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Nissan Navara Double Cab Pick Up Lease Deal - £222.65p/m (£6,679.50 total) - nationwidevehiclecontracts

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Nissan Navara Pick Up Lease Deal from Nationwide Vehicle Contracts A lot of vehicle for the money : Tekna specs / 4WD / 190 bhp / 2.3 dCi / 44 mpg combined Price is £222.65 for Personal Lease 6+24 Read More
Nissan Navara Pick Up Lease Deal from Nationwide Vehicle Contracts A lot of vehicle for the money : Tekna specs / 4WD / 190 bhp / 2.3 dCi / 44 mpg combined Price is £222.65 for Personal Lease 6+24
antalmarius Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago9 Comments
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puddles9999
They are just all around better but more expensive got the orange wild track but if you can't afford it the Nissan is a decent truck

According to whom? You? Others say otherwise...
m5rcc
puddles9999
For ranger much better but still heat added

Yeh, you said that on the previous Navara thread too.. This is based on what?


They are just all around better but more expensive got the orange wild track but if you can't afford it the Nissan is a decent truck
surely doing only 6k pa doesn't warrant owning a diesel?

great cars though!
puddles9999
For ranger much better but still heat added

Yeh, you said that on the previous Navara thread too.. This is based on what?


That's the old D40 model. Nothing to do with the new model
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BMW i8 Sports Car £83,535.00 - nationwidevehiclecontracts

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The BMW i8 really does redefine what a supercar can be. With looks that are the stuff of a bedroom poster, including ground-hugging proportions and ‘butterfly’ doors, it’s BMW’s most striking car ever… Read More
The BMW i8 really does redefine what a supercar can be. With looks that are the stuff of a bedroom poster, including ground-hugging proportions and ‘butterfly’ doors, it’s BMW’s most striking car ever…
one2omg Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago48 Comments
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i think BMW got it really wrong with the i8. doesn't look that nice on the road. audi r8 all the way.
Bad.Actor
What I don't get with all this BMW, Audi, Merc bashing is the fact they are the worst drivers I see every day.
I do 40k a year and the most idiotic driving I witness day to day is from drivers of these cars.
Can't figure it out.
Karma will collect them up, that's what I tell myself as I watch them doing their thing.

maybe you're in a citroen and only looking at the nicer german cars
Best if you just watch Rory Reid (Top Gear presenter) review the i8:

https://youtu.be/4uI3uMw2EIg

Or Chris Harris (Top Gear presenter) review the i8:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5I6xuhNgVg
fishpond
accvio
I've had one of these on loan for a week. The engine is 4 cylinder and Mini-derived, and is rather uninspiring. An artificial engine note is added inside the cabin to make it sound more exotic.
A couple of corrections.... Actually it's a 3 cylinder 1.5l engine. The sound level is only amplified when in Sports mode, otherwise it is the natural sound of the engine.
Yes, my mistake on the engine - I mis-remembered. Makes it even worse though - all that money for a 3-cylinder! But 3 cylinder engines can sound interesting; the first one I owned was in a Triumph Trident motorbike.

I tried Googling the artificial engine noise, and certainly my recollection was that it was loudest when in sport mode but I had the impression it was there in other modes - not in pure electric of course. I expect you're right though, although there seems to be some variation in how 'Active Sound Design' was implemented at various stages in the car's life. The external speaker for fake external noise is a pretty horrible idea.

I didn't find myself wanting to own one of these, and if I had a free choice of an i3 or an i8 I would go for the i3, even though it's a third of the price. But I am sure there are many reasons why other people might reasonably buy one.
accvio
I've had one of these on loan for a week. The engine is 4 cylinder and Mini-derived, and is rather uninspiring. An artificial engine note is added inside the cabin to make it sound more exotic.

A couple of corrections.... Actually it's a 3 cylinder 1.5l engine. The sound level is only amplified when in Sports mode, otherwise it is the natural sound of the engine.
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1.6T SE 2 year lease with 8k miles £4,845.25 delivered at Nationwide Vehicle Contracts

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there were quite a few diesel Infiniti Q30 deals posted previously, so here is a one with a petrol engine. 8000 miles annually Admin fee £198.00 Deposit £961.50 23 x 160.25 = 3,685.75 total fo… Read More
there were quite a few diesel Infiniti Q30 deals posted previously, so here is a one with a petrol engine. 8000 miles annually Admin fee £198.00 Deposit £961.50 23 x 160.25 = 3,685.75 total fo…
ssalva Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago10 Comments
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manbearpig
Cold, why would you lease a petrol car when the diesel is available for less? It's less economical.


