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Volvo S90 2.0D G4 auto, personal lease - 5k for 18mths for 299.28/mth £5,387.18 @ Vehicles for business

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Contract term : 18 months Rental profile : £2400 + 17 x £154.54 + fee £360 Annual mileage : 5000 Offer expires: 12th Jul 2017 ONE DAY REMAINING Top Speed: 140 mph Fuel Economy Combined: 64.2 mpg B… Read More
Contract term : 18 months Rental profile : £2400 + 17 x £154.54 + fee £360 Annual mileage : 5000 Offer expires: 12th Jul 2017 ONE DAY REMAINING Top Speed: 140 mph Fuel Economy Combined: 64.2 mpg B…
kimonoo Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago11 Comments
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m5rcc
What has that got to do with what I said?
Nowt. Clicked wrong button. Fixed
daveo78
m5rcc
Many people drive less than 5,000 miles per year.

If really want a diesel Volvo better to lease than buy... just search D4 EGR problems and 1000s of forum entries of replacements being done. My own car has just experienced it... a few months out of warranty... we shall see if Volvo bend to the "6 year fit-for-sale" argument when I take it in next week.

What has that got to do with what I said?
RadiantDuck
m5rcc
Many people drive less than 5,000 miles per year.
True, but I imagine not many people who get a company car. For example, where I work, if you do less than 7500 a year you don't qualify for a company car.

This is a personal deal, not a business one. Vehicles for Business are the supplier.
If really want a diesel Volvo better to lease than buy... just search D4 EGR problems and 1000s of forum entries of replacements being done. My own car has just experienced it... a few months out of warranty... we shall see if Volvo bend to the "6 year fit-for-sale" argument when I take it in next week.

Edited By: daveo78 on Jul 15, 2017 22:07: Edited from the official Android app
m5rcc
Many people drive less than 5,000 miles per year.
True, but I imagine not many people who get a company car. For example, where I work, if you do less than 7500 a year you don't qualify for a company car.
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Nissan Juke Lease Deal £111.18 a month Annual mileage 8000 - £3,917.76 total @ Vehicles for Business

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This looked like a good price on a new Juke over the next two years. I know lease deals are a bit hit and miss on here but though I would try it. I have a Qashqai from the same company and they ha… Read More
This looked like a good price on a new Juke over the next two years. I know lease deals are a bit hit and miss on here but though I would try it. I have a Qashqai from the same company and they ha…
NorwoodDeals Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago36 Comments
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HHUKD
SgtPepper
SgtPepper
Mr.No
LOL_is_stupid
Always check these brokers are registered with the BVRLA. It's all too easy to spin up a website, claim your a lease broker and pocket some deposits.
I had an issue with a company in the past and the BVRLA were useless. It's a voluntary organisation (that charge a fee) and they have zero power to do anything.
They main accreditation (which actually means something) is the FCA.
Not trying to nit-pick as you make a good point, but just in case anyone needs the advice you gave I think you mean FSA (Financial Services Authority) :)
Edit: Sorry, shows what I know. Turns out there is a Financial Conduct Authority too! You learn something every day!
The FCA effectively replaced the FSA.
Ah right, thanks. That's good to know for future reference.
Personally i would be very tempted just to crash this into a wall at 60mph just to improve the looks :( IF i had one.
ruc
Rusty82
stuellis
Hope you have better luck with the Duke than my work colleague, 3 engines in 9 months.


To be fair you could say that about most cars. Every model will have their lemons.


how? if it's the whole engine had to be replaced 3 times?


Every model, will have their lemons. Which means, that no manufacturer produces cars that are 100% faultless straight from the factory so it's entirely possible to buy any brand new car that will have endless problems because, it is a lemon. For example, this chaps colleague may have the only one of these in the entire world that has had to have three engines in nine months, does that mean every one will be the same? Answer being, no. That is just an example. My neighbour has this car and had zero problems. Doesn't mean they are all the same.
ruc
Rusty82
stuellis
Hope you have better luck with the Duke than my work colleague, 3 engines in 9 months.
To be fair you could say that about most cars. Every model will have their lemons.
how? if it's the whole engine had to be replaced 3 times?
Probably because these are built in Britain...
It seems this was a 'Joke' from nissan design team and nissan wanted to prove however ugly car they produce, there will be enough fools who will buy car from them to keep outgoing. they proved it.
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Citroen C1 flair £126.00 deposit £126 a month at vehiclesforbusiness.co.uk

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Looking for another lease now mine is coming to an end and came across this citroen C1. Used V4B before and was great. Its £126 deposit £126 a month 2 year contract plus there fee £360 for 10k miles a… Read More
Looking for another lease now mine is coming to an end and came across this citroen C1. Used V4B before and was great. Its £126 deposit £126 a month 2 year contract plus there fee £360 for 10k miles a…
Seanwinf Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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1 V4B Customer services manager, she should learn to use the mute function if she plans to chat to colleagues instead of assisting customers.

