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Volkswagen e-Golf 5 Door Electric Hatchback - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - No upfront + £291 pm + £99 admin = £7076 @ Leasing.com
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Volkswagen Golf Electric Hatchback 99kW e-Golf 35kWh 5dr Auto on a 2 year lease, for September delivery and 8k miles per year (can flex). Works out at £7076 total or £294.83 net p… Read more
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rahhjarr

Looks like is no more now?

BogEye

Huge price for a low end car. Would suit a teenager or student maybe

ANDREW_GILL44

What? A 530e?? With circa 25 miles of battery ? I’ve had one. Terrible battery range. The battery element is for company car tax payers.

GAVINLEWISHUKD

Yes but once you take into account the huge fuel cost over the 16k miles the 5 series deal would be considerably more expensive. The equivalent "gas" car would probably have to be about £5k for a 2 year (16k miles) deal.

Tabbyh7

This deal is not worth it at all considering you can get a bmw 5 series in that price range more car for your money

Volkswagen Transporter 2.0 TDI 90 Startline Van £18,700 (business - ex VAT) @ Nationwidecars
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Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Volkswagen Transporter 2.0 TDI 90 Startline Van new for 2020 with 22% discount. This deal is aimed at sole traders, tradesmen and small businesses looking to purchase a new medium … Read more
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soldierboy001

No class.

Eddie

nah. Get a used euro 6 ducato. That's what we're going to do.

Dnallov

Correct, and also self employeed are not automatically registered with the VAT man - that is a different task that you have to volunteer to do, or is required depending on your turnover Furthermore, being VAT registered doesn't mean you get the 20% knocked off at the sale point; you have indicate you outgoings and incoming at you 3 monthly VAT submission when any reimbursement due will then be sent. In this time it will be expected that you are charging customers VAT New registared VAT businesses are closely monitored - claiming on VAT whilst seeing no VAT collected is going to sound alarms at VAT HQ Applying to be VAT registered simply to reclaim VAT is fraud. The VAT man is the worst man to try and defraud.

uksnapper

differential in the original post spelt with one f but who cares :-)

uksnapper

Double negative :-)

A brand new Volkswagen T-Cross, £198.61 p.m, 36 months, 8k miles p.a, £1,191.65 initial rental £8377
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Posted 26th AprPosted 26th Apr
A brand new Volkswagen T-Cross, £198.61 p.m, 36 months, 8k miles p.a, £1,191.65 initial rental £8377
A decent offer for a brand new model, Volkswagen T-Cross, from a trusted leasing company Deal Summary Lease Type: Personal Lease Value: £17,170.00 Initial Payment: 6 months (£1… Read more
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currydixon

The price is reduced to £175 a month on their website. Seems like a good deal..

JCLARSSON

90bhp,1 ltr engine, wouldnt be for me.

vagabundo81

It’s 8k miles , sorry , just changed it

migavupe

Best to change the title then.

sm9690

When I put it in, it seems to be 8000 miles for the price in the deal

Volkswagen T-Roc 2.0 TSI R 4MOTION 5dr DSG Lease 23+3 10k mpa (Tota £8565.60) @ Vehicle Savers
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VW T-ROC R - 2 yr lease Looks like a cracking deal given the RRP of the car and likely residuals. 10k miles Upfront (3 + Admin) £1306.80 23 x 315.60 Total cost of lease £8565.60 … Read more
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caziking

Is this still active ?

Donaris30

Sorry to disappoint you but for 8k in Romania you might buy a single garage ;)

Pickeringo

a car depreciates and houses tend to appreciate... it makes more economical sense to ‘rent’ than buy a new car outright... because the lease company’s have more bargaining power with manufacturers. So if someone wants a new car, regardless of your opinion, they are getting a better deal when leasing..

Martin_Cugy

dear kid. mortgage is paid in purpose to actually own the house. here, you just renting ugly crossover. ask your mum if in doubt.

me98

If only, would love to swap it out for the R, this deal came a month too late

Volkswagen T-Roc R 2.0 TSI 300ps - Auto DSG 5DR - 9+23 @ £263.99 - Initial payment £2375.89. Total Cost: £8,645.66 @ Gateway2Lease
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Volkswagen T-Roc R 2.0 TSI 300ps - Auto DSG 5DR - 9+23 @ £263.99 - Initial payment £2375.89. Total Cost: £8,645.66 @ Gateway2Lease
Same engine known to be in the Golf R, not to be mistaken with the R line trim level. 2.0 Litre, 300PS, “4.9 seconds to 60” claimed figure. Stock cars ‘available’ - works out r… Read more
bhstar

Finally took delivery of this monster yesterday, it’s amazing

brettreading321

Of course there will be plenty of Cupra owners talking about their bad experiences in a Cupra thread. I doubt you'll get many Golf R or Focus RS owners in those threads saying their car has been stolen. I wasn't nit picking..... Just disagreeing with your point.

