SKODA YETI 1.2TSI MONTE CARLO DSG AUTO WITH ŠKODA FINANCE 'PERSONAL CONTRACT HIRE. £159 deposit and £159 * 23 - HotUKDeals
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SKODA YETI 1.2TSI MONTE CARLO DSG AUTO WITH ŠKODA FINANCE 'PERSONAL CONTRACT HIRE. £159 deposit and £159 * 23 £3,816.00

£3816.00 @ Simpsons Skoda
Blurb off the website but seems a great deal for a well spec'd motor. This offer is available on ŠKODA Finance 'Personal Contract Hire' with only a £159 initial rental and then 23 payments of£159 … Read More
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Blurb off the website but seems a great deal for a well spec'd motor.

This offer is available on ŠKODA Finance 'Personal Contract Hire' with only a £159 initial rental and then 23 payments of£159 per month. Mileage allowance on this example is 8000 per annum, excess mileage above 16000 will be charged at 7.2p per mile. All prices are inclusive of VAT. No hidden admin fees.

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

Need a quote on a different annual mileage? - No problem - please check with our Digital Sales Team on 01772 325401
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25 Likes
tightasagnatschu
Not bad. The engine power doesn't bother me, but the lack of in-car connectivity and other CONVENIENCE features (touchscreen, dedicated apps, rear camera, parking sensors) just puts it off the maybe list, having had those on the Bosses current lease.

Most of those things can be mitigated by learning how to drive.
13 Likes
abaxas
tightasagnatschu
Not bad. The engine power doesn't bother me, but the lack of in-car connectivity and other CONVENIENCE features (touchscreen, dedicated apps, rear camera, parking sensors) just puts it off the maybe list, having had those on the Bosses current lease.
Most of those things can be mitigated by learning how to drive.

Touché smart one. (Full disclosure - Wifes car)
You're not wrong, but if we live by your rule then calculators, smart phones and any other tool that makes a task easier is unnecessary. It must be full-on fun in your 1940's house old chap. :{
10 Likes
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.

can be remapped

Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)


don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
6 Likes
tightasagnatschu
abaxas
tightasagnatschu
Not bad. The engine power doesn't bother me, but the lack of in-car connectivity and other CONVENIENCE features (touchscreen, dedicated apps, rear camera, parking sensors) just puts it off the maybe list, having had those on the Bosses current lease.
Most of those things can be mitigated by learning how to drive.


Touché smart one. (Full disclosure - Wifes car)
You're not wrong, but if we live by your rule then calculators, smart phones and any other tool that makes a task easier is unnecessary. It must be full-on fun in your 1940's house old chap. :{


Buying cars for wifes is easy. Just ask for the one without alloy wheels.


Edited By: abaxas on Sep 08, 2016 15:08

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1 Like #1
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
1 Like #2
Pretty sure that DAB is standard now across the range unless this is old stock.

Don't under estimate the 1.2 - It will be 110bhp which is the equivalent to most 1.6TDI's. Have driven one, albeit in a Fabia and was surprised at how nippy it was.

Edited By: jrw on Sep 08, 2016 11:42
#3
http://www.fleetprices.co.uk/business-lease-cars/skoda/yeti-estate/yeti-estate-12-tsi-110-monte-carlo-5dr-dsg-133668949

this is about £20 a month cheaper (not sure if your deal has admin charges), there is on this one
1 Like #4
loopz
http://www.fleetprices.co.uk/business-lease-cars/skoda/yeti-estate/yeti-estate-12-tsi-110-monte-carlo-5dr-dsg-133668949

this is about £20 a month cheaper (not sure if your deal has admin charges), there is on this one


£11/mth difference all in, and that is assuming there is no hit from financing as a result of not paying them 50% of the whole thing up front (ie the £1,500 initial payment).

If you factor in the metallic paint difference which is worth £15/mth you actually end up worse off by about £4/mth.

