SKODA OCTAVIA 1.4TSI 150PS SE SPORT WITH ŠKODA FINANCE 'PERSONAL CONTRACT HIRE' AT A SENSATIONAL £109 PER MONTH AVAILABLE FROM STOCK FOR QUICK DELIVERY! £4997 @ Simpsons Skoda - HotUKDeals
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SKODA OCTAVIA 1.4TSI 150PS SE SPORT WITH ŠKODA FINANCE 'PERSONAL CONTRACT HIRE' AT A SENSATIONAL £109 PER MONTH AVAILABLE FROM STOCK FOR QUICK DELIVERY! £4,997.00 @ Simpsons Skoda

£4997.00 @ Simpsons Skoda
This offer is available on ŠKODA Finance 'Personal Contract Hire' with only a £2490 initial rental and then 23 payments of £109 per month. Mileage allowance on this example is 10000 per annum, excess … Read More
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This offer is available on ŠKODA Finance 'Personal Contract Hire' with only a £2490 initial rental and then 23 payments of £109 per month. Mileage allowance on this example is 10000 per annum, excess mileage above 20000 will be charged at 7.20p per mile. All prices are inclusive of VAT. No hidden admin fees.

The Estate version is available at £129 per month including VAT.

It just gets better and better ...... as this incredible deal also includes Free Metallic Paint and Road Fund Licence for two years.

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sukysue
so it's actually over £200 a month really accounting for the deposit?

Yes, a headlining impressive monthly cost, due to the deposit being almost as much as the collective monthlies. Just waiting for the next deal to state "only £22pm and £4491 down". These big deposit small monthlies deals are no good if the car gets stolen or written off early on into your lease as you'll not get any of that deposit back should that happen.

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#1
Interesting deal....

How does it stand if getting it on a "PCH" then using if for business miles?
#2
jonesinamillion
Interesting deal....

How does it stand if getting it on a "PCH" then using if for business miles?



Ypu can do that
#3
Only £60 a month extra for the diesel VRS.
3 Likes #4
so it's actually over £200 a month really accounting for the deposit?
1 Like #5
sukysue
so it's actually over £200 a month really accounting for the deposit?
The OP has all the correct details including total price. To quote an average price would be incorrect and lead to confusion.
11 Likes #6
sukysue
so it's actually over £200 a month really accounting for the deposit?

Yes, a headlining impressive monthly cost, due to the deposit being almost as much as the collective monthlies. Just waiting for the next deal to state "only £22pm and £4491 down". These big deposit small monthlies deals are no good if the car gets stolen or written off early on into your lease as you'll not get any of that deposit back should that happen.
1 Like #7
yes!
#8
Am looking at the Hyundai offers at present they seem like good cars and the 5 yr warranty looks amazing!
Anybody had experience of Hyundai ? Please?
1 Like #9
Pity a VW dealer wouldn't match that deal on the equivalent Golf GT150.
2 Likes #10
With an initial payment of £2,490 can you really use the word 'only' before it?
1 Like #11
sukysue
Am looking at the Hyundai offers at present they seem like good cars and the 5 yr warranty looks amazing!
Anybody had experience of Hyundai ? Please?

I have had 2 i30 cars. both 1.4 petrol. totally reliable with No complaints. I was getting 52mpg so was happy with that for a petrol. I purchased my first one in 2009 when they were only £9895 brand new.

Edited By: POWYSWALES on Nov 30, 2016 10:28
#12
Hyundai = awful cars. 5 year warranty isn't worth the paper it's written on.
1 Like #13
Teezer
Hyundai = awful cars. 5 year warranty isn't worth the paper it's written on.
How does this help, now it has been questioned you will tell us how you know someone down your local pub that has had nothing but problems, if you knew these cars were trouble you would have stated facts in the first place.

Edited By: POWYSWALES on Nov 30, 2016 10:31
#14
Teezer
Hyundai = awful cars. 5 year warranty isn't worth the paper it's written on.
but this is Skoda.
#15
Teezer
Hyundai = awful cars. 5 year warranty isn't worth the paper it's written on.


