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Kia Sportage Gt Line AWD 2.0. £241 a month £725.01 down @ Leasing Options

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I have been looking for a top spec GT line to come on a lease offer. Scanning a few lease brokers this seems about the best. 10k miles p.a & they charge £199 fee. Image is fusion white which
gonzo02 Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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That takes me to their homepage.
Is there a better deal lerking ?

Didn't get that far! easy to keep an eye on any decent deals with most vehicles though

That takes me to their homepage.
Is there a better deal lerking ?
Try you local Kia dealer as well. They beat the quote I had for a Sorento.
Try http://www.orbitleasing.co.uk . Got my lease off them and they have been brilliant. They have an office too so not just an online broker if your based that way. They also try and beat any quote given too so no harm in trying. They beat mine! Fees are £180 too!

Edited By: ccangel on Sep 07, 2016 18:53
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Cheaper Kia Sportage 1.6 1 Gdi Lease 10k miles £4,181.71 @ Leasing Options

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Cheaper deal but 6 months down plus 23 repayments of £137.99 +180 admin charge. If you have the £827.94 this saves quite a bit over the other deal
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Anybody got an estimated delivery date yet ?

I ordered a slightly different deal for the 1.6GDi on 4th July & been told today approx 22nd Oct
peroxidase
HXL
I applied online last night, what happens now, how long do I have to wait for the yes or no?
Did you apply for finance as well as generate quote?
Finance is usually agreed on the same day.
They will then want admin/ process fee and scanned driving license and proof of residence. Car is then ordered from manufacturer. Could easily all be done tomorrow. Probably looking at mid - late september for delivery.


​thanks, all sorted now, just waiting for the car, they said about 12 weeks.
HXL
I applied online last night, what happens now, how long do I have to wait for the yes or no?
Did you apply for finance as well as generate quote?
Finance is usually agreed on the same day.
They will then want admin/ process fee and scanned driving license and proof of residence. Car is then ordered from manufacturer. Could easily all be done tomorrow. Probably looking at mid - late september for delivery.

