Seat Leon Sport Coupe 1.4 EcoTSI 150 FR Titanium 24 month Car Lease Total £4640.04 @ NVC - HotUKDeals
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Seat Leon Sport Coupe 1.4 EcoTSI 150 FR Titanium 24 month Car Lease Total £4,640.04 @ NVC

£4640.04 @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
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
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7m, 5d agoFound 7 months, 5 days ago
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

- Rear parking sensors

- 18 inch performance alloy wheels

- Full LED hedlights

6000 miles with lowest initial up front works out as follows:

1 x £514.62 (includes VAT)

23 x £171.54 (Includes VAT)

Processing Fee £180.00 (Includes VAT)

Total payable = £4,640.04 which is equivalent to £193.34 per month

10,000 miles with lowest initial up front worls out as follows:

1 x £578.22 (Includes VAT)

23 x £192.74 (Includes VAT)

Processing Fee £180.00 (Includes VAT)

Total payable = £5,191.24 which is equivalent to £216.30 per month

Whilst you can get some cheaper diesel deals or lower engine powered petrol deals this is one of the better priced deals for a £20k + car which will at least be a bit of fun to drive!

Link to Seat website for full spec

http://www.seat.co.uk/new-cars/leon-sc/compare.html
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7 Likes
OMGWTFALIX
Sorry but i voted cold, you could pick up a car like the Fiesta ST for the same price and its twice the car.


wait, you're comparing a Fiesta (small hatchback) with a Leon (mid size hatchback)? The Leon is around the size of a Focus so that's where the comparison should be, and compare an Ibiza to a Fiesta.
6 Likes
OMGWTFALIX
Sorry but i voted cold, you could pick up a car like the Fiesta ST for the same price and its twice the car.


yeh from what ive seen id say its the st line you are talking about,I know its horses for courses but id prefer the seat anyway,as an owner of two fords currently and that i replaced an audi and a vw with them,i can definatly say the build quality of the ford is knowhere near the same league, and never recieved such poor service from anybody as i have with my local Ford dealer!! they are absolute cowboys!!

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4 Likes #1
Sorry but i voted cold, you could pick up a car like the Fiesta ST for the same price and its twice the car.
3 Likes #2
OMGWTFALIX
Sorry but i voted cold, you could pick up a car like the Fiesta ST for the same price and its twice the car.


I haven't seen the Fiesta ST at these prices for a while so please share if you have as I would genuinely be tempted to sign up? I have seen the 1 litre ST line edition which isn't in the same level as the full Fiesta ST or the above in my opinion. I was lucky to get the Peugeot 208 GTI deal last year so keeping an eye out for something fun to replace it with.
6 Likes #3
OMGWTFALIX
Sorry but i voted cold, you could pick up a car like the Fiesta ST for the same price and its twice the car.


yeh from what ive seen id say its the st line you are talking about,I know its horses for courses but id prefer the seat anyway,as an owner of two fords currently and that i replaced an audi and a vw with them,i can definatly say the build quality of the ford is knowhere near the same league, and never recieved such poor service from anybody as i have with my local Ford dealer!! they are absolute cowboys!!
#4
https://www.gateway2lease.com/cars/ford/fiesta/fiesta-nav-1.6t-182-st-2-ecoboost-6speed.php

ST-2 inc. nav there for £144 P/M :{

Edited By: OMGWTFALIX on Sep 24, 2016 15:33
4 Likes #5
dannyb182
OMGWTFALIX
Sorry but i voted cold, you could pick up a car like the Fiesta ST for the same price and its twice the car.
yeh from what ive seen id say its the st line you are talking about,I know its horses for courses but id prefer the seat anyway,as an owner of two fords currently and that i replaced an audi and a vw with them,i can definatly say the build quality of the ford is knowhere near the same league, and never recieved such poor service from anybody as i have with my local Ford dealer!! they are absolute cowboys!!
I'm with you on this one, Seat all the way. Ford Fiesta, twice the car, that comment makes me laugh.
2 Likes #6
OMGWTFALIX
Sorry but i voted cold, you could pick up a car like the Fiesta ST for the same price and its twice the car.

