Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost ST-Line Navigation 3dr [2017] - Select Car Leasing - £166.34 pcm: 3yr lease,3month upfront and 10K miles pa - PERSONAL LEASE - HotUKDeals
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Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost ST-Line Navigation 3dr [2017] - Select Car Leasing - £166.34 pcm: 3yr lease,3month upfront and 10K miles pa - PERSONAL LEASE

£166.34 @ Select Car Leasing
Seems like quite a good deal for this sportyish, eco hatch Price based on lease over 3 years, 3 months upfront and 10,000 miles pa - other options available. Vehicle Information Manufacturer … Read More
colgrigson Avatar
6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Seems like quite a good deal for this sportyish, eco hatch

Price based on lease over 3 years, 3 months upfront and 10,000 miles pa - other options available.

Vehicle Information

Manufacturer OTR £16,195.00

Fuel Consumption 65.70 MPG

0-62 mph 11.20 secs

Fuel Type Petrol

BiK/P11D £16,195.00

CO2 Emission 99g/km

Engine Power100 PS

Transmission Manual
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
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29 Likes
stuartc73
FORD - Fix Or Repair Daily.
1983 called, they want their joke back.
12 Likes
Picture is an ST, deal is an ST-Line. Slightly misleading.
8 Likes
jmax1984
£6487.65 to have the car for 3 years and at the end of the time you'll have nothing to show for it.


Trying to think of what my equivalent railway season pass has to show... oh nothing also.
6 Likes
ahenners
Picture is an ST, deal is an ST-Line. Slightly misleading.

Nerd.

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12 Likes #1
Picture is an ST, deal is an ST-Line. Slightly misleading.
3 Likes #2
Cheaper elsewhere in whole host of places like here and here. £175/net/month for a 100hp Fiesta is not a "good deal".
1 Like #3
And if anything like the last 20 deals, there won't be stock anywhere.
2 Likes #4
Rubbish deal, you can get the 140bhp variant for less than this from a main dealer on a 2 year lease.
3 Likes #5
1.0 lol
1 Like #6
FORD - Fix Or Repair Daily.
1 Like #7
£6487.65 to have the car for 3 years and at the end of the time you'll have nothing to show for it.
1 Like #8
jmax1984
£6487.65 to have the car for 3 years and at the end of the time you'll have nothing to show for it.
£6487.65 to rent a small house (up int' North) for a year and nothing to show for it.
8 Likes #9
jmax1984
£6487.65 to have the car for 3 years and at the end of the time you'll have nothing to show for it.


Trying to think of what my equivalent railway season pass has to show... oh nothing also.
29 Likes #10
stuartc73
FORD - Fix Or Repair Daily.
1983 called, they want their joke back.
4 Likes #11
jmax1984
£6487.65 to have the car for 3 years and at the end of the time you'll have nothing to show for it.
We're 2 years into buying our Fiesta, after three years, we'll have lost around 5-6k , so not a lot of difference actually...
2 Likes #12
bilbob
stuartc73
FORD - Fix Or Repair Daily.
1983 called, they want their joke back.

Hmmm, had Fords more recent than 1983, i.e. end of 2009 and they still had 1983 reliability.
6 Likes #13
ahenners
Picture is an ST, deal is an ST-Line. Slightly misleading.

Nerd.
1 Like #14
We've got a Zetec S Black Edition we had it delivered last month. It's the previous spec as the ST line has replaced it.

We had privacy glass and spare wheel as options. We paid £485 up front, £299 admin fee and pay £162 a month for 15k mileage allowance per year, 3.3p per extra mile. 36 month lease.

We approached a few Ford dealers and they were quoting around £170 a month with cruise control added, that was with 15-18k mileage allowances.

So I would say this price is around the price you would expect to pay. Is there any admin fee?

