Peugeot 208,1.2-1 year lease 10k p.a-£131.99 no deposit £1883.88 total at yes-lease.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Peugeot 208,1.2-1 year lease 10k p.a-£131.99 no deposit £1,883.88 total at yes-lease.co.uk

£1883.88 @ Yes Lease
I`ve never had a lease car but am thinking about 1 for my wife and this looks good to me. 12x£131.99 plus £300 fee=£1883.88 total 10,000 miles . Read More
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9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago
I`ve never had a lease car but am thinking about 1 for my wife and this looks good to me.

12x£131.99 plus £300 fee=£1883.88 total

10,000 miles .
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#1
lime colour? yuck no thanks!! shame would be half decent deal with the 10,000 miles as well
1 Like #2
I think Lime is part of the model,rather than the colour.
1 Like #3
im not a huge fun of lease cars but this deal isn't bad 8)
1 Like #4
http://www.peugeot.co.uk/media/showrooms/showroom-peugeot-208-5-door-kppv3/medias/Showroom%20MAJ/PEUGEOT_208_2015_262_FR_633x400.jpg

Lime is just the finish option on grills, etc.

http://www.peugeot.co.uk/media/showrooms/showroom-peugeot-208-5-door-kppv3/medias/208%20MV/02_Design%20exterieur/PEUGEOT_208_IceSilver_1502PC103.jpg
4 Likes #5
Great deal. Lease deal comments are always populated by poorly thought out trolling.
3 Likes #6
tightasagnatschu
http://www.peugeot.co.uk/media/showrooms/showroom-peugeot-208-5-door-kppv3/medias/Showroom%20MAJ/PEUGEOT_208_2015_262_FR_633x400.jpg
Lime is just the finish option on grills, etc.http://www.peugeot.co.uk/media/showrooms/showroom-peugeot-208-5-door-kppv3/medias/208%20MV/02_Design%20exterieur/PEUGEOT_208_IceSilver_1502PC103.jpg
Call it the S Lime model :p
#7
lease not everyones cup o tea, but less than 2k for a brand new motor for a year :{
#8
How about insurance for leased cars?
Also, can we take these leased cars on a limited company?
1 Like #9
With this being effectively £156.99 a month you could get a slightly better deal from Motorlet at £151.52 a month. A huge saving of £65 over the year (_;)
#10
Decent deal if you can live with the lime detailing.

The 208 is a decent steer and the 1.2 82bhp is fine for the motorway as well as round the doors.
1 Like #11
ugly car, personally the golf gti or r were Dar better deals
#12
i thought 18 months was bad 12 is very short
2 Likes #13
davver99
i thought 18 months was bad 12 is very short
9 months is even shorter.

HTH.
#14
We've got the 1.4 diesel, great little motor. Use it twice a week on the motorway without any problems. Ours is £169 a month on 10k, so this is a great price. Heat added.
#15
I had a Peugeot 208 courtesy car while my old 206 was being serviced. I can't say I was impressed with it. Apart from the engine being sluggish even compared to my already not very fast 2.0 HDi 90bhp 206, I wasn't very impressed with the tiny steering wheel with super light steering. I could literally steer with one finger on top of the wheel. The interior was also very plastic and cheap.

Of course, it could be exactly what some people are looking for.
1 Like #16
save yourself £300 & go direct 2 main dealers, it's an administration charge for filling out the paper work.
#17
what happens after the 12 months ?
1 Like #18
cfc1967
what happens after the 12 months ?

You give it back
#19
What's the point in that ?
#20
cfc1967
What's the point in that ?


It's for people looking for a new car. I.e. If you by new, you put all the money down in the first place and take a huge hit on the cars first year depreciation and 'driving it out of the showroom'. This in essence breaks down the cost and in some cases is cheaper than the first years depreciation. Oh and you don't have to have a lot money stored in a car. You can use it elsewhere I.e. Gaining interest or invest it. So, depending on the price - it's pretty good. But this is only advantageous if you're looking for a NEW car.
#21
cfc1967
What's the point in that ?

If you lease
Manufacturer RRP: £14585.00
You pay for the year £1883.88

If you buy
Manufacturer RRP: £14585
You sell after a year £10000 (Assumption based on ebay ads)
Year cost £4585

Last car I purchased I worked out I would have to keep for 10 years to be cost effective at a purchase price of £14000.
£1400 yearly + interest on monthly payments
Tax £160+ per year (raising by £5 per year)
Repairs including tyres(£500+ per set) £300

Estimate £1860+ per year

Lease car you can change as often as like depending on the term and you always get a new car.

My current deal is 18 months at £177.58 per month (£2130.96 per year) for a £20,000 car http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/peugeot-208-gti-prestige-208hp-satnav-heated-leather-seats-pan-roof-bluetooth-dual-2219184#comments




Edited By: markvirgo on Oct 10, 2016 12:46
#22
Roz4u
How about insurance for leased cars?
Also, can we take these leased cars on a limited company?

You can but don't, take it as personal as its not worth the BIK
#23
davver99
i thought 18 months was bad 12 is very short

Why is it "bad" ? means you get another new one in 12months
#24
how does it work when you hand it back..does the lease company access any damage, scratches , alloy wheel damage , dents etc , repair said items then bill you for them??
#25
Yoshii
how does it work when you hand it back..does the lease company access any damage, scratches , alloy wheel damage , dents etc , repair said items then bill you for them??

Yes but you do get fair wear and tear included. http://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/car-leasing-guide/wear-and-tear-guide.php

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