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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
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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 miles a year but there was lots of other options with different deposits and miles

The offer I was going to take was a 1+23 that was £179 and is now £169

The person I ordered from was really helpful and very efficient too

The offer is for 17 plate cars that will be registered at the end of the month they have quoted me 3-4 weeks delivery

I guess they are looking for lots of sales before the new road tax increase

One-off processing fee of £298.80.

- shuwaz
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#1
Great deal (quite tempted with this myself) probably trying to sell as many as they can before the tax rise
Also it doesn't include metallic paint either (not a worry personally but some people might like it)

Edited By: nathan3007 on Mar 07, 2017 14:58: ...
2 Likes #2
You missed the one off processing fee £298.80

Nice cars - had a few in this spec on hire and liked them
3 Likes #3
Great price but don't expect anywhere near the claimed mpg - you'd be likely to get 42ish.
#4
Has anyone here used Fleet Prices before? Any good? Can't seem to find any reviews online.
#5
Good deal until as plane_boy says the processing fee kicks in.
plane_boy2000
You missed the one off processing fee £298.80
Nice cars - had a few in this spec on hire and liked them


Edited By: nickrenwick on Mar 07, 2017 16:18
#6
I drove an ST-Line version with the same engine and was pleasantly surprised. It's true that the MPG figures are optimistic, but it's not all that thirsty. In the end I went with a Leon with the 1.4 (150) engine as it was only slightly more expensive, but the Focus did leave me with a good impression...
1 Like #7
I recommend the 125ps variant over the 100ps, if for nothing more than the 6th gear it brings. Very capable car either way for the average driver... And even has enough when the urge takes you to get the heart racing.
#8
Naith
I drove an ST-Line version with the same engine and was pleasantly surprised. It's true that the MPG figures are optimistic, but it's not all that thirsty. In the end I went with a Leon with the 1.4 (150) engine as it was only slightly more expensive, but the Focus did leave me with a good impression...
Hi is your Leon got the cylinder shut off what mpg do you get ? My 1.4 Tsi golf dog average is 46 mpg
#9
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
#10
plane_boy2000
You missed the one off processing fee £298.80
Nice cars - had a few in this spec on hire and liked them
I didn't miss it off I said in the description, but most places take a processing/admin fee and even with that it's under £5k
#11
These are nice inside but only downside is the EcoBANG engine. Its hardly eco, needs worked hard and a number of them have gone pop.
#12
LOUGHBORO.GUY
Hi is your Leon got the cylinder shut off what mpg do you get ? My 1.4 Tsi golf dog average is 46 mpg

I'd wait for a lease deal with the new VAG 1.5 TSI.
#13
Nice deal.
Ford moving to Germany after Brexit if Tariff-free trade not agreed. Feel sad for the 14000 British workers now facing job uncertainty.
3 Likes #14
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
:) indeed, surely you need 200bhp to go up a hill!
Are you towing an HGV?
1 Like #15
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Are you over 18?

125 bhp is more than enough......
#16
Ross81
These are nice inside but only downside is the EcoBANG engine. Its hardly eco, needs worked hard and a number of them have gone pop.

Eco Bang ? More info please, I was looking into getting one as my Second car.
#17
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.

Just proven you know jack about this engine as it has similar output to the older 1:6 engine .Pretty sure it won engine of the year when launched
#18
Drove the 125ps estate version as a hire car in Spain. Could certainly go up hills and got worse MPG than my 1.6 mk1 estate till I got used to it, but I couldn't manage much more than 40.

Wonderfully revvy however, and not much turbo lag due to its cleverness.

Edited By: thel33ter on Mar 07, 2017 17:48
1 Like #19
Seems a really good price
#20
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Are you over 18?
125 bhp is more than enough......



rickj
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Just proven you know jack about this engine as it has similar output to the older 1:6 engine .Pretty sure it won engine of the year when launched


Get 230bhp from my 1.6


Edited By: TheBiker on Mar 07, 2017 18:20
#21
rickj
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Just proven you know jack about this engine as it has similar output to the older 1:6 engine .Pretty sure it won engine of the year when launched
Its won engine of the year 4 years running
1 Like #22
TheBiker
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Are you over 18?
125 bhp is more than enough......
rickj
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Just proven you know jack about this engine as it has similar output to the older 1:6 engine .Pretty sure it won engine of the year when launched
Get 230bhp from my 1.6
How is that relevant
2 Likes #23
TheBiker
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Are you over 18?
125 bhp is more than enough......


rickj
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Just proven you know jack about this engine as it has similar output to the older 1:6 engine .Pretty sure it won engine of the year when launched

Get 230bhp from my 1.6

If my auntie had balls,she'd be by uncle.
#24
Millionvoltage
Ross81
These are nice inside but only downside is the EcoBANG engine. Its hardly eco, needs worked hard and a number of them have gone pop.
Eco Bang ? More info please, I was looking into getting one as my Second car.

My Ecoboost went pop the other week. 6 months out of warranty needs a new engine and turbo. Google ecoboost degas hose. They may have sorted the issue with these later models but my confidence in Ford has been shot
3 Likes #25
Sqsq
Nice deal.
Ford moving to Germany after Brexit if Tariff-free trade not agreed. Feel sad for the 14000 British workers now facing job uncertainty.


Unless ford pushed their employees to vote no to brexit I'd say half of them chose their own job uncertainty
2 Likes #26
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? ;)
#27
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
TheBiker
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Are you over 18?
125 bhp is more than enough......
rickj
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Just proven you know jack about this engine as it has similar output to the older 1:6 engine .Pretty sure it won engine of the year when launched
Get 230bhp from my 1.6
If my auntie had balls,she'd be by uncle.

