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New Skoda Citigo 1.0 3 door SE (red, with air con, 5k miles) for £99 deposit & £99 a month 0% APR 42 month term PCP deal Total £4,257.00 @ Lookers Motor Group

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My mum is literally just finishing up signing up for this now at the dealership and I think it is an excellent offer if you do 5,000 miles a year and want a no thrills, cheap to run and maintain new c…
JPS Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago91 Comments
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Did anyone else have to pay a £149 initial payment? No idea how they have turned 99 into 149

Edited By: spencerasmith on Mar 26, 2016 11:05
dromoreboy
Can get the Fabia for about the same price - states £109 but can haggle it down to £100 a month like I did - http://www.howardabraham.com/new-skoda/offer/201/skoda/new-fabia/fabia-10-s-5-door
Good deal, dealer based in Ireland though, do you happen to know if they deliver into England? thanks
adambaz
I have just ordered one of these.
£99 upfront, £89 a month.
42 month deal, 5000pa miles.
£4450 optional final payment.
Total repayable: £8237
This is for the Citigo SE Colour edition, which is the SE, plus Front Fogs, The Garmin Infotainment thing (satnav, Bluetooth phone etc etc) and additional speaker pack.
Which Skoda Dealership did you order this through? I'm looking at similar deals but have not seen one as low as £89 a month, thanks. I'm also looking for a 5 door, was the one you ordered 3 or 5 door? thanks

Edited By: shakerstevens on Mar 21, 2016 14:28: extra question
I have just ordered one of these.

£99 upfront, £89 a month.
42 month deal, 5000pa miles.
£4450 optional final payment.
Total repayable: £8237

This is for the Citigo SE Colour edition, which is the SE, plus Front Fogs, The Garmin Infotainment thing (satnav, Bluetooth phone etc etc) and additional speaker pack.
Paid 399 pound deposit to skoda over the phone they said it is to reserve the car and they give me 300 back the following week when I pick up the car. Its been just over two weeks now and they still can't give me an estimated delivery date. All they can tell me is it is in the UK and 'out for delivery' I really need the car immediately. What can I do?


Edited By: spencerasmith on Mar 17, 2016 08:29: Detail
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Citroen C1 Airscape - 24 month Lease - Total cost: £2,228.00 (£92/month) @ lookers

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This looks like a really good deal. Both the Airscape (folding roof) and the standard car are available for the same price. This is a lease deal for 24 months and 6k miles per annum. Cost is:…
Bl1ng Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago36 Comments
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Rang up about a personal lease and they said it was business users only. All personal leases need to be done via thier 'Elect 4 personal lease'.

Here is what they emailed me.
New C1 PureTech 82 manual 3-door Feel is £99 per month (exc any options) with a customer advance rental of £1,727.82.

C1 Airscape VTi 68 ETG 5-door Flair is £149 per month with a customer advance rental of £1,625.08.

All lease terms are 36 months, 6000 miles per annum for New C1, C3, DS 3, DS 3 Cabrio, Berlingo Multispace, C3 Picasso and C4 Cactus.


This turns the above deal for a personal lease customers into £3,484.98 over 2yrs or £145.21 per month.

Daz



Edited By: alfadaz on Aug 06, 2015 09:50: removed quotes as it doesnt show up on mobile app
MajesticUnicorn
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50pEachwayJay
Bl1ng
50pEachwayJay
Load of cod. My mrs just ordered this same car for £38 a month inc vat with 10k miles allowance and £1200 deposit. Cold.
Sounds similar to the deal in post 2
Yeah, that's the one. I did put the details, but as you say its over 18 months. Much better deal IMO.
Big deposit upfront on a lease isn't always the best option. If it's stolen or written off you will lose the £1200 even with Gap insurance.
I say this as someone who has a lease car with a bigger upfront payment than this.
Just pointing out that saving £100 might not be the best option if there's another deal with a smaller upfront payment.
Hey, I've been looking into leasing.
What's gap insurance?
And why would a theft/write off of the car be any different from the same thing happening to your own personal vehicle?
Thanks in advance

The lease car doesn't belong to you, it belongs to the lease co'. Your insurance policy and any Gap insurance you have is aiming to put the lease co' back to the position they would have been in had the car not been stolen or written off, not you.

