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    Quote Originally Posted by Chukas View Post
    Give Gareth W a shout, he's in the know on Volkswagen deals 
    Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by gcleminson View Post
    If anyone comes across any deals on a Tiguan DSG (any variant considered) please do let me know :)
    Should be able to help here, let me know.

    Quote Originally Posted by R0bertb00th View Post
    Sport or 4 ideally but all considered
    Just arranged 3 PCH deals for Discovery Sports in the last week Robert so can certainly help if you like. The Mk 4 (and new Mk 5) won't look value at all compared to the Discovery Sport however. For example;

    * Make/model – New Land Rover Discovery Sport 2.0TD4 180 HSE Black 5 door Automatic with Metallic paint choice

    * Contract - PCH 6+35/8k per annum @ £545.25 inc VAT per month

    Or the SE;

    * Make/model – New Land Rover Discovery Sport 2.0TD4 180 SE 5 door Automatic with solid paint

    * Contract - PCH 6+35/8k per annum @ £439.00 inc VAT per month
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    Quote Originally Posted by gcleminson View Post
    If anyone comes across any deals on a Tiguan DSG (any variant considered) please do let me know :)
    I can get you a deal on a Tiguan. When do you want delivery?


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    Quote Originally Posted by awright101 View Post
    My wife's looking for a new Audi A3 2.0tdi s line if anyone sees a deal. She's thinking of buying but I saw this thread. Be interesting to get a comparison.
    The search begins hahaha
    Are you still looking?


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    Apologies if this is a repost, but I got this a few mins ago

    Volkswagen Golf R 2.0 TSI Nav 310 AWD 5Dr Estate DSG
    Initial Rental Of £2000+VAT Followed By 23 Payments 5K PA £168.99+VAT, PCH £202.79 Inc VAT


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    Signed up for a Golf 1.6 tdi gt 2k down £97.99 per month 23 months

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    Some great deals on new gti at minute via central

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    Quote Originally Posted by R0bertb00th View Post
    Some great deals on new gti at minute via central
    Presume it's the VWFS one on pistonheads, all gone by lunchtime from my skim reading.

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    Had a ride in one of these Friday night and had a shufty round https://www.stablevehiclecontracts.c...di-sq7-leasing

    Audi SQ7 TDI

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    Quote Originally Posted by MCFastybloke View Post
    Had a ride in one of these Friday night and had a shufty round https://www.stablevehiclecontracts.c...di-sq7-leasing

    Audi SQ7 TDI
    Great looking chariot, but mental money IMO

    My mate has the SQ5, and it's a great car too.

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    Audi S4

    £3000 deposit and 23 x £239 +vat

    10000 pa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken Pox View Post
    Presume it's the VWFS one on pistonheads, all gone by lunchtime from my skim reading.

    Long gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morning Wood View Post
    Audi S4

    £3000 deposit and 23 x £239 +vat

    10000 pa.
    Seems like a lot of car for the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demonloop View Post
    Great looking chariot, but mental money IMO

    My mate has the SQ5, and it's a great car too.
    It is a lot of wedge, but is a RR Vogue SDV8 worth twice as much? I thought in comparison the Audi better value.

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    I had one offer emailed a few days ago

    Aston Martin DB 11. 10k down £1150 a month 18 month rental. Thought I will pass on this one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morning Wood View Post
    Audi S4

    £3000 deposit and 23 x £239 +vat

    10000 pa.
    Now that is a good deal. And a nice jalopy too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hilly10 View Post
    I had one offer emailed a few days ago

    Aston Martin DB 11. 10k down £1150 a month 18 month rental. Thought I will pass on this one
    Pretty good deal. Sometimes though these deals can be for really low spec cars. Who is this through?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MCFastybloke View Post
    Had a ride in one of these Friday night and had a shufty round https://www.stablevehiclecontracts.c...di-sq7-leasing

    Audi SQ7 TDI
    Quality motor. These figures are very similar to our pcp when we bought our Q7 5 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmcb View Post
    Now that is a good deal. And a nice jalopy too.

    I saw it here.......



    http://www.solentvehicleleasing.co.uk

    They also have the Hyundai Ioniq hybrid for next to nothing (£58) with a £2k deposit.
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    Budget motoring, with a new car.

    At the other end of the scale from some of the nicer offerings on this thread I wonder if anyone has any ideas for a cheapie. I was looking at something for £100ish a month with an initial deposit of £3-400ish over a 2/3 year period.

