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SmartForTwo Passion 3 YR Lease £3,480.96 @ Yes Lease

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Sorry just been emailed with another smart car deal, brand new car for less than £100 a month over the term. 36 X £88.36 £300 setup fee.
JSmooth Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago2 Comments
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pops1975
Silly money - have heat!

No medium sized car deals in the email?


​no just this one, I need a couple more seats as well really
Silly money - have heat!

No medium sized car deals in the email?
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Nissan Note Hatchback 1.2 Acenta 5dr lease £108 initial rental - 36 months Processing fee £300 - Total £4,188.00 @ Yes Lease

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great deal, I got one for me and the kids for an early xmas present :) Contract term:36 monthsRental profile:1 + 35Annual mileage:800035 monthly rentals of:£108.00Initial rental:£108.00Processing f…
amycoral Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago14 Comments
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fatboyonadiet
Just looked at it at 108 but also now showing at 129.
Anyone got any experience of Yes Lease?
Yes they have hiked the price.. cheeky..
Just looked at it at 108 but also now showing at 129.

Anyone got any experience of Yes Lease?
Looks like it is £107 excluding VAT
Just clicked getdeal and price is £129 including VAT?
courtster
winchman

Put £500 to one side and hope that will cover any damage.
I wouldn't take that advice. Multiple leaser here and I've never had a charge over the £35 for a kerbed wheel which was actually cheaper than getting it repaired myself. Look after the car and you don't have to worry about return charges. Fair wear and tear is exactly that.
Hopefully you wouldn't have to pay anything, either getting it done yourself or them doing it. Just think it's a good idea to have access to some money, as you say, look after it, but there is always some in considerate so and so out there...
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Nissan Juke 1.6 only £151.96 per month - no advance payment!! £3,947.04 @ yes lease

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Nissan Juke 1.6l visia 8000 miles £151.96 a month with no advance payment £300 processing fee This is a flash sale FREE ROAD TAX FREE ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE FREE DELIVERY & COLLECTION NO DEPOSI…
ricky7 Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago47 Comments
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When I saw one of these when they first came out I thought it had been in a crash. Dreadful looking things
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
Walkies1
Shane the auto is 100£ month more, our juke is up for renewal in march. Ugly slow and rattles but the mrs loves it...
You named the auto version?


;)
DappaDonDave
Cheap...because they need shot for the 2017 model.

Looks marginally better:

http://cdn1.autoexpress.co.uk/sites/autoexpressuk/files/2016/07/nissan_juke_-_front_watermarked.jpg
nougat
PointDex
Need free insurance too, I got an IN10 expired but still got to declare any advice or recommended insurer?:|
What's an IN10 indecent exposure?


No insurance 8)
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Nissan Juke Visia 1.6, 2yr lease, 10k/annum, £157.03 Initial Deposit, £157.03 monthly £4,068.72 @ Yes Lease

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Deal provided by Yes Lease - Quoting reference DPCHC-120351195. Call them on 01782 254444 or complete the form for a callback request. Nissan Juke Visia 1.6 petrol 10,000 miles per annum Con…
pops1975 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago41 Comments
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Went for this for my wife, delivery in 2-3 weeks. Artic white was £10 a month or so extra.
villageidiotdan
jaydeeuk1
Mada06
Oh what a surprise, another lease thread being dragged off topic by the same people.
Reload this thread and look at how much of a mess it looks for anyone genuinely interested in this deal with pointless images of ugly cars. And to make matters worse people are quoting the same images over and over, ridiculous.
How is it off topic? Pictures of ugly cars are about as on topic as you can get with a juke. And as a cactus owner there aren't many cars we can look down upon in that department.
Hey, Jay! To keep off topic and anger the above poster :).....
What do you think of your Cactus? I bloody love the look of them and am wishing the death of my 8yr old v50 to justify having one.

I actually rather like it. Had been looking at a Lexus CT, Prius plugin and Vauxhall ampera. The cactus was the cheapest of the 4 by far, but i loved the looks (and couldn't justify over £25k on a Vauxhall!). Incredibly comfy - even more than the other directors £100k range rover. The touchscreen can be a bit fiddly if you're shooting down b roads and wanting to change the temp, but it's the first new car I've bought and not been worried about parking next to an old couple in a micra. Rear view camera is excellent even in pitch black.
The only engine to go for is the 1.2 turbo petrol, much quicker and quieter than the diesels, and mpg is pretty damn good imo. Off the line nothing less than a 2.0 diesel can keep up. The auto is supposed to be crap though. Mines the flair model, can't remember what's extra on that though.

