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Citroen Grand C4 Picasso - 20k miles 7 seater Lease £298.00 35+3 (£11533 inc £180 fee) NVC

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If you are looking for a family 7 seater and do a lot of mileage like us this is a decent price. This is the top of the range model with lots of extras. Others have described pros and cons of le…
billigmeister Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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imiskeen
loopz
Everyone on HUKD got the C4 Picasso last year for £118, we'll see this as the same car no doubt hence its going cold. different car though
Agreed, I paid £186 a month for 10K miles with 3 months upfront 24 months ago. This seems expensive for the same car. Great car though I will add.
Not sure what those other deals were - different models i guess?
Key thing for me is the mileage - any 7 seater with 20K miles is a lot more.
I know most don't like leases and first glance it looks a lot for a citroen - but if you are looking for what i need then it might be an option for people

Forgot to add - I got mine direct from Citroen lease after shopping on here. I had the 115 VTR+ Manual and believe it or not, it was actually more than fast enough. The engine was strong considering BHP?? Citroen will easily beat any online quote you get. Just show them the website and play hardball.
imiskeen
loopz
Everyone on HUKD got the C4 Picasso last year for £118, we'll see this as the same car no doubt hence its going cold. different car though
Agreed, I paid £186 a month for 10K miles with 3 months upfront 24 months ago. This seems expensive for the same car. Great car though I will add.

Not sure what those other deals were - different models i guess?

Key thing for me is the mileage - any 7 seater with 20K miles is a lot more.

I know most don't like leases and first glance it looks a lot for a citroen - but if you are looking for what i need then it might be an option for people
loopz
Everyone on HUKD got the C4 Picasso last year for £118, we'll see this as the same car no doubt hence its going cold. different car though

Agreed, I paid £186 a month for 10K miles with 3 months upfront 24 months ago. This seems expensive for the same car. Great car though I will add.
Everyone on HUKD got the C4 Picasso last year for £118, we'll see this as the same car no doubt hence its going cold. different car though
Shame my car isn't up for renewal until next year. It's a good deal.
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Seat Leon Sport Coupe 1.4 EcoTSI 150 FR Titanium 24 month Car Lease Total £4,640.04 @ NVC

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Great spec car (FR Titanium model) with a sub 8 sec 0 - 62 and a 56.5mpg. List price starts at £21,575 and equipment includes: - 1.4 Eco TSI 150PS petrol engine - Sat nav - DAB radio - Rea…
LazyJesus Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago50 Comments
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Can anyone still obtain this price or know of any similar lease deals as competitive on the leon?
i bought a 5 door leon 1.6 diesel 105psi with tech pack and fr alloys - looks just like fr with out badge for £6k.
done a bit of mileage but hopefully will sell in a year and may lose a few hundred. free road tax too which is bonus.
OrribleHarry
ukscoob1
OrribleHarry
Cold, unreliable and oversubscribed.
A focus is a much better car and can be had for similar money.
Unreliable? A German VW built car? You should probably check your facts.​

You should check YOURS its well know how unreliable VAG stuff is.


​Will do.
Kimboball
still unsure on these deals, cannot get my head around them! I would buy a car around 18months/2 years old with low mileage (lost quite a bit of value + still has manufacturing warranty!) I would keep the car for around 3 or even 4 years then sell and buy another, ok you are not getting a new car, but my last two only had 6k on the clock...why would I spend 5k to rent? the wife's Leon Fr (a fiesta St doesn't come close, you need to compare with Focus) has been great, look on auto trader and eBay for 2014/5 models / prices, not voted as I do not understand !

How much did the last car that you bought and then traded-in depreciate by over those 3 years? £6k? £7k?

Add to that VED costs, breakdown cover costs, MOT costs, servicing costs, repair bill costs that you paid for/non-warranty work costs, tyres that needed replacing etc.

If it worked out cheaper than £2300 per year then fair enough, but I doubt it did.

Edited By: karlie88 on Sep 25, 2016 19:47
Kimboball
still unsure on these deals, cannot get my head around them! I would buy a car around 18months/2 years old with low mileage (lost quite a bit of value + still has manufacturing warranty!) I would keep the car for around 3 or even 4 years then sell and buy another, ok you are not getting a new car, but my last two only had 6k on the clock...why would I spend 5k to rent? the wife's Leon Fr (a fiesta St doesn't come close, you need to compare with Focus) has been great, look on auto trader and eBay for 2014/5 models / prices, not voted as I do not understand !
how much money did you loose on the car your trading in after the 3 years??
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Ford Focus 1.5 TDCi 120 Zetec Navigation: Car Lease 24x £109.60 + £1495.20 initial rental. Total £4,125.60 equivalent £171.90pm

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Not bad for a two year lease on a decent car with sat nav built in. 6000miles or 10,000 from £125pm. If you think there's better value for money I'd be happy to see it.
drewziph Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago56 Comments
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I ordered one and they are saying target delivery date is 17th, think the price has gone up about £4 a month since this deal was posted too, hardly a deal breaker though



Edited By: scoopy2scoops on Sep 30, 2016 17:36
Has anyone else ordered one? I missed out on the zetec but have applied for the titanium @ 3+23 for 162 a month. Just wondered What kind of delivery to expect? I
Codify
karlie88
Some good discounts on the Focus if you're wanting to buy outright at the moment. This particular model is available for under £14500, with a £6000 saving off list.
from where?

http://www.broker4cars.co.uk/Buy/New_Car.jsp?capID=65283&dt
Has this deal expired?
kamy786rulz
I am 20, first car , insurance qoute is coming to 2.3k a year on this. I select 24months, 10K mile pa , 3 months initial. works out about £4,577 after 2 years with no Maintenance.

