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Mini Cooper 1.5 classic 2. 24 months lease 5k Miles 1+23 £171.43 pm Total £4213.08 @ Carwow
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Posted 3rd FebPosted 3rd Feb
Mini Cooper 1.5 classic 2. 24 months lease 5k Miles 1+23 £171.43 pm Total £4213.08 @ Carwow£4,213.08
Not sure if this is a good deal. Looks ok on face. Miles bit less. May suit someone. As you can't drive too far these days look at it as you banking milage.
Journetta

and there's no fee after the monthly? to make up the difference

ferrarionur2

Yes you get to keep the car obviously otherwise it wouldn't make sense paying over 4k to rent it, they also give you lifetime free servicing and the option to hand in yours and pick up a new one every 5 years, I ordered two one for myself and the other for eBay as they seem to be going for a quite a bit on there.

smellyonion

I suggest you reread what you said. On a deal with a lease mini costing 4.2k, you claim you can get a second hand one for 4.2k but you're not comparing (lol) (lol) (lol) . It's all anecdotes right that have nothing to do with this deal. (horror) (horror) (horror) (horror)

smellyonion

On a deal with a 4.2k leased mini to say 4.2k is decent 2nd hand mini is comparing to me but each to their own.

lucas

I didn’t compare, I said 4.2k is decent second hand mini money and everyone agreed 😘

Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSI SE 7 Seat, Manual, Petrol £22,133 (RRP £27,940) from local dealer via Carwow
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Posted 28th JanPosted 28th Jan
Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSI SE 7 Seat, Manual, Petrol £22,133 (RRP £27,940) from local dealer via Carwow£22,133
Requires a PCP to get the Skoda contribution of £3000 towards the deposit/total cost. Monthly payments vary according to term, but cash purchasers have the right to withdraw from P… Read more
Newbold

Precisely why these heavily discounted deals are sometimes better value even than buying secondhand.

tron05

Anyone noticed the unusual depreciation on kodiaqs? Am looking to get a used kodiaq to save on the initial depreciation, however the cheapest 2017 models start from 17k.. Just about 5k less than new models that too 4 years old...

the.porter

I’m trying to source the 2l petrol Version dsg sportline with a load of extras ,canton sound system, digital dash, heated windscreen ,rear camera ,privacy glass cheapest new is 35k none knocking about decent money 12 month old

the.porter

Not necessarily for me it’s the room inside and the height I like a big car I don’t need 7 seats but i like being higher up

Newbold

And thanks for feeding back too. (y)

Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSI SE, Manual, Petrol (Total RRP £26,810) £19,871 on PCP (monthly payments vary according to term) via Carwow
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Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSI SE, Manual, Petrol (Total RRP £26,810) £19,871 on PCP (monthly payments vary according to term) via Carwow£19,871
Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSI SE, Manual, Petrol (Total RRP £26,810) - £19,871 Requires a PCP to get the Skoda contribution of £4250 towards the deposit/total cost. Monthly payments vary a… Read more
Zzz19

Yes! All the dealers and even skoda finance customer service have the same understanding that I shall pay less than what I borrowed with 3 months free payment. Only the complaint resolution officer from skoda finance told me that all these people misunderstood it and he even said FCA is fine with their advert approach, which I deeply doubt it! He said it doesn’t matter what dealer told me as I’ve signed the paper with fine prints. I’m going to raise this with financial ombudsman service and maybe write this story to media!

Joshmegane

That is outrageous, scandalous in fact. I was seriously considering taking up on the offer. I was definitely under the impression that the dealer or Scoda pays for the 1st 3 months. You would definitely have a case if you pursue this further.

Zzz19

I was fooled by the “3 months free payment”! The dealer told me I would save over £1000 when I pay after first 3 free payment, but this is just deferred payment which accrued additional interests. I ended up paying additional £300+interests when I payed in 4th months. I raised a complain with skoda finance but they won’t do anything with it as the small prints said I still need to pay interests for first 3 months. I feel like a fool! I need to take this further to FCA, as this this a complete Mia-selling! I wonder if anyone else is in the same situation with me.

Dwh8611

Absolutely! It would have took longer to post the question than to google the answer for themselves. Some people eh 🤪

Newbold

Absolutely, and that was my point. But in life there are those who contribute, and those who expect others to do the work. eternalflame is one of the latter - having contributed just 3 deals in more than 12 years.

