Best Lease Car Deals Available? (Vol 9)

Best Lease Car Deals Available? (Vol 9)

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Scrump

Original Poster:

14,679 posts

125 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Continued from here:
https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&...

Bring on the deals!

Wackywoo105

117 posts

57 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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My V90CC deal is up mid Feb 2021. When should I start looking for/ordering a replacement?

tazgalsinh

143 posts

79 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Hi, where is this deal please:
@tonker
Subject to it being available,

6+23 on a mk8 golf Life 5 dr 130 petrol manual. So with the digital cockpit gubbins. Battleship grey. 15k pa. 207 inc VAT (less the government’s 3 months free).

Works out at 6458 all in. So amortised at 269.

Because the electric 208 deals got pulled and the 2008 was a chunk more, I was going to get the 1.0 fiesta active at 5300 (same stats) that’s around at the moment. But it was vetoed as ‘the first car you get. And I am not a teenager’

“more’s the pity” is apparently not an appropriate response.

From VW.

Jonno02

2,094 posts

76 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Scrump said:
Bring on the deals!
Been saying that to myself for a few months now...

domtheone

154 posts

63 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Wackywoo105 said:
My V90CC deal is up mid Feb 2021. When should I start looking for/ordering a replacement?
My current lease expires on 1 Feb 2021. I've been browsing (a tad) for a few weeks now (and checking out this thread).

Doesn't hurt to start looking around now, imo. Even if "good" deals are non existent.

Blown2CV

25,032 posts

170 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Sten. said:
Blown2CV said:
Monkeylegend said:
Blown2CV said:
Regular reminder that leasing isn't mandatory. If you can't find a good deal, you can just go and get a used car on a loan... no one needs a new car, it's just a nice to have. No point getting upset about lack of deals, it's just the way it is right now.
But..................but..........what will the neighbours think yikes
that's literally what it is isn't it smile
No.
go on then... why is it essential to lease

Gareth1974

2,822 posts

106 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Wackywoo105 said:
My V90CC deal is up mid Feb 2021. When should I start looking for/ordering a replacement?
I ordered in July last year for January delivery, and it wasn’t actually ready until March in the end (then hit by Coronavirus), so if the right deal comes up it’s worth asking if delivery can be held until Feb.

Pablo16v

1,511 posts

164 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Blown2CV said:
Sten. said:
Blown2CV said:
Monkeylegend said:
Blown2CV said:
Regular reminder that leasing isn't mandatory. If you can't find a good deal, you can just go and get a used car on a loan... no one needs a new car, it's just a nice to have. No point getting upset about lack of deals, it's just the way it is right now.
But..................but..........what will the neighbours think yikes
that's literally what it is isn't it smile
No.
go on then... why is it essential to lease
I don't think that's what he is disagreeing with.

anonymous-user

21 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Based on this



How much is excess mileage?

8p per mile or 9.6p per mile

Pablo16v

1,511 posts

164 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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JPJPJP said:
Based on this



How much is excess mileage?

8p per mile or 9.6p per mile
Best check with the lease company. It should be inclusive of VAT but I've seen plenty of offers like this where the excess is still minus the VAT.

RammyMP

5,095 posts

120 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Has anyone seen any decent deals for a XC40? Her in doors wants one but it has to be the higher power ones (190+ HP), 4wd and auto. Cheapest I’ve seen is +£2500 + £350 a month.

Witchfinder

6,215 posts

219 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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RammyMP said:
Has anyone seen any decent deals for a XC40? Her in doors wants one but it has to be the higher power ones (190+ HP), 4wd and auto. Cheapest I’ve seen is +£2500 + £350 a month.
Give Santander a call. They list the T3, but they will quote you on any car in the Volvo range.
https://www.santanderconsumer.co.uk/123contracthir...

RammyMP

5,095 posts

120 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Witchfinder said:
RammyMP said:
Has anyone seen any decent deals for a XC40? Her in doors wants one but it has to be the higher power ones (190+ HP), 4wd and auto. Cheapest I’ve seen is +£2500 + £350 a month.
Give Santander a call. They list the T3, but they will quote you on any car in the Volvo range.
https://www.santanderconsumer.co.uk/123contracthir...
Cheers, that one advertised is 10k per year, she does half that so a T4(?) may be cheaper?

Sten.

