Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI petrol - 8,000 miles 2yr Lease no deposit 24 months @ £183.71 total cost £4739.04 at Yes Lease - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
354

Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI petrol - 8,000 miles 2yr Lease no deposit 24 months @ £183.71 total cost £4,739.04 at Yes Lease

£4739.04 @ Yes Lease
I know previous deals been better but this good current deal with 8,000 mileage Personal contract hire £183.71 incl VAT monthly rental £183.71 incl VAT initial rental Personal contract hir…
stephsmith11 Avatar
4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
I know previous deals been better but this good current deal with 8,000 mileage

Personal contract hire

£183.71 incl VAT monthly rental

£183.71 incl VAT initial rental

Personal contract hire Kia Sportage Estate 1.6 GDi 1 5dr, 4x4

Call us now on 01782 254444

Quoting reference DPCHC-104927303

Contract term 24 months

Rental profile 1 + 23

Annual mileage 8000

Processing fee £330.00

Finance doc fee £0.00

Production status Current model

Warranty included yes

Breakdown cover yes
Deal Tags:
More From Yes Lease:
stephsmith11 Avatar
4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Options

Top Comments

(3)
15 Likes
lumsdot
polluting diesel engine, avoid

It's petrol
8 Likes
Heat added for not being a polluting diesel
5 Likes
radiantdeals
9 e 0oi7cd 7am e99
9okk999

http://i.imgur.com/Lnbulx3.gif

All Comments

(45) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
please change the title that says 800 miles not 8000.
#2
seems a pretty good deal
#3
is this base model? Site is quite vague
1 Like #4
Not 4x4 just 2wd
3 Likes #6
Has been on 10,000 mile lease for not much more. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kia-sportage-1-6-gdi-1-5-dr-4465-50-2-year-lease-10-000-miles-pa-select-car-leasing-2463387

Would think you would need an engine with more 'grunt' and more mileage allowance if planning to use as a family car as opposed to the little runarounds that often come up here with the same mileage allowance.
3 Likes #7
9 e 0oi7cd 7am e99

9okk999
1 Like #8
radiantdeals
9 e 0oi7cd 7am e99

9okk999


same​
5 Likes #9
radiantdeals
9 e 0oi7cd 7am e99
9okk999

http://i.imgur.com/Lnbulx3.gif
2 Likes #10
polluting diesel engine, avoid
1 Like #11
lumsdot
polluting diesel engine, avoid


Oh dear oh dear! I expect that all cars result in pollution of one sort or another, even electric cars. Until petrol engines offer better economy, or electric vehicles become more viable, people will continue to buy diesel, as it is purely an economic decision, not environmental. :{
15 Likes #12
lumsdot
polluting diesel engine, avoid

It's petrol
#13
tattertatter
lumsdot
polluting diesel engine, avoid
It's petrol

You are right,
I thought gdi meant diesel.
8 Likes #14
Heat added for not being a polluting diesel
#15
This 1.6 engine is awful. I own one :(

Providing the spec meets your requirements, and you're happy to trundle everywhere, then it might be suitable. Fuel consumption is around 32mpg, which also sucks.
1 Like #16
I've actually been in contact with this company over the last few days for this very sportage deal - for anyone interested there's an approximate 13 week wait for one of these (nationwide shortage due to these prices)
1 Like #17
*Sloman*
is this base model? Site is quite vague

Yes it is the '1' spec which is pretty basic.
2 Likes #18
Gozer
*Sloman*
is this base model? Site is quite vague
Yes it is the '1' spec which is pretty basic.
Yeah, only comes with DAB radio, Bluetooth prep and cruise control :-)

Not bad for a basic spec, I was quite surprised.
#19
Best price i can find on on the 1.7 diesel is £208 per month (Here) Not sure the extra £25 per month would be saved with the lower MPG from the diesel though.
#20
1.7 model just won used car of the year award. Shame this isn't that one...
4 Likes #21
This new model is properly ugly.
1 Like #22
radiantdeals
9 e 0oi7cd 7am e99
9okk999
That's easy for you to say.
#23
good deal!!! but what happens if the car gets stolen or written off. Who's liable, insurance to lease company or you to lease company ??? would be nice to know
#24
lumsdot
tattertatter
lumsdot
polluting diesel engine, avoid
It's petrol
You are right,
I thought gdi meant diesel.