Brand new BMW M4 dct competition pack at Carwow for £50746
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Brand new BMW M4 dct competition pack at Carwow for £50746£50,746
Amazing deal on a brand new bmw m4 dct competition pack £50,746 You save £16,664 (24.7%) That’s cheaper than the m2, standard m3 and m4! It’s because the new one with switchable… Read more
digitalabacus

That's why you go for the M5. Sweet smooth ride until your right foot hits the floor and all hell breaks loose ;)

johnszi23

Bla bla bla (annoyed)

Htohustle

Why you so defensive? It's a generalisation but it's pretty accurate for the most part. Doubt that it's gonna change their driving anyway. Just ain't seeing why the f*ck they're physically incapable of doing so, or wouldn't want to, but probably get p*ssed at others for not indicating, sounding obscenities behind them tinted windows.

DingIs

Its a joke for gods sake... same as volvo drivers with deer stalker hats doing 24mph.... :{

johnszi23

If you’ve got BMW then I don’t get why being sarcastic on a BMW post... I wish to upload all my footages of people not use their indicator in any other cars than Audi, Merc, BMW.

Kia Proceed 1.4T GT-Line GDi ISG 24 Month Lease £5819.65 @ Carwow
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Kia Proceed 1.4T GT-Line GDi ISG 24 Month Lease £5819.65 @ Carwow£5,824.94
First post; Not sure if good deal but a lot of car for money. Initial = £1570.75 23 monthly @ x£174.53 Admin = £240 Total = £5819.65 8000miles annum
davidturner99

Hyundai and Kia share lots of stuff. Platforms and engines are shared. In general the Hyundai models are generally slightly better finished and a bit more expensive. It is no different to VW with Seat, Skoda etc.

Amphion

Yep, called and no extension available, straight back out and earmarked for the dealership. Probably won’t wash it before it goes onto the forecourt!

smellybum78

Have you asked about extending and how much monthlies would be? Might be able to get 6 more months, give you a chance to sort something else

Mizanul_Karim

£30 extra a month is equal to £720 over two years....you can keep saying "surely add 30 more" until you eventually get a Bentley... something about this Kia is that it's a head Turner and the base model GT line has enough tech to begin with.

Amphion

Same boat, must have had the same deal from here. Being an 18 month contract has put it at a funny mid plate change time. The hunt continues

Hyundai Ioniq electric 100kW 38kWh Auto Premium - £7,378.28 over 2 years @ Carwow
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Posted 25th Oct 2019Posted 25th Oct 2019
Hyundai Ioniq electric 100kW 38kWh Auto Premium - £7,378.28 over 2 years @ Carwow£7,378.28
Reasonable deal for any one who missed few even cheaper ones last month. 2 years 8000 miles per year Initial payment £1973.92 Monthly payment £219.32 Additional fees £360 Cars in s… Read more
JonesOsmosis

Wow, posts like this is why HUKD is such an amazing site (y)

bblgoose

Mine has none of those. I compensate by opening my eyes and looking at the road ahead instead of at my phone.

SFconvert

I worked out I spent over £3k in last 2 years fueling, taxing and maintaining a 15year old car doing just 5000 miles a year (and I even did the servicing etc myself). There's loads of potential unforeseen costs on old cars, eg catalytic converter replacement, seized brake calipers, springs and dampers and that's ignoring the possibility of a more serious catastrophic engine or gearbox failure. The previous deal for this Ioniq meant a net cost of less than £3k over 2 years. I regarded that as a no brainer really. Alternatively, buying a £3k car would be a gamble, and you are unlikely to get something particularly great.

SFconvert

Voting cold I'm afraid op as quite a bit more than the previous deal. The old deal at under £6k for 2 years (which I managed to get!) is far more justifiable. Ignoring the whole lease Vs buy argument, as a lease the previous deal made great sense as after fuel savings it works out at just about the cheapest lease you could get, unless you were to get a fiat 500 or something very cheap. But if you really want an electric car, this is still a pretty good price, but there are quite a few other leasing options around at this sort of cost on non electric vehicles. I get the feeling maybe Hyundai are testing the market here to find the sweet spot of how to shift the most number of vehicles.

SFconvert

EVs aren't really any quieter at "killing speeds" as you put it. Above 20mph the road noise will far exceed the engine noise. It's only at the very low speeds that people don't hear them, ie when they are moving out of parking spaces. When I'm on a bike I can't tell the difference between an EV overtaking me and a petrol/diesel. Busses are pretty quiet at low speed, as the engine is right at the back.

