Vauxhall Astra 1.4 (150PS) Elite 2 yr personal lease 10k miles/pa - 23 months @ £149.51 + deposit £897.07 (inc VAT) - Total deal price = £4335.80 @ JET - HotUKDeals
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Vauxhall Astra 1.4 (150PS) Elite 2 yr personal lease 10k miles/pa - 23 months @ £149.51 + deposit £897.07 (inc VAT) - Total deal price = £4,335.80 @ JET

£4335.80 @ Jet Vehicle Finance
Found this outstanding lease deal for a top spec Astra Elite, 1.4 turbo petrol. Total price over 2 years - £4335.80 Full spec from Vauxhall's website: 17-inch multispoke alloy wheels Front f…
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
Found this outstanding lease deal for a top spec Astra Elite, 1.4 turbo petrol.

Total price over 2 years - £4335.80

Full spec from Vauxhall's website:

17-inch multispoke alloy wheels
Front fog lights
Heated leather-covered steering wheel
Leather seat trim
Ergonomic sports front seats
Heated front and rear seats
Adjustable front armrest
Storage pockets on front seat backs
Six premium speakers
Front sill plates
Two rear USB charging-points
Electronic dual zone climate control
Rain-sensitive windscreen wipers
Automatic lighting control with tunnel detection
Automatic anti-dazzle rear-view mirror
Electrically folding door mirrors
Electric parking brake
OnStar your personal connectivity and service assistant
Remote control alarm system
Rear spoiler
Chrome-effect upper window trim
Steering column adjustable for reach and rake
Steering wheel-mounted audio controls
R4.0 IntelliLink system:
- IntelliLink smartphone projection
- 7-inch colour touch-screen
- AM/FM/DAB digital radio
- Bluetooth® audio streaming
- Bluetooth® mobile phone portal
- USB connection
Cruise control with speed limiter
Multi-function trip computer
Electrically operated front and rear windows
Remote control central locking
Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) and Antilock Braking System (ABS)
Hill start assist
Driver’s and front passenger’s airbags
Front seat side-impact airbags
Full-size curtain airbags
Tyre pressure monitoring system
ISOFIX child seat restraint system for outer rear seats
Seatbelt pre-tensioners for front and outer rear seats
Height-adjustable front and rear seat head restraints
Electronic engine deadlock immobiliser
Door-to-door illumination
LED daytime running lights
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1 Like #1
This deal has one major thing going for it. At least it isn't a Corsa.
#2
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1 Like #3
michaelgell
mileage

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1 Like #4
deeky
michaelgell
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10,000/pa - added to title!
3 Likes #5
I ordered one of these last time this was posted...didn't test drive it before hand :O.
Turned out to be a great car. Yes it's a Vauxhall, but has everything you can think of on it and drives really well. Highly recommended and for a lease no worries on any long term issues!
1 Like #6
phou90
deeky
michaelgell
mileage
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10,000/pa - added to title!

Thanks, although I was just explaining to michaelgell how to find out as he appeared to be stuck.
3 Likes #7
I've got an astra 1.4 turbo elite on an earlier posted lease deal and just wanted to add that its a great car, loaded with goodies and the engine picks up well when pushed

Edited By: grayslick on Jan 15, 2017 21:57
1 Like #8
this or the scirocco deal?
2 Likes #9
Is this the fastest car you can get for this price? 0-60 in 7,8 secs!!
Pity it's a manual, or I'd be interested for the wife... Never any decent auto lease deals!
#10
Top spec yet parking sensors not included? I thought this is pretty much a standard in a higher trims now. Fuel economy is surprasingly poor. I got an SRi version of this car back in September, fortunately on a 12 month deal only, and I can't wait to give it back.
#11
Surely this is a stonking deal? A lot of car for the money, tempted
1 Like #12
is it just me or when you click get quote the prices all change to much less?
1 Like #13
paza12
this or the scirocco deal?
This
#14
Vauxhall are so appallingly awful to deal with as a company. My Corsa has just been recalled (once again!) and I've been told I have to wait around the dealership for 7-8 hours whilst my car is repaired, or take the day unpaid, or whatever else, which is a total inconvenience to me, as they cannot provide me with a courtesy car or anything along those lines! Total and utter joke. Spoke to someone who supposedly works in their HQ, and she was so unbelievably rude. Horrendous company, would never, ever buy/lease a Vauxhall ever again! PS: not looking for a debate, merely just giving some honest feedback about this shabby company.
1 Like #15
After 2 years is their an option to keep it? Couldn't find anything
1 Like #16
No. It's a lease. You hand it back.
1 Like #17
Not for me but no denying it's a lot of car for the money. Voted hot!
3 Likes #18
I got this last year accept it was the elite Nav model which has a nice big screen. Well worth the money. Heated seats, heated steering wheel, WiFi, cruise control, auto lights and wipers etc.

Those that moan about parking sensors should just learn to park?
#19
no a great car but can't complain for the price
#20
pawciog
Top spec yet parking sensors not included? I thought this is pretty much a standard in a higher trims now. Fuel economy is surprasingly poor. I got an SRi version of this car back in September, fortunately on a 12 month deal only, and I can't wait to give it back.

Maybe they think people wanting to lease or buy a car have actually learnt to drive, and park?
1 Like #21
ScorchingHot
Vauxhall are so appallingly awful to deal with as a company. My Corsa has just been recalled (once again!) and I've been told I have to wait around the dealership for 7-8 hours whilst my car is repaired, or take the day unpaid, or whatever else, which is a total inconvenience to me, as they cannot provide me with a courtesy car or anything along those lines! Total and utter joke. Spoke to someone who supposedly works in their HQ, and she was so unbelievably rude. Horrendous company, would never, ever buy/lease a Vauxhall ever again! PS: not looking for a debate, merely just giving some honest feedback about this shabby company.


