Not missed anything. Golf is far superior in every sense and doesn’t suffer the same risk of injury to rear seat passengers that caused the MG to only score 3 stars in EuroNCAP crash testing.Have a MG ZS test drive tomorrow, but have been quoted a this price on the eGolf
£1,686 down, and 35 payments of £281 on 15k miles pa. A total of £11,521 over the 36 mth term
Fuel on my current ICE for 45k miles would be circa £9k, less 45k of electric at 3ppm = £1,350, so £3,871 or £108 per month for cost of rental of the eGolf.
Depreciation on any car is going be more than that!
For comparison the same term on a Nissan Leaf N Connecta 40kWh = is
£2,478 down, and 35 payments of £413 on 15k miles pa. A total of £16,933 over the 36 mth term.
so using the same fuel costs that come out to £9,283 as the cost of rental.
Comparing the Leaf to MG ZS, owning seems to make sense, but the eGolf seems very cheap.
Hmmmm. Have I missed something???
Think they’re trying to shift the Golf with so many waiting for the ID3 instead.
Some lease firms have them in stock ready to go. Not sure of colours.
Think the cheapest I saw on leasing.com at 5k miles a year was a 24 month lease with about £1,700 initial payment and £180 a month.