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Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.25 82 Zetec Navigation 5dr £152 a month, 4 year lease £7,313.47 @ Yes Lease

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£152 a month, if my maths are correct. Any good? 4 year lease deal, 10k mileage per year. Read More
£152 a month, if my maths are correct. Any good? 4 year lease deal, 10k mileage per year.
chrismad4rit Avatar4d, 23h agoFound 4 days, 23 hours ago5 Comments
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Thanks for the advice
can buy new ish fiesta for that much and can get minimum half that back after 4 years use.
Agreed, not much point leasing this over a 4 year term.

Only about £3k to £4k less than buying outright, and you'll still incur the same maintenance costs. New model is imminent and these are being sold off cheap now to make way.
I'd sooner pay slightly more for 2x 2 year leases of this - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ford-focus-hatchback-1-0-ecoboost-125-st-line-navigation-5dr2-year-lease-from-lease-2722542

Four year leases don't appeal to me, what if you circumstances change after two years (for better or worse)? You'll still have two years to go. Plus, if you don't like it, you are stuck with it.
IMO you're better off with the Focus 2-year lease. It's a higher spec ST-Line 125, but more importantly it only works out a little bit more expensive per year.

By the time you include the fact you will need to MOT this, possibly replace the tyres, you end up paying about the same for the focus which is a better car all round, and you'll get to change into something fresh in two years.

If you want a Fiesta (I own one and they're fantastic), there's a new one out soon so there'll be better deals than this soon I reckon
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Ford Focus Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Navigation 5dr 2 year lease from Yes Lease total of £4,056 £4,056.00

