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Personal contract hire deal Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 140 Zetec S 3dr £149.99 p/m £3,749.76 @ WFS

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Looking for one of these for the missus and this didn't seem like a bad deal as the upfront is low. Total cost Inc processing fee £3749.76 Personal contract hire £149.99 incl VAT rental per
alexbutterell Avatar3m, 29m agoFound 3 months, 29 minutes ago45 Comments
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I just found it on the same deal. Have copied the main info ..
Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line 3dr
£149.99 incl VAT monthly rentals
£149.99 incl VAT initial rental
Personal contract hire
Contract term : 24 months
Rental profile : 1 + 23
Annual mileage : 8000
Production status : Current model
CO2 band : B (101-110 g/km)


Edited By: KellyDawson on Sep 06, 2016 14:41
leechuter
Isn't this the old model? Has the ST-Line replaced it or is that a totally different spec?

I think the ST Line has replaced it, I've found one here, seems like a better deal?
http://www.fleetprices.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/ford/fiesta-hatchback/fiesta-hatchback-10-ecoboost-140-st-line-3dr-104442897
Isn't this the old model? Has the ST-Line replaced it or is that a totally different spec?
dh33r4j
I am new to the country. Could you tell me how this works? What is the difference between this and buying a car in terms of costs?
I assume the driver covers the cost of service and repair in both cases, yeah?
How much does it cost on insurance for a new driver of 30 years of age?
With all honesty, I don't think I would be able to afford a car. Just would like to know the costs so I can aspire to get one some day.

If you are after a new car and it is likely to depreciate more in the period you have it than a lease would cost, then lease. If you need finance and the monthlies are more than leasing, then lease.

Insurance depends a lot on factors other than the car - how long you've had your license, how old you are, where you live, your occupation etc. I can tell you that a newly qualified 30 year old driver will be paying considerably less than a newly qualified 17/18 year old driver if their address and occupation are the same.
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Given that a new car loses 50% of it's value the moment it leaves the forecourt, if you want to have a new car leasing is generally the most sensible option.
I've had my Fiesta 1lt Ecoboost for just over a year now, absolutely stonking engine and fantastic automatic gearbox. I've done 11K miles in it including some very long journeys. Comfortable, plenty of power and acceleration for dual carriageway and motorways and handling on winding Cornish roads was top notch. Not much legroom for passengers in the back and only just enough boot space for 4 people going away on a long weekend.
Utter nonsense - The average new car does not lose 50% the moment it leaves the forecourt, most lose 50% between 2 and 3 years old. I can't think of a single new car that loses 50% of its value the moment you drive it off the forecourt (20% is more like it, the amount of margin that a dealer would require to sell it again for a little under what you paid for it if you returned it almost straight away).
This Ford will fetch around half of RRP on trade-in at 2 years old, some German cars fetch as much as 60% of RRP on trade-in at 3 years old.
Well you can pay full RRP for a pre-registered car at a dealership, but no sane person would.

Depends on what it is - Focus RS with a 1 year waiting list? Anything else that would take at least 6 months to acquire from a factory order? Some would, just to jump the queue, some might to get favourable finance rates. Don't underestimate the mugs that will pay full bat for a car.

Either way - I still can't think of a single car that loses 50% from new as soon as you drive off in it.
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BMW 3 Series Diesel Saloon 335d xDrive M Sport 4dr Step Auto £2,812.23 @ WessexFleet

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First post so take it easy guys! £312.47 incl VAT rental per month £2812.23 incl VAT initial rental Contract term : 24 months Rental profile : 9 + 23 Annual mileage : 8000 Processing fee : £15…
umarzubair Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago11 Comments
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Voted Cold because Op is trying to trick voters with a misleading price shown. It's not £2,812, it's over £10,000!!!
HaraldBB
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​That's Audis your thinking of, they have absolutely taken this crown in recent years!
HaraldBB
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Is it OK to lease though so you aren't an owner and therefore a hole?
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Lol
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BMW 335d xDrive M Sport Saloon - 2 year lease deal (Term £9,200.00) @ Wessex Fleet Solutions

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Not a deal for everyone, admittedly, but I reckon this deal would take some beating if you're in the market for a performance saloon. 0-60 in 4.6 secs...everything else is irrelevant :) but just…
p5x Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago73 Comments
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Not a deal for everyone, admittedly, but I reckon this deal would take some beating if you're in the market for a performance saloon.
0-60 in 4.6 secs...everything else is irrelevant :)
but just in case you're interested:
2 year lease
8000 miles per annum
maintenence not included
2544 initial rental followed by 23 monthly payments of £282.72 = 9046
£150 admin fee
You don't need convincing, leasing is only for those that want a new car regularly with reasonably fixed costs. if you like to hold onto your cars long term, you'd be better off purchasing it outright, probably second hand.

Just like with a mobile phone, some people like getting a new phone every year whilst others are happy to stick with the same one for a few years...
I'm one of those guy's struggling to understand the concept of leasing a car.
Ill rather pay cash outright and keep it for a long time to come.

I dont fancy changing car every year

Someone please convince me.

Thanks

Edited By: miclade on Aug 04, 2015 12:23
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