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24 month Golf R lease (10k miles) - £2264.93 deposit + 23 x £377.49 (+ £239.99 admin fee) = £11187.19 - National Vehicle Solutions
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Posted 3rd Feb 2020Posted 3rd Feb 2020
24 month Golf R lease (10k miles) - £2264.93 deposit + 23 x £377.49 (+ £239.99 admin fee) = £11187.19 - National Vehicle Solutions£11,187.19
<Special offer based on stock vehicles Pre-Registered in December - delivery approx 2 weeks. Advertised Price includes Metallic/Pearl Paint - available colours are Atlantic Blue… Read more
Marcus_72

About 40% cheaper.

v5535

This is a Golf R.. what do people expect?.

Marcus_72

Wow. The OP has some balls though to post this deal. This is going quad digit cold. Brrrrrrrrr

Colonel_McG

This is the deal Ned Stark was talking about when he said ‘Winter is coming.’

satty83

Not abad idea that. They should give awards for the coldest deal of the year. It's only fair as members are still putting effort in and actually would be nice for the community to recognise that effort.

Volkswagen Arteon 2.0 TSI DSG SE 24m lease 3k initial + £101 5k £113 8K or £120 10k +£239 fee total from £5562 National Vehicle
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Volkswagen Arteon 2.0 TSI DSG SE 24m lease 3k initial + £101 5k £113 8K or £120 10k +£239 fee total from £5562 National Vehicle
Seems an absolute steal to me for an in stock £5562 for 24 months 5k £5840 for 8k per year £6009 for 10k per year White or Grey - looks like white may be extra Would jump on one … Read more
deleted455140

I get this now, thanks. I was thinking in the case of a total loss, insurance company would be sending you x amount of money to cover the value of the vehicle, and then finance company would send you a bill that factored in the totality of the finance agreement, including the deposit already paid, remaining months of finance and their valuation of the car. You'd then pay this bill with the insurance payout, topped up to cover any gap between the valuations, or that gap covered by the GAP insurance, and in a situation where you've paid out £3k upfront to the finance, the finance bill would be £3k less, so you'd have a £3k gap in your favor. Turns out that's all nonsense, the insurance company deals with the finance company directly, and that £3k no doubt gets split between them, or kept by the finance company. :o

healthandsafety

Patience.There will be plenty of deals coming in 2020 guaranteed!

ash742526

I sent in my enquiry to Listers in the morning before the price increase. Will they honour that price? Would be very annoying if they don'd as i've started to make some arrangements.

nickmack

As others mentioned, the quotes are coming out £50 p/m higher, so it looks like the prices have been ramped

volksdub

Looks like NVS have also put their prices up. Was a good deal this morning through Listers but now over a grand more for the term.

Citroen Grand C4 Spacetourer 1.2 PureTech 130 Feel 5dr - 10k Miles / 12 month personal lease, £2932 total cost
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Posted 9th Jan 2020Posted 9th Jan 2020
Citroen Grand C4 Spacetourer 1.2 PureTech 130 Feel 5dr - 10k Miles / 12 month personal lease, £2932 total cost£2,932
Cheap way into a big car for those of you cursed with the affliction known as children. Must be delivered by end of January, so need to move quick. Initial Rental £1800.00 Incl … Read more
Rickardo

I haven't looked to see what else is available at present but 7 seater lease deals are not usually very good, when I have looked, so I'll give some heat as looks fairly decent (and I have the previous shape of this car with a different engine). Here's my rough calculations across the different terms, which I think are correct:

smmcandrew

I’d bite at an average of £200 per month.

Rickardo

Torque an issue, but it is turbocharged and has these stats, so not so bad for what it is: Performance 0 to 62 mph 11.2 secs Engine Power 131 BHP @ 5500 RPM Engine Torque 230 Nm @ 1750 RPM Top Speed 124 mph Fuel Consumption Combined 54.3 mpg Extra Urban 61.4 mpg Urban 46.3 mpg

LovelyJubbly

A years depreciation on this car would be far more than £3K so that makes this a very good deal.

schnecker

Fully loaded, being a 7 seater!!

Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSI SE L DSG 7 seat SUV - 2 Year Lease - 23 x £157.55pm. £3239.99 up front. TOTAL £6863 @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSI SE L DSG 7 seat SUV - 2 Year Lease - 23 x £157.55pm. £3239.99 up front. TOTAL £6863 @ National Vehicle Solutions£6,863
Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSI SE L DSG 7 seat SUV - 2 Year Lease - 23 x £157.55pm - 8,000 miles per annum. Initial deposit £3000 with admin fee £239.99. Total £6863 Standard colour - blue … Read more
sunjcb

I only paid 5quid more plus 20 quid processing fees when I charged my car from the existing policy.

mumjit

Anyone got a rough idea how much the insurance would likely be on a 7 seater Kodiaq for a 45+ year old female with full no claims??

SonsOfDog

(embarrassed) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (embarrassed) (lol) (lol)

JonesOsmosis

But, do you get to keep it at the end of the lease?

deleted47287

Linky?

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£6,467.03
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..........
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 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£10,580.39
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 ! ;(

VOLKSWAGEN GOLF ESTATE 2.0 TSI 300 R 5dr AWD DSG £8,510 National Vehicle Solutions
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Posted 12th Mar 2019Posted 12th Mar 2019
VOLKSWAGEN GOLF ESTATE 2.0 TSI 300 R 5dr AWD DSG £8,510 National Vehicle Solutions£8,510
3+23 8k annual mileage 318.07 £ a month Total £ 8510 including admin fee My new cupra will arrive on Thursday so it is to late for me to apply for this deal :(
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m5rcc

A fight? I asked a question.

