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Ford Edge Diesel Estate 2.0 TDCi 180 Titanium 5dr IN STOCK £333.15 inc vat @ fleetprices.co.uk (Term = £14,957.40) £14,957.40

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Finance details: Contract term :36 months Rental profile :9 + 35 Annual mileage :10000 35 monthly rentals of:£333.15 Initial rental:£2998.35 Processing fee :£298.80 Car details: Engine size:…
KellyDawson Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago12 Comments
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What penîs is banned word on HUKD?!
michaelgell
my god i only pay 177 pound a month for my audi a4
Audi A4s are cheap. Unfortunately, most who drive them seem to think they're driving some kind of super rich man's **** extension.
my god i only pay 177 pound a month for my audi a4
I think it is a nice car and if you are after one its a pretty good deal - as the above state, if you can find a cheaper deal dont just say it and vote cold, post the link and vote cold !! I vote hot
leechuter
My god there are some real negative people out there, if the car isn't for you then look for one that is don't slate it just because you don't like it (or cant afford it) just because you don't like it doesn't make it a bad deal i don't like the Citroen C1 and would never own one but i see a cracking deal on one


​Even if anyone likes the car, it's a terrible deal!
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Honda Civic 1.6 I-DTECH SPORT 5 door (£3,383.41) @ fleet prices £116.67

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Seems a cracking deal £700 down then 23@ £116.67 (£3383.41) OK only 8k miles a year but even if you go over probably no more than 6p a mile. 2 year personal contract.@ Fleet prices
tourneyman Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago43 Comments
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I've got this car, for what it does it brilliant
Idris
Taz1529
Honda - what you playing at? In current guise, the Civic doesn't look at all dated. In-fact, it looks better than many of its' rivals.
Milk it for a few more years!

No one buys them as everyone wants a second rate German turd and its aslo reached the end of its 5 year life cycle. The new Civic is going to be the business though, Honda back to its true best.


Maybe. Honda haven't made a good car since the early 90s. They are bland garbage.
martinjayandben
I was referring to the comment left by Dalecool 92


​quote it then so ppl know what your on about :)
martinjayandben
I can't believe anyone can get through 8000 miles in 2 months!

Yeah I also find this hard to believe. That's driving 133 miles/day, every day of the week - weekends included!!
Solid cars the Honda Civic
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Business contract hire BMW, 1 Series Hatchback M140i 5dr [Nav] Annual mileage : 10000 £216.54 + VAT monthly rental £1948.85 + VAT initial rental £8,315.13 for 24m @ Fleetprices

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Cracking price for a 335bhp motor Business contract hire BMW, 1 Series Hatchback M140i 5dr [Nav] £216.54 + VAT monthly rental £1948.85 + VAT initial rental Business contract hire BMW 1…
sutty Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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does make much sense to get a business contract on a 3L petrol. emissions wouldn't make it worth while. there are lot of hybirds that would make more sense from a tax point of view.
M_z
It's available as a personal lease too, think it's about 20% more expensive. :)
Ahhhh very interesting, out of interest......what's the current rate of V.A.T.?
It's available as a personal lease too, think it's about 20% more expensive. :)
stuellis
Business contract? Isn't this a consumer site?
Are consumers not allowed to be self employed?
Business contract? Isn't this a consumer site?
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Fiat 500 Hatchback 1.2 Pop 3dr £3,934.78 Contract term : 36 months Annual mileage : 5000 £3934.78 @ Fleetprices

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I have just leased a brand new Fiat 500 Pop 1.2 for only £84 per month with a deposit of £756 and an admin fee of £238.80 from fleet prices.co.uk. Check it out if you are in the market to purchase a s…
halba14 Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago10 Comments
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That is a FANTASTIC price , just spoke to Fleetprices .Ashley very nice man, explained there are lots of options and different mileage allowances and you can get it in lots of colours for not much more a month AND even better you can get maintenance including tyres on this deal for only £9.50 a month, Definitely a great deal .
This would be a great deal if 8k miles per annum. The missus pays £116/mth for 10k in a sport spec, deposit £500 and £150 fee. She had to wait a few months for it though.
Don't lease a car for someone's first car because statistically they have a knock.
I've given heat. £1,320 per year is pretty good. The mileage is a bit on the low side but assuming it is an 18 year-old's first car, they probably can't afford fuel for more than that.
I don't think that's a very good offer! 5000 miles pa? I hope you didn't go through with the lease. I leased a VW Polo GTI for £150 a month with a £1200 deposit & 10000 mile pa.
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skoda yeti auto 1.2 tsi personal lease deal. £130.00/m @ fleetprices

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Personal contract hire £130.03 incl VAT monthly rental £390.10 incl VAT initial rental Contract term 24 months Rental profile 3 + 23 Annual mileage 8000 Processing fee £240.00 F…
ciaptak Avatar3m, 20h agoFound 3 months, 20 hours ago118 Comments
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gem5094
original buid date quoted was 5 December (I leased via CHL Contracts). Chased them yesterday, and they got told by dealership that they order through that is now 2 Jan.
At least your getting yours before mine still, as is everyone else. I think what has happened for mine, is that the supplier dealer has given my original order to someone whose wanted to buy one outright rather then lease it. There's much more money in it for the dealer and salesman. Then they have placed a new order for my lease, hence a delivery date of 4 months from when I was told of the delay.
This shouldn't be allowed but what can I do about it other then cancel the order and lose the fees already paid?

Surely they are reneging on their side of the deal so the fees should be refundable. This is a material difference in what has been offered to you, prior to your ordering. If I were you, I would kick up a stink. Although you might be left with as long a wait for another new car. And this is a good price.
gem5094
original buid date quoted was 5 December (I leased via CHL Contracts). Chased them yesterday, and they got told by dealership that they order through that is now 2 Jan.

