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Skoda yeti lease 24 month pch deal from £4,440.24 Total Fleetprices.co.uk.

£4440.24 @ Fleetprices
The numbers are £85.01 per month. £2400 initial rental. Two year contract £185.01 per month total. From parkers review. Part family hatch and part SUV, the Skoda Yeti is an unusual model. It's… Read More
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6m, 3d agoFound 6 months, 3 days ago
The numbers are £85.01 per month. £2400 initial rental. Two year contract £185.01 per month total.

From parkers review.

Part family hatch and part SUV, the Skoda Yeti is an unusual model. It's a similar idea to the Nissan Qashqai and combines the user-friendliness and affordability of a hatchback along with the practicality of a four-wheel drive. The result is a real success, making the Yeti an ideal family car

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Contract term : 24 months
Rental profile : Initial rental + 23 Rentals
Annual mileage : 8000
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6m, 3d agoFound 6 months, 3 days ago
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#1
More info would be nice.. (_;)
#2
Your numbers look wrong - should be a total of £4,595.23 or £191.47/net.mth.

Cheaper deals around like this one that is £4,499.48 or £187.48/net/mth.
#3
Nice car - we leased one 18 moths ago @165 on 3+23 for 2.0 diesel. Doesn't strike me as hot though
2 Likes #4
Just had one delivered yesterday on 3+23 £165pm 10k pa miles no fee with metallic and a couple of cheap options 1.2 TSI DSG. Very pleased with it. I know it's old tech now compared to the MQB stuff but will see us well for the next couple of years with a new baby.

Edited By: courtster on Jan 19, 2017 14:50: Removed pic
#5
buy a daihastau instead
#6
moneysm
buy a daihastau instead

A Daihatsu, you mean? Despite being reliable, why?
#7
m5rcc
moneysm
buy a daihastau instead

A Daihatsu, you mean? Despite being reliable, why?


for 2 grand more u have an asset to keep that will last more than 24 months
#8
moneysm
m5rcc
moneysm
buy a daihastau instead
A Daihatsu, you mean? Despite being reliable, why?
for 2 grand more u have an asset to keep that will last more than 24 months

You don't quite get the concept of leasing, do you?
#9
m5rcc
moneysm
m5rcc
moneysm
buy a daihastau instead
A Daihatsu, you mean? Despite being reliable, why?
for 2 grand more u have an asset to keep that will last more than 24 months
You don't quite get the concept of leasing, do you?

Not sure you understand the principle of depreciation.
1 Like #10
moneysm
Not sure you understand the principle of depreciation.

Erm, I do. I do very clearly. If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it appreciates, own it.

Why would I want to buy a dearer Daihatsu (if such things exist given they havn't sold a car in Europe for almost four years) for it to depreciate at a steeper rate?

Better to get a lease where the total value of the lease is less than the depreciation of the car should you have bought it.
#11
m5rcc
moneysm
Not sure you understand the principle of depreciation.
Erm, I do. I do very clearly. If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it appreciates, own it.
Why would I want to buy a dearer Daihatsu (if such things exist given they havn't sold a car in Europe for almost four years) for it to depreciate at a steeper rate?
Better to get a lease where the total value of the lease is less than the depreciation of the car should you have bought it.
I meant to get a Dacia, not a Daihatsu
#12
moneysm
m5rcc
moneysm
Not sure you understand the principle of depreciation.
Erm, I do. I do very clearly. If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it appreciates, own it.
Why would I want to buy a dearer Daihatsu (if such things exist given they havn't sold a car in Europe for almost four years) for it to depreciate at a steeper rate?
Better to get a lease where the total value of the lease is less than the depreciation of the car should you have bought it.
I meant to get a Dacia, not a Daihatsu

Not really comparable like-for-like (given that you said "£2k more" - I would assume you are referring to a base-spec Sandero).
#13
m5rcc
moneysm
m5rcc
moneysm
Not sure you understand the principle of depreciation.
Erm, I do. I do very clearly. If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it appreciates, own it.
Why would I want to buy a dearer Daihatsu (if such things exist given they havn't sold a car in Europe for almost four years) for it to depreciate at a steeper rate?
Better to get a lease where the total value of the lease is less than the depreciation of the car should you have bought it.
I meant to get a Dacia, not a Daihatsu
Not really comparable like-for-like (given that you said "£2k more" - I would assume you are referring to a base-spec Sandero).

Sandero is correct depends on what you want your car for and if you require all the bells and whistles
#14
moneysm
m5rcc
moneysm
m5rcc
moneysm
Not sure you understand the principle of depreciation.
Erm, I do. I do very clearly. If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it appreciates, own it.
Why would I want to buy a dearer Daihatsu (if such things exist given they havn't sold a car in Europe for almost four years) for it to depreciate at a steeper rate?
Better to get a lease where the total value of the lease is less than the depreciation of the car should you have bought it.
I meant to get a Dacia, not a Daihatsu
Not really comparable like-for-like (given that you said "£2k more" - I would assume you are referring to a base-spec Sandero).
Sandero is correct depends on what you want your car for and if you require all the bells and whistles
You really don't know a lot about cars, do you. ;)
#15
Newbold
moneysm
m5rcc
moneysm
m5rcc
moneysm
Not sure you understand the principle of depreciation.
Erm, I do. I do very clearly. If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it appreciates, own it.
Why would I want to buy a dearer Daihatsu (if such things exist given they havn't sold a car in Europe for almost four years) for it to depreciate at a steeper rate?
Better to get a lease where the total value of the lease is less than the depreciation of the car should you have bought it.
I meant to get a Dacia, not a Daihatsu
Not really comparable like-for-like (given that you said "£2k more" - I would assume you are referring to a base-spec Sandero).
Sandero is correct depends on what you want your car for and if you require all the bells and whistles
You really don't know a lot about cars, do you. ;)
Maybe :-P
#16
moneysm
Maybe :-P

Definitely.
#17
Be careful with fleet prices, some guys on here have been waiting 6+ months for their vehicles to arrive

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