Ford Mondeo Estate Lease 2.0 TDCi - Titanium-X Business Ed 163ps deposit of £1267 [6*£211.19] and Total Cost of £6125 [(23+6)*£211.19)] @ G2L Usual T&C's apply - HotUKDeals
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I thought this looked like a good deal considering the spec. I'll let the Jury decide. Car in stock for immediate delivery

£ 211.19 inclusive of VAT per month 24 Month Contract
6+23 Payment Profile
Initial Payment = £1055.94 (Excl. VAT) £1266.66 (inc)
10,000 miles per annum
Metallic Paint
Total Price: 6096.47

Ford price: £25,345 - (@ 24 moths old with 20K miles this will be worth approx £15.350 according to TC harrison URL)
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imiskeen
sircrusticroc
Don't forget when you hand it back you'll be charged a couple of thou to bring it up too showroom standard - ALWAYS.

Be warned.

Absolute TOSH! I've had many leases and never been charged a penny upon return. (btw: I liked your comment because I LOL'd at it. - I am guessing by your username that the reply was sarcasm) This reply is just in case it wasn't. :)

Three rules to avoid fees upon return.
1. Learn to park properly
2. Don't smoke in it
3. Don't wash it with a Brillo pad

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1 Like #1
Great deal for the dealer. They get £6000+ of yours and a 2 year old car with 20000k on the clock to sell when you hand it back. 10,000 miles per annum useless for most people looking for this sort of car.
#2
Not voting either way by the way. As the market goes you'd struggle to get cheaper but just don't see the point really.
#3
Remember the new Ford Fusion is due end of this year.

My 2 year Mondeo 163ps done 39k had gearbox dropped and full clutch replacement due to a fault paid for by Ford.

Good cars but read the small print, who covers what?
#4
Dealers make around £1,500 profit per car and think mondeo prices will drop fast first quarter 2015
banned#5
Dr Manhattan
Great deal for the dealer. They get £6000+ of yours and a 2 year old car with 20000k on the clock to sell when you hand it back. 10,000 miles per annum useless for most people looking for this sort of car.

Exactly, plus they'll pay nothing like £25,345 in the first place, try something like £19,000
banned#6
And it's actually an average of £254/ month
#7
Good deal. If you need a decent sized diesel estate then I don't think you'll find much cheaper
3 Likes #8
Dr Manhattan
Great deal for the dealer. They get £6000+ of yours and a 2 year old car with 20000k on the clock to sell when you hand it back. 10,000 miles per annum useless for most people looking for this sort of car.

Yeah, but let's be right here. The majority of people who lease their car, either get car allowances from their employer -or- they are after a cheap way to drive a nice new car every 2 years. The idea of actually owning a brand new car for most is as out of reach as owning a home in the UK nowadays.

Sadly the amount of People who actually buy cars to keep and run into the ground nowadays is also on the decline. I would hazard a guess that the majority of new cars are financed. Leasing generally works out cheaper than your average finance deal, and still the majority of ppl who use finance, re-new their car every 2 - 3 years on average.?? (Which I never understand?)

Also - I get a car allowance and drive an average of 11K miles a year. The first 20% of miles over the 10K contract are charged at 7p a mile. So, for an extra £140 you can use this for 12K miles a year, without penalty, which is what I've been doing for years. So, a 10K allowance can be 12K very competitively so, not useless at all. (This is usual for the majority of lease deals)





Edited By: imiskeen on Jul 23, 2014 21:37: x
#9
imiskeen
Dr Manhattan
Great deal for the dealer. They get £6000+ of yours and a 2 year old car with 20000k on the clock to sell when you hand it back. 10,000 miles per annum useless for most people looking for this sort of car.

Yeah, but let's be right here. The majority of people who lease their car, either get car allowances from their employer -or- they are after a cheap way to drive a nice new car every 2 years. The idea of actually owning a brand new car for most is as out of reach as owning a home in the UK nowadays.

Sadly the amount of People who actually buy cars to keep and run into the ground nowadays is also on the decline. I would hazard a guess that the majority of new cars are financed. Leasing generally works out cheaper than your average finance deal, and still the majority of ppl who use finance, re-new their car every 2 - 3 years on average.?? (Which I never understand?)