At least your getting yours before mine still, as is everyone else. I think what has happened for mine, is that the supplier dealer has given my original order to someone whose wanted to buy one outright rather then lease it. There's much more money in it for the dealer and salesman. Then they have placed a new order for my lease, hence a delivery date of 4 months from when I was told of the delay.

This shouldn't be allowed but what can I do about it other then cancel the order and lose the fees already paid?
Ordered mine direct with Skoda end of Sept, was told Mid December delivery, got a call today to says its Mid January as they will be running a special order through in December to meet demand as this vehicle is now no longer available to order in the uk
original buid date quoted was 5 December (I leased via CHL Contracts). Chased them yesterday, and they got told by dealership that they order through that is now 2 Jan.
gem5094
ordered Sept 9th, build date now 4 weeks later than planned early Dec. No doubt will be at least Feb before it turns up.

Early Dec is your original or new build date? Mine is Mid-February build date, ordered 2nd Sept.
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SEAT Ibiza Sport Coupe 1.2 TSI 110 FR Technology 3dr - 2 Years 10,000 miles per year - £3,765.29 @ Fleetprices

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A great deal for a brand new 16 plate Seat Ibiza FR with technology pack which includes built in sat nav Details Initial: £705.29 Monthly: 117.55 Processing fee £238.80 but will match with lea…
jk1906 Avatar8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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Hot as 10k p/a not the usual 5k so very good price. Also Fleetprices are good to deal with.
oddballjamie
groenleader
Hi!
Seat cannot get rid of these cars for love nor money. There was another thread the other day when a lady asked about various cars and I believe there were Ibiza's for much cheaper then this, though not sure what spec level.
There were also a lot of good advice on getting a deal on leases from myself and others.
See here Seat Ibiza Sport Coupe 1.2 TSI 110 FR Technology £113http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/looking-lease-a-small-medium-car-2406492?p=27500311
£113 a month plus £1,196.37 intial payment, totals £3795.37 for only 6,000 miles a year!
As for Ibiza sales, in 2015 SEAT as a whole had record sales since the recession and shifted over 150,000 Ibizas.
You really have no idea.

They lost market share though, even though you may say in raw figures they sold more cars then ever before, they failed keep pace with the market.

I said that nobody really wants a Ibiza, that does not mean people do not have them! The 5 series is not a car people want, the mid size SUV is the market for that money. However, as in the fleet I run there are hundreds of people across our European arms who have 5 series b/c they have no choice! Mass discounts and deals shift thousands of cars to large firms, not choice, just bottom end feeders for who ever charges the least.

I am not going to argue the in and outs, but you have to view the figures with right degree light to see what is actually happening.


Edited By: groenleader on Mar 08, 2016 20:55
groenleader
Hi!
Seat cannot get rid of these cars for love nor money. There was another thread the other day when a lady asked about various cars and I believe there were Ibiza's for much cheaper then this, though not sure what spec level.
There were also a lot of good advice on getting a deal on leases from myself and others.
See here Seat Ibiza Sport Coupe 1.2 TSI 110 FR Technology £113http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/looking-lease-a-small-medium-car-2406492?p=27500311

£113 a month plus £1,196.37 intial payment, totals £3795.37 for only 6,000 miles a year!

As for Ibiza sales, in 2015 SEAT as a whole had record sales since the recession and shifted over 150,000 Ibizas.

You really have no idea.
Hi!

Seat cannot get rid of these cars for love nor money. There was another thread the other day when a lady asked about various cars and I believe there were Ibiza's for much cheaper then this, though not sure what spec level.

There were also a lot of good advice on getting a deal on leases from myself and others.

See here Seat Ibiza Sport Coupe 1.2 TSI 110 FR Technology £113

http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/looking-lease-a-small-medium-car-2406492?p=27500311

Edited By: groenleader on Mar 08, 2016 18:14
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SEAT Ibiza Sport Tourer 1.2 TSI 110 FR 5dr £137.24 per month + £650 initial, total cost £7100.80 over 4 years

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Have seen lots of lease deals banding about for the Ford Ecosport and spent a long time looking at deals for myself, but found the Seat Ibiza ST far superior in comparison. So here is the best dea…
m0nkeymrs01 Avatar9m, 2d agoFound 9 months, 2 days ago7 Comments
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azeDmon
Nice.... But can someone help me with my first car. Looking for 1l car and I'm 21


​Hi. look at young driver offers. Ford Peugeot Citreon and more all have specific offers making new cars affordable for young new drivers.

or if you want lease check insurance groups and go looking for quotes that fit the models you can afford insurance on?
bargain imo will anything break in the 4th year 30k-40k miles hmm you'd be unlucky if it did. hot
sleuth
Is it a good idea to take out 4 years lease contract with 3 years manufacturer's warranty on the car? I would be worried that if car develops some serious fault in the last year (which might be likely with this downsized engine), you will have to cover the full cost of repair. You will also have to change the tyres and brake pads during the contract term apart from standard servicing.
I think that leasing a car is good for short period i.e. 2 years.

I do totally agree BUT I am in a situation whereby my car that I have had for 6 years is at the end of its life, I am not in a position to get a loan, and I dont have a lot of capital to pay out upfront... so Im looking for a decentish familyish sized car with low monthly payments and low outlay. Can you beat this deal? Four years is not ideal but similar cars on a shorter term carry a much higher monthly payment. Yes I will need to pay out for some maintenance but then I also would if I bought a car...and guess what I did buy a car for more than this 6 years ago and its cost me in excess of £3500 (so I would guestimate £11.5k) in repairs and now its worth zilch. So if in 4 years time I have paid out less and have nothing then I will still actually I will be better off than I have been?

I guess what I am saying is yes 4 years not ideal but as this is a 4 year deal is it a "hot deal" in comparison to other 4 year deals?
sleuth
Is it a good idea to take out 4 years lease contract with 3 years manufacturer's warranty on the car? I would be worried that if car develops some serious fault in the last year (which might be likely with this downsized engine), you will have to cover the full cost of repair. You will also have to change the tyres and brake pads during the contract term apart from standard servicing.
I think that leasing a car is good for short period i.e. 2 years.

