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3 year lease Nissan Micra 5dr 10k pa £4,657 or £129 pm average @ Fleetprices £4,657.00

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Nissan Micra Hatchback Special Edition 1.2 Visia Limited Edition 5dr £116.26 incl VAT monthly rentals £348.78 incl VAT initial rental Personal contract hire Contract term : 36 months Rental profile… Read More
Nissan Micra Hatchback Special Edition 1.2 Visia Limited Edition 5dr £116.26 incl VAT monthly rentals £348.78 incl VAT initial rental Personal contract hire Contract term : 36 months Rental profile…
scottishpunter Avatar3m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago24 Comments
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we had one of these as a hire car in Italy.. It was. horrible. felt like it was built in India... Despite been new the washer bottle leaked too.
scottishpunter
eslick
scottishpunter
eslick
This is the worst car I have ever driven had one as a courtesy car for 6 weeks couldn't wait to get rid of it.
As a lease it also seems very expensive.
Still waiting on you finding cheaper deal or retracting comment?
You can wait as long as you like my friend, my comment was it seems expensive, get it seems, plus someone else replied about the Up which is a much better car so didn't think I needed to come back and offer further advice. I will say that I didn't see yours was a 3 year lease so it might not be as expensive as it seems but I would rather go in the bus than pay a lease for this micra and since I haven't been on one for 20 years that's saying something. Sorry for the late reply, wasn't aware I was on the clock :)
Full disclosure- when I posted deal I thought this was for new Micra as that is what the website says. The Up posted is a smaller car both engine wise and size with a much higher up front fee, although I agree might be a better car to live with.
To be honest not really trying to be controversial or confrontational - just hoping you could tell me a better deal, with low deposit and low monthly payment. As m5rcc has commented micra has been cheaper but 18 month ago.

I only actually posted to give my comments about the car, it really is the awful. My comment about the cost and the reason I said seems was because 4.5k seems excessive against other deals I have seen on here not necessarily Micra ones but as I said didn't realise it was 3 years :(
eslick
scottishpunter
eslick
This is the worst car I have ever driven had one as a courtesy car for 6 weeks couldn't wait to get rid of it.
As a lease it also seems very expensive.
Still waiting on you finding cheaper deal or retracting comment?
You can wait as long as you like my friend, my comment was it seems expensive, get it seems, plus someone else replied about the Up which is a much better car so didn't think I needed to come back and offer further advice. I will say that I didn't see yours was a 3 year lease so it might not be as expensive as it seems but I would rather go in the bus than pay a lease for this micra and since I haven't been on one for 20 years that's saying something. Sorry for the late reply, wasn't aware I was on the clock :)

Full disclosure- when I posted deal I thought this was for new Micra as that is what the website says. The Up posted is a smaller car both engine wise and size with a much higher up front fee, although I agree might be a better car to live with.

To be honest not really trying to be controversial or confrontational - just hoping you could tell me a better deal, with low deposit and low monthly payment. As m5rcc has commented micra has been cheaper but 18 month ago.

Edited By: scottishpunter on Mar 25, 2017 19:28: Spelling
scottishpunter
eslick
This is the worst car I have ever driven had one as a courtesy car for 6 weeks couldn't wait to get rid of it.
As a lease it also seems very expensive.
Still waiting on you finding cheaper deal or retracting comment?

You can wait as long as you like my friend, my comment was it seems expensive, get it seems, plus someone else replied about the Up which is a much better car so didn't think I needed to come back and offer further advice. I will say that I didn't see yours was a 3 year lease so it might not be as expensive as it seems but I would rather go in the bus than pay a lease for this micra and since I haven't been on one for 20 years that's saying something. Sorry for the late reply, wasn't aware I was on the clock :)
GAVINLEWISHUKD
The higher output model was much better but was expensive.

Yeah, you've said...
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Skoda Octavia vRS (2017) Diesel Hatchback 2.0 TDI CR 5dr £6,331.20 at Fleetprices.co.uk, 10kmpa, 2 year lease

