Vauxhall Astra 1.4t 150 Elite Nav Lease 6+23 10k fully maintained £5328.46 @ Jet Vehicle Finance - HotUKDeals
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Vauxhall Astra 1.4t 150 Elite Nav Lease 6+23 10k fully maintained £5,328.46 @ Jet Vehicle Finance

£5328.46 @ Jet Vehicle Finance
Top Spec Astra 1.4 150hp 5 door - leather, heated front and back seats, sat nav, one star, fully maintained 178,76 X 23 payments 6 months down £145 fee inc vat Various other deals - free metal…
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5d, 4h agoFound 5 days, 4 hours ago
Top Spec Astra 1.4 150hp 5 door - leather, heated front and back seats, sat nav, one star, fully maintained

178,76 X 23 payments
6 months down
£145 fee inc vat

Various other deals - free metallic paint on 3 colours ( black definitely one of them)
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#1
cold... I currently pay 160 a month for a 1.6D astra Sri Nav fully maintained.10K pa and 6 months down
#2
calumk123
cold... I currently pay 160 a month for a 1.6D astra Sri Nav fully maintained.10K pa and 6 months down


​Who with please. Sounds like a solid deal
3 Likes #3
I suppose leasing one is cheaper, since if you come to sell one in two years (that you've bought outright) you'd lose a lot more than £5328 out of the £22000 price tag
#4
nathan3007
I suppose leasing one is cheaper, since if you come to sell one in two years (that you've bought outright) you'd lose a lot more than £5328 out of the £22000 price tag

I think the Astra is a decent car and have a lot going through our office! You would never pay £22K for this, its probably an £18K at any dealer.

Most Vauxhalls are best had used, this a year old (with the 6 speed auto a bonus) would probably be a nice runner for 5 years for a family. Cheap to service, few problems and no major work required in that period for the service stamp make this a sweet used buy.

But would you lease one? At this price I think you could get something with a better badge for the monthly payment.

Edited By: groenleader on Feb 16, 2017 21:18
1 Like #5
groenleader
nathan3007
I suppose leasing one is cheaper, since if you come to sell one in two years (that you've bought outright) you'd lose a lot more than £5328 out of the £22000 price tag

I think the Astra is a decent car and have a lot going through our office! You would never pay £22K for this, its probably an £18K at any dealer.

Most Vauxhalls are best had used, this a year old (with the 6 speed auto a bonus) would probably be a nice runner for 5 years for a family. Cheap to service, few problems and no major work required in that period for the service stamp make this a sweet used buy.

But would you lease one? At this price I think you could get something with a better badge for the monthly payment.


U.K. Made. Give me this over your bog standard, dull as ditchwater Germ-obiles.
#6
118luke
groenleader
nathan3007
I suppose leasing one is cheaper, since if you come to sell one in two years (that you've bought outright) you'd lose a lot more than £5328 out of the £22000 price tag
I think the Astra is a decent car and have a lot going through our office! You would never pay £22K for this, its probably an £18K at any dealer.
Most Vauxhalls are best had used, this a year old (with the 6 speed auto a bonus) would probably be a nice runner for 5 years for a family. Cheap to service, few problems and no major work required in that period for the service stamp make this a sweet used buy.
But would you lease one? At this price I think you could get something with a better badge for the monthly payment.
U.K. Made. Give me this over your bog standard, dull as ditchwater Germ-obiles.