Should I buy it?


​Not long ago Fiat were doing lease deals on the Fiat 500 that included insurance, designed for youngsters. Could be worth a look as that sort of money on insurance just seems so wrong.
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MINI Cooper Lease deals, Free Chili Pack, 8K (36 month deals) £7,111.28 @ NVC

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My last post was deleted... It was the best deal... so here's a slightly worse one from a website that the Gods of HUKD have approved in the past. I typed out a lot of stuff in the last one, but i…
afrocleland Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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tombee
Great timing, my missus was looking to trade in her old mini for another used one on finance. I'll find out tomorrow if they can beat these prices.
Anyone knows how long this offer is on for?
On finance (PCP I'm guessing?) from a dealer... Not a hope in hell. You'd be lucky to get under 250. I was told the cars take at least 3-4 weeks and they must be registered by December.
Great timing, my missus was looking to trade in her old mini for another used one on finance. I'll find out tomorrow if they can beat these prices.

Anyone knows how long this offer is on for?

Edited By: tombee on Sep 18, 2016 23:13
doddza69
If this is for 36 months it is a cracking deal. Hardly ever see a mini deal and this is cheap as chips
It is... but it's bombed. Oh well...
If this is for 36 months it is a cracking deal. Hardly ever see a mini deal and this is cheap as chips
randomdude12
Does the chili pack contain scotch bonnet?
Looks like it's yellow with two black stripes. No tartan. :)
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Car Leasing Ford Fiesta 1.5 TDCi Zetec 5dr £554 initial then £125 x 48

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Longer term lease than usually posted but low monthly payments, car does 78.5 MPG. Lease is based on 48 months at 8000 miles per annum.Up front is £374.22 plus £180 admin fee Shorter periods are avai…
bowdiddly Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago87 Comments
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lukman2k
Gotta love these deals , makes me feel so much better with my 35k top end vw passat 4wd alltrack DSG i bagged from here for the same price. Need a car for the missus and looking out for another insane deal but not this one im afraid.



​VW top end..... Lol :) VW are about as top end as plastic shoes. And the passat has above average performance but is, like the golf, one of the dullest, characterless, bland cars you can buy. Drive a VW because it's a good drive, but they are nothing to boast about :D
smolloy2002
EveshamLad
smolloy2002
Razorfishy
What's the realistic mpg on these?
​I get 50 mpg with my 1.6 diesel
Have you had the calibration updated since new?
I was originally only getting 50+mpg, but since the calibration was updated (in 2011) I'm upset if I'm not getting 70mpg.
Currently getting about 75mpg because of the higher ambient temperature.
​calibration?.....tell me more please

Next time you take your motor for a service at a Ford dealer, get them to check all your software is up-to date.
m5rcc
thebruce
The only way to do it is log it long term over at least 1 summer + 1 winter.
Or one can check by filling up to the brim, writing the mileage on the fuel receipt, then filling up to the brim again after 300 miles or so and writing that mileage on the ticket. Multiply the litres on the second ticket by 0.22 to get gallons, subtract the first mileage from the second mileage then divide the result by the gallons. Of course you then need to allow for odometer inaccuracy.

Yes, but you need to do this long term and get a rolling average going. Every litre of fuel I've put in my car has been logged. I'm shocked at how much variation I get between fill ups, must be due to errors in the pump gauge, or length of nozzle (I don't fill to the brim, just the first click as recommended in the manual for my car).

Long term also cancels out the fact that you get better mpg in the hotter weather.

And I wouldn't trust a trip computer at all.

It's funny how people "know" how much mpg they get, but very few are logging it so the number they quote is worthless to people like me who drive a ton of miles and want to buy the best mpg car based on data.

Edit: here is my mpg data: http://m.imgur.com/UqhDwQ6

Edited By: thebruce on Jul 02, 2016 19:52: Adding data
I've the Nissan xtrail 1.6diesel and getting 57mpg in the lakes really pleased as my freelander just managed 30mpg this is one of the reasons I've decided to lease. works out cheaper and I've got certainty in my costs.
neilglover1
Razorfishy
What's the realistic mpg on these?
Check honestjohn website for realistic mpg

Or as I posted on post #6.

The Real mpg is an average of an average of an average covering all types of use and all methods of calculating the economy. The real life fuel economy register gives you a method of calculating your mpg brim to brim, based on car odometer readings, which may themselves be higher than the miles actually covered.
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Mini Hatchback 5 Door 2.0 Cooper S D PCH/Lease 6+23 10k/pa £5,264.00 nationwidevehiclecontracts

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car won't be to everybody's taste and I certainly discounted it at first but you can read my blurb in the first post. Based on deal above it would be £180 processing fee when you order the vehicle…
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hottoast
I don't think anybody should ever lease without at least considering gap insurance, not unless you can afford the insurance payment shortfall, should the worse happen.

Another potential cost to factor in.... saving the money for the next lease deposit ready for the next car when the current lease runs out.

If you are handing it back and don't want another car, it is not a problem, but if you do want another car and can't afford to just splash out (in this example) £1051. 86 from loose change as a deposit for the next lease, you need to save.... This in effect adds another £45 to the monthly bill.