Edited By: peroxidase on Jun 15, 2016 22:46
I applied online last night, what happens now, how long do I have to wait for the yes or no?
markymark34
deany76
Great recent advice from USA on leasing:
"Dealers love leasing because they can make really appealing monthly payment numbers and the formulas to compute those payments are complex enough most salesmen won't really know how they work, let alone the customers, so it makes hiding extra charges much harder to notice.
That said, if you do your homework, just as you are doing, leasing can be a really good way of owning a car if you know what you are doing and follow a few guidelines.
First, never put money down on a lease. You want zero down or you don't want it. Any lease can be written with zero down, but they often use large downpayments as a way to advertise a low monthly payment. You don't want to put money down on a lease because if the worst happens and you have an accident with the vehicle early in your ownership, any downpayment is gone. Keep the money in your pocket and pay a higher monthly payment.
PLEASE NOTE 'GAP' MUST BE TAKEN OUT WITH ZERO DEPOSIT AS THERE WOULD BE A SHORTFALL IF THE CAR IS WRITTEN OFF.
Second, learn how to calculate the lease payment yourself. There are plenty of guides online, and even apps you can get on your phone like iLeaseCarPro, so you can quickly verify the numbers that any dealer is giving you. If your dealer is not willing to give you every number that goes into calculating your lease payment, find another dealer. Numbers like the money factor and residual are not secret, but many dealers like to make them secret so they can pad them and prevent customers from really knowing what's going on. The residual is set by the manufacturer and can't be altered by the dealer. The money factor is essentially the interest rate set by the lending arm of the manufacturer, and it may be difficult to find the exact number currently being offered, Edmunds forums sometimes have that info for a particular car - so it can be a place for a dealer to hide profit. You should be able to get close to what the real number is though and find a dealer that is somewhere in the ballpark. The buying price is also important in a lease. Negotiate the selling price exactly as if you were purchasing the car. Walk away from any dealer that tells you this isn't possible. You want the biggest spread possible between MSRP and selling price.
A lease can be purchased by the lessee at any time for whatever the current payoff is calculated at. If you keep it until lease end you have a few choices. You can turn it in and just be done with it, you can buy the car outright for the buyout, which is negotiable. You'll often get a good deal here because the dealer would rather sell to you than have to take the car back prepare it for sale and resell it to someone else. If the residual was calculated poorly by the manufacturer, you have a few options. This could mean that the car is worth a lot less than expected (in which case you should turn it in and let them take the loss, or use this knowledge to your advantage to buy out the vehicle at a lower price if you want to keep it) or it could be worth much more than expected, in which case, if the gap is large enough, you could buy the vehicle for the agreed-upon buyout price and resell it for a profit on your own (or use this as leverage with the dealer for getting a better deal on a new car). This is the advantage of leasing that most pundits miss; the bank takes all of the risk of depreciation off your hands, while leaving you with a lot of options for using that to your advantage.
The downsides are really only if you expect to turn the car in and know that you are really hard on cars. I only suggest leasing for people I know who take pretty good care of their cars because you can get hammered pretty hard for damage or excess wear. So be honest about how you care for your cars in making this decision."
The majority of this is completely irrelevant in the UK.
All uk lease companies are required to follow the BVRLA fair wear and tear policy which is quite generous regarding the condition of the car on return. for example -
Windscreen
Acceptable - Small scratches outside of drivers eye sight.
Unacceptable - Holes, chips and cracks in the glass, and scratches inside the drivers direct line of sight.
Wheels
Acceptable - Minor scuffage upto 25mm in length. Wheels also meet minimum legal requirements.
Unacceptable - Scoring and other damage to wheel surface. Damage to side walls or uneven tread wear.
Wing Mirrors
Acceptable - Minor scuffage as long as no paintwork is damaged.
Unacceptable - Missing, damaged, or cracked wing mirrors.
Bumpers
Acceptable - Minnor scuffing upto 25mm in length.
Unaccepable - Deep scuffs where paint is broken, dented and cracked areas.
Bodywork
Acceptable - Small areas of chipping. Light scratches up to 25mm in length, relative to the vehicle’s age. Dents up to 10mm providing paint is not broken.
Unaccepable - Stone chips or scratches over 25mm in length that have exposed the bare metal or primer or have rusted. Any impact damage. Multiple dents on a single panel.
Decals
Acceptable - All decals need to be removed and all glue residue removed.
Unacceptable - Any damage caused by the removal of such badges and advertising.
Interior Upholstery
Acceptable - Should be clean and tidy, with only slight wear and soiling through normal use.
Unacceptable - Burns, tears or permanent staining. Any damage caused by the fitting of equipment such as mobile phones.
Full details available here. https://issuu.com/bfwsn67/docs/car_fwt_standard_2016?e=2001091/34033703
SO unless you are extremely rough with your car you should be fine. Here are examples of how much VW charge if you are outside of the Fair W and T guidelines:
Dents - not requiring repainting - £36
Body panel damage - requiring repainting - £110
Allow wheel damage - £36
Full valet - £27 - £60
Gap insurance in my opinion is vital and very cheap anyway. ALA now cover your deposit so 3 months down, 6 or 9 makes no difference. Why do you need it?
If your car gets written off and the insurance company payout £3k less than what the car is worth (to the lease company) the gap insurance makes up the difference. https://www.ala.co.uk - There is nearly always a 10% code for ALA (My gap insurance was £98 for the 2 years )
The overall cost of a lease is simple to work out - the deposit plus the monthly payments plus any admin fee, all of these are presented very clearly on any lease site i have ever seen/used. (mainland UK delivery is usually included).
You will obviously have to service the car (in line with manufacturers guideline) like you would any car. You do not usually pay tax it is included in the lease payments and paid by the lease company.
All new cars come with a manufacturers warranty, so if anything goes wrong you can take it back.
I am not saying leasing is for everyone, it isn't but the info in the above post is not accurate in the UK.
Sorry for the long winded post, i am fed up with inaccurate info on lease threads. If we can turn this into a sort of FAQ on lease it can be copied and pasted onto future threads to avoid poor info.
Extremely useful thanks. I've got an old Honda that I had from new that now needs to go and I haven't been in the position to do anything about. I'm now looking at leasing for the first time so all this info really helps. I have tried researching already but there isn't (as far as I've found) a one-stop-shop for all this type of info. E.g. I knew nothing about gap insurance, the type of wear and tear that is acceptable etc.
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2016 Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI 1 5dr £3,989.60 for 2 years/8000 miles a year @ Leasingoptions

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Just found this deal on a 2016 Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI 1 5dr on a website. Company is called leasing options. Spoke to the lady and says 8-10 weeks for delivery. 9 payments up front £1071.45 and £119.…
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louisetinkerbell109
BignRed84
louisetinkerbell109
I just got this for a little less if you play the companies off against each other then will drop a little. Better then the £215 per month Kia wanted for the same thing !
Re gap for a first time leaser in simple terms do I need it ? And do I have to take out the gap insurance with this company as they sent me a quote or can I go else where ?
Thanks
Looks like i'm in the same boat, looking at getting this model/deal for a total of £3960 (£1296+ £180, then 23 x £108 @ 8000 miles)
same query regarding insurance, whats the best option
never done a lease deal before
I got mine for 10,000 miles so speak direct

8,000 is well enough though for me, thanks anyway

being a newbie to Leasing, can someone confirm if you can sort out your own finance or do you have to go through the leasing company, Thanks