2 V4B Account manager, sales manager both implied I wouldn’t need to service the car, the car would tell me when it needed servicing (warning light). Not true, car needs to be serviced at 10,000 miles or within a year of when V4B first registered it!!! You’d have thought they’d pass on that little nugget….

Overall I wouldn’t use V4B again, but I would consider a longer lease term next time (I went with 1 year).
holidayinn
2 year lease term. Purchased similar deal ended Dec 16, no issues other than V4B customer service was pretty poor and advised wrongly re - car service, luckily Citroen were more helpful.

What were you wrongly advised?
Still no good c1 leases since the £99 a month one.
Have had a quick look and it can be had from a few companies for a similar price (within £30) in total although with a three month deposit. So if anyone has a specific issue with VFB, they can choose another.

Voted hot for the low deposit.

https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/personal/car-leasing/citroen/c1/

For those who want a comparison the Citroen website for PCP has the following costs for 36 months

Your Personalised Personal Contract Purchase Quote:
On the Road Price £12,035.00
36 Monthly Payments £207.07
Manufacturer Reward £675.00
Vehicle Selling Price £11,360.00
Customer Deposit £500.10
Roadside Assistance £120.00
Duration of Agreement 37
Amount of Credit £10,979.90
Total Charge for Credit £1,167.62
Optional Final Payment £4,693.00
Total Amount Payable £12,647.62
Fixed Rate of Interest 4.9% p.a.
APR 4.9% APR
Excess Mileage Charge 6.6ppm
Annual Mileage 10000
I didnt have any troubles with the customer service myself. Seems a cheap car for 2 for the spec.
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Citroen Space tourer £51/mth 18 months - £2400.00 Initial rental + 17 Rentals £3,267.00 personal lease @ Vehicles for business

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Just got an email about this deal and I know I am going to get alot of pain but it may be good for someone. Read More
Just got an email about this deal and I know I am going to get alot of pain but it may be good for someone.
Disco.Dave Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago17 Comments
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BagABargain78
m5rcc
BagABargain78
That's right. Is it really that hard to comprehend?
Yes, given I don't believe you...
As I said previously. You can choose to think what you think. Nothing to hide here and no reason for me to make anything up. Be a doubter. No one can control what you choose to think.

Despite time stamps proving otherwise... Just say you didn't see it.
m5rcc
BagABargain78
That's right. Is it really that hard to comprehend?

Yes, given I don't believe you...


As I said previously. You can choose to think what you think. Nothing to hide here and no reason for me to make anything up. Be a doubter. No one can control what you choose to think.
BagABargain78
That's right. Is it really that hard to comprehend?

Yes, given I don't believe you...
m5rcc
BagABargain78
m5rcc
BagABargain78
Ah. When I posted via the mobile app, your comment wasn't there I'm afraid
I doubt it as there was more than a five hour difference between my previous posting and your first post.
Feel free to doubt. I've no reason to make it up. Sometimes when I view a thread on here there are no messages to see. Then as soon as I've posted my comment, tens of comments become visible and mine is at the bottom of a long list of comments. But you're free to doubt if you wish.
Besides which, as stated above, I was referring to searching prior to posting a deal. So as to avoid duplicate deals within the two week timeframe as stipulated by the code of conduct. As far as I'm aware, it's not possible to search the comments section is it?

You are missing the point as there were only five previous posts to read, but you claim you didn't see a post posted five hours previous to yours...


That's right. Is it really that hard to comprehend?
BagABargain78
m5rcc
BagABargain78
Ah. When I posted via the mobile app, your comment wasn't there I'm afraid
I doubt it as there was more than a five hour difference between my previous posting and your first post.
Feel free to doubt. I've no reason to make it up. Sometimes when I view a thread on here there are no messages to see. Then as soon as I've posted my comment, tens of comments become visible and mine is at the bottom of a long list of comments. But you're free to doubt if you wish.
Besides which, as stated above, I was referring to searching prior to posting a deal. So as to avoid duplicate deals within the two week timeframe as stipulated by the code of conduct. As far as I'm aware, it's not possible to search the comments section is it?

You are missing the point as there were only five previous posts to read, but you claim you didn't see a post posted five hours previous to yours...
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Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI Sport 4dr lease deal: Total Rental £6,122.12 @ VFB

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Runs out tomorrow but 10000 miles on a £28000 car. 3+23 month deal. £360 admin fee. A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI Sport -£221.62 incl VAT monthly -£664.85 incl VAT initial rental - nathan3007 Read More
Runs out tomorrow but 10000 miles on a £28000 car. 3+23 month deal. £360 admin fee. A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI Sport -£221.62 incl VAT monthly -£664.85 incl VAT initial rental - nathan3007
chrishale10 Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago15 Comments
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chrishale10
m5rcc
Poor deal: sub £6k deals available aplenty
For this car. Please show me.