Also, the car itself is lovely to drive. Really grips the road and plenty of power. Perhaps the dash is a little fussy. Really smooth ride as well. MPG wise we get around 35mpg around town and 50-55 on a run.
1 Like #15
jmax1984
£6487.65 to have the car for 3 years and at the end of the time you'll have nothing to show for it.

You'd have lost that in deprecation anyway, probably more.
1 Like #16
Drooler
1.0 lol

They're pretty nippy and good mpg.
1 Like #17
ses6jwg
We've got a Zetec S Black Edition we had it delivered last month. It's the previous spec as the ST line has replaced it.
We had privacy glass and spare wheel as options. We paid £485 up front, £299 admin fee and pay £162 a month for 15k mileage allowance per year, 3.3p per extra mile. 36 month lease.
We approached a few Ford dealers and they were quoting around £170 a month with cruise control added, that was with 15-18k mileage allowances.
So I would say this price is around the price you would expect to pay. Is there any admin fee?
Also, the car itself is lovely to drive. Really grips the road and plenty of power. Perhaps the dash is a little fussy. Really smooth ride as well. MPG wise we get around 35mpg around town and 50-55 on a run.
????which company did you use?
#18
zippy422
ses6jwg
We've got a Zetec S Black Edition we had it delivered last month. It's the previous spec as the ST line has replaced it.
We had privacy glass and spare wheel as options. We paid £485 up front, £299 admin fee and pay £162 a month for 15k mileage allowance per year, 3.3p per extra mile. 36 month lease.
We approached a few Ford dealers and they were quoting around £170 a month with cruise control added, that was with 15-18k mileage allowances.
So I would say this price is around the price you would expect to pay. Is there any admin fee?
Also, the car itself is lovely to drive. Really grips the road and plenty of power. Perhaps the dash is a little fussy. Really smooth ride as well. MPG wise we get around 35mpg around town and 50-55 on a run.
????which company did you use?

It was lease comparison but doubt they've got any stock left now.
#19
Lease comparison have a 2 year lease 3+23 which seems alright

£154.62 incl VAT monthly rentals

£463.86 incl VAT initial rental

its the nav model as well. however £299 admin fee
#20
stuartc73
bilbob
stuartc73
FORD - Fix Or Repair Daily.
1983 called, they want their joke back.
Hmmm, had Fords more recent than 1983, i.e. end of 2009 and they still had 1983 reliability.

I have a 2007 Fiesta and (touch wood) its never missed a beat at nearly ten years old and 92k on the clock. Only ever replaced brakes, tyres and on suspension spring. Passed its most recent MOT without even an advisory.
#21
Petrol Fiestas are better than Diesel Mondeos.
1 Like #22
Hmmm, had Fords more recent than 1983, i.e. end of 2009 and they still had 1983 reliability.[/quote]Wife's Fiesta is 2015 1.0 auto, shows 44mpg over 12k miles mixed driving and has been perfect. Surprisingly nippy but has a bit of initial turbo lag on hard acceleration. New model has paddle shift now to overcome this. Well recommended
1 Like #23
stuartc73
Petrol Fiestas are better than Diesel Mondeos.
Funny you should use that example. I'm now on my fourth in 11 years, and apart from routine wear and tear and servicing, the only 'fault' I've ever had was on the first one, when the alternator went. Over 11 years and4 cars, I've done about 200-300,000 miles.
Impeccable cars IMO. In fact, my brother in law is still driving my second, now on 190k and still going.
4 Likes #24
Drooler
1.0 lol


It's a 1L turbo. Actually the equivalent of a 1.6 as far as speed and power go, although better MPG
#25
There's some decent 24 month leases from Stoneacre (no admin fees) where you can get a 5 Door 140bhp model for similar total monthly costs.
1 Like #26
jmax1984
£6487.65 to have the car for 3 years and at the end of the time you'll have nothing to show for it.
Yes well done, you have grasped the concept of a lease deal.
#27
Drooler
1.0 lol
Most other 1.0L have around 70HP, this starts at 100 and goes to 140 in some models (ST-Line)
#28
bilbob
stuartc73
FORD - Fix Or Repair Daily.
1983 called, they want their joke back.