Edited By: ghostm4n on Sep 08, 2016 12:05: ..
#5
dab is 755 extra ( only avaliable with the sat nav pack) does have sd card slot though
1 Like #6
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.

can be remapped

Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
#7
michaelgell
dab is 755 extra ( only avaliable with the sat nav pack) does have sd card slot though
It isn't, it's 135 option, don't need to have sat nav.

Seems strange it's not standard though is it is on vw, audi and seat now.
1 Like #8
I've leased one of these and would recommend the car. Very good spec for the price.

They seem to do good Yeti lease deals all the time though, so don't feel like you need to rush and get this one.

I ordered mine a couple of months ago and got it a fair bit cheaper than this. (£1100 initial then £85 p/m).
10 Likes #9
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.

can be remapped

Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)


don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
#10
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars

Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
#11
loopz
http://www.fleetprices.co.uk/business-lease-cars/skoda/yeti-estate/yeti-estate-12-tsi-110-monte-carlo-5dr-dsg-133668949
this is about £20 a month cheaper (not sure if your deal has admin charges), there is on this one
This is a business lease! so add 20 per cent VAT
#12
Also got one a couple of months on here when they were £100 / month. TBH its one of the best lease cars ive had, the engine is quite nippy and slower speeds but its does lack at the higher end. If you don't want to pay extra for the sat nav you can pay a lot less to use the screen cast thing so it will mirror your phone.
1 Like #13
Not bad. The engine power doesn't bother me, but the lack of in-car connectivity and other CONVENIENCE features (touchscreen, dedicated apps, rear camera, parking sensors) just puts it off the maybe list, having had those on the Bosses current lease.
25 Likes #14
tightasagnatschu
Not bad. The engine power doesn't bother me, but the lack of in-car connectivity and other CONVENIENCE features (touchscreen, dedicated apps, rear camera, parking sensors) just puts it off the maybe list, having had those on the Bosses current lease.

Most of those things can be mitigated by learning how to drive.
#15
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)

Remapping your brand new car? It's a bold move. It would also immediately invalidate your warranty, which is a MAJOR selling point on a brand new car.
1 Like #16
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.

I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.

Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
#17
What additional costs would be involved with this, would it just be servicing and tyres?
13 Likes #18
abaxas
tightasagnatschu
Not bad. The engine power doesn't bother me, but the lack of in-car connectivity and other CONVENIENCE features (touchscreen, dedicated apps, rear camera, parking sensors) just puts it off the maybe list, having had those on the Bosses current lease.
Most of those things can be mitigated by learning how to drive.

Touché smart one. (Full disclosure - Wifes car)
You're not wrong, but if we live by your rule then calculators, smart phones and any other tool that makes a task easier is unnecessary. It must be full-on fun in your 1940's house old chap. :{
#19
ollie87
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
Remapping your brand new car? It's a bold move. It would also immediately invalidate your warranty, which is a MAJOR selling point on a brand new car.

Also surely you cant do this on a php?? :P
1 Like #20
Babbler
ollie87
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
Remapping your brand new car? It's a bold move. It would also immediately invalidate your warranty, which is a MAJOR selling point on a brand new car.
Also surely you cant do this on a php?? :P

You can do what you like, it doesn't matter, you'll still lose your engine warranty.

Edited By: ollie87 on Sep 08, 2016 15:02
#21
ollie87
Babbler
ollie87
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
Remapping your brand new car? It's a bold move. It would also immediately invalidate your warranty, which is a MAJOR selling point on a brand new car.
Also surely you cant do this on a php?? :P
Yeah. You can do what you like, you'll still lose your engine warranty.
DTUK is your friend ;)
#22
tightasagnatschu
It must be full-on fun in your 1940's house old chap. :{

As up to date as that? I thought he lived in a cave.
#23
jrw
ollie87
Babbler
ollie87
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
Remapping your brand new car? It's a bold move. It would also immediately invalidate your warranty, which is a MAJOR selling point on a brand new car.
Also surely you cant do this on a php?? :P
Yeah. You can do what you like, you'll still lose your engine warranty.
DTUK is your friend ;)

http://www.tmcmotorsport.com/TuningBoxDetailsNew.aspx?SID=10109157
6 Likes #24
tightasagnatschu
abaxas
tightasagnatschu
Not bad. The engine power doesn't bother me, but the lack of in-car connectivity and other CONVENIENCE features (touchscreen, dedicated apps, rear camera, parking sensors) just puts it off the maybe list, having had those on the Bosses current lease.
Most of those things can be mitigated by learning how to drive.


