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5 hours ago, dj219957 said:

Looking at cheap lease deals to replace the R

Post your best sub 250pm lease deals here:

Best I can find atm 

 

 

 

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Its a good deal but without a link to the page or company name, it doesnt really help anyone! 😉

 

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Remember it's not about the quoted monthly costs, it's about amortised monthly costs.

 

https://www.fleetprices.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/seat/leon-hatchback/leon-hatch-20-tsi-290-cupra-290-5dr-dsg-start-stop-504201260

 

to keep things even, stick to 10k miles and 3 months initial.

 

the odd calculator also comes in handy.

 

https://leasebeast.co.uk/calculator/

 

I prefer putting the absolute minimal down up front.

 

also remember GAP for lease cars is really recommended.

 

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On 25/08/2019 at 08:15, Gavras said:

Remember it's not about the quoted monthly costs, it's about amortised monthly costs.

 

https://www.fleetprices.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/seat/leon-hatchback/leon-hatch-20-tsi-290-cupra-290-5dr-dsg-start-stop-504201260

 

to keep things even, stick to 10k miles and 3 months initial.

 

the odd calculator also comes in handy.

 

https://leasebeast.co.uk/calculator/

 

I prefer putting the absolute minimal down up front.

 

also remember GAP for lease cars is really recommended.

 

Exactly!

 

Some people get to hung up on the "monthly cost" as advertised, without looking at the upfront.

 

If you get 24 month deal at 200 a month with 2400 down upfront, thats really 300 per month. As you put 2400 up front.

 

When looking for a new lease, I now also look for the smallest upfront possible. Ideally 1+23, up to 3+35

But anything with 12+ upfront... no thanks...

 

Another thing to look out for, which is sometimes hidden, is the excess mileage. Always good to know you can do another couple thousand miles without getting a big sting at the end.

 

I tend to think anything sub 9p per mile is fine. Lower the better ofc.

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Yes depends on what you want monthly wise though. I put £3k on my R for this very reason. You also pay slightly less in interest over the term.

 

When we leased out first golf (gtd) it was cheaper to do the minimum 5k a year miles, if you selected a higher mileage the monthly went up disproportionately. So we just put some aside each month to cover it.

 

However that money wasn’t needed as when we extended it for the third year we added 10k miles..... the monthly went down from £150 to £145 strangely. 

 

Did the same with her GTI, but when we added the 10k miles the monthly went from £107 to £139. Still cheap as chips though. 

 

Hoping for another silly cheap deal to replace her gti  soon as the 4th year they want £417 a month 🤣

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