1,568 posts

101 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Pablo16v said:
Blown2CV said:
Sten. said:
Blown2CV said:
Monkeylegend said:
Blown2CV said:
Regular reminder that leasing isn't mandatory. If you can't find a good deal, you can just go and get a used car on a loan... no one needs a new car, it's just a nice to have. No point getting upset about lack of deals, it's just the way it is right now.
But..................but..........what will the neighbours think yikes
that's literally what it is isn't it smile
No.
go on then... why is it essential to lease
I don't think that's what he is disagreeing with.
Correct.

I don't agree that people are upset at the lack of good deals because they're worried about being negatively judged by the neighbours if they buy a used car.

If anything the opposite is true, most of my neighbours thought I was a flash ahole when I got my current leased e class. hehe




Blown2CV

25,032 posts

170 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Pablo16v said:
Blown2CV said:
Sten. said:
Blown2CV said:
Monkeylegend said:
Blown2CV said:
Regular reminder that leasing isn't mandatory. If you can't find a good deal, you can just go and get a used car on a loan... no one needs a new car, it's just a nice to have. No point getting upset about lack of deals, it's just the way it is right now.
But..................but..........what will the neighbours think yikes
that's literally what it is isn't it smile
No.
go on then... why is it essential to lease
I don't think that's what he is disagreeing with.
I don't know who is agreeing or disagreeing with what... my point is that i can't think of any justification that someone may feel they have as to why it
it is essential that have a new car on a lease.

Tarqy

22 posts

46 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Possible miss price but decent for a 7 seater if not

SEAT Tarraco Estate
1.5 TSI EVO SE Technology 5dr

£266 on a 1+23 10k

https://leasing.com/independent-brokers/zenauto-li...

Edited by Tarqy on Wednesday 29th July 17:23

Witchfinder

6,215 posts

219 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Tarqy said:
Possible miss price but decent for a 7 seater if not
That looks like a pretty good price, and it changes by sensible increments when you alter the payment profile, so it doesn't look like a misprice.

Ham_and_Jam

764 posts

64 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Wackywoo105 said:
My V90CC deal is up mid Feb 2021. When should I start looking for/ordering a replacement?
Generally <6 months left on current lease is a good benchmark.

However, mines due May 2021 and I always keep an eye on this thread to see the current state of the market.......which doesn’t look that good at the moment.

Blown2CV

25,032 posts

170 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Sten. said:
Pablo16v said:
Blown2CV said:
Sten. said:
Blown2CV said:
Monkeylegend said:
Blown2CV said:
Regular reminder that leasing isn't mandatory. If you can't find a good deal, you can just go and get a used car on a loan... no one needs a new car, it's just a nice to have. No point getting upset about lack of deals, it's just the way it is right now.
But..................but..........what will the neighbours think yikes
that's literally what it is isn't it smile
No.
go on then... why is it essential to lease
I don't think that's what he is disagreeing with.
Correct.

I don't agree that people are upset at the lack of good deals because they're worried about being negatively judged by the neighbours if they buy a used car.

If anything the opposite is true, most of my neighbours thought I was a flash ahole when I got my current leased e class. hehe
people can be upset if they like, but it's fruitless as it changes nothing. I was more meaning WHY be upset... why does it matter so much to you... you don't need a lease and no one else does either, and no one is forcing you into signing on something you don't want.

In a way it would be better just to not comment about there being no deals, as every time someone comments it brings this thread to the top of peoples' watch lists and they check it in case there are deals....... however there are none, and it's just posts and posts of people complaining there are no deals.

...and on that note I will leave it there.

ninjajames

17 posts

64 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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Blown2CV said:
Pablo16v said:
Blown2CV said:
Sten. said:
Blown2CV said:
Monkeylegend said:
Blown2CV said:
Regular reminder that leasing isn't mandatory. If you can't find a good deal, you can just go and get a used car on a loan... no one needs a new car, it's just a nice to have. No point getting upset about lack of deals, it's just the way it is right now.
But..................but..........what will the neighbours think yikes
that's literally what it is isn't it smile
No.
go on then... why is it essential to lease
I don't think that's what he is disagreeing with.
I don't know who is agreeing or disagreeing with what... my point is that i can't think of any justification that someone may feel they have as to why it
it is essential that have a new car on a lease.
.

Let's just keep this about good deals shall we rather than any other discussion that isn't about deals. Create a separate thread if you want to discuss this sort of thing. Defeats the whole point of a dedicated thread to deals.