Touché smart one. (Full disclosure - Wifes car)
You're not wrong, but if we live by your rule then calculators, smart phones and any other tool that makes a task easier is unnecessary. It must be full-on fun in your 1940's house old chap. :{


Buying cars for wifes is easy. Just ask for the one without alloy wheels.


Edited By: abaxas on Sep 08, 2016 15:08
2 Likes #25
ollie87
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.
Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
The best option would be to buy a car with more power, with either option you monkeys have mentioned you invalidate your insurance, invalidate your warranty, breach the lease t & c,s, potentially damage your engine, increase engine wear, reduce your service interval time, place more wear on all tertiary components on the car. I drive a mapped A5, don't use tuning boxes they give power but burn fuel, increase engine temp and are generally used by muppets. The map even when removed is always detectable as manufacturers program the ecu to log firmware update changes. This is a good deal, I like the car but if you need more power buy it originally unless you own the vehicle out right it simply isn't worth meddling with.
1 Like #26
Staypuff
ollie87
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.
Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
The best option would be to buy a car with more power, with either option you monkeys have mentioned you invalidate your insurance, invalidate your warranty, breach the lease t & c,s, potentially damage your engine, increase engine wear, reduce your service interval time, place more wear on all tertiary components on the car. I drive a mapped A5, don't use tuning boxes they give power but burn fuel, increase engine temp and are generally used by muppets. The map even when removed is always detectable as manufacturers program the ecu to log firmware update changes. This is a good deal, I like the car but if you need more power buy it originally unless you own the vehicle out right it simply isn't worth meddling with.

lol - invalidate insurance indeed. It's just like any mod, you declare it. I wouldn't use one personally but I can see why people would.

Also, worst "I drive an Audi" brag post ever.

Edited By: ollie87 on Sep 08, 2016 15:12
#27
abaxas
tightasagnatschu
abaxas
tightasagnatschu
Not bad. The engine power doesn't bother me, but the lack of in-car connectivity and other CONVENIENCE features (touchscreen, dedicated apps, rear camera, parking sensors) just puts it off the maybe list, having had those on the Bosses current lease.
Most of those things can be mitigated by learning how to drive.
Touché smart one. (Full disclosure - Wifes car)
You're not wrong, but if we live by your rule then calculators, smart phones and any other tool that makes a task easier is unnecessary. It must be full-on fun in your 1940's house old chap. :{
Buying cars for wifes is easy. Just ask for the one without alloy wheels.

Cave-dweller confirmed.
2 Likes #28
Staypuff
ollie87
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.
Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
The best option would be to buy a car with more power, with either option you monkeys have mentioned you invalidate your insurance, invalidate your warranty, breach the lease t & c,s, potentially damage your engine, increase engine wear, reduce your service interval time, place more wear on all tertiary components on the car. I drive a mapped A5, don't use tuning boxes they give power but burn fuel, increase engine temp and are generally used by muppets. The map even when removed is always detectable as manufacturers program the ecu to log firmware update changes. This is a good deal, I like the car but if you need more power buy it originally unless you own the vehicle out right it simply isn't worth meddling with.