Completely agree. For that very reason I was more tempted to go for the 3 year lease as you're at least spreading the burden of the deposit.
I don't think anybody should ever lease without at least considering gap insurance, not unless you can afford the insurance payment shortfall, should the worse happen.

Another potential cost to factor in.... saving the money for the next lease deposit ready for the next car when the current lease runs out.

If you are handing it back and don't want another car, it is not a problem, but if you do want another car and can't afford to just splash out (in this example) £1051. 86 from loose change as a deposit for the next lease, you need to save.... This in effect adds another £45 to the monthly bill.
I've gone for standard Pepper White with black roof and mirrors and model badge deletion
dwighty31
Thanks OP, sent order last night. Have you got any further info from them? Expected delivery dates etc? Couldn't find this model any cheaper, seemed similar price to lower spec models. Ordered standard spec


No, we had a bit of back and forth as I decided to change the contract term and some spec. I think they were supposed to the credit check and propose me to finder (Hitachi Capital) on Friday. Would expect to hear something tomorrow.

No info on delivery but they said it a new order could take upto 14 weeks. I'm guessing I find out before putting through final order. I enquirer at Mini dealership and they said 6 weeks for bog standard spec
Thanks OP, sent order last night. Have you got any further info from them? Expected delivery dates etc? Couldn't find this model any cheaper, seemed similar price to lower spec models. Ordered standard spec
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Peugeot 308 2.0 BlueHDi 150 GT Line Personal Lease £193 x 23+3 £5,222.00 nationwidevehiclecontracts

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Personal Lease deal and although not I'm a fan of Peugeots (or French brands in general) this seemed like a decent deal. Not often you get a car than can claim to do +60mpg (72 mpg Combined on this on…
loofer Avatar6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago19 Comments
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androoski
I've always managed to get better MPG than claimed in any car when things go right.

And you can sustain that higher mpg indefinitely? I doubt it...


androoski
There is little point in trying to measure "real-world" consumption figures, because everybody has different real-worlds. Especially those people who can't drive properly, we've all seen them constantly on the brakes, these are the first to moan about "claimed MPG". I can't understand why people moan about claimed MPG, do people seriously expect a deterministic measurement?

It's the major fault with the compulsory EC Fuel and Emissions
Certification system. By EC law, manufacturers cannot publicise any other figures than those achieved in the certification tests. Obviously manufacturers optimise their cars to achieve the best possible results in the tests. There is no compulsion on them to ensure the cars will match these figures in real life.

You will get better economy from a small low power and low torque engine like the 1.2 Puretech 130 I mentioned previously, running it on Shell V-Power because that is what all current engines are optimised on and the torque enhancement has a greater effect on a low torque engine enabling shorter shifting and less time in low gears.
Claimed MPG is the MPG you could achieve in ideal conditions, I've always managed to get better MPG than claimed in any car when things go right. Common sense will tell you that you are not going to get as good MPG if you head into heavy stop start traffic uphill with a cold engine. If car A claims 75MPG in ideal conditions vs car B that claims 55MPG, then generally you will find that Car A will usually return better MPG than car B in most situations.
There is little point in trying to measure "real-world" consumption figures, because everybody has different real-worlds. Especially those people who can't drive properly, we've all seen them constantly on the brakes, these are the first to moan about "claimed MPG". I can't understand why people moan about claimed MPG, do people seriously expect a deterministic measurement?





Edited By: androoski on May 10, 2016 06:11
5k for 2 years for a Peugeot? Na
loofer
I've not seen a deal for a mid size family car with average monthly payment at £170

Pulsar deal the other day was under £140/net/mth
shakerstevens
Average cost per month is £217.58 when you add in the upfront cost to give you a monthly equivalent.
Doesn't seem like a great deal to me unless you want that particular car. Midsize family cars are nearer to £150/£170 PM and smaller cars like the C1 for a about £120 a month on the various HUKD deals on leases over the last few months.
Unless there's a misprice and people got a lucky, I've not seen a deal for a mid size family car with average monthly payment at £170
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Seat Ibiza FR 1.4 Technology Pack £144.90 p/m 10000 Miles Per Yr (£4,636.80 24 Months) nationwidevehiclecontracts

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Car leasing is the way forward with cheap deals such as these! Cheap ins group car for what. Believe this model is the 3dr if someone could confirm. ALL BELOW IS INCLUDING VAT. Seat Ibiza 1.4…
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Has this deal gone already? I get £209.58 a month, or am I selecting the wrong options?
good deal, heat.
It's the 5dr, have a look at the URL.
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Vauxhall Corsa 5 Door 1.4 SRi Personal Car Leasing £6,296.94 @ NVC

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48 month contract, £360 initial rental, free metallic paint, annual mileage: 8000. In stock.
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Firefly1
229mel
terrible deal! for the same price you can own a couple years old corsa outright, not that I would..because its junk.

A Corsa is certainly not 'junk' - nor are most cars that are sold in the 'Western World'. Brand snobbery on HUKD is pathetic and a joke.
Nevertheless the value of this deal is not great because of the 2nd hand price of (new-ish) Corsa's comparison to the expense incurred for this 48 month contract.