Also - I get a car allowance and drive an average of 11K miles a year. The first 20% of miles over the 10K contract are charged at 7p a mile. So, for an extra £140 you can use this for 12K miles a year, without penalty, which is what I've been doing for years. So, a 10K allowance can be 12K very competitively so, not useless at all. (This is usual for the majority of lease deals)


I guess I'm in the minority then as I've been offered and ordered a 5 series Touring on BMWs 4 year PCP inc balloon payment at the end for less than I could buy it with cash / personal loan (at 3.9%) over 4 years.

I've budgetted on buying the car at the end and running it for at least an additional 2-3 years.
#10
Sorry ladz.. But for £200+ a month for a Ford is a rip off! Better off putting £20 more and get a Merc!
#11
Billythebubble
Remember the new Ford Fusion is due end of this year.

My 2 year Mondeo 163ps done 39k had gearbox dropped and full clutch replacement due to a fault paid for by Ford.

Good cars but read the small print, who covers what?

My 09 plate Zetec Tdci has done 145k and has been faultless until the flywheel and clutch were finally replaced last month.
2 Likes #12
STi_prodrive
Sorry ladz.. But for £200+ a month for a Ford is a rip off! Better off putting £20 more and get a Merc!
Have you seen similar deal anywhere for C-class estate with £1200 initial payment and £230 per month?
Find it and I'll pay you £500 searching fee ;)
#13
Does this have a DPF?
#14
STi_prodrive
Sorry ladz.. But for £200+ a month for a Ford is a rip off! Better off putting £20 more and get a Merc!
Or as we call them in the north sledges. Mercs, Bemmers and other rear wheel drive cars are useless in proper snow.
Yes a bag of sand, winter tyres and a competent driver can over come some of that. However none of them have the essential heated windscreen.

I'm looking at a Mondeo or Mazda 6 as my next car as a private long term purchase but this just doesn't seem that good a deal. Especially if they can be had for £18,500 from some brokers..
#15
Bossworld
Does this have a DPF?
Yes and DMF.
The majority of Diesels will have both.
#16
All new diesels have to have dpf fitted due to EU regulations
#17
Oneday77
Especially if they can be had for £18,500 from some brokers..
No. You won't find this model, spec and engine, brand new anywhere even close to 18500.
#18
Bossworld
Does this have a DPF?

It will do and DPF's are the spawn of satan lol. We have 3 x 14 plate Iveco Daily's at work that have DPF's and every one of them is always coming up with DPF errors and getting clogged up.


Edited By: blitzmmccv on Jul 23, 2014 23:07
1 Like #19
blitzmmccv
Bossworld
Does this have a DPF?

It will do and DPF's are the spawn of satan lol. We have 3 x 14 plate Iveco Daily's at work that have DPF's and every one of them is always coming up with DPF errors and getting clogged up.



Try letting it actually regen, and you will never have a problem with a DPF. Drive it around town or on short runs and clug clug there goes your DPF
#20
xfish
Oneday77
Especially if they can be had for £18,500 from some brokers..
No. You won't find this model, spec and engine, brand new anywhere even close to 18500.

Yeah motorpoint's price is £16,999 I think for this model
#21
Particulate filters are replaced every year.
#22
xfish
Oneday77
Especially if they can be had for £18,500 from some brokers..
No. You won't find this model, spec and engine, brand new anywhere even close to 18500.

The hatchback is £18,500 in the same spec, another £900 will get the estate.

IMO Mondeo's have had their day, roll on the new shape.
1 Like #23
Billythebubble
Particulate filters are replaced every year.

At upto £1000 a pop, I hope not.
#24
oddballjamie
xfish
Oneday77
Especially if they can be had for £18,500 from some brokers..
No. You won't find this model, spec and engine, brand new anywhere even close to 18500.

The hatchback is £18,500 in the same spec, another £900 will get the estate.
Ok so now it's not £18500 but £19400. Show us the link.
#25
Cant knock the Mk4 Mondeos - 2009 2.0 TDCi Zetec, 65k and not missed a beat. Good solid workhorses and mine has Privacy Glass and sports pack and it stands out from the rest. To me for this spec of car its a good price. (Almost top of the range)
#26
blitzmmccv
Bossworld
Does this have a DPF?

It will do and DPF's are the spawn of satan lol. We have 3 x 14 plate Iveco Daily's at work that have DPF's and every one of them is always coming up with DPF errors and getting clogged up.


