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Lease a new Audi for personal or business drivers
Audi are considered one of the three premium German brands, with marquee models including the supermini A1, the versatile A3 and A4 models and the classy A5 & A6. The SUV Range from Q2, Q5 through the Q8 spans a wealth of options. Audi also produce the TT roadster & Convertible. Most models are also available as a S class vehicle, with top rated trim and performance. Audi also has an RS range of performance vehicle, with the top trim, being the vorsprung.
Audi Car Leasing No Deposit
If you are looking to for an Audi Car Lease with no Deposit you have come to the right place! Here at Ready2Lease, we are able to offer flexible payment options on all of our Audi Personal Lease and Audi Business Lease offers. When selecting the right Audi lease vehicle for you, you can choose how many rentals you wish to pay in advance, which is normally 1, 3, 6, 9 or 12. You can also elect to pay a fixed amount as your initial rental, if you wish to. You have to call us to choose this option.
So if your decision is that you dont want to pay a big deposit upfront on your Audi Lease, just select one rental in advance, all of your subsequent monthly payments after that will be equal, and you wont pay your first rental until the vehicle is ready for delivery.
Does it cost more if i pay no Deposit on my Audi Lease?
Generally speaking the answer is no. The way rental are calculated are the total cost of the lease, divided by the number of payments. For example a lease with a total cost of £2,400 for two years, would be £100 initial rental, followed by 23 monthly payments. Alternatively you could pay £822.84 as your initial rental, and then pay £68.57 per month for 23 months. The total at the end of both options is £2400 - You are just spreading the cost differently to suit your preference.
More about Audi Cars UK
Audi Cars UK is the UK branch of the German luxury car manufacturer Audi. The company offers a range of vehicles, including sedans, SUVs, coupes and convertibles. Their models include the Audi A1, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, Q2, Q3, Q5, Q7, Q8, TT and Audi E-tron Eletric.
Audi Cars UK has a network of dealerships across the UK where customers can have their Audi Lease car serviced and get technical support.
In recent years, Audi has put a strong focus on electric and hybrid vehicles, with their e-Tron range of electric SUVs gaining popularity in the UK market.
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Do Audi Lease cars come with maintenance?
Audi Lease Cars will all require a pre-determined level of maintenance. This is set out in the individual models service schedule, which can be found in your manufacturers handbook. On average most cars require a minor service every 10,000 miles or 12 months, whichever comes first. If you are a high mileage driver, you may need more than one service per year.
How much does maintenance cost when leasing an Audi?
That all comes down to 2 major factors.
1) How long is your lease? Shorter lease periods are less likely to require a major service, tyres, brake pads and other consumables are less likely to need replacing. Contract that span four years or more are also going to require an MOT in the fourth year, although these are typcially low cost if no repairs or MOT advisories are identified.
2) How much mileage is on your lease agreement? Similar to the contract length, the more mileage you cover the more services and consumables will be required and therefore the maintenance cost may be higher.
Is it cheaper to arrange my own maintenance on a lease agreement?
Maybe and maybe not. Services and consumables from main dealers can be expensive, especially on premium lease cars such as Audi. The simple way to figure out what is right for you is to request an optional cost for maintenance, then work backwards and see if you think you could arrange the same level of cover for less. In some cases we also provide a small discount on a lease if you opt to take maintenance, this is because some funders see extra security in customers opting for maintenance and therefore can adjust their pricing accordingly.
What is the difference between a minor Audi service and a major Audi service?
This is entirely vehicle specific across all makes and models. However a minor service is normally oils, fluids levels, lights and a safety inspection. A Major service may include the replacement of belts or chains, changing oils that are harder to access or have a longer life span.