Yeah, I bought a bag of carrots today for 39p, so much cheaper than this car.
#7
That's the deal we've just gone for and mine comes in 2 weeks in Spirit Blue!
This deal is good though and would've been tempted if not gone for the fiesta!
Mine is an 8k deal though and the monthlies are lower despite the initial being 9months.
I'm really looking forward to it but the Leon Cupra would've been great!;)
7 Likes #8
OMGWTFALIX
Sorry but i voted cold, you could pick up a car like the Fiesta ST for the same price and its twice the car.


wait, you're comparing a Fiesta (small hatchback) with a Leon (mid size hatchback)? The Leon is around the size of a Focus so that's where the comparison should be, and compare an Ibiza to a Fiesta.
1 Like #9
OMGWTFALIX
Sorry but i voted cold, you could pick up a car like the Fiesta ST for the same price and its twice the car.


Technically, the fiesta is 80% of the car that the seat is, given its smaller.
1 Like #10
This is definitely a good deal. However, it's been on this site for a while and they had a plethora of colours in stock. They are down to bog standard red which is not for everyone. Voted hot though to promote car lease deals..... Keep them coming!
#11
ToxicNeo
OMGWTFALIX
Sorry but i voted cold, you could pick up a car like the Fiesta ST for the same price and its twice the car.
wait, you're comparing a Fiesta (small hatchback) with a Leon (mid size hatchback)? The Leon is around the size of a Focus so that's where the comparison should be, and compare an Ibiza to a Fiesta.


I'm glad someone else was thinking this too
#12
Looks a good deal. Thanks
#13
Great motor great price. Wish it has 4 doors!
#14
wheres the best place to find lease deals? looking for a qashqai or sportage with high spec but not having much luck with good prices
#15
3 door Leon looks so much better
#16
Had this model for 6 months now (although 5dr),very happy with it and I pay a fair bit more than this deal!
#17
few months ago i seen 10k a year a fr 185 for just over 5k over 2 years... mileage lets this deal down
#18
cigbunt
few months ago i seen 10k a year a fr 185 for just over 5k over 2 years... mileage lets this deal down
Once you factor in excess mileage, it'll still be a decent deal. Not quite the best but not bad.
#19
DweebDude
3 door Leon looks so much better

It does but putting young kids and the elderly in and out isn't fun in a family hatchback!
#20
Cold from me, there have been better deals out there for the price and there will be again.
3 Likes #21
aljack
Cold from me, there have been better deals out there for the price and there will be again.

But what if you don't have a time machine and you want a deal now?
#22
Can't believe they are making little cars like this out of titanium nowadays, I remember when titanium was an exotic material whose great strength to weight ratio was offset by how difficult it was to work with. Seems great value considering this is the titanium version, would expect it to cost a lot more.
1 Like #23
boostii
Can't believe they are making little cars like this out of titanium nowadays, I remember when titanium was an exotic material whose great strength to weight ratio was offset by how difficult it was to work with. Seems great value considering this is the titanium version, would expect it to cost a lot more.
Fishing? Lol
#24
I have this car was with the 2l TD engine, also 150ps. Have done 86k over 2.5 years and not had a single problem. Highly recommend this car overall, for me the only downside is the cabin noise (which isn't too bad but gets annoying with the amount of miles I do).
1 Like #25
shatteredneon
I have this car was with the 2l TD engine, also 150ps. Have done 86k over 2.5 years and not had a single problem. Highly recommend this car overall, for me the only downside is the cabin noise (which isn't too bad but gets annoying with the amount of miles I do).

Come for a ride on the motorway in my MK2 Golf if you want to experience real cabin noise.