​wow, I have a Peugeot and audi and both give me courtesy cars foc. last time I wax at Peugeot I got a new 2008m pretty terrible though and my 12 year old 307 seemed a better car. with audi I've had an a5, a3, a1, q5, q3
#22
if they want to recall your car they should provide you a minimum of a basic courtesy car. providing nothing is inexcusable
#23
ScorchingHot
Vauxhall are so appallingly awful to deal with as a company. My Corsa has just been recalled (once again!) and I've been told I have to wait around the dealership for 7-8 hours whilst my car is repaired, or take the day unpaid, or whatever else, which is a total inconvenience to me, as they cannot provide me with a courtesy car or anything along those lines! Total and utter joke. Spoke to someone who supposedly works in their HQ, and she was so unbelievably rude. Horrendous company, would never, ever buy/lease a Vauxhall ever again! PS: not looking for a debate, merely just giving some honest feedback about this shabby company.


Yep I have to agree. Poor cars poor company. A few years ago we had Insignia VXR'S for work. All required new clutches within about 6 months. Vauxhall said it was the way we drove them despite the fact we had been driving Volvos and Evos in the same manner previously and with no such issues. Eventually someone found that the clutch in the 340bhp VXR was the same as in a 150bhp model. Apparently too much power to that type of clutch. Fast car but cheap components in that instance. I'll never touch them.
1 Like #24
Vauxhall..........why would you?
1 Like #25
...because it's a really nice place to spend the daily commute for 2 years for just ~4.5k!? Go look at the interior of a Ford Focus and compare! http://www.pentagon-group.co.uk/images/mce/Vauxhall%20Astra%20interior.jpg


...the engine is a peach too! Plenty of power for a daily, sensible car. As I've already mentioned it's specced up very very well too...

Edited By: wrcallar on Jan 16, 2017 02:05: embedded picture didn't want to work
1 Like #26
Vauxhall have built a good car in this Astra. Still wouldn't have one. It's better than the Focus mainly because this is 18 months old whereas the Focus is basically 6 years old and replaced next year.
2 Likes #27
Northerndave
Vauxhall..........why would you?

Because you're supporting your country's manufacturing industry. That's reason enough!
#28
How is it a deal if u can get a loan and pay interest lower than this lease??
1 Like #29
nickmite9
How is it a deal if u can get a loan and pay interest lower than this lease??

It's a deal if the lease cost is less than or close to the depreciation you could expect to suffer if you bought the car outright over two years. I'd be very surprised if you suffered depreciation of less than £4.3k so it's a deal.

A lease deal is a good deal if the cost is less than the amount of depreciation you'd expect to suffer. Loan rates are irrelevant.
#30
pawciog
Top spec yet parking sensors not included? I thought this is pretty much a standard in a higher trims now. Fuel economy is surprasingly poor. I got an SRi version of this car back in September, fortunately on a 12 month deal only, and I can't wait to give it back.
Cynical reason, you're more likely to bash it. That way there are fees when you return it, boosting the leasing agents profits.
#31
Can't understand why anyone would drive one of these fire bombs on wheels.Driven by done dealers and people who have no outlook on life.
#32
It says 8k mileage?
#33
nickmite9
How is it a deal if u can get a loan and pay interest lower than this lease??

If you buy it you are stuck with it after 2 years or lose out even more if you sell it.
#34
Incredible deal and amazing spec at this price. I'm looking for my next lease right now too.... but just can't bring myself to order a Vauxhall. :(

Voted hot
2 Likes #35
muckspreader1
Can't understand why anyone would drive one of these fire bombs on wheels.Driven by done dealers and people who have no outlook on life.
WTF????
#36
Got mine delivered in September. Although a nice car, the quoted MPG figures are miles off. The best mine has achieved on a run to london and back is 42mpg steady cruise control between 65-70mph. Around town i get anywhere between 25-31mpg. And its done around 4k miles.
#37
nice cars. a friend had one for a bit and I was very surprised how nice it was. still shame doesn't have sat nav though. parking sensors also a nicety but a small car so not an issue.
1 Like #38
honeymonster86
julieallen
pawciog
Top spec yet parking sensors not included? I thought this is pretty much a standard in a higher trims now. Fuel economy is surprasingly poor. I got an SRi version of this car back in September, fortunately on a 12 month deal only, and I can't wait to give it back.
Maybe they think people wanting to lease or buy a car have actually learnt to drive, and park?
Blah blah blah. If you've ever had a car with parking sensors you'll realise its an incredibly handy thing to have. Particularly if its a lease car as you'll be a bit paranoid about not knocking it.

Blah Blah Blah, been driving over 20 years, always managed to park without sensors and never knocked it, you know, because I can drive! Of course when i go out later I've set myself up to smash my bumper when parking now haven't I :D
#39
tee_tee
Got mine delivered in September. Although a nice car, the quoted MPG figures are miles off. The best mine has achieved on a run to london and back is 42mpg steady cruise control between 65-70mph. Around town i get anywhere between 25-31mpg. And its done around 4k miles.
I had been considering the 1.4t if I go with a Vauxhall but knowing that it's off the list. I currently get 52mpg 80% out of town driving in my 2.0cdti, think I'll stick with the diesel.
#40
This was a shock to me. I came from a 2.0tdi passat. That would average 55-60 mpg on a run. And 35-40mpg town driving. If you have a diesel with decent economy, moving to this will be a big reduction in fuel economy.

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