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citroen c1 1.0 VTI amazing £23.99 per month and upfront £1727.86 at Car4leasing (£2,185.69)

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Car lease, for an Amazing £24 per month after the initial payment of £1728 and £50 fee from the company. let the lease company take the hit with this bargain, also this company DONT take any money
emma1487 Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago16 Comments
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Is there VAT or something else missing from the info for this deal? (23 x 23.99 = £551.77 + £1727.86 + £50 fee = £2329.63 or £97.06 pm).
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it IS a deal! it just wasn't for you
If you've got the best part of £1800 cash upfront I doubt you'd be driving this rollerskate...


maybe a roller skate in bandwagon tunnel eyed vision but it can be parked easily in a small space :-P
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it IS a deal! it just wasn't for you
If you've got the best part of £1800 cash upfront I doubt you'd be driving this rollerskate...
It's not a bargain. You can get quotes for the 1.2 5dr Feel for an average of £105 per month (8k miles, 24m) with Charters Citreon. People need to do their research before just throwing random stuff on here regarding leases.
I think you're getting treated harshly. have some heat...bargain!
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Citroen C1 Lease £25 per month + vat at Car4Leasing.co.uk £30.00

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Found this car lease deal for a new Citroen C1 which is only £30 a month including VAT (£25 + vat). It's the Feel model which has air con and bluetooth. I was looking to buy a second hand car for my s…
donniedarko1 Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago25 Comments
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Exel1966 plus its a lease deal which seems to be frowned upon on here...appears most people on here can afford to buy new bmws for cash or post how you can buy a second hand one for the same money...check the other countless lease deals on here which get shot down with silly comments like 'its a french car...' its not its just not...i do realise they are probably just trolls or just ignorant to the facts of the car market today.

The skoda ones are funny, seen posts with 'why would you drive or even lease a skoda?' pointless comments which should be banned - if anyone knows anything about the car market today you would know the golf, a3, ocatavia, leon are built on the same base

From experience my wife owned the previous shape c1 and the only problem with it was the paint was wafer thin..apart from that a great little car for the money which she did around 40k miles in only to replace tyres and service which was cheap also. She also owned the previous shape which she did over 70k miles in, again only servicing and tyres and an exhaust were changed and always did 60-65 mpg.
Think the OP now realises that if you post a deal with absolute minimal detail inferring the cost is far cheaper than it actually is then your deal will be voted very cold ;-)
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A french car!! No thank you
But this one isn't really a French car is it
Correct.... it's a Toyota.
No it's a Peucitota, some bits are to French quality standards some to Japanese. From experience the French bits fall apart, the Jap ones don't.
Anyone who says it is a Toyota, is either trying to sell you one or is gullible enough to have believed someone who sells them.
They are all screwed together in the Czech Republic. So really makes no odds which one you buy. We went for a cash deal on the 108 as we got 2K off list from Peugeot dealer, Citroen and Toyota were not interested!
These headlining monthly costs are a joke.

How about "£2 per month*"

* plus £1837 initial deposit + VAT + arrangement fee.

£127 a month doesn't quite have the same ring to it.


Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on Apr 09, 2015 09:16
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A french car!! No thank you
But this one isn't really a French car is it
Correct.... it's a Toyota.
No it's a Peucitota, some bits are to French quality standards some to Japanese. From experience the French bits fall apart, the Jap ones don't.

Anyone who says it is a Toyota, is either trying to sell you one or is gullible enough to have believed someone who sells them.
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Citroen C1 1.0 VTi Touch 3dr - 18 month lease £26.70/month after initial payment of £1728.15 - £2,241.92 at car4leasing

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Cheapest Car Lease around at the moment, in terms of monthly payments. Initial Payment of £1728.02 for personal lease + 17 monthly payments of £22.25 + admin fee of £60. Total for the 18 month l…
parsien Avatar2y, 3w agoFound 2 years, 3 weeks ago275 Comments
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What does happen after 18 months, regarding next leas car? Do u lose the deposit ? Am seriously thinking of taking up this deal but not if have t find anther deposit in 18 months!

Lol. Think about what youre asking, you really believe you can have a brand new car for 18 months at a cost of £468? No, you dont get the 'deposit' back.
What does happen after 18 months, regarding next leas car? Do u lose the deposit ? Am seriously thinking of taking up this deal but not if have t find anther deposit in 18 months!
This works out at £125 a month, plus its for the flair model, and is 2 years so you dont have cancel insurance and pay a fee. Plus only £600 upfront then £100 a month.

http://www.gateway2lease.com/z_citroen_c1_c1flairvti5dr-newshape_15537_leasing.php#.VGe6P7sqWW8

Ignore their pic, it aint the airscape.

Its also in stock.

Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Nov 15, 2014 20:50
Does one get whacked with a huge repair and cosmetic re-tart up bill at the end of lease?
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Have had a right lol at some of the comments on here, some clearly clueless folk about....

Those who chose to buy new outright, you think your car doesn't depreciate? That is the biggest cost of new car ownership.