Here's one for example.
m5rcc
Poor deal: sub £6k deals available aplenty


For this car. Please show me.
Poor deal: sub £6k deals available aplenty
nathan3007
I've added the monthly cost and the initial rental to the description, if you post anymore vehicle leases maybe add that information (people tend to like to know :p ) and not just the total sum of the deal


Thanks. New to this stuff
boostii
The power, torque, economy and remapability is equivalent to a 2l diesel but you aren't blowing out all the harmful particulates. I dont know why the small turbocharged petrol engines aren't catching on outside the Volkswagen Audi Group ?? I have a version of this engine in my Golf and it's great.


I have the 1.2 in my Skoda which is better than the 1.6 I had in a3
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BMW 3 Series Saloon 318i Sport 4dr from V4B. £160.83 + VAT monthly rental £1,447.47 + VAT initial rental. 24 months £6,175.87 (inc VAT) @ Vehicles for business £6,175.87

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Business Contract Hire Contract term: 24 months Rental profile: 9 + 23 Annual mileage: 8000 1.5 litre Petrol Manual Possible £360 admin fee (although not specifically mentioned on the web-page)… Read More
Business Contract Hire Contract term: 24 months Rental profile: 9 + 23 Annual mileage: 8000 1.5 litre Petrol Manual Possible £360 admin fee (although not specifically mentioned on the web-page)…
gslgregory Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago15 Comments
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intrepid_almost
admpgk
Not a make model that I would go for as I'm led to believe their terrible to drive in bad weather (snow and ice)? Anyone confirm or advise to the contrary?
have had a couple of 3 series and a 5 series and yes they are terrible in ice and snow. Excellent otherwise.

Just out of interest was that with summer or winter tyres?
gslgregory
Looks like a good deal. BMW haters, just move on - no need to comment.

If I hadn't just started a lease deal I'd be all over this.

It works out at around £270/month, spreading the initial rental over the life of the lease.

£193.00 monthly rental inc. VAT. 9+23 months.


8000 miles for a business user, just not good enough for most of us.
Same engine as the F56 Mini Cooper.
Fairly rapid in that, gutless in a much heavier RWD car.
Total price is £6,535.87.

(I included the £360 admin fee in my sums...)

Edited By: ezzer72 on Jan 24, 2017 21:27: Admin fee comment
admpgk
Not a make model that I would go for as I'm led to believe their terrible to drive in bad weather (snow and ice)? Anyone confirm or advise to the contrary?


have had a couple of 3 series and a 5 series and yes they are terrible in ice and snow. Excellent otherwise.
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Fiat Tipo Hatchback 1.4 Easy Plus 5dr 2 year lease - £4,619.84 @ Vehicles for Business

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Processing fee :£360.00 Contract term :24 months Rental profile :9 + 23 Annual mileage :8000 23 monthly rentals of:£133.12 Initial rental:£1198.08 cheap 2 year lease Read More
Processing fee :£360.00 Contract term :24 months Rental profile :9 + 23 Annual mileage :8000 23 monthly rentals of:£133.12 Initial rental:£1198.08 cheap 2 year lease
learoy69 Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago12 Comments
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Looks like a jag.
I had a tipo as first car. It fell apart, exhaust, engine mounts, clutch, gear selectors, fuse box set on fire. Loved it, so crap it made every journey exciting as you didnt know if you'd make it home. Like a top gear challenge of old!
it goes back in 2 months I've had it 22months great car :(
umirza85
wolfs1
where'd you get the gla? Now that sounds interesting...
+1!
Same :)
wolfs1
where'd you get the gla? Now that sounds interesting...
+1!
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SEAT Ateca Estate 1.0 TSI Ecomotive S 5dr lease deal at vehiclesforbusiness £7,577.76

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a lease deal for anyone wanting something a little bit bigger Processing fee :£360.00 £164.20 incl VAT monthly rentals £1477.76 incl VAT initial rental Personal contract hire Contract term : 36 Read More
a lease deal for anyone wanting something a little bit bigger Processing fee :£360.00 £164.20 incl VAT monthly rentals £1477.76 incl VAT initial rental Personal contract hire Contract term : 36
learoy69 Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago6 Comments
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Looks like the prices of these have dropped. £4056 for 2 years (+ admin fee).