What if you don't do massive mileage and therefore want to avoid the issues you can have with the dpf if you don't do long enough trips... And with petrol itself being cheaper too.

Different people have different wants and needs from things like cars. Which is precisely why you can buy both petrol and diesel models of most cars.
Cold, why would you lease a petrol car when the diesel is available for less? It's less economical.
ianjury
Slim2k
ianjury
So nearly 5 grand for two years and car not yours !!!! Lol bargain NOT !!

£20k car would have more than £5k depreciation over 2 years, so I don't think this is too bad. Unless your going to keep a car for 7+ years to justify cost of maintenance (cambelt, servicing, 4 tires etc) leasing is the way to go for hassle-free ownership


I totally agree with you but at least if you buy a £5000 car which these days you can get a real good deal after 2 years will still be £2500 - £3000 depends on what type of car or is it that just driving a new car !! Im driving a 10 year old car BUT its bought and paid for and its all mine


And that is your prerogative. Plenty of people, myself included don't want to do that, which is my/our choice. If I want a new car every couple of years then leasing tends to be cheaper than finance or cash because you lose far too much on depreciation.
Yes but it's 10 years old.

This car is brand new. It's not the leasing part that makes it more expensive. For some people handing the car back when they're finished with it is seen as an advantage rather than haggle with a salesman over trade-in values.

Not suggesting that your philosophy of buying a used car over a new one is in any way wrong, just that different people have different requirements. My employer pays a car allowance for me to use my own car for business purposes. However they will only pay this on vehicles up to 6 years old, at which point the allowance would be suspended until I swap to a newer vehicle. This leasing deal gives you fixed costs over the term. No depreciation to worry about, no MOT test needed, no road tax to pay, and a brand new set of tyres from day one. It will also have a full manufacturers warranty until you hand it back. This is why people are starting to wise up to the benefits of leasing.

Of course it's not for everyone, and if you're happy to run around in your 10 year old car then that will probably save you quite a bit of money. But just because it isn't right for you, doesn't mean it's not right for anyone.

Just saying, that's all.

Edited By: Guzzle on May 08, 2017 17:04: .
Slim2k
ianjury
So nearly 5 grand for two years and car not yours !!!! Lol bargain NOT !!

£20k car would have more than £5k depreciation over 2 years, so I don't think this is too bad. Unless your going to keep a car for 7+ years to justify cost of maintenance (cambelt, servicing, 4 tires etc) leasing is the way to go for hassle-free ownership


I totally agree with you but at least if you buy a £5000 car which these days you can get a real good deal after 2 years will still be £2500 - £3000 depends on what type of car or is it that just driving a new car !! Im driving a 10 year old car BUT its bought and paid for and its all mine
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Ford Fiesta ST-3 1.6 Ecoboost - 3 Door with Style Pack - 8k Miles - 3+35 - £185.94 p/m - £557.82 Initial - £198 Processing Fee - £7,263.72 / 3 Years - nationwidevehiclecontracts

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Seems to be a pretty decent price for a Fiesta ST-3 with the Style Pack. Looking at other providers, this seems to be in the region of £1k initial, with £210+ per month. Read More
Seems to be a pretty decent price for a Fiesta ST-3 with the Style Pack. Looking at other providers, this seems to be in the region of £1k initial, with £210+ per month.
optime Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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Nice deal
Seems a good price. Mine is £232 on PCP, spirit blue with only parking sensors missing but i think ST3 has everything so not many options to add except style pack.

It has the nicest seats i've ever sat in too.
Must be cos the new one is due out soon
Apologies - thanks for pointing that out - I'll update the title!
You have forgotten the Processing Fee of £198, so total is £7,263.72.
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Peugeot Traveller 8 Seats 2 year lease £216.19 per month Nationwide £6,467

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Bit of a niche vehicle, but looks good value for a large family MPV, 8 seats Peugeot Traveller1.6 BlueHDi 95 Active Deposit £1297.14 23 monthly payments o… Read More
Bit of a niche vehicle, but looks good value for a large family MPV, 8 seats Peugeot Traveller1.6 BlueHDi 95 Active Deposit £1297.14 23 monthly payments o…
bowdiddly Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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Lots of Traveller vans around here but they are mostly Transits. 8)
Doesn't the Compact version only have 5 seats? I was looking at these (the 8 seat one) a few weeks ago, but in the end went with an offer they were doing on the S-Max.
I think it is cheaper here with 10k of miles? I make it £6,284.