I think you're absolutely spot on. Worth double-checking the details though, so manufacturers do offer longer warranties, but 3 years is pretty common. Plus you're paying to drive a four year old car, when you could be driving a brand new car twice in four years, if you get my drift.
Is it a good idea to take out 4 years lease contract with 3 years manufacturer's warranty on the car? I would be worried that if car develops some serious fault in the last year (which might be likely with this downsized engine), you will have to cover the full cost of repair. You will also have to change the tyres and brake pads during the contract term apart from standard servicing.
I think that leasing a car is good for short period i.e. 2 years.
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Lease Deal - Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.0 VTi Feel 5dr - £107pm 10K miles 24 months £2,563.00 @ Fleetprices

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Contract term : 24 months Rental profile : 9 + 23 Annual mileage : 10000 23 monthly rentals of: £76.90 Initial rental: £692.08 Processing fee : £178.80 Looks Ok to me....
redadmiral Avatar10m, 3d agoFound 10 months, 3 days ago116 Comments
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redadmiral posted this as a Lease Deal it is still there at the top of the page so all your arguments are defunct and irrelevant. Just because I have the time to follow the deal thread does not make me wrong and anybody that thinks it does needs to think again.
MisShel
soldierboy001
haz818
soldierboy001
MisShel
After enquiringly about this deal it turns out it's not actually a personal contract hire, they can only honour those prices for businesses. They provided a quote for a personal lease and it was substantially more and for 3 years not 2. Seems they are misrepresenting the deal.
They are not misrepresenting the deal it's you that does not understand the difference between lease hire and a personal lease plan.
I dont understand the difference either. Care to enlighten me?
As per the description on the link - "Personal Contract Hire, sometimes referred to as an Operating Lease, is a long term rental agreement. Contracts typically range from 12 to 60 months and are tailored to the personal user."
The header on this page definitely state Lease Deal which is for business people only that have a VAT account or have an arrangement with their employer as a company car, as xerocs posted earlier. PCP is where a private individual leases a car and pays VAT on the deal whereas on a lease deal the VAT can be reclaimed.
Unfortunately when you click on get the deal it directs you to a completely different deal to this, I had not previously clicked on that as I was not interested only the comments that go along with this sort of deal.
Maybe next time you try to make somebody feel stupid you'll click the actual link first and actually see what the deal is. You must have a lot of time on your hands to read 6 pages of comments on a deal you're not interested in

I'd ignore them. They have no idea what they're on about when it comes to leasing. The fact that he thinks a PCP is a lease deal is laughable, so if they're incorrect on that front then they're more thank likely incorrect on other points.

This deal has always been advertised as a personal contract hire, which in essence is a personal lease. The link has always been the same and it certainly doesn't take you to a different deal.

Fleet Prices have misadvertised this as a business contract hire.
soldierboy001
haz818
soldierboy001
MisShel
After enquiringly about this deal it turns out it's not actually a personal contract hire, they can only honour those prices for businesses. They provided a quote for a personal lease and it was substantially more and for 3 years not 2. Seems they are misrepresenting the deal.
They are not misrepresenting the deal it's you that does not understand the difference between lease hire and a personal lease plan.
I dont understand the difference either. Care to enlighten me?
As per the description on the link - "Personal Contract Hire, sometimes referred to as an Operating Lease, is a long term rental agreement. Contracts typically range from 12 to 60 months and are tailored to the personal user."
The header on this page definitely state Lease Deal which is for business people only that have a VAT account or have an arrangement with their employer as a company car, as xerocs posted earlier. PCP is where a private individual leases a car and pays VAT on the deal whereas on a lease deal the VAT can be reclaimed.
Unfortunately when you click on get the deal it directs you to a completely different deal to this, I had not previously clicked on that as I was not interested only the comments that go along with this sort of deal.


Maybe next time you try to make somebody feel stupid you'll click the actual link first and actually see what the deal is. You must have a lot of time on your hands to read 6 pages of comments on a deal you're not interested in

Edited By: MisShel on Feb 01, 2016 17:12
xeroc
karlie88
xeroc
Can anybody explain the (what I believe to be bizarre) qualification on this offer that has been communicated to me via e-mail? I was told, after making enquiries on this deal, that I would need to provide a letter from my employer explaining I receive a mileage allowance, a pay slip showing mileage allowance, or proof of self-employment/directorship. After asking why they needed such documents for a car obtained on a personal hire basis, I was told this was simply a requirement of the deal.


Sounds nonsense to me?
MisShel
After enquiringly about this deal it turns out it's not actually a personal contract hire, they can only honour those prices for businesses. They provided a quote for a personal lease and it was substantially more and for 3 years not 2. Seems they are misrepresenting the deal.
Not the first time FP have done this.
Waste of time and now they have your information to spam you with newsletters.
How irritating.
Fortunately, they don't have my details such: I gave a false telephone number and I operate a single-use e-mail address system. So... all they have is [email protected] - which I will now disable ;)

expired because of this.
haz818
soldierboy001
MisShel
After enquiringly about this deal it turns out it's not actually a personal contract hire, they can only honour those prices for businesses. They provided a quote for a personal lease and it was substantially more and for 3 years not 2. Seems they are misrepresenting the deal.
They are not misrepresenting the deal it's you that does not understand the difference between lease hire and a personal lease plan.
I dont understand the difference either. Care to enlighten me?
As per the description on the link - "Personal Contract Hire, sometimes referred to as an Operating Lease, is a long term rental agreement. Contracts typically range from 12 to 60 months and are tailored to the personal user."