Rules are for fools.
#29
ollie87
Staypuff
ollie87
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.
Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
The best option would be to buy a car with more power, with either option you monkeys have mentioned you invalidate your insurance, invalidate your warranty, breach the lease t & c,s, potentially damage your engine, increase engine wear, reduce your service interval time, place more wear on all tertiary components on the car. I drive a mapped A5, don't use tuning boxes they give power but burn fuel, increase engine temp and are generally used by muppets. The map even when removed is always detectable as manufacturers program the ecu to log firmware update changes. This is a good deal, I like the car but if you need more power buy it originally unless you own the vehicle out right it simply isn't worth meddling with.
lol - invalidate insurance indeed. It's just like any mod, you declare it. I wouldn't use one personally but I can see why people would.
Also, worst "I drive an Audi" brag post ever.
Brag my ass, why is it even bragging it's a second hand Audi my wife's focus cost more go figure, muppet alert.
1 Like #30
LocoMoFo9999
Staypuff
ollie87
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.
Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
The best option would be to buy a car with more power, with either option you monkeys have mentioned you invalidate your insurance, invalidate your warranty, breach the lease t & c,s, potentially damage your engine, increase engine wear, reduce your service interval time, place more wear on all tertiary components on the car. I drive a mapped A5, don't use tuning boxes they give power but burn fuel, increase engine temp and are generally used by muppets. The map even when removed is always detectable as manufacturers program the ecu to log firmware update changes. This is a good deal, I like the car but if you need more power buy it originally unless you own the vehicle out right it simply isn't worth meddling with.
Rules are for fools.
Cheers, guessing your the kid in corsa tearing up the streets, chucking rubbish out the window whilst using your mobile hitting 60mph in a school zone, how proud
2 Likes #31
Staypuff
ollie87
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.
Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
The best option would be to buy a car with more power, with either option you monkeys have mentioned you invalidate your insurance, invalidate your warranty, breach the lease t & c,s, potentially damage your engine, increase engine wear, reduce your service interval time, place more wear on all tertiary components on the car. I drive a mapped A5, don't use tuning boxes they give power but burn fuel, increase engine temp and are generally used by muppets. The map even when removed is always detectable as manufacturers program the ecu to log firmware update changes. This is a good deal, I like the car but if you need more power buy it originally unless you own the vehicle out right it simply isn't worth meddling with.
Wrong on so many levels.

You declare it with your insurance - usually around £20-50 extra pa.

Tuning boxes if done correctly don't just overfuel. It is a piggy back ECU and it maps it on a par with the actual ECU being mapped or chipped. Also, if you do your homework and get the right one (DTUK and JB1, just two examples) then then dont raise the TD flag on the VAS system that VAG use.

But you carry on trolling, whilst everyone else does their own research and uses facts.
#32
Staypuff
ollie87
Staypuff
ollie87
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.
Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
The best option would be to buy a car with more power, with either option you monkeys have mentioned you invalidate your insurance, invalidate your warranty, breach the lease t & c,s, potentially damage your engine, increase engine wear, reduce your service interval time, place more wear on all tertiary components on the car. I drive a mapped A5, don't use tuning boxes they give power but burn fuel, increase engine temp and are generally used by muppets. The map even when removed is always detectable as manufacturers program the ecu to log firmware update changes. This is a good deal, I like the car but if you need more power buy it originally unless you own the vehicle out right it simply isn't worth meddling with.
lol - invalidate insurance indeed. It's just like any mod, you declare it. I wouldn't use one personally but I can see why people would.
Also, worst "I drive an Audi" brag post ever.
Brag my ass, why is it even bragging it's a second hand Audi my wife's focus cost more go figure, muppet alert.

Why even mention it then? Why not just say "I had my car mapped because I feel tuning boxes are risky"?

Beats me, guess we'll never know.
1 Like #33
Staypuff
LocoMoFo9999
Staypuff
ollie87
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.
Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
The best option would be to buy a car with more power, with either option you monkeys have mentioned you invalidate your insurance, invalidate your warranty, breach the lease t & c,s, potentially damage your engine, increase engine wear, reduce your service interval time, place more wear on all tertiary components on the car. I drive a mapped A5, don't use tuning boxes they give power but burn fuel, increase engine temp and are generally used by muppets. The map even when removed is always detectable as manufacturers program the ecu to log firmware update changes. This is a good deal, I like the car but if you need more power buy it originally unless you own the vehicle out right it simply isn't worth meddling with.
Rules are for fools.
Cheers, guessing your the kid in corsa tearing up the streets, chucking rubbish out the window whilst using your mobile hitting 60mph in a school zone, how proud

