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Ford Focus 1.5 TDCi (120) Titanium Navigation 5dr 2 Year Lease: £4,522.00 @ Motor Depot

£4522.00 @ Motor Depot
Motordepot continuing to offer well priced lease cars Now have a Ford Focus available @: £178 a month (24 months) £250 Deposit 8000 miles Total £4522 Pretty good for those after this ca… Read More
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Motordepot continuing to offer well priced lease cars

Now have a Ford Focus available @:

£178 a month (24 months)
£250 Deposit
8000 miles

Total £4522

Pretty good for those after this car!
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markymark34
Adao
Toybhoy
Not a great deal when you can get a VW Golf GTI for a wee bit less.
Interested in where you could get a Golf GTI for less than £4500!
let us know!
If was about the same price but is sold out now sadly. It was posted on here. Sold out in a day!

So basically you can't get a Golf GTi for less.

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1 Like #1
Not a great deal when you can get a VW Golf GTI for a wee bit less.
1 Like #2
Toybhoy
Not a great deal when you can get a VW Golf GTI for a wee bit less.
Care to share? I would be surprised but am happy to be proved wrong.
#3
Good low deposits with these deals. I wonder if we will start to see diesels drop in price as legislation and probably company car tax turns against them.
1 Like #4
scottishpunter
Good low deposits with these deals. I wonder if we will start to see diesels drop in price as legislation and probably company car tax turns against them.

I think they're more likely to hold their value until the time, which is not so far away if not happening already, where manufacturers opt away from diesel completely and stick to petrol and/or hybrid. Unless you will be doing at least 15,000 miles a year, or need to tow something big, or need a lot of seats, or need a van or a truck, then due to the high costs of maintaining diesel emissions equipment you'll be better off with a petrol engine. Tax on diesel can't or won'r rise because everything you eat and use comes on a diesel truck.
1 Like #5
Toybhoy
Not a great deal when you can get a VW Golf GTI for a wee bit less.

Interested in where you could get a Golf GTI for less than £4500!

let us know!
#6
Funny enough this company popped up on my Facebook yesterday with the same/similar deal but on a kuga for £199 and just £250 deposit - I was trying to find the catch!!
#7
Adao
Toybhoy
Not a great deal when you can get a VW Golf GTI for a wee bit less.

Interested in where you could get a Golf GTI for less than £4500!

let us know!


If was about the same price but is sold out now sadly. It was posted on here. Sold out in a day!
3 Likes #8
markymark34
Adao
Toybhoy
Not a great deal when you can get a VW Golf GTI for a wee bit less.
Interested in where you could get a Golf GTI for less than £4500!
let us know!
If was about the same price but is sold out now sadly. It was posted on here. Sold out in a day!

Pretty sure I posted it up.

The price was about £5700!
#9
Spoke with them earlier, 50 cars available 3 colours . 2-3 weeks for delivery
#10
Adao
Toybhoy
Not a great deal when you can get a VW Golf GTI for a wee bit less.
Interested in where you could get a Golf GTI for less than £4500!
let us know!

You definitely can although it may be 10 years old.

Edited By: fishmaster on Apr 09, 2017 17:05
2 Likes #11
Toybhoy
Not a great deal when you can get a VW Golf GTI for a wee bit less.

still awaiting details. thanks
#12
scottishpunter
Good low deposits with these deals. I wonder if we will start to see diesels drop in price as legislation and probably company car tax turns against them.

New ones will be Euro6 and relatively clean, so not caught up in the initial waves of 'emissions tax' in London and elsewhere. It's the older diesel cars (and trucks and buses and trains) we should be getting rid of asap.

Edited By: Besford on Apr 09, 2017 17:58
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markymark34
Adao
Toybhoy
Not a great deal when you can get a VW Golf GTI for a wee bit less.
Interested in where you could get a Golf GTI for less than £4500!
let us know!
If was about the same price but is sold out now sadly. It was posted on here. Sold out in a day!

So basically you can't get a Golf GTi for less.
1 Like #14
Besford
scottishpunter
Good low deposits with these deals. I wonder if we will start to see diesels drop in price as legislation and probably company car tax turns against them.
New ones will be Euro6 and relatively clean, so not caught up in the initial waves of 'emissions tax' in London and elsewhere. It's the older diesel cars (and trucks and buses and trains) we should be getting rid of asap.

Second this. This is my understanding. Similar policies are already in place in some EU cities.
1 Like #15
I am all for lease deals, but you can buy one of these 6 mth old from motorpoint for less than £13k with less than 10k miles. I just think that buying one of these makes more sense as in 2 years it will still have warranty remaining, you can either keep it or sell it on and highly likely you will have less depreciation than leasing and unrestricted on the mileage.

