SEAT, Ateca Estate 1.0 TSI Ecomotive S 5dr 177.85 £4268.40 @ Yes Lease - HotUKDeals
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SEAT, Ateca Estate 1.0 TSI Ecomotive S 5dr 177.85 £4,268.40 @ Yes Lease

£4268.40 @ Yes Lease
Yes i know its a 1.0 however this is a generous sized family car something i have been looking for personally and little initial payment. Contract term 24 months Rental profile1 + 23Annual mileage… Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
Yes i know its a 1.0 however this is a generous sized family car something i have been looking for personally and little initial payment.

Contract term 24 months
Rental profile1 + 23Annual mileage 8000
Processing fee £300.00
Finance doc fee £0.00
Production status Current model
Warranty included yes
Breakdown cover yes

165.35x24 = 3968.40
processing fee = £300

total - 4268.40
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11 Likes
These little Engines have been around for a long time now and I have traded in various examples with more than 150k miles on them and running well. How you ask??? Service history.. I have also noted 3+ litre Diesel engines with less than 100k ruined with DPF filter failures causing subsequent component failures to Turbos and Injectors etc.... Dont believe the nonsense from People who see a small engine and automatically think it won't last. My little 50cc Mower is over 20 years old and running like clockwork. Petrol engines run cleaner, leaner and meaner. Period.
7 Likes
Did you load whole boot of stuff and another 4 people inside while testing it? ;) It's a ESTATE with 1.0....i mean, c'mon.
6 Likes
danbrooks9237
Nah, I'll take a 330ci for the same price!


Yeah.. For another set of coil packs and Injectors. lol.
6 Likes
it's a good deal, it's a lease, so longevity of the engine is of no concern to the one who takes up the lease. so who gives a monkeys about the whole diesel Vs petrol argument? anyone picking this, with it's 1.0 engine and 8k miles has no interest or intention of travelling up and down the motorway everyday. it will be for school runs and shopping trips, in which case it's ideal. rant over
5 Likes
same sort of power as a 1.6tdi golf/Octavia, Leon
I have had no issues with my Octavia when fully loaded up. modern small petrol with turbo/supercharger are the future not diesel.

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#1
Test drove this a few weeks ago - much much better than the 1.0 spec makes it sound...
1 Like #2
Too slow for me but hot price! I really like the look of this car.
7 Likes #3
Did you load whole boot of stuff and another 4 people inside while testing it? ;) It's a ESTATE with 1.0....i mean, c'mon.
1 Like #4
HavocLP
Did you load whole boot of stuff and another 4 people inside while testing it? ;) It's a ESTATE with 1.0....i mean, c'mon.

Stick to your mobility scooter..
5 Likes #5
same sort of power as a 1.6tdi golf/Octavia, Leon
I have had no issues with my Octavia when fully loaded up. modern small petrol with turbo/supercharger are the future not diesel.
1 Like #6
60 more than the NVS deal the other week but assume thats expired now.

ive just ordered the SE tech as didnt like the spec on the S but its a good deal, mine is around 5500 for the se tech, same length and miles.
4 Likes #7
jeez 1litre. These engines won't last. They are so highly strung with turbo and superchargers. (I know its a lease).
Don't you feel like we are getting fobbed off with these tiny engines yet big cars. will be lucky to see it go past 100k mileage. where's the economy in that?
They should hand out Viagra when you take ownership so you can still feel like a proper bloke from time to time.
2 Likes #8
roblatus
modern small petrol with turbo/supercharger are the future not diesel.
Until government realise they aren't getting the revenue they thought they would from the changes in road tax.
2 Likes #9
Nah, I'll take a 330ci for the same price!
11 Likes #10
These little Engines have been around for a long time now and I have traded in various examples with more than 150k miles on them and running well. How you ask??? Service history.. I have also noted 3+ litre Diesel engines with less than 100k ruined with DPF filter failures causing subsequent component failures to Turbos and Injectors etc.... Dont believe the nonsense from People who see a small engine and automatically think it won't last. My little 50cc Mower is over 20 years old and running like clockwork. Petrol engines run cleaner, leaner and meaner. Period.
6 Likes #11
danbrooks9237
Nah, I'll take a 330ci for the same price!