Simple example:

You lease a car over 2 years.

Initial payment upfront: £1200
Then 23 months at: £200
At the end of the 2 years, the lease co' is expecting to get the car back and for it to be worth £13,000.

After 6 months, the car is stolen.

The lease co' have already had £1200 + (5 x £200) off you and will now be looking to recover the £13,000 plus the outstanding payments you owe.

So they want £13,000 + (18 x £200) = £16,600
Insurance co' say the car was actually worth £15,000 when it was stolen, so they pay the lease co' that much – it goes to them, not you. You then owe the other £1600 but if you have Gap insurance that should pay out the difference.

So all in all, you're not too badly off; you don't owe anyone anything.

BUT... You have paid £1200 + (5 x £200) = £2,400 to drive the car for 6 months and now you have to start again.

If the initial upfront payment had been lower and the monthly payments higher to balance it out, you might have only paid £600 + (5 x £226) = £1730 for those 6 months.

Your insurance co' and Gap co' would have still put the lease co' back to being where they should be, but you'll have paid out less yourself.
MajesticUnicorn

Hey, I've been looking into leasing.
What's gap insurance?
And why would a theft/write off of the car be any different from the same thing happening to your own personal vehicle?
Thanks in advance

Gap insurance pays out the difference between the current market value of the car and the new price.Your insurance will only pay out the current market value.

Let's say the car gets written off after 18 months. The current value of the car at 18 months old will be a fair few £k less than new.
No different to your own vehicle but for your own vehicle you may decide you are happy to take the current value of the car.

For a lease car though, the car doesn't belong to you and the lease company may hit you for more than the current value of the car as you may owe more on the lease than the value of the car when it is written off.


Edited By: Bl1ng on Jul 27, 2015 11:11
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50pEachwayJay
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50pEachwayJay
Load of cod. My mrs just ordered this same car for £38 a month inc vat with 10k miles allowance and £1200 deposit. Cold.
Sounds similar to the deal in post 2
Yeah, that's the one. I did put the details, but as you say its over 18 months. Much better deal IMO.
Big deposit upfront on a lease isn't always the best option. If it's stolen or written off you will lose the £1200 even with Gap insurance.
I say this as someone who has a lease car with a bigger upfront payment than this.
Just pointing out that saving £100 might not be the best option if there's another deal with a smaller upfront payment.

Hey, I've been looking into leasing.

What's gap insurance?

And why would a theft/write off of the car be any different from the same thing happening to your own personal vehicle?

Thanks in advance
I bet this deal won't materialise come Monday morning, same thing last week
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Vauxhall ASTRA 1.4 Energy, pre reg, £10,999.00 @ Lookers

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For a brand new car with a warranty and ok specs not bad. Also could not find cheaper one The Vauxhall Astra Energy 1.4 not only offers great value for money but also comes with a really great spec…
kristapsl Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago5 Comments
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Terms & Conditions Apply, prices do not include first reg fee, RFL, and any optional extras

Guessing by this you need to add a few quid to cover registration and RFL

Not a bad buy if you are just doing the school run etc, but I've driven loads of these in 1.6 guise and they are pretty gutless so cant really expect much from the 1.4 99 bhp version. The Astra is a pretty heavy car
redduck
link goes to a zafira rather than the astra in the post.

Posted the right one
link goes to a zafira rather than the astra in the post.
petrol, diesel, 0-60, warrantee length, colour range, all would help you post
not a bad deal
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Brand New Vauxhall Mokka Offer £16,795.00 @ Lookers Motor Group

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Received an email today, having an offer 0%APR on some cars only for Lookers (Vauxall Birmingham). CORSA FUN 64Reg (0%APR) 1 YEAR INSURANCE FREE ADAM & EVE IT 64Reg (…
KB90 Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago6 Comments
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oddballjamie
Just looked online and brokers have the same car at £14k.