https://www.lingscars.com/Peugeot/Traveller/2389048-1.6_BlueHDi_8v_(95bhp)_Active_Compact_MPV_5dr_1560cc-personal.html

Edited By: scottishpunter on Apr 09, 2017 22:09: Calc
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3 Years Lease 8k miles - Vauxhall Corsa 5 Door 1.4 SRi VX-Line 2017 (£5,303.00) Average cost £147.30 a month - Nationwide

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Available in Black & Grey Metallic Personal price per month (Incl VAT) £134.34 Initial Rental £403.02 Incl VAT Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl Link to vauxhall:- http://www.vauxhall.co.uk/vehi… Read More
Available in Black & Grey Metallic Personal price per month (Incl VAT) £134.34 Initial Rental £403.02 Incl VAT Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl Link to vauxhall:- http://www.vauxhall.co.uk/vehi…
scottishpunter Avatar3m, 2h agoFound 3 months, 2 hours ago4 Comments
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Heat from me. Not a huge vauxhall fan but it's a decent overall price for 3 years and 8k mileage.

Edited By: lukeyinyork on Mar 28, 2017 20:22: edit
Well if a Scotsman posts it as a deal - it must be! :p Not sure why this is cold - you get a good spec car that's a notch above C1s etc but at a similar price. Hot!
Looking on Motors, the cheapest I can find this car is £11,895, assuming you could haggle the price down to around £11,000, the low rate TSB loan would cost £11,483 (£11k over 3 years), road tax £60 (2 years @ £30) so roughly to buy on finance would cost roughly £11,500.

Therefore after three years the sale price you would have to achieve on this car after three years would be around £6,200 to beat this deal.

http://www.motors.co.uk/car-44793592/?i=68&m=sr
According to Honest Johns, trade in value of a 2014 sxi Corsa is £4,580 with a private sale about £5,600.

http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/used-prices/Vauxhall/Corsa/2014/?q=SXi

Obviously a good haggle or use of carwow etc will probably return better deals - but this seems reasonable to me?
Thanks OP Bought a Brand new Corsa Never Again will I buy a Vauxhall TROUBLE from start to finish
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Infinity Q30 1.5d SE Car Leasing 8000 miles per year £4,553.70 nationwidevehiclecontracts

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Been listed previously by bowdiddly but it's now slightly cheaper Admin fee £198.00 Deposit £871.14 24 x 145.19 = 3484.56 total for 2 years £4553.70 Maintenance extra £31.20 a month Average a… Read More
Been listed previously by bowdiddly but it's now slightly cheaper Admin fee £198.00 Deposit £871.14 24 x 145.19 = 3484.56 total for 2 years £4553.70 Maintenance extra £31.20 a month Average a…
domyda Avatar3m, 4d agoFound 3 months, 4 days ago108 Comments
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demansquith
gazjon
Bertz99
m5rcc
So the SMMT has a higher average and I quoted a lower one. yet you dispute it Bertie?
Correct, it is a variance and regardless of being more or less it proves your fact is fiction.
m5rcc
I will claim it as a fact because I and many others do get 20k miles out of tyres, on average.
Yet you started this stating the minimum is 20K (not average). Then you changed that to 20K on front wheel drive cars on average (the mean) and then when gazjon questioned you then decided to try stating it is a fact (nothing supplied to back you up as normal). It isn't a fact and if the minimum and average was so close together (you didn’t retract your first) then there be would be something very fishy in that data that gave that conclusion.
The closest you will get to fact in this is finding a statistical significance. What you are supplying does not fulfil anything scientific other than generic guidelines/estimates and referring to those that are not independent to retrieve.
The most detailed study here available is SMMT's but it is a very narrow spectrum of the most popular fleet car over 6 years gathered from the maintenance contractor. To make your assertion of 20K being fact for the average on front wheel drive cars you would need the complete data that goes well beyond SMMT's scope and just isn't viable in being available.
m5rcc
Go to the various online tyre suppliers and read their FAQs.
See you already did and it didn't get you very far did it? Hence the contradictions between the differing guidelines of minimum and average front wheel you have already quoted above that I can see where you got from your 10 second googling.
m5rcc
Are you suggesting that because I get 20k miles usage from a set of tyres, that it is not a fact?
First that is now a differing fact to above.
Second the probability that you get exactly 20K on your front tyres is zero, it will vary and is on a continuous, not discrete scale.Third you are having a laugh that you try to suggest you are the average use case whilst driving a lease Golf RS and like to quote trackdays at the Nurburgring in it! - certainly something doesn't add up there!
Certainly doesn't add up at all. Before I replaced my Fiesta ST I'd done 16k miles from new. At that time, the front tyres were just short of minimum limit for replacing. I'm no high speed driver, and certainly don't do track days. My average fuel consumption being 42 mpg shows I hadn't thrashed the car in the 2 years I owned it.
why not replace the fronts for the back tyres half way through the life cycle