The_Hoff

Because when I got the car all of the BMW hacks were doing the rounds and it's a pointless technology. Not difficult putting a key in the ignition? The signal blockers, great, until circumvented... and it always will be. My A4 is keyless, not by choice, fortunately nobody wants to nick it either :-)

markymark34

Got to agree with you. Don't get the fascination with these at all. Some cracking deals on the cupra st floating about. They come with a super spec as well.

chridt

It’s glitch o’clock (lol) Might be worth a try (y) 🏻

VW Golf R Estate 300hp Lease 36 Month, 10k, 1 month up front payment £12,920.40 + £150 fee (£13070.40) @ What Car? Swansway Garages
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Posted 6th MarPosted 6th Mar
VW Golf R Estate 300hp Lease 36 Month, 10k, 1 month up front payment £12,920.40 + £150 fee (£13070.40) @ What Car? Swansway Garages
See picture or follow link for details from Whatcar I selected 10k miles 36 months 1 month up front Seems a pretty good deal to me. I do remember a time when these were sub £300… Read more
Percy247

Could anyone with leasing knowledge confirm what happens if a car you are leasing is written off after an accident. Does the lease company treat it as if you have bought the car if this occurs? If so, your insurer (or the 3rd parties) then offers you/lease company a settlement? If the insurance settlement value is less than the residual value of the car then presumably the lessee must pay the difference, making GAP insurance essential on a £30K+ car like this?

MIDURIX

If you are absolutely flooring it you might do 0-62 in about 5 seconds, how do you know the other driver was trying to accelerate as fast as possible in this instance? Maybe they don't use their car to pull away as fast as possible and like to take it down some B roads and have some fun. Bit like one of my kids suddenly running as fast as possible in Morrisons and shouting 'I'm winning!!!!! ` Winning I'm sure, but against who exactly?

glduuk

Wonder if it was running in eco mode? With 93 RON petrol? Tesco doo 100 octane fuel - ethanol added - worked well in my first two Golf Rs

KingBurger

Very true, but it depends on quite how many you get through! I was being generous, on the GTi performance my fronts only lasted 6k, and that was after running it in for the first 1k (yeah, I still do that).

Oak99

If you've got a car like this and you don't need fresh tyres after 2 years then you're driving it wrong and need to change yourself or your car.. and have a long hard think about yourself! I needed fronts on my cupra after 14000 miles, but that is fwd I suppose!

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VW Tiguan 1.5TSI EVO 150 Match 5dr Manual lease 8000 miles - £1456.92 + 35 x £242.82 (£9955.62 Total) - Lookers Volkswagen on Leasing.com
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VW Tiguan 1.5TSI EVO 150 Match 5dr Manual lease 8000 miles - £1456.92 + 35 x £242.82 (£9955.62 Total) - Lookers Volkswagen on Leasing.com
VW Tiguan 1.5TSI EVO 150 Match 5dr Manual. £1456.92 including admin fee up front once you enquire through leasing.com fulfilled by VW lookers. 8000 miles per year 36 months leas… Read more
bbdom

I have the 1.5 TSI engine in my Octavia and I'm waiting for the next service so the dealer who sold it to me can do the firmware update. At the moment it is a bit of a kangaroo but usable. The engine pulls well though once warmed up (misfires like a female dog when under full throttle when cold). I've asked the Skoda dealer (in Northampton) twice if they can do the firmware update and been ignored both times. On a positive note, I'm averaging 50mpg overall on my Octavia - once you get the hang of driving it smoothly you can get some impressive figures out of it. Just a shame the engine and dealer issues have dulled my first Skoda / VAG experience.

cactusbrandy

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KingBurger

Correcting you isn't the same as supporting them.

