Toyota Auris 1.4 D-4D Active 5Dr 24Month Lease £3479.71 inc VAT @ leasingoptions - HotUKDeals
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Toyota Auris 1.4 D-4D Active 5Dr 24Month Lease £3,479.71 inc VAT @ leasingoptions

£3479.71 @ Leasing Options
TOYOTA AURIS DIESEL HATCHBACK 1.4 D-4D Active 5dr 10,000 miles per annum £119.99 inc.VAT per month. Initial Rental: £719.94 inc.VAT Works out at £3479.71 inc VAT over the 2 Years (£14…
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TOYOTA AURIS DIESEL HATCHBACK
1.4 D-4D Active 5dr

10,000 miles per annum

£119.99
inc.VAT per month.

Initial Rental:
£719.94 inc.VAT

Works out at £3479.71 inc VAT over the 2 Years (£144.98 a month). Which for a car its size seems like a pretty good deal.

£180 Administration fee.
- mistermoneysaver
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#1
That's really very good if the deal offers a reasonable annual mileage allowance. At least 7500, preferably 10000.
#2
I should have added that to original post sorry. I'm not an expert is these kind of deals but when you click on personalize deal it seems this price is for 10,000 miles per annum.

Edited By: rojones1982 on Dec 11, 2014 10:47: Spelling
#3
that is a great deal, heat added
#4
Good deal. Although with the size of the car would a 1.4 not be quite thrashy?
Good MPGs though by the looks of it.
#5
OP I think it works out cheaper than what you've suggested.
It's a 6+23 deal
6 x £119.99 = £719.94
23 x £119.99 = £2759.77
Total £3,479.71
Average £144.98 a month.

Stonking deal for a small family car.

Edited By: oddballjamie on Dec 11, 2014 09:51
#6
Equivalent to £150 per month or 18p per mile (pure lease cost) over the two years.

As above though, I wonder what the 1.4 engine would be like in this size car.

Edited By: morpheus on Dec 11, 2014 09:54
#8
very good price for a diesel and a toyota! worry free driving
#9
Zardoz
Good deal. Although with the size of the car would a 1.4 not be quite thrashy?
Good MPGs though by the looks of it.

The engine is a modern diesel and offers 205NM of torque, so very reasonable for normal road driving in this size of car.
#10
rojones1982
I should have added that to original post sorry. I'm not expert is these kind of deals but when you click on personalise deal it seems this price is for 10,000 miles per annum.

In that case it's a really excellent deal.
I think if that was the right car for me I would not hesitate.
#11
I had ordered an aygo on a similar offer but when you get to it they pulled it due to a price error which this looks like. 169pm on 3 years but only 119pm on 2 years. Also found they have limited stock. But hey give it a go
#12
oddballjamie
OP I think it works out cheaper than what you've suggested.
It's a 6+23 deal
6 x £119.99 = £719.94
23 x £119.99 = £2759.77
Total £3,479.71
Average £144.98 a month.

Stonking deal for a small family car.

Thanks. Updated main post to correct my earlier mistake.

Edited By: rojones1982 on Dec 11, 2014 10:47
#13
180 admin fee on top too. Really tempted,
#14
mistermoneysaver
180 admin fee on top too. Really tempted,

I'm trying not to look on the site as they have a 5dr 125D for £216 a month.

MUST RESIST!
#15
Lol!
#16
Love toyotas, great cars
#17
woop woop!! heat
#18
Have some heat OP, that's a great deal
#19
morpheus
Equivalent to £150 per month or 18p per mile (pure lease cost) over the two years.

As above though, I wonder what the 1.4 engine would be like in this size car.

i have this car, and its pretty decent for a 1.4 to be honest and can be quick when you want it to be :P
1 Like #20
Very very good deal - heat added, nice find OP.

Now cue all the stupid lease questions....
#21
Same deal for business users too by the looks.
#22
Can you put a private reg plate on a lease car?
#23
pKaTz
Can you put a private reg plate on a lease car?

Depends on the company so you'd have to ask first.
#24
You can buy this for £12874 cash through drivethedeal, 'what car' has the residual value at £8874 after 2 years, so the difference is exactly £4000!
After taking into account the admin fee the difference is less than £400
Looks like a grandad car to me so I reckon a grandad would give you good money for this after 2 years :p
EDit: weird, the post missed half my comments initially, spooky, just like the exact £4000 difference oO

Edited By: justanotherpunter on Dec 11, 2014 14:22
#25
justanotherpunter
You can buy this for £12874 cash through drivethedeal, 'what car' has the residual value at £8874 after 2 years, so the difference is exactly £4000!