Only things I miss after coming from an IQ (other than ability to park in ridiculous places) is the auto dimming rear view mirror and the windows don't automatically wind down - you have to keep the button pressed down! The Sat nav does postcode search, although not obvious.The press give it 5 star reviews, I'd knock a star off for the minor annoyances above.

My PCP finishes in 12 months or so, really not sure what to go for next, enjoyed my 2 years so far with it.
jaydeeuk1
Mada06
Oh what a surprise, another lease thread being dragged off topic by the same people.
Reload this thread and look at how much of a mess it looks for anyone genuinely interested in this deal with pointless images of ugly cars. And to make matters worse people are quoting the same images over and over, ridiculous.

How is it off topic? Pictures of ugly cars are about as on topic as you can get with a juke. And as a cactus owner there aren't many cars we can look down upon in that department.


Hey, Jay! To keep off topic and anger the above poster :).....

What do you think of your Cactus? I bloody love the look of them and am wishing the death of my 8yr old v50 to justify having one.
Mada06
Oh what a surprise, another lease thread being dragged off topic by the same people.
Reload this thread and look at how much of a mess it looks for anyone genuinely interested in this deal with pointless images of ugly cars. And to make matters worse people are quoting the same images over and over, ridiculous.

How is it off topic? Pictures of ugly cars are about as on topic as you can get with a juke. And as a cactus owner there aren't many cars we can look down upon in that department.
m5rcc
ses6jwg
I got a Fiesta Zetec S Black Edition with spare wheel and privacy glass arriving next week on a 3+36 month deal. 15k mileage allowance with 3.3ppm excess mileage. £162.01 per month (£486 up front + £299 fee).
Was that any good?
It's OK - cheaper deals over the term available. Do you really need 15k miles/yr?

Yes definitely.
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Cheap lease - Smart Fortwo Coupe 1.0 Passion - 1+23 / 10k miles - £89pm £2,494.80 (including fees) @ Yes-Lease

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£104 per month spreading the admin fee over 24 months. Motoring in a new car doesn't get much cheaper than this. Not to everyone's taste but if you're driving to the train station or into town e…
djbenny1 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago15 Comments
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mittromney
Tempted just to keep as 2nd car for solely London driving.

How often are you in London, Mitt?
Price seem to have gone up to £109 per month
thespiderpig
m5rcc
And it's cheaper here over the term period.
​thats a 9 + 23 deal so 9 months upfront. so not cheaper

Read what I wrote, dear: "Over the term period"
Tempted just to keep as 2nd car for solely London driving.
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Skoda Yeti 1.2 TSI 110 Monte Carlo DSG - Personal Lease - £145.15pm - 24 Months - 8k Per year - No Deposit - £3,783.60 total - @ Yes-Lease

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Skoda Yeti Monte Carlo DSG Good price for automatic transmission No Deposit 8000 miles a year 24 months £145.15x24 plus £300 processing fee Paint - Metallic (+ £360): Brilliant silv…
mrke Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago35 Comments
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If anyone comes across any similar (or better!) yeti deals, please post.
I looked at Simpsons but a 24 month lease deal was coming in around £180 a month........

TIA
veralum
Where can I get this deal or similar please, never leased before but very tempted



​Try Simpsons Skoda.
Where can I get this deal or similar please, never leased before but very tempted
Wadadli_Cooler
You need to work on your maths and your understanding if the English language. The lease of the Yeti is still about 3 times the cost of an iphone even when you deduct your 'asset' amortised over 24 months. Like I said £150 is not much of an asset. I didn't say it was zero asset.

I think you'll find your original statement was:

"3 times the cost of an iPhone contract for a whole car"

I said that wasn't the same because with the iPhone you'd still own it and regardless of what value it has, anything >0% is better than 0% (which is what you'd have at the end of a lease agreement - the point I was making in my previous post).

You then said that wasn't "strictly correct". Tell me please what was not "strictly correct" about what I'd said. You may not have said it wasn't "zero asset" but you are saying that my statement isn't right. So just so I can work on my understanding of the English language please can you explain what was incorrect about this post:

"But after two years with the phone you own it. With a lease the car goes back and you need alternative transport - you have no asset. Not saying leasing is bad, I've done it myself, just pointing out that this isn't the same as described."
Dear fellow HUKD members please note I posted this thread to highlight the Skoda Yeti offer not to discuss the iphone or its status as a possible asset.