I always used to think this was a good idea but then when I asked a mobile fitter to swap mine round he said he would but what is the point, you are still getting exactly the same amount of wear just swapping round what tyres it's on and juggling wear around.
demansquith
gazjon
Certainly doesn't add up at all. Before I replaced my Fiesta ST I'd done 16k miles from new. At that time, the front tyres were just short of minimum limit for replacing. I'm no high speed driver, and certainly don't do track days. My average fuel consumption being 42 mpg shows I hadn't thrashed the car in the 2 years I owned it.
why not replace the fronts for the back tyres half way through the life cycle

Two reasons, firstly I was getting rid of the car before the tyres did need replacing, and also why equalise the wear so that you then have to buy 4 tyres at once? If it were 4WD then yes I'd have done that. :)



Edited By: gazjon on Apr 10, 2017 19:32
Anybody had any luck with this offer? Any striking differences between the SE model and the Business pack model? Seems like a nice car, good deals cropping up quite often on these. Never see them on roads, so nice if you want something different
gazjon
Bertz99
m5rcc
So the SMMT has a higher average and I quoted a lower one. yet you dispute it Bertie?
Correct, it is a variance and regardless of being more or less it proves your fact is fiction.
m5rcc
I will claim it as a fact because I and many others do get 20k miles out of tyres, on average.
Yet you started this stating the minimum is 20K (not average). Then you changed that to 20K on front wheel drive cars on average (the mean) and then when gazjon questioned you then decided to try stating it is a fact (nothing supplied to back you up as normal). It isn't a fact and if the minimum and average was so close together (you didn’t retract your first) then there be would be something very fishy in that data that gave that conclusion.
The closest you will get to fact in this is finding a statistical significance. What you are supplying does not fulfil anything scientific other than generic guidelines/estimates and referring to those that are not independent to retrieve.
The most detailed study here available is SMMT's but it is a very narrow spectrum of the most popular fleet car over 6 years gathered from the maintenance contractor. To make your assertion of 20K being fact for the average on front wheel drive cars you would need the complete data that goes well beyond SMMT's scope and just isn't viable in being available.
m5rcc
Go to the various online tyre suppliers and read their FAQs.
See you already did and it didn't get you very far did it? Hence the contradictions between the differing guidelines of minimum and average front wheel you have already quoted above that I can see where you got from your 10 second googling.
m5rcc
Are you suggesting that because I get 20k miles usage from a set of tyres, that it is not a fact?
First that is now a differing fact to above.
Second the probability that you get exactly 20K on your front tyres is zero, it will vary and is on a continuous, not discrete scale.Third you are having a laugh that you try to suggest you are the average use case whilst driving a lease Golf RS and like to quote trackdays at the Nurburgring in it! - certainly something doesn't add up there!
Certainly doesn't add up at all. Before I replaced my Fiesta ST I'd done 16k miles from new. At that time, the front tyres were just short of minimum limit for replacing. I'm no high speed driver, and certainly don't do track days. My average fuel consumption being 42 mpg shows I hadn't thrashed the car in the 2 years I owned it.
why not replace the fronts for the back tyres half way through the life cycle
Bertz99
m5rcc
So the SMMT has a higher average and I quoted a lower one. yet you dispute it Bertie?
Correct, it is a variance and regardless of being more or less it proves your fact is fiction.
m5rcc
I will claim it as a fact because I and many others do get 20k miles out of tyres, on average.
Yet you started this stating the minimum is 20K (not average). Then you changed that to 20K on front wheel drive cars on average (the mean) and then when gazjon questioned you then decided to try stating it is a fact (nothing supplied to back you up as normal). It isn't a fact and if the minimum and average was so close together (you didn’t retract your first) then there be would be something very fishy in that data that gave that conclusion.
The closest you will get to fact in this is finding a statistical significance. What you are supplying does not fulfil anything scientific other than generic guidelines/estimates and referring to those that are not independent to retrieve.
The most detailed study here available is SMMT's but it is a very narrow spectrum of the most popular fleet car over 6 years gathered from the maintenance contractor. To make your assertion of 20K being fact for the average on front wheel drive cars you would need the complete data that goes well beyond SMMT's scope and just isn't viable in being available.
m5rcc
Go to the various online tyre suppliers and read their FAQs.
See you already did and it didn't get you very far did it? Hence the contradictions between the differing guidelines of minimum and average front wheel you have already quoted above that I can see where you got from your 10 second googling.
m5rcc
Are you suggesting that because I get 20k miles usage from a set of tyres, that it is not a fact?
First that is now a differing fact to above.
Second the probability that you get exactly 20K on your front tyres is zero, it will vary and is on a continuous, not discrete scale.
Third you are having a laugh that you try to suggest you are the average use case whilst driving a lease Golf RS and like to quote trackdays at the Nurburgring in it! - certainly something doesn't add up there!