Edited By: BignRed84 on Jun 16, 2016 21:09: update
BignRed84
louisetinkerbell109
I just got this for a little less if you play the companies off against each other then will drop a little. Better then the £215 per month Kia wanted for the same thing !
Re gap for a first time leaser in simple terms do I need it ? And do I have to take out the gap insurance with this company as they sent me a quote or can I go else where ?
Thanks
Looks like i'm in the same boat, looking at getting this model/deal for a total of £3960 (£1296+ £180, then 23 x £108 @ 8000 miles)

same query regarding insurance, whats the best option
never done a lease deal before
Hi
Please see post #34, gap is a must in my view.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cheaper-kia-sportage-1-6-1-gdi-lease-10k-miles-4181-71-leasing-options-2463827

also
https://www.abi.org.uk/Insurance-and-savings/Products/~/~/media/16515033DA6341D0A4FB00ED908528B7.ashx

hope this helps


Edited By: deany76 on Jun 16, 2016 16:05: -
louisetinkerbell109
I just got this for a little less if you play the companies off against each other then will drop a little. Better then the £215 per month Kia wanted for the same thing !
Re gap for a first time leaser in simple terms do I need it ? And do I have to take out the gap insurance with this company as they sent me a quote or can I go else where ?
Thanks
Hi
Please see post #34, gap is a must in my view.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cheaper-kia-sportage-1-6-1-gdi-lease-10k-miles-4181-71-leasing-options-2463827
also
https://www.abi.org.uk/Insurance-and-savings/Products/~/~/media/16515033DA6341D0A4FB00ED908528B7.ashx
hope this helps



Edited By: deany76 on Jun 16, 2016 16:06: -
BignRed84
louisetinkerbell109
I just got this for a little less if you play the companies off against each other then will drop a little. Better then the £215 per month Kia wanted for the same thing !
Re gap for a first time leaser in simple terms do I need it ? And do I have to take out the gap insurance with this company as they sent me a quote or can I go else where ?
Thanks

Looks like i'm in the same boat, looking at getting this model/deal for a total of £3960 (£1296+ £180, then 23 x £108 @ 8000 miles)

same query regarding insurance, whats the best option
never done a lease deal before


I got mine for 10,000 miles so speak direct
louisetinkerbell109
I just got this for a little less if you play the companies off against each other then will drop a little. Better then the £215 per month Kia wanted for the same thing !
Re gap for a first time leaser in simple terms do I need it ? And do I have to take out the gap insurance with this company as they sent me a quote or can I go else where ?
Thanks

Looks like i'm in the same boat, looking at getting this model/deal for a total of £3960 (£1296+ £180, then 23 x £108 @ 8000 miles)

same query regarding insurance, whats the best option
never done a lease deal before

Edited By: BignRed84 on Jun 16, 2016 13:19
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Kia Sportage 1.7 CRDi ISG 2, 47+3 (£193.79/month + £581.37 initial rental), 10K pa, £180 admin fee. Overall cost is £205.60 a month total = £9,869.50 @ Leasing Options

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I have decided to take the plunge on a lease vehicle after seeing a number of deals pop upon here. I have gone for a Kia Sportage 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 having looked at a few others as it fits in our pric…
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The price is ok, but when it comes to kias and especially the sportage it may be better to purchase outright using a loan or something. With their 7 year warranty they do hold up when you come to sell on and your not tied to mileage and any repairs when you come to the end of the lease, also if you go via a good broker you can shave between 5-15% off the price depending on model, spec and time of year/month.

I got bought my wifes 3 model back in 2012 new via a broker for £19650, dealer price was £22500.

In 3.5 years the wife put 59k miles on it and we still managed to sell it privately for just over £12k.

For us the leasing option was far more expensive because of the annual mileage.
Looking for a lease at the moment so doing my research.
Good deal, half the time people leave bad comments because they are jealous mate. It's a good price for a good decent vehicle. Enjoy.
Groovii D
Sportage was once quite a good looking thing. Kia have really fuglied up the latest one.

Peter Shreyer (of Audi TT fame) is the current head of design at Hyundai and Kia and to be honest this model doesn't look as bad in the flesh as it might appear in images. I've test driven one and it's a fabulous drive, also tried the Nissan Qashqai and the Kia definitely feels more responsive on the road than the Qashqai. The Kia is also more spacious than the Qashqai, and given that lease deals appear to be almost £50/month cheaper for the Kia I'm not so sold on the Qashqai.

Good deal OP, not sure why it's cold but have some heat on me!
Groovii D
Sportage was once quite a good looking thing. Kia have really fuglied up the latest one.
yeah agree, quite liked the front end, was going to get the missus one but not keen on the new one,looks plain.
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SEAT Ibiza 1.2 TSi 110 FR Technology 24 Months, 10k mileage, huge specification! £129.99 inc Vat on a 2 year lease £3,949.71

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Great deal on the Ibiza. This car has sat Nav, dab radio, Bluetooth, cruise, air conditioning etc so at £129.99 on a 2 year deal it seems pretty cheap. Initial payment is £779.94 Mileage is…
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18E insurance...gotta be kidding me
​Insurance groups mean almost nothing nowadays.