Corsas ARE 'junk'. They're horrific cars and I can judge, as I'm the very unfortunate owner of one. NEVER again will I buy another Vauxhall. Their built quality is shocking, reliability is awful, customer service is non-existent! Need I go on? I have a list of things as long as my arm which have needed to be replaced/modified/whatever under the warranty of my Corsa. Had to fight and fight to get things done, it's unbelievable. This was my first Vauxhall purchase, and definitely last! Strongly urge others not to touch them with a barge pole. I have literally no confidence in this's manufacturer, and have never felt confident driving my Vauxhall due to the sheer about of times it's been back in the dealership for repairs, quick fixes and so on.
ShaunnyBwoy
oddballjamie
ShaunnyBwoy
oddballjamie
229mel
terrible deal! for the same price you can own a couple years old corsa outright, not that I would..because its junk.
Problem is the Fiesta does it better in every way.
True, but the Focus can't even come close to the new Astra at the moment.
I should think so, the current Focus is five years old, even if it had a facelift more recently.
Hopefully the depreciation isn't as bad as previous Astra's. My one lost 80% from list in five years and 31k miles, good job I got a huge discount when I bought it new.
Yeah, that's the bad thing about Vauxhalls. Unless they're a lease, there's no point buying brand new at full RRP, and even then it's still only for a lifetime committed. The customer service is mediocre at best, and the badge value retention is the most pitiful out of all brands.
I bought mine when the lifetime warranty was back on, wife drives it now and still under warranty for another 68k miles.

I've not had a problem with their customer service, always pick up and return on time and warranty claim has been the paint finish which their sorted even though the car was over four years old at the time.

Depreciation is something they could do about, same as VW did many years back. Keep as many used cars as they can in the dealer network and keep the prices high. Then lower the list and decrease discounts on new cars.
oddballjamie
ShaunnyBwoy
oddballjamie
229mel
terrible deal! for the same price you can own a couple years old corsa outright, not that I would..because its junk.
Problem is the Fiesta does it better in every way.
True, but the Focus can't even come close to the new Astra at the moment.
I should think so, the current Focus is five years old, even if it had a facelift more recently.
Hopefully the depreciation isn't as bad as previous Astra's. My one lost 80% from list in five years and 31k miles, good job I got a huge discount when I bought it new.

Yeah, that's the bad thing about Vauxhalls. Unless they're a lease, there's no point buying brand new at full RRP, and even then it's still only for a lifetime committed. The customer service is mediocre at best, and the badge value retention is the most pitiful out of all brands.
ShaunnyBwoy
oddballjamie
229mel
terrible deal! for the same price you can own a couple years old corsa outright, not that I would..because its junk.
Problem is the Fiesta does it better in every way.
True, but the Focus can't even come close to the new Astra at the moment.
I should think so, the current Focus is five years old, even if it had a facelift more recently.

Hopefully the depreciation isn't as bad as previous Astra's. My one lost 80% from list in five years and 31k miles, good job I got a huge discount when I bought it new.
oddballjamie
229mel
terrible deal! for the same price you can own a couple years old corsa outright, not that I would..because its junk.
Problem is the Fiesta does it better in every way.

True, but the Focus can't even come close to the new Astra at the moment.
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3+23 10k Seat Ibiza Sport Coupe 1.2 TSI 110 FR Technology £4,220.84 @ nationwidevehiclecontracts

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I was looking around for a lease deal for my mom and came across this! 3 payments up front followed by 23 payments. Based on 10k per annum. £487.02 + 23 x £162.34 inc VAT. Considering this i…
Youngiex Avatar10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago11 Comments
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cold for using 'mom'
I would do your Mum a favour and get her the C1 deal, half the cost and with the all important rear view camera that all Mum's need to avoid those expensive repairs because of posts jumping out at them and wrecking the rear while reversing!! :)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lease-deal-citroen-c1-hatchback-1-0-vti-feel-5dr-107pm-10k-miles-24-months-2563-2385986
:'(
To be fair these cars are very cheap 2nd hand
Slightly better deal already posted here
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Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost 125 Titanium 5 door - 8k miles pa - £4,172 - 2 Year lease @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts £4,172.00

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Decent car with good reviews. I have just ordered one and this is the first lease car! Per Month £124.75 * 23 = £2,869 Deposit = £1,122 Admin fee = £180 Total = £4,172 = £174 a month over 24 mo…
keith43 Avatar10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago29 Comments
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Got the car and it looks good!
HammerTime10
twinkle
As this can be bought for £12000 with 0.9%pa over 2 years or 2.9%pa over 4years from Ford I would wonder if purchase on this occasion would be cheaper...question to ask is will this car be worth £8000 in 2 years?
Apologies its an extra £500 for the 5 door.
​how are you getting 12k for a titanium ecoboost??
£11,690.25 delivered at newregcars for a Titanium Ecoboost.

Thought that's for a 3 door, 100, solid-paint version. If you want a 5 door, 125, metallic paint version, it's £13,010.25.
OrribleHarry
HammerTime10
bd03asz
HammerTime10
OrribleHarry
Rather have this 140bhp version for £3,659.91= £152.48pm
​this is what I have gone for but for 5k per annum as I do low milage to my business premises.
also got them to do a nearly price match for a £99 a month on another site.
offered me £103 inc VAT and £935 deposit. 24 month.
went for Panther black should be here Thursday :)
​I am keen to find out who gave you this quote please?
​lease2gateway very good customer service keep you up you date throughout the process.
​It's gateway2lease lol

Yea that's the one X)
HammerTime10
bd03asz
HammerTime10
OrribleHarry
Rather have this 140bhp version for £3,659.91= £152.48pm


​this is what I have gone for but for 5k per annum as I do low milage to my business premises.

also got them to do a nearly price match for a £99 a month on another site.

offered me £103 inc VAT and £935 deposit. 24 month.

went for Panther black should be here Thursday :)


​I am keen to find out who gave you this quote please?