Certainly doesn't add up at all. Before I replaced my Fiesta ST I'd done 16k miles from new. At that time, the front tyres were just short of minimum limit for replacing. I'm no high speed driver, and certainly don't do track days. My average fuel consumption being 42 mpg shows I hadn't thrashed the car in the 2 years I owned it.
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Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDi Blue Drive S 2WD £5,032.50 for 2 year Lease Nationwide Vehilce contracts

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Initial Rental £1,000.20 Incl VAT Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl VAT then 23 payments of £166.70 per month In Stock, looks a good size car for the money Only downside is that its 6000 miles per an… Read More
Initial Rental £1,000.20 Incl VAT Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl VAT then 23 payments of £166.70 per month In Stock, looks a good size car for the money Only downside is that its 6000 miles per an…
bowdiddly Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago29 Comments
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I went for this deal. Unfortunately, Nationwide Vehicle Contracts do not have stock and they cannot deliver within 7-14 days. Absolute disaster of a company to deal with after they have your processing fee. Don't return calls, when you do speak to someone they tell you anything to get you off the phone, which doesn't happen.

Even Director emails and says he will provide an update, and guess what, he doesn't.

You need to avoid this company. Check trust pilot reviews carefully for which ones you believe are genuine!
Just looked at this deal and it appears you can get same initial terms for the 3 year deal with 8,000 miles per annum which according to the website mentioned above should be fine for more than half the drivers in the uk. https://leasing.honestjohn.co.uk/car-leasing-companies/independent-brokers/nationwide-vehicle-contracts-ltd/hyundai/tucson/172244412/

If my maths is right its £1000.62 +£198 + (35x£166.77) which is £7,037.57 or £45 per week

First time I have looked at a lease and thought that makes sense. Strikes me as cracking value on a £20k+ car for hassle free driving as surely it will depreciate by at least that amount over 3 years



Edited By: 76zedfour on Mar 19, 2017 22:38
Bertz99
m4rky2011
FocusST
m4rky2011
FocusST
m4rky2011
6000 miles is too low for 99% of people....
I only do 5k miles a year. :)
And I know plenty of people that do low miles, far more than 1%.
I'm not bothered how many miles you do a year... my point was that 6k is very low for this to be a deal... your basically paying for it to sit on your drive and the give it back!!! I must have missed the part that you are no longer entitled to an opinion on this site!
You tried to state a fact by saying 99% of people do more miles, if it was just opinion you would say "I imagine not many people would do such low miles" etc. When you use numbers to quantify a statement it's supposedly a fact.
I assume that you can quantify the exact figure when you refer to 1% ?
As requested:https://www.statista.com/statistics/513456/annual-mileage-of-motorists-in-the-united-kingdom-uk/
Nice one! That shut the troll up. I have been told that it is only £100 to correct a faulty odometer!

Edited By: nougat on Mar 17, 2017 23:27
Bertz99
m4rky2011
FocusST
m4rky2011
FocusST
m4rky2011
6000 miles is too low for 99% of people....
I only do 5k miles a year. :)
And I know plenty of people that do low miles, far more than 1%.
I'm not bothered how many miles you do a year... my point was that 6k is very low for this to be a deal... your basically paying for it to sit on your drive and the give it back!!! I must have missed the part that you are no longer entitled to an opinion on this site!
You tried to state a fact by saying 99% of people do more miles, if it was just opinion you would say "I imagine not many people would do such low miles" etc. When you use numbers to quantify a statement it's supposedly a fact.
I assume that you can quantify the exact figure when you refer to 1% ?
As requested:https://www.statista.com/statistics/513456/annual-mileage-of-motorists-in-the-united-kingdom-uk/