I reckon I could do 30k miles over the 2 years and still get around £9k if i sold it on

Edited By: margamboy on Apr 09, 2017 20:54
3 Likes #16
Toybhoy
Not a great deal when you can get a VW Golf GTI for a wee bit less.
So?
I'd rather have the Focus.
#17
margamboy
I am all for lease deals, but you can buy one of these 6 mth old from motorpoint for less than £13k with less than 10k miles. I just think that buying one of these makes more sense as in 2 years it will still have warranty remaining, you can either keep it or sell it on and highly likely you will have less depreciation than leasing and unrestricted on the mileage.
I reckon I could do 30k miles over the 2 years and still get around £9k if i sold it on

You'd be lucky to get that much. Quick look online and £8.5k for a 64 plate which is 2.5 years. Maybe £8k for a 3 yr old. Therefore depreciation is £5k which is the same as this lease deal if you up the mileage to 15k a year. Rather have brand new without the need for new tyres after a year and *possibly* brakes before the end of the 2nd year.
1 Like #18
Toybhoy
Not a great deal when you can get a VW Golf GTI for a wee bit less.

Ahhhh but that's the point, this ain't a Golf so hot from me.
2 Likes #19
bilbob
Toybhoy
Not a great deal when you can get a VW Golf GTI for a wee bit less.
So?
I'd rather have the Focus.

Me too.
#20
smk77
margamboy
I am all for lease deals, but you can buy one of these 6 mth old from motorpoint for less than £13k with less than 10k miles. I just think that buying one of these makes more sense as in 2 years it will still have warranty remaining, you can either keep it or sell it on and highly likely you will have less depreciation than leasing and unrestricted on the mileage.
I reckon I could do 30k miles over the 2 years and still get around £9k if i sold it on

You'd be lucky to get that much. Quick look online and £8.5k for a 64 plate which is 2.5 years. Maybe £8k for a 3 yr old. Therefore depreciation is £5k which is the same as this lease deal if you up the mileage to 15k a year. Rather have brand new without the need for new tyres after a year and *possibly* brakes before the end of the 2nd year.


Great Point. Then there's also the fact you've tied up your money until it's sold on
#21
I'm still really disappointed with modern cars, it's 2017 and the mpg's are still a joke. :(
#22
Junior2k
Funny enough this company popped up on my Facebook yesterday with the same/similar deal but on a kuga for £199 and just £250 deposit - I was trying to find the catch!!

Well the catch is that the car never belongs to you, so really you're paying £5026 to rent a car for 2 years. About the same price you could spend to buy a 2nd hand one in good condition. Will never understand people who get lease cars.
#23
djh1975
I'm still really disappointed with modern cars, it's 2017 and the mpg's are still a joke. :(

What MPG are you hoping to get? There are cars out there that get 60+ in reality.

Don't forget that due to safety etc. cars are much heavier these days, as an example, a Mk1 Golf was in the region of half a tonne lighter than a current model.
1 Like #24
steve_bezerker
Junior2k
Funny enough this company popped up on my Facebook yesterday with the same/similar deal but on a kuga for £199 and just £250 deposit - I was trying to find the catch!!
Well the catch is that the car never belongs to you, so really you're paying £5026 to rent a car for 2 years. About the same price you could spend to buy a 2nd hand one in good condition. Will never understand people who get lease cars.

Not everyone is happy to put themselves and their family in a banger - safety technology moves on quickly you know.

Leasing is a great alternative to buying a NEW car, nobody ever suggested it was comparable to running older cars and hoping for the best.
#25
ezzer72
steve_bezerker
Junior2k
Funny enough this company popped up on my Facebook yesterday with the same/similar deal but on a kuga for £199 and just £250 deposit - I was trying to find the catch!!
Well the catch is that the car never belongs to you, so really you're paying £5026 to rent a car for 2 years. About the same price you could spend to buy a 2nd hand one in good condition. Will never understand people who get lease cars.
Not everyone is happy to put themselves and their family in a banger - safety technology moves on quickly you know.
Leasing is a great alternative to buying a NEW car, nobody ever suggested it was comparable to running older cars and hoping for the best.