Ford DPFs are actually one of the better ones - they do a regen cycle every few thousand miles to burn all the crud off (basically heats up the exhaust system to a super hot temp). I just sit in my car for a few mins after ive finished a journey while it finishes. Its better than Peugeot/Citroen's system that requires additives.
#27
xfish
oddballjamie
xfish
Oneday77
Especially if they can be had for £18,500 from some brokers..
No. You won't find this model, spec and engine, brand new anywhere even close to 18500.

The hatchback is £18,500 in the same spec, another £900 will get the estate.
Ok so now it's not £18500 but £19400. Show us the link.

I never said it was £18500, that was a different member. Although you're starting to sound like one of the suckers that never haggles and blindly pays full whack for everything.

http://www.parkers.co.uk/cars/for-sale/search/new/ford/mondeo/_/sort/lowest/rpp/10/page/1/
1 Like #28
xfish
Oneday77
Especially if they can be had for £18,500 from some brokers..
No. You won't find this model, spec and engine, brand new anywhere even close to 18500.
Ok so anywhere close. £18300 for the 140, arguably the better engine or £18700 for the 163.
http://www.broker4cars.co.uk/ford/new-ford-mondeo-estate.htm
Yes you'll need to add metallic too, in my defence I was thinking hatchback earlier not estate.
#29
blitzmmccv
Bossworld
Does this have a DPF?

It will do and DPF's are the spawn of satan lol. We have 3 x 14 plate Iveco Daily's at work that have DPF's and every one of them is always coming up with DPF errors and getting clogged up.


Are they being used for deliveries? Short start stop journeys, not surprising.
#30
imiskeen
Dr Manhattan
Great deal for the dealer. They get £6000+ of yours and a 2 year old car with 20000k on the clock to sell when you hand it back. 10,000 miles per annum useless for most people looking for this sort of car.

Yeah, but let's be right here. The majority of people who lease their car, either get car allowances from their employer -or- they are after a cheap way to drive a nice new car every 2 years.




Since when has a mondeo estate been a nice car lol


Also ain't 163 psi a little high

Edited By: Biggunspaul on Jul 23, 2014 23:53
1 Like #31
Biggunspaul
imiskeen
Dr Manhattan
Great deal for the dealer. They get £6000+ of yours and a 2 year old car with 20000k on the clock to sell when you hand it back. 10,000 miles per annum useless for most people looking for this sort of car.

Yeah, but let's be right here. The majority of people who lease their car, either get car allowances from their employer -or- they are after a cheap way to drive a nice new car every 2 years.




Since when has a mondeo estate been a nice car lol


There are worse cars selling for a lot more money....;)
#32
imiskeen
Biggunspaul
imiskeen
Dr Manhattan
Great deal for the dealer. They get £6000+ of yours and a 2 year old car with 20000k on the clock to sell when you hand it back. 10,000 miles per annum useless for most people looking for this sort of car.

Yeah, but let's be right here. The majority of people who lease their car, either get car allowances from their employer -or- they are after a cheap way to drive a nice new car every 2 years.




Since when has a mondeo estate been a nice car lol


There are worse cars selling for a lot more money....;)


What like,a mondeo estate in brown
1 Like #33
Biggunspaul
imiskeen
Biggunspaul
imiskeen
Dr Manhattan
Great deal for the dealer. They get £6000+ of yours and a 2 year old car with 20000k on the clock to sell when you hand it back. 10,000 miles per annum useless for most people looking for this sort of car.

Yeah, but let's be right here. The majority of people who lease their car, either get car allowances from their employer -or- they are after a cheap way to drive a nice new car every 2 years.




Since when has a mondeo estate been a nice car lol


There are worse cars selling for a lot more money....;)


What like,a mondeo estate in brown

It depends which side of the marketing propaganda mill you come down on I guess? 10 years ago I was a badge snob, but I grew out of that. A car is just a car to me now. :( lol - To add fuel to the Fire, I really like Skoda's as well.

Edited By: imiskeen on Jul 24, 2014 00:05
#34
imiskeen
Biggunspaul
imiskeen
Biggunspaul
imiskeen
Dr Manhattan
Great deal for the dealer. They get £6000+ of yours and a 2 year old car with 20000k on the clock to sell when you hand it back. 10,000 miles per annum useless for most people looking for this sort of car.