118luke
groenleader
nathan3007
I suppose leasing one is cheaper, since if you come to sell one in two years (that you've bought outright) you'd lose a lot more than £5328 out of the £22000 price tag
I think the Astra is a decent car and have a lot going through our office! You would never pay £22K for this, its probably an £18K at any dealer.
Most Vauxhalls are best had used, this a year old (with the 6 speed auto a bonus) would probably be a nice runner for 5 years for a family. Cheap to service, few problems and no major work required in that period for the service stamp make this a sweet used buy.
But would you lease one? At this price I think you could get something with a better badge for the monthly payment.
U.K. Made. Give me this over your bog standard, dull as ditchwater Germ-obiles.
Nothing wrong with an Astra, but they are just as bog standard and dull as their competitors.
#7
It's a Vauxhall, which means on HUKD it will be voted cold... its like the iPhone of cars !
#8
calumk123
cold... I currently pay 160 a month for a 1.6D astra Sri Nav fully maintained.10K pa and 6 months down
With metallic paint? How much was Admin fee? Apples for apples please. Elite Sat nav is dearer model so I can get an Astra for less too if it's not the same model. I vote you cold.
#9
packard
It's a Vauxhall, which means on HUKD it will be voted cold... its like the iPhone of cars !

Frustrating thing is, Slap an Audi, Merc or BMW badge on it and it will automatically become the best car on the road.
I look down on people who have to rely on imported cars instead of supporting their own country's manufacturing base. Not exactly like we're short on cars to choose from either, plenty of UK made cars to choose from (albeit all are foreign owned). One of the factors in my last new car purchase was where it was built (Halewood).
#10
packard
It's a Vauxhall, which means on HUKD it will be voted cold... its like the iPhone of cars !


​It's no iPhone, more like Sagem.
#11
packard
It's a Vauxhall, which means on HUKD it will be voted cold... its like the iPhone of cars !
Wait until it becomes a Citroen Astra.
#12
118luke
U.K. Made. Give me this over your bog standard, dull as ditchwater Germ-obiles.

Made in UK. Designed in Germany and the Opel equivalents made in Poland.
#13
And this is a really poor deal.

You can get it for more than £24/net/mth cheaper here.
#14
packard
It's a Vauxhall, which means on HUKD it will be voted cold... its like the iPhone of cars !

Wrong. It's just a poor deal.
#15
118luke
I look down on people who have to rely on imported cars instead of supporting their own country's manufacturing base. Not exactly like we're short on cars to choose from either, plenty of UK made cars to choose from (albeit all are foreign owned). One of the factors in my last new car purchase was where it was built (Halewood).

You do realise where most of the components of the Astra K come from, right? And besides, Vauxhall have quietly dropped the "Made In Britain" bit from it's publicity as a lot of cars for the UK market are coming from Poland, including this one. I believe all Astra Sports Tourers are built in the UK though.
#16
m5rcc
118luke
I look down on people who have to rely on imported cars instead of supporting their own country's manufacturing base. Not exactly like we're short on cars to choose from either, plenty of UK made cars to choose from (albeit all are foreign owned). One of the factors in my last new car purchase was where it was built (Halewood).
You do realise where most of the components of the Astra K come from, right? And besides, Vauxhall have quietly dropped the "Made In Britain" bit from it's publicity as a lot of cars for the UK market are coming from Poland, including this one. I believe all Astra Sports Tourers are built in the UK though.
Sports tourers AND HATCHBACKS are built in Britain....."Made in Britain" because they are....I work there....Poland do make hatchbacks also...
#17
vauxmik
Sports tourers AND HATCHBACKS are built in Britain....."Made in Britain" because they are....I work there....Poland do make hatchbacks also...

You misread what I wrote. I wrote a lot of cars for the UK market are coming from Poland, i.e. the UK factory is NOT exclusively making cars for the UK.
#18
taylope1
calumk123
cold... I currently pay 160 a month for a 1.6D astra Sri Nav fully maintained.10K pa and 6 months down
With metallic paint? How much was Admin fee? Apples for apples please. Elite Sat nav is dearer model so I can get an Astra for less too if it's not the same model. I vote you cold.


​not metallic paint. can't remember admin fee if there even was one at all. ordered from jet vehicle finance about a year ago.
1 Like #19
m5rcc
And this is a really poor deal.
You can get it for more than £24/net/mth cheaper here.[/quo
[quote=m5rcc]And this is a really poor deal.
You can get it for more than £24/net/mth cheaper here.
Dont waste peoples time putting in a link to the same site but with less miles and then claiming its cheaper. Not too smart......and I'm being generous.
1 Like #20
taylope1
Dont waste peoples time putting in a link to the same site but with less miles and then claiming its cheaper. Not too smart......and I'm being generous.