Please play nicely…..
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Scirocco R-Line 184 TDi Lease. 24 months @ £251.27 (£6,330.48 inc £300 processing fee) @ YesLease

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No deposit for a Scirocco R-Line and just over £250 a month. Seems a pretty decent price over the term considering the spec included.
marshalex Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago24 Comments
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babylon
ahenners
Really?! It's an old Golf with a wide ass
Also agree, It's a bit like Nicki Minaj, Reasonably good looking from the front, Big and all out of proportion from the back, And like Nicki Minaj , Don't do it for me.

Haha. I'd say the reverse is true.
seems to be a lot of money for just the r-line, if it was the r version then yes it would be a great deal.
Don't know about it being good looking, my opinion only is that it's ugly as hell. But great deal !!! And it's a VW so it's very reliable. HEAT !!!
Like a poor man's Audi R8 from the front. Like a squashed bread roll from the back.
c-traxx
Dont really know whats so special about this car. Old scirocco had a style and had that something but this looks like pressed down golf (most boring car on the planet apart from multipla but thats a different story).

Perhaps that's just it, there is nothing "special", it's just a nice looking car that doesn't go overboard on the styling.
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Peugeot 208,1.2-1 year lease 10k p.a-£131.99 no deposit £1,883.88 total at yes-lease.co.uk

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I`ve never had a lease car but am thinking about 1 for my wife and this looks good to me. 12x£131.99 plus £300 fee=£1883.88 total 10,000 miles .
agnostic Avatar2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago25 Comments
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Yoshii
how does it work when you hand it back..does the lease company access any damage, scratches , alloy wheel damage , dents etc , repair said items then bill you for them??

Yes but you do get fair wear and tear included. http://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/car-leasing-guide/wear-and-tear-guide.php
how does it work when you hand it back..does the lease company access any damage, scratches , alloy wheel damage , dents etc , repair said items then bill you for them??
davver99
i thought 18 months was bad 12 is very short

Why is it "bad" ? means you get another new one in 12months
Roz4u
How about insurance for leased cars?
Also, can we take these leased cars on a limited company?

You can but don't, take it as personal as its not worth the BIK
cfc1967
What's the point in that ?

If you lease
Manufacturer RRP: £14585.00
You pay for the year £1883.88

If you buy
Manufacturer RRP: £14585
You sell after a year £10000 (Assumption based on ebay ads)
Year cost £4585

Last car I purchased I worked out I would have to keep for 10 years to be cost effective at a purchase price of £14000.
£1400 yearly + interest on monthly payments
Tax £160+ per year (raising by £5 per year)
Repairs including tyres(£500+ per set) £300

Estimate £1860+ per year

Lease car you can change as often as like depending on the term and you always get a new car.

My current deal is 18 months at £177.58 per month (£2130.96 per year) for a £20,000 car http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/peugeot-208-gti-prestige-208hp-satnav-heated-leather-seats-pan-roof-bluetooth-dual-2219184#comments




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Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI petrol - 8,000 miles 2yr Lease no deposit 24 months @ £183.71 total cost £4,739.04 at Yes Lease

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I know previous deals been better but this good current deal with 8,000 mileage Personal contract hire £183.71 incl VAT monthly rental £183.71 incl VAT initial rental Personal contract hir…
stephsmith11 Avatar2m, 5d agoFound 2 months, 5 days ago47 Comments
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There is a deal on a diesel Sportage at Fleetprices .. not as good as the Yeslease deal but there has been a big price increase recently so deal below pretty good at the moment..

http://www.fleetprices.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/kia/sportage-4x4/sportage-diesel-estate-17-crdi-isg-1-5dr-108148610
Deal has expired now..
lucauk
Sorry my ignorance but is it worth it to have a car on two year lease and just have nothing after 2 years of paying? It's not better to buy? I'm just trying to understand :-)

I suppose it depends if you buy outright or get them on finance.

I've been thinking about leasing and my next car probably will be. For this price you are looking at a five year finance plan for a car of a similar age. After two years you are still paying the same price for a car that's now 4-5yrs old. Trading in on finance is a nightmare because you have to pay off the finance first and the trade in value won't be enough.

On the other hand, after two years of a lease car you hand it back and get a newer car or a different type.
We have had a lease vehicle for the past 12 months.
Best thing we have done, got the corsa vxr.
But there are pros and cons
Brand spanking new car delivered.
We pay cheaper than the depreciation would be over the two year period.
Cheaper than pcp deals over the same term especially as alot of people i know choose not the keep the car after pcp deal has came to baloon payment time.
Any faults are repaired under warranty(we have had a few)
No road tax to pay. All sorted via lease company.
Low maintenace just service and tyres cost.

Cons
Regular outgoing payment
Car has to be kept in reasonable condition for return.
You do not own the car.
But havent inherited any faults a used car at 3-4yrs old may have.