​lease2gateway very good customer service keep you up you date throughout the process.


​It's gateway2lease lol
HammerTime10
the hire company have told me the car the i'm getting is worth £16,500 for the insurance.
that's a zetec s lower spec than the Titanium !!

That's probably book price with paint option.
As people have said £13.5k is about right for a 125 5dr titanium. For 12k you only get a 100 3dr titanium.
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I'm guessing you need to be a business for the business price
rexyrex360
208 a month for
a4 ... that's expensive for 'there' printer paper

Their.
80463ghie
Any good decent lease deal on Audi TT? Preferably white..
There's a few, but they are 5k miles. Try Solent leasing.
Any good decent lease deal on Audi TT? Preferably white..
1.4......? Nice deal, thanks OP. But not for me. :) Voted hot for price.
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Seat Ibiza Sport 1.0E ONLY £113.94 inc vat a MONTH. After fees etc, it works out about £30 a week. Total costs £3,214.00 - 24 months.

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Brilliant car. If your not bothered about having a prestige badge and just a want a affordable BRAND new car with no worries about repairs, MOT or high tax & fuel costs then this is a genuine great le…
cuslund Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago4 Comments
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Seems like a good deal to me. I have been thinking of leasing a city car for myself. We have a Zafira for lugging the kids and kit about so a nippy little run about is what I could do with for my day to day driving to work type stuff. Most of the city cars that are this kind of price look to have been designed to appeal to the ladies rather than a middle aged bloke like me but the Ibiza is pretty neutral looking so fits the bill nicely.
Ha ha sorry had to post again after reading the part about having no worries about repairs! Worries about what I thought you run an ultra reliable 10 year old jag that has wanted for nothing?
Voted cold based on how you are are stating in another thread how leasing is wasted money blah blah blah...., then you are posting lease deals yourself wtf?

Some oddballs on here for sure!!
for a little extra, I'd go for the 1.2 TSI FR. Much more fun to drive and still as economical.
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BRAND NEW Fiat 500 1.2 s ONLY £143.94 inc VAT per month OCT Delivery 24 months £4,444.00 @ nationwidevehiclecontracts

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SPECIAL OFFER, just found it. Great little car, so so popular and great price with great review for a reason. 2 year lease, so no problems with repairs or MOT and cheap and fun driving for a few good
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Nintendologist
PhoenixRising
I'm paying about £3400 over 2 years for my Fiesta Zetec S which is vastly superior, i.e. more space, much better engine, more reliable, etc.
Where was your deal from?
The deal was from last November. I got mine from Future Vehicle Leasing. It was on a 6+23 payment plan, £710 deposit + £118 per month for 23 month. Unfortunately, prices seem to have gone up for Fiestas but if you shop around, you can find good deals on other cars such as SEAT Leons.
PhoenixRising
I'm paying about £3400 over 2 years for my Fiesta Zetec S which is vastly superior, i.e. more space, much better engine, more reliable, etc.

Where was your deal from?
Not as cute but I'm paying £2500 over two years for a Panda.
A lease deal posted by someone who piped up on someone else's lease deal about how leasing is for mugs and wasted money!!

What a tool.
cruisecars
PhoenixRising
cuslund
PhoenixRising
Not a lease hater but this is very expensive for this car. I'd expect to be paying about £3k max over the 2 years.
YOUR A TROLL THEN
Why?
I'm paying about £3400 over 2 years for my Fiesta Zetec S which is vastly superior, i.e. more space, much better engine, more reliable, etc.
yawn its a ford lol
So what's your point? A Mustang is a Ford, a GT is a Ford, they're still great cars. At the end of the day, the Fiesta Zetec S is still a much better car than this Fiat 500 for a lot less money.
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Infiniti Q50 2.2 CDi Executive 10K/pa PCH £266 x 3+23 £7,100.00 @ nationwide vehicle contracts

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Not sure which way this one will go in terms of heat as it's not a particularly well known car/brand. I believe it's an established American brand and this particular model is trying to compete wit…
loofer Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago41 Comments
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Nissan?
bman
Hardly any dealers about. How would you go about dealer/approved servicing?
Hardly any dealers about. How would you go about dealer/approved servicing?
Manual? WTF
roadie
Does leasing include the insurance company costs or is that extra?

Can u buy the vehicle?


Nope, insurance is pretty much never included in a lease deal. You have to arrange your own.

You also have to be mindful that the insurer may only pay out market value for vehicle and the lease company may be expecting a higher figure, which is where you are expected to make up the shortfall. People buy a product called Gap insurance for this (in addition to norm car insurance)
wonkycows
I'm pretty sure they're made by Nissan. The posh branch. Sort of the same way that Lexus is Toyota's posh mark. That's a good thing too if you want something really reliable. Especially these days as the Germans are losing the plot with quality.