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 2.0 D150 2WD Standard - Initial Payment £2,340 / £99 Fees / £260pm x 35 Months = £11,539 @ Carwow
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Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 2.0 D150 2WD Standard - Initial Payment £2,340 / £99 Fees / £260pm x 35 Months = £11,539 @ Carwow£11,539
Not sure if this is any good but after an new SUV, wasn’t looking at these but considering. 35 month lease price includes vat Monthly payments £260 Initial payment £2340 Fees £99… Read more
WantAndNeed

Anyone sign up for this lease deal?

alfiesred47

That’s also usually not true - replacement vehicle provision usually states that you must be the registered keeper, which you aren’t in a lease deal. The finance house is the registered keeper.

alfiesred47

You’re right that the GAP usually covers from the market value up to the outstanding payments. But the outstanding payments are usually less than the market value. Because lease profiles basically make you pay for the depreciation over the years you lease the car for, it means 9/10 times the market value is more the outstanding payments. So there’s no GAP. In actual fact, motor insurers usually save money because the outstanding payments are less than the market value, so they pay out less than they would if you owned the car.

WantAndNeed

Another option - Evoque 2.0 D150 4WD 5dr Automatic Narvik black or fuji white 9+35 with 8,000 miles p.a. initial rental - £2,745.00 inc vat monthly rental - £305.00

Laurie_Ballard

2 Wheel Drive 150bhp in something that weighs 1.75 tonnes is going to be dog slow, hence the 10 second 0-60 times. You would have to be nuts to buy something this boring just to get the poncy image. I am not against leases, we have a PCP but this is not a good car to buy. 85bhp per tonne is going to feel very very slow and embarrassing when you get overtaken by a Fiat 500.

Volkswagen Golf Lease - £1,512 Initial Payment / £168pm x 24 Months - Total Cost: £5,544 Via @ CarWow
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Volkswagen Golf Lease - £1,512 Initial Payment / £168pm x 24 Months - Total Cost: £5,544 Via @ CarWow£5,544
2 year Contract 16,000 miles £1512 initial deposit.
deleted708422

Are you to lazy to write the information on a deal you posted. He has a point it’s a lazy post

deleted82754

Obviously not, as not only did I click a button, I also pressed many keys when posting my reply. My point was that this rather fundamental information would have been useful, especially on a £5000+ "deal". P.s. Bravo on liking your own post. Special. :{

ezzer72

Wow, you know your stuff.

seckinboy

Are you that lazy to click one button?

deleted82754

Seriously, not even a mention of the spec level or engine and the wrong price.

Volvo S60 T4 190 SE Nav (Leather) 2.0 petrol - 24 Month Lease - Total Cost £4,656.96 @ Carwow
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Volvo S60 T4 190 SE Nav (Leather) 2.0 petrol - 24 Month Lease - Total Cost £4,656.96 @ Carwow£4,656.96
24 month Lease. 8k miles per annum. £1309.77 deposit, and 23 x 145.53. Total price - 4656.96. No admin fees or processing fees. Lower deposit options available, but a little more … Read more
BFCsider

Apologies @billythepet I've just read that drivel I've typed. Moral ofbthe story, use protection. Lol. Ignore me pal, I think I'm a comedian when I've had too many. Enjoy your w/end (highfive)

BFCsider

Don't count your chickens Billy. I bet you've put it around on the club scene, working your magic on the ladies at the weekend and you've loads of kids that will be knocking on your door that your unaware of you old player you.

billythepet

Since when do I have a child? (lol) (lol)

deleted1362056

I just meant i always thought that, i didn't need to say it. 😗

CoeK

I'm actually embarrassed for you. You never called me anything btw, so I can't still be the thing you didn't call me.

Various car dealer black friday offers across 13 car makes, on top of prices found via carwow
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Posted 21st Nov 2017Posted 21st Nov 2017LocalLocal
Various car dealer black friday offers across 13 car makes, on top of prices found via carwow
I'm in the market for a new car, so googled to see what there was ahead of Black Friday, car wow came up and I thought this might be useful to some, on the face of it nothing that … Read more
huxlee

i bought a BMW , through Cooper (inchape)

huxlee

i got an extra £3000 for the car i was trading in (compared to when i was looking 7 weeks earlier), £4000 off the asking price , and i also wrangled a free service pack for 5 years, and some paint finish stuff. all in all the best time of year ive ever bought a car

jkl47

Hi Huxlee what sort of deal did you get if you dont mind me asking? cheers

ftse100

I had been wondering when was the best time, thanks for that, Who was the dealer or car maker you bought through?

huxlee

Best time of year to buy a car, done my deal last year the week leading to Christmas, the were basically throwing money at me to do the deal

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