It works for us if you can manage the outgoing payments.

Insurance also was cheaper from our last older car.

We will be looking a sportages next year but isg 2 spec.

I would say don't lease and spec up. It gets very expensive. Get the car thats on deal or immediatly offered. I know someone who has specced a car to colour , wheels ,leather and leather colour and paying £200 over the original deal amount.

At this point you may aswell own it.

Edited By: coupedummy on Oct 10, 2016 13:40: typo
had one of these on loan whilst our car was in for repair, god how uncomfortable can a car be.
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Smart car lease £99 a month and no deposit + £99 x 23 Processing fee: £300.00 Annual mileage: 10000 @ Yes Lease £2,676.00

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£300 admin fee, it's for black or white special editions which seem to be v good spec, might be useful for someone. 10k miles per year Auto 1.0 Smart Fortwo Coupe Special Editions 1.0 White
JSmooth Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago181 Comments
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Has anyone that missed out on this found another smart fortwo black edition lease deal? Thanks
JJMPSP
Anyone got theirs yet? :)
Yes, great car and fully loaded. I had it last week. Shame it is not the turbo version.
Anyone got theirs yet? :)
lewsca
bulletfoss
paulandpam1
bulletfoss
nav111
bulletfoss
Quite cool - Heat Given.
Although I'm not a fan, I think this is the perfect short-distance commuters car.
Or a housewife (or should I say house-person) that doesn't need to do too many miles.
Built by Mercedes-Benz remember - this thing will have bulletproof reliability.
"bullet-proof reliability" - until the electrics go...
Sure? You're telling me that electrics in a German car are more likely to go bang, than a Citroen, Pegeout, Ford?
Back in the 90's the Germans weren't too great with electronics, but today is a different story.
Very very few electrical failures happen in premium German & Japanese cars, they ARE bulletproof - compared to the alternatives (ref. What Car? & Parkers).
Ford are still probably the worst for things going wrong with dash controls.
You do know Smart cars are made in France don't you?
The French are not that good at vehicle electrics speaking from experience having owned a Megane and a Clio.


Doesn't really matter where they are built, the schematics and designs are all made by German engineers.
They would still come out the same as if they were built anywhere else in the World.


​utter rubbish. I work in the car industry and have been to many assembly plants.
When cars are made in low cost labour countries, they use lots of labour. This is when human error and variation creeps in. Give a guy a power tool and expect him to do the same task for 8 hours a day, every day, and thats when care and attention soon goes out of the window.

High cost countries use significantly more robotics and elaborate control systems with the obvious repeatability.

I was in an engine plant of a well known car company today and there were hardly any people, but lots of blinking lights and orange robots whizzing around.


It's not utter rubbish though is it.
Production in France will be the same as Germany
Amigo95
It's Passion which means lover specs. Also manual...

I saw the manual - didn't know about the Passion part. I know nothing about cars as any of my questions will tell (two wheels is my preferred travel).

Think I'm gonna stick to hiring cars - at least they come clean and you don't have the day to day hassle of looking after them when not in use.

Thanks to [most] comments in this thread you've been most helpful in deciding in a fairly large purchase for me.
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VW Tiguan 2.0 TDi BMT 150 4Motion R-Line 5dr DSG - £233.74 x23 + £2103.62 deposit + £300.00 Processing fee = £7,779.64

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Deposit - £2103.62 23 monthly payments - £233.74 Processing fee - £300.00 Total - £7779.63 Net cost per month - £324.15 So there are the usual draw backs here like only 5k miles and a £300 pr…
Driving_range_sm Avatar3m, 4d agoFound 3 months, 4 days ago37 Comments
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Foad. I am having similar problems to yourself but with VW Synter Leeds.

Missus went down to see the salesman. Got a quote. But for some reason won't return calls or emails.
Has active cruise. Keyless is extra on all models IIRC.

It is pretty well spec'd compared to an Audi/BMW/Merc of similar class. Not looked at anything else.
Does the R-line not have keyless go or cruise control?

Seems strange, I thought it was supposed to be the top spec?
Sorry mate, I know you did & ain't got a clue how my post was reposted again??? Any ideas HUKD???
FOAD
kpj35
FOAD
kpj35
bestbuy123
You can get the top of the range golf r for this price
Can you please share with us where? Can't find any deals on HUKD. I'd definitely be interested.
https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/personal/car-contract-hire-and-leasing/volkswagen/golf/
Third one down for starters - loads on there.
...3rd one down wasn't a Golf R. Cheapest I could find was £7945.56 which I agree is a good deal, but not cheaper than this post as you stated.
If you've found some great deals, why don't you post it?
I have replied to this once already!
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Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI 5 door £4,594.00 yes-lease.co.uk

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Here we have a Kia Sportage 2WD 1.6 GDI manual (RRP£18,000) available for a total 2 year price of £4594. The PCH is on a 1+23 deal of £176.44 per month with a £358.80 admin fee. The included m…
HHUKD Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago4 Comments
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Don't know why this got voted cold, expired now but I went for it to replace my wife's Ford Focus lease so thanks.

