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    Quote Originally Posted by SeePee View Post
    Only shut whilst the lockdown is in place hopefully.
    Yes I appreciated that was probably the case after I replied to you. I'll be using them again provided income and circumstances allow.

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    Same here, just handed my XC90 back.

    P11D £55k, lease over two years was £12k and if I sold privately I would be lucky to see anything near £30k. Plus I have not funded, put a load of my money in the pot and RFL paid by Santander.

    So, I think I am about £15-20k to the good.

    Problem.......... with wifey's R lease ending on 16.05.20 and her replacement stuck at the MB dealership and me not ordering anything because not know what life/business had in store we could easily be carless in a few weeks.

    Has anyone any experience of short term hire say 3-6 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post


    Has anyone any experience of short term hire say 3-6 months.

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    I'd recommend Evogo in Sheffield for short term leases but they are currently shut so not sure if that's helpful to you. I imagine every leasing company will be shut until this mess is over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post
    Same here, just handed my XC90 back.

    P11D £55k, lease over two years was £12k and if I sold privately I would be lucky to see anything near £30k. Plus I have not funded, put a load of my money in the pot and RFL paid by Santander.

    So, I think I am about £15-20k to the good.

    Problem.......... with wifey's R lease ending on 16.05.20 and her replacement stuck at the MB dealership and me not ordering anything because not know what life/business had in store we could easily be carless in a few weeks.

    Has anyone any experience of short term hire say 3-6 months.

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    You should have asked to extend the XC90 lease, they extent no problem and in most cases at a cheaper rate than you were originally paying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Drago View Post
    You should have asked to extend the XC90 lease, they extent no problem and in most cases at a cheaper rate than you were originally paying.
    I did ask but they would only do it for a month unless I had another Volvo on order. I guess it was just Santander.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post
    I did ask but they would only do it for a month unless I had another Volvo on order. I guess it was just Santander.

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    Might be worth giving it a couple of weeks and asking again, loads of folks are returning cars early so they might well be one to keep some income.

    If not if the lockdown continues past your return date theyíll likely offer terms for continuing use.

    Failing all that MB will likely have some early termination returns and perhaps thatís an opportunity to bridge the gap.

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    The TZ Best Lease Car Deals Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Drago View Post
    You should have asked to extend the XC90 lease, they extent no problem and in most cases at a cheaper rate than you were originally paying.
    Iíve seen the answer is no to this, but itís a good point to highlight for others.

    For anyone wondering, it is of course company specific, but Audi and BMW will knock 20% off your current deal if you extend from 2 years to 3 years without any haggling effort. Audi, however, will not usually go lower than that 20%.

    Iím not sure what the prices are for 3-4 years, but expect similar discounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Morgan View Post
    Might be worth giving it a couple of weeks and asking again, loads of folks are returning cars early so they might well be one to keep some income.

    If not if the lockdown continues past your return date theyíll likely offer terms for continuing use.

    Failing all that MB will likely have some early termination returns and perhaps thatís an opportunity to bridge the gap.
    Picked up last week CM so all done and dusted. The supplying MB dealership has completely shut up shop......boo hoo..

    Cheers fella for the thoughts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post
    Same here, just handed my XC90 back.

    P11D £55k, lease over two years was £12k and if I sold privately I would be lucky to see anything near £30k. Plus I have not funded, put a load of my money in the pot and RFL paid by Santander.

    So, I think I am about £15-20k to the good.

    Problem.......... with wifey's R lease ending on 16.05.20 and her replacement stuck at the MB dealership and me not ordering anything because not know what life/business had in store we could easily be carless in a few weeks.

    Has anyone any experience of short term hire say 3-6 months.

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    Bingo!!!!!!

    Email from VWFS confirming I can increase the lease by 6 months, same figure and terms, no MOT required and warranty extended also.

    Very happy with that and take the heat off

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    Ive cancelled my BMW 4 series grand coupe as Iíve lost my job due to the ongoing situation.
    Was looking forward to it and would of kept it on had it been delivered when supposed to as well.
    Only cost £600 in the end and leasing company were excellent.
    Its difficult for them as well.