SEAT ATECA 1.0 115PS S
INITIAL RENTAL £2000+VAT
6,000 MILES PER ANNUM
23 RENTALS £59.99+VAT
PERSONAL £71.99 INCLUDING VAT

Or NO INITIAL RENTAL
24 straight rentals £149.99+VAT
FACTORY ORDER
Been looking at an Ateca 1.4 as my next lease car, found one of the Seat dealers I went to cheaper than online maybe worth a call direct to dealers plus no admin charges etc...
Toybhoy
A 1.0l for a mid-sized SUV. No thanks...
most suv are only used for school runs so why pollute the world with your v6.
unlike me who needs it to tow a caravan
A 1.0l for a mid-sized SUV. No thanks...
most reviews say this is the best suv on the road
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Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI Sport 4dr £113.16 p/m for 24 months + £3000 initial payment £5,602.68 @ Vehicles for business

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Not Everybody's cup of tea, but a superb deal. Price is monthly and you obviously have to take into account that you need to put £3k down, but overall cost over 23 months and 10k mileage allowance ma… Read More
Not Everybody's cup of tea, but a superb deal. Price is monthly and you obviously have to take into account that you need to put £3k down, but overall cost over 23 months and 10k mileage allowance ma…
barry2911 Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago27 Comments
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When you add on the £360 admin fee the total cost is £5902. A little bit cheaper (by about £100) than what is currently out there. Most deals are in the £6100 to £7000 range.
pricebustme
I've driven the latest A4 in the same trim with the diesel engine - nice enough car, but nothing special.

As I said, you havn't driven the car.

pricebustme
My point is that a non premium brand would give you far better specification for the same money

But why would you want to pay over £230/net/month on a non-premium car? You surely would be able to get it for much less?

pricebustme
There are many VW, Ford, Seat and Skoda lease deals which offer better value. More equipment, more power, perhaps better economy

Perhaps better economy? I doubt it if you opt for the same engine with a SEAT or Škoda alternative.

pricebustme
As I said, if you want the badge, go right ahead :-)

But as I, and now others, have said, it's a decent car for a decent price that beats depreciation if you bought it. Nothing to do with car snobbery.
I have this car except i pay 4300 for 2 years 10k miles.. would I recommend it, yes. for people saying it is the entry model there is a model below this so no it is not, for people saying it has no spec, high quality large screen with sat nav, android auto, apple car play, sd card, sim card slot for in car wifi, sports steering wheel, cruise control, audi assist (brakes if it senses a crash) very nice car imo.. faster than most 2.0 diesels with its 150ps.. 2nd gear is awful but other than that it's a bargaiinnnnn
pricebustme
m5rcc
pricebustme
Waiting for the German car enthusiasts to roll up...:D
It's not a bad car to be fair and given that you will never own it, it's not a problem.
It's a lot to pay for a bog(ish) spec, wheezy, German saloon for 2 years. If you really must have the badge fine..otherwise there is far better value out there. If you want real German quality, increase your budget to something like an A6, 5 series or an E-class. Not as solid as back in the day, but there is a real step up at that price point.
All in my opinion of course....
Had this car on lease for just under a year now and cannot fault it. It looks the part both inside and out and is just as quick if not quicker than most 2l turbo Diesel engines of other premium brands. I would recommend this car without hesitation and definately lives up to whatcar car of the year
pricebustme
m5rcc

Given your previous comments, you appear to have not driven this car at all, but some leasers don't care too much which car they drive as long as it's good value. This price (as a total) is fine. It's just the 23+1 model it has is not very attractive.
Leasing is useful when it beats the depreciation rate. Given this car is £27.9k as RRP, the depreciation could well be over £5.6k in two years.
pricebustme
You can find far better value leasing a non premium brand for similar money.
That appears to be quite a contradiction. Why would you want to lease a non-premium brand for similar money?
I've driven the latest A4 in the same trim with the diesel engine - nice enough car, but nothing special.
My point is that a non premium brand would give you far better specification for the same money. You are just paying for the badge here. Cloth seats, lousy audio, manually folding mirrors, standard headlights etc. There are many VW, Ford, Seat and Skoda lease deals which offer better value. More equipment, more power, perhaps better economy but lack that special badge on the grille.
As I said, if you want the badge, go right ahead :-)

In your opinion.......

In my opinion its a pretty good deal, I have the car on lease from the 4.7k total price last spring and im very pleased with it - it doesnt have lousy audio, the seats might be cloth but lots of people prefer them, it has more than enough power for UK roads unless your a little boy racer and is way better interior dashboard wise than the brands you listed and if bought new would easily lose way more than 5.6k in depreciation over two years

Based on your opinion audi would be out of business, but plenty of others like them
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Fiat Fullback Diesel 2.4 180hp LX Double Cab Pick Up LCV £6,069.60+VAT Business Contract Hire (business users ONLY) 9+23 8k mpa £180.30+vat (£1,622.70+vat Initial Rental) £300+vat booking fee - vehicles for business