Perfect for her, she does hardly any mileage and just needs something big enough for the 2 kids etc

Edited By: spritey on Sep 02, 2016 14:50: .
leechuter
thekanester
Decent price - but beware the GDI model is quite thirsty. The diesel model will probably save about £40 a month (£1000 over 24-month term) in fuel costs and is apparently a bit faster and more enjoyable to drive. A quick look shows that it might not be cost effective with this agent, but something to think about.
The GDI is more powerful, also if you are not doing the miles then you don't want a Diesel. some deals are not for everyone but this doesn't look bad if you want to drive a petrol crossover (some people do!)

According to carbuyer, the petrol has more power, but the same 0-60 time of 11.1 seconds, so it doesn't look like there is much in it. Of course that doesn't take drivability into account e.g. motorway overtaking etc.

Get what you're happy with though! My current banger does 60mpg on the motorway and around 55 combined so I'd feel it if I went back to something in the mid to high thirties.
thekanester
Decent price - but beware the GDI model is quite thirsty. The diesel model will probably save about £40 a month (£1000 over 24-month term) in fuel costs and is apparently a bit faster and more enjoyable to drive. A quick look shows that it might not be cost effective with this agent, but something to think about.

The GDI is more powerful, also if you are not doing the miles then you don't want a Diesel. some deals are not for everyone but this doesn't look bad if you want to drive a petrol crossover (some people do!)
Decent price - but beware the GDI model is quite thirsty. The diesel model will probably save about £40 a month (£1000 over 24-month term) in fuel costs and is apparently a bit faster and more enjoyable to drive. A quick look shows that it might not be cost effective with this agent, but something to think about.
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Ford Fiesta ST Line 140BHP Lease 24 X £147 (Inc Admin Fee) = £3,540.00 , 8K Miles yes-lease

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Sadly I am after a 5dr so no good for me but seems like a great deal for those who only need 3 doors. There are other deals with higher mileage and or larger deposits as well if anyone is interested.
JSmooth Avatar4m, 6d agoFound 4 months, 6 days ago56 Comments
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I'm sorry but I really couldn't give a monkeys how old this post is but who in God's name here thinks ford's are the best they are complete and utter tat take it from a mechanic there TDCI engines to start with are absolute hopeless, they are called, ^fix or repair Daily^ are you honestly retarded the best car the fiesta are plagued with issues are you deluded, did you know ford owners club recommend you check for bodywork corrosion after 3 years best car hahaha honestly your comedy mate ford are apparently better than the Germans now in design terms hahaha I have 2 words for you sir heater matrix
JSmooth
Smartguy1
We have a new shape Fiesta 1.2 Zetec. It is a nice car but it's sooooooo flat. There is no guts in whatsoever and we changed from the 1.4 thinking the 12 or so bhp wouldn't make much difference. My son has a 1.4 Astra and comparing the two performance wise you would think there wouldn't be much difference compared to the 1.4 Fiesta. There is. The Vauxhall is just so much quicker and has less bhp than the 1.4 Fiesta. Not sure who works out the bhp on Fords but as a side by side test it does not appear to be right and the fiesta is a smaller car and not as quick. Hopefully though it will be worth more resale and those Vauxhall's like their oil.
Sure a 1.2 Fiesta has 60BHP I believe, this a a 1.0 turbo charged engine with 140 BHP think they are fairly different engines in terms of performance so not sure what your point is here.

Ok i explain a little better. The 1.2 or should I have said 1.25 actually has 80bhp according to Ford with a weight of 980 kilos. It's soooooooo slow. Really flat going through the gears. It's on a 12 plate. Before that we had the 1.4 which has 94 bhp. It was a little faster through the gears but not by much. Weight of that car is about 1040 kilos. The difference in the performance though for 14 bhp was quite surprising. My son's Astra has 88bhp with a weight of 1215 kilos and it absolutely flies.