So £2800 extra to buy it 'interest free'.

Yep. Smoke n mirrors
mattredman35
Gearboxes don't last long!!
http://www.mokkaownersclub.co.uk/forum/faulty-gearswatch-out_topic1400.html

Don't touch with a bargepole IMO.

Omg they swapped it for a Chevy, depreciation nightmare since their announcement to pull out of the UK.
Just looked online and brokers have the same car at £14k.

So £2800 extra to buy it 'interest free'.
Gearboxes don't last long!!
http://www.mokkaownersclub.co.uk/forum/faulty-gearswatch-out_topic1400.html

Don't touch with a bargepole IMO.
I don't know if your just saying these are good deals for the repayment plan or not. It all depends on your situation.

As far as cash prices go or at least the price they stating as OTR this is expensive.

There is about 10% discount online for the Techlines and 23% Exclusiv models, not sure what finance can be arranged for these deals.

Edited By: groenleader on Aug 21, 2014 21:15
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Skoda Citigo SE - £99 Deposit and £99 per month at (Lookers Skoda Manchester & Stockport) £8,479.00

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Skoda Citigo SE - £99 Deposit and £99 per month Looking for a cheap deal for when my old Micra conks out. Looks like a good deal as it’s not even the base spec model – Skoda Citigo SE key fe…
Robot_Cat_Dave Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago42 Comments
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ro53ben
vmistery
you could say that about getting one on finance then too which is what I did.

You could, but likely your deposit and interest rate negated any significant gain on your investment.

Not Really, mine was a 0% deal and I traded in my old car as the deposit plus £500
freebiehunter
vmistery
ro53ben
vmistery
I'm not sure if it is hot. I paid £8000 for a car 7 Years ago (Astra 1.6 @ 1year old) and have done 125,000 miles (138k total). Seems a better deal? What's the advantages of this over buying one?

If you'd invested the £8000 wisely, what would it be worth today. Having a low deposit and paying in arrears at 0% can be very cost effective and allow you to invest the money you otherwise have locked up in the car.

you could say that about getting one on finance then too which is what I did.


freebiehunter
vmistery
freebiehunter
vmistery
I'm not sure if it is hot. I paid £8000 for a car 7 Years ago (Astra 1.6 @ 1year old) and have done 125,000 miles (138k total). Seems a better deal? What's the advantages of this over buying one?

The advantage over buying one is the fact that it's a low depost, extremely low monthly payments and you can chop it in at the end of the agreement having had 42 months of very cheap motoring. If you were to buy one outright i'm pretty sure after 42 months it wouldn't be worth anywhere near £4222 (the remaining 'buy' finance) so would then be the ideal time to change anyway, so unless you intended to keep it for a good few year more the finance deal makes sense and works out a good solution
Possibly. But if your doing that kind of low millage why get a new car?


Warranty, newer tech / safety, peace of mind. Lots of reasons people like new cars. I only do @ 8000 miles p/year but I like to change my car every couple of years

Cars do not change that much every 2 years. I'd say most are excuses because people want new cars (which is fair enough).

At the end of the day the deal posted is an extremely good 0% finance deal on a new car and it's hard to argue against it

I was not. Just saying there are alternatives...


oddballjamie
vmistery
oddballjamie
vmistery
I'm not sure if it is hot. I paid £8000 for a car 7 Years ago (Astra 1.6 @ 1year old) and have done 125,000 miles (138k total). Seems a better deal? What's the advantages of this over buying one?

Gotta ask, doing those miles any reason you didn't buy a diesel?
Funny that actually, when I bought it I was only doing a low mileage, typically as soon as I got it I got offered a job further away. My next car will likely be but I am just waiting for this to die which it just refuses to.