WoW, you couldn't be more wrong , they absolutely relaible and good quality materials wich has proved during the years. They give 5 year garantee coz they sure about their cars and wont break down.

Maybe besides the 'dailymail' car articles do some research sometimes ...
#16
rand0m
Teezer
Hyundai = awful cars. 5 year warranty isn't worth the paper it's written on.
but this is Skoda.


Skoda has the best price/value in the VW group.
1 Like #17
Is this the one with the cruise control which gets stuck? oO
#18
Not a bad price at all. Not keen on the car really but for a lot of people this would tick many boxes.
#19
SE Sport! Skodas marketing division trying to cover all the bases there!
#20
sukysue
Am looking at the Hyundai offers at present they seem like good cars and the 5 yr warranty looks amazing!
Anybody had experience of Hyundai ? Please?


if you're leasing, why would a five year warranty matter?
1 Like #21
sukysue
Am looking at the Hyundai offers at present they seem like good cars and the 5 yr warranty looks amazing!
Anybody had experience of Hyundai ? Please?


Hyundais are really nice, economic on fuel and affordable. You don't get lots of stuff as standard, but you get an excellent warranty
#22
Good deal, heat added.
#23
ruthadie09
sukysue
Am looking at the Hyundai offers at present they seem like good cars and the 5 yr warranty looks amazing!
Anybody had experience of Hyundai ? Please?


Hyundais are really nice, economic on fuel and affordable. You don't get lots of stuff as standard, but you get an excellent warranty


not relevant for leasing though is it?
1 Like #24
sukysue
Am looking at the Hyundai offers at present they seem like good cars and the 5 yr warranty looks amazing!
Anybody had experience of Hyundai ? Please?
Had one for 2.5 years, 55000 miles, one minor gearbox seal leak which was picked up at a service and replaced FOC without issue. No problems apart from that. Have been very happy.
2 Likes #25
By my calculations, it's actually cheaper from National Vehicle Solutions: £2,400 initial payment plus £239.99 admin fee, followed by 23 monthly payments of £86.71, making a total of £4,634.22, or a monthly average of £193.10. And they throw in a space-saver spare wheel!
1 Like #26
5 bags for 2 years motoring. That's not good.
#27
reakt
Is this the one with the cruise control which gets stuck? oO

They said they could not find any fault..maybe they did not want to look too hard.
#28
POWYSWALES
sukysue
Am looking at the Hyundai offers at present they seem like good cars and the 5 yr warranty looks amazing!
Anybody had experience of Hyundai ? Please?

I have had 2 i30 cars. both 1.4 petrol. totally reliable with No complaints. I was getting 52mpg so was happy with that for a petrol. I purchased my first one in 2009 when they were only £9895 brand new.


Wow 53mpg for a petrol, I only get between 28 and 32mpg when I'm lucky. What engine size is yours?

Mine isn't a Hyundai.
#29
Wasn't there a cheaper deal posted not long ago?
1 Like #30
oddballjamie
Only £60 a month extra for the diesel VRS.

Only 50% more expensive
#31
fireman1
oddballjamie
Only £60 a month extra for the diesel VRS.
Only 50% more expensive

This deal is £208.33 per month.

Sadly you've let the "only £109 a month" headline figure fool you
1 Like #32
Teezer
Hyundai = awful cars. 5 year warranty isn't worth the paper it's written on.
Based on what?

My Mrs has a 63 plate I20, full of kit including reversing camera and folding mirrors, small manual (we bought it for the kids to learn in) and frugal imo.

we paid c£5,5k about 6m ago and will keep it until they pass their tests then she will go back into an auto estate (probably another Cee'd) in our experience of KIA (Sister co as I'm sure you're aware) warranty it has been exceptional, I have a BMW and sadly I cannot say the same.
1 Like #33
Teezer
Hyundai = awful cars. 5 year warranty isn't worth the paper it's written on.


Totally disagree
suspended#34
wadeywilson1
Teezer
Hyundai = awful cars. 5 year warranty isn't worth the paper it's written on.


