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zeyshaan Avatar
2y, 5m agoPosted 2 years, 5 months ago
Can anyone suggest a hot lease deal?

I'm looking for a frugal hatchback or crossbreed, that isn't absolute basic nor fully loaded (I do regular driving mixed with local and motorway).

Many thanks!
zeyshaan Avatar
2y, 5m agoPosted 2 years, 5 months ago
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#1
A budget would be necessary, are you looking for a PCP, HP etc or no preference, what sort of deposit do you want to offer up. A bit of an idea what you are looking for helps, what have you been looking at so far, what do you consider fully loaded and basic as peoples idea of each may be very different.

Far to little information to make any useful suggestions because if you want to offer no deposit gives massively different options to if you have a large deposit. Similarly spec ranges are so broad it's hard to offer suggestions without more information. I suspect this is why you've had no suggestions for 3 hours and will be unlikely to get any until you can offer a bit more of an insight into what you have in mind so far.
#2
Try the Skoda citygo a car wide choice of spec with low cost finance from VW finance
#3
Thanks for the replies!!

I've narrowed it to 3 cars, I'm not looking at buying a car rather leasing it and moving onto something else after the leases duration.

1. Honda Civic: http://m.lingscars.com/car?car=1995451&from=list

It's the base model, with very little barring the basics with an excellent engine.

2. Volvo V40 D2: http://m.lingscars.com/car?car=1988422&from=list

Base model, but Volvos are known I be better equipped even at the basic level. Excellent engine again, but uninspiring looks apparently.

3. Nissan Qashqai: http://m.lingscars.com/car?car=2027236&from=list

It's the second highest spec and quite a looker. Not as frugal as the others, but it's got excellent reviews and I hear you get quite a bang for your buck with them.

Can you please choose between these 3? I'm so indecisive lol.
#4
Thanks for the replies!!

I've narrowed it to 3 cars, I'm not looking at buying a car rather leasing it and moving onto something else after the leases duration.

1. Honda Civic: http://m.lingscars.com/car?car=1995451&from=list

It's the base model, with very little barring the basics with an excellent engine.

2. Volvo V40 D2: http://m.lingscars.com/car?car=1988422&from=list

Base model, but Volvos are known I be better equipped even at the basic level. Excellent engine again, but uninspiring looks apparently.

3. Nissan Qashqai: http://m.lingscars.com/car?car=2027236&from=list

It's the second highest spec and quite a looker. Not as frugal as the others, but it's got excellent reviews and I hear you get quite a bang for your buck with them.

Can you please choose between these 3? I'm so indecisive lol.
#5
They're all in the region of what I am most willing to pay a month, which of these stands out as the best bargain?

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