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Apologies I know you guys like the total to be worked out but I have no idea how to do it. Seen a poster on fb this morning on their page for what seems like a cheap deal after comparing it on contrac… Read More
Apologies I know you guys like the total to be worked out but I have no idea how to do it. Seen a poster on fb this morning on their page for what seems like a cheap deal after comparing it on contrac…
PHILLYS85 Avatar8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago26 Comments
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welsh ham
happychappy
welsh ham
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?
Well said Jim. Live in wet Swansea wales and Have had fiat and alfas all my life and never suffered from tin worm
Ah! So the answer to stopping rust is keep them wet! Thanks for your advice.
Have you actually owned a fiat?
No, I've always bought a car!
splender
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
You are negative, this is not Fiat 500 and in any case you are misleading people with old news from 2014 without catching up on fixed news in Jan 2015 and now we are Nov 2016. One year and 10 months you are still negatively burnt in your head and try to put off people with old news.


wow. do you have photos of fiats all over your walls with candles lit. you should get a girlfriend mate and occupy your time a little better. obviously you drive a fiat and arn't prepared to hear negative comments on the pretty girly cars
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
You are negative, this is not Fiat 500 and in any case you are misleading people with old news from 2014 without catching up on fixed news in Jan 2015 and now we are Nov 2016. One year and 10 months you are still negatively burnt in your head and try to put off people with old news.
welsh ham
Zontes
welsh ham
happychappy
welsh ham
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO

but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it
being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?
Well said Jim. Live in wet Swansea wales and Have had fiat and alfas all my life and never suffered from tin worm
Ah! So the answer to stopping rust is keep them wet! Thanks for your advice.
Have you actually owned a fiat?
I have owned 12 since the 1980's onwards until my final purchase in 2012. Never again. Build quality shocking. I could write a book about FIAT (FIX IT AGAIN TONY, FIX IT AGAIN TOMORROW). Absolute ****.
I can list them all if you like.
Zontes
welsh ham
happychappy
welsh ham
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?
Well said Jim. Live in wet Swansea wales and Have had fiat and alfas all my life and never suffered from tin worm
Ah! So the answer to stopping rust is keep them wet! Thanks for your advice.
Have you actually owned a fiat?
I have owned 12 since the 1980's onwards until my final purchase in 2012. Never again. Build quality shocking. I could write a book about FIAT (FIX IT AGAIN TONY, FIX IT AGAIN TOMORROW). Absolute ****.
I can list them all if you like.
Surprised as. We have had nine fiats and are currently on our 6th ALFA and the only real problem has been the dealers who are useless. But fortunately there are some good ALFA indys out there.
Really pleased that you have had good fortune. I forgot to mention the dealer network, absolutely laughable. One of my Fiat purchases lasted all of two days. The dealer made such a **** up, the car had to be returned or legal action would have followed. Honestly, I take no great pleasure in slagging off Fiat as they design lovely cars, unfortunately building them is a problem, for me anyway. My favourite two cars were both Fiats. The 500, the last Fiat we bought was a design icon, but almost killed my wife. My previous Fiat to that was a Grande Punto Multijet Sporting. 1.9 diesel that went like stink, and great fuel economy. Alas, Fiat no more as my wife has threatened to have me sectioned as insane if I buy another one!
Zontes
welsh ham
happychappy
welsh ham
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO




but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it


being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?
Well said Jim. Live in wet Swansea wales and Have had fiat and alfas all my life and never suffered from tin worm
Ah! So the answer to stopping rust is keep them wet! Thanks for your advice.
Have you actually owned a fiat?
I have owned 12 since the 1980's onwards until my final purchase in 2012. Never again. Build quality shocking. I could write a book about FIAT (FIX IT AGAIN TONY, FIX IT AGAIN TOMORROW). Absolute ****.
I can list them all if you like.

Zontes
welsh ham
happychappy
welsh ham
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?
Well said Jim. Live in wet Swansea wales and Have had fiat and alfas all my life and never suffered from tin worm
Ah! So the answer to stopping rust is keep them wet! Thanks for your advice.
Have you actually owned a fiat?
I have owned 12 since the 1980's onwards until my final purchase in 2012. Never again. Build quality shocking. I could write a book about FIAT (FIX IT AGAIN TONY, FIX IT AGAIN TOMORROW). Absolute ****.
I can list them all if you like.
Surprised as. We have had nine fiats and are currently on our 6th ALFA and the only real problem has been the dealers who are useless. But fortunately there are some good ALFA indys out there.
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Citroen C1 Feel from V4B. £99 deposit £99 a month vat included plus £360 process fee. 18 months £2,142.00 @ Vehicles for business

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Citroen c1 feel on 18 month contract 10k miles £99 initial £99 a month including vat. £360 process fee from v4b. Seems a good price for a run around and other price options as well. Read More
Citroen c1 feel on 18 month contract 10k miles £99 initial £99 a month including vat. £360 process fee from v4b. Seems a good price for a run around and other price options as well.
Seanwinf Avatar9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago51 Comments
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Can someone please explain how much you need to cover on GAP insurance?

Is it the value of the car when it's written off against the value of the car when it's taken out of lease?

e.g.

£7500 - £10000 therefore the GAP is £2500
z_2994
Is gap insurance necessary? And how much more are you usually looking at?