The header on this page definitely state Lease Deal which is for business people only that have a VAT account or have an arrangement with their employer as a company car, as xerocs posted earlier. PCP is where a private individual leases a car and pays VAT on the deal whereas on a lease deal the VAT can be reclaimed.
Unfortunately when you click on get the deal it directs you to a completely different deal to this, I had not previously clicked on that as I was not interested only the comments that go along with this sort of deal.
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Audi A6 £1656 upfront and £276 per monthx47 months lease deal £14,628.00

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Good leasing deal on the Audi A6, great opportunity to treat yourself to a high end car for a few years. Average level 6 month deposit and reasonable monthly payments. If you don't care about diese…
adamc11 Avatar1y, 5d agoFound 1 year, 5 days ago9 Comments
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oddballjamie
Running a leased Audi out of warranty? No thanks, three years should be the limit.


​Exactly image paying a huge repair bill for someone else's car! then handing it back oO
No thanks, terrible deal.
terrible deal
14k for just 4 years?
no thank you. a 63 reg Audi costs that much and I get to keep it!
This is a lease deal. Please don't comment if you just don't like leasing.

Why not? This isn't a deal for 'leasing' it's a deal (or not) for a car lease. If someone thinks it's not a very good one (irrespective of not liking leasing) then all comments should be welcome. Personally I don't think it's a particularly good deal and also I don't particularly like leasing.


Edited By: topss on Nov 28, 2015 17:12: comment
Running a leased Audi out of warranty? No thanks, three years should be the limit.
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Volvo V40 Turbo Hatch T2 in Breakdown £160.29 48mths £8,976.20 @ fleetprices

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Volvo - for Fiesta money Personal contract hire £160.29 incl VAT monthly rentals Contract term : 48 months Rental profile : 9 + 47 Annual mileage : 10000 Production status : Current mode…
NorthantsPete Avatar1y, 3w agoFound 1 year, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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yeah I did wonder why they threw in the RAC cover - it will never need it ;)
Thought deal was for a broken down Volvo was expecting deal to be stone cold...:p
1442 initial deposit? you call that fiesta money?

subzero
I agree, it does seem underpowered. I had a 1.4 TSI VW which had similar performance specs but with better economy.
The price is alright though, I've heard good things about the V40 but I think it's incredibly ugly inside and out.
2ltr Turbo Petrol and only 122bhp? Seems a bit underpowered for that size engine.
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Seat Ibiza Sport Coupe 1.2 TSI FR 3dr - 2 year lease only £418.79 up front & £139.60/month (£3,629.59 + £240 admin fee) @ Fleet Prices

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Just on the look out for a little car for the wife and found this deal.. Personal contract hire Contract term : 24 months Rental profile : 3 + 23 Annual mileage : 10000 £418.79 up front. £13…
steridge Avatar1y, 3w agoFound 1 year, 3 weeks ago124 Comments
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£4k seems a lot to me when you can get a 2014 model for under £9k
SpytheBeast
I've called and it only comes in solid blue. They will also do 5 door for about the same price as this but with 6k miles. Has anyone seen the solid blue? Does it look crap?
http://listers.co.uk/img/cap/v/c/new/largest/20991/New-SEAT-Ibiza-Hatchback-5dr.jpg
The processing/admin fee is now £298 D:

Personal contract hire
SEAT Ibiza Sport Coupe 1.2 TSI 110 FR 3dr
Options: Mediterranean Blue.
24 Months, 10,000 miles per annum, 3 + 23 - £139.60 including VAT per month.
Processing fee £298.80 including VAT.


Edited By: kketbb on Nov 20, 2015 18:52
I've called and it only comes in solid blue. They will also do 5 door for about the same price as this but with 6k miles. Has anyone seen the solid blue? Does it look crap?
pavel76
genmaxiu
Sliwka
£3600? You can buy a nice car for this money these days which actually will be yours. Even after 2 years you can sell it for £3000. I can bet the insurance to srive a new sport car is expensive too.
Sliwka
WTF:)£3600 purchase price then £3000 after 2 years? Not sure how you can manage to get that much after 2years. In my opinion it would be rather £1800-£2000 max. My current car is the last used, will be moving to lease deals just for:
1. peace of mind
2.to bet depreciation
3.no unexpected costs (turbo chargers water pumps brake servos etc)
4.brand new car every 2-3 years
It`s simple math. Figures don`t add up on paper for someone but in real life used car is a piggy bank.
If everything so simple and looks great like you saying, why these lease companies even exist?... They are not charietes !
Ps. Who's gonna pay for any bumps or scratches on bodywork or expensive alloy wheels which might happen ?!... I would like a good night sleep every day not worrying about final bill:)

If you think that leasing companies are making money just on customers... . I dare to say that more than 50% of their profits are based on preferential purchase price and the volume of sale.

And with regards to scratches and bumps, please read this :
BVRLA guidance
and
Which tips

No one would expect you to return 2yrs old car without any blemishes, this is normal wear and tear thing.
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Renault Megane Diesel Hatchback 1.5 dCi Expression+ 5dr £129.10 incl VAT monthly rentals £3,873.02 @ FleetPrices.co.uk

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Came across this fab deal whilst looking to lease a cheap hatchback! Initial payment £774.62 Monthly payment £129.10 2 year contract
savetaj Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago44 Comments
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Doods1875
the_bart123
That £3873 is Renault will pay me for driving that piece of junk?!
If yes - then maybe I agree (because I'll have to spend some of those money for life insurance)
Eh?
Used google translate....
Is that £3873 what Renault will pay me for driving this car? If they will pay me, its a hot deal (I will get this and some life insurence).
Good ole google


Thank You ;)
Besford
savetaj
... The whole french stigma with cars is that they don't last....like the previous comment suggests, im only having it for two years. ... Fingers crossed, should be getting it in two weeks!
All cars 'last' (ie they don't rust to pieces) but there are some that you wouldn't want to live with too long. Good luck, you may get a good one but they are infamous for electrical issues in particular and you don't get a lease refund for every day it's in the garage with some disinterested tech trying to fix it. Just keep telling yourself how cheap it is when it's off the road again.

