Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 Titanium, Nav, 5dr - 2 Year Lease 4319.76 @ Fleetprices - HotUKDeals
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Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 Titanium, Nav, 5dr - 2 Year Lease 4,319.76 @ Fleetprices

£4319.76 @ Fleetprices
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
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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 125 Titanium Navigation 5dr, Hatchback
Contract term 24 months
Rental profile 1 + 23
Annual mileage 8000
Processing fee £0
Finance doc fee £0.00
Production status Current model
Warranty included yes

EDIT: I've spoke with Fleet Prices and their price has dropped again, it's now approx £250 cheaper than when I posted it this morning. Great deal.
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nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.
This is a lease of a brand new car.
13 Likes
Stevie.Badman
nearly 4 and a half bags to rent a car??


Wondered how long it would be.....

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2 Likes #1
I'm in the market for this exact car and this is the best price I have found. If you vote cold for any reason please be helpful and let me know where you've seen a better deal!
1 Like #2
already posted, don't have any solid red left but metallic is discounted
1 Like #3
Good deal
1 Like #4
Redonkulous
already posted, don't have any solid red left but metallic is discounted
Damn, I didn't see it, and I've been searching for the past month or two

EDIT: It's now cheaper than the others posted.

Edited By: wayne3004 on Mar 11, 2017 10:22: Price decrease
2 Likes #5
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.
1 Like #6
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.
renault clio 0.9 turbo's have been on the road for maybe 5 years now, maybe that should be a guide for these?
1 Like #7
Great deal and didn't see the previous post so heat from me.
15 Likes #8
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.
This is a lease of a brand new car.
1 Like #9
leitchyleck
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.
renault clio 0.9 turbo's have been on the road for maybe 5 years now, maybe that should be a guide for these?


It's apparently the most seen engine in the workshop for failures you tend to get at end of life on larger engined cars.
3 Likes #10
wayne3004
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.
This is a lease of a brand new car.


True, so if you give it back at end of lease its not an issue. If however you decide to buy it out end of lease I'm just giving people a heads up. I love fords and have had many in the last 20 years. It's just these heavily tuned small engine turbo cars you need to be careful about. Personally I would go for a 1.4 petrol over one of these.
18 Likes #11
0 to 60 in 2 days
1 Like #12
Nothing in your post adds up.. The numbers you've put come to £4319.76, not £4149.77 and you've put 9+23 and the price for 1+23.

Interested as I'm putting an order through for same company for the higher price at around £4230
2 Likes #13
nipstyler
wayne3004
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.
This is a lease of a brand new car.
True, so if you give it back at end of lease its not an issue. If however you decide to buy it out end of lease I'm just giving people a heads up. I love fords and have had many in the last 20 years. It's just these heavily tuned small engine turbo cars you need to be careful about. Personally I would go for a 1.4 petrol over one of these.

You don't have the option to buy at the end of a lease. It's like hiring a car on holiday, you give it back (hopefully in good condition) and you forget all about it.
2 Likes #14
Mada06
nipstyler
wayne3004
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.
This is a lease of a brand new car.
True, so if you give it back at end of lease its not an issue. If however you decide to buy it out end of lease I'm just giving people a heads up. I love fords and have had many in the last 20 years. It's just these heavily tuned small engine turbo cars you need to be careful about. Personally I would go for a 1.4 petrol over one of these.
You don't have the option to buy at the end of a lease. It's like hiring a car on holiday, you give it back (hopefully in good condition) and you forget all about it.

Most (All?) leases will give you the option of extending the lease or a price to buy the car
1 Like #15
Mada06
nipstyler
wayne3004
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.
This is a lease of a brand new car.
True, so if you give it back at end of lease its not an issue. If however you decide to buy it out end of lease I'm just giving people a heads up. I love fords and have had many in the last 20 years. It's just these heavily tuned small engine turbo cars you need to be careful about. Personally I would go for a 1.4 petrol over one of these.

You don't have the option to buy at the end of a lease. It's like hiring a car on holiday, you give it back (hopefully in good condition) and you forget all about it.


All lease companies offer to sell you the car at the end. It's the most profitable way they can get rid of it at end of lease. I've driven leased vehicles for the last 10 years and they have all offered to sell the car to me at the end for a ridiculous price. I thrash cars I lease and would never buy one because I know exactly how it's been treated.
2 Likes #16
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.

Totally irrelevant comment!... This is for a brand new car with a warranty.
#17
I edited my post. Should be 1+23
leebyron
Nothing in your post adds up.. The numbers you've put come to £4319.76, not £4149.77 and you've put 9+23 and the price for 1+23.
Interested as I'm putting an order through for same company for the higher price at around £4230
#18
nipstyler
Mada06
nipstyler
wayne3004
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.
This is a lease of a brand new car.
True, so if you give it back at end of lease its not an issue. If however you decide to buy it out end of lease I'm just giving people a heads up. I love fords and have had many in the last 20 years. It's just these heavily tuned small engine turbo cars you need to be careful about. Personally I would go for a 1.4 petrol over one of these.
You don't have the option to buy at the end of a lease. It's like hiring a car on holiday, you give it back (hopefully in good condition) and you forget all about it.
All lease companies offer to sell you the car at the end. It's the most profitable way they can get rid of it at end of lease. I've driven leased vehicles for the last 10 years and they have all offered to sell the car to me at the end for a ridiculous price. I thrash cars I lease and would never buy one because I know exactly how it's been treated.