    I'm thinking for that price a small city car. Not needed for a commute as I ride a scooter to work but occasional motorway usage, mainly to be used for going to the shops . Only two of us, occasionally a few more more for local jaunts out so something with 5 doors would be nice.

    Ideally with Bluetooth, electric windows, air con and central locking. Sat nav and parking sensors would be good but unlikely on a car of this size/price.

    I like the look of the new(ish) Hyundai I10 but it's coming in a little more than my £100 (ish) limit, any ideas? Thanks in advance....

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    A VW Up can be had for £99 a month with about a grand deposit as can the Skoda equivalent. Ours can do a crazy 450-500 miles to £40 of petrol and with road tax at £30 it is a very economical second car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gareth-W View Post
    Long gone.
    I saw the Pistonheads thread on the Golf Estate R too late, any idea if VW do this on a regular basis or was it a one off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cessna152 View Post
    At the other end of the scale from some of the nicer offerings on this thread I wonder if anyone has any ideas for a cheapie. I was looking at something for £100ish a month with an initial deposit of £3-400ish over a 2/3 year period.

    I'm thinking for that price a small city car. Not needed for a commute as I ride a scooter to work but occasional motorway usage, mainly to be used for going to the shops . Only two of us, occasionally a few more more for local jaunts out so something with 5 doors would be nice.

    Ideally with Bluetooth, electric windows, air con and central locking. Sat nav and parking sensors would be good but unlikely on a car of this size/price.

    I like the look of the new(ish) Hyundai I10 but it's coming in a little more than my £100 (ish) limit, any ideas? Thanks in advance....

    Nissan micra 85 pcm, on FB

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    If anyone sees any cheap SUV deals please give me a heads up - missus is looking to change her car and the number of models and choice is driving me nuts!!!

    Not bothered on manufacturer just cheap monthly cost and something that looks modern!

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    Hyundai Tuscon tends to be great value.

    Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDi 116 Blue Drive SE Nav


    10k miles takes it up to £192 per month personal lease.

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    Any decent deals on a 911? Also an Audi Q7 for the missus as she's taking her driving test on the 9th May and will be able to drive after then to take our son to nursery

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    A Q7 for a new driver, what could go wrong...

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Ally- View Post
    A Q7 for a new driver, what could go wrong...
    She's driven for 10 years+ in her home country.

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    Ryan Q7s are massive, really massive. My brother owns a bodyshop and hates to see them coming in as they barely fit in his spray booth.

    They're really nicely proportioned which hides their true size I think.

    That said, I really like them.

    A mate has an SQ5, you should have a look at those for the Mrs. 300+bhp, and really different from a standard Q5

    Ryan

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanb741 View Post
    Any decent deals on a 911? Also an Audi Q7 for the missus as she's taking her driving test on the 9th May and will be able to drive after then to take our son to nursery

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    You will never see any kind of lease deal for a 911 Ryan as that is not the market Porsche are in......as a result there are far better ways to fund that type of purchase. There are no deep cut Q7 deals at all currently as most Audi dealer groups have met their quota's and are quoting long lead times for factory orders.

    The VW Touareg (which is of course based on the prior Q7 platform) can be had for some really cracking deals - and the new VW Tiguan is well worth a look if you don't "need" 7 seats that is....

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    Gareth could you PM me the best Touareg and Tiguan deals on say 10k miles a year?

    Is it always on new or can there be cheaper secondhand deals? It's for the wife...so as cheap as poss is preferred 😂!!!

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    Any particularly good deals on Fiat 500 guys?
    Petrol, manual, white pearlescent paint, iPhone integration.
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    Hi all

    Which sites should I register with to get early notifications of good deals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaOmega View Post
    Hi all

    Which sites should I register with to get early notifications of good deals?
    I would be interested to know this too. I'm new to leasing and struggling to find any good deals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dashfield View Post
    I would be interested to know this too. I'm new to leasing and struggling to find any good deals.
    http://www.contracthireandleasing.com is a good start

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    What van?

    *WRONG THREAD ****

    I currently have a RR Sport ad while its lovely - it drinks fuel and is probably overkill for what I need as I dont do many miles 10 to work each day and tend to use it with the seats down to walk the dog or use it to house muddy kit and balls (I coach kids football) and I also do a lot off fishing so ultimately I need the boot space and Im thinking of moving to a van - As it wont need much upkeep and will probably be better long term and offer decent residuals.