So my point really was are Ford over exaggerating their BHP or Vauxhall under exaggerating some of their models. I would have thought performance of an 80bhp Fiesta again a 200 kilo heavier Astra with only 8bhp more would have been similar but it's not. The Astra wins by far on performance against the 1.25 and 1.4 litre Fiesta. Whilst I have no question that the 1.0 litre turbo 140 bhp Fiesta will fly is it a true 140 bhp or one exaggerated or measured differently by Ford compared to Vauxhall in my example. It makes a massive difference where the true bhp of a car is measured and also does not give a true reflection in bhp and performance.
Smartguy1
We have a new shape Fiesta 1.2 Zetec. It is a nice car but it's sooooooo flat. There is no guts in whatsoever and we changed from the 1.4 thinking the 12 or so bhp wouldn't make much difference. My son has a 1.4 Astra and comparing the two performance wise you would think there wouldn't be much difference compared to the 1.4 Fiesta. There is. The Vauxhall is just so much quicker and has less bhp than the 1.4 Fiesta. Not sure who works out the bhp on Fords but as a side by side test it does not appear to be right and the fiesta is a smaller car and not as quick. Hopefully though it will be worth more resale and those Vauxhall's like their oil.

Sure a 1.2 Fiesta has 60BHP I believe, this a a 1.0 turbo charged engine with 140 BHP think they are fairly different engines in terms of performance so not sure what your point is here.
We have a new shape Fiesta 1.2 Zetec. It is a nice car but it's sooooooo flat. There is no guts in whatsoever and we changed from the 1.4 thinking the 12 or so bhp wouldn't make much difference. My son has a 1.4 Astra and comparing the two performance wise you would think there wouldn't be much difference compared to the 1.4 Fiesta. There is. The Vauxhall is just so much quicker and has less bhp than the 1.4 Fiesta. Not sure who works out the bhp on Fords but as a side by side test it does not appear to be right and the fiesta is a smaller car and not as quick. Hopefully though it will be worth more resale and those Vauxhall's like their oil.
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Smart Fortwo Coupe 1.0 Passion 2dr Personal contract hire, Annual mileage: 10000, only £92.76 pm, 10k mileage (£350 process fee) £2,585.04

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Great deal for a brand new car, only £92.75 pm plus a one off £350 admin fee, I know not to everyone's liking but got to get some heat on price and mileage... And remember £0 road tax!!
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Great deal...heat from me and just purchased. Thanks :). Was approved in less than an hour and delivery in 1 week!
sofiasar
ok if you are single ;)


Think you'll find two people will fit in this....
ok if you are single ;)
Muir
thespiderpig
Great price, shame they don't have any option for auto

I agree, all of the hot deals (and this is definitely hot) seem to be for manuals unfortunately.


The deals are hard to find but they are there. ​http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/skoda-yeti-5-door-2-0-tdi-scr-150-personal-lease-24-mth-deposit-600-48-fees-180-2453362
We got the above deal. It was expired quickly because it was on the petrol not the diesel ot was listed on, but still a cracking deal. Once you see a hot lease deal spend 15 mins on contract hire and leasing looking through the deals and you can often find the exact same deal direct with the dealer without the admin fee. It works about 50% of the time, and saved us £180 on this deal!
Bear in mind all leases are £0 road tax as the lease company pays it (although you can be liable for the difference if it increases in the life of your lease).
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this deal still available?
7oe

24 month lease hire, 8,000 miles per year
I noticed a few car lease sites have the same format as yes-lease. Is it a franchise?
I've just phoned them up to ask a couple of questions, all the standard paint colours have now gone there is now just a choice of two colours which are Deep Black (pearl) or Indium Grey both costing an extra £500+ so now making this deal £182.51 per month................hmmm :(
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Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Flair 5dr Personal contract hire 10k pa 14 month lease (Term £1,621.07) @ Yes Lease

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Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Flair 5dr Personal contract hire £32.39 incl VAT monthly rentals £1200.00 incl VAT initial rental Personal contract hire Contract term : 14 months Rental profi…
one2omg Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago10 Comments
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FYA I posted the other deal for the 18 months lease for this car with TFS Leasing which got a lot of heat. However, I took this deal to Citroen Dealer themselves and they price matched this and agreed to buy my current car, which covered the cost of the deposit. I got a 24 month 10k per annum £120 per month lease for a Citroen C1 PureTech 82 manual 5-door Flair (with only 1 service needed at my own cost) for the same price as the standard version of the C1. It was a great deal and even TFS Leasing said it was great and they were unable to match this. I also understand that the Flair model is the better model which has a reversing camera, better interior and alloys etc...

It's worth talking about this to your local Citroen dealer.