But it is cheaper, dear...

https://s14.postimg.org/cth3kognl/Capture.jpg

https://s1.postimg.org/6gvm369rz/Capture2.jpg

Perhaps you should refrain from trying to act smart...
1 Like #21
m5rcc
taylope1
Dont waste peoples time putting in a link to the same site but with less miles and then claiming its cheaper. Not too smart......and I'm being generous.
But it is cheaper, dear...https://s14.postimg.org/cth3kognl/Capture.jpghttps://s1.postimg.org/6gvm369rz/Capture2.jpg
Perhaps you should refrain from trying to act smart...
Not acting smart , just am smarter. Your quote is without maintenance.


Edited By: taylope1 on Feb 17, 2017 21:50
#22
taylope1
Not acting smart , just am smarter. Your quote is without maintenance.

Smarter? Then explain please the following:

Why the hell would I want to pay £422.13 extra over the term to pay for the one service I need over 24 months, which would cost, at a main Vauxhall dealer, at most, £200?
#23
You are obviously confused. The debate about maintenance or not is a personal choice about risk mitigation. If you need 4 tyres in 20k then all of a sudden it's not a bad investment plus peace of mind of course. Where you are confused is posting a deal that is not a comparison against this one. Maybe your non-comparisons come from experiences in the gents ?
#24
taylope1
You are obviously confused. The debate about maintenance or not is a personal choice about risk mitigation. If you need 4 tyres in 20k then all of a sudden it's not a bad investment plus peace of mind of course.


No confusion whatsoever. Why would you need a set of tyres after 20k miles? Unless you are driving the car like a complete lunatic and racing off the lights, there is no need for a new set. And even if you needed a new set, you'd be able to source a set and have the required one service for less than £422.13

taylope1
Where you are confused is posting a deal that is not a comparison against this one. Maybe your non-comparisons come from experiences in the gents ?

I believe that to be your problem, where you believe this to be a good deal and getting upset when some corrects you with factual information. I would not pay a premium of £422.13 to have maintenance. It's a valid comparison to show.
#25
Factual information is that my quote contains maintenance and yours does not (why is this so hard for you to comprehend?). So you have a problem dealing with the fact that I am right. You appear to be disappearing up your own orifice don't you ! No doubt this is a frequent occurrence. I am upset, you are right, but not because I have been corrected by factual information but instead with fictional information. If someone puts up a deal on here for a yacht and you counter it with a lower price for a canoe then this website has no purpose any more. Pease go and find me a lower deal for this car with maintenance and remove any personal preferences from the debate. Can you do that? No, of course not.
1 Like #26
taylope1
Factual information is that my quote contains maintenance and yours does not (why is this so hard for you to comprehend?).

I know my quote doesn't for the simple reason that one service does NOT cost £422.13

taylope1
So you have a problem dealing with the fact that I am right.

No I have a problem that you believe your deal is amazing. Surely the sub-zero temperature proves as much?

taylope1
You appear to be disappearing up your own orifice don't you ! No doubt this is a frequent occurrence.

Do you feel that you need to insult people to get your point across?

taylope1
I am upset, you are right, but not because I have been corrected by factual information but instead with fictional information.

Please tell me what is fictional? Enlighten me...

taylope1
If someone puts up a deal on here for a yacht and you counter it with a lower price for a canoe then this website has no purpose any more.

But I've put the same car, dear.

taylope1
Pease go and find me a lower deal for this car with maintenance and remove any personal preferences from the debate. Can you do that? No, of course not.

It's please.

