Seat ATECA 1.0 TSI Ecomotive S 5dr lease deal total £4329.83 @ National vehicle lease - HotUKDeals
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Seat ATECA 1.0 TSI Ecomotive S 5dr lease deal total £4,329.83 @ National vehicle lease

£4329.83 @ National Vehicle Solutions
£170.41per month INCL VAT Initial Rental£170.41 INCL VAT Contract Length24 Admin Fee£239.99 10,000 miles per year total £4329.83 Max. power:115 PS Max. speed:114 mph Acceleration 0-62mph (s)… Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
£170.41per month INCL VAT
Initial Rental£170.41 INCL VAT
Contract Length24
Admin Fee£239.99
10,000 miles per year
total £4329.83

Max. power:115 PS
Max. speed:114 mph
Acceleration 0-62mph (s) 11
Max. torque:200 / 2000 - 3500 Nm/rpm
FUEL CONSUMPTION 3)
combined:54.3 mpg
urban:45.6 mpg
extra-urban:61.4 mpg
CO2 EMISSIONS
Combined CO2 Emissions:119 g/km (Emission standard EU6 plus)
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Just remember guys
https://static.carthrottle.com/workspace/uploads/posts/2016/03/8880640779f33417d9a0e56473fb4b93.jpg
6 Likes
lucauk
Thanks for the reply; it's for a friend who's thinking of going for a lease but it's a bit concern about his job position. I appreciate your reply.

Then he should not take out a PCH at all.
5 Likes
MynameisM
lease deals are kind of a luxury thing as they are quite expensive i havent really consider one before until seeing the electric car ones if u have offroad parking they dont seem to cost too much more vs a car using perrol diesel factored in i would rather by a older car for u friend which will cost u less to run if u can't afford it then selling it off won't cost as much.if anything goes wrong with ur job or anything else.i would go for a honda civic or a toyota yaris etc u can pick them up for a decent used one anything from around 800+ to 2k depends how old u don't mind buying. but if it's the seats ur after u can pick them up for around the same anything from 2005+ well looked after will easily last u more than the 2 years u would have a lease deal for. or u can go down the route of super cheap 300-400 quid cars with 12 months mot and scrap or sell for spares if u don't want risk spending a large amount on getting it go thru mot after 12 months.

Yeah but no but yeah but

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#1
a lot less than depreciation :)
#2
If I'm not mistaken isn't this around 110HP?
1 Like #3
115bhp
#4
1.0 LTR TURBO
#5
learoy69
115bhp

Torque is the important figure. 115bhp from the engine still has to pull a lot of weight.
1 Like #6
POWER
Max. power:115 PS
Max. speed:114 mph
Max. torque:200 / 2000 - 3500 Nm/rpm
FUEL CONSUMPTION 3)
combined:54.3 mpg
urban:45.6 mpg
extra-urban:61.4 mpg
CO2 EMISSIONS
Combined CO2 Emissions:119 g/km (Emission standard EU6 plus)
#7
Kerb weight [with driver] (kg) 1280
Not a heavy car for the size
1 Like #8
learoy69
POWER
Max. power:115 PS
Max. speed:114 mph
Max. torque:200 / 2000 - 3500 Nm/rpm
FUEL CONSUMPTION 3)
combined:54.3 mpg
urban:45.6 mpg
extra-urban:61.4 mpg
CO2 EMISSIONS
Combined CO2 Emissions:119 g/km (Emission standard EU6 plus)


Maybe add the spec to the OP rather than the comments?
#9
Maximum speed (mph) 114
Acceleration 0-62mph (s) 11
18 Likes #10
Just remember guys
https://static.carthrottle.com/workspace/uploads/posts/2016/03/8880640779f33417d9a0e56473fb4b93.jpg
#11
May I ask what happens if you decide to stop the lease agreement before the end of the 2 years? Does anyone know? Thanks in advance
1 Like #12
you pay the months that you have left at a slight reduced rate depends on mileage done
#13
lucauk
May I ask what happens if you decide to stop the lease agreement before the end of the 2 years? Does anyone know? Thanks in advance


i assume there will be penalties of at least the same or slightly less than the lease term. otherwise everyone would get one who needed a short term hire car.
#14
m5rcc
lucauk
May I ask what happens if you decide to stop the lease agreement before the end of the 2 years? Does anyone know? Thanks in advance
Depends why. It'll be more than likely you'd be asked to pay the rest of the term off.

Thanks for the reply; it's for a friend who's thinking of going for a lease but it's a bit concern about his job position. I appreciate your reply.
#15
lucauk
May I ask what happens if you decide to stop the lease agreement before the end of the 2 years? Does anyone know? Thanks in advance

Direct from NVS themselves:

https://s16.postimg.org/wl3d5jq0l/Capture.jpg
6 Likes #16
lucauk
Thanks for the reply; it's for a friend who's thinking of going for a lease but it's a bit concern about his job position. I appreciate your reply.

Then he should not take out a PCH at all.
3 Likes #17
Seems to jump a lot in price to move up 1 spec level to the SE. Reading the review the SE seems to be the model to go for.
1 Like #18
Cracking deal so heat regarless, but I'm after the SE as the Mrs wants parking sensors and as it's not our car... so do I lol

Anyone used this company before? out of interest.