Edited: I should also add that this includes 2 weeks of insurance for free when I pick up my car next week. Also no deposit or admin fees at all as I am trading in my current car


Edited By: Dewhurst93 on Jul 01, 2016 10:52
this is a great deal http://www.vehiclesforbusiness.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/citroen/c1-hatchback/12-puretech-feel-5dr-76401312

£90.20 p/month, + £360 processing fee: 18 months

Edited By: simba2585 on Jun 28, 2016 11:45
one2omg
manicmidlander
sometimes you can haggle on the admin or processing fee. Did that on my last lease and got it fee free
Well, that is good news! Think I'll do that on my next one. Thanks for the heads up! :)


​There's no guarantee but if you don't ask you don't get. I'm presently leasing a smart forfour from planyourcar.
manicmidlander
sometimes you can haggle on the admin or processing fee. Did that on my last lease and got it fee free
Well, that is good news! Think I'll do that on my next one. Thanks for the heads up! :)
sometimes you can haggle on the admin or processing fee. Did that on my last lease and got it fee free
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Smart Fortwo Coupe 0.9 Turbo Passion 2dr - Yes Lease £2,408.88

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This car seems to be a pretty decent deal when you compare it with other current smart car offers currently. I know these aren't for everyone, but they're an excellent city car. Only 1 payment upfr…
tonyleelambert Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago87 Comments
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looked at their website, no sign of this deal!
krokkodillo
Is this model exempt from congestion charge in London?


​not any more
ggilfedder
Anyone know if this deal is still on? If not is it available somewhere else? Thanks :)
no you have a week left to get a very similar offer as it has no deposit and 0% apr https://www.smart.com/uk/en/index/offers/personal-offers/fortwo-offers/fortwo-passion-agility-offer.html
No it's ended the cars has to be delivered by 30th June.
Anyone know if this deal is still on? If not is it available somewhere else? Thanks :)
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Volkswagen, Golf Diesel Hatchback 1.6 TDI 110 Match Edition 5dr NEW - Personal Contract Hire yes-lease.co.uk

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Brand New Volkswagen, Golf Diesel Hatchback 1.6 TDI 110 Match Edition 5dr £192.44 incl VAT monthly rental £192.44 incl VAT initial rental Contract term 24 months Rental profile 1 + 23 Annual
batezy_1984 Avatar6m, 2d agoFound 6 months, 2 days ago14 Comments
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check_your_bank
thebesttheworst
check_your_bank
5k is fine, the mileage is really irrelevant, if you do a lot of miles you will have to pay more, obviously. Maybe leasing isn't for high mileage drivers ?, if you do a ton of miles on it and they have to sell it after so obviously they will charge more the relative depreciation caused
The major concern is that with a diesel through a lease, there is no cover at all, even with maintained contract for the pesky DPF . They handicap diesels these days, if you aren't regularly driving long distance then you may soon require manual DPF cleaning @ approx £350 or worst replacement at @ approx £2k - so cheap diesel deal may be false economy if you do low mileage.
Getting a new car cheap to be used when its important is a god send though, and well worth the money, even if you are in the 5k club , there isn't a better option for those of us that do low mileage, and getting a bike wont help with the misses and kids aboard :D
Aaah so DPF failures or issues aren't covered under 3 year warranty at all ?
nope, they will of course for manufacturing issues , but issues relating to build up of soot in the filter and subsequent issues due to driving style or not doing regens i believe you will be held accountable for, i guess it should be considered maintenance on these cars , but i bet its not covered if you take a out a 'fully maintained' lease.

Thanks for your reply, much appreciated.
thebesttheworst
check_your_bank
5k is fine, the mileage is really irrelevant, if you do a lot of miles you will have to pay more, obviously. Maybe leasing isn't for high mileage drivers ?, if you do a ton of miles on it and they have to sell it after so obviously they will charge more the relative depreciation caused
The major concern is that with a diesel through a lease, there is no cover at all, even with maintained contract for the pesky DPF . They handicap diesels these days, if you aren't regularly driving long distance then you may soon require manual DPF cleaning @ approx £350 or worst replacement at @ approx £2k - so cheap diesel deal may be false economy if you do low mileage.
Getting a new car cheap to be used when its important is a god send though, and well worth the money, even if you are in the 5k club , there isn't a better option for those of us that do low mileage, and getting a bike wont help with the misses and kids aboard :D
Aaah so DPF failures or issues aren't covered under 3 year warranty at all ?