What? All slightly older than brand new cars are considered bangers now? I've had several 2nd hand cars in my lifetime and they've all been ridiculously reliable. I've only ever had 1 brand new car and I had nothing but problems with it, so much so that I was forced to return it. What safety technology does a 2017 car that a 2011 car doesn't have? As far as I know, nothing.
#26
m5rcc
scottishpunter
Good low deposits with these deals. I wonder if we will start to see diesels drop in price as legislation and probably company car tax turns against them.
I think they're more likely to hold their value until the time, which is not so far away if not happening already, where manufacturers opt away from diesel completely and stick to petrol and/or hybrid. Unless you will be doing at least 15,000 miles a year, or need to tow something big, or need a lot of seats, or need a van or a truck, then due to the high costs of maintaining diesel emissions equipment you'll be better off with a petrol engine. Tax on diesel can't or won'r rise because everything you eat and use comes on a diesel truck.

Nothing has been officially announced regarding the governments standpoint on diesel engines.
Nearly everything that has been announced has been dug up and enhanced by the media, to the point of deliberately causing a scare-driven rally against diesel engines.
Facts have been covered up and ignored relating to emissions of the GDI (gasoline-Turbo) engines, and Euro-6 Diesel cleanliness rarely gets mentioned.
No doubt the media will get their way eventually, and Diesel drivers will get punished.

If the government was really, really serious about reducing emissions, hybrid systems would be mandatory on all new vehicles.

Edited By: 118luke on Apr 10, 2017 14:46
1 Like #27
steve_bezerker
What? All slightly older than brand new cars are considered bangers now? I've had several 2nd hand cars in my lifetime and they've all been ridiculously reliable. I've only ever had 1 brand new car and I had nothing but problems with it, so much so that I was forced to return it. What safety technology does a 2017 car that a 2011 car doesn't have? As far as I know, nothing.

You cannot extrapolate your experiences with cars to be that of what others experience. ezzer72 is wholly right.
#28
steve_bezerker

What? All slightly older than brand new cars are considered bangers now? I've had several 2nd hand cars in my lifetime and they've all been ridiculously reliable. I've only ever had 1 brand new car and I had nothing but problems with it, so much so that I was forced to return it. What safety technology does a 2017 car that a 2011 car doesn't have? As far as I know, nothing.

How have you gone from £5,000 cars, to slightly older than brand new? In terms of a Focus diesel, £5,000 will buy you a 5 or 6 year old one roughly (unless you opt for 'moon miles').

And yes, the EuroNCAP test gets tougher every year, there will be a huge amount of differences from 2011 to now.

I sympathise that your one brand new car had problems, but quite obviously that isn't the norm.
#29
118luke
Nothing has been officially announced regarding the governments standpoint on diesel engines.
Nearly everything that has been announced has been dug up and enhanced by the media, to the point of deliberately causing a scare-driven rally against diesel engines.
Facts have been covered up and ignored relating to emissions of the GDI (gasoline-Turbo) engines, and Euro-6 Diesel cleanliness rarely gets mentioned.
No doubt the media will get their way eventually, and Diesel drivers will get punished.

I wouldn't worry too much. If the UK does proceed in leaving the EU, then any UK government will not care about air pollution.
#30
m5rcc
steve_bezerker
What? All slightly older than brand new cars are considered bangers now? I've had several 2nd hand cars in my lifetime and they've all been ridiculously reliable. I've only ever had 1 brand new car and I had nothing but problems with it, so much so that I was forced to return it. What safety technology does a 2017 car that a 2011 car doesn't have? As far as I know, nothing.
You cannot extrapolate your experiences with cars to be that of what others experience. ezzer72 is wholly right.

Thanks for your totally non-relative comment that adds no real substance at all to this debate. We've moved on now, thank you though.
#31
118luke
If the government was really, really serious about reducing emissions, hybrid systems would be mandatory on all new vehicles.

But it isn't. Many UK cities keep breaking EU limits on air pollution.
#32
steve_bezerker
Thanks for your totally non-relative comment that adds no real substance at all to this debate. We've moved on now, thank you though.

Non-relative to you. Completely relative in this context. Thank you for your contribution!
#33
ezzer72
steve_bezerker

What? All slightly older than brand new cars are considered bangers now? I've had several 2nd hand cars in my lifetime and they've all been ridiculously reliable. I've only ever had 1 brand new car and I had nothing but problems with it, so much so that I was forced to return it. What safety technology does a 2017 car that a 2011 car doesn't have? As far as I know, nothing.
How have you gone from £5,000 cars, to slightly older than brand new? In terms of a Focus diesel, £5,000 will buy you a 5 or 6 year old one roughly (unless you opt for 'moon miles').

And yes, the EuroNCAP test gets tougher every year, there will be a huge amount of differences from 2011 to now.

I sympathise that your one brand new car had problems, but quite obviously that isn't the norm.