You are right about them being Nissan's equivalent of Lexus, but the reliability definitely does not compare to the Toyota brand. In 2014 the Infiniti Q50 was found to be the least reliable executive saloon for sale in the USA:
http://uk.businessinsider.com/consumer-reports-says-the-infiniti-q50-is-unreliable-2014-10

The Lexus IS on the other hand was the most reliable for the same Consumer Reports survey.


Edited By: cjsanandreas on Aug 30, 2015 20:19
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BMW 420d M Sport (Prof Med) Personal (8k miles) Term 3+47 £16,517.34 @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts

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Hi i have just seen this deal for a 4 series BMW which seems like a good lease deal, the only downside for some will be that it is for 4 years but on the plus side someone can ride the 4 series for 4
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rodman
RRP: £35,478 - £16.517 (Lease for 4 years) = £18.961
So if I buy it NEW and sell it 4 years, will I get 19K for it?

If it only sees 32k miles? :D Surely you won't get much if it is over 100k or something.
rodman
RRP: £35,478 - £16.517 (Lease for 4 years) = £18.961
So if I buy it NEW and sell it 4 years, will I get 19K for it?

Hahahahaha! Nowhere near that! But really... would you walk into a garage and accept that RRP: £35,478 price? Only a chump that cant haggle would accept that as the price for *this* car. Even if they refuse to budge, another dealer will haggle to beat the other guy... let them fight it out between them.

I bought a used 320Ci, 2 years old at the time, for less than half the RRP with 17k on the clock.

Id take a punt that the "cheaper" BMWs (318,320,420 etc) are more common so resell prices would be more depressed than say a 435d... which are still not far off new price 2 years old. (But don't tell the missus I was looking at them!) (_;)


Edited By: daveo78 on Jul 24, 2015 08:46
What's the use is a 4 year lease. Surely leasing is all about giving the impression to the neighbours you can afford a new car every couple of years - imagine the shame of a 4 year old BMW sitting on the drive when your trying to keep up with the Jones'.
RRP: £35,478 - £16.517 (Lease for 4 years) = £18.961

So if I buy it NEW and sell it 4 years, will I get 19K for it?
rodman
you can own M3 for this money

The whole motorway or just the Surrey section?
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Nissan Note 1.2 Acenta 5dr Metallic 8,000 mile 3+23 month Lease £119.94pm + £359.82 initial + £180 admin £3,298.00 Total - Nationwide Vehicle Contracts

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I'm posting this as I'm new to lease deals and want to see if it's a good deal and all your good HUKD opinions (and possibly a better price found elsewhere!). Although I've posted the 8000 mile ve…
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This particular deal is over but they have now discounted the Accenta Premium model which has Sat nav, auto lights and wipers (although like the Renault versions which share the same parts bin they have a mind of their own) dab radio, climate control and metallic paint over the Accenta model for £142 per month on a 3 plus 23 deal. 48 months is cheaper but when leasing wouldn't want to keep a car that long. Same bottom of the range 1.2 engine though which feels just about sufficient for this little car but is noisey, more so than the 1.5 dci.
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ReflexReact
Cold. Another lease deal.
This place should be renamed hotukleases
Leases are the new SSD for the hukd glory hunters!

Yes some may be searching for the glory of Heat added but most folks here are out for just sharing what they think is a good deal knowing that they may benefit from another posted deal in return.


He's just bitter because he posted a crap deal on a Nissan CashCow and it went colder than the arctic so he now cries when he sees a lease deal.
ReflexReact
Cold. Another lease deal.
This place should be renamed hotukleases
Leases are the new SSD for the hukd glory hunters!

Yes some may be searching for the glory of Heat added but most folks here are out for just sharing what they think is a good deal knowing that they may benefit from another posted deal in return.
This is a good deal. Heat added. Definitely not a car for me, although I had a hired car in France a couple of years back, the previous Note, and the handling was great. Bit underpowered for me.
oddballjamie
Taz1529
The more of these deals that are posted, the more sense it makes to me. If there wasn't the unpredictability with fee's at the end I think they'd be that bit more interesting.
But as people are noting, pardon the pun, I don't see the point in leasing something with such a small engine! Likely the smaller engined models will also be faster depreciating, and will likely use more fuel, so it's a false economy.
Smaller engines in cars like this tend to hold the money better, people are obsessed by VED figures and low tax brackets.
I had the same model (but with sat nav) as a courtesy car for two weeks and thought it was great, the space inside is amazing and the sliding seats are perfect if you have a large buggy. I only used it on A and B roads and the engine was adequate with good fuel economy.
Taz1529

Get an audi on lease so you don't have to spend the £ to get it fixed straight after the warranty expires.
It's a two year lease, you hand it back while still under warranty and Audi's aren't exactly the pinnacle of reliability. My Dad has just shelled out a few hundred on a door lock for his A4 two months out of warranty.

I was actually implying the opposite about Audi.
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Fiat 500 1.2 S - includes air con/climate control, rear parking sensors, start/stop, 16" alloys, bluetooth, USB, tinted windows & more - 24 month personal lease - 16,000 miles over term £2,705.00 @ NVC

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Price includes road tax, breakdown cover for 2 years, free delivery nationwide with the added bonus of the car remaining under warranty. Includes 2 colours: either Pasodoble Red or New Age Cream. G…
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yabampot
Tries to order and received an email stating the price was an error.

That's what I said way back on comment #44, but still everyone kept voting it hot. :|
john184


Thirdly, why do you want to drive old cars with the added hassle of increased failures, putting up with old dangerous tyres which should be replaced at least every 5 years (due to the rubber hardening and loosing grip) and cars with exceedingly poor safety records (have you ever seen a crashed Punto).