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    Ok guys.. what do we think of this?
    Audi A6 Allroad Diesel Estate
    45 TDI Quattro Sport 5dr Tip Auto [Tech]

    8k Miles per annum, 16k in total (2 year deal)
    £2691 upfront
    £299 x23
    Includes optional metallic paint

    Works out at £9568 over the two years for a £56k car.
    If my man math is correct thatís about 18% il be paying. According to piston heads and this thread anything under 20% is really good value.

    The car is a new model, with all the latest tech including virtual cockpit, dual touch screens etc. Proper 3.0tdi v6 engine albeit in the lower of the two outputs Audi offer it in...

    Thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yeti View Post
    Ok guys.. what do we think of this?
    Audi A6 Allroad Diesel Estate
    45 TDI Quattro Sport 5dr Tip Auto [Tech]

    8k Miles per annum, 16k in total (2 year deal)
    £2691 upfront
    £299 x23
    Includes optional metallic paint

    Works out at £9568 over the two years for a £56k car.
    If my man math is correct thatís about 18% il be paying. According to piston heads and this thread anything under 20% is really good value.

    The car is a new model, with all the latest tech including virtual cockpit, dual touch screens etc. Proper 3.0tdi v6 engine albeit in the lower of the two outputs Audi offer it in...

    Thoughts?
    Seems a good deal to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yeti View Post
    Ok guys.. what do we think of this?
    Audi A6 Allroad Diesel Estate
    45 TDI Quattro Sport 5dr Tip Auto [Tech]

    8k Miles per annum, 16k in total (2 year deal)
    £2691 upfront
    £299 x23
    Includes optional metallic paint

    Works out at £9568 over the two years for a £56k car.
    If my man math is correct thatís about 18% il be paying. According to piston heads and this thread anything under 20% is really good value.

    The car is a new model, with all the latest tech including virtual cockpit, dual touch screens etc. Proper 3.0tdi v6 engine albeit in the lower of the two outputs Audi offer it in...

    Thoughts?
    Once you have signed up :) let me know where as this could be perfect for my brother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yeti View Post
    Ok guys.. what do we think of this?
    Audi A6 Allroad Diesel Estate
    45 TDI Quattro Sport 5dr Tip Auto [Tech]

    8k Miles per annum, 16k in total (2 year deal)
    £2691 upfront
    £299 x23
    Includes optional metallic paint

    Works out at £9568 over the two years for a £56k car.
    If my man math is correct thatís about 18% il be paying. According to piston heads and this thread anything under 20% is really good value.

    The car is a new model, with all the latest tech including virtual cockpit, dual touch screens etc. Proper 3.0tdi v6 engine albeit in the lower of the two outputs Audi offer it in...

    Thoughts?
    Do you need a big load lugging estate that will also easily cross muddy fields, but doesnít offer much mileage allowance. If so, sounds a great deal.

    But, if you need a large mileage allowance, donít need big load lugging estate and are teased by the low % and high RRP, then itís probably not a good deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noTAGlove View Post
    Do you need a big load lugging estate that will also easily cross muddy fields, but doesnít offer much mileage allowance. If so, sounds a great deal.

    But, if you need a large mileage allowance, donít need big load lugging estate and are teased by the low % and high RRP, then itís probably not a good deal.
    Errr..I donít actually need a big load lugging estate in the same sense I donít need a great big seadweller capable of diving to 4000ft. I like my seadweller and I like 3.0tdi load luggers ;)

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    There are some great deals on Audis at the moment.
    Leasing.com have the A4 avant black edition at £202 per month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yeti View Post
    Ok guys.. what do we think of this?
    Audi A6 Allroad Diesel Estate
    45 TDI Quattro Sport 5dr Tip Auto [Tech]

    8k Miles per annum, 16k in total (2 year deal)
    £2691 upfront
    £299 x23
    Includes optional metallic paint

    Works out at £9568 over the two years for a £56k car.
    If my man math is correct thatís about 18% il be paying. According to piston heads and this thread anything under 20% is really good value.

    The car is a new model, with all the latest tech including virtual cockpit, dual touch screens etc. Proper 3.0tdi v6 engine albeit in the lower of the two outputs Audi offer it in...