GrimDanFango

C'mon man, don't pick another fight on a lease post...

deleted1972251

Im not going to comment on Dacias looks and equipment as everybody got different likes and needs but lets focus on safety. Dacia Logan got only 3 stars in euro ncap rating. So no thank you. I find adaptive cruise control useless and it was by far the worst feature in my golf r :o

Dwh8611

Yes but where is the fun in that! £10k on a new car would get you driving a Dacia Sandero. You only have one life...if you can afford this go for it! It’s a great all rounder car with a good standard spec. I especially rate the adaptive cruise control as this is superb for anyone doing longer journeys.

cbflazaro1

Or some people rather buy a brand new car for 10k that they get to keep, rather than lose it after 24 months. 400 a month to "borrow a car"... U could almost just go everywhere on a taxi at that rate

SEAT LEON 1.5 TSI EVO SE Dynamic [EZ] 5dr - £74.32/month, 24 months, 8000 miles - Personal Lease @ National Vehicle Solutions
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SEAT LEON 1.5 TSI EVO SE Dynamic [EZ] 5dr - £74.32/month, 24 months, 8000 miles - Personal Lease @ National Vehicle Solutions£4,349.35
Annual Mileage 8000 Contract Length 24 months Monthly Rental £74.32 Incl VAT (£74.32 * 23 = 1709.36) Initial Rental £2400.00 Incl VAT Admin Fee £239.99 Incl VAT Total - 4349.35 A… Read more
deleted1859107

you can lease a Porsche for £99 if you put a large upfront payment !!! typical lease blag !

kumpis23

Got it from IMG Seat Warrington. It was a year ago, but I think they do a similar deal now, just more expensive seatwarrington.co.uk/offer/seat/leon-hatchback/20-tsi-290-cupra-ez-5dr-dsg/20955?frch=splash Alternatively, low 3 month deposit https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/seat-leon-20-tsi-290-cupra-ez-dsg-24-month-lease-10k-miles-pa-78537-deposit-26179pm-no-fee-680674-leasing-options-3138711

Cheikthisout

Where did you get the cupra deal with no deposit please? I'm buying my first house which needs doing up so will be a bit cash strapped, so I'm considering selling my car and going for a low deposit lease that I can just budget for each month...

tan159

My reply was with respect to skgwho comment on the basic costs of car ownership. Obviously I'm not comparing a new car to an older used one. Duh.

skgwho

Absolutely. You were definitely quids in. But what have you been driving for last 7 years? Same as with houses, you can buy something for 20k or something for £2m. You can't possibly compare both, can you? Down to personal pref, and affordability.

VW Touran 1.6TDI 115 SE Family DSG Model 1/23 month deal £267.02/month total £6915.50 @ NVS
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VW Touran 1.6TDI 115 SE Family DSG Model 1/23 month deal £267.02/month total £6915.50 @ NVS
Unfortunately(!) I'm now in the market for a MPV / 7 seater, as we're about to have our 3rd child. I've been looking around at various makes and models and there's a few decent de… Read more
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deleted1293669

They are two loud so u need to put some in the last lane. Makes life easier

norfolkbroadslim

Fair enough although you asked for help???

deleted276389

I don't need to explain my personal circumstances.

norfolkbroadslim

How does 3 children mean you need a 7 seater?

james.robert3j8

Accountants?

Seat Arona Diesel SUV 1.6 TDI 115SE Technology Lux 2yr lease - £2400 and then £102.19 / month £239.99 Admin fee @ national vehicle solutions
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Seat Arona Diesel SUV 1.6 TDI 115SE Technology Lux 2yr lease - £2400 and then £102.19 / month £239.99 Admin fee @ national vehicle solutions
there is £240 admin fee 6K miles per year 2 year contract SE Technology Lux equipment includes Sat Nav and Heated Seats. Beats Sound system Winter pack Adaptive cruise control … Read more
m5rcc

I'll remind you what you initially wrote and what I originally replied: Please inform me where on your original statement the word diesel was mentioned? Indeed - it looks like you're here to troll. When did I say they were? Again - I have been very clear. Perhaps you should move on from this thread as it's seriously made you very upset. I'm sure you will and no doubt you'll be back...

DominicPTS

Ahhhhh right it's all a game to you? You spout nonsense, get called out on it, and then just bury your head in the sand saying "not really" and make silly comments about "playing". I'll leave you to it. I'm not here to play "games". Petrol cars aren't diesels, same as buses and lorries aren't cars. Perhaps you can work out why I mentioned them now...... but then again on your current form... Perhaps not. Perhaps have a think about it for a few days instead of rushing to reply, it might all become clear to you then? Either way you can have the last word, as I won't waste my time reading it.

m5rcc

Not really. And you're still going on about it on a dead thread... Buses and lorries aren't cars. Thanks for playing. Better luck next time...

m5rcc

On what? My statements are as clear as day...

DominicPTS

But this is a diesel car and the average for a diesel car is much higher, so including petrol cars is irrelevant. You're quoting an average which includes a fuel type which is "completely unrelated to this thread" to quote yourself. Diesel average miles are higher. This is a diesel. If you're going to include irrelevant vehicle types let's chuck in buses and lorries too!

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