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The new Octavia is available and this is a cracking deal for the vRS. On the 9+23 (10k mpa, 2 years) it's £190.35 per month + £240 processing fee. You can go down to the 3+23 for £234.28pm (an extra 8… Read More
The new Octavia is available and this is a cracking deal for the vRS. On the 9+23 (10k mpa, 2 years) it's £190.35 per month + £240 processing fee. You can go down to the 3+23 for £234.28pm (an extra 8…
SilverBandit Avatar3m, 4d agoFound 3 months, 4 days ago34 Comments
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FocusST
frozencake
I don't get lease cars, paying £6k+ and the car isn't even yours at the end of it? Where is the benefit of having one
I will teach you as nobody ever seems to get lease/PCP deals, and you won't be the first to comment.
Lets say you go and buy your own brand new car, and it costs you £30,000 all in with interest, loans etc etc. Remember we are talking brand new cars, not 3 year old used cars.
You own it for 4 years and it's now worth £10,000. So that car has cost you £20,000 over 4 years, which equates to £416 per month.
Now imagine you go back 4 years and lease the identical car at a monthly rate of £350. You pay £350 each month for 4 years and then give the car back. You have spent less each month on owning the same car so it has been cheaper to lease rather than buy.
It doesn't always work out cheaper, depends on the car in question and the GFV etc
So when looking at a lease you have to roughly work out what buying a car would cost in real terms per month (including tyres, servicing, mot etc) and then compare that to leasing.
PCP is different again in that you can own the car after the initial term. I PCP my new car and fully intend to buy it after 4 years, effectively meaning I can purchase a more expensive car over a 6 year period with the same monthly payments as a cheaper car over 4 years - again only beneficial if you plan on keeping it, or want to swap to a new car every 3-4 years.
If you're not bothered about new cars then yes there are cheaper ways to do it, e.g. buying an older used car, but some don't want to do that.
not to mention the time and hassle it takes to sell expensive cars...
da1em
Frozencake - the benefit of having a car on lease is simple... if the deal is right for you.
Example - the car I have now is a Merc GLA, 30k list price. Over 2 years on lease I would have paid ~£6,500.
After 2 years this car is now worth less than £23,500. So if you were to sell it you would have spent more on the car over 2 years owning it, than I would have for borrowing it

Where did you get that GLA deal, sounds rather good!
The people that don't buy new cars and don't understand leasing are generally those driving round in a car they bought for 10k saying they drive a 30k pound motor.
p_ist_a
Sssh, don't complain and let them lease it. Then we can buy it 2 years old for half the price, lol.

Why would you want you buy and own a second-hand diesel car with the long-list of maintenance problems?
Slightly cheaper here:

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Ford Fiesta Diesel 1.5 TDCi Zetec Navigation 5dr (£110.75 per month) £3,654.70 @ Fleet Prices

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Ford Fiesta Diesel Hatchback 1.5 TDCi Zetec Navigation 5dr - £110.75 per month (£2658 over two years) - Initial payment: 996.73 - Total: £3654.70 - Personal contract hire - Contract te… Read More
Ford Fiesta Diesel Hatchback 1.5 TDCi Zetec Navigation 5dr - £110.75 per month (£2658 over two years) - Initial payment: 996.73 - Total: £3654.70 - Personal contract hire - Contract te…
shuwaz Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago60 Comments
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joebrett2010
so how much is the car going to cost to own outright

It's a PCH not a PCP. There is no formal option to buy. You may be given the option to buy by the lease company.
so how much is the car going to cost to own outright
monkeyhanger75
How long have Kia been doing DPFs? if they only started 4 years ago then no wonder they copied the right place. :P

No DPFs in Kias until about mid 2010
Mighty__Mag
Why are you getting so excited about it?