Had a 4 year old megane - internal lights and reversing lights came on whenever I went round a left hand bend (yeah... hilarious, I know!). Spent weeks in and out of different garages and no fix. Never again. I'm sure I was 'unlucky' but I was still really inconvenienced by it all...

Sure, it may well happen to my [insert other brand] or whatever I buy next but at least I won't be thinking to myself 'your last 3 french cars were crap, why did you buy another one?'. For me, its my own personal experience, of french cars (and vw's for that matter - different problems but same end result. Weeks in garage and problem unfixed), so no, NOT pub talk. I concede that for every car out there, there is someone who has had a bad experience with it but no one drops 4k on something they dont research properly first...

Edited By: thejinx6 on Nov 11, 2015 19:42: added stuff
brookysm
markfrst
brookysm
alan mcculloch
I cant see the problem with French cars.I drove a Renault 19 about 15 years ago {I used it as a taxi}.I now have a Citreon and it has been reliable for the last 3 years I intend to keep it for at least another year.If you are leasing you wont have much to do with the oily bits anyway.
The 19 went out of production nearly 20 years ago and was of an era when the French knew how to build a decent diesel engine.
The same cannot be said of today...
Obviously a man that knows nothing about cars.. and I bet most people moaning have never had a Renault - just heard of their friends one that broke down after not being serviced for 3 years.
I have the 2.0 M9R DCI engine in my 2007 Laguna daily producing 175bhp, at the time it was the most powerful 2.0d available anywhere (BMW had only 163bhp) (was also available in 150bhp) its just gone over 85k and not one thing on the engine has broken, the DPF is original and never causes issue(50 miles a day). VW fit a 2.0 Diesel to their cars that has only 138bhp(Passat/Scirocco etc) how is that good?
The smaller engine 1.5d is so bad that since 2012 Merc have used it in their A and B class.
(Plus the Renault wont rust unlike a lot of the others)
Calls me a man who clearly knows nothing about cars and then goes on to say that never had a problem with the DPF even tho he does 50 miles a day when you don't suffer DPF issues with mileage - its lack of that causes the issue.....
Oh and yeah, 1st thing any sane person would do after looking at BMW's is go buy a Renault instead because the engine kicks out a few more BHP...
There's more to power with engines, the low powered diesel from VW and Audi is for those who want cheap running with their company car as they are in the bottom tax band for emissions (tho that might soon change...) so pay the least they can for benefit in kind on their tax bill, if you want more power then the 2.0 is available upto 177bhp, want even more then they are well known for being chipped up over the 200's and even more with a few other mods.
Oh yeah, I forgot how bulletproof Mercedes's rep is these days after the accountants started running the show.
Think it is you sir who knows jack about cars!....

We were merely talking about the engines as you said Renault made bad ones, I'm not saying to choose a Renault over a BMW but the fact is the BMW/VW Diesels are no better( infact worse ) than French ones.There are countless issues with the smaller BMW diesels not just the DPF - manifolds, turbos. My 'rubbish' French ones are fine still. VW T5 vans seem to be the most unreliable van you can buy from what I've seen. The BMW 2.0 BMW diesels are more noisy than mine, the MPG is probably better on the BMW but the car cost a lot more to buy I suspect.
I'd rather buy a faster Renault than a pathetically slow VW ( and probably still be cheaper to buy ), a Rep isn't going to buy a Scirocco, I would take a Megane Renaultsport Coupe over a 138bhp Diesel VW anyday, most people who have any interest in cars would too.
markfrst
brookysm
alan mcculloch
I cant see the problem with French cars.I drove a Renault 19 about 15 years ago {I used it as a taxi}.I now have a Citreon and it has been reliable for the last 3 years I intend to keep it for at least another year.If you are leasing you wont have much to do with the oily bits anyway.
The 19 went out of production nearly 20 years ago and was of an era when the French knew how to build a decent diesel engine.
The same cannot be said of today...
Obviously a man that knows nothing about cars.. and I bet most people moaning have never had a Renault - just heard of their friends one that broke down after not being serviced for 3 years.
I have the 2.0 M9R DCI engine in my 2007 Laguna daily producing 175bhp, at the time it was the most powerful 2.0d available anywhere (BMW had only 163bhp) (was also available in 150bhp) its just gone over 85k and not one thing on the engine has broken, the DPF is original and never causes issue(50 miles a day). VW fit a 2.0 Diesel to their cars that has only 138bhp(Passat/Scirocco etc) how is that good?
The smaller engine 1.5d is so bad that since 2012 Merc have used it in their A and B class.
(Plus the Renault wont rust unlike a lot of the others)
Calls me a man who clearly knows nothing about cars and then goes on to say that never had a problem with the DPF even tho he does 50 miles a day when you don't suffer DPF issues with mileage - its lack of that causes the issue.....

Oh and yeah, 1st thing any sane person would do after looking at BMW's is go buy a Renault instead because the engine kicks out a few more BHP...

There's more to power with engines, the low powered diesel from VW and Audi is for those who want cheap running with their company car as they are in the bottom tax band for emissions (tho that might soon change...) so pay the least they can for benefit in kind on their tax bill, if you want more power then the 2.0 is available upto 177bhp, want even more then they are well known for being chipped up over the 200's and even more with a few other mods.

Oh yeah, I forgot how bulletproof Mercedes's rep is these days after the accountants started running the show.

Think it is you sir who knows jack about cars!....
brookysm
alan mcculloch
I cant see the problem with French cars.I drove a Renault 19 about 15 years ago {I used it as a taxi}.I now have a Citreon and it has been reliable for the last 3 years I intend to keep it for at least another year.If you are leasing you wont have much to do with the oily bits anyway.
The 19 went out of production nearly 20 years ago and was of an era when the French knew how to build a decent diesel engine.
The same cannot be said of today...