Definitely, and power needn't be a huge factor either, I changed from a MK7 Golf GTD (184PS) to a MK7 Golf R (300PS) and my insurance came down a tiny bit. Standard safety tech can mean just as much.
nathan3007
18E insurance...gotta be kidding me


​Insurance groups mean almost nothing nowadays.
cheers John
biggiep
nathan3007
18E insurance...gotta be kidding me

You'd hope this is 18 out of 50! Otherwise on the old 0-20 scale this would be ludicrous!


I think it is, but I'm sure a Ford Fiesta with 10less HP is only group 11
Cars2buy.co.uk is a good place to start your research, gathering deals from a bunch of brokers
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Kia Sportage 1.6 Petrol "1" Lease £155.00 inc VAT. Total £4675

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Cheapest Sportage deal I've ever seen! 2 year lease. 6+23 £155 x 29 = £4495 + £180 processing fee = £4675 Total payable £4675 10000 miles per annum Not maintained
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thermomonkey
EllEzDee
zx636r
fairytooth
no transparency regarding the mileage allowance?
Is that the intellectual way of asking 'how many miles a year can I do'?
Sounds like a politician penned that question.
Wut?
"No transparency" as in "it's not clear".
"regarding the mileage allowance" as in "regarding the mileage allowance".
I think he understood what the question was. He was highlighting the odd way it was phrased.

Ahh, someone with a brain.
zx636r
EllEzDee
zx636r
Wut?....what's wut?
Get the feeling you've got something lodged up your poop chute...
....and I get the feeling you'd be the one offering to do the lodging..................
Well hey, you oughta know sweety...

Edited By: EllEzDee on Dec 07, 2015 04:56
EllEzDee
zx636r
Wut?....what's wut?
Get the feeling you've got something lodged up your poop chute...

....and I get the feeling you'd be the one offering to do the lodging..................

Edited By: zx636r on Dec 06, 2015 17:39
zx636r
floz
Cold. Totally misleading post.

Lets hope no one puts you in a round room and tells you to go and sit in the corner....


Wow.... Zing.
zx636r
Wut?....what's wut?
Get the feeling you've got something lodged up your poop chute...
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Hyundai i30 - 1.6 CRDi Blue Drive S 5dr - 10,000 miles pa - 24 month PCH - £719.94 initial payment, £180 process fee & £119.99 per month (£3,659.71) @ LeasingOptions

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Equivalent to 152.49 per month. 1st monthly installment - £719.94. 23 monthly payments of £119.99. £180 process fee. Total payable over term £3,659.71.
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wenttoabetterplace
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upmyloft
Hcc27 the glovebox has an air con outlet allowing you to put bottles and cans in there and keep it cool on long journeys
but u have to cool the rest of the car as well I believe. ... not so good in winter
Is anyone really that fussed about having cool drinks in winter?

You've misread the sentence my friend...you need the air con on throughout the car to chill the glove box too
Dedcon
e_munky
Dedcon
cmclean10
Dedcon
Very good deal. Why would you want to buy when you can lease at this price. Wouldn't want one myself as they are quite basic inside and uncomfortable on long journeys but still a deal.
Easy to argue about how much we love our brands but for anyone out there considering this deal, I have found Hyundai's anything but basic. What comes standard in these cars, would cost a fortune on others. Just an insight, I have this car and love it. But each to their own!
I have nothing against Hyundai but having had various almost brand new models as hire vehicles to do long journeys I found that I ended up with backache due to the thin seats. My friend owns one and he has the same problem. My basic comment refers to the quality inside rather than what's in there. They certainly aren't built to last but should be ok on a two year lease.
I would strongly disagree about the 'basic' quality of the i30, mine has had heavy use in general lugging things around as well as 3 family weddings carting suitcases/gifts/decorations up and down the country. All the fabrics are unblemished, no panelling or plastic has come off. If you mean basic in terms of fabric I would argue that it is in line with the price point and hardly uncomfortable. Which car's interior are you comparing it to?
They certainly aren't built to last but should be ok on a two year lease.
My car is 2012 reg and approaching 60k - not a single thing has gone wrong in that time. All i have had to pay for is new tyres and servicing. What makes you think they are not built to last? Even if that was the case (it's not), surely the 5 year warranty mitigates that risk
Apologies to all you Hyandry owners. It's just my opinion having driven quite a few different ones. You are obviously used to the level of quality and comfort, I'm not.
You obviously have a wealth of driving experience, please tell us which particular cars you're comparing the i30 interior to?