Excited? I'm not. Just correcting your dissemination of misinformation.
HertzVanRental
monkeyhanger75
HertzVanRental
Surely any DPF issues that occurred during the lease of 2 years, that have been highlighted from undertaking short journeys, would be covered by manufacturer's warranty?
Why would an issue which is totally avoidable and moderately expensive to rectify be paid for by warranty? If you put petrol in your diesel car then inevitably caused damage and the need to have the fuel system totally purged, would you expect warranty to pick this up? Same applies for the DPF - if you are doing lots of very short journeys and don't give it the chance to regenerate, when you have to take it to the garage for them to force a regen to clear the DPF of soot then they're going to charge you for this. This can happen within weeks, not over 2 years. The process of DPF clogging is avoidable and reversible.
There seems some ignorance about what the DPF is, what it does and how it clogs and clears, and thinking that if you have these issues you can ignore them for 2 years.
All diesels generate soot, the DPF is in the exhaust system, being a honeycombed catalytic-coated ceramic block. All the exhaust gases (including the soot) pass through it, and the soot is captured by it. When the ceramic block gets warmed up enough, the soot burns off to CO2, and the inorganic impurities remain as incombustible ash. If the car is regularly on a journey of at least 20 miles at motorway speeds then without any additional action, the DPF should get hot enough for long enough to keep soot levels in check (passive regen).
As the DPF fills up, back pressure increases, making the car less efficient. The car has a few tricks up its sleeve, such as post combustion injection of fuel which is burnt in the exhaust system, increasing the temperature, making it easier to burn the soot (active regen) - this really eats into your mpg. You'll be aware of an active regen when you see the idling speed increase from around 800rpm to around 1000rpm.
Current DPFs typically have a capacity of about 150g, but won't function correctly after they're more than 75% full. Over about 150k miles, the incombustible ash level permanently fills the DPF to the point that it is always very full, leaving very little spare capacity for soot to be stored for burning off. At that point you'll need a new DPF if the ash cannot be removed.
There are multiple levels of DPF filling action levels, but generally the car will force an active regen when the DPF is half full, and it will warn you to take a long drive when it gets to 65% full. It'll take action to force you to the garage (going into limp mode and then stopping altogether if you've not done something about it) when it is 75-80% full so that a workshop forced regen can take place (at your cost). A completely clean DPF can become full of soot to the point of a workshop regen being required in 2 to 3 weeks doing a few miles a day with no longer runs to allow a passive or active regen to occur.
If you're lucky, the dealership might allow the first workshop regen to be done under warranty, with a warning to do more miles per journey, after that it'll be at your cost. So this is not an issue you can ignore and return the car after 2 years with - it'll need addressing way before 2 years have elapsed if you're doing a few miles per journey without a weekly/fortnightly longer run to instigate a regen.
You have raised some fair points in your comprehensive response. Of course, putting petrol instead of diesel is negligence and that must be covered by your own cost. The works vehicle is a Fiesta diesel that has done approx 95% of it's 14,000 miles over 4 years with journeys between 1 and 5 miles without an issue.

I guess the key is that information of operating the vehicle must be provided to the owner in the manual; like fuel type in the example you highlighted. I could be incorrect, but I'd be very surprised if the manual stated do not undertake regular journeys of X miles; I'll take a look tomorrow in the works vehicle manual. Furthermore, the manufacturer would have to prove that it was due to X number of journeys below X miles to prove negligence; whatever X is required to regenerate the DPF. However, as I guess telematic and OBD capabilities improve then that could be possible?

There is a warning in VW/Audi/BMW manuals (i'm sure others do too - this is an issue that affects all marques driven for very short average trip distances) about short journeys and DPF regen advice. As I said, most marques will give you one claim against warranty, giving you the benefit of the doubt that no one told you your obligations to avoid workshop forced regens. Once they've had you in once and explained why it happened, they will consider you advised so future incidences are on you. The car's electronics will be able to tell the dealership your driving style, journey length for up to 1000 journeys etc. They know if they choose to look into it.

The 95% of the journeys you talk of being short are fine as long as the other 5% are regular (weekly) and at least 20 miles at full operating temperature to clear the DPF.


Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on Mar 19, 2017 21:23
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Fleetprices Lease Skoda Yeti Outdoor Estate 1.2 TSI SE £133.02 per month 24 month cost £4,496.64

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Good Specs, including Sat Nav, 51mpg Contract term :24 months Annual mileage :10000 23 monthly rentals of:£133.02 Initial rental:£1197.18 Processing fee :£240.00 Read More
Good Specs, including Sat Nav, 51mpg Contract term :24 months Annual mileage :10000 23 monthly rentals of:£133.02 Initial rental:£1197.18 Processing fee :£240.00
bowdiddly Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago21 Comments
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Zuulan
Who said I blamed the fault on the car?

You had said Skoda, not Skoda Finance.
m5rcc
Zuulan
I'm staying well away from these guys and Skoda in the future.
How is it the fault of the car?

Who said I blamed the fault on the car?

It's the fault of Skoda finance for making it the rule and Fleetprices for not informing their customers of this, especially when they drive the car to you from Wales.



Edited By: Zuulan on Mar 17, 2017 13:13
Zuulan
I'm staying well away from these guys and Skoda in the future.

How is it the fault of the car?
Gozer
margamboy
Expect to wait up to 6 months for one of these, I waited 3 months from a main dealer and its a known fact that quite often lease companies get pushed to back of the queue, many threads on here with first hand proof of this. New model comes out early 2018
I ordered mine on the 2nd Sept 2016 from these people and it arrived on the 1st March 2017 with 186 miles on the clock.
The order books for this model will probably close soon, as the new Mk.2 Mini Kodiaq version will be revealed soon.

I've just been told that the 200 miles that was on my car when it was delivered by fleetprices comes out of MY mileage allowance.