You don't have to take it but your eyes will water with the costs if you write the car off.
Seanwinf
melcarroll
Hpi_matrix
Seanwinf
Hpi_matrix
Do you just have to buy fuel and insurance? Do you need anything special like GAP insurance?
What happens if a tyre gets a puncture? Would it need servicing in the first 2 years?
Gap insurance is a good idea for the pennies it costs a month. It is just fuel and insurance which is 100% needed though. Its not maintened so if you had a puncture u would have to repair yourself. And 1 service would be needed as its an 18 month deal.
Can anyone service it? Or does it have to be main dealer?

My current Citroen lease states that I must use a Citroen service centre.

Have u leased direct from citroen?


I leased through Skyfleet but contract is with Citroen 1st service on C4 Picasso was £175 with the C1 as courtesy car.
Seanwinf
melcarroll
Hpi_matrix
Seanwinf
Hpi_matrix
Do you just have to buy fuel and insurance? Do you need anything special like GAP insurance?
What happens if a tyre gets a puncture? Would it need servicing in the first 2 years?
Gap insurance is a good idea for the pennies it costs a month. It is just fuel and insurance which is 100% needed though. Its not maintened so if you had a puncture u would have to repair yourself. And 1 service would be needed as its an 18 month deal.
Can anyone service it? Or does it have to be main dealer?

My current Citroen lease states that I must use a Citroen service centre.

Have u leased direct from citroen?


I leased through Skyfleet but contract is with Citroen 1st service on C4 Picasso was £175 with the C1 as courtesy car.
GAVINLEWISHUKD
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I don't like French cars, dodgy electrics.
I had the pleasure of driving a Peugeot 407 for a while and the electric wing mirrors would randomly fold in and stay there whilst I was cruising on the motorway.
Only way I could fix it was by pulling across to the hard shoulder (carefully) and turning off the ignition to reset it.
That's ok as its a Toyota with a Citroen badge slapped on it.

Fair comment, guess it's hard for French companies to shake off that perception of poor quality and reliability from days gone by unlike Skoda who really seem to have nailed it.
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Peugeot 2008 1.6 hdi allure 12 months - £143.99 initial deposit - £143.99 p/m - £300 processing fee Total £2,027.88 @ Vehicles for business

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After posting the C3 picasso deal last year and coming to an end found this from V4B again. Good spec car for the money and does what i need. £143 initial deposit and £143 a month £360 processing fee.… Read More
After posting the C3 picasso deal last year and coming to an end found this from V4B again. Good spec car for the money and does what i need. £143 initial deposit and £143 a month £360 processing fee.…
Seanwinf Avatar9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago19 Comments
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offer is no longer on website, should expire this
fugly
link doesn't work, where is the offer?
Sounds dear for a 2008 Peugeot
blackpoolfc
Yeah deal disappeared. I'm in the same boat, got that picasso 12 month lease, runs out mid Nov so weighing up what deals or about or to buy cheap run around.
Just found a 2 inch dent in it though unfortunately, anyone any idea if they'll charge me?
I got a dent too. Will it cost an arm and a leg?
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Ford Focus ST3 TDCI 185 Lease 23+9 - £162.91pm, initial payment £1,466.21, admin fee £360 total £5,573.14 (£232.14pm equivalent) @ Vehicles for business £5,573.14

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Best price around at the moment for a very good all rounder. 8000 miles PA, 23+9 lease. Around £390 more than this excellent deal: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ford-focus-st-3-tdci-185-pch… Read More
Best price around at the moment for a very good all rounder. 8000 miles PA, 23+9 lease. Around £390 more than this excellent deal: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ford-focus-st-3-tdci-185-pch…
2003bluecat Avatar1y, 2h agoFound 1 year, 2 hours ago26 Comments
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I got my local Ford dealer to match this deal so they asked me to send them the quotation and the bloody deal has expired :(:(
jparnell
hotmansausage
This morning 6 of these vehicles were available all in frozen white with style pack which includes 19inch alloys.


did you order?
tempting, very tempting


I don't order, looks like the deal has expired
hotmansausage
This morning 6 of these vehicles were available all in frozen white with style pack which includes 19inch alloys.


did you order?
tempting, very tempting
This morning 6 of these vehicles were available all in frozen white with style pack which includes 19inch alloys.
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Citroen C1 puretech feel 1.2 (Term £1,935.80) @ Vehicles for Business

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Personal contract hire £60.60 incl VAT monthly rental £545.40 incl VAT initial rental Contract term 18 months Rental profile 9 + 17 Annual mileage 10000 Processing fee £360.00 Finance doc fee £… Read More
Personal contract hire £60.60 incl VAT monthly rental £545.40 incl VAT initial rental Contract term 18 months Rental profile 9 + 17 Annual mileage 10000 Processing fee £360.00 Finance doc fee £…
Disco Dave Avatar1y, 3w agoFound 1 year, 3 weeks agoAdd Comment
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Car Lease - Audi A3 Hatchback 1.4 TFSI Sport 3dr (£167.02 Inc VAT x 24 ) +(360 processing Fee) + (9+23 £1503 initial payment) = £5,704.46for 24 month lease @ V4B 8k miles