Folk who think running a 2nd hand car costs thousands in repair costs? Not if you buy right it doesn't - 35,000 miles over 2 years in a used Honda CR-V Executive has cost me £70 for 2 rear brake callipers, £25 for a new battery (wasn't essential but was weakening) and £9 for a anti rollbar link. All fitted by myself so no labour charges. Depreciation currently is about £500 over those 2 years with the added mileage - this is about as cheap as you could possibly run a car but I know what I'm doing having been involved in the motor trade for 25 years.

If you want a new car then this is a good deal, you would struggle to buy this model and it not cost you more over 18 months any other way even by paying cash outright - 20% of what you just paid has gone in VAT remember! Now whether you want to drive a C1 is another matter.

25 years in the trade and you think depreciation is directly connected to VAT.

Valeter were we?
The biggest impact from a depreciation standpoint to a retail customer is the VAT. Drive it off the forecourt and you just wrote off at least that much. Lots of other factors play into it, but that one is certainly a significant factor.

VAT has nothing to do with it. It's the newness factor and desirability that effects the price immediately.

Buy the right car and you can make money as you drive off the forecourt. That the i8 as an extreme example, if you were lucky enough to be on the waiting list two years ago, you would have a £100k motor that is selling second hand for upto £140k.

There is no magic figure that per-determines the exact percentage that all cars will depreciate by. The 20% VAT suggestion is purely an old wives tale.

But seriously, ALL new vehicles will DEFINATELY lose the Vat portion of the price paid at the forecourt, there is no getting away from that.
What percentage of the general public has £100k to spend on a vehicle anyway, let alone to try to predict whether or not your new £100k purchase will be worth more, (or less) by the time you actually take ownership of it..

Seriously, they won't. I've tried to explain it to you but I'm not getting anywhere.

Lets try it another way. Commercial vehicles that are VAT exempt, do they depreciate? Yes of course they do, if you sold it back to the dealer the next day you would get less money, the dealer would want to make their profit margin and have to reduce it lower than the brand new ones on the lot to make it appealing.

Hmm.. im not getting through. let me put it another way.

For the most part the general public do not buy trade vehicles to run their kids around in, go to the beach o on holiday or even go to Asda, they buy or lease cars so therefore if they buy new the %20 they pay in vat will be deducted from the value of the vehicle immediately upon ownership. there is no getting away from that at all .. not legally anyhow

Yes you pay VAT when buying a car, no it's not related to depreciation.

This is growing tiresome, so I'm off to bed.

Here's something to leave you with, you pay VAT on used cars too. ;)
Hahahahhahahaha! You're an idiot fella! The customer doesn't pay VAT on on a used car, the dealer pays it on the deal hence the term write down! I doesn't affect the customer but it affects the dealer once the final vehicle its the chain and write down is the way of saving VAT for the dealer not the customer. Also Vans are sold +VAT because most of the buyers are VAT registered and can claim it back subject to how the van will be used, just like the VAT on a car purchase/lease can be done too. Stick to making coffee for the customers sonny.......

There's two ways dealers can sort out the VAT on used cars, on the total price (rare) or the margin. Either way a share of your money that you give the dealer is going to the taxman as VAT.

Could you please educate yourself a little rather than listening to the guy in the pub, it's getting tedious.

There's only two of you that doesn't get the depreciation and VAT issue, everyone else understands.

The price a used car is offered at on the forecourt already has the vat element included. This, is as suggested earlier is usually far lower than the %20 of theTotal price paid by the comsumer.

Therefore a new car at say £8999 including vat will have a full %20 of vat

A used car at £8999 will not have a full %20 of vat passed onto the customer.
PS My information comes from having Spent 4 years selling cars at a main dealers.

There are many many ways for the dealer to reduce taxable element on a used car, Trust me!

If you sell that car a week after buying it to your neighbour for £8000. Have it lost £1000 because of the VAT or because it isn't new anymore?

For Both Reasons, but you still paid the vat @ %20 regardless

Of course you've paid VAT but it doesn't affect the amount the car depreciates.

As I mentioned days ago, if VAT was 300%, would that make all nearly new cars 75% cheaper?

im not trying to argue with you and I really don't know why you are going on about it tbh... the point I was making was the difference between the total price paid by the consumer on new as opposed to used, simple as that. Any used car purchased from a dealership will have the portion of vat included in the screen price, ie "the price you pay" I could make a point by saying that any used car purchased privately, from an individual will not have a vat element.

This is what you wrote earlier
But seriously, ALL new vehicles will DEFINATELY lose the Vat portion of the price paid at the forecourt, there is no getting away from that.
What percentage of the general public has £100k to spend on a vehicle anyway, let alone to try to predict whether or not your new £100k purchase will be worth more, (or less) by the time you actually take ownership of it..

Maybe it's because you came in halfway with brookysm earlier, he is convinced that new car depreciation is because of VAT.

I believe that it is down to supply and demand and any relation to 20% is purely coincidental and not VAT related.

To clear things up what do you believe happens?
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