Ega_Hacass

Only that is not

codge

I have the 2.0tdi 150bhp and get around 40mpg around town. Longer journeys and it could hit 50mpg

Volkswagen Golf GTi lease and contract hire 2.0 TSI 245 GTI Performance 5dr DSG Total cost £17,310 at stable vehicle contracts
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Volkswagen Golf GTi lease and contract hire 2.0 TSI 245 GTI Performance 5dr DSG Total cost £17,310 at stable vehicle contracts
Car is for performance not practicality. 48 x £315 inc VAT per monthInitial Rental: £1890 inc VAT Processing Fee: £300 inc VAT Total cost £17,310 / 48 = £ 360.63 Average Ap… Read more
spbingham

Just for comparison, I lease my GTI for 3 years for little over £8k to then buy it outright this year for £16k..

exel1966

Heat for the OP in posting consistently poor lease deals on HUKD. COLD for how bad it is !

Sebby75

freezing my fingers...

Mire.Mare

I would suggest getting an independent report (AA etc) all being well compile a dossier of other information that point the finger at the fact that it is an inherent fault with the vehicle. Armed with all of the facts contact the BVRLA and take it from there! MM

dan.kordowski

Cheaper to do PCP over 48 months- at least they will pay for 3 years servicing and a MOT. Leases are only good for 2 years- generally you don’t need to pay a penny apart from a service.

VW Golf GTI Performance 2.0 TSI 6speed 3DR Hatch @ UK Carline - £2,022.41 up Front / £224.71pm x 23 Months - Total Cost: £7,190.74
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VW Golf GTI Performance 2.0 TSI 6speed 3DR Hatch @ UK Carline - £2,022.41 up Front / £224.71pm x 23 Months - Total Cost: £7,190.74
2 year lease with 5,000 miles a year allowed and they are £187.26 + VAT with £1685.34 + VAT up front! We’ve ordered one through the business but the guy told me they can do persona… Read more
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boostii

You can always pay more and have extra mileage, but obviously the lease company factors in that they are going to sell a car with 20k miles after 2 years for a lot less than a car with 10k miles. Personally I live/work in the same city and the family runs 2 cars so 5k miles is not out of the question. If you so go over the mileage, it is only about 5-7p per mile you have to pay on top. It normally doesn't work out a hell of a lot different than paying up front for a higher mileage. The only difference is that if you pay up front for more miles and you actually do less, there is no chance of any refund. As with all deals, check the small print, look at your driving history, bash it into a calculator and see if it works for you.

paullt34

Is it just me or does anyone else think that these offers with a measly 5,000 annual milage aren't really that great? I personally clock up way more than that and would really struggle with such a low allowance!

pc_tech86

They're completely different cars (lol)

JPS

Good point, forgot about that. Last of the old stock they need to shift?

DubDriver

Strange, they stopped making the 3 door version quite a while ago.

Volkswagen Golf Hatchback 1.5 TSI EVO Match Edition 5dr lease @ WhatCar - £665.28 Initial + £221.76pm x 24 Months. Total Cost: £5,765.76
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Volkswagen Golf Hatchback 1.5 TSI EVO Match Edition 5dr lease @ WhatCar - £665.28 Initial + £221.76pm x 24 Months. Total Cost: £5,765.76
Volkswagen Golf Hatchback 1.5 TSI EVO Match Edition 5dr £221.76* (inc VAT) a month 3 months initial rental 10k miles per annum 24 months £240.24/net/month
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jhsmith87

There were over a year ago but the 1.5 EVO is now the standard engine across numerous models across VAG. My other Leon has the slightly older 1.4 but 150 variant & it is so much more potent than the 1.5 EVO. Blame WLTP partly. It took a few months to adjust to always needing to be in 1st gear when moving away & also the power coming on late in the curve.

SomeOtherBloke

Aren’t there known issues with 1.5 EVO engines?

tommyboy81

I agree, better value with the skoda or seat variants. A golf is just so bland

escortboy

Nice! I thought 10 years was plenty for me. I'll have 11 years left after of my 25 years. Hopefully there won't be 10%+ when I remortgage!

thermomonkey

I didn't know that!!