Totally disagree


Everyone has their own experience. My personal dealings with Hyundai over 8 years has been nothing but trouble. First car needed a whole new wiring loom within 6 months of new. They wanted to order new loom from Korea and rip my brand new car to pieces to have it fitted. I eventually had to call the UK director of Customer Services to get anywhere. Eventually they conceded (after threatening legal action), and replaced the car.
However they replaced it with a car whose whole batch had a manufactered flaw, evident years down the line. The radiator fluid they had used at manufacture, and subsequently recommended was corrosive to the engine block. 6 years later, brand new engine was required. To get Hyundai to admit to this and actually take action was no easy task. Eventually replaced the engine at their expense, but left nothing but electrical faults and niggles which their pathetically trained engineers were unable to rectify.
All in All, I shall never ever recommend Hyundai again. If you get a good car, then it's plain sailing. If you get one of the many many batches of poor cars, you'll wish you'd never gone to Hyundai.

Edited By: peeej1978 on Nov 30, 2016 14:49: misspelling
#35
peter1969uk
POWYSWALES
sukysue
Am looking at the Hyundai offers at present they seem like good cars and the 5 yr warranty looks amazing!
Anybody had experience of Hyundai ? Please?
I have had 2 i30 cars. both 1.4 petrol. totally reliable with No complaints. I was getting 52mpg so was happy with that for a petrol. I purchased my first one in 2009 when they were only £9895 brand new.
Wow 53mpg for a petrol, I only get between 28 and 32mpg when I'm lucky. What engine size is yours?
Mine isn't a Hyundai.
I have always got excellent economy out of my cars and its not about driving like a granny, just no hard accelerating, getting up the gears quickly, and planning ahead so hardly need to use the brakes, put it this way i have never had a car need new brake pads or a clutch despite putting 100,000 miles on some of my cars. A lot of people think you should not use 5th/6th gear below 40mph, I have always used 5th/6th as low as 30mph as most cars are still doing at least 1300rpm when it top gear so not a problem.
I now have a skoda fabia 1.4 diesel and get 67mpg, £40 of fuel gets me 535 miles.


Edited By: POWYSWALES on Nov 30, 2016 15:48
banned#36
peter1969uk
POWYSWALES
sukysue
Am looking at the Hyundai offers at present they seem like good cars and the 5 yr warranty looks amazing!
Anybody had experience of Hyundai ? Please?
I have had 2 i30 cars. both 1.4 petrol. totally reliable with No complaints. I was getting 52mpg so was happy with that for a petrol. I purchased my first one in 2009 when they were only £9895 brand new.
Wow 53mpg for a petrol, I only get between 28 and 32mpg when I'm lucky. What engine size is yours?
Mine isn't a Hyundai.
ONE POINT FOUR LITRE! ! !
Jeez
#37
pgilc1
fireman1
oddballjamie
Only £60 a month extra for the diesel VRS.
Only 50% more expensive

This deal is £208.33 per month.

Sadly you've let the "only £109 a month" headline figure fool you

I haven't. Irrespective of deposit you then pay 109 a month. the vrs is 169 a month regardless of deposit which I assume is the same. Therefore it's 50% more expensive each month.
#38
Central UK Vehicle leasing have the Estate version slightly cheaper.
#39
I have a Hyundai i800, more than happy with it. Only issue I've had is with the rear heater pipes corroding. They didn't fail and I asked the dealer to check them during the 4 year service and they replaced them without any questions, under the warranty. They didn't look too bad but other i800 owners had noticed theirs had corroded hence why I asked them to look.
I think Hyundai reliability has taken a knock the last year or two but they were far more reliable than the German owned manufacturers for many years. My 8 seater has a basic spec but then it was over 30% cheaper than the VW equivalent. I've added a few things, USB sockets under seats, a passenger side grab handle and twin roof DVD players etc and it's not cost me much.
As for this deal, I've voted it hot as it seems very reasonable.

Edited By: liamf12 on Nov 30, 2016 17:45
#40
'incredible deal' I don't think so - £5k net cost to rent a car for 2 years, then no residual value as down payment for a new one. As Admiral Akbar would say, "it's a trap".

Edited By: zoso1313 on Nov 30, 2016 18:08: fix grammar

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