I was the opposite way with a diesel previously, my mileage dropped by about 75% and it slowly killed it, I traded it in for an Astra 1.8 in 2010 which although not great on fuel has been the most reliable car I've owned.

To be fair since my Rover Metro I havent really had a problem with a car. When I first got the Astra it broke down 3times due to a Cam shaft sensor or something but they eventually fixed that (under warranty). Since then the only new things I have had put on it that isnt wear and tear stuff has been the water pump oh and a Cat but that is because I went over a car battery and broke it.


oddballjamie
vmistery


Cars do not change that much every 2 years. I'd say most are excuses because people want new cars (which is fair enough).

Cars don't change a huge amount in two years but life can, I bought a brand new three door a few years back, which although I can't fault it, sometimes I wish it had two extra doors for getting the little one in and out.

However I bought the car to keep long-term and not fall into the trading every two year trap. If I wanted to do that I would just lease.

To be fair I have not calculated what would be better, buying then selling every couple of years or leasing. But I also don't have the spare £ around to upgrade that regularly. I do like having the extra doors, was the biggest pain about my old Rover Metro (other than it was a death trap of course).
Are there any similar small family car deals? Skoda Octavia etc? Any help appreciated!
vmistery


Cars do not change that much every 2 years. I'd say most are excuses because people want new cars (which is fair enough).

Cars don't change a huge amount in two years but life can, I bought a brand new three door a few years back, which although I can't fault it, sometimes I wish it had two extra doors for getting the little one in and out.

However I bought the car to keep long-term and not fall into the trading every two year trap. If I wanted to do that I would just lease.
vmistery
oddballjamie
vmistery
I'm not sure if it is hot. I paid £8000 for a car 7 Years ago (Astra 1.6 @ 1year old) and have done 125,000 miles (138k total). Seems a better deal? What's the advantages of this over buying one?

Gotta ask, doing those miles any reason you didn't buy a diesel?
Funny that actually, when I bought it I was only doing a low mileage, typically as soon as I got it I got offered a job further away. My next car will likely be but I am just waiting for this to die which it just refuses to.

I was the opposite way with a diesel previously, my mileage dropped by about 75% and it slowly killed it, I traded it in for an Astra 1.8 in 2010 which although not great on fuel has been the most reliable car I've owned.
vmistery
ro53ben
vmistery
I'm not sure if it is hot. I paid £8000 for a car 7 Years ago (Astra 1.6 @ 1year old) and have done 125,000 miles (138k total). Seems a better deal? What's the advantages of this over buying one?

If you'd invested the £8000 wisely, what would it be worth today. Having a low deposit and paying in arrears at 0% can be very cost effective and allow you to invest the money you otherwise have locked up in the car.

you could say that about getting one on finance then too which is what I did.


freebiehunter
vmistery
freebiehunter
vmistery
I'm not sure if it is hot. I paid £8000 for a car 7 Years ago (Astra 1.6 @ 1year old) and have done 125,000 miles (138k total). Seems a better deal? What's the advantages of this over buying one?

The advantage over buying one is the fact that it's a low depost, extremely low monthly payments and you can chop it in at the end of the agreement having had 42 months of very cheap motoring. If you were to buy one outright i'm pretty sure after 42 months it wouldn't be worth anywhere near £4222 (the remaining 'buy' finance) so would then be the ideal time to change anyway, so unless you intended to keep it for a good few year more the finance deal makes sense and works out a good solution
Possibly. But if your doing that kind of low millage why get a new car?


Warranty, newer tech / safety, peace of mind. Lots of reasons people like new cars. I only do @ 8000 miles p/year but I like to change my car every couple of years

Cars do not change that much every 2 years. I'd say most are excuses because people want new cars (which is fair enough).

At the end of the day the deal posted is an extremely good 0% finance deal on a new car and it's hard to argue against it
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