Had 4 lease cars in the family, and never been offered a purchase price. Have never asked mind you.

Edited By: scottishpunter on Mar 11, 2017 14:28
1 Like #19
wayne3004
I edited my post. Should be 1+23
leebyron
Nothing in your post adds up.. The numbers you've put come to £4319.76, not £4149.77 and you've put 9+23 and the price for 1+23.
Interested as I'm putting an order through for same company for the higher price at around £4230

Cheers, same price I got then. Have just sent them my signed order :)
2 Likes #20
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.


I will second that, they are heavily reliant on the turbos so when they go your looking at serious money!
#21
Cracking deal.
3 Likes #22
nearly 4 and a half bags to rent a car??
13 Likes #23
Stevie.Badman
nearly 4 and a half bags to rent a car??


Wondered how long it would be.....
1 Like #24
What's not to like at this price!
#25
I can't see a 1 + 23 anywhere?
4 Likes #26
jfclfc
0 to 60 in 2 days


If you have any faster 17 plate cars at this price you should post a deal
1 Like #27
jan08
I can't see a 1 + 23 anywhere?


Struggling to see that as well
3 Likes #28
neilmc1983
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.

Totally irrelevant comment!... This is for a brand new car with a warranty.


How is it irrelevant? Reliability of a loan lease hire or purchased car still impacts your use of the vehicle. Whether it's covered by warranty or not I'm sure you would rather be driving the car you are paying for...
#29
rilzer
jan08
I can't see a 1 + 23 anywhere?
Struggling to see that as well
I phoned up. The OP was edited from 9+23 after speaking with Elena at Fleet Prices.
#30
That's a great price
#31
Stevie.Badman
nearly 4 and a half bags to rent a car??


For 24 months and it's a brand new car
1 Like #32
leebyron
Mada06
nipstyler
wayne3004
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.
This is a lease of a brand new car.
True, so if you give it back at end of lease its not an issue. If however you decide to buy it out end of lease I'm just giving people a heads up. I love fords and have had many in the last 20 years. It's just these heavily tuned small engine turbo cars you need to be careful about. Personally I would go for a 1.4 petrol over one of these.
You don't have the option to buy at the end of a lease. It's like hiring a car on holiday, you give it back (hopefully in good condition) and you forget all about it.
Most (All?) leases will give you the option of extending the lease or a price to buy the car

nipstyler
Mada06
nipstyler
wayne3004
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.
This is a lease of a brand new car.
True, so if you give it back at end of lease its not an issue. If however you decide to buy it out end of lease I'm just giving people a heads up. I love fords and have had many in the last 20 years. It's just these heavily tuned small engine turbo cars you need to be careful about. Personally I would go for a 1.4 petrol over one of these.
You don't have the option to buy at the end of a lease. It's like hiring a car on holiday, you give it back (hopefully in good condition) and you forget all about it.
All lease companies offer to sell you the car at the end. It's the most profitable way they can get rid of it at end of lease. I've driven leased vehicles for the last 10 years and they have all offered to sell the car to me at the end for a ridiculous price. I thrash cars I lease and would never buy one because I know exactly how it's been treated.

Never happened to me and I have leased cars from Ford directly. My last one was already sold and on it's way to its new owner via BCA when they drove it off my drive. A lot of leases go in to the approved dealer network too and some are leased at a loss to facilitate the used stock.

Sure you aren't confusing this with PCP?


Edited By: Mada06 on Mar 11, 2017 19:23
#33
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.

Appears to be a result of coolant loss that the engine fails >

http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/user-article/111213/ford-focus-1-0
#34
Stevie.Badman
nearly 4 and a half bags to rent a car??


you mean 4 and half bones?
#35
the best lease deal has been for golf r.
2 Likes #36
vtec
the best lease deal has been for golf r.

Not true. It was the VW Passat all track which I was one of the lucky few to get.
1 Like #37
vtec
the best lease deal has been for golf r.

Wish that deal was still available - Or anything close to it, now my lease is due!
#38
cold. found a better deal
#39
neilmc1983
nipstyler
Word of warning from a Ford mechanic mate of mine. He wouldn't buy one of these heavily tuned tiny turbo engines. Under warranty they will repair but a second hand one is a mistake.

Totally irrelevant comment!... This is for a brand new car with a warranty.


and you will only have it for 2 years .... let's talk about when it's 15 years old also when you won't own it ... lol
#40
think it's total rubbish but irrelevant because you will have it for 2 years of the 3 year warranty pointless comment just to make it sound like you know a thing . .

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