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This is for the new 66 plate Audi A3 3dr in September which has a new face lift - Sports model comes with sports suspension, Bluetooth, SD Sat Nav, Cruise Control, 17'' Alloys. Admin fee £360 I… Read More
This is for the new 66 plate Audi A3 3dr in September which has a new face lift - Sports model comes with sports suspension, Bluetooth, SD Sat Nav, Cruise Control, 17'' Alloys. Admin fee £360 I…
gali5 Avatar1y, 3w agoFound 1 year, 3 weeks ago63 Comments
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I'm genuinely considering leasing.

Could someone please explain what the 9+23 rental profile means? Any other tips and advice?

I'm 29. Been driving since 17 but have always bought used cars under £4k and then spent loads on servicing and maintenance over the years. I fancy drivimg a new car now.
Audi4life
Why do you need sports suspension in a car that will probably just be used to take little charlie to school n back, and drive to Sainsburys once a week?
harish
Would love this; I can afford the car but as I'm 19 I think insurance would kill me

Why don't you have a look - you might be surprised.
nitro228
You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall for half this money and you get to keep it. Why would you go for this?

Self respect???
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More Citroen Lease Deals again such as Citroen C4 Cactus Hatchback 1.2 PureTech [82] Flair 5dr for £144/month (incl VAT) - £2,689.20 @ Vehicles for business

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Vehicles for Business has sent an email with two (maybe 3) interesting Citroen deals. The ever-popular Cactus is back at £144/month for 18 months, 10,000 miles per year. Citroen C4 Cactus Hatchb… Read More
Vehicles for Business has sent an email with two (maybe 3) interesting Citroen deals. The ever-popular Cactus is back at £144/month for 18 months, 10,000 miles per year. Citroen C4 Cactus Hatchb…
exgrouponer Avatar1y, 3w agoFound 1 year, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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I have a hello yellow on a 12 month lease. It's a head turner.
Paint - Solid
Solid - Hello yellow
oO

Metallic for extra £495.00
Good deal, thank you for sharing.
m5rcc
Awaiting those who think buying a seven year old BMW is better...

In before "that is one fugly motor".
Been looking for a Citroen C4 cactus lease deal. Was going to get 1.6 diesel flair but it was more like £213 with metallic paint. What colour does this come as standard in? Hope it isn't Hello yellow, not my cup of tea.

Also why 18 months? Is it cause this time of year lease deals are pretty good and they want people to have to get another lease car around Christmas when deals aren't as good?
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Peugeot 208 GTI Prestige 9+23 months £131.99 / month personal lease £4,583.68 vehiclesforbusiness

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Seems like a pretty good deal to me. Not often you can find the 208 GTI on a good lease deal. £131.99 per month Inc. VAT x 23 months £1187.91 deposit £360 processing fee 8000 annual mileage T… Read More
Seems like a pretty good deal to me. Not often you can find the 208 GTI on a good lease deal. £131.99 per month Inc. VAT x 23 months £1187.91 deposit £360 processing fee 8000 annual mileage T…
cyissa Avatar1y, 4w agoFound 1 year, 4 weeks ago39 Comments
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Am I the only one who realises this deal is not even available??
Can anyone advise if I go to my local Peugeot they will offer leases and match a deal like the ones I can find on the web ?
Link doesn't work and can't find the deal on the website ?
Jamman
The more I look at this deal the more tempted I'm becoming. Test drove a 208 gti Peugeot sport at the weekend and was pleasantly surprised by it.
Has a anyone here had any experiences with this company before?

Me too, but I'm tied into a lease atm with a couple of years left! I'm tempted to give it a test drive but that will do more harm than good if I enjoy it :P

I haven't had any experience with V4B personally, but there's been a few posts from there popping up recently and nobody's had anything bad to say about them, if that helps.
The more I look at this deal the more tempted I'm becoming. Test drove a 208 gti Peugeot sport at the weekend and was pleasantly surprised by it.