I don't know why people would take a Ford fiesta ST over this
1 Like #26
Despite being in a different category than this the Fiesta ST is very highly regarded
#27
EagleUK
shatteredneon
I have this car was with the 2l TD engine, also 150ps. Have done 86k over 2.5 years and not had a single problem. Highly recommend this car overall, for me the only downside is the cabin noise (which isn't too bad but gets annoying with the amount of miles I do).
Come for a ride on the motorway in my MK2 Golf if you want to experience real cabin noise.
I don't know why people would take a Ford fiesta ST over this

Everyone knows a Ford is superior in every way obviously :p

Edited By: LocoMoFo9999 on Sep 25, 2016 01:21
#28
I've been in need of another car and have been searching around. Looking for keeping the car 2-3 years and need it quite soon. Looking for spending around £200-£250ish for an estate. But can't figure out whether a rental lease deal like this or PCP would fit better? Some of these rental deals (the good ones) look like they work out to a lot less then if you got the car under PCP? Can anyone offer any advice?
#29
been in need of another car and have been searching around. Looking for keeping the car 2-3 years and need it quite soon. Looking for spending around £200-£250ish for an estate. But can't figure out whether a rental lease deal like this or PCP would fit better? Some of these rental deals (the good ones) look like they work out to a lot less then if you got the car under PCP? Can anyone offer any advice?

I'd be interested to know as well. I'm comingto the end of a salary sacrifice rental agreement andI know that HMRC are reviewing such schemes and potentially from April next year a deal that I have for my Golf GTD that is pretty reasonable now could be clobbered for tax and make it unattractive.

I voted hot for this deal, although the car itself isn't for me (perhaps a Nissan Xtrail or VW Tiguan). Does anyone have much experience of private leasing and is there much difference between the quality of service provided between companies like gateway2lease, Jet or Select? I've used Parker's to compare prices but some of the companies' websites are amateurish and some are pretty slick but perhaps I shouldn't judge a book by its cover?

The first thing I noticed is when getting a quote for an Infiniti Q30 was that it was pretty mucha 'bait and switch' experience and the deal that was plastered on their homepage was very different to the stock they could access......
1 Like #30
I'll take any lease deal for a car allowing for 23k miles a year. Just need something with five seats.
#31
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 !
#32
Cold, unreliable and oversubscribed.
A focus is a much better car and can be had for similar money.
#33
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.
#34
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 !


You can't compare these deals to buying a used car, ever a 2 year old car.
If you buy a 2 year old car, you'll only have a years warranty for a start.
These deals are for people who buy new and change every 3 years or so. If you buy smart, you can actually lease a brand new car for cheaper than the depreciation, making financial sense if you're the type of person who regularly changes cars.
#35
Better deals crop up on here all the time, if you are patient and can wait then no need for that time machine my friend ;)
#36
ukscoob1
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.

Talking about reliability on new cars is pretty moot these days as all new mainstream cars are generally pretty good. However, despite the BS marketing and perception, German cars and especially VW are not really up there with the best.
#37
Talking about reliability on new cars is pretty moot these days as all new mainstream cars are generally pretty good. However, despite the BS marketing and perception, German cars and especially VW are not really up there with the best.

A recent J D Power dependability survey put VW at 6th position and SEAT at 8th in the UK. Mercedes, BMW and Audi were near the bottom of the table. Curiously, Skoda, which uses a lot of the same parts as VW and SEAT, was number one. They must screw them together better.
#38
ukscoob1
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.

Should that not be a Spanish VAG built car. (_;)


Edited By: sherlock747 on Sep 25, 2016 15:15
#39
OMGWTFALIX
Sorry but i voted cold, you could pick up a car like the Fiesta ST for the same price and its twice the car.

Can you let me know where to get the fiesta for this price , do you know how much the focus wst will be as well
#40
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 was the wifes ar the leon fr , with such a low milage as i would go for the same type of car where do you get them from

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