Volkswagen Golf R Estate 5Dr DSG 24m lease £8,038.94 total = (3 + 23) * £309.19 @ Vertu Motors
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Volkswagen Golf R Estate 5Dr DSG 24m lease £8,038.94 total = (3 + 23) * £309.19 @ Vertu Motors
Golf R Estate lease Contract term :24 months Rental profile 3+23 Annual mileage :5000 23 monthly rentals of:£309.19 Initial rental:£927.58 Processing fee :£0.00 Finance doc fee :£0… Read more
Flyingzard

It is now but not initially when this deal went live or a few days afterwards. I just had confirmation from the person dealing with my order at Vertu. Anyway this deal needs expiring i think as the price has gone up. The deal i went for is now £50 more a month plus the processing fee.

davver99

Processing fee : £118.80 ? is that correct

nickl360

It’ll be interesting to see what they arrive with as I’m not sure why Vertu would order none standard equipped cars (unless VW’s page is wrong!). For me, it’s not a game changer to have lane or light assist. I wouldn’t add them as an option.

phoni

That's odd, because it seems to be a default position on their site and on the VW configurator for R Estate.

Flyingzard

Yes I read that. My question was that vertu spec for the car does not list them as standard spec. Had confirmation from vertu: The Lane assist and Dynamic Light Assist with Traffic Sign Recognition is an optional extra at £665 and does not come as standard. It does come with the 12.3 screen as you say. If the car comes with the camera for lane assist and the other features that require it I expect it can be unlocked.

VW e-Golf £216.00 PM w/£1944.00 initial rental for 24 months + £360 processing fee - £7272 @ Mad Sheep Leasing
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VW e-Golf £216.00 PM w/£1944.00 initial rental for 24 months + £360 processing fee - £7272 @ Mad Sheep Leasing
Volkswagen Golf Hatch Elec 35.8kWh 136 e-Golf 5Dr Auto £216.00 incl VAT monthly rentals £1944.00 incl VAT initial rental Contract term : 24 months Annual mileage : 10000 Then… Read more
jazzuk777

Dunno, all I know is that I get twice the mpg on country roads to town ones so that's a big difference. Most modern cars would be similar I think with the small engine/turbo configurations.

Uns

To be honest it doesn't make as much difference as you think - even in an unrealistic scenario where you take the upper bound of the gov.uk fuel efficiency figures (12p per mile) and only get one-third of the number of miles per kWh (or triple the cost of electricity), you still end up in roughly the same ball park: 12p - 3.75p = 8.25p per mile saving. (£660 saving per 8,000 miles)

jazzuk777

I'd imagine it's a lot different compared to your predominant driving type - much bigger savings if mostly urban, a lot less if mostly motorway/extra-urban.

Uns

I ran the numbers for a previous e-golf thread, so probably worth copying here in case anyone is interested (the link formatting didn't copy so let me know if you want any of the source links): The e-golf gets approximately 4 miles per kWh. Each kWh costs 5p if charged off-peak (4 hours each night) on an Octopus EV tariff. So the e-golf would cost approximately 1.25p per mile to run. The average petrol/diesel car costs approximately 12p-15p per mile in fuel according to gov.uk figures. So you save approximately 12p per mile, or to put it another way: you save approximately £1000 per 8,000 miles that you drive when compared with an average petrol/diesel engine car.

wonkothesane

You might've been thinking of the electric-only range for the Golf GTE hybrid.

Volkswagen TIGUAN1.5 TSi EVO 150 Match 5dr Personal Lease 5,000 miles / 2 years £109.46 p/m, £3600 initial + £239.99 fee (£6,467.03) @ NVS
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Volkswagen TIGUAN1.5 TSi EVO 150 Match 5dr Personal Lease 5,000 miles / 2 years £109.46 p/m, £3600 initial + £239.99 fee (£6,467.03) @ NVS
This appears to be a good cheapish deal for a good SUV, restricted to 5000 miles PA but give the cost that should be ok. Comments awaited below..........
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SonsOfDog

Where from pal?

CrazyBob

I have gap insurance that covers the first payment plus the remaining payments

Davieb1982

QQ, see if the car was to be written off? how would that work with you paying such a high deposit? would the GAP insurance pay for that? cheers

daz_75

Is this cold because it's not got a Skoda badge on it ;)

CrazyBob

I have an SE Nav 1.4TSI TSI 150 DSG 4MO on lease which is due to end in March. I paid a £5k initial + £80pm on 2 years / 8k miles. I like to keep the monthly low as a sort of insurance policy, easier to find £80 than £260 in case of job loss. Really nice car to live with, will probably look at getting another one.