Chill fam, it's a Bimmer.....
#34
ollie87
Staypuff
ollie87
Staypuff
ollie87
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.
Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
The best option would be to buy a car with more power, with either option you monkeys have mentioned you invalidate your insurance, invalidate your warranty, breach the lease t & c,s, potentially damage your engine, increase engine wear, reduce your service interval time, place more wear on all tertiary components on the car. I drive a mapped A5, don't use tuning boxes they give power but burn fuel, increase engine temp and are generally used by muppets. The map even when removed is always detectable as manufacturers program the ecu to log firmware update changes. This is a good deal, I like the car but if you need more power buy it originally unless you own the vehicle out right it simply isn't worth meddling with.
lol - invalidate insurance indeed. It's just like any mod, you declare it. I wouldn't use one personally but I can see why people would.
Also, worst "I drive an Audi" brag post ever.
Brag my ass, why is it even bragging it's a second hand Audi my wife's focus cost more go figure, muppet alert.
Why even mention it then? Why not just say "I had my car mapped because I feel tuning boxes are risky"?
Beats me, guess we'll never know.
Sorry if it came across like that, I like my car, I work on it, I,m proud of it, not a brag as its current value is about 10k, so a std family hatch will far exceed its value. I,m used to communicating it's make, model on other forums I prescribe too. At least you didn't say I was knob for driving one like most posts mentioning Audi on here. Although most Audi drivers are unfortunately.
#35
LocoMoFo9999
Staypuff
LocoMoFo9999
Staypuff
ollie87
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.
Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
The best option would be to buy a car with more power, with either option you monkeys have mentioned you invalidate your insurance, invalidate your warranty, breach the lease t & c,s, potentially damage your engine, increase engine wear, reduce your service interval time, place more wear on all tertiary components on the car. I drive a mapped A5, don't use tuning boxes they give power but burn fuel, increase engine temp and are generally used by muppets. The map even when removed is always detectable as manufacturers program the ecu to log firmware update changes. This is a good deal, I like the car but if you need more power buy it originally unless you own the vehicle out right it simply isn't worth meddling with.
Rules are for fools.
Cheers, guessing your the kid in corsa tearing up the streets, chucking rubbish out the window whilst using your mobile hitting 60mph in a school zone, how proud
Chill fam, it's a Bimmer.....
Lol, made me laugh.
#36
Staypuff
ollie87
Staypuff
ollie87
Staypuff
ollie87
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.
Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
The best option would be to buy a car with more power, with either option you monkeys have mentioned you invalidate your insurance, invalidate your warranty, breach the lease t & c,s, potentially damage your engine, increase engine wear, reduce your service interval time, place more wear on all tertiary components on the car. I drive a mapped A5, don't use tuning boxes they give power but burn fuel, increase engine temp and are generally used by muppets. The map even when removed is always detectable as manufacturers program the ecu to log firmware update changes. This is a good deal, I like the car but if you need more power buy it originally unless you own the vehicle out right it simply isn't worth meddling with.
lol - invalidate insurance indeed. It's just like any mod, you declare it. I wouldn't use one personally but I can see why people would.
Also, worst "I drive an Audi" brag post ever.
Brag my ass, why is it even bragging it's a second hand Audi my wife's focus cost more go figure, muppet alert.
Why even mention it then? Why not just say "I had my car mapped because I feel tuning boxes are risky"?
Beats me, guess we'll never know.
Sorry if it came across like that, I like my car, I work on it, I,m proud of it, not a brag as its current value is about 10k, so a std family hatch will far exceed its value. I,m used to communicating it's make, model on other forums I prescribe too. At least you didn't say I was knob for driving one like most posts mentioning Audi on here. Although most Audi drivers are unfortunately.