I'm staying well away from these guys and Skoda in the future.
blueclouduk
More leasing companies are starting to allow the fitting of tow bars. It's often a very expensive factory option.
However, those that do will send you back to a franchised dealer if you go for the non-factory route. All the franchise does is sub-contract the work to a mobile fitter and then charge the full factory price for what is sometimes an inferior piece of kit.
I've been very lucky on my last three cars. the leasing company just wanted a VAT registered company that employs an MoT qualified tester to fit an after market kit.

You can't fit any old towbar. Must be EC Type Approved for the car.
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Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 Titanium, Nav, 5dr - 2 Year Lease 4,319.76 @ Fleetprices

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Brand new 17 plate Personal contract hire Metallic paint £169.99 incl VAT monthly rental £169.99 incl VAT initial rental £240 admin fee Personal contract hire Ford Focus Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 1… Read More
Brand new 17 plate Personal contract hire Metallic paint £169.99 incl VAT monthly rental £169.99 incl VAT initial rental £240 admin fee Personal contract hire Ford Focus Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 1…
wayne3004 Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago128 Comments
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najim95ali
soldierboy001
najim95ali
ClownHat
My car now has the correct plates. I had to drive it to Bristol Street Motors Ford to get them to do it.
After all that, would it be a smart idea if I went for this deal? This would be my first car, and I'm in no rush to receive the car. It's still not acceptable what they did!
(If the deal is still even available)
Accidental issue of incorrect number plates is something that has happened for decades and is only difficult to sort out now a days because of the strict way that they are allowed to issued due to people cloning. If you have never made an error then I applaud you, but try to keep it up into your old age and beyond the grave.
So should I go for the deal...



If it suites your requirements yes, but personally not for me, a "B" max at this I would go for but not a Focus. Nothing to do with the body size and engine, I just don't like the Focus.
soldierboy001
najim95ali
ClownHat
My car now has the correct plates. I had to drive it to Bristol Street Motors Ford to get them to do it.
After all that, would it be a smart idea if I went for this deal? This would be my first car, and I'm in no rush to receive the car. It's still not acceptable what they did!
(If the deal is still even available)



Accidental issue of incorrect number plates is something that has happened for decades and is only difficult to sort out now a days because of the strict way that they are allowed to issued due to people cloning. If you have never made an error then I applaud you, but try to keep it up into your old age and beyond the grave.


So should I go for the deal...
najim95ali
ClownHat
My car now has the correct plates. I had to drive it to Bristol Street Motors Ford to get them to do it.
After all that, would it be a smart idea if I went for this deal? This would be my first car, and I'm in no rush to receive the car. It's still not acceptable what they did!
(If the deal is still even available)



Accidental issue of incorrect number plates is something that has happened for decades and is only difficult to sort out now a days because of the strict way that they are allowed to issued due to people cloning. If you have never made an error then I applaud you, but try to keep it up into your old age and beyond the grave.
ClownHat
My car now has the correct plates. I had to drive it to Bristol Street Motors Ford to get them to do it.


After all that, would it be a smart idea if I went for this deal? This would be my first car, and I'm in no rush to receive the car. It's still not acceptable what they did!
(If the deal is still even available)
My car now has the correct plates. I had to drive it to Bristol Street Motors Ford to get them to do it.
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Ford Focus Titanium 1.0 EcoBoost 125ps Navigation £127.32 a month £1145.88 deposit £298.80 processing fee (total £4,373.04) Fleetprices

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So the other day I posted a Focus offer, it's taken a few days for me to talk the other half round and today I have gone to order and it's even cheaper! I've gone for £127.32 a month on 8,000 mile… Read More
So the other day I posted a Focus offer, it's taken a few days for me to talk the other half round and today I have gone to order and it's even cheaper! I've gone for £127.32 a month on 8,000 mile…
davewest123 Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago17 Comments
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Graham1979
YouDealTroll
srp111
does it even move ...a 1litre focus oO
the 1.4 was bad enough
uh oh we have a moron

REALLY? he's posted 41 deals in 3 and a half years of membership YOU'VE POSTED NONE WHATSOEVER. He is supporting the community and website you're not. Please jog along.


thanks pal.
I didn't know it was a super engine of some sort. just thought a 1.0 litre would be underpowered.
Thanks for the support though. most appreciated :D
leechuter
Graham1979
YouDealTroll
srp111
does it even move ...a 1litre focus oO
the 1.4 was bad enough
uh oh we have a moron
REALLY? he's posted 41 deals in 3 and a half years of membership YOU'VE POSTED NONE WHATSOEVER. He is supporting the community and website you're not. Please jog along.
What he has posted and how long he has been on here and what he had for breakfast does not change the fact he made a really stupid and unjustified comment ......

