SEAT LEON 2.0TSi CUPRA 300 2yr Lease (10k miles p/a) £6,844.85 @ National Vehicle Solutions - HotUKDeals
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SEAT LEON 2.0TSi CUPRA 300 2yr Lease (10k miles p/a) £6,844.85 @ National Vehicle Solutions £6,844.85

£6844.85 @ National Vehicle Solutions
I'm ready to be flamed by the leasing deal haters, but this seems like a pretty good offer for 20k miles in a well regarded hot hatch. Prices below include VAT. 1 x £2400 +23 x £182.82 +Admin Fee £2… Read More
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5d, 1h agoFound 5 days, 1 hour ago
I'm ready to be flamed by the leasing deal haters, but this seems like a pretty good offer for 20k miles in a well regarded hot hatch.

Prices below include VAT.

1 x £2400
+23 x £182.82
+Admin Fee £239.99

Total price for 2 years/20k miles performance motoring = £6,844.85.

Offer includes FREE metallic paint.

Not a car suitable for my needs sadly, but hope it helps someone looking for a bit more fun :-)
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eslick
If you have kids make sure you sit in the back of a test drive in a Leon, so much road noise it's unbelievable.


Won't be my problem, I'll be behind the wheel

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#1
Hmmm... not bad. I got the deal last year for the 290. 2400 initial then 131.99 pm. Is 5k mileage though.
1 Like #2
If you have kids make sure you sit in the back of a test drive in a Leon, so much road noise it's unbelievable.
18 Likes #3
eslick
If you have kids make sure you sit in the back of a test drive in a Leon, so much road noise it's unbelievable.


Won't be my problem, I'll be behind the wheel
3 Likes #4
If you can manage with 8k miles p.a. then this deal will save you a few hundred;-

https://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/deals/seat/leon/hatchback-2.0-tsi-cupra-300-5dr/personal/1569907/?price_id=17292576
2 Likes #6
Test drove one of these a while back, awesome car, but all I could see in my future was a lengthy ban or a long hospital stay..... Quick car that seats 4 adults comfortably. Heat added as this seems a good deal if this is what you're after
1 Like #7
badger2609
Test drove one of these a while back, awesome car, but all I could see in my future was a lengthy ban or a long hospital stay..... Quick car that seats 4 adults comfortably. Heat added as this seems a good deal if this is what you're after

I work at a dealership and have almost bought a Cupra twice now haha. so so so tempting. so so so fast haha. I have a FR atm.
#8
How does this compare to a Golf?
3 Likes #9
Why not buy a good second hand car for 7k, and then you have something at the end of the 2 years?
3 Likes #10
stevieboy66
Why not buy a good second hand car for 7k, and then you have something at the end of the 2 years?


Because then you'd be driving a 5 year old second hand car. Maybe?

Plus buying a cheap second hand hot hatch, you could very well end up with something that would cost you a lot.
1 Like #11
stevieboy66
Why not buy a good second hand car for 7k, and then you have something at the end of the 2 years?


If everyone did that there wouldn't be any to buy. Some people want a new car and leasing often works out a cheaper/easier way to get that
1 Like #12
wh431
How does this compare to a Golf?

Golf R has the same engine (albeit with 10hp more), and also has 4 wheel drive as standard. This Leon Cupra is front wheel drive only unless you choose the estate.

The Golf has a slightly more plush interior.
#13
So £7k over two years or £280pm overall? Wow. Personally, I drive nice cars on the basis of £25k over ten years. My current '59 plate Audi A3 TDi (well specked and lasting) being one such example. What am I missing?
1 Like #14
these are a £30k car new so if you work out after 2 years it will loose a lot more than £7k
1 Like #16
adriandocherty
So £7k over two years or £280pm overall? Wow. Personally, I drive nice cars on the basis of £25k over ten years. My current '59 plate Audi A3 TDi (well specked and lasting) being one such example. What am I missing?

Depends on the spec of your A3. At £25k new list price, assuming your post related to that, I'm sure there's quite a lot of updated technology you're not getting in the A3.
5 Likes #17
stevieboy66
Why not buy a good second hand car for 7k, and then you have something at the end of the 2 years?


You won't get anything as fast or as nicely refined as this for £7k, while maintaining it, paying for it's MOT and it's inevitable high tax band so on and so forth.

adriandocherty
So £7k over two years or £280pm overall? Wow. Personally, I drive nice cars on the basis of £25k over ten years. My current '59 plate Audi A3 TDi (well specked and lasting) being one such example. What am I missing?