The 'D' in a car's model designation often doesn't mean diesel, much more likely to mean 'direct'.
#25
n217970
This new model is properly ugly.

The people waiting for 13 weeks disagree.
#26
matthewnimmo
good deal!!! but what happens if the car gets stolen or written off. Who's liable, insurance to lease company or you to lease company ??? would be nice to know

You are, via your insurance company. Worth checking out gap insurance, not sure what depreciation is like on these.

If, for instance, it was written off then the lease company would tell you how much you owe them. Hopefully your insurance would cover it but if not then it would be up to you to make up the shortfall.
#27
Sorry my ignorance but is it worth it to have a car on two year lease and just have nothing after 2 years of paying? It's not better to buy? I'm just trying to understand :-)
1 Like #28
lucauk
Sorry my ignorance but is it worth it to have a car on two year lease and just have nothing after 2 years of paying? It's not better to buy? I'm just trying to understand :-)


​ If the cost of the lease over the two years equates to more or less the depreciation if you had bought the same vehicle and sold it after 2 years, then it's a good deal!
#29
Speak to Lee or Phil at Perrys Kia Burnley 01282471573 they will match or try to beat any real deal like this. I find it's good to deal with real people?
1 Like #30
sao
lucauk
Sorry my ignorance but is it worth it to have a car on two year lease and just have nothing after 2 years of paying? It's not better to buy? I'm just trying to understand :-)
​ If the cost of the lease over the two years equates to more or less the depreciation if you had bought the same vehicle and sold it after 2 years, then it's a good deal!
More or less? I'd go with less.
#31
I'm paying £167 a month for 2 spec sportage for 10,000 miles a year, cold from me..
#32
ievabf
I'm paying £167 a month for 2 spec sportage for 10,000 miles a year, cold from me..


With £0 deposit? Now that's a hot deal.
1 Like #33
Fantastic deal! Had a shot of my dad's and it's a great car to drive! Xxx
1 Like #34
lucauk
Sorry my ignorance but is it worth it to have a car on two year lease and just have nothing after 2 years of paying? It's not better to buy? I'm just trying to understand :-)


​I guess the appeal is that you have a brand new car that you wouldn't be able to afford otherwise, and it won't break down. For £5k you could buy a 5 year old second hand car with average mileage. Put it on an interest free credit card and after 2 years when you've paid it off it might still be worth £1-2k. However many people would not want to take the risk and want something shiny.
#35
lumsdot
tattertatter
lumsdot
polluting diesel engine, avoid
It's petrol
You are right,
I thought gdi meant diesel.
Gasoline Direct Injection.
1 Like #36
lumsdot
tattertatter
lumsdot
polluting diesel engine, avoid
It's petrol
You are right,
I thought gdi meant diesel.
lumsdot
Heat added for not being a polluting diesel
Oh Dear, Oh Dear, Oh Dear - how poorly educated you are...

New petrol engines cause more air pollution than dirty diesels

Edited By: 118luke on Oct 03, 2016 00:20
#37
ievabf
I'm paying £167 a month for 2 spec sportage for 10,000 miles a year, cold from me..


​ If you paid 6 or even 9 months up front then that'd obviously make a significant difference to the monthly premium - not to mention the length of the lease. Neither of which you included in your comment.
#38
lumsdot
polluting diesel engine, avoid


​Agreed. Should stop the use of these in commercial vehicles. Airs now a carcinogen thanks to the **** diesels pump out
#39
with 30ish mpg I would say its useless my 9 year old car gives me over 50 fast, reliable & more comfortable but no dab or cruise control.
if I would go for new car on lease only thing I will be comparing are costs & savings
#40
118luke
lumsdot
tattertatter
lumsdot
polluting diesel engine, avoid
It's petrol
You are right,
I thought gdi meant diesel.
lumsdot
Heat added for not being a polluting diesel
Oh Dear, Oh Dear, Oh Dear - how poorly educated you are...New petrol engines cause more air pollution than dirty diesels

The majority of petrol engines are port injected, which have very low particulates, plus is the simpler and cheaper option.

If a gdi direct injection petrol engine was fitted with a particulate filter, same as a diesel, it would be cleaner than a diesel.

Best option for clean air in cities is port injected petrol.

Diesels are inherently dirty, and who knows what the emissions are like in real world conditions with a filter which is a few years old, and never given a long journey to clean the filter

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Looking for Twitter login?
Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!