You're not on the Passat owners forum now mate, no one cares that your car has four circles on it.

http://i.imgur.com/ZlHtbVJ.png

Edited By: ollie87 on Sep 08, 2016 15:35
#37
Staypuff
LocoMoFo9999
Staypuff
LocoMoFo9999
Staypuff
ollie87
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.
Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
The best option would be to buy a car with more power, with either option you monkeys have mentioned you invalidate your insurance, invalidate your warranty, breach the lease t & c,s, potentially damage your engine, increase engine wear, reduce your service interval time, place more wear on all tertiary components on the car. I drive a mapped A5, don't use tuning boxes they give power but burn fuel, increase engine temp and are generally used by muppets. The map even when removed is always detectable as manufacturers program the ecu to log firmware update changes. This is a good deal, I like the car but if you need more power buy it originally unless you own the vehicle out right it simply isn't worth meddling with.
Rules are for fools.
Cheers, guessing your the kid in corsa tearing up the streets, chucking rubbish out the window whilst using your mobile hitting 60mph in a school zone, how proud
Chill fam, it's a Bimmer.....
Lol, made me laugh.

It's ok, we all have a chip on our shoulder on occasions :p
#38
ollie87

Cave-dweller confirmed.

Sadly, it comes from experience :(
#39
Staypuff
ollie87
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.
Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
The best option would be to buy a car with more power, with either option you monkeys have mentioned you invalidate your insurance, invalidate your warranty, breach the lease t & c,s, potentially damage your engine, increase engine wear, reduce your service interval time, place more wear on all tertiary components on the car. I drive a mapped A5, don't use tuning boxes they give power but burn fuel, increase engine temp and are generally used by muppets. The map even when removed is always detectable as manufacturers program the ecu to log firmware update changes. This is a good deal, I like the car but if you need more power buy it originally unless you own the vehicle out right it simply isn't worth meddling with.


Bang on. These days there's definitively no such thing as an untraceable remap. Regardless of what a remap vendor may say
#40
ollie87
Staypuff
ollie87
Staypuff
ollie87
Staypuff
ollie87
fishmaster
gaz_marshall
krizw
shindigger
If this had a tad more grunt and DAB i'd go for this. Good deal though.
can be remapped
Original Power: 105 bhp
Remap Power: 130 bhp
Original Torque: 175 Nm (129 ftlb)
Remap Torque: 210 Nm (154 ftlb)
don't think you're allowed to remap lease cars
Nothing stopping you though, just put it back to default settings before you hand it back. In reality it will cost you £500 or so if you can't do it yourself, that includes a proper remap on a rolling road tailored to the car and then putting it back to default. You could come to an agreement with a local independent garage that does remaps and pay a one off fee for the remap and then back to stock. Personally I wouldn't bother, but it's a suggestion for those that might want to. What are the legalities of it? I don't know if I'm honest.
I believe, from things I've heard/read, that they'll still know the map has been played with.
Your best option to up power on a car like this would be a box from someone with a decent reputation like TMC Motorsport.
The best option would be to buy a car with more power, with either option you monkeys have mentioned you invalidate your insurance, invalidate your warranty, breach the lease t & c,s, potentially damage your engine, increase engine wear, reduce your service interval time, place more wear on all tertiary components on the car. I drive a mapped A5, don't use tuning boxes they give power but burn fuel, increase engine temp and are generally used by muppets. The map even when removed is always detectable as manufacturers program the ecu to log firmware update changes. This is a good deal, I like the car but if you need more power buy it originally unless you own the vehicle out right it simply isn't worth meddling with.
lol - invalidate insurance indeed. It's just like any mod, you declare it. I wouldn't use one personally but I can see why people would.
Also, worst "I drive an Audi" brag post ever.
Brag my ass, why is it even bragging it's a second hand Audi my wife's focus cost more go figure, muppet alert.
Why even mention it then? Why not just say "I had my car mapped because I feel tuning boxes are risky"?
Beats me, guess we'll never know.
Sorry if it came across like that, I like my car, I work on it, I,m proud of it, not a brag as its current value is about 10k, so a std family hatch will far exceed its value. I,m used to communicating it's make, model on other forums I prescribe too. At least you didn't say I was knob for driving one like most posts mentioning Audi on here. Although most Audi drivers are unfortunately.
You're not on the Passat owners forum now mate, no one cares that your car has four circles on it.http://i.imgur.com/ZlHtbVJ.png
You did? An no I ain't your mate by the looks

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