nope, they will of course for manufacturing issues , but issues relating to build up of soot in the filter and subsequent issues due to driving style or not doing regens i believe you will be held accountable for, i guess it should be considered maintenance on these cars , but i bet its not covered if you take a out a 'fully maintained' lease.
check_your_bank
5k is fine, the mileage is really irrelevant, if you do a lot of miles you will have to pay more, obviously. Maybe leasing isn't for high mileage drivers ?, if you do a ton of miles on it and they have to sell it after so obviously they will charge more the relative depreciation caused
The major concern is that with a diesel through a lease, there is no cover at all, even with maintained contract for the pesky DPF . They handicap diesels these days, if you aren't regularly driving long distance then you may soon require manual DPF cleaning @ approx £350 or worst replacement at @ approx £2k - so cheap diesel deal may be false economy if you do low mileage.
Getting a new car cheap to be used when its important is a god send though, and well worth the money, even if you are in the 5k club , there isn't a better option for those of us that do low mileage, and getting a bike wont help with the misses and kids aboard :D

Aaah so DPF failures or issues aren't covered under 3 year warranty at all ?
5k is fine, the mileage is really irrelevant, if you do a lot of miles you will have to pay more, obviously. Maybe leasing isn't for high mileage drivers ?, if you do a ton of miles on it and they have to sell it after so obviously they will charge more the relative depreciation caused

The major concern is that with a diesel through a lease, there is no cover at all, even with maintained contract for the pesky DPF . They handicap diesels these days, if you aren't regularly driving long distance then you may soon require manual DPF cleaning @ approx £350 or worst replacement at @ approx £2k - so cheap diesel deal may be false economy if you do low mileage.

Getting a new car cheap to be used when its important is a god send though, and well worth the money, even if you are in the 5k club , there isn't a better option for those of us that do low mileage, and getting a bike wont help with the misses and kids aboard :D
5k on diesel....
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New Kia Sportage Lease £183 initial payment and £183 per month, 10,000 miles per year (2 years) Total 4,392.00 @ Yes Lease

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New Kia Sportage on personal lease £183 initial payment and £183 per month, 10,000miles per year and includes road tax!! Can't be bad to that price Plus £358 processing fee. Total £4,750. -
eamoncooke Avatar6m, 3d agoFound 6 months, 3 days ago119 Comments
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The CRD1 1.7 version works out £196.92 inc VAT.

Edited By: Smello on Jun 13, 2016 11:36
New to this sort of thing but what's better, PCH or PCP? Prices seem a fair bit more for PCP (ok, only comparing main dealership PCP versus internet PCH).
irrelevant comment, best to say nothing when you've been corrected otherwise you just look stupid
iandvedwards
OrribleHarry
golf r only 21 a month more
What a pointless comment this is a family 4x4, a Golf R is a boy racer car, two totally different non comparable vehicles.
Golf if 5 doors is still a traditional family hatch....

A family of what? Baseball cap wearing chavs?
age before beauty son.
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Lease Deal - Volkswagen Up Hatchback 1.0 Move Up 5dr -8000miles- £108 per month £2,604.00

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This has aircon and DAB. Quite a good price I think. 2 Year term, with 8,000 miles per year Initial rental: £647.88 plus 23 months at £71.99 Processing fee: £300 Average monthly cost = £108.…
redadmiral Avatar8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago50 Comments
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I sorted one of these out with Yes Lease yesterday by a girl named Jess who I must say was absolutely lovely to deal with. I had to pay for Metallic paint as they explained to me that the solid cars had gone not because they have them on a forecourt but what was in stock at the port as the vehicles has to be taxed and registered this month to get some special discount from VW themselves, but who wants a red car anyway
rickgitbaker
Beware of this company... the deals they post are generally not fully available as they are stock cars mainly and options/alike cannot be added.
They messed us about with the Polo GTI and we've heard a few others did too. Be careful.

Seems I was right - up to their old tricks.
lj2015
This place is dodgy as **** imo. (And only been trading for a year or two).
Read a few forum posts from other people saying that most of their "deals" don't even exist but priced low to lure you in.
You are right, see the reply I got:
"Great news we have had the approval back for the VW UP.

We only have Mayan Blue left and that colour is a cost option will this be ok.

So the deal will be 9+23 – 8k per annum - £93.71 including vat."

So it is £600 more than the deal.
This place is dodgy as **** imo. (And only been trading for a year or two).

Read a few forum posts from other people saying that most of their "deals" don't even exist but priced low to lure you in.

Edited By: lj2015 on Mar 26, 2016 14:01: Waffle
Tequila
asking for free insurance on such lease deals isn't really asking too much.
some people seem to be get used to getting ripped in this country so much that they write sarcastic coments such as (I want free petrol and parking too),whereas free insurance on a lease deal is actually something that should be there in the package.keep doing that and soon you will be voting hot and pay more for even less.;)


Glad I'm not the only one who thinks re: free insurance
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