You still haven't told why you seem to think they're not built to last?
brooky_agn

I like people like you as it helps keep the second hand market cheap for people like me that know what you are saying is purely based on stereotypes. We own a 5 year old Kia and nearly 3 year old i30 and neither have had a single fault with 80k combined mileage. I have 100% faith in the quality of them. BTW Hyundai probably make the robots that make your car!!

Each experience is subjective - you've not had any issues with an older car while my car's issues had a significant impact and couldn't be ignored (power steering failure, door locks intermittent failure, TPMS valve snapping, radio issues). I suspect by the time a car reaches that age, any issues have been fixed by the previous owner that a subsequent owner may not necessarily know about.
This has now finished. Offer is a total of £4361.12 for 2 year lease
Thanks but I already have a job with VW configuring defeat software.
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BMW 3 SERIES SALOON 318i Sport 4dr £4,067.82 @ Leasing Options

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What can I say. Hope the link works. BMW 318 Sport for 215.99 Per Month inc.VAT £215.99 Initial rental inc.VAT £1,295.94 Processing Fee inc.VAT £180.00
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h3avy
Figures done add up mate
I didn't add them up. I'm guessing an admin at HUKD did.
1 year, 2 year, 3 year? 5k, 8k, 10k or 20k? sorry this is cold for your shear laziness.

Not sure that I would call it a cold deal just cause of that. Voted hot to compensate hardbast's cold vote.

Edited By: bob_regis on Oct 06, 2015 11:42
hardbast
youthanasia
h3avy
Figures done add up mate
I didn't add them up. I'm guessing an admin at HUKD did.
1 year, 2 year, 3 year? 5k, 8k, 10k or 20k? sorry this is cold for your shear laziness.

Just click the link and go to personalise quote. £270 per month overall for 2 years, 10,000 miles. Nice Sport spec but manual.
youthanasia
h3avy
Figures done add up mate
I didn't add them up. I'm guessing an admin at HUKD did.

1 year, 2 year, 3 year? 5k, 8k, 10k or 20k? sorry this is cold for your shear laziness.
Hot at sub 300. Depreciation is far more over 2 years!
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Hyundai i30 SE NAV - 1.6CRDi - 5dr - Sat Nav, bluetooth phone prep/voice recognition, 75+mpg, parking sensors, intelligent stop/go, cruise control, etc. - 78.4 m/g - 10,000 miles pa - 36 month PCH - £779.94 deposit & £134.99 per month £5,819.58 (busin

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I have been looking around for a car as my manager has asked me to choose a company car on 3 year lease for under £200. You can get a 24month (£4049.7 with only £129 pcm) or 36months (£5819.58) le…
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effingandjeffing
lundapapa
effingandjeffing
lundapapa
effingandjeffing
throw 6grand on a hyundai for three years?
Can you suggest a better deal for a equivalent model? I am looking for a deal at the moment. This is a business deal.
hey you do love it & you will go for it. This Hyundai is just another anonymous bore-mobile isn't it?
it`s your six thousand pounds not mine
Not exactly, it is my company's 6000 pounds (or 4000 for two years). BIK matters here for me. I am looking for a vauxhall astra, ford focus, golf, ceed equivalent. Didn't know Hyundai was an anonymous automobile since 1967. Let us know if you find a good deal on equivalent model. Thanks for your helpful comment.
if you want to get ahead in business look like the boss not the apprentice
Let us know if you find a good deal on equivalent model. Thanks for your helpful comment again.
lundapapa
effingandjeffing
lundapapa
effingandjeffing
throw 6grand on a hyundai for three years?
Can you suggest a better deal for a equivalent model? I am looking for a deal at the moment. This is a business deal.
hey you do love it & you will go for it. This Hyundai is just another anonymous bore-mobile isn't it?
it`s your six thousand pounds not mine
Not exactly, it is my company's 6000 pounds (or 4000 for two years). BIK matters here for me. I am looking for a vauxhall astra, ford focus, golf, ceed equivalent. Didn't know Hyundai was an anonymous automobile since 1967. Let us know if you find a good deal on equivalent model. Thanks for your helpful comment.
if you want to get ahead in business look like the boss not the apprentice
effingandjeffing
lundapapa
effingandjeffing
throw 6grand on a hyundai for three years?
Can you suggest a better deal for a equivalent model? I am looking for a deal at the moment. This is a business deal.
hey you do love it & you will go for it. This Hyundai is just another anonymous bore-mobile isn't it?
it`s your six thousand pounds not mine
Not exactly, it is my company's 6000 pounds (or 4000 for two years). BIK matters here for me. I am looking for a vauxhall astra, ford focus, golf, ceed equivalent. Didn't know Hyundai was an anonymous automobile since 1967. Let us know if you find a good deal on equivalent model. Thanks for your helpful comment.