A quick search on Ebay shows that you can pick up a Focus with 50k miles for 6k~, and these are for 10-11 plates so yes, 5-6 years old. I would not be considered that car 'old' considering that the majority of leases run for 24 months total. I don't really care for this debate if i'm honest. I think leasing is an absolute enormity of wasted time and money, but each to their own. I don't like giving thousands of pounds away for not much of anything.
#34
steve_bezerker
ezzer72
steve_bezerker

What? All slightly older than brand new cars are considered bangers now? I've had several 2nd hand cars in my lifetime and they've all been ridiculously reliable. I've only ever had 1 brand new car and I had nothing but problems with it, so much so that I was forced to return it. What safety technology does a 2017 car that a 2011 car doesn't have? As far as I know, nothing.
How have you gone from £5,000 cars, to slightly older than brand new? In terms of a Focus diesel, £5,000 will buy you a 5 or 6 year old one roughly (unless you opt for 'moon miles').
And yes, the EuroNCAP test gets tougher every year, there will be a huge amount of differences from 2011 to now.
I sympathise that your one brand new car had problems, but quite obviously that isn't the norm.
A quick search on Ebay shows that you can pick up a Focus with 50k miles for 6k~, and these are for 10-11 plates so yes, 5-6 years old. I would not be considered that car 'old' considering that the majority of leases run for 24 months total. I don't really care for this debate if i'm honest. I think leasing is an absolute enormity of wasted time and money, but each to their own. I don't like giving thousands of pounds away for not much of anything.

Okay, so £6,000 for a 10 plate (which is now 7 years old), so £5,000 maybe takes you back to 2009 then...that's quite old for a car.

You don't always get something to keep for your money. What about holidays, and the many people who rent their homes? Not to mention a 20 a day smoker spending £3000+ per year on cigarettes.

If you aren't into cars then no worries, but for some people they are important.
#35
ezzer72
Okay, so £6,000 for a 10 plate (which is now 7 years old), so £5,000 maybe takes you back to 2009 then...that's quite old for a car.
You don't always get something to keep for your money. What about holidays, and the many people who rent their homes? Not to mention a 20 a day smoker spending £3000+ per year on cigarettes.
If you aren't into cars then no worries, but for some people they are important.

Naturally he omits all the problems of owning a diesel car of such an age. I would think very carefully before opting for a diesel car in the long-term because the cost of repairs and maintenance in years three to six, let alone seven years, of the DPF, DMF, EGR, turbo, timing belt will vastly outweigh any economy benefit. And don't even think of buying a three-year-old 80,000 mile ex-fleet diesel car because you could be hit with £3000 - £5000 in repairs during your first year of ownership. Then there is expenses like the MOTs, of which there is no guarantee of being passed, coupled with potentially replacing other non-diesel parts that have already gone through six years worth of usage.
#36
plus the lease deal advertised comes with tax icluded, just another little extra, oh yeah, plus main dealer warranty... Im very tempted now but always did see them as a waste... im seriously starting to look into this... My 2008 mondeo diesel is 185pa to tax, thats a months payment already...

Edited By: murlande on Apr 10, 2017 15:58
#37
m5rcc
ezzer72
Okay, so £6,000 for a 10 plate (which is now 7 years old), so £5,000 maybe takes you back to 2009 then...that's quite old for a car.
You don't always get something to keep for your money. What about holidays, and the many people who rent their homes? Not to mention a 20 a day smoker spending £3000+ per year on cigarettes.
If you aren't into cars then no worries, but for some people they are important.
Naturally he omits all the problems of owning a diesel car of such an age. I would think very carefully before opting for a diesel car in the long-term because the cost of repairs and maintenance in years three to six, let alone seven years, of the DPF, DMF, EGR, turbo, timing belt will vastly outweigh any economy benefit. And don't even think of buying a three-year-old 80,000 mile ex-fleet diesel car because you could be hit with £3000 - £5000 in repairs during your first year of ownership. Then there is expenses like the MOTs, of which there is no guarantee of being passed, coupled with potentially replacing other non-diesel parts that have already gone through six years worth of usage.

What a load of tosh. I still own to this day a 2003 Ford Fiesta 1.4 Tdci, I give it to various family members as a trainer car and it's had absolutely no problems in it's 14 year life. It's had a new clutch fairly recently and it's had the usual swapping of the cambelt but it's had absolutely no problems where emissions are concerned, be it DPF or not, I find this is MUCH more of a problem on modern cars, as I am currently driving a 2016 Insignia and have already started to run Redex and other additives through the fuel to help the regeneration.