Yeah.. For another set of coil packs and Injectors. lol.
2 Likes #12
Looks like a SUV
#13
adamski8080
These little Engines have been around for a long time now and I have traded in various examples with more than 150k miles on them and running well. How you ask??? Service history.. I have also noted 3+ litre Diesel engines with less than 100k ruined with DPF filter failures causing subsequent component failures to Turbos and Injectors etc.... Dont believe the nonsense from People who see a small engine and automatically think it won't last. My little 50cc Mower is over 20 years old and running like clockwork. Petrol engines run cleaner, leaner and meaner. Period.


lol...like smart cars. they get to 70k then the engine has diarrhea.......
#14
MRGRINGO
adamski8080
These little Engines have been around for a long time now and I have traded in various examples with more than 150k miles on them and running well. How you ask??? Service history.. I have also noted 3+ litre Diesel engines with less than 100k ruined with DPF filter failures causing subsequent component failures to Turbos and Injectors etc.... Dont believe the nonsense from People who see a small engine and automatically think it won't last. My little 50cc Mower is over 20 years old and running like clockwork. Petrol engines run cleaner, leaner and meaner. Period.


lol...like smart cars. they get to 70k then the engine has diarrhea.......


Spoken like a true Motoring expert. I can't recall the Smart car ever using a VW Tsi Engine but correct me if I am wrong.

Edited By: adamski8080 on Mar 14, 2017 21:50: .
3 Likes #15
sethjee
Looks like a SUV

That's because it is one.
#16
adamski8080
MRGRINGO
adamski8080
These little Engines have been around for a long time now and I have traded in various examples with more than 150k miles on them and running well. How you ask??? Service history.. I have also noted 3+ litre Diesel engines with less than 100k ruined with DPF filter failures causing subsequent component failures to Turbos and Injectors etc.... Dont believe the nonsense from People who see a small engine and automatically think it won't last. My little 50cc Mower is over 20 years old and running like clockwork. Petrol engines run cleaner, leaner and meaner. Period.


lol...like smart cars. they get to 70k then the engine has diarrhea.......


Spoken like a true Motoring expert. I can't recall the Smart car ever using a VW Tsi Engine but correct me if I am wrong.


meh ... tomato , tomatoes , potato's.
3 Likes #17
MRGRINGO
jeez 1litre. These engines won't last. They are so highly strung with turbo and superchargers. (I know its a lease).
Don't you feel like we are getting fobbed off with these tiny engines yet big cars. will be lucky to see it go past 100k mileage. where's the economy in that?
They should hand out Viagra when you take ownership so you can still feel like a proper bloke from time to time.


MRGRINGO
adamski8080
These little Engines have been around for a long time now and I have traded in various examples with more than 150k miles on them and running well. How you ask??? Service history.. I have also noted 3+ litre Diesel engines with less than 100k ruined with DPF filter failures causing subsequent component failures to Turbos and Injectors etc.... Dont believe the nonsense from People who see a small engine and automatically think it won't last. My little 50cc Mower is over 20 years old and running like clockwork. Petrol engines run cleaner, leaner and meaner. Period.


lol...like smart cars. they get to 70k then the engine has diarrhea.......


This is a lease deal - does anyone really care if the mileage goes over 20k...?
#18
sethjee
Looks like a SUV