I think when he said it was suitable for 1% of the population he actually meant 42%. Easy mistake to make X)
m4rky2011
FocusST
m4rky2011
FocusST
m4rky2011
6000 miles is too low for 99% of people....
I only do 5k miles a year. :)
And I know plenty of people that do low miles, far more than 1%.
I'm not bothered how many miles you do a year... my point was that 6k is very low for this to be a deal... your basically paying for it to sit on your drive and the give it back!!! I must have missed the part that you are no longer entitled to an opinion on this site!
You tried to state a fact by saying 99% of people do more miles, if it was just opinion you would say "I imagine not many people would do such low miles" etc. When you use numbers to quantify a statement it's supposedly a fact.
I assume that you can quantify the exact figure when you refer to 1% ?
As requested:
https://www.statista.com/statistics/513456/annual-mileage-of-motorists-in-the-united-kingdom-uk/
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Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDI, 61.7 mpg 36 months - initial Rental £1,499.76 Excl vat Processing Fee £165.00 - £7663.80 @ Nationwide vehicle contracts £166.74

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Title is automatically loaded Website shows 500.22 + 198 + (35x166.74=5835.90) = £ 6534 toat cost for 3 years. Car price OTR £ 20845 This car at 1 year old for sale in auto trader now £150… Read More
Title is automatically loaded Website shows 500.22 + 198 + (35x166.74=5835.90) = £ 6534 toat cost for 3 years. Car price OTR £ 20845 This car at 1 year old for sale in auto trader now £150…
Ali.Balamir Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago12 Comments
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I've got a Tucson, had it 18months and it's great never skipped a beat. Drives lovely comfortable interior reversing camera,Loads of gadgets and gizmos. Lots of room for passengers and storage etc overall a great all rounder of a car. Mines a 2l Diesel SE nav I think! oO
Good deal, however, I was in the market for an SUV kind of vehicle back in November and I had my hear set on a Tucson after my wife's i30 hadn't skipped a beat in three years, as well as her interior being lovely.

I took the Tucson for a test drive and was really disappointed with the lifeless interior and dash. It just all seemed to let it down. There was a lot of hard plastic on the dash and it just felt a lot different to the i30. It was a real shame cause I loved the look of the car and I still do but it didn't feel like a very comfortable place to be and I needed it to be because I drive around 70 miles a day.
gpawan
Not there any more?

Try leasing some manners
Ali.Balamir
Pls read thoroughly,
even you may understand it too although you don't have brain in your skull
( for people who won't read details and just give cold )


A bit harsh.
Yes , I lease my Tucson , got the Premium SE (I think) , never had a problem with it , it parks itself if which is handy as I'm not that good at parking , also screams at me if I'm going to hit the car in front and once told me off for not having my hands on the steering wheel so it's pretty clever
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2017 Plate Ford focus 1.5TDCI 120 Titanium Navigation - £169/month for 48 months (£8,112.00 total) @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts

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Personal lease inc VAT 3 months up front 6000 mile or 8000 miles for £177 for 4 years. Read More
Personal lease inc VAT 3 months up front 6000 mile or 8000 miles for £177 for 4 years.
bushberto Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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I think the issue is more that you are wishing to lease for 48 months. Why would you do that when a Ford warranty only lasts 36 months?

You have also omitted the admin fee of £198 to your price(s).
Paying £8k for a car the costs £22k. After 4 years the car would be worth less than £14k so surely it makes it a good deal? Do people not understand the point in leasing? The whole idea is that you get to drive around a brand new car at a fraction of the cost.
8k for renting focus? You can buy bike for that and win tour de france.
I think most people would be going for the 8000 miles (myself included).
bushberto
Also the no need for a diesel comment is not relevant when you look at mpg the diesel version blows the petrol engine out of the water.

6k a year if you worked full time is about 26 miles a day(which is what i do), so 13 miles each way to work. but that's If you don't drive anywhere else at all. Try drive 13 miles with a cold diesel engine and get absolutely anywhere near the MPG stated and also not ruin the DPF by not allowing it to regen properly.. You won't (i know as i have a diesel and do that mileage, difference is mine goes on a moterway every other weekend which is when it does the regen), thus a small turbo engine like the 1.0 ecoboost would provide much better MPG in that scenario, whether you could get one in the same price range i don't know but if the DPF goes then that's a big bill you will have to pay..

They only charge 4.2p per mile excess mileage so there's no point getting too many miles upfront.

You'll need to read the T&Cs for excess mileage, some lease companies can get funny if you do too many excess mileage as a way around paying more per month, some have a leeway of about 10%.. Not saying this company do but i've seen others who have.. If they did in this case it would be 600 miles a year extra you could do..