I don't need to provide a car with a maintenance option. You still refuse to accept that paying £422.13 extra for such an option is beyond extortion
#27
You obviously have a lot of spare time so make it count and find the same deal with the same options for less. You have avoided this completely and simply stated once again that the maintenance is too much....avoiding the facts. You are assuming only 1 service in 2 years and no other costs....good luck with that. I am not a gambler so £20 quid a month is a cheap price to pay. BTW, fictional because your faux argument is based not on facts. It may be sub-zero but that worries me not. I know that on HKUD people vote based on the make/model etc not the deal. Then you get these people that troll the boards looking to tell everyone the deal is bad based on either prejudices or bad data. You fall into the latter.
#28
taylope1
You obviously have a lot of spare time so make it count and find the same deal with the same options for less. You have avoided this completely and simply stated once again that the maintenance is too much....avoiding the facts. You are assuming only 1 service in 2 years and no other costs....good luck with that.


Given that I have been leasing for over a decade and have had both 18, 24 and 36 month term leases, I know that all I would need to comply with my lease agreement is one service in a 24-month term lease. Why would I need more than one? Should I do the two year service when I hand back the car? No...

taylope1
I am not a gambler so £20 quid a month is a cheap price to pay. BTW, fictional because your faux argument is based not on facts.


Please refer to the Vauxhall homepage where it states the following:

https://s22.postimg.org/oqesa1s1d/Capture.jpg

taylope1
It may be sub-zero but that worries me not. I know that on HKUD people vote based on the make/model etc not the deal.


Partially correct. Unfortunately in your case, this deal is sub-zero because it's a poor value deal, demonstrated ironically by another Astra deal and the one I posted above. Smart people would realise that they would be better off going for the non-maintenance option.

taylope1
Then you get these people that troll the boards looking to tell everyone the deal is bad based on either prejudices or bad data. You fall into the latter.

Would that be the same people as yourself who has gone to my latest post to state it is a bad deal, despite posting an offer which is almost double the price?
#29
But it's cheaper dear hahahahaha
#30
taylope1
But it's cheaper dear hahahahaha

Add difficulty in mathematics to your repertoire..
#31
m5rcc
taylope1
But it's cheaper dear hahahahaha
Add difficulty in mathematics to your repertoire..
Add difficulty in being wrong to yours......I own you :-)
#32
taylope1
Add difficulty in being wrong to yours......I own you :-)

Again - I'm not wrong and you have not proven that I am wrong because you continue to avoid answering to all the factual points I have made.

Do try harder. Maybe one day, you'll get there...
#33
You avoided the fact that adding maintenance is a personal choice and that sharing a deal without maintenance is not like for like...so in short you try harder and even if you do you will fail....as you have proved already. You are the weakest link.....goodbye.

Edited By: taylope1 on Feb 21, 2017 12:42
#34
I've got a new Astra, 1.4 turbo SRi leased through Jet. When I test drive it, I loved it, I still love it, nice power, comfortable, Apple CarPlay, enough toys, however there are two things that I've discovered and heard about;
1) After 1500 miles, my front suspension is creaking horribly. If the radio is turned up (which it always is for me!) then it's fine, but once turned down, I hate it...
2) Reading the forums (astrakforums.co.uk), after 6000+, the engine develops a major fault. The turbo begins to splutter around 3000rpm, that's the beginning of the end. Then you take it to Vauxhall for a compression test. Cylinder one is not compressing well, then the piston cracks and shreds in the engine.
#35
Johnnyboy360
I've got a new Astra, 1.4 turbo SRi leased through Jet. When I test drive it, I loved it, I still love it, nice power, comfortable, Apple CarPlay, enough toys, however there are two things that I've discovered and heard about;
1) After 1500 miles, my front suspension is creaking horribly. If the radio is turned up (which it always is for me!) then it's fine, but once turned down, I hate it...
2) Reading the forums (astrakforums.co.uk), after 6000+, the engine develops a major fault. The turbo begins to splutter around 3000rpm, that's the beginning of the end. Then you take it to Vauxhall for a compression test. Cylinder one is not compressing well, then the piston cracks and shreds in the engine.
Good to know. Thankfully with maintenance these issues will never be my issue. Assume some kind of recall will be forthcoming?

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