Edited By: DJ_Enigma on Mar 02, 2017 15:11
#19
Hi, I'm after new Vauxhall Astra. Is there any comparison website out there for lease deals. Thanks
#21
What's the headline warning Gary?
1 Like #22
While you're all bickering over 5hp, you missed the fact, that that 110hp, it's 114mph top speed and the 0-62 in 11 seconds will only allow you to do up to 10,000 miles before you start to pay National Vehicle Lease out of your bottom.

If (and when) you got it to top speed, using all 115bhp you could only drive it for 88 hours before you started sh1ting money.
1 Like #23
Andyjb23
What's the headline warning Gary?
They show one price then when trying to take the deal change it...
1 Like #24
lucauk
m5rcc
lucauk
May I ask what happens if you decide to stop the lease agreement before the end of the 2 years? Does anyone know? Thanks in advance
Depends why. It'll be more than likely you'd be asked to pay the rest of the term off.
Thanks for the reply; it's for a friend who's thinking of going for a lease but it's a bit concern about his job position. I appreciate your reply.

He really shouldn't be looking to sign up for financial, ongoing commitments whilst his job is under threat. Asking for trouble imo.
#25
bellboys
lucauk
m5rcc
lucauk
May I ask what happens if you decide to stop the lease agreement before the end of the 2 years? Does anyone know? Thanks in advance
Depends why. It'll be more than likely you'd be asked to pay the rest of the term off.
Thanks for the reply; it's for a friend who's thinking of going for a lease but it's a bit concern about his job position. I appreciate your reply.
He really shouldn't be looking to sign up for financial, ongoing commitments whilst his job is under threat. Asking for trouble imo.

I understand what you are saying and it makes sense; on the other he needs a vehicle, atm he has the job and it doesn't really mean he'll lose the job. Anyway, it's up to him but nowadays lot of people are affected by sudden redundancies...
#26
memistokkan
Hi, I'm after new Vauxhall Astra. Is there any comparison website out there for lease deals. Thanks
https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/
#27
Seen this deal.. good deal for a cheap family runaround..Will be safe
#28
taylope1
memistokkan
Hi, I'm after new Vauxhall Astra. Is there any comparison website out there for lease deals. Thanks
https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/


Thankyou!!!
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lucauk
I understand what you are saying and it makes sense; on the other he needs a vehicle, atm he has the job and it doesn't really mean he'll lose the job. Anyway, it's up to him but nowadays lot of people are affected by sudden redundancies...

Buy a cheap but reliable small car then, like a mk1 Yaris 1.0/1.3 or a Fiesta 1.25.
1 Like #30
We got the Tiguan SE Nav for £99pm+VAT with £2000+VAT IR for Lookers VW in December, matching the prevou deal with Gateway2Lease
1 Like #31
m5rcc
lucauk
I understand what you are saying and it makes sense; on the other he needs a vehicle, atm he has the job and it doesn't really mean he'll lose the job. Anyway, it's up to him but nowadays lot of people are affected by sudden redundancies...

Buy a cheap but reliable small car then, like a mk1 Yaris 1.0/1.3 or a Fiesta 1.25.


I'll add the Skoda Citigo which I've just recently got and it's a fantastic little car, even on motorway's etc. It's got so many awards and great reviews for a reason :{
#32
nathan3007
Just remember guys
https://static.carthrottle.com/workspace/uploads/posts/2016/03/8880640779f33417d9a0e56473fb4b93.jpg


now I know the difference between torque and horsepower......
#33
ncd
I'll add the Skoda Citigo which I've just recently got and it's a fantastic little car, even on motorway's etc. It's got so many awards and great reviews for a reason :{

Too new and expensive, I would think, for the intended recipient.
#34
For those truly interested in getting an Ateca, I'd really recommend the SE over the S.

Obviously there are various differences but the main one for me is that the S only has a 5" monochrome touchscreen.
1 Like #35
simon-c
We got the Tiguan SE Nav for £99pm+VAT with £2000+VAT IR for Lookers VW in December, matching the prevou deal with Gateway2Lease


what mileage and term did you get this on?
#36
simon-c
We got the Tiguan SE Nav for £99pm+VAT with £2000+VAT IR for Lookers VW in December, matching the prevou deal with Gateway2Lease


what mileage and term did you get this on?
#37
m5rcc
lucauk
I understand what you are saying and it makes sense; on the other he needs a vehicle, atm he has the job and it doesn't really mean he'll lose the job. Anyway, it's up to him but nowadays lot of people are affected by sudden redundancies...
Buy a cheap but reliable small car then, like a mk1 Yaris 1.0/1.3 or a Fiesta 1.25.

Yea you could but I know which I'd prefer to be in.. if I crashed .
#38
Anyone driven this? Engine's fine in VW polo, but not sure about it in a car this size.
Need a 2nd car and have a quote from V4B for this on 8,000 miles per year - works out at £4,138.35 with admin fee & 9 months up front. Would rather the bigger engine and SE, but there are no good deals at minute. Planning a test at weekend, but someone may tell me not to bother :)
Link, if anyone is interested:
http://www.vehiclesforbusiness.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/seat/ateca-estate/ateca-estate-10-tsi-ecomotive-s-5dr-154255104
#39
Ha. You can get it for less. I have been researching these for a week. If you really want this one then £4136.96 total for 2 years with 8k miles (you can up this to 10k if you need to), and it'll still be cheaper. Go to contracthire and leasing, put Ateca in the search and it'll come up with V4B at £118.03 on a 9+23 basis. This car is very basic. You might want to pay more for the SE trim.
1 Like #40
Okay ReillyAC beat me to it, so +1

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