Edited By: winifer on Mar 03, 2017 15:11
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Nissan Note Acenta Premium 1.2 petrol, Personal Contract Lease - 3 yrs, 15,000 miles per year - 158.34 per month plus 3 months initial rental of 475.02 & admin fee of 198 @ NATIONWIDE VEHICLE CONTRACTS £6,214.92

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Don't usually post on here but would love to hear people's opinions on what I think is a good car lease deal for 15,000 miles per year over 3 years. There are other variations that make it cheaper Read More
Don't usually post on here but would love to hear people's opinions on what I think is a good car lease deal for 15,000 miles per year over 3 years. There are other variations that make it cheaper
chollocrazy Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago7 Comments
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Anybody have any experience of returning a car earlier than the agreed contract length?
e.g. six months before the end?
bestec2
You could buy 1 year old Nissan Note for this price
Thought no way.Had a quick look on autotrader and your right.Most with less than 5000 miles.
Cheaper at a Nissan dealer who is doing it for under £6k at £5,979.28 or £166.09/net/mth:

https://s16.postimg.org/4paeq53px/Capture.jpg
Most deals I see posted are 8k or 10k a year, this is 15k
475.02 + 198 + (158.34 x 35) = 6214.92
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seat leon hatchback 2016 2.0 tdi se dynamic lease, £164.34/month x 48 (£7,888.32 total) @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts

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hi, please see the link for details, as far as i can understand, there is 3 months initial payment, the grement is for 48 months, and each month costs £164.34. 6000 miles per year, 2.0 tdi diesel, 5 Read More
hi, please see the link for details, as far as i can understand, there is 3 months initial payment, the grement is for 48 months, and each month costs £164.34. 6000 miles per year, 2.0 tdi diesel, 5
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zzakzz
I just recently ordered the SC FR 150 titanium model for 160 p/m on a 3 year lease from NWC. Main thing that swayed me was the sporty looks and awesome 18inch titanium alloys.

This however looks too much like the older models (2013-2015) and is slightly more expensive


Was this on the new model? How did you get that price? I'm looking at the 1.4 EcoTSI but can't get anywhere near that price.
zzakzz
Suspension is decent and has a surprisingly comfortable ride according to all the major car review sites on the internet...

I'm referring to your choice of wheels with 40 profile tyres. You are going to feel every bump and pothole.

Those car review sites tested the car in Spain where there are smooth roads, so they would say that.
m5rcc
zzakzz
awesome 18inch titanium alloys

Enjoy your uncomfortable ride!


Suspension is decent and has a surprisingly comfortable ride according to all the major car review sites on the internet...
zzakzz
awesome 18inch titanium alloys

Enjoy your uncomfortable ride!
I just recently ordered the SC FR 150 titanium model for 160 p/m on a 3 year lease from NWC. Main thing that swayed me was the sporty looks and awesome 18inch titanium alloys.

This however looks too much like the older models (2013-2015) and is slightly more expensive
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Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE Lease £147.34 pm 24 months 8000miles pa Total £4,618.00 - Nationwide Vehicle Contracts

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Looks a good spec, 68.9mpg, 18" 5 double spoke light alloy wheels Choose 24 months Initial Rental £884.04 Processing Fee: £198.00 24 x 147.34 = £3536 Total for 2 years £4,618 Read More
Looks a good spec, 68.9mpg, 18" 5 double spoke light alloy wheels Choose 24 months Initial Rental £884.04 Processing Fee: £198.00 24 x 147.34 = £3536 Total for 2 years £4,618
bowdiddly Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago152 Comments
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andrisan10
is this deal still on? tempted but it` s really sloe at 100 bhp...thoughts?

think this is oos as the price has increased

Edited By: usetheforceluke on Mar 03, 2017 06:04
is this deal still on? tempted but it` s really sloe at 100 bhp...thoughts?
108 bhp....really???
Have the prices changed on this since the deal was posted? Someone mentioned you could make a saving my paying the larger upfront amount but when I work it out the 3, 6, 9 and 12 months all work out to cost almost the same over the 2 years.
trizinger28
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Spud211
ezzer72

