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Car lease help! 2 year deals

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I'm currently looking for a maximum 2 year car lease (open to PCH) but I'm guessing a lease would be better over 2 years? I want to pay no more than £200 if I can help it. I have around £1000 for a de… Read More
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1w, 3d agoPosted 1 week, 3 days ago
I'm currently looking for a maximum 2 year car lease (open to PCH) but I'm guessing a lease would be better over 2 years? I want to pay no more than £200 if I can help it. I have around £1000 for a deposit. Looking for at least 10,000 miles PA 12/15 would be more ideal. Car needs to be at least a hatchback. I'm I living in dreamland?
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1w, 3d agoPosted 1 week, 3 days ago
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#1
You can search around on ordinary leasing sites such as http://www.hippoleasing.co.uk or just search cheap car leasing you may find a deal that strikes out to you, good luck
#2
http://www.yes-lease.co.uk/personal-lease-cars

Have a look on there under special offers
#4
Do you have any cars in mind? Always best to have a look a few different models and check reviews etc.. then when a good deal comes along make sure you are ready to go!

Usually you can get good deals on Astra/Focus/Fiesta and mainly VW group cars on lease.
Not all manufacturers offer good deals - so just look for the best spec you can find in your budget.

I recently looked at Seat Leons as they are excellent value for money - given the size of the car and build quality.
They also have a good range of Petrol engines.
Make sure you don't put too much down as the initial payment - best going for something like a 3+23 deal (3 months down payment on delivery)

Also look at Whatcar as you can deal directly with the main dealers and save yourself the £200-300 admin fee that the online brokers use:
https://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/

Something like this would be decent:
https://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/deals/seat/leon/hatchback-1.4-tsi-125-fr-technology-5dr/personal/1495391/?price_id=16252755

£200 per month and £600 first payment for 10K miles.

Also follow the big thread on pistonheads. It can seem overwhelming but a lot of good deals get posted on there:
https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&f=255&t=1663457&i=2980
#5
This is also another good site to compare prices (usually one of the cheapest):
https://www.centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/special_offers/page/16
#6
faisal_uk
Do you have any cars in mind? Always best to have a look a few different models and check reviews etc.. then when a good deal comes along make sure you are ready to go!

Usually you can get good deals on Astra/Focus/Fiesta and mainly VW group cars on lease.
Not all manufacturers offer good deals - so just look for the best spec you can find in your budget.

I recently looked at Seat Leons as they are excellent value for money - given the size of the car and build quality.
They also have a good range of Petrol engines.
Make sure you don't put too much down as the initial payment - best going for something like a 3+23 deal (3 months down payment on delivery)

Also look at Whatcar as you can deal directly with the main dealers and save yourself the £200-300 admin fee that the online brokers use:
https://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/

Something like this would be decent:
https://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/deals/seat/leon/hatchback-1.4-tsi-125-fr-technology-5dr/personal/1495391/?price_id=16252755

£200 per month and £600 first payment for 10K miles.

Also follow the big thread on pistonheads. It can seem overwhelming but a lot of good deals get posted on there:
https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&f=255&t=1663457&i=2980


Cheers for you help :)
#7
Cheers guys. I had a company car last year which was a Auris I quite liked it, so wouldn't mind one of them :)

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