Isn't that a personalised offer? And do you have to get in on finance which I bet isn't 0%?
#27
barbiegirl
Very very good deal - heat added, nice find OP.

Now cue all the stupid lease questions....

Does the price include insurance?
#28
morpheus
Equivalent to £150 per month or 18p per mile (pure lease cost) over the two years.

As above though, I wonder what the 1.4 engine would be like in this size car.

Had a drive in one of these, 1.4 D-4D and it was sluggish for my liking, however the MPGs more than make up for it
#29
I've currently got one as a hire car (1 month in) and am not particularly impressed - I had a 308 before, (for 2 months) which in terms of materials and build quality was so much better. But like others say, this is a good deal for a family car.
1 Like #30
yrreb88
justanotherpunter
You can buy this for £12874 cash through drivethedeal, 'what car' has the residual value at £8874 after 2 years, so the difference is exactly £4000!

Isn't that a personalised offer? And do you have to get in on finance which I bet isn't 0%?
Toyota are doing a £750 contribution and 0% finance. If you went and asked for one of these on Christmas Eve you'd get a MEGA deal
Alternatively take out a Tesco loan. A lease is just like a loan in any case, except you get nowt at the end...

Edited By: justanotherpunter on Dec 11, 2014 14:26
#31
I think it's about time the aged old debate of leasing vs buying begins. Don't you?
1 Like #32
TheHoss
I think it's about time the aged old debate of leasing vs buying begins. Don't you?
It's a bit more complicated than that, it's the latest finance 'sub-prime' scam
Quote 'in the USA number of auto loans made to borrowers with credit scores below 660 has nearly doubled since 2009' 8)

Edited By: justanotherpunter on Dec 11, 2014 14:38
1 Like #33
mossy3
barbiegirl
Very very good deal - heat added, nice find OP.

Now cue all the stupid lease questions....

Does the price include insurance?

of course not
will you be asking for fuel too?

Edited By: Aadilp789 on Dec 11, 2014 14:41
1 Like #34
justanotherpunter
yrreb88
justanotherpunter
You can buy this for £12874 cash through drivethedeal, 'what car' has the residual value at £8874 after 2 years, so the difference is exactly £4000!

Isn't that a personalised offer? And do you have to get in on finance which I bet isn't 0%?
Toyota are doing a £750 contribution and 0% finance. If you went and asked for one of these on Christmas Eve you'd get a MEGA deal
Alternatively take out a Tesco loan. A lease is just like a loan in any case, except you get nowt at the end...

Ah cool, so after two years i can just send the car to Tesco to pay off the balance?

A lease deal is nothing like a loan. What a pointless comment.
#35
justanotherpunter
yrreb88
justanotherpunter
You can buy this for £12874 cash through drivethedeal, 'what car' has the residual value at £8874 after 2 years, so the difference is exactly £4000!

Isn't that a personalised offer? And do you have to get in on finance which I bet isn't 0%?
Toyota are doing a £750 contribution and 0% finance. If you went and asked for one of these on Christmas Eve you'd get a MEGA deal
Alternatively take out a Tesco loan. A lease is just like a loan in any case, except you get nowt at the end...

So instead of leasing a car for 4k you want peoplel to take out finance or a loan for 12k on a deal that may or may not be available?

Some people just want to or are only able to lease cars lol.
1 Like #36
monogram

A lease deal is nothing like a loan.
They're both debts.....I bet you have lots of that :p
#37
barbiegirl
Very very good deal - heat added, nice find OP.

Now cue all the stupid lease questions....

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BARBIE GIRL - agreed with all of the above!! excellent deal for those who have the intelligence to understand!!
#38
To save anyone the bother i have copied this from one of the other threads...
'Dont know why anyone would lease, its money down the drain. My 15 year old Focus with 2250000 miles on it doesnt cost me a penny to run......cold from me'

ok i might have modified that slightly ;-D

Cracking lease deal, mega cheap for worry free motoring.
#39
yrreb88
justanotherpunter
You can buy this for £12874 cash through drivethedeal, 'what car' has the residual value at £8874 after 2 years, so the difference is exactly £4000!

Isn't that a personalised offer? And do you have to get in on finance which I bet isn't 0%?
So you spend £500 more if you bought and sold the car?
#40
The comments on these lease deals are marginally more ridiculous than on Apple deal. I wonder how they all manage to come out and comment en masse on the same thread.

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