You mean the fiat punto that got 4 stars in the euro ncap crash test rating? (I'm pretty sure they saw a few more crashed puntos than you) or do you mean the grand punto? the one that got the 5 star ncap rating.

Seriously, you talk about used cars as if this was the 1970s...you are clearly painfully clueless.

Edited By: 1duck on Mar 31, 2015 14:52
john184

Ha, ha. I enjoyed your pointless thread with the logic of a 10 year old child. I'll take you through each of your points in turn to point out that you should spend more time thinking and less time trying to make pointless arguments.
Firstly, the two cars you refer to were actually 1, the octavia was later found out to be a 5yo taxi car. The interior, pedals and wheel had no unusual wear characteristics. Secondly the problems were all electronic with the doors deadlocking, window sensors, loom burning out 3 times, fuel pump failure and various alternator/regulator failures. Not something that can easily be checked. The engine pulled well with no smoke. Octavias are regarded as reliable cars.
I only found out the genuine mileage as the man who eventually fixed the car was also the man who clocked it.
Secondly, my friend had a nissan micra (1.3), all lights failed driving home at 2am with me in the car, which although maybe not typical still highlights the element of risk with any second hand car. I'll ignore your recommendation of the Fiat punto (thought they had all rusted away by now).
Thirdly, why do you want to drive old cars with the added hassle of increased failures, putting up with old dangerous tyres which should be replaced at least every 5 years (due to the rubber hardening and loosing grip) and cars with exceedingly poor safety records (have you ever seen a crashed Punto).
Fourthly, the costs I quoted were for a family saloon cars and were a comparison of mycosts (the clue was when I said my last car was an Octavia). Obviously small superminis will be cheaper.
Also, please don't misquote. Me stating spending money to keep the car running obviously doesn't refer to servicing (where did you get that from, it is called parts and repairs) and most people can grasp the notion that different parts break at different times, you fix a car in the faith it will stay fixed, this cars electrics didn't. Knowing when to shop a car in is the secret to minimising your outlay.
Out of interest with you spouting figures, please post the link to the £800 micra you refer to, which costs £80 to tax and has a years MOT. Thought not.


Let's look through your idiocy shall we? fiat panda...not a punto. Good job on the reading comprehension there.

overclocked car? it's called a five minute check with the ecu hooked up because it records the mileage separately to the clocks and is easily done by a dealership for about 40 quid. You were clearly too cheap/stupid to pay that before dropping 4k on a car, which says more about your due diligence and your inability to purchase a used car.

One example of a micra failure, definitely not typical and a **** poor example of trying to support your backwards logic. I'm pretty sure I could find you a brand new car whose lights have failed at 2am, hardly means that it is symptomatic. Your fallacies then continue, you're making a hell of an assumption that the second hand car has 5 year old tyres...instead of replacing the tyres, you suggest buying a new car.

The deal is for a super mini, so your statements weren't only illogical but frankly pointless.

link you to an 800 quid micra? http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&LH_ItemCondition=4&_mPrRngCbx=1&_udlo=500&_udhi=800&_fpos&_nkw=micra&_dcat=18238&rt=nc&Fuel=Petrol&Model=Micra

Take your pick of any of the one litre models that were pre 2001 with 12 months mot, of which there are several or is your point that it would cost 145 for the year? would that magically increase the cost above that of the deal? no? didn't think so. Again take your strawman and jog on.
john184
1duck
john184
Amazing deal for a pretty tasty looking car.
At this price buying new or even second hand is a hard argument to make considering no MOT, no tyre replacement (which would be unlikely) and no breakdown or repair costs given the warranty.
I've always bough second hand cars and find the annual depreciation, repair and wear costs to be more than the yearly cost of this.
Scorchio.
How do you even figure that? spend 1500 on the second hand car...that leaves you 1300 to service it for two years (good luck getting a car so bad that it needs 1300 in servicing), then sell the car for anything above zero and you're in profit. It sounds like you need a bit more practice at buying cars.
Ha ha, good luck getting a car for less than the annual cost of this, what sort of car can you seriously get for £1500 quid that you have a chance of getting a years of troube free ownership. It will be old AND high milage, likely with high Tax, will need MOT'd and likelh with faults or it wouldn't be sold cheap.
I eecently spent £12K on a top of line 1yr Seat exeo (rrp new 24k ha ha), and will be driving it 10 years to be matching the yearly cost of this (not even). My last car was £3K Octavia which cost me 4k in parts to keep running over 5 years.
It's eady to make general comments like yours, but do the math and on most cars I won't be far wrong.
BTW, I don't want to drive a £1500 heap of poop, maybe fine for you.


Bought a car once 2nd hand, £1000 exact, new brake pads and 4 tyres over 4 and half years of ownership. Best deal I've ever had.
1duck
john184
My last car was £3K Octavia which cost me 4k in parts to keep running over 5 years.
It's easy to make general comments like yours, but do the math and on most cars I won't be far wrong.
BTW, I don't want to drive a £1500 heap of poop, maybe fine for you.
If you managed to buy a car that was so bad that you then had to spend 4 grand on servicing then your opinion on second hand cars is pretty much worthless. Not to mention you also bought yourself an ex taxi with 180k on the clock? something that can easily be checked and avoided by a cursory glance and a little bit of common sense. Infact I honestly don't know how you could fail that badly.
If you are that poo at buying cars, then this is definitely the deal for you.
btw 1500 would buy you a fiat panda with full service history and about 60k on the clock e.g the same car as this but with a different body mounted on the running gear (if you even wanted a fiat which is another argument altogether) so your poo statement is completely idiotic. I don't buy poo cars...unlike yourself, but if you want to buy clocked taxis then complain about the second hand market be my guest.