    I do like the caddy but if any owners have any feedback Im keen to hear your thoughts Im considering the LWB version but any usersd feedback on engine size, model, performance etc.....

    Thanks

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    Dependant on your mileage Robert, look at the Nissan e-NV200 electric van. The 24kwhr model currently has a range of about 80 miles but the 40kwhr version available early next year will almost double that.

    And there's plenty of places to charge whilst you're out and about too if necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave+63 View Post
    Dependant on your mileage Robert, look at the Nissan e-NV200 electric van. The 24kwhr model currently has a range of about 80 miles but the 40kwhr version available early next year will almost double that.

    And there's plenty of places to charge whilst you're out and about too if necessary.
    no more than 8000 a year ill take a look but im pretty set on the caddy (VW FANBOY)

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    Mangolesti have some great deals on the Abarth 124 Spider at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by will852 View Post
    Mangolesti have some great deals on the Abarth 124 Spider at the moment.
    Isn't that just a re-badged MX-5 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggie747 View Post
    Isn't that just a re-badged MX-5 ?
    Same car but uglier.

    What was the deal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by demonloop View Post
    Ryan Q7s are massive, really massive. My brother owns a bodyshop and hates to see them coming in as they barely fit in his spray booth.

    They're really nicely proportioned which hides their true size I think.

    That said, I really like them.

    A mate has an SQ5, you should have a look at those for the Mrs. 300+bhp, and really different from a standard Q5

    Ryan
    Mate of mine has a Q7 and his biggest grumble is the sheer size of them makes them a pig to park in the tiny parking spaces so prevalent in the UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Ally- View Post
    Same car but uglier.

    What was the deal?
    I prefer the 124 spider!

    I'd go with the basic rather than Abarth though.
    Having said that, one of the wisest things to come out of MLB's mouth on Top Gear was to spend your money on the original 124 spider rather than the new one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggie747 View Post
    Isn't that just a re-badged MX-5 ?
    https://www.pistonheads.com/features...mx-5-2-0/36899

    Abarth has 1.4 Turbo, MX5 has normally aspirated engines, comparison of the two "top power" options link above.

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    I test drove the 2.0 Sport Nav latest model and thought it was great. And good looking too.

    Oh oh, did I just admit that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KavKav View Post
    Mate of mine has a Q7 and his biggest grumble is the sheer size of them makes them a pig to park in the tiny parking spaces so prevalent in the UK.
    Ach away with ye! 😜😜

    The wifeís had one for nearly 7 years now and drives it everywhere and reverse parks it in the supermarket car park spaces that itíll fit in without hindering anyone else. Never too big.

    Itís just a motor car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KavKav View Post
    Mate of mine has a Q7 and his biggest grumble is the sheer size of them makes them a pig to park in the tiny parking spaces so prevalent in the UK.
    Iíve had one of the new Q7ís for 18 months and itís very big, comfortable, itís cuckable, quick and is fine to park. I would struggle to go smaller now.

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    I have looked at these lease car deals a few times but am always fearful that they are designed to rip you off at the end of the contract with all sorts of made up excessive charges because the car is not in perfect condition.

    What is peoples experience in practice ?
    If you have a 2 year lease do the suppliers assess the car allowing a reasonable amount of fair wear and tear ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadgerUK View Post
    I have looked at these lease car deals a few times but am always fearful that they are designed to rip you off at the end of the contract with all sorts of made up excessive because the car is not in perfect condition.

    What is peoples experience in practice ?
    If you have a 2 year lease do the suppliers assess the car allowing a reasonable amount of fair wear and tear ?
    Choose a lease company who are signed up to Bvrla, and thereís detailed guidance of what is allowable damage and what is not, or if you prefer, what you have to pay for and what you donít. Itís detail enough to say how many dents/scratches/scuffs are allowed, and exactly what size and depth is allowed.


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    Great thread. Will keep an eye out for future deals.
    Currently own a a class 200d and in two minds weather to hold for another year (4year Mark) or sell and go don the leasing road.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post
    Iíve had one of the new Q7ís for 18 months and itís very big, comfortable, itís cuckable, quick and is fine to park. I would struggle to go smaller now.

    Pitch
    Why would you wanna cuk your Q7 Pitch 😜😜😜

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