At least 130bhp for a start
#18
Hmmmm not a chance if spend nearly 7k on a lease for a seat. Sorry in my eyes it ain't a hot deal for that reason.
#19
1998 Skoda 1300 Felicia , worth Zilch. New MOT June, no work needed to pass. Deprecation now Zilch.
£12 - 13 per 100 miles petrol... :)

Edited By: ian292 on Jul 17, 2017 07:37
2 Likes #20
I still don't understand why folk who can't grasp leasing vote these deals cold.

This car is £30k list price. After two years, Parkers reckon it'd be worth about half that. Even if you managed to bag £5k off list (which I don't think even our best Brexit negotiators could manage), you won't get as low as the cost of this lease.

Voted hot OP!
2 Likes #21
y_am_I_buying_this
Hmmmm not a chance if spend nearly 7k on a lease for a seat. Sorry in my eyes it ain't a hot deal for that reason.


you need to understand the relative value of this deal, not whether you think you'd go for it in your personal circumstances
#22
adriandocherty
So £7k over two years or £280pm overall? Wow. Personally, I drive nice cars on the basis of £25k over ten years. My current '59 plate Audi A3 TDi (well specked and lasting) being one such example. What am I missing?

Your missing the simple fact that your preferences are different to others. Neither is wrong, just different.
1 Like #23
eslick
If you have kids make sure you sit in the back of a test drive in a Leon, so much road noise it's unbelievable.
Never had an issue with road noise myself (2 year old Leon FR). The family are more than happy :)
#24
Mileage we can sort if higher than 10k
2 Likes #25
ian292
1998 Skoda 1300 Felicia , worth Zilch. New MOT June, no work needed to pass. Deprecation now Zilch.
£12 - 13 per 100 miles petrol... :)

https://media.tenor.com/images/8b1933e8b317aac62cdc03e2fcbc1439/tenor.gif
#26
jamespallett
I still don't understand why folk who can't grasp leasing vote these deals cold.
This car is £30k list price. After two years, Parkers reckon it'd be worth about half that. Even if you managed to bag £5k off list (which I don't think even our best Brexit negotiators could manage), you won't get as low as the cost of this lease.
Voted hot OP!

You are right, but how on earth is this selling for 30k? That's Mercedes/BMW territory, when did Seat become a premium car maker?
1 Like #27
raffected
jamespallett
I still don't understand why folk who can't grasp leasing vote these deals cold.
This car is £30k list price. After two years, Parkers reckon it'd be worth about half that. Even if you managed to bag £5k off list (which I don't think even our best Brexit negotiators could manage), you won't get as low as the cost of this lease.
Voted hot OP!
You are right, but how on earth is this selling for 30k? That's Mercedes/BMW territory, when did Seat become a premium car maker?

Because this is 300 bhp hot hatch territory.
1 Like #28
I got on the 290 Cupra Black Edition for just under this price last year, best car I have ever driven.

The only thing about the 300bhp Cupra's, is they are just the bog/box standard, there are no special editions (as far as I have seen) so any extras will cost you a few pennies more.
2 Likes #29
adriandocherty
So £7k over two years or £280pm overall? Wow. Personally, I drive nice cars on the basis of £25k over ten years. My current '59 plate Audi A3 TDi (well specked and lasting) being one such example. What am I missing?
an 8 year old a3 is not a nice car, there has been 2 new models since then.

do you have audi virtual cockpit?
do you have the new look dash or is the nav built in to the dash which looks really dated?
SD card slot for your music?
Sim card slot for turning your car into a wireless hotspot with features built into the car such as internet radio, google maps and the news?
1 Like #30
I could never bring myself to spend £3400 a year on a car, but everyone wants different things and if no one bought them brand new then there would be no second hand cars around either! It does look like a very good deal if you compare it to the actual cost to buy they car though, so I've voted hot!
10 Likes #31
adriandocherty
So £7k over two years or £280pm overall? Wow. Personally, I drive nice cars on the basis of £25k over ten years. My current '59 plate Audi A3 TDi (well specked and lasting) being one such example. What am I missing?

You're missing a nice car
1 Like #32
stevieboy66
Why not buy a good second hand car for 7k, and then you have something at the end of the 2 years?

You don't get many 300bhp cars for £7k... If you do, they are 10 years old with £520pa tax.