VW e-Golf PCH Personal Lease I10k/pa Initial Rental (3 x £257.50)/ Arrangement Fee £195.00 /  Monthly Payments x 23 £257.50 £6890 @ Jet VF
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10k miles/year Initial Rental (3 x £257.50) £772.49 Arrangement Fee £195.00 Total Upfront £967.49 Monthly Payments x 23 £257.50 Average Monthly Cost £287.08 Jet Vehicle Finance Lt… Read more
Uns

I ran the numbers for a previous e-golf thread, so probably worth copying here in case anyone is interested (the link formatting didn't copy so let me know if you want any of the source links): The e-golf gets approximately 4 miles per kWh. Each kWh costs 5p if charged off-peak (4 hours each night) on an Octopus EV tariff. So the e-golf would cost approximately 1.25p per mile to run. The average petrol/diesel car costs approximately 12p-15p per mile in fuel according to gov.uk figures. So you save approximately 12p per mile, or to put it another way: you save approximately £1000 per 8,000 miles that you drive when compared with an average petrol/diesel engine car.

Bouncypete

This guy drove his Zoe from London to Croatia and back for his family holiday. He seemed to have managed perfectly fine. https://twitter.com/teapot56/status/1162508204217110533

florincmf

Do you need car allowance from the company to get this deal?

Mrepg

These look dire! I see one the other day and the colour was errr UNDERCOAT! What is all that about!

ukscoob1

Same dilema. ID and loads of EVs out next year. Prob only want a 12month leave. EGolf will drop in price tho as being replaced. Hmmmmm

Volkswagen California 2.0 Tdi Beach 150 DSG £457.96 x 23m Initial rental £4,121.60 (admin fee £195) Annual miles:5,000 £14849.68 @ SCL
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Volkswagen California 2.0 Tdi Beach 150 DSG £457.96 x 23m Initial rental £4,121.60 (admin fee £195) Annual miles:5,000 £14849.68 @ SCL
just putting this out there as a bit different. if your into or thinking about joining the camper-van crew but want a little luxury then this would be a good starter. i know its … Read more
allyt1979

Hire a van for a lot less

Code9063

“If” I take the lease..

smellybum78

Setting up finance if you take the lease

Code9063

Where would they use it?

smellybum78

Hiya, yep all proposal forms ask for bank details.

Volkswagen e-Golf 5 Door Hatchback - Fully Electric Vehicle 9+23 Personal Lease - 10,000 miles per annum £6912 total @ WhatCar Leasing
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Volkswagen e-Golf 5 Door Hatchback - Fully Electric Vehicle 9+23 Personal Lease - 10,000 miles per annum £6912 total @ WhatCar Leasing
£1,944 upfront and then 23 payments of £216 per month, total £6,912 for two years at 10,000 miles per annum. Here is the cheapest two year personal lease deal I can currently … Read more
florincmf

Just ordered one today and it will be delivered in January. Now I haven't considered the charging types. Do you know if the fast charging comes as an extra or is a standard one? I am worried about the long journeys

thewolf8u

You muppet, the prices have changed (lol)

JJbobstacle

Back to school for you. It is 288!

geologyadam

I didn't pay a deposit but this might vary across dealerships

florincmf

Volskwagen

VW e-Golf electric vw £25617 at drivethedeal.com
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Updated with new lower price Drive the deal are offering a huge discount to an electric golf. The quoted prices include: £2,000 deposit contribution on e-Golf model £1,500 d… Read more
leon632

Or just charge it for free at the supermarket

Harry_Potter

What's the monthly PCP?

Grahamdue

I hadn't appreciated that the 130 mile range caveat only applied to hybrid vehicles and not pure electric cars. Thank you for the correction.

g8ryj

Actually, if you read the article correctly, the 130 mile range is for hybrid cars that can run for 130 miles on battery alone. There's no cars around can do that at the moment This car is pure EV, so it 100% exempt from company car tax as of next year, which is what I wrote originally.

deleted249798

Do you mean you want a 4x4/SUV? Family car that isn't a people carrier is a pretty big group.