Obviously a man that knows nothing about cars.. and I bet most people moaning have never had a Renault - just heard of their friends one that broke down after not being serviced for 3 years.

I have the 2.0 M9R DCI engine in my 2007 Laguna daily producing 175bhp, at the time it was the most powerful 2.0d available anywhere (BMW had only 163bhp) (was also available in 150bhp) its just gone over 85k and not one thing on the engine has broken, the DPF is original and never causes issue(50 miles a day). VW fit a 2.0 Diesel to their cars that has only 138bhp(Passat/Scirocco etc) how is that good?

The smaller engine 1.5d is so bad that since 2012 Merc have used it in their A and B class.

(Plus the Renault wont rust unlike a lot of the others)
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BMW 3 Series Diesel Saloon 320d xDrive M Sport 4dr Step Auto £8,446.46 @ fleetprices

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Another lease deal.... BMW 3 Series Diesel Saloon 320d xDrive M Sport 4dr Step Auto Business Users Only 10,000 miles for £219.96+VAT monthly with £1979.65+VAT as the non refundable deposit.
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cerbeea
240/ plus 23x204 including VAT for a brand new E class at Central UK vehicle leasing.alternatively you could also find a 335d for not much more than your deal.

Thanks, I will take a look. (I wish all deals were listed on the fleet companies site were listed as total cost over the 2 years to allow easy comparisons).
240/ plus 23x204 including VAT for a brand new E class at Central UK vehicle leasing.alternatively you could also find a 335d for not much more than your deal.
Seems that others think this is a poor deal (-91 at the moment).

Anyone suggest an alternative?
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Nissan Micra Hatchback 1.2 Visia 5dr - £696.91 + 23 x £77.43 = £2,477.11 with 20000 Miles 2 years lease @ Fleet Price

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Nissan Micra Hatchback 1.2 Visia 5dr (Personal Contract Hire deal) Contract term: 24 months Payment profile: 9 + 23 Annual mileage: 10000 Cheapest 23 monthly payments of: £77.43 Initial…
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HondaLad
alfa111
jamsammy99
So am I right that you pay £2400 over 2 years and then just give the car back? No more payment?
That sums it up perfectly.

As long as you give it back in pristine condition or they'll have you over a barrel for the scuffs and dents. This is why leasing is always a bad idea for me and only seems to appeal to people trying to keep up with the Jones' without needing the money.

​A certain amount of wear & tear is allowed including small scratches & dings. You should do your research.

Yes, a small amount is allowed but a dent can't be more than 20mm and only 3 are allowed per panel etc. It only takes someone to open their car door into yours to give it a 3 inch crease.

The insurance is a good idea and keeping up with the jones' for some people is what reg is on it not the badge.

I used to run reps cars for a company which is how I know the pitfalls of leasing. I know reps don't look after their cars as much as a normal person would but still these companies are looking to make money out of you wherever they can and it's easy money.
Get bored of lease deals but this really is a very good one to be fair
great price heat added :)
HondaLad
alfa111
jamsammy99
So am I right that you pay £2400 over 2 years and then just give the car back? No more payment?
That sums it up perfectly.

As long as you give it back in pristine condition or they'll have you over a barrel for the scuffs and dents. This is why leasing is always a bad idea for me and only seems to appeal to people trying to keep up with the Jones' without needing the money.


​A certain amount of wear & tear is allowed including small scratches & dings. You should do your research.
adaily
lease always gets voted cold from me sorry!


​A voice from the uneducated I see.
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Fiat Panda 1.2 Easy 5dr - £474 deposit & £79 per month - 10,000 miles pa - 2 year lease £2,291.00 @ Fleet Prices

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Cheapest car lease deal ever on HUKD with 20,000 mileage allowance over the term! Equivalent to £95.46 per month. Not even 5k pa lease deals have been this cheap. 1st monthly installment - £474.…
karlie88 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago161 Comments
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Fiats positioning of the pedals is usually very uncomfortable
looking for a similar deal
expired
Good deal if your not worried about driving a panda.
karlie88

Cheapest car lease deal ever on HUKD with 20,000 mileage allowance over the term!
Equivalent to £95.46 per month. Not even 5k pa lease deals have been this cheap.
1st monthly installment - £474.
23 monthly payments of £79.
No admin fee.
Total payable over term £2291.
May get one for my nan or as a track day car for myself.
69bhp and top speed of 102mph (110mph if you slipstream).
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Audi S8 4.0TFSI Quattro - 512bhp - heated leather sports seats, sat nav, BOSE sound system, parking sensors/camera, 20 inch alloys, phone prep & more - 10,000 miles pa - £2880 deposit & £480 per month £13,933.00 @ Fleetprices

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£81,000 list price. 0-62mph in 4.0s. Depreciation over 2 years for this car, if bought outright, is £25k-£45k (depending on the price you paid). Total cost of lease over same period is under £14k.
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Just got an A8 taxi in Dijon. Beautiful luxurious car
I bought my S8 at a year old and it is now two. I had an A8 and GTR before it and it combines the best of both. The performance, especially tuned is incredible. Noise, comfort, toys fantastic. Brakes are great, steering isn't bad. It has never understeered, whereas my GTR oversteered every trip. The S8 oversteers slightly and I find it very amusing. I took it to the drag strip and did 11.38 quarter mile in the damp. Performance wise, you'd need an S63 to get anywhere near, but for similar money you'd get a six cylinder diesel S class with half the power. So yes it is a poor man's S class, I'm happy with that.
dothedealnow
so let me get this straight:-
BMW = Drug dealer
Mercedes = Taxi
Audi = Chav
so what do you all drive then?

I drive a Mazda 2 and when I get it to go vroom vroom vroom breaking the speed limit I receive the exact same speeding tickets(no points here in Austria) as any of the native melts or gastarbeiters do in their big German manufactured autos.