No his participation in the the community, supporting the running costs of the website and being in the declining number of so called "members" who are carrying the parasites who take and give nothing means he is entitled to his opinion, the fact he hasn't justified it is what makes it "stupid".

This website isn't free and depends on people like him.
Graham1979
YouDealTroll
srp111
does it even move ...a 1litre focus oO
the 1.4 was bad enough
uh oh we have a moron
REALLY? he's posted 41 deals in 3 and a half years of membership YOU'VE POSTED NONE WHATSOEVER. He is supporting the community and website you're not. Please jog along.
What he has posted and how long he has been on here and what he had for breakfast does not change the fact he made a really stupid and unjustified comment ......
YouDealTroll
srp111
does it even move ...a 1litre focus oO
the 1.4 was bad enough
uh oh we have a moron

REALLY? he's posted 41 deals in 3 and a half years of membership YOU'VE POSTED NONE WHATSOEVER. He is supporting the community and website you're not. Please jog along.
srp111
does it even move ...a 1litre focus oO
the 1.4 was bad enough
uh oh we have a moron
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Ford Focus Titanium 1.0 EcoBoost 125ps Navigation £127.32 a month £1145.88 deposit £298.80 processing fee (total £4,373.04) Fleetprices

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So the other day I posted a Focus offer, it's taken a few days for me to talk the other half round and today I have gone to order and it's even cheaper! I've gone for £127.32 a month on 8,000 mile… Read More
So the other day I posted a Focus offer, it's taken a few days for me to talk the other half round and today I have gone to order and it's even cheaper! I've gone for £127.32 a month on 8,000 mile…
davewest123 Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago86 Comments
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m5rcc
Besford
m5rcc
Great price but don't expect anywhere near the claimed mpg - you'd be likely to get 42ish.
And can you tell us ANY car which achieves 'claimed' mpg in real world use? Do people really still not understand that this is a comparison figure achieved under lab conditions and will not be achievable on the road? I guess you believe ARGOS RRPs too? ;)
I'm fully aware that all NEDC figures are not achievable, however, this engined Focus is nowhere near it. at least some manufacturers are within 15% of the figures.
Supporting evidence please - or you're speaking through your rear end!
MaximusRo
There were definetely some cheaper deals for Focus as I kept an eye on them, and I'm not happy seeing prices creaping up

Sure, but sadly (or perhaps not for some people), prices will inevitably creep up given the provenance of much of the goods we buy in the UK.
m5rcc
MaximusRo
With more mileage (10k/year). It is hard to prove what exactly?
That deal you showed had a customised initial deposit for the 6k deal, so I would not have thought it would be the same for the 10k deal and the OP omitted the admin fee. So is it really cheaper than this deal? And even if it was, what does that prove exactly? If anything, it is more likely to show that a fresh batch of 1.5 TDCIs have flooded the dealers because of the 1.6 TDCI being replaced (finally).
The second or third link in that deal gives the details for the Titanium 10k deal, and still cheaper.
It doesn't really matter if it's 1.5 or 1.6, I just pointed out that for the same money or less I would prefer a diesel for fuel economy and more torque.
There were definetely some cheaper deals for Focus as I kept an eye on them, and I'm not happy seeing prices creaping up
MaximusRo
With more mileage (10k/year). It is hard to prove what exactly?

That deal you showed had a customised initial deposit for the 6k deal, so I would not have thought it would be the same for the 10k deal and the OP omitted the admin fee. So is it really cheaper than this deal? And even if it was, what does that prove exactly? If anything, it is more likely to show that a fresh batch of 1.5 TDCIs have flooded the dealers because of the 1.6 TDCI being replaced (finally).
m5rcc
MaximusRo
Nonsense. Here is a deal from just 5 months ago, still a better deal at 10k, for Titanium diesel (see comment 4)http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ford-focus-1-5-tdci-120-zetec-navigation-car-lease-24x-109-60-1495-20-initial-rental-2514103
Are you comparing this Focus to a diesel Focus with less mileage? It's difficult to prove your theory especially when Ford rose their prices in September 2016 by 1.5%.
With more mileage (10k/year)
It is hard to prove what exactly?
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Skoda yeti lease 24 month pch deal from £4,440.24 Total Fleetprices.co.uk.