Funny that :)
#19
Does anyone know what the excess mileage charge is on this or has anyone got a price with 10000 miles or more? I'll almost definitely do more than 8000
#20
MRGRINGO
jeez 1litre. These engines won't last. They are so highly strung with turbo and superchargers. (I know its a lease).
Don't you feel like we are getting fobbed off with these tiny engines yet big cars. will be lucky to see it go past 100k mileage. where's the economy in that?
They should hand out Viagra when you take ownership so you can still feel like a proper bloke from time to time.
Americans were saying that with their 5.0ltr V8s in the 80s.
#21
The 1.0 petrol has the same bhp as the 1.6 diesel and a faster 0-60. Also because of the turbo the torque figure isn't too far off.
#22
looks interesting, might sell the missus car and get her something like this. need to have a quick look what the back seats are like.... not for that. I have three kids and its just for space.
#23
roblatus
same sort of power as a 1.6tdi golf/Octavia, Leon
I have had no issues with my Octavia when fully loaded up. modern small petrol with turbo/supercharger are the future not diesel.
That's a ridiculous statement to make, a diesel engine has double the torque of this petrol engine
1 Like #24
MRGRINGO
jeez 1litre. These engines won't last. They are so highly strung with turbo and superchargers. (I know its a lease).
Don't you feel like we are getting fobbed off with these tiny engines yet big cars. will be lucky to see it go past 100k mileage. where's the economy in that?
They should hand out Viagra when you take ownership so you can still feel like a proper bloke from time to time.
Agreed. These engines are ridiculous, planned obsolence
2 Likes #25
adamski8080
These little Engines have been around for a long time now and I have traded in various examples with more than 150k miles on them and running well. How you ask??? Service history.. I have also noted 3+ litre Diesel engines with less than 100k ruined with DPF filter failures causing subsequent component failures to Turbos and Injectors etc.... Dont believe the nonsense from People who see a small engine and automatically think it won't last. My little 50cc Mower is over 20 years old and running like clockwork. Petrol engines run cleaner, leaner and meaner. Period.
How can a DPF affect injectors? I call it bull, sorry
#26
MIDURIX
The 1.0 petrol has the same bhp as the 1.6 diesel and a faster 0-60. Also because of the turbo the torque figure isn't too far off.
Not true.
6 Likes #27
it's a good deal, it's a lease, so longevity of the engine is of no concern to the one who takes up the lease. so who gives a monkeys about the whole diesel Vs petrol argument? anyone picking this, with it's 1.0 engine and 8k miles has no interest or intention of travelling up and down the motorway everyday. it will be for school runs and shopping trips, in which case it's ideal. rant over
#28
adamski8080
MRGRINGO
adamski8080
These little Engines have been around for a long time now and I have traded in various examples with more than 150k miles on them and running well. How you ask??? Service history.. I have also noted 3+ litre Diesel engines with less than 100k ruined with DPF filter failures causing subsequent component failures to Turbos and Injectors etc.... Dont believe the nonsense from People who see a small engine and automatically think it won't last. My little 50cc Mower is over 20 years old and running like clockwork. Petrol engines run cleaner, leaner and meaner. Period.
lol...like smart cars. they get to 70k then the engine has diarrhea.......
Spoken like a true Motoring expert. I can't recall the Smart car ever using a VW Tsi Engine but correct me if I am wrong.

VW TSi engines have no history of failures/issues do they...
1 Like #29
MaximusRo
MIDURIX
The 1.0 petrol has the same bhp as the 1.6 diesel and a faster 0-60. Also because of the turbo the torque figure isn't too far off.
Not true.

Seat own figures would disagree:
https://web1.seat.co.uk/sites/default/files/ateca-product-january2016.pdf
#30
MaximusRo
MIDURIX
The 1.0 petrol has the same bhp as the 1.6 diesel and a faster 0-60. Also because of the turbo the torque figure isn't too far off.
Not true.
Yes it is actually. Both have 115ps and petrol has 11 second 0-60, diesel 11.5 seconds. So what was untrue in my comment?
2 Likes #31
MaximusRo
roblatus
same sort of power as a 1.6tdi golf/Octavia, Leon
I have had no issues with my Octavia when fully loaded up. modern small petrol with turbo/supercharger are the future not diesel.
That's a ridiculous statement to make, a diesel engine has double the torque of this petrol engine
You need some mathematics lessons I think. This 1.0 petrol has 200 Newton metre of torque whereas the 1.6 diesel in the same car has 250. Is 250 double 200?
#32
does this include your insurance? can't find anywhere on deal saying anything about insurance, do you have to sort this yourself?

Edited By: Ilykthings on Mar 15, 2017 09:31
1 Like #33
Ilykthings
does this include your insurance? can't find anywhere on deal saying anything about insurance, do you have to sort this yourself?


this does not include insurance however does cover road tax and breakdown
1 Like #34
Just read the review from Parker Guide.

"the 1.6-litre TDI is the company car driver’s choice, with 115hp and low running costs. We’ve not driven this engine in the Ateca yet but would expect it to perform broadly on a par with the entry petrol, which shares the same power output. The diesel has more torque, but is also heavier"

Hope that clarifies the argument above for the difference in torque.