Feel free to prove me wrong.
#33
Not a fan of VW/Audi/SEAT/Škoda cars but good deal here for those that do like them.
#34
michaelgell
An 8 year old a3 is not a nice car, there has been 2 new models since then.
do you have audi virtual cockpit?
do you have the new look dash or is the nav built in to the dash which looks really dated?
SD card slot for your music?
Sim card slot for turning your car into a wireless hotspot with features built into the car such as internet radio, google maps and the news?
Maybe they have a need for a good, solid, reliable car that drives well .... not a games console come entertainment centre? ;)




Edited By: Baldricky on Jul 17, 2017 15:40
#35
eslick
If you have kids make sure you sit in the back of a test drive in a Leon, so much road noise it's unbelievable.

Haven't driven one, but the facelift is said to be a decent improvement in that respect.

I have a 2014 FR and I love it, the level of kit you get on these cars is excellent.
#36
TheVoice
eslick
If you have kids make sure you sit in the back of a test drive in a Leon, so much road noise it's unbelievable.
Haven't driven one, but the facelift is said to be a decent improvement in that respect.
I have a 2014 FR and I love it, the level of kit you get on these cars is excellent.

tried one about 3 weeks ago, when seat had some big cash discounts, got out with a headache, road noise was that bad it put me right off, even mentioned in road tests.
#37
kvn618
eslick
If you have kids make sure you sit in the back of a test drive in a Leon, so much road noise it's unbelievable.
Won't be my problem, I'll be behind the wheel
Wearing a balaclava?
#38
andypolack
raffected
jamespallett
I still don't understand why folk who can't grasp leasing vote these deals cold.
This car is £30k list price. After two years, Parkers reckon it'd be worth about half that. Even if you managed to bag £5k off list (which I don't think even our best Brexit negotiators could manage), you won't get as low as the cost of this lease.
Voted hot OP!
You are right, but how on earth is this selling for 30k? That's Mercedes/BMW territory, when did Seat become a premium car maker?
Because this is 300 bhp hot hatch territory.

Better with a BMW diesel, a 335d is a second quicker to 60 and way way nicer.
1 Like #39
Got the 290 had it on the deal from Seat Warrington - Never noticed road noise - in fact I find it maybe slight softer ride than other car's I have, Clio RS and Insignia SRI (awful on 20" rims!!) and the ride is super compliant. (Magazine reviews in Car, Evo and Autoexpress make not hint at road noise - so I'm not really sure where that comes from - but I can only compare to other cars I have, have driven or have owned). The reviews seem to be hit and miss - Car magazine finished last in group test, Autoexpress first and EVO in the middle (read into that anything you want!!)

Wheelspin can be an issue along with some axle tramp ( can be cured with a stiffer engine mount - but as it is not my car I have left alone) - but careful use of the left foot helps.

Handing agility is not up to the Clio (what other FWD is!), but the performance is something else - the car is limited to 155 and I have no doubt is is capable of lots more (ignore 0-60 - it's after than it get's interesting!!), not that this is a consideration but will give you some idea of how quick this car actually is, it just keeps going and going and the occasional bark from the exhaust will have you driving with the windows down!!

I never thought I would be in a position to own such a car (have generally been in performance cars of 5 years plus such Clio RS, fiat coupe 20v turbo, mk2 16v golf and focus ST) also in term of ownership costs it will work out slightly cheaper than the focus, fiat and golf after you add the bills (drive older cars hard and you pay and can end up with a car that is worthless!!!) only the RS will have cost me less (but this is starting to have gearbox issues).

I thought i'd just do this for 2 years then go back to 2nd hand(4th or 5th!) but if I can get another similar deal on car when this ends it is defiantly the way to go - especially for anyone who drives lower miles such as myself!

Bottom line is you are getting a heck of a load of car for the money and can drive something I'd never thought I'd be in a possible to buy (2 kid's, BIG mortgage and 3 cars to support)

If you want to see what fun you could have in one - try this channel on youtube - it's been mildly modified (stage 1 chip plus handing mod's - this seems to be the norm for car that do these sort of thing!!)

xthilox youtube channel
1 Like #40
OrribleHarry
andypolack
raffected
jamespallett
I still don't understand why folk who can't grasp leasing vote these deals cold.
This car is £30k list price. After two years, Parkers reckon it'd be worth about half that. Even if you managed to bag £5k off list (which I don't think even our best Brexit negotiators could manage), you won't get as low as the cost of this lease.
Voted hot OP!
You are right, but how on earth is this selling for 30k? That's Mercedes/BMW territory, when did Seat become a premium car maker?
Because this is 300 bhp hot hatch territory.
Better with a BMW diesel, a 335d is a second quicker to 60 and way way nicer.

And at least £10k more.

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