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The numbers are £85.01 per month. £2400 initial rental. Two year contract £185.01 per month total. From parkers review. Part family hatch and part SUV, the Skoda Yeti is an unusual model. It's… Read More
The numbers are £85.01 per month. £2400 initial rental. Two year contract £185.01 per month total. From parkers review. Part family hatch and part SUV, the Skoda Yeti is an unusual model. It's…
Dr_Lovegod Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago17 Comments
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Be careful with fleet prices, some guys on here have been waiting 6+ months for their vehicles to arrive
moneysm
Maybe :-P

Definitely.
Newbold
moneysm
m5rcc
moneysm
m5rcc
moneysm
Not sure you understand the principle of depreciation.
Erm, I do. I do very clearly. If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it appreciates, own it.
Why would I want to buy a dearer Daihatsu (if such things exist given they havn't sold a car in Europe for almost four years) for it to depreciate at a steeper rate?
Better to get a lease where the total value of the lease is less than the depreciation of the car should you have bought it.
I meant to get a Dacia, not a Daihatsu
Not really comparable like-for-like (given that you said "£2k more" - I would assume you are referring to a base-spec Sandero).
Sandero is correct depends on what you want your car for and if you require all the bells and whistles
You really don't know a lot about cars, do you. ;)
Maybe :-P
moneysm
m5rcc
moneysm
m5rcc
moneysm
Not sure you understand the principle of depreciation.
Erm, I do. I do very clearly. If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it appreciates, own it.
Why would I want to buy a dearer Daihatsu (if such things exist given they havn't sold a car in Europe for almost four years) for it to depreciate at a steeper rate?
Better to get a lease where the total value of the lease is less than the depreciation of the car should you have bought it.
I meant to get a Dacia, not a Daihatsu
Not really comparable like-for-like (given that you said "£2k more" - I would assume you are referring to a base-spec Sandero).
Sandero is correct depends on what you want your car for and if you require all the bells and whistles
You really don't know a lot about cars, do you. ;)
m5rcc
moneysm
m5rcc
moneysm
Not sure you understand the principle of depreciation.
Erm, I do. I do very clearly. If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it appreciates, own it.
Why would I want to buy a dearer Daihatsu (if such things exist given they havn't sold a car in Europe for almost four years) for it to depreciate at a steeper rate?
Better to get a lease where the total value of the lease is less than the depreciation of the car should you have bought it.
I meant to get a Dacia, not a Daihatsu
Not really comparable like-for-like (given that you said "£2k more" - I would assume you are referring to a base-spec Sandero).

Sandero is correct depends on what you want your car for and if you require all the bells and whistles
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FORD FIESTA OFFER 1.0 ecoboost 125 titanium X Navigation 5dr IN STOCK 6+35 £149.99 pm + £899.93 + £298.80 @ FleetPrices £6,448.38

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I posted this Focus deal last week http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ford-focus-hatchback-1-0-ecoboost-st-line-125-navigation-5-door-1-23-8000-miles-2599841 Turns out there is no more stock left so c… Read More
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there is good deals on the st line but the titanium x is a much better spec and better deal?!

djbenny1
OP I imagine this is cold because recently there have been much better deals on the Fiesta ST line than this on a 3+23.
I've just noticed that the ST-Line is actually more expensive than this! the Titanium X is a miles better deal!
Titanium are much higher spec. The new fiesta is out later this year/early next year which is why offers will start appearing.
The ST-Line is a Zetec with some sports styling etc so a much much lower spec than this, for the car, a top of the range fiesta with everything on it this is a HOT DEAL and its got the 1.0 125 engine probably the best/nicest of the 1.0 Ford engines DEFINITLY A HOT DEAL
OP I imagine this is cold because recently there have been much better deals on the Fiesta ST line than this on a 3+23.
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Ford Focus hatchback 1.0 ecoboost St-line 125 Navigation 5 door 1+23 8000 miles £194.10 inc vat per month + £298.80 fee £4,957.20 @ Fleet Prices

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Ford Focus hatchback 1.0 ecoboost St-line 125 Navigation 5 door Decent spec car for decent price. 1+23 8000 miles £194.10 inc vat £298.80 fee Total over 2 years £4957.2 inc vat Link t…
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Awesome little engine had it before going diesel again, the 125 is what I had and it's quick, the 100 comes with and without turbo but gutless.