Edited By: lundapapa on Oct 02, 2015 19:58
lundapapa
effingandjeffing
throw 6grand on a hyundai for three years?
Can you suggest a better deal for a equivalent model? I am looking for a deal at the moment. This is a business deal.

hey you do love it & you will go for it. This Hyundai is just another anonymous bore-mobile isn't it?
it`s your six thousand pounds not mine
effingandjeffing
throw 6grand on a hyundai for three years?
Can you suggest a better deal for a equivalent model? I am looking for a deal at the moment. This is a business deal.
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BMW 1 Series M135i Auto £299 inc VAT on 2 year lease. Total £8,879.00 @ Leasing Options

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Cracking deal. Having this one for myself. Top of the range. M135i Auto, 320bhp! It's £299.99 inc vat on a 6+23 deal for 10000 miles with Leasing Options. There is a fee of £180 for doing th…
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There are a few places offering similar deals - Your text here

You know any of them can be amended into a 3+23,20k miles, etc etc. Basically BMW are phasing this model out so they are throwing huge money at it.
Excellent price for a 135i on finance from a leasing company. Some good deals out there, i've just ordered a 3 series m sport plus with performance pack and got £11,000 off the price but that's from the local main dealership
does this have the iDrive?
ugly car, too small, horrible interior, been cheaper
RCUK
This same car was £179 a month 18 months ago (yes i know time machine!!) and loads bought it. Give it another 6 months when all these cars come back on the market, there will be no value in it.

I would advise against buying this new ... def lease if you want one otherwise your going to take a massive hit.

Same on the Golf R in 18 months time.


​true, unlike the audi s3 which holds its value a bit better
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Mazda 3 2.2d SE on 10k pch 24 mth £5,109.71 @ Leasing Options

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10k per annum £169.99 pm £1019.94 initial £180 fee
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example. if you had £100,000 to buy a Flat which you knew would be worth £60,000 in 5 years would you buy it? "No". If you needed somewhere to live you would rent. Now if you have £20,000 to buy a car that you knew would be worth £10,000 after 3 years, why not rent/lease and have a lower total cost.
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New Born
So you pay £5100 over 2 years and still don't own the car afterwards?
I know. Crazy isn't it, leasing something and not owning it at the end. I think they should let you keep this £20k car having paid £5100 in rental for it.

Is this 20k? In which currency?
oqey
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gagagaga
New Born
So you pay £5100 over 2 years and still don't own the car afterwards?
I know. Crazy isn't it, leasing something and not owning it at the end. I think they should let you keep this £20k car having paid £5100 in rental for it.
£20 THOUSAND POUNDS for a car like that. Some people must be mad. They will be on Judge Rinder next professing to be broke. We have just bought a one year old car for a few thousand more, it's just as good, 6 year guarantee left, just over 2000 miles & it's ours forever.
If the crazy people don't lease cars or at least made the leasing market viable, you'll have no 1 year old car to buy. If you run your business leasing can sometimes be a cheaper option.

Wrong. Leasing is probably what makes cars so expensive in the first place. Without leasing the manufacturers would have to bring cars down to a realistic price in order to sell them. My car was not a lease car. I've been buying new & nearly new cars for 40 years now way before leasing as we know it & back then you could get a better new bargain.
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gagagaga
New Born
So you pay £5100 over 2 years and still don't own the car afterwards?
I know. Crazy isn't it, leasing something and not owning it at the end. I think they should let you keep this £20k car having paid £5100 in rental for it.
£20 THOUSAND POUNDS for a car like that. Some people must be mad. They will be on Judge Rinder next professing to be broke. We have just bought a one year old car for a few thousand more, it's just as good, 6 year guarantee left, just over 2000 miles & it's ours forever.

If the crazy people don't lease cars or at least made the leasing market viable, you'll have no 1 year old car to buy. If you run your business leasing can sometimes be a cheaper option.
Pan111
M_z
New Born
So you pay £5100 over 2 years and still don't own the car afterwards?
Yes, just like when you go on holiday for two weeks in August and pay £2K for a family hotel room, you don't own the room afterwards. You get two weeks accommodation. Some people like to buy a caravan and use it every year for 10 years, then sell it for what they can. Other people like to stay in a different hotel every year, but never own anything.
Its much the same with cars - some people like to feel they own it, others just want a car to drive around in. Its because people are different, they have different needs and preferences.
there's no better explanation for car rental than this!