Has a anyone here had any experiences with this company before?
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citroen c1 18 month lease £66.60 incl VAT monthly rentals £599.40 incl VAT initial rental @ vehiclesforbusiness

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http://www.vehiclesforbusiness.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/citroen/c1-hatchback/c1-hatchback-12-puretech-feel-5dr-76299105 Seems a good price for a runaround... Rental - 17*£66.60 = £1,132.20 Re… Read More
http://www.vehiclesforbusiness.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/citroen/c1-hatchback/c1-hatchback-12-puretech-feel-5dr-76299105 Seems a good price for a runaround... Rental - 17*£66.60 = £1,132.20 Re…
iamprobably Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago17 Comments
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Seems logical - well done...
Voted cold for OP's truculent attitude.

truculent
ˈtrʌkjʊl(ə)nt/
adjective
eager or quick to argue or fight; aggressively defiant.
"the truculent attitude of farmers to cheaper imports"
Voted cold for OP's truculent attitude.
you seem to be missing the point. We are all here to take advantage of great deals as and when.

we work together and post deals as we come across them and by doing so we can enjoy these deals before they expire.

by posting misleading information it damages the reputation of the poster, of the forum and creates mistrust.
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Citroen C1 Lease, 18months, 10k miles pa, £68.54pm with £616.90 deposit - Total £1,782.08 @ VehiclesForBusiness

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Good deal on a Citroen C1 Lease with Vehicles for Business. £68.54 a month with £616.90 deposit (both inc VAT). 10k miles per year. Available without deposit too putting the monthly price up to… Read More
Good deal on a Citroen C1 Lease with Vehicles for Business. £68.54 a month with £616.90 deposit (both inc VAT). 10k miles per year. Available without deposit too putting the monthly price up to…
kristmace Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago105 Comments
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Pazzy1986
Hi guys. I had the C1 FEEL deal around year ago and my lease is coming to an end next week. I went in to my local Citroen Dealer and he has offered me the C1 FLAIR 5 DOOR 1.2 with a colour of my choice (metallic, I chose the Carlnite Grey) I pay £100/per month 1+ 17 month (18month). Initial payment of £300. no admin fee no deposit no catch. I had a little discount added as I decided to carry on with citroen fiance motoring. and to top this great deal I get 15,000 miles per year. (22,500) for the duration of the lease !!!!!! I don't know why we deal with these lease companies who offer admin fee's for them to "process" the deal LOL
I contacted Citroen & they said they didnt do Leasing direct, & put me through to Evans Halshaw Leasing!
Strange that as I have just received my monthly Invoice from Citroen Contract Motoring.
Mine arrived last week. Loving it so far! Thanks OP for making me aware!
Pazzy1986
Hi guys. I had the C1 FEEL deal around year ago and my lease is coming to an end next week. I went in to my local Citroen Dealer and he has offered me the C1 FLAIR 5 DOOR 1.2 with a colour of my choice (metallic, I chose the Carlnite Grey) I pay £100/per month 1+ 17 month (18month). Initial payment of £300. no admin fee no deposit no catch. I had a little discount added as I decided to carry on with citroen fiance motoring. and to top this great deal I get 15,000 miles per year. (22,500) for the duration of the lease !!!!!! I don't know why we deal with these lease companies who offer admin fee's for them to "process" the deal LOL

I contacted Citroen & they said they didnt do Leasing direct, & put me through to Evans Halshaw Leasing!
in total for the duration of the lease I will pay £2000 flat just add fuel ;)
Hi guys. I had the C1 FEEL deal around year ago and my lease is coming to an end next week. I went in to my local Citroen Dealer and he has offered me the C1 FLAIR 5 DOOR 1.2 with a colour of my choice (metallic, I chose the Carlnite Grey) I pay £100/per month 1+ 17 month (18month). Initial payment of £300. no admin fee no deposit no catch. I had a little discount added as I decided to carry on with citroen fiance motoring. and to top this great deal I get 15,000 miles per year. (22,500) for the duration of the lease !!!!!! I don't know why we deal with these lease companies who offer admin fee's for them to "process" the deal LOL
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Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Feel 5dr / V2B / £105.07pm £1,891.32 @ Vehicles for Business

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Think this is the cheapest C1 PureTech lease going at the minute. 18months 10k miles pa £399.46 initial payment £360 processing fee £66.58 per month Total - £1891.32 / 18 months = £105.07pm Read More
Think this is the cheapest C1 PureTech lease going at the minute. 18months 10k miles pa £399.46 initial payment £360 processing fee £66.58 per month Total - £1891.32 / 18 months = £105.07pm
MoyesyRob Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago3 Comments
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stevebutty
FRENCH!!

Bore off, you post the same comment on every deal. It's a joint venture between Toyota and Citroen and it's made in Czech Republic... so it's a French brand, but the car it's self isn't really that French, as had been pointed to you before, although I'm not entirely sure you can read.
FRENCH!!
Shame it's not the Flair, much better kit, the only Flair they have is ETG (automatic).

Seems a good deal @ around £100 a month with no road tax and only 1 service needed, although you will essentially lose 6m of the value of the service as you hand it back.

Been looking at a 3+23 deal on the Flair based on 5,000 miles (that's all daughter needs), coming out at £93 a month with a lower upfront than this, works out about £115 a month which is more than your deal, so if its what you want I doubt you'll find a cheaper deal.

NB with the Flair you get (for one thing) a reversing camera, which you can option for £180.

Evans Halshaw (via WhatCar) offer free metallic paint also.
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