Where did you buy a £22,000 car new for £147 per month with £0 deposit please - interested.
It's entirely possible using a PCP - which is effectively a more flexible version of a lease..
With a lease or a PCP you are essentially just paying depreciation on the car plus a bit of interest, after any discounts the dealership offers.
This Q30 has an RRP of £21,500 and after 2 years the guaranteed value will be around £10k give or take. Currently the cash price for this car is just over £15k - i.e. they are being discounted massively at retail (check any infinity retailer...) then over the 2 years you have £5k to finance. You can either do this yourself (on a PCP) and have the option to sell the car/get out of the lease at any point - or you can take a lease which is typically a tiny bit cheaper but with a fixed deposit and fixed term..but either way you are basically financing that £5k.
I've made it round numbers for simplicity but thats the principle. The PCP figures are roughly the same as the least in this case, but with zero deposit.
You are right about the cash price being around £15K. Bear in mind though that you will get a car already in the showroom and not a new one from the factory for that price.
No disrespect intended, but you do know that the "new one" from the factory will almost certainly be a car that has been sitting in a car yard for about 6 months since being sold.. ;)


Agree, but wouldn't a showroom model be registered to the dealer first and you'll be the second owner where as on a factory order you'll be marked as the first owner?
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Seat Ibiza Sport Coupe Lease £135.54 pm 24 months 8000miles pa Total £3,722.04 - Nationwide Vehicle Contracts

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Looks a nice car, sat nav and bluetooth. The price is based on 24 months, other options available £406.62 initial, 23 x £135.54, £198 processing fee [Taylor1892] - Zuulan Read More
Looks a nice car, sat nav and bluetooth. The price is based on 24 months, other options available £406.62 initial, 23 x £135.54, £198 processing fee [Taylor1892] - Zuulan
bowdiddly Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago122 Comments
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Price has gone up now - but yes if you prefer to keep the car for at least 4 years then you are better off purchasing outright.

Also there are good deals on the updated Leon. This one is the best in the range and not much more than the Ibiza (with the current price increase from the original deal posted).
https://www.nationwidevehiclecontracts.co.uk/Seat_Leon_5_Door-1-4-ecotsi-fr-technology-5dr-77319.htm

Approx 4700 over 2 years.

Decent spec as well.
Metallic paint
8" touch screen with Sat Nav
Bluetooth Handsfree Phone Connection
DAB Radio
Cruise control
Full Link App interface
Rear parking sensors
Full LED headlights (make it look a lot more modern than most £25K+ German cars with halogens as standard!)

0-60 in 8 seconds


Edited By: faisal_uk on Jan 12, 2017 11:53
Price gone up to £151.14 for 24 months lease. For 48 months its £129.54/month.
learoy69
this has actually gone down in price now so even better a deal
Personal price
per month (Incl VAT)
£129.54
Initial Rental £388.62 Incl VAT ?
Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl VAT ?

Four year price was always this. It's the 2 and 3 year deals they have increased in price.
learoy69
this has actually gone down in price now so even better a deal
Personal price
per month (Incl VAT)
£129.54
Initial Rental £388.62 Incl VAT ?
Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl VAT ?


thats a 4 year lease I think. this was for 24 months.
this has actually gone down in price now so even better a deal
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£129.54
Initial Rental £388.62 Incl VAT ?
Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl VAT ?
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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… Read More
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…
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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… Read More
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 Avatar9m, 2d agoFound 9 months, 2 days ago51 Comments
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deal no longer available :(
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
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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
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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. Read More
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.
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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?
no
reason please? I NEED A CAR
just did quote on fiesta from same leasing site insurance comes to £2.1K,
Car after 2 years is £4,317
Again is it advisable to do this or am I being silly just by asking
did you try getting someone older on the insurance?
Sorry did not company/website of this offer ?
dajambo
kamy786rulz
i want a car that I can just buy and not worry about so want a fairly new car. Don't want these other makes such as peugot/citreon/kia. Im working and dont really want a banger man. At the moment I am looking for fiesta 2013 and on, lol my initial budget is £4,000 max on car so had to resort to auctions of damaged fords to find the new shapes this low.

go for the st-line fiesta although not sure what the insurance will be....


please don't....
TKDBlackbelt
kamy786rulz
dajambo
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?
no

reason please? I NEED A CAR

just did quote on fiesta from same leasing site insurance comes to £2.1K,
Car after 2 years is £4,317

Again is it advisable to do this or am I being silly just by asking


why do you need a new car at 20 years old ? Each to their own and it's your money but I would think at 20 there are better things to spend your money on. Get a banger and build up your no claims


dumb comment kanny78rulz
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sofiasar
wish a Audi was in this price range

they are! you just have to go for the Seat badge instead :D


some people either don't gave a clue or do they care what they drive @sofiasar
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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… Read More
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…
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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… Read More
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…
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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
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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… Read More
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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