    Thoughts?
    As someone who has been sitting on the sidelines contemplating these deals for some time that seems an incredibly cheap deal for a vehicle like this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yeti View Post
    Ok guys.. what do we think of this?
    Audi A6 Allroad Diesel Estate
    45 TDI Quattro Sport 5dr Tip Auto [Tech]

    8k Miles per annum, 16k in total (2 year deal)
    £2691 upfront
    £299 x23
    Includes optional metallic paint

    Works out at £9568 over the two years for a £56k car.
    If my man math is correct thatís about 18% il be paying. According to piston heads and this thread anything under 20% is really good value.

    The car is a new model, with all the latest tech including virtual cockpit, dual touch screens etc. Proper 3.0tdi v6 engine albeit in the lower of the two outputs Audi offer it in...

    Thoughts?
    That is a fantastic deal. I've got the A4 Allroad with 3.0 tdi 272 BHP engine and it is phenomenal so I wouldn't worry about it being the lower powered one. Fuel consumption can be excellent when you are purring along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave+63 View Post
    There are some great deals on Audis at the moment.
    Leasing.com have the A4 avant black edition at £202 per month.
    Nice looking cars and well specced but totally boring to drive with wooly steering.
    Can't wait to get shot of mine at end of lease-next April unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hood View Post
    Nice looking cars and well specced but totally boring to drive with wooly steering.
    Can't wait to get shot of mine at end of lease-next April unfortunately.
    Yup great on paper dull on tarmac

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    Great deal and I ran A4's, A5 and A6 for years.

    Never going to be a real drivers car but I don't buy saloons for that, but sitting on congested A and B roads and in traffic they are absolutely wonderful quality places to sit.

    Apols, if that a bit too positive on this informative thread.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post
    Great deal and I ran A4's, A5 and A6 for years.

    Never going to be a real drivers car but I don't buy saloons for that, but sitting on congested A and B roads and in traffic they are absolutely wonderful quality places to sit.

    Apols, if that a bit too positive on this informative thread.


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    BMW get it right with their 3 series models though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave+63 View Post
    There are some great deals on Audis at the moment.
    Leasing.com have the A4 avant black edition at £202 per month.
    Iíve just returned mine. A very competent, well built, and good looking car. Mine in black was nicknamed the hearse by friends. But as others said, itís just a machine, itís not exciting but it doesnít let you down.

    I replaced it with an Alfa Romeo, now thatís a car with character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hood View Post
    BMW get it right with their 3 series models though.
    And with their 5 series too. And jaguar even do it with the XJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hood View Post
    BMW get it right with their 3 series models though.
    Horrible place to sit IMO, had a new one didnít like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post
    Horrible place to sit IMO, had a new one didnít like it.

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    Agreed, my least favourite interior

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post
    Horrible place to sit IMO, had a new one didnít like it.

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    I agree the Audi's win the interior battle no doubt and the previous 3 series interiors were poor.
    I only looked briefly at the latest version and thought it seemed a bit better though.
    4 out of my last 5 cars have been Audis so I do like them but just find their saloons really boring to drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hood View Post
    I agree the Audi's win the interior battle no doubt and the previous 3 series interiors were poor.
    I only looked briefly at the latest version and thought it seemed a bit better though.
    4 out of my last 5 cars have been Audis so I do like them but just find their saloons really boring to drive.
    I had one of the latest Q7ís for two years and that was an amazing bit of kit.

    I am soon to jump into a Tesla Model 3 Performance, now thatís going to be interesting after a 12 year period of Audiís for either me or the Missus in the garage. 🧐

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post
    I had one of the latest Q7ís for two years and that was an amazing bit of kit.

    I am soon to jump into a Tesla Model 3 Performance, now thatís going to be interesting after a 12 year period of Audiís for either me or the Missus in the garage. ūüßź

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    Can you get lease deals on the Tesla?

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    https://www.stablevehiclecontracts.c...-leasing/tesla

    These guys are good


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post
    I had one of the latest Q7ís for two years and that was an amazing bit of kit.

    I am soon to jump into a Tesla Model 3 Performance, now thatís going to be interesting after a 12 year period of Audiís for either me or the Missus in the garage. ūüßź

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    Good luck with the interior on the Tesla if you didnít like the new 3 series!
    I know which one Iíd choose having tried both....


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