Yeah, but let's be right here. The majority of people who lease their car, either get car allowances from their employer -or- they are after a cheap way to drive a nice new car every 2 years.




Since when has a mondeo estate been a nice car lol


There are worse cars selling for a lot more money....;)


What like,a mondeo estate in brown

It depends which side of the marketing propaganda mill you come down on I guess? 10 years ago I was a badge snob, but I grew out of that. A car is just a car to me now. :(

A car is just a car to me,but I wish it was a plane :)
2 Likes #35
Just a thought. For the same overall cost you could buy a Dacia Sandero and then have it crushed after two years.
#36
Biggunspaul
imiskeen
Dr Manhattan
Great deal for the dealer. They get £6000+ of yours and a 2 year old car with 20000k on the clock to sell when you hand it back. 10,000 miles per annum useless for most people looking for this sort of car.

Yeah, but let's be right here. The majority of people who lease their car, either get car allowances from their employer -or- they are after a cheap way to drive a nice new car every 2 years.




Since when has a mondeo estate been a nice car lol


Also ain't 163 psi a little high
Considering it is highly regarded as the best drivers car the right side of the premium German equivalents for a lot more cash. Yes it's end of life now and a replacement is due so it is a little tired looking in and out, still great value.
#37
oddballjamie
Just a thought. For the same overall cost you could buy a Dacia Sandero and then have it crushed after two years.

I know I'm on record for saying "a car is just a car" but I do need a proven reliable estate. Not knocking the Dacia, but I want to give em a few more years on the UK market before I put any money their way :)
#38
Oneday77
Biggunspaul
imiskeen
Dr Manhattan
Great deal for the dealer. They get £6000+ of yours and a 2 year old car with 20000k on the clock to sell when you hand it back. 10,000 miles per annum useless for most people looking for this sort of car.

Yeah, but let's be right here. The majority of people who lease their car, either get car allowances from their employer -or- they are after a cheap way to drive a nice new car every 2 years.




Since when has a mondeo estate been a nice car lol


Also ain't 163 psi a little high
Considering it is highly regarded as the best drivers car the right side of the premium German equivalents for a lot more cash. Yes it's end of life now and a replacement is due so it is a little tired looking in and out, still great value.

What does that even mean,a drivers car ? What else do you do with a car.

Sorry but if you think a mondeo is something special to drive then you need to drive more cars.
#39
Biggunspaul
Oneday77
Biggunspaul
imiskeen
Dr Manhattan
Great deal for the dealer. They get £6000+ of yours and a 2 year old car with 20000k on the clock to sell when you hand it back. 10,000 miles per annum useless for most people looking for this sort of car.

Yeah, but let's be right here. The majority of people who lease their car, either get car allowances from their employer -or- they are after a cheap way to drive a nice new car every 2 years.




Since when has a mondeo estate been a nice car lol


Also ain't 163 psi a little high
Considering it is highly regarded as the best drivers car the right side of the premium German equivalents for a lot more cash. Yes it's end of life now and a replacement is due so it is a little tired looking in and out, still great value.

What does that even mean,a drivers car ? What else do you do with a car.

Sorry but if you think a mondeo is something special to drive then you need to drive more cars.

Do you mean is should compare an MX-5 to a Mondeo estate or is there something else in the class and for a similar price that handles and performs better? I'm sure an M3 is a better car for 3x the cost and half the fuel economy.
#40
Biggunspaul
Oneday77
Biggunspaul
imiskeen
Dr Manhattan
Great deal for the dealer. They get £6000+ of yours and a 2 year old car with 20000k on the clock to sell when you hand it back. 10,000 miles per annum useless for most people looking for this sort of car.

Yeah, but let's be right here. The majority of people who lease their car, either get car allowances from their employer -or- they are after a cheap way to drive a nice new car every 2 years.




Since when has a mondeo estate been a nice car lol


Also ain't 163 psi a little high
Considering it is highly regarded as the best drivers car the right side of the premium German equivalents for a lot more cash. Yes it's end of life now and a replacement is due so it is a little tired looking in and out, still great value.

What does that even mean,a drivers car ? What else do you do with a car.

Sorry but if you think a mondeo is something special to drive then you need to drive more cars.

For people who enjoy driving rather than just enjoy not getting wet waiting for a bus.

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