Excellent deal thanks
2 Likes #35
MaximusRo
adamski8080
These little Engines have been around for a long time now and I have traded in various examples with more than 150k miles on them and running well. How you ask??? Service history.. I have also noted 3+ litre Diesel engines with less than 100k ruined with DPF filter failures causing subsequent component failures to Turbos and Injectors etc.... Dont believe the nonsense from People who see a small engine and automatically think it won't last. My little 50cc Mower is over 20 years old and running like clockwork. Petrol engines run cleaner, leaner and meaner. Period.
How can a DPF affect injectors? I call it bull, sorry


Here's an idea if the DPF is causing problems, remove the bloody thing. It may make quite a lot of soot, however if you take it to your local garage for an MOT they will pass it as they will not have the ability to test the emission and even if they do the threshold is so high that even a 5.0TDI V10 will pass without an DPF. People always think that a DPF's are essential to a diesel however with my car if the DPF goes it will be having straight pipe!
#36
Big car for the price. Went looking for a sub £200/month with one month deposit and looked at a juke, a c3 and the ateca the juke had more style but the ateca was a category ahead with its size. A little grey and bland inside and the s is missing a few niceties
#37
adamski8080
These little Engines have been around for a long time now and I have traded in various examples with more than 150k miles on them and running well. How you ask??? Service history.. I have also noted 3+ litre Diesel engines with less than 100k ruined with DPF filter failures causing subsequent component failures to Turbos and Injectors etc.... Dont believe the nonsense from People who see a small engine and automatically think it won't last. My little 50cc Mower is over 20 years old and running like clockwork. Petrol engines run cleaner, leaner and meaner. Period.



These little engines have not been around that long and originally they were only tuned to 60 0r 75 bhp but tuning up to 115 bhp is a different story and the reason VW did not include it in their Tiguan.
But having said that it is a good deal.
1 Like #38
MRGRINGO
adamski8080
These little Engines have been around for a long time now and I have traded in various examples with more than 150k miles on them and running well. How you ask??? Service history.. I have also noted 3+ litre Diesel engines with less than 100k ruined with DPF filter failures causing subsequent component failures to Turbos and Injectors etc.... Dont believe the nonsense from People who see a small engine and automatically think it won't last. My little 50cc Mower is over 20 years old and running like clockwork. Petrol engines run cleaner, leaner and meaner. Period.
lol...like smart cars. they get to 70k then the engine has diarrhea.......

Firstly, that's a lot of crap.
Secondly, even if your first point is true, why would you care? You're only going to have it for 16,000 miles and two years. And during the entirety of that time it'll be under warranty.
#39
danbrooks9237
MaximusRo
adamski8080
These little Engines have been around for a long time now and I have traded in various examples with more than 150k miles on them and running well. How you ask??? Service history.. I have also noted 3+ litre Diesel engines with less than 100k ruined with DPF filter failures causing subsequent component failures to Turbos and Injectors etc.... Dont believe the nonsense from People who see a small engine and automatically think it won't last. My little 50cc Mower is over 20 years old and running like clockwork. Petrol engines run cleaner, leaner and meaner. Period.
How can a DPF affect injectors? I call it bull, sorry
Here's an idea if the DPF is causing problems, remove the bloody thing. It may make quite a lot of soot, however if you take it to your local garage for an MOT they will pass it as they will not have the ability to test the emission and even if they do the threshold is so high that even a 5.0TDI V10 will pass without an DPF. People always think that a DPF's are essential to a diesel however with my car if the DPF goes it will be having straight pipe!



If the car goes for an MOT without it's DPF fitted it will fail the MOT. Don't you read motoring news stories?
From Feb 2014.

Edited By: soldierboy001 on Mar 15, 2017 12:24
#40
danbrooks9237
It may make quite a lot of soot, however if you take it to your local garage for an MOT they will pass it as they will not have the ability to test the emission and even if they do the threshold is so high that even a 5.0TDI V10 will pass without an DPF. People always think that a DPF's are essential to a diesel however with my car if the DPF goes it will be having straight pipe!

Mmmhmm?

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