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Spotted this deal last night and after looking at the higher prices quoted on other leasing sites rang up and ordered first thing this morning. Ford Focus 1.0 Ecoboost 125 ST-Line Navigation 5 door f… Read More
Spotted this deal last night and after looking at the higher prices quoted on other leasing sites rang up and ordered first thing this morning. Ford Focus 1.0 Ecoboost 125 ST-Line Navigation 5 door f…
fossman Avatar5d, 5h agoFound 5 days, 5 hours ago137 Comments
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Only had more power when turbo kicks in? Putting a hair dryer in a car that size and weight then compensating it with a turbo defeats the whole point of it being energy efficient hence worse mpg Average than a 2008 1.6 FACT yes still gets 3/4 stars average most reviews BUT look at Pre ecoboost reviews
monkey1999
bilbob
monkey1999
bilbob
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MaximusRo
monkey1999
118luke
monkey1999
Good deal hate new eco boost though turbos make up for hairdryer engine so get 30 mpg not 65 as turbo constantly on
Easier for the manufacturers to claim good mpg figures. Pretty sure when they test them they will be driving as gently as possible to prevent the turbo from spooling up a lot.
So essentially the figures they present will be for a 1.0 N/A car not a 1.0 Turbo.
Of course in real life you'll struggle to avoid using the turbo, hence the MPG will be a lot worse.
Shocking had old and new focus they have ruined a great car
Could you please elaborate a bit?
Heard this more than once, but not sure what it means, why was the old model better?
Had 08 1.6 Zetec brilliant car then traded for ecoboost as no longer 1.6 etc ecoboost vastly underpowered for a car that size weight then add a famliy shocking mpg ford made a huge mistake I got rid asap
Funny that, as this ecoboost has more power and torque than a 1.6 petrol old version. Our 1.0 ecoboost is currently averaging 41.6 after owning for a week, and climbing as we adapt to the driving style...
Yes with a turbo constantly running it does have More power ? Then u don't get 42mpg it's a con u obviously never owned neither also 1 litre car that size and weight bound to get head gasket problems etc
Hate to tell you this, but if you drive *any* car using all its power, then you'll get rubbish mpg... you don't need to have the turbo in this contributing all the time. I sit at 50-60 on the country roads and it's hovering between 30mpg and 80, depending on the slope of the current hill :)
And have you chosen to ignore my other comments in this thread? I OWN one of these... albeit the titanium model, and I've reported on my own mpg in normal driving...
But you go ahead and see what you want to see.
U owned both ? U don't think a 1 litre focus is bad idea ? My point is the turbo kicks in constantly as it's struggling Not driving like a loon not just my opinion just google ecoboost reviews or ask a mechanic ! this was a huge mistake by ford to put in a famliy car I loved my focus and miss it but I hated my ecoboost and most people online say the same
This is getting dreary now, so this is my last comment...
No, I've not owned both. But you started out by saying the ecoboost was 'vastly underpowered'. Direct quote. I responded by saying it had more power and torque than the model you compared it to. Then you shifted the goalposts and referred to MPG. I pointed out that any car has poor mpg if you have a heavy foot.
Now YOU may have found that in YOUR driving style, you found the newer engine gave worse economy, but that's not the experience of most.
And no, I don't think a 1.0 litre engine is a bad idea. It's called engineering. Can achieve wonderful things when implemented correctly.
If that 1.0 was not the right engine for you, then it's right that you changed, but for many (probably most) then it is a perfectly good compromise between performance and economy. Want economy? Drive lightly, change early, and slow down. Want performance? Put your boot down and enjoy, but watch the fuel gauge.
You simply *don't* have to drive it everywhere with the turbo spinning. If *YOU* do, then it's down to your driving, or your car was faulty. Otherwise how can I be getting the economy we are getting?
If you don't want to get with the times, and alter your driving style to adapt, then that's up to you, but as time goes on, you will find it harder and harder to find naturally aspirated engines with the go you want.
And I still struggle to understand how you think a 100 HP 1.6 focus is nippier than a 125 hp focus, with stacks more torque...
Oh, and last comment:
http://www.autotrader.co.uk/car-reviews/ford/focus/f9147e005aee8f2471f6553e785466f3
Plenty of reviews there, vast majority positive. Not all for EB engine, but plenty are.
bilbob
monkey1999
bilbob
monkey1999
MaximusRo
monkey1999
118luke
monkey1999
Good deal hate new eco boost though turbos make up for hairdryer engine so get 30 mpg not 65 as turbo constantly on
Easier for the manufacturers to claim good mpg figures. Pretty sure when they test them they will be driving as gently as possible to prevent the turbo from spooling up a lot.
So essentially the figures they present will be for a 1.0 N/A car not a 1.0 Turbo.
Of course in real life you'll struggle to avoid using the turbo, hence the MPG will be a lot worse.
Shocking had old and new focus they have ruined a great car
Could you please elaborate a bit?
Heard this more than once, but not sure what it means, why was the old model better?
Had 08 1.6 Zetec brilliant car then traded for ecoboost as no longer 1.6 etc ecoboost vastly underpowered for a car that size weight then add a famliy shocking mpg ford made a huge mistake I got rid asap
Funny that, as this ecoboost has more power and torque than a 1.6 petrol old version. Our 1.0 ecoboost is currently averaging 41.6 after owning for a week, and climbing as we adapt to the driving style...
Yes with a turbo constantly running it does have More power ? Then u don't get 42mpg it's a con u obviously never owned neither also 1 litre car that size and weight bound to get head gasket problems etc
Hate to tell you this, but if you drive *any* car using all its power, then you'll get rubbish mpg... you don't need to have the turbo in this contributing all the time. I sit at 50-60 on the country roads and it's hovering between 30mpg and 80, depending on the slope of the current hill :)
And have you chosen to ignore my other comments in this thread? I OWN one of these... albeit the titanium model, and I've reported on my own mpg in normal driving...
But you go ahead and see what you want to see.


U owned both ? U don't think a 1 litre focus is bad idea ? My point is the turbo kicks in constantly as it's struggling Not driving like a loon not just my opinion just google ecoboost reviews or ask a mechanic ! this was a huge mistake by ford to put in a famliy car I loved my focus and miss it but I hated my ecoboost and most people online say the same
monkey1999
bilbob
monkey1999
MaximusRo
monkey1999
118luke
monkey1999
Good deal hate new eco boost though turbos make up for hairdryer engine so get 30 mpg not 65 as turbo constantly on
Easier for the manufacturers to claim good mpg figures. Pretty sure when they test them they will be driving as gently as possible to prevent the turbo from spooling up a lot.
So essentially the figures they present will be for a 1.0 N/A car not a 1.0 Turbo.
Of course in real life you'll struggle to avoid using the turbo, hence the MPG will be a lot worse.
Shocking had old and new focus they have ruined a great car
Could you please elaborate a bit?
Heard this more than once, but not sure what it means, why was the old model better?
Had 08 1.6 Zetec brilliant car then traded for ecoboost as no longer 1.6 etc ecoboost vastly underpowered for a car that size weight then add a famliy shocking mpg ford made a huge mistake I got rid asap
Funny that, as this ecoboost has more power and torque than a 1.6 petrol old version. Our 1.0 ecoboost is currently averaging 41.6 after owning for a week, and climbing as we adapt to the driving style...
Yes with a turbo constantly running it does have More power ? Then u don't get 42mpg it