the car as soon as you drive from the forecourt and you attributed it to the loss of VAT paid rather than the dealer buying it (or supplying dealer buying back) - and making their margin when selling it again. You were wrong..



Used car sales when purchased from a non VAT registered seller incur VAT using the VAT margin scheme, so it's not on the full price of the resale, but it will affect what the car trader offers.

Not rocket science.
androoski

Used car sales when purchased from a non VAT registered seller incur VAT … Used car sales when purchased from a non VAT registered seller incur VAT using the VAT margin scheme, so it's not on the full price of the resale, but it will affect what the car trader offers.



Your point is? You were talking about the "VAT effect" of losing 20% of the value of the car as soon as you drive from the forecourt and you attributed it to the loss of VAT paid rather than the dealer buying it (or supplying dealer buying back) - and making their margin when selling it again. You were wrong.

The margin scheme means you pay VAT on any profit from the resale of a car you acquired if you are registered rather than VAT on the whole car. You buy a car for £15k and sell it for £18k, you will pay VAT on the profit. If you buy a car for £15k and run it a while and then sell it for £15k or less then you'll pay no VAT. If you are a private buyer doing a bit of auction buying then private selling on the side a short while later, you'd probably not be declaring it. As long as you are not doing it in significant quantity (more than one or two at a time), as a private buyer you'll be under VATman's radar. If you buy in auction, run the car for a year and then are lucky enough to sell it on again for more than you paid for it, you won'thave VATman chasing you either.
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monkeyhanger75

VAT is only paid once on the car (when it is new, or the first time it is … VAT is only paid once on the car (when it is new, or the first time it is resold to someone/organisation that is not VAT exempt), not every time it is sold on via a company. Why should a private seller get away with paying VAT when a company does not? Think about it.....You part ex a car for £15k and dealership sells it for £18k - that £3k is dealer's profit margin, not adding VAT onto a transaction that didn't involve VAT when the dealer acquired the car through part ex.



Used car sales when purchased from a non VAT registered seller incur VAT using the VAT margin scheme, so it's not on the full price of the resale, but it will affect what the car trader offers.
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