ST Line is also a good trim.
I had one of these from work for a few days and was amazed how good the engine was. Any negative comments must be from people who haven't tried one.
clarkeyi
clarkeyi
not for me. would be bored of the car after 1 day
if anyone asks why it's because it's slow, plastic, common and rubbish. #justified
I assumed it was made from a variety of metals :p

Dated car and shape but still one of the top selling and handling cars in the uk. eco boost engines are so much better than rivals in my opinion and in 1L capacity.
a car for good drivers not illegal speeders - good boot size, easy to drive and the heated windscreen a real benefit.
clarkeyi
clarkeyi
not for me. would be bored of the car after 1 day


if anyone asks why it's because it's slow, plastic, common and rubbish. #justified


Don't worry buddy, no one is asking for your comment. No need to #justify it ;)

This isn't Twitter, we're not a community of 12 year old girls.
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Skoda Yeti Outdoor SE 1.2 litre petrol - £85.01 a month - 2 year lease from Fleetprices.co.uk £4,355.18

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Zuulan Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago55 Comments
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margamboy
Gozer
margamboy
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margamboy
Not sure I ordered mine from local Skoda dealer 3 months ago, got delivered last week and that was £500 deposit and pay the rest on delivery..Not used Simpsons personally but others on here have and seem happy with service as do the various Skoda forums
May I ask what model you got? Was it a Monte Carlo petrol DSG?
Spot on
Cheers, that's what I ordered over 5 months ago and it's finally just been build. However Fleetprices are saying another 4 weeks before they get it. Just seems like delay after delay with this seller.
Yes I think alot of these online agents get pushed back of the queue but get better pricing for their customers, would not surprise me if other later orders leap frog when coming directly from Skoda main dealers, it's a trade off I guess.

New one has now been spied.
http://indianautosblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/2017-Skoda-Yeti-spy-shot.jpg
http://indianautosblog.com/2017/02/2017-skoda-yeti-spied-undisguised-exterior
margamboy
Gozer
margamboy
Gozer
margamboy
Not sure I ordered mine from local Skoda dealer 3 months ago, got delivered last week and that was £500 deposit and pay the rest on delivery..Not used Simpsons personally but others on here have and seem happy with service as do the various Skoda forums
May I ask what model you got? Was it a Monte Carlo petrol DSG?
Spot on
Cheers, that's what I ordered over 5 months ago and it's finally just been build. However Fleetprices are saying another 4 weeks before they get it. Just seems like delay after delay with this seller.
Yes I think alot of these online agents get pushed back of the queue but get better pricing for their customers, would not surprise me if other later orders leap frog when coming directly from Skoda main dealers, it's a trade off I guess.

I agree, I think is what has most likely happened. My original order was given to a buyer which is a lot more profitable for the dealer. In this case Styner Group, which are certainly on my black list for the next time I buy a car and I certainly won't recommend them to anyone.
Gozer
margamboy
Gozer
margamboy
Not sure I ordered mine from local Skoda dealer 3 months ago, got delivered last week and that was £500 deposit and pay the rest on delivery..Not used Simpsons personally but others on here have and seem happy with service as do the various Skoda forums
May I ask what model you got? Was it a Monte Carlo petrol DSG?
Spot on
Cheers, that's what I ordered over 5 months ago and it's finally just been build. However Fleetprices are saying another 4 weeks before they get it. Just seems like delay after delay with this seller.

Yes I think alot of these online agents get pushed back of the queue but get better pricing for their customers, would not surprise me if other later orders leap frog when coming directly from Skoda main dealers, it's a trade off I guess.
Correction... It's not a deposit but the "initial fee".

Business contract hire
£70.84 + VAT monthly rental
£2000.00 + VAT initial rental

Contract term 24 months
Rental profile Initial rental + 23

Or for personal...

£85.01 incl VAT monthly rental
£2400.00 incl VAT initial rental

Contract term 24 months
Rental profile Initial rental + 23 Rentals

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So never £85pm at all.

For the personal deal...
£85 x 23 + £2400 + £240 / 24 = £191.46pm
margamboy
Gozer
margamboy
Not sure I ordered mine from local Skoda dealer 3 months ago, got delivered last week and that was £500 deposit and pay the rest on delivery..Not used Simpsons personally but others on here have and seem happy with service as do the various Skoda forums
May I ask what model you got? Was it a Monte Carlo petrol DSG?
Spot on