Well played Sir
#29
BraddersJ
Drooler
1.0 lol

It's a 1L turbo. Actually the equivalent of a 1.6 as far as speed and power go, although better MPG
Tax is £0 too, which is a nice added bonus (except the 140HP thats like £20/30 a year)
#30
Bought a 1.0 100ps zetec. Best little car we've ever had.
#31
From a family of 7, almost every car we have bought has been a ford. (Fiesta/focus). Sad I know. We must have bought around 15 in total over the years (new and secondhand) and can't remember any of they having any problems. Currently own the ST and loving it.
1 Like #32
For those of you showing various deals through Ford dealers be warned: I've been into two Ford dealers recently as they were advertising a 140 st line for £179 a month with one month as deposit. Went into Ford Thanet Saturday just gone, they said 'Ford advertise these deals but they are usually gone straight away' hence the deal isn't available anymore, the other dealer said that too. Then quoted me £2,700 deposit then £256 a month for the same car, so I told them it's false advertising! Went and got a 65 plate Audi A1 for same deposit but £150 a month.

Heat for this deal, just saying to the others don't believe every deal you see from a main Ford dealer as they don't actually exist!!
#33
New Fiesta out end of next year.
#34
got the 140 version mpg way off low 40s at best.
#35
ses6jwg
We've got a Zetec S Black Edition we had it delivered last month. It's the previous spec as the ST line has replaced it.
We had privacy glass and spare wheel as options. We paid £485 up front, £299 admin fee and pay £162 a month for 15k mileage allowance per year, 3.3p per extra mile. 36 month lease.
We approached a few Ford dealers and they were quoting around £170 a month with cruise control added, that was with 15-18k mileage allowances.
So I would say this price is around the price you would expect to pay. Is there any admin fee?
Also, the car itself is lovely to drive. Really grips the road and plenty of power. Perhaps the dash is a little fussy. Really smooth ride as well. MPG wise we get around 35mpg around town and 50-55 on a run.

IIIRC the outgoing black edition is 140bhp, this is 100, so yours is 9.0 seconds 0-62, this is 11.2 seconds. I reckon that would feel a lot slower.

Not a great deal for me this, but if it's the car you want it's a decent way of getting it unless it's abailable at discounts for pcp.

I'd give preference to the 140 variant of the 1.0 engine variant over this, but I admittedly havent tried this engine.

Edit: the current models grip is amazing, I don't know how they've made a 1.0 hatchback into such a fun and engaging car.

Edited By: 2003bluecat on Dec 15, 2016 22:27
#36
BraddersJ
Drooler
1.0 lol

It's a 1L turbo. Actually the equivalent of a 1.6 as far as speed and power go, although better MPG

Well it's not a very good 1.6 litre engine that takes the fiesta from 0-62 in 11.2 seconds then. Unless your confusing the 125/140 variants?
1 Like #37
3year lease on this ?!?!

2 year max or go PCP from a dealer for better options and cost
#38
sporty ? 11.20 lololol
#39
Those underestimating the fact this is only 1L have clearly never driven one and I highly suggest you test drive one before disregarding it.

I own the 1L Titanium X and by god, it's nippy.

The shock on folk's faces when I tell them it's only a 1L car - pure amazement. Best car I've had so far.

Avg MPG is roughly 40 or so, so satisfactory really.
#40
M0nk3h
Those underestimating the fact this is only 1L have clearly never driven one and I highly suggest you test drive one before disregarding it.
I own the 1L Titanium X and by god, it's nippy.
The shock on folk's faces when I tell them it's only a 1L car - pure amazement. Best car I've had so far.
Avg MPG is roughly 40 or so, so satisfactory really.
I'd take you for a spin in my 2door if you really want sporty... Oh it's 192bhp though and not far off that mpg too

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