Exactly as a decent Hotel costs £500,000 upwards, yet a decent car can be bought at near enough the same price as a lease, making a lease a ridiculous option. A fool & his money etc...
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Toyota Auris 1.4 D-4D Active 5Dr 24Month Lease £3,479.71 inc VAT @ leasingoptions

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TOYOTA AURIS DIESEL HATCHBACK 1.4 D-4D Active 5dr 10,000 miles per annum £119.99 inc.VAT per month. Initial Rental: £719.94 inc.VAT Works out at £3479.71 inc VAT over the 2 Years (£14…
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business users only deal. private customers deal is expensive
Hello friends, this is a cracking deal as we are in process of ordering two cars. There's one thing I would like to mention is that in order to qualify for this deal you have to be a company director or be working for a company who qualify for VAT return. So not everyone able to buy on this price. Plus it's not getting delivered till march just for info.
Each funder has specific financial and operational criteria requirements for every type of service and price offered. Thats how they got round it. Annoyed and frustrated to say the leased ! Pun by the way.
Yep, me too. Just told them its very misleading.
Yp267
I have rang them up and they said it's not for personal users as such. It's for those who claim mileage back from work or if you're a director or business owner

I got an email with the same, very misleading then :(
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NISSAN QASHQAI DIESEL HATCHBACK 1.5 dCi N-Tec 5dr £215.99

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Lease Deal NISSAN QASHQAI DIESEL HATCHBACK 1.5 dCi N-Tec 5dr 215.99 a month + 1295.94 2 year lease. Pretty good spec IMHO Thinking about taking this up interested what you guys think.
rodulett Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago17 Comments
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I think this is base colour only which I believe is Flame Red.

I did apply for this deal but turns out their best deals,ie this,are for those with a fuel or car allowance or run your own business,partner,etc.
is white a zero cost option?
My son had one as a company car. He couldn't wait to get rid of it. He called it a school run car!
abucd4
I wouldn't worry about DPF issues too much, all modern diesels have these, but with only a 1.5 in a car this massive you'll be revving it quite hard making it less susceptible than most. Can't comment on build quality, but I always think the couple in my work's car park look good :) go for it - it's a lease, if it turns out to be a piece of crap it's not your problem after two years :)
Drove one of these recently and NO you don't have to rev it hard at all. But I agree, reving it should reduce dpf probs. A very good engine in a very good car but spoiled by a major flaw; you have limited rear view esp when reversing.
Good feed back guys.

Personal opinion on the Qashqai aside i can't find a better comparable deal.

Here are a few more details.

10000 Miles per Annum

Standard Features

12V socket
18" 5 spoke alloy wheels
2 speed wipers+variable intermittent wipe
6 speakers
60/40 split folding rear seat
ABS, brake assist and EBD
Alarm
Ambient interior lighting
Around View Monitor
Audio remote control
Automatic headlamp activation
Black honeycomb front grille
Bluetooth phone integration system
Body colour bumpers
Body colour door mirrors and handles
Child locks on rear doors
Chrome window surround
Cloth upholstery
Cruise control
Curtain airbags
DAB radio/CD player
Diesel particulate filter
Driver's lumbar support
Driver/front passenger airbag
Driver/passenger front seatback pockets
Dual zone climate control
Electric folding and heated door mirrors
Electric front/rear windows
Electronic parking brake
ESP + traction control
Footwell ambient lighting
Forward collision warning
Front and rear parking sensors
Front armrest
Front cupholders x 2
Front fog lights with chrome surrounds
Front headrests
Front seat belt pre-tensioners with load limiters
Height adjustable driver's seat
Height adjustable front seatbelts
Height adjustable passenger seat with lumbar support
High beam assist
Hill start assist
Illuminated glovebox
Immobiliser
Intelligent Key
Interior mirror with auto anti dazzle
Isofix child seat preparation
Lane departure warning system
Leather gearknob
Leather steering wheel
LED daytime running lights
Luggage area divider
Map reading lamp
Nissan connect sat nav system
Panoramic glass sunroof
PAS
Pollen filter
Privacy glass
Push button starter
Rain sensor windscreen wipers
Rake/reach adjustable steering wheel
Rear armrest with 2 cupholders
Rear headrests
Rear view camera
Rear wiper
Remote central locking
Service interval indicator
Side airbags
Speed limiter
Three 3 point rear seatbelts
Traffic sign recognition
Trip computer
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Tyre puncture repair kit
USB/aux input socket
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Mercedes SLK 250 CDI AMG Sport 29 payments of £239.99 for a 2 year contract £6,959.71 at Leasing Options

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Stupid cheap price for this 2-seater convertible. £36k+ list price, £29,393 on DriveTheDeal, so you are paying under 20% of list price, and under 25% of discounted, so this a is VERY cheap lease. 2 y…
dudedude Avatar2y, 10h agoFound 2 years, 10 hours ago111 Comments
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Wadda
Expired now its up to £394.99 a month

Or have they just corrected the mistake?

There was no mistake.
Wadda
Expired now its up to £394.99 a month

Or have they just corrected the mistake?
Expired now its up to £394.99 a month
Heat777
Macdory
paul123edwards
Are there any issues with insuring a lease car over insuring a car you own yourself?
Is it more expensive or limited in companies that will insure you?
Been thinking of going down this route myself.

No issues at all from my experience ... I don't actually recall being asked if I owned or leased a car to get insurance???