Cheers, that's what I ordered over 5 months ago and it's finally just been build. However Fleetprices are saying another 4 weeks before they get it. Just seems like delay after delay with this seller.
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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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KellyDawson Avatar7m, 2d agoFound 7 months, 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 Read More
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 Avatar8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 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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sutty Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago7 Comments
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3dr on a 4 year pcp is £500 deposit and £299 a month including vat. 5dr is about £4 a month more
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?
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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… Read More
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…
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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… Read More
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 Avatar9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago140 Comments
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me_lee
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me_lee
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Ordered, Thanks OP - it's a cracking deal for a £20k car.
Ordered from CHL with Metallic paint 8k pa (4.2p excess mileage) £154pm "all in" over 2 years.
For those trying to chose a colour, watch out as the Black roof is no longer included and I don't think it is even a cost option.
I thought the Monte Carlo trim had the black roof as standard?
Fleetprices have it as an extra cost item. I am going to see them this weekend, and if I like it in the flesh I will be buying one. The only options I am considering are the smartgate and the DAB radio. Maybe parking sensors.
Mine has rear parking sensors as standard. DAB only cost me £2pm extra. I wish I'd specified smartgate now... (_;)
If you got the Monte Carlo, are the mats branded with a Monte Carlo logo? Mine is just plain with some red stitching on it. Also did it come with the hi-vis vest? I can see where it goes under the driver's seat but the vest is missing?
Any idea how I can get the digital speedo to read in MPH? I've found the setting for units but can't see anywhere to change the speedo.
I'm laid up right now so can't check - I remember the door inlays having Monte Carlo on them but can't remember about the mats. No idea about the vest.
The digital speedo can only be changed by the dealer - apparently they have to set it to Australian for some reason.

OK, thanks!
Gozer
me_lee
Devro
matth5182
gem5094
Ordered, Thanks OP - it's a cracking deal for a £20k car.
Ordered from CHL with Metallic paint 8k pa (4.2p excess mileage) £154pm "all in" over 2 years.
For those trying to chose a colour, watch out as the Black roof is no longer included and I don't think it is even a cost option.
I thought the Monte Carlo trim had the black roof as standard?
Fleetprices have it as an extra cost item. I am going to see them this weekend, and if I like it in the flesh I will be buying one. The only options I am considering are the smartgate and the DAB radio. Maybe parking sensors.
Mine has rear parking sensors as standard. DAB only cost me £2pm extra. I wish I'd specified smartgate now... (_;)
If you got the Monte Carlo, are the mats branded with a Monte Carlo logo? Mine is just plain with some red stitching on it. Also did it come with the hi-vis vest? I can see where it goes under the driver's seat but the vest is missing?
Any idea how I can get the digital speedo to read in MPH? I've found the setting for units but can't see anywhere to change the speedo.

I'm laid up right now so can't check - I remember the door inlays having Monte Carlo on them but can't remember about the mats. No idea about the vest.

The digital speedo can only be changed by the dealer - apparently they have to set it to Australian for some reason.
me_lee
Devro
matth5182
gem5094
Ordered, Thanks OP - it's a cracking deal for a £20k car.
Ordered from CHL with Metallic paint 8k pa (4.2p excess mileage) £154pm "all in" over 2 years.
For those trying to chose a colour, watch out as the Black roof is no longer included and I don't think it is even a cost option.
I thought the Monte Carlo trim had the black roof as standard?
Fleetprices have it as an extra cost item. I am going to see them this weekend, and if I like it in the flesh I will be buying one. The only options I am considering are the smartgate and the DAB radio. Maybe parking sensors.
Mine has rear parking sensors as standard. DAB only cost me £2pm extra. I wish I'd specified smartgate now... (_;)

If you got the Monte Carlo, are the mats branded with a Monte Carlo logo? Mine is just plain with some red stitching on it. Also did it come with the hi-vis vest? I can see where it goes under the driver's seat but the vest is missing?

Any idea how I can get the digital speedo to read in MPH? I've found the setting for units but can't see anywhere to change the speedo.
Zuulan
slkluv
Zuulan
slkluv
Still waiting on mine, phoned the dealer and they cant get any info on the order. Apparently there is no information and I have been told that either the car is built and they havent updated the system or not built at all.... Not sure what to do, kicked up a fuss about it and have complained to Skoda as well. Lets see what they come back with...
Where did you order it from? I ordered off this leasing company and even they knew what built down it was planned for. Mine was built in week 2 and is now due to be delivered on the 1st March. 1 day short of a full 6 month wait time.
I ordered direct from Skoda dealer and no info on delivery dates yet. They are not even sure if it is built, I ordered in late Sept and they processed it in Sept apparently. They are away trying to find out what is happening with my order, fingers crossed that they dont just cancel the order.
Any news on your order now? Mine is getting delivered tomorrow. Hooray. Days after the replacement has been shown:http:/autosblog.com/2017-skoda-yeti-spied-undisguised-exteriorhttp://indianautosblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/2017-Skoda-Yeti-spy-shot.jpg

Congratulations.... I have cancelled my order as they said they can deliver in April. Cant wait that long... Enjoy your new drive!
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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… Read More
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…
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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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m0nkeymrs01 Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago7 Comments
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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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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.... Read More
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 Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months 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
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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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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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