Ironic how most of them claim to dislike their big neighbour to the west with a passion though ;)
dothedealnow
so let me get this straight:-
BMW = Drug dealer
Mercedes = Taxi
Audi = Chav
so what do you all drive then?

Protons.
so let me get this straight:-
BMW = Drug dealer
Mercedes = Taxi
Audi = Chav

so what do you all drive then?
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Volkswagen Golf GTD 5 door w/ Sat Nav Lease - 2 years, 10k miles - 3+23 - £289 per month £6,939.92 @ fleetprices

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Seems like a great deal this - for me personally I can justify between £250-300 a month expenditure excluding running costs on a car. All in the title really, no upfront fees. I'll get my metal
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djbenny1
Got my GTD on Monday - phenomenal car! Loving it!
Hope the others who ordered enjoy theirs!
Post pics on golfmk7 forums!
Got my GTD on Monday - phenomenal car! Loving it!

Hope the others who ordered enjoy theirs!
eyresy
djbenny1
paulv000
Which deal are you going for Djbenny1? Still a GTD? Fancy one myself
Afternoon Paul,
The deal I got was for £6559 fully maintained for 2 years, 10k miles/year - an average of £273 per month, will full maintenance.
That was with CJ Automotive, a main dealer!
Hi Benny
I missed out on the Scirocco deal last week partly due to my inexperience in leasing deals but mainly due to the incompetence of my local VW dealer, who despite setting up the finance deal and me signing all of the paperwork last Tuesday, didn't process an order until Friday when all the stock was gone!
To make up for his errors he has offered me a Golf GTD (same spec as this deal) with a small £300 discount which works out at £7,374 all in (including a £1,440 initial payment), average £307/month including VAT.
After reading your Scirocco deal I got in contact with Mike Wilson @ CJ Automotive this afternoon and the offer he has come back with for the Golf GTD is an initial £1,427.10 + 23 @ £275 month...so total £7,768.20 inc VAT
I've now test driven the GTD and ready to go ahead with a lease deal, but very reluctant to place an order without getting a good deal. My lowest current offer is 12.5% higher than what you managed to get and 6% higher than this deal with fleetprices (which appears to have expired)
Can a higher initial payment reduce the overall cost significantly? and if so what have you agreed to in your deal?
Any other tips on making the salesman work for my money would be much appreciated!
Thanks in advance

Have a look at National Vehicle Solutions. Mines about £6500 for 5000 miles p/a.Not only that but they have the car in stock now.

I gave them a call regarding my order and they managed to switch me to a GTD that was just arriving in the UK (exact spec, no options). I've just been sent all the financing documents and it mentions the car will be registered on the 11th of September. I really hope that means I will have the car very soon after! It's gone from an expected late-October/ Early-November delivery following a build w/c 28th September to a hopefully mid-September delivery!

I still can't believe I'll be in one of these beasts soon, this will be my second car (I'm 21) and I've been driving a 57 plate 1.9 TDI which has been absolutely no trouble over the past 17k miles and 3.5 years but I have to say is utterly boring to drive and completely lacking in well, pretty much everything. This can't come soon enough!!

Edited By: DangerousTheory on Sep 04, 2015 18:22
eyresy
djbenny1
paulv000
Which deal are you going for Djbenny1? Still a GTD? Fancy one myself
Afternoon Paul,
The deal I got was for £6559 fully maintained for 2 years, 10k miles/year - an average of £273 per month, will full maintenance.
That was with CJ Automotive, a main dealer!
Hi Benny
I missed out on the Scirocco deal last week partly due to my inexperience in leasing deals but mainly due to the incompetence of my local VW dealer, who despite setting up the finance deal and me signing all of the paperwork last Tuesday, didn't process an order until Friday when all the stock was gone!
To make up for his errors he has offered me a Golf GTD (same spec as this deal) with a small £300 discount which works out at £7,374 all in (including a £1,440 initial payment), average £307/month including VAT.
After reading your Scirocco deal I got in contact with Mike Wilson @ CJ Automotive this afternoon and the offer he has come back with for the Golf GTD is an initial £1,427.10 + 23 @ £275 month...so total £7,768.20 inc VAT
I've now test driven the GTD and ready to go ahead with a lease deal, but very reluctant to place an order without getting a good deal. My lowest current offer is 12.5% higher than what you managed to get and 6% higher than this deal with fleetprices (which appears to have expired)
Can a higher initial payment reduce the overall cost significantly? and if so what have you agreed to in your deal?
Any other tips on making the salesman work for my money would be much appreciated!
Thanks in advance

hi,

first of all i would consider what car you really want - the gtd and R are really 2 pretty different animals! it's a pretty big change of heart to go from one to the other in a week!

if you want the gtd though, the best deal i can see at the moment is from Crewe Volkswagen. appears to be £832.86 initial plus 23 payments of £277.62 - that's for 10k miles - a total of £7218.12 (no fees).

I paid a lot less than that though in the end.

if i were you, first of all i would phone up carl smith (his details should be somewhere above) and ask him about the "arval" golf GTD deal from a few weeks ago - arval is the name of the big leasing company who have already bought the cars (so there is no modification possible - the cars were already ordered). i'd say its unlikely any are still available as its been like a month now but you could try anyway.

failing that the crewe vw deal is the best I can see at the moment but there are similar ones from fleetprices and nationwide vehicle contracts.
djbenny1
paulv000
Which deal are you going for Djbenny1? Still a GTD? Fancy one myself
Afternoon Paul,
The deal I got was for £6559 fully maintained for 2 years, 10k miles/year - an average of £273 per month, will full maintenance.
That was with CJ Automotive, a main dealer!

Hi Benny

I missed out on the Scirocco deal last week partly due to my inexperience in leasing deals but mainly due to the incompetence of my local VW dealer, who despite setting up the finance deal and me signing all of the paperwork last Tuesday, didn't process an order until Friday when all the stock was gone!