VW Golf 3 Door 2.0 TSI 245 6speed GTI Performance - 24 Month Lease - 5k miles p/a £796 initial + 23x £265 + £198 admin £7089 @ gateway2lease
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VW Golf 3 Door 2.0 TSI 245 6speed GTI Performance - 24 Month Lease - 5k miles p/a £796 initial + 23x £265 + £198 admin £7089 @ gateway2lease
245ps - 6 speed Manual 0-60 = 6.0 seconds 2 year lease 5k miles p/a (3+23) £796 initial £198 admin fee 23 monthly payments of £265 works out at 21.5% of £33k list price options … Read more
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tonymcg

You wont want to own a Evoque out of warranty, maybe the Q3 is better - but I had so many issues, have a look over at the evoque owners page

rborhara

its a 2.0gti, not the electric version

satty83

Wow now that's an amazing price. 5 door too.

bricknation

Funny how in Germany the same car can be leased for €135 a month. https://www.mydealz.de/deals/gewerbeleasing-vw-golf-gti-performance-20-l-tsi-automatik-245-ps-mtl-13866-netto-165-brutto-24-mon-ab-10000-km-lf-045-1404540

HarryBobs

Why anyone would want to pay this for 5k a year millage is laughable imo

VW Polo GTI (200bhp) - 2 Year Lease - 5K mpa - £300 Admin Fee - £229.26pm - Total Cost: £5,819 @ Yes Lease
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VW Polo GTI (200bhp) - 2 Year Lease - 5K mpa - £300 Admin Fee - £229.26pm - Total Cost: £5,819 @ Yes Lease
I don’t think this is a bad deal for a decent hot hatch, considering it’s not far off being a Golf GTI, seems to get decent reviews List price of £20k + 2 year lease @ £229.26 p… Read more
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SteHuz90

In the past with lease cars I have asked to buy and both times they have given me a price, maybe some do and some don’t. I ordered a new lease car a couple of days ago and they said I wont have the option to buy at the end but the others also said the same. They still need to make money from the car after the lease is up so I guess selling it to you and not having to arrange pick up etc, incurring extra costs, would be a logical option.

Pointlessusername

Are you mixing up PCP and leasing? There isn’t a large final payment option with a lease. Do dealers give leasers an option to buy?? Unsure.

Els1e

It's a 2 yr contract and, according to the Skoda paperwork I cannot but the car at the end of the lease period.

MarioMan

How long is the lease for? And are you planning to buy it after for the final payment? Thanks

VW TOUAREG 3.0 231PS V6 TDI 4Motion Tip Auto 8k mpa, 23 x £296.47, £3,600 up front, Fees £239.99 - £10,580.39 at National Vehicle Solutions
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VW TOUAREG 3.0 231PS V6 TDI 4Motion Tip Auto 8k mpa, 23 x £296.47, £3,600 up front, Fees £239.99 - £10,580.39 at National Vehicle Solutions
Lowest monthly cost i've seen for the new Touareg. Aside from the deposit it's not much difference in cost to a Tiguan, but much more car into the bargain. This car is £49k OTR cos… Read more
Bump3r

In total agreement until you used the word ‘investment’. Buying a depreciating asset is never an investment, and people sourcing themselves a car aren’t making themselves an investment.

mrew42

Blah blah blah

Jeffrey_Goad

Killing the planet 1 mile at a time.. Or perhaps 0 miles and sat chugging away at traffic lights and in congested UK roads spewing out poisonous fumes. 30 million vehicles on the roads.. Many with 1 person sat in them at a time. Lease an EV, a Phev or a hybrid.. At least when the lease is done it will continue to do less harm to the planet.. Short lease on fire powered cars will soon be a thing of the past..

Wantanxbox

No one buying this gives a hoot about your Audi a6, skoda Octavia, VW polo or anything else you care to mention. As a new grand Cherokee owner, this isnt a bad deal. I'm paying about the same and it only does about 3k per year...good deal for a brand new model and car this size for those of us needing a tow vehicle for 3.5t Heat added

Proveright

Just a reminder for those who don't understand one reason why lease deals are voted cold"I took delivery of a (list price) £49k Audi A6 Avant in April. Over the next 24 months it will cost me £8,370 in total " and OPs £10,580: what you are actually paying for is how much money the car loses during the term, ie depreciation. If you run a business, that makes a profit then you can offset your lease payments against your profit/tax. If you don't run a business it would be more sensible to buy a nearly new Car that has already taken the off shop front hit of losing money. Save up or take a loan for to buy nearly new, as a keep up with the Jones new car is nearly the worst investment you can make ! ;(

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