I bought that car for £2,700 with 40k miles on the clock back in 2010 and it's been a monster of a car. 0 break downs. 0 problems. 100% reliability.
#38
ezzer72
steve_bezerker
ezzer72
steve_bezerker

What? All slightly older than brand new cars are considered bangers now? I've had several 2nd hand cars in my lifetime and they've all been ridiculously reliable. I've only ever had 1 brand new car and I had nothing but problems with it, so much so that I was forced to return it. What safety technology does a 2017 car that a 2011 car doesn't have? As far as I know, nothing.
How have you gone from £5,000 cars, to slightly older than brand new? In terms of a Focus diesel, £5,000 will buy you a 5 or 6 year old one roughly (unless you opt for 'moon miles').
And yes, the EuroNCAP test gets tougher every year, there will be a huge amount of differences from 2011 to now.
I sympathise that your one brand new car had problems, but quite obviously that isn't the norm.
A quick search on Ebay shows that you can pick up a Focus with 50k miles for 6k~, and these are for 10-11 plates so yes, 5-6 years old. I would not be considered that car 'old' considering that the majority of leases run for 24 months total. I don't really care for this debate if i'm honest. I think leasing is an absolute enormity of wasted time and money, but each to their own. I don't like giving thousands of pounds away for not much of anything.
Okay, so £6,000 for a 10 plate (which is now 7 years old), so £5,000 maybe takes you back to 2009 then...that's quite old for a car.

You don't always get something to keep for your money. What about holidays, and the many people who rent their homes? Not to mention a 20 a day smoker spending £3000+ per year on cigarettes.

If you aren't into cars then no worries, but for some people they are important.

I'm not implying that any of the things you mentioned is any better. Cigarettes is a massive waste of money, everybody would agree with that. Some people enjoy it - and most of them would also agree it's a waste. Renting is for suckers as well, it's just dead money.

Sure you can live there, but you can't do what you want, can't move your pets in, or re-decorate half the time.Not sure holiday's should be on that list, unless you're wasting the good years at club 18-30. I think paying 1-2k a year for a cultural learning experience is invaluable and not to be considered 'materialistic'.

In any case, if cars were 'that important' to you, you wouldn't be boasting about driving around in a Ford Focus - brand new or not. It's one of the most common cars on the road and at the end of the day, nobody gives a rats ass if it's 1 year old, or 6 years old.
#39
steve_bezerker
m5rcc
ezzer72
Okay, so £6,000 for a 10 plate (which is now 7 years old), so £5,000 maybe takes you back to 2009 then...that's quite old for a car.
You don't always get something to keep for your money. What about holidays, and the many people who rent their homes? Not to mention a 20 a day smoker spending £3000+ per year on cigarettes.
If you aren't into cars then no worries, but for some people they are important.
Naturally he omits all the problems of owning a diesel car of such an age. I would think very carefully before opting for a diesel car in the long-term because the cost of repairs and maintenance in years three to six, let alone seven years, of the DPF, DMF, EGR, turbo, timing belt will vastly outweigh any economy benefit. And don't even think of buying a three-year-old 80,000 mile ex-fleet diesel car because you could be hit with £3000 - £5000 in repairs during your first year of ownership. Then there is expenses like the MOTs, of which there is no guarantee of being passed, coupled with potentially replacing other non-diesel parts that have already gone through six years worth of usage.

What a load of tosh. I still own to this day a 2003 Ford Fiesta 1.4 Tdci, I give it to various family members as a trainer car and it's had absolutely no problems in it's 14 year life. It's had a new clutch fairly recently and it's had the usual swapping of the cambelt but it's had absolutely no problems where emissions are concerned, be it DPF or not, I find this is MUCH more of a problem on modern cars, as I am currently driving a 2016 Insignia and have already started to run Redex and other additives through the fuel to help the regeneration.

I bought that car for £2,700 with 40k miles on the clock back in 2010 and it's been a monster of a car. 0 break downs. 0 problems. 100% reliability.


What's the story with the Insignia Steve? Have you bought that outright?
#40
murlande
plus the lease deal advertised comes with tax icluded, just another little extra, oh yeah, plus main dealer warranty... Im very tempted now but always did see them as a waste... im seriously starting to look into this... My 2008 mondeo diesel is 185pa to tax, thats a months payment already...

I'm not sure paying £185 to tax a good car for an entire year is worth dropping £5k for an entirely new car that you have to give back in 24 months time, but there are numerous factors to consider - where you live and park, if the car is likely to get damaged than you will end up paying a fortune and still give it back and how many miles you do in a year. I think the UK national average is between 6 and 7k so if you're using that diesel more than the average driver you'll get battered on mileage charges too.
I'd consider your options and if you aren't using that diesel as much as you should would even recommend switching to Petrol with the introduction of the new Diesel tax laws being imminent.

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