To make up for his errors he has offered me a Golf GTD (same spec as this deal) with a small £300 discount which works out at £7,374 all in (including a £1,440 initial payment), average £307/month including VAT.

After reading your Scirocco deal I got in contact with Mike Wilson @ CJ Automotive this afternoon and the offer he has come back with for the Golf GTD is an initial £1,427.10 + 23 @ £275 month...so total £7,768.20 inc VAT

I've now test driven the GTD and ready to go ahead with a lease deal, but very reluctant to place an order without getting a good deal. My lowest current offer is 12.5% higher than what you managed to get and 6% higher than this deal with fleetprices (which appears to have expired)

Can a higher initial payment reduce the overall cost significantly? and if so what have you agreed to in your deal?

Any other tips on making the salesman work for my money would be much appreciated!

Thanks in advance
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Ford Focus ST-1 (Diesel) 185BHP, £212.76 x 24 + £638.28 initial rental, 10k miles, 67MPG £5,531.76 @ Fleetprices

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Engine size:2 litre Doors:5 Body type:Hatchback Fuel type:Diesel Fuel delivery:Turbo Transmission type:Manual Number of Seats:5 Insurance Group:24 ENCAP Overall Rating:5 CO2 Emissions:110 g/k…
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Good deal!
Anyone know to a deal on the petrol version though?
Deedie
ReflexReact
Another lease.
Another yawn.
Another cold vote from me!

another waste of 60 seconds of your life clicking on a deal you have no interest in. then going to the bother of posting a comment on it.


kind of proving your own point by responding to a "waste of time" lol
ReflexReact
Another lease.
Another yawn.
Another cold vote from me!

another waste of 60 seconds of your life clicking on a deal you have no interest in. then going to the bother of posting a comment on it.
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ReflexReact
Another lease.

Another yawn.

Another cold vote from me!

Well let's hope in the next 9 years you find more deals to keep the site interesting.
You never know, you may learn to understand a lease deal and why they are beneficial to some people.
springbrucesteen
ReflexReact
Another lease.
Another yawn.
Another cold vote from me!
another hot vote from me !

Really seems to be working for you
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SEAT IBIZA SPORT TOURER 1.2 TSI FR 5dr DSG 2YR Lease £4,246.73 @ Fleet Prices

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Looking for a cheap AUTO lease deal and think this is good, feedback would appreciated. Hatchback version is cheaper but smaller boot of course. Unfortunately rear electric windows are £160 extra b…
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Insomniac82
That satnav seems like just a 'stick on' one and is just begging to get stolen.

Looks like just a TomTom that plugs into the top of the dash, saving all the wiring etc, pops off so it can be stowed away.
SatNavs £70 odd new these days, not attractive theft targets anymore.


If it's just a stick on one, probably won't integrate with the sound system either. i.e. won't put radio volume down when giving directions.
chrisf74
You'll pay for insurance, repairs, and at the end of the term you get nothing!

But what you have paid is equivalent to or less than the depreciation would be on a new car, so no different to keeping a new car for 2 years.
Insomniac82
That satnav seems like just a 'stick on' one and is just begging to get stolen.

Looks like just a TomTom that plugs into the top of the dash, saving all the wiring etc, pops off so it can be stowed away.
SatNavs £70 odd new these days, not attractive theft targets anymore.
Only the memories of driving a lovely maroon estate
SmilezMC
this might sound like a dumb question but how does these work out? do u have to pay insurance on these still? or is that incuded? also what happens after the lease ends? can you get a new car? also what happens if these needs repairs? thanx

You need to pay insurance separately. After the lease ends you give back the car (and they can charge for damage that's not wear and tear). Repairs will be covered under warranty during the two years you lease it.
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NISSAN QASHQAI DIESEL HATCHBACK 1.5 dCi N-Tec 5dr - £692.68 initial payment & £230.89 p/m inc VAT over 24 Months £6,003.14 @ fleetprices.co.uk

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This new model of the Qashqai is best suited for people looking for a bigger feel car with EXCELLENT MPG fuel economy. EC Urban 67.3 mpg EC Extra Urban 78.5 mpg EC Combined 74.3 mpg 10,000 mil…
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Ceejay1974
Is it possible to use a cheap car / current car as a deposit (initial rental) ?

No. they want cold, hard cash. It'll be a chore for them to convert your car into cash by selling it.
Is it possible to use a cheap car / current car as a deposit (initial rental) ?
Leasing a new car is sensible, especially a modern diesel, especially one with the Renault 1.5 dci engine. Buying and keeping one can work out very expensive. A quick google will show very expensive turbo problems etc. My wives friend had to scrap hers when the turbo lunched itself.
Buying a solid non turbo petrol is probably the cheapest if you intend to keep it move than 5 years.
lolyehright
Yadda Yadda Yadda.. Paying bucketload of cash upfront the monthly to borrow a car. New cars break down too. Buying used much more cost effective always will be. Leases are a complete ripoff. Cold.

When a new car breaks down though, it is covered under warranty, when an older car breaks down you'll be paying for it. For some this is the main reason they buy/lease new - fixed price motoring. If you buy a 4 year old car that came with 3 years warranty from new and something catastrophic happens, you'll be left with a huge and unplanned bill,
stoney73
Still don't understand why people lease (normal) cars. At the end of the lease you have nothing to show for your money. If anything happens to your income, you won't be able to afford the car, leaving you with nothing. I get leasing high - end cars, changing up for a newer model if you can afford it. But a Qashqai or any other normal car? Madness.

If the lease is cheaper than the depreciation suffered over the desired period of ownership by buying, then lease. This rule applies equally to a Qashqai or Aston Martin. No one can account for the potential of losing their income in the deal - that's something you have to decide on for yourself when you tie yourself into anything, whether that be buying furniture on 0% finance, cars, mortgages etc. There's insurance for that if you're very risk averse.
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