Ha, ha. I enjoyed your pointless thread with the logic of a 10 year old child. I'll take you through each of your points in turn to point out that you should spend more time thinking and less time trying to make pointless arguments.
Firstly, the two cars you refer to were actually 1, the octavia was later found out to be a 5yo taxi car. The interior, pedals and wheel had no unusual wear characteristics. Secondly the problems were all electronic with the doors deadlocking, window sensors, loom burning out 3 times, fuel pump failure and various alternator/regulator failures. Not something that can easily be checked. The engine pulled well with no smoke. Octavias are regarded as reliable cars.
I only found out the genuine mileage as the man who eventually fixed the car was also the man who clocked it.

Secondly, my friend had a nissan micra (1.3), all lights failed driving home at 2am with me in the car, which although maybe not typical still highlights the element of risk with any second hand car. I'll ignore your recommendation of the Fiat punto (thought they had all rusted away by now).

Thirdly, why do you want to drive old cars with the added hassle of increased failures, putting up with old dangerous tyres which should be replaced at least every 5 years (due to the rubber hardening and loosing grip) and cars with exceedingly poor safety records (have you ever seen a crashed Punto).

Fourthly, the costs I quoted were for a family saloon cars and were a comparison of mycosts (the clue was when I said my last car was an Octavia). Obviously small superminis will be cheaper.

Also, please don't misquote. Me stating spending money to keep the car running obviously doesn't refer to servicing (where did you get that from, it is called parts and repairs) and most people can grasp the notion that different parts break at different times, you fix a car in the faith it will stay fixed, this cars electrics didn't. Knowing when to shop a car in is the secret to minimising your outlay.

Out of interest with you spouting figures, please post the link to the £800 micra you refer to, which costs £80 to tax and has a years MOT. Thought not.
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Vauxhall Astra 1.6i 16V SRi : 24 Mth Personal Lease ~£4,109.64 (£160 pm) 8k mpa @ nationwidevehiclecontracts

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Hope it won't go cold as it's a leasing deal Monthly Rentals: £134.42 For 23 months (excl. VAT) 8000 miles per Year Initial Rental: £403.26 (excl. VAT) Processing Fee: £150.00 (excl. VAT) Exce…
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I borrowed a new 1.6 diesel for 2 months, did 4000 miles and saw 86mpg on a nice steady run.

Lowest I was was 45mpg, so I guess it's just how you drive.

My daily drive does 13mpg so I've learnt how to be the most economical I can!
vintageice
lukeybuilder
On paper it's a decent deal.
However the astra as others have mentioned is hardly a great car.
euro lease had new 15 plate focus for zero deposit around 200 per month.

hi, when did they have this offer on? where can I lease a decent car for £200 inc vat and low deposit


check out euro lease. deals change often but it's zero deposit
lukeybuilder
On paper it's a decent deal.
However the astra as others have mentioned is hardly a great car.
euro lease had new 15 plate focus for zero deposit around 200 per month.

hi, when did they have this offer on? where can I lease a decent car for £200 inc vat and low deposit
On paper it's a decent deal.

However the astra as others have mentioned is hardly a great car.

euro lease had new 15 plate focus for zero deposit around 200 per month.
That’s some cheap motoring for a new car!
My other half has the 1.6 SE. It's very comfortable and nice to drive but the engine is a little underpowered.
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You guys have got issues. I do too.
I personally have the same model essentially (2012 plate with all the extras!) and I can guarantee I wi NEVER buy another Corsa again! It's had countless repairs (under warranty, but only cos I kicked up a fuss about the majority!) and their customer service is awful.
I get the arguments here, however I'd rather buy a heap of **** car for 3k than rent this new heap of **** corsa for 24 months. Each to their own.
ridgers84
All the haters obviously don't understand good basic economics, buy what appreciates in value and rent what depreciates. Simple!

Always makes me laugh when people quote this BS.....

Not knocking this deal, or even specific to car leasing, but in general if you want to lease an asset, someone else has to buy that asset and lease it to you. They aren't going to absorb the depreciation themselves, they are going to charge you for doing so, with a contingency margin on top.

At best leasing protects you from unexpected depreciation, not expected depreciation!!
pfarre10
Seems to me many don't get leasing.
On a good deal you only pay for the depreciation of the vehicle in the first few years of its life.
Of course this is expensive, but in my opinion, far better than buying it new and losing that money.
Add to that you can lease without having the full purchase price in the bank initially, then suddenly you can have a new car, and all the niceness that goes with it, on the cheap, relatively.
I've never leased, I buy, but after renting an SUV on holiday for three weeks, that I could never afford to buy, the thought of having it for a few years for a fraction of the hire cost has me thinking.
If you've never run a new car you won't understand the conceited superiority that goes with it, and it feels gooood!


most audi, bmw and merc new cars are pcp or leased. I've read somewhere that 90% of audi cars bought at audi dealers are leased
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