TFS Vehicle Leasing Deals & Sales for 2016 - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit

TFS Vehicle Leasing Deals & Discounts

2
995Expired

DS DS3 1.6 BlueHDi Elegance Hatchback Lease £89.84 per month (£135 combined) @ TFS Vehicle Leasing (Total £3234.88)

94
So - a lease deal. Marmite for some, great for others. ! If you want a lease deal ! I believe that this is a good price. If you don't, it's probably not. £89.84 incl VAT monthly rentals £808.…
Keithoms Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago94 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
fishmaster
kidrock123
fishmaster
kidrock123
not bad for a runabout
Sly comment, which categorises this car unfairly, this car could be used to travel up and down the country if required.
Citroen have dropped the name Citroen from DS branding since 2015 and are trying to create an upmarket brand. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DS_Automobiles
​umm not really, hardly a family car is it?
therefore i think a runabout is a fair categorisation for this motor. As for the 'upmarket' branding.....LoL X)

Yes hardly upmarket. The DS3 out of the DS range has the best reviews.


​kind of like the toyota lexus :p
Ross81
If you are getting a DS3 get a "Racing", same engine in my 208 and its crazy rapid but still does great mpg.

For £135? Where?!


Smartguy1
I had the old 90 bhp Poogeot engine. Yes, bottom end torque is good but 2 seconds later its run out of breath which can sometimes be a little disconcerting especially when you need it most, overtaking on a single carriageway.

You've just described every small capacity diesel engine in existence.
Smartguy1
MaximusRo
Smartguy1
Voted hot but it's only 100 bhp
Christ man, it's a diesel, it will have the same torque or more than the one of a 150bhp petrol engine, and for such a small car
I suggest you take one of each for a test drive. I had the old 90 bhp Poogeot engine. Yes, bottom end torque is good but 2 seconds later its run out of breath which can sometimes be a little disconcerting especially when you need it most, overtaking on a single carriageway. It was also noisy as Peugeot engines tend to be. If this has been a 1.6 petrol I would have gone for one and I am sorry you can't tell me anything about diesels as I have run nothing else for the last 15 years and soon to go back onto petrol thanks to the introduction of the manufacturers fail......dpf filters.
The DPFs where around for about 10 years now
MaximusRo
Smartguy1
Voted hot but it's only 100 bhp
Christ man, it's a diesel, it will have the same torque or more than the one of a 150bhp petrol engine, and for such a small car

I suggest you take one of each for a test drive. I had the old 90 bhp Poogeot engine. Yes, bottom end torque is good but 2 seconds later its run out of breath which can sometimes be a little disconcerting especially when you need it most, overtaking on a single carriageway. It was also noisy as Peugeot engines tend to be. If this has been a 1.6 petrol I would have gone for one and I am sorry you can't tell me anything about diesels as I have run nothing else for the last 15 years and soon to go back onto petrol thanks to the introduction of the manufacturers fail......dpf filters.
kidrock123
fishmaster
kidrock123
not bad for a runabout
Sly comment, which categorises this car unfairly, this car could be used to travel up and down the country if required.
Citroen have dropped the name Citroen from DS branding since 2015 and are trying to create an upmarket brand. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DS_Automobiles
​umm not really, hardly a family car is it?
therefore i think a runabout is a fair categorisation for this motor. As for the 'upmarket' branding.....LoL X)

Yes hardly upmarket. The DS3 out of the DS range has the best reviews.
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
420Expired

Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Feel 5dr 3+17 personal contract hire, £78.78 pm, £596.34 up front, 10k p/a = £1,935.60 TFS vechile leasing

54
So I saw this on TFS vechile leasing and I thought it was a pretty good deal. The initial payment is made up of £236.34 inc VAT initial rental and £360 processing fee. Then only £78.78 a month f…
Dewhurst93 Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago54 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
Jaspabt1
I do think young driver insurance needs to be rethought. maybe a refundable deposit along with a more realistic premium. they crash, deposit gone. No crash, deposit refunded.


​Thats good, yes. But if you think about it that's what happens. They just getting keep the deposit whatever the case ;)
LammyTheLamster
Comment
fishmaster
Dewhurst93
matrich1610
Does anyone know whether they'll do this for a 17 year old? It's cheaper than insuring them on my policy!

You will still have to insure it. Insurance for me is £700 a year quoted on this car and I am 22 with 1 years no claims. Insurance is always sky high for new super young drivers unfortunately


Fortunately you mean. There's a reason insurance costs are prohibitive for them to drive at that age as many are at a much greater risk of having an accident. I 100% agree they should pay very high insurance. Insurance cost is based on risk. Once you get to 25 the cost lowers considerably.


So theres no real reason to pass a driving test then? The test that says that they are competent enough to go on the road on their own? I have encountered many drivers of 'a more mature age' that are downright dangerous and need their licenses taken off them with immediate effect.

Just my opinion obviously...


​Rubbish. Just the same as a university graduate. You learn once you finish and you also do mistakes, which obviously increase the risk. Been there myself.
Dewhurst93
Y44SNN
Re above that included £100 off as i recommended a mate and he got the same deal but 10k miles for £105 a month. If any one else wants this let me know and I will forward you to the lady who got me the deal.
Sounds good. Could you foward me to her please? I am definitely interested!

Will PM you now
Y44SNN
Re above that included £100 off as i recommended a mate and he got the same deal but 10k miles for £105 a month. If any one else wants this let me know and I will forward you to the lady who got me the deal.
Sounds good. Could you foward me to her please? I am definitely interested!
adrianjowitt
Insurance should be doubled for under 25s so as to reduce premiums for us more experienced, safer older drivers
And how exactly did you end up being an older, safer and more experienced driver? I think older drivers forget that they were once young and new drivers who were trying to gain more experience on the roads... How are younger drivers supposed to gain that experience if non of them are able to actually get insured in the first place? Not all of us are terrible drivers
Voucher CodesShowHide
There are no results.