2013 Corsa VXR Stage 2 with larger injectors.

Read and weep 8)
#28
mntada
Millionvoltage
Ross81
These are nice inside but only downside is the EcoBANG engine. Its hardly eco, needs worked hard and a number of them have gone pop.
Eco Bang ? More info please, I was looking into getting one as my Second car.
My Ecoboost went pop the other week. 6 months out of warranty needs a new engine and turbo. Google ecoboost degas hose. They may have sorted the issue with these later models but my confidence in Ford has been shot


Seems a good argument for a 2 year lease v the second hand option, as you will be well within the warranty period.
#29
excellent!! cheers!!
#30
Sqsq
Nice deal.
Ford moving to Germany after Brexit if Tariff-free trade not agreed. Feel sad for the 14000 British workers now facing job uncertainty.


never going to happen.

it's a negotiating stance by ford
#31
TheBiker
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
TheBiker
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Are you over 18?
125 bhp is more than enough......
rickj
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Just proven you know jack about this engine as it has similar output to the older 1:6 engine .Pretty sure it won engine of the year when launched
Get 230bhp from my 1.6
If my auntie had balls,she'd be by uncle.

2013 Corsa VXR Stage 2 with larger injectors.

Read and weep 8)


wuss.

380 bhp from our 2.0. and that's from the factory. 8)
#32
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.
#33
Millionvoltage
Ross81
These are nice inside but only downside is the EcoBANG engine. Its hardly eco, needs worked hard and a number of them have gone pop.

Eco Bang ? More info please, I was looking into getting one as my Second car.


New on a lease I wouldn't worry too much as you'll be fully warranted but just Google it, many have gone pop.
#34
leechuter
Its won engine of the year 4 years running

Three years running as International Engine of the Year, five years as sub-1 litre engine of the year.
#35
pgilc1
TheBiker
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
TheBiker
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Are you over 18?
125 bhp is more than enough......
rickj
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Just proven you know jack about this engine as it has similar output to the older 1:6 engine .Pretty sure it won engine of the year when launched
Get 230bhp from my 1.6
If my auntie had balls,she'd be by uncle.
2013 Corsa VXR Stage 2 with larger injectors.
Read and weep 8)
wuss.
380 bhp from our 2.0. and that's from the factory. 8)

Don't even go there.

Before that I owned a VXR8 with 420BHP from factory 8)8) so turn the lights off on your way out.

Edited By: TheBiker on Mar 07, 2017 19:27
#36
pgilc1
TheBiker
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
TheBiker
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Are you over 18?
125 bhp is more than enough......
rickj
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Just proven you know jack about this engine as it has similar output to the older 1:6 engine .Pretty sure it won engine of the year when launched
Get 230bhp from my 1.6
If my auntie had balls,she'd be by uncle.
2013 Corsa VXR Stage 2 with larger injectors.
Read and weep 8)
wuss.
380 bhp from our 2.0. and that's from the factory. 8)
Sorry would like to believe you but the amg 45 only gets 355bhp
#37
databar
pgilc1
TheBiker
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
TheBiker
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Are you over 18?
125 bhp is more than enough......
rickj
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Just proven you know jack about this engine as it has similar output to the older 1:6 engine .Pretty sure it won engine of the year when launched
Get 230bhp from my 1.6
If my auntie had balls,she'd be by uncle.
2013 Corsa VXR Stage 2 with larger injectors.
Read and weep 8)
wuss.
380 bhp from our 2.0. and that's from the factory. 8)
Sorry would like to believe you but the amg 45 only gets 355bhp

Actually, we're both wrong. I thought it was 380BHP, its "just" 376BHP. The 376BHP came with the facelifted model, that came out in 2015.

Pic of one like ours with correct BHP figures...

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201701191452242?colour=Red&postcode=l693gh&radius=1500&model=A%20CLASS&make=MERCEDES-BENZ&year-from=2016&sort=price-asc&aggregatedTrim=A45&advertising-location=at_cars&onesearchad=Used&onesearchad=Nearly%20New&onesearchad=New&page=1

Pic of ours...

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v647/pgilc1/Mercedes%20A45/20161030_112622_zpsq0hwxovi.jpg

Ours is Oct 16.

Stage 1 remap planned for later this year to 430BHP ish. 8)

Just for **** and giggles.


Edited By: pgilc1 on Mar 07, 2017 19:34
#38
TheBiker
pgilc1
TheBiker
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
TheBiker
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Are you over 18?
125 bhp is more than enough......
rickj
littld
Good if you live in a flat area, not really got the power to go up hills.
Just proven you know jack about this engine as it has similar output to the older 1:6 engine .Pretty sure it won engine of the year when launched
Get 230bhp from my 1.6
If my auntie had balls,she'd be by uncle.
2013 Corsa VXR Stage 2 with larger injectors.
Read and weep 8)
wuss.
380 bhp from our 2.0. and that's from the factory. 8)
Don't even go there.
Before that I owned a VXR8 with 420BHP from factory 8)8) so turn the lights off on your way out.

The difference being our A45 can go round corners.

And handle.

And is quicker off the line.

And is quicker all over the place actually

And has AWD

Dont get me wrong - the VXR8 is a nice enough car, but lets be honest here - its not really going to worry an A45.






Edited By: pgilc1 on Mar 07, 2017 20:06: e
1 Like #39
So what is this 'everything going on in the news with diesel'?
As far as I can see that would be absolutely nothing in terms of leasing and driving diesels.
1 Like #40
fireman1
So what is this 'everything going on in the news with diesel'?
As far as I can see that would be absolutely nothing in terms of leasing and driving diesels.

Yeah not relevant at all to leasing.

Its all a bit of a non story. The press have twigged theres a wound to be picked at with diesels after VW dieselgate so they're trying to vilify them.

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