I can't imagine that you wouldn't be required to state if its your car or leased as you wouldn't be able to get third-party insurance on a lease vehicle given it isnt yours, so are required to take comprehensive cover.

I guess it's never been an issue as I've never gone for third party insurance ... Would be a ballsy move on a £30k+ car ...
roshambo
skgwho
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skgwho
Anyone gone for this? How's the car leasing company?
Also, anyone know of any compact SUVs deals?

There are some "deals" on the RR Evoque at the moment. Just depends if it's affordable in your eyes :) definitely cheaper than before. Might need add spec to it as well to meet your needs.

Oo I'd love one but yes agreed its very expensive. Where are these "deals"? Might have a look...

Spec is basically a crossover or compact 4x4 which isn't ridiculously expensive. For my mother and ideally a brand as she has never bothered with it (drove a Citroen C4 for the last 10+ years) so wants something a bit better.

This fits the brand and auto requirements perfectly. Emissions are higher than wanted (under 120 would be ideal to avoid paying ridiculous yearly charges of £300 or something.

Roughly £275 a month inc VAT + deposit, admin fees etc for 3dr Evoque. Not much spec though and only 5000mpa
http://www.centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/vehicle/choose_your_lease/51556/land_rover/range_rover_evoque/22_ed4_pure_3dr_tech_pack_2wd.html

Some prices on the highly rated Qashqui here too. HTH
http://www.centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/vehicle/detail/63026/NISSAN-QASHQAI-HATCHBACK.html

5k miles and £4.5k/year isn't really a good deal and definitely not fit for purpose. Would love the Evoque though if I found a good deal on it!

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Kia Sportage 2.0 CRDi KX-4 5-dr 2-year lease £227.99 pcm 6+23 payments £6,611.71 @ leasingoptions

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This is a lease on a new Kia Sportage 2.0 CRDi KX-4 SUV. It's the top-of-the-range KX-4 model, £28k list price (available at £24,500 on drive the deal) and there's an initial payment of £1367.94 in…
dudedude Avatar2y, 3w agoFound 2 years, 3 weeks ago21 Comments
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nice one dude, thanks.

Does anyone own one of these and give me their honest opinion if they are worth the money?
elvis1234
I'm interested in this offer and wanted to ask if anyone knows what "BIK Tax" is? In the drop down menu for it there is 2 options to select 20% or 40%?

BIK is the tax levied on company car drivers. For a personal hire it's irrelevant.
I'm interested in this offer and wanted to ask if anyone knows what "BIK Tax" is? In the drop down menu for it there is 2 options to select 20% or 40%?
YvieE
Really like this deal, was looking for a lease deal for a Quashqai but this is comparable price wise to what I've seen and there seems to be more extras as standard.
KX-4's are fully loaded, think theres only 2 options with them, Auto box and met/gloss paint. Much better car than a Qashqai, doesn't have the same economy but it isn't powered by a Renault engine so even that's a win!
Really like this deal, was looking for a lease deal for a Quashqai but this is comparable price wise to what I've seen and there seems to be more extras as standard.
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Toyota Auris Hybrid 5dr auto £169.99pm, 24 months total £5,108.00 Leasing Options

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Ive been getting more and more interested in lease deals - i recently worked out how much my 8 year old lexus cost to run/fuel/tax/depreciate and its not as low as i originally thought (about £330pm o…
cheeky_chops Avatar2y, 3w agoFound 2 years, 3 weeks ago48 Comments
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My POS did cost exactly £500 4 years ago.

I measure the economy at 49mpg and 42 mpg if i drive it hard for that particular tank.
I have spent on average £150 per year on repairs (including mot fees)
Road tax is £110 this year.
I'm going to retire it soon because i bumped it and the windscreen is cracked so i will still get minimum £100 in scrap value.

Can anyone flash the maths at me any tell me why a new car will work out better?

Edited By: tan159 on Nov 24, 2014 23:44
We get about 53mpg on mostly short runs in the Yaris. I agree that Toyota's algorithm for using EV mode and charging the battery isn't the best. I can set off on battery then sit at traffic lights but if the battery is low the engine kicks in to charge it. Why not wait until I'm moving anyway?
I have this as a company car (albeit the touring sports - although not sure where they got the sports part from).

Normal day to day driving you are more likely to get 45-55mpg (with 17" wheels)

The EV mode doesn't like engaging when cold, so if you do lots of short journeys your mpg will suffer badly. Mpg also isn't great for lots of motorway miles as the EV doesn't work at all over 45 mph so you are just carrying around the weight of the batteries.

Generally it's a pretty good car, quite pokey when pushed. Good when you stick your foot down at the lights and your neck and neck with someone because as soon as they change gear you've done them as the Auris has just 1 gear (CVT).
Have the Yaris Hybrid on a 3 year PCP deal for £220 so this is very good value. Wouldn't hesitate if this deal is around when the Yaris goes back.
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