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24 month lease - Volkswagen ABT e-Transporter LWB 83kW 37.3kWh - 10k miles p/a £244.55pm + £180 admin = £6049.20 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
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Full credit to @joules999 for the spot, Central have the Volkswagen ABT e-Transporter LWB 83kW 37.3kWh - 10k miles for £252.05 net per month on a 1+23 deal (personal contract h… Read more
kiteless

This. There's loads of ENV200s around here used for things like shops to pick up stock or do deliveries, and most trades don't have to go far for their customers here either. This has a load more payload and space, and the lease is cheap. There's loads of people it would suit.

GemLa

How many seats does this have

Mr_MisterHC6

Lol, that's so HUKD. I was once getting fed up with leccy bills so speculated, as I am not metered for water, perhaps I could run the water all the time & rig up some mini hydro generator to provide me with electricity that way! Don't think the flow was ever suitably high, but perhaps might work for some. Perhaps even get a diesel generator & run in on red diesel for absolute cost effectiveness ha!

Cooling_Deals

Before what I do now, I only travelled between local towns, about 20miles from base, and with planning could stay and travel in a single town to do the stuff I did. So with a decent lunchtime at a charging point, 82 miles range (if true) would just about be fine. I can see the merit for some - but I think it's worth waiting as next-gen vans are looking better in terms of mileage and bound to get cheaper as more enter the market. Now I travel across the country, it's simply not close to being suitable. And TBH, I can't see how an electric van will ever suit a tradesman like me - I can do 500 miles in a day, and even if they improve vastly before the diesel/ petrol phase-out, it's very hard to see how they can provide mileage to suit. I suspect an alternative will come into play for long-range commercial vehicles such as Hydrogen, as will be the norm in countries like Japan who are shunning electric due to limitations in the Cities In any case, I think people are mad investing in commercial EV at this points - I do think they will play a part, but with every new generation will see (and is seeing) vast improvements, these early models are going to be weak in comparison to both milage and cost so are going to depreciate like a rock (maybe not issues with leasing). It is such a fast-moving market at the moment, it's hard to see what is coming around the corner, I'd rather wait for the market to expand and steady a tad, and also see what other options become available

braddyboy

BIK is flat rate on vans.

BMW 7 Series Diesel Saloon 730d MHT M Sport - 48 Months Lease with 5000 Miles PA £5363.86 upfront + 47 x £431.99 via Central Vehicle Leasing
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BMW 7 Series Diesel Saloon 730d MHT M Sport 4dr Auto Contract Length 48 Months Initial Rental £5,183.86 inc VAT 47 Months @ £431.99 inc VAT per Month Annual Mileage 5,000 Admin F… Read more
Mcpaynter

Also the majority of cars depreciate, you wouldn’t buy a house if it lost money every year, you’d rent it. Cars are a necessity and an operating cost of life these days, if you want to pay a few £ more for a better one then absolutely do it. It comes down to paying what you can afford for things

Mcpaynter

No idea why this is cold. Even 15k miles is 471pm which these days buys you a NOTHING anywhere near the level of a 7 series. Leasing is not massively different to PCP.. if you went to a dealer with pcp you’d be paying 600pm with same deposit for pcp

ibbster911

Bought a 2017 730d in aug 2019 for £26000 17000 miles . List price around £70000 don’t think anyone pays list price .Have ran it for 2 years mileage now 30500 and still retailing for £24000 - £28000 . Put 4 new Pirelli’s tyres on around £650 and extended the cars manufacturer 4 year free service pack to 7 years for £660 bmw Black Friday deal in November . The car is the best car I have ever owned once you get used to the size . I used to change my car every 9 months buy them cheap scouring the auto trader and sell before depreciation kicks in . Right car of course . Had octavia 2.0d 1 series , 5 , Touareg ,335d x drive . The bmw skodas were sound . The Touareg 2017 had no end of problems and the software update for emissions basically knackered the cars running completely . Air box leaking , rear wiper defective . Loved the size and look of the Touareg but lost all confidence as it was stuttering and ran rough . I’m keeping my 7 and reckon depreciation will be max £2000 a year cheaper than the leases (y) (y)

eboydk

Look at the Nose on that! (fierce)

stuart3

I'll give figures per month AFAIR: Car was 11k new, so that's about (100) - if I keep it for 10 years as planned and get nothing when I sell/scrap it. Servicing at an independent BMW specialist using genuine parts is about 400 per year (40) I had one big bill of 1500 for a loose cam belt change (common on this model) (15). On the upside tax has been only 20-30 per year (3) Not sure about tires, but I would guess under 1000 in the 9 1/2 years so far (10). So something like 170 a month, plus I 30 or so for insurance and 10 for breakdown cover. Downsides are I'm now in a 11 year old car, not a new one every 4 years, but it's still a decent drive and the cost is half of the deal. There are lots of ways of owning a car, make sure you understand the costs and risks of them all and choose the one that suits you.

Seat Mii electric car 24 month lease 6k miles pa, Initial £2400, 23 months at £83.99, Admin £180 - Term £4511.77 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
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Seat Mii electric car 24 month lease 6k miles pa, Initial £2400, 23 months at £83.99, Admin £180 - Term £4511.77 @ Central Vehicle Leasing£4,511.77
Great price but check out the higher mileage deals. Very cheap 10k a year for an extra £12 a month! Initial rental £2400 23 months at £83.99 Admin free £180 No maintenance. £451… Read more
casben

No longer exists???? Monthly charge is way over £200

projectdarkstar

R6 diesel. Low to mid 40s mpg. I was bit off, by 20 quid or so depending on the month. This is calculated from usage not trip computer. I don't spend 100% time in town. I also need a car that will fit 4 people comfortably and not squished like fish in a can. 0 to 60 is not important only if your number isn't anything to write home about :D but all of this is immaterial to discussion at hand. In short you could argue that compared to a selected petrol or diesel this would be "free". It would compared to 300hp car. Would a comparison to say 1.2 diesel be a favorable? I don't think so. I gave my car a an example and this Mii would be cheaper by comparison. Just. And as you yourself pointed out I don't have the most frugal car. The "almost free compared to petrol" was a sweeping statement that is very, very optimistic and true only some of the time. That was my point, that it depends how you define equivalent. I'll get my coat now.

wubba-lubba-dub-dub

You've described an enormous amount of people there. The average trip distance in the UK is 8.4miles, so this car's range is perfectly fine for many people.

wubba-lubba-dub-dub

What lease companies are doing this? I want power to my garage (detached, around 6M away from house), and wondered if I could get an electric charger installation company to effectively do the hard work for free, so would save a lot more from this.

Percy247

I think there's some man maths going on here or you must drive like miss daisy.! 10k miles a year is 833 a month. Diesel is almost 1.30 a litre, so 90 pounds buys 69.2 litres or 15.2 gallons. This gives you average mpg of 54.76. Presumably you drive a V6 diesel (BMW, audi, merc or similar). Real life mpgs range from about 38 to 44 for these cars, so your figures are some way off. If you like putting your foot down you will get sub 35mpg on most of these cars! This Mii is a brilliant deal for anyone after a small city car who has off street parking to charge it. 0-60 is irrelevant as this will beat a lot of cars to 30 in town with all that instant electric torque. We own the petrol Mii and its a good car. The rear brake shoes do bind but discs are overkill on such a small car and would only corrode and cost more to replace. Heat added.

Audi A3 A3 Sportback 30 Tfsi Technik 5dr - £2,580 Initial / £142.79pm x 23 months - total cost £5,864.17 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
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Audi A3 A3 Sportback 30 Tfsi Technik 5dr - £2,580 Initial / £142.79pm x 23 months - total cost £5,864.17 @ Central Vehicle Leasing£5,864.17
Hot deal on Audi A3 Sportback 30 Tfsi Technik 5dr Contract Length 24 Months Initial Rental £2,400.00 inc VAT 23 Months @ £142.79 inc VAT per Month Annual Mileage 5,000 Mainte… Read more
J_Singh

I agree, great choice for a first car. But kids are hard to convince with a Corsa or a Fiesta. Got a picture of a 1 series to my WhatsApp in the middle of the night. Ended up getting it. 118i M Sport 5dr in Alpine white with illuminated Boston trim, on a 6+42 with 5K mile allowance. £250 a month with maintenance, which is reasonable. I only have to pay the £1,500 deposit which I had agreed, :D happy with that. If anyone else is interested, this was through Select Car Leasing.

thelatics

For your daughter, best bet is a Vauxhall Corsa, Jet do a 1.2 Turbo Nav Premium for under £150 per month (1+35) on 5,000.

lapwing8704

Yep good deal

mabkebab

I'm the same. 3-5k a year and worth the cost just for the convenience. Although I couldn't justify a lease when I use the car so little but can totally understand why others could.

penthaus

I do these mileage in 3 months... Nice for pensioner though

Golf R MK8 - Personal Contract Hire - £288.60 per month x 23 months / £2,777.40 up front. Total cost £9,703.80 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
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Golf R MK8 - Personal Contract Hire - £288.60 per month x 23 months / £2,777.40 up front. Total cost £9,703.80 @ Central Vehicle Leasing£9,703.80
Brand-new MK 8 Golf R 320 PS - cheapest lease deal. Recommended OTR price for this car new is £39,270 - although you could pick it up for about £34k. Very good deal for the latest… Read more
Toon_army

I had the same thoughts when I had over 500bhp, but managed fine with that! If you are going to speed though, just make sure it isn't past any police cars (cheeky)

s_evans76

I have a golf r 7.5 estate and this car has been amazing during the snowy period lately. However I think this deal is the same model as mine with a mk8 picture on it. If it was a mk8 it would say 320bhp as mine is 310 like this one.

VR46Tuff

Have you ever driven a golf r (y)

VR46Tuff

Where does it say mk8 on the Web page I think it's old stock 7.5 :/

Darkraiser

healthandsafety: 315.622 B H P, Wonder how long my clean licence would last. They creating an electric alternative which will smoke that by at least triple

Smart Forfour Electric EQ Passion 5dr Auto, 36months, 5kpa £154.62 + £154.62 pm + £180 admin Total £5746.32 - Central Vehicle Leasing
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Smart Forfour Electric EQ Passion 5dr Auto, 36months, 5kpa £154.62 + £154.62 pm + £180 admin Total £5746.32 - Central Vehicle Leasing£5,746.32
Vehicle info         OTR:£20,785.00 Fuel:Electric Seats:4 Range:79 miles Battery:17.2 kWh Connector:Type 2 Gearbox:Automatic 0-62mph:12.7 SECS Power:82 BHP Std Equipment … Read more
Deist_Dean

A 3 year stock/share ISA that matured in April would have lost 27% over the term.

dreador

The name Smart derives from the cooperation of the Swiss company Swatch with Mercedes-Benz: "Swatch Mercedes ART". In its branding, the company lowercases its logotype and the logo incorporating a "c" and an arrow for "compact" and "forward thinking" respectively. You did ask

Jacob_Kreed

Can someone tell why called smart ????

dreador

Personal Lease init P11D is a bit irrelevant I need one number on one and two on another.... fingers crossed

deleted2542921

The only thing missing from this lease bingo card is P11d.

Skoda Octavia Octavia Estate 1.0 TSI SE Technology lease £113.99pm for 23m £2400 deposit £180 admin fee £5201.77 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
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Skoda Octavia Octavia Estate 1.0 TSI SE Technology lease £113.99pm for 23m £2400 deposit £180 admin fee £5201.77 @ Central Vehicle Leasing£5,201.77
Skoda Octavia Octavia Estate 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr £113.99 inc VAT per Month Contract Length 24 Months Initial Rental £2,400.00 inc VAT 23 Months @ £113.99 inc VAT per Mo… Read more
tan921

... nope the one I own is most definitely not 63bhp.

moh89

Yes, there is also a 1.0 65 SE engine for the polo, which has 64bhp and a 0-60 of 15 seconds. Which is most likely the one you have. They have the same engines but one produces 64 bhp while the other provides 93bhp. Hence same engines different amounts of power.

tan921

^ yes

Dave898

This Octavia 1.0 TSI has 110 bhp though. Hence why it has a similar 0-60 time as the lighter 1.0 TSI 95 bhp polo. I believe the physical engines are essentially the same and the power difference is from the software management.

tan921

Okay, this is getting difficult lets use images for ease then. It even says in the link polo tsi - 95 SE engine. “It’s really not as simple as same engine same power”. What about the S3 and Golf R which are essentially the same car and same power? It is that simple. Stop spouting what you dont know (lol)

SMART Fourfour full electric lease. 24m 5k miles pa, £141.60 x 23mths, £849.60 deposit, £180 fee - total £4286.40 at Central Vehicle Leasing
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SMART Fourfour full electric lease. 24m 5k miles pa, £141.60 x 23mths, £849.60 deposit, £180 fee - total £4286.40 at Central Vehicle Leasing£4,286.40£4,6478% off
Great price for full electric run-about.
MrHot

Granted you made a mistake. You could view this as only costing around 2200 total(2 years) if you did the max mileage for the 2 years. Saying that - I just looked at the cost per year for us to run 40mpg at 120p/litre for 5k miles is only £682. (okay nevermind just noticed the 1000 was for 2 years).

deleted547488

Sorry should have been 480 pounds i must have added an extra 0 on my calculator, I did say correct me if I am wrong and thanks for doing it.

Dave898

Yep definitely. Max fuel saving over 10k miles vs a 50mpg petrol/diesel is currently about £1k.

lewis.browntRm

If you are ‘smarter’ with charging it can cost you 1p a mile. Using off peak at home etc. Or if you’re in Scotland it will cost you 0p a mile with free public charging (while it lasts)

Dave898

Your numbers are out a bit I think. 10k petrol/diesel miles at 50mpg would cost about £1000. (200 gallons, about 900 litres at around £1.20 per litre). Electric cars cost around 3-5p per mile I believe, so would save around £500-700 per 10k miles compared to petrol/diesel.

Abarth 595 Hatchback Special Edition 1.4 T-Jet 180 Competizione 70th Anniversary 3dr £5934.75 - Central Vehicle Leasing
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Abarth 595 Hatchback Special Edition 1.4 T-Jet 180 Competizione 70th Anniversary 3dr £5934.75 - Central Vehicle Leasing£5,934.75
Abarth 595 Hatchback Special Edition 1.4 T-Jet 180 Competizione 70th Anniversary 3dr Car Leasing & Contract Hire. They do a 5000 mile option which is slightly cheaper. Price be… Read more
mad_design_man

I wouldn’t even buy one for this price (lol)

stealth666

1400cc... you mean like a motorbike or summat?? ;)

stealth666

Best thing about the deal.... you don't own it and can give it back..

dvdphile

Aren’t people finicky? ;) only 3 weeks ago this deal for only £250 less got over 1000 degrees heat! 8)

JOHNNY_WILKINSON

My niece has one and like the normal 500's the build quality isn't the best, I know she's had problems with the tyres and stability of the car.....the engine belongs in something a bit bigger imo!

Skoda Octavia Diesel Estate 1.6 TDI SE Technology 5dr total cost is £5,171.76 Car Leasing & Contract Hire
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Skoda Octavia Diesel Estate 1.6 TDI SE Technology 5dr total cost is £5,171.76 Car Leasing & Contract Hire£5,171.76
First car lease post. I've been looking for economical large boot estate. It looks like the best deal I can find. Would welcome other comments. After adding line rental, initial pa… Read more
KravBear

It's now £420 a month!!

panrix

Total and net are wrong 😁

avinine86

Energy blue :| 😔

fuzed

I still have a mk4 golf PD130 sat on the drive (SORN) with 290K on the clock - bought it with 65K on the clock in 2006. It's not been started in over a year and a half, may just see if it starts with a jump. Loved that little car, fantastic engines - this was remapped as well so was running around 170ish BHP.

Mrepg

Wtf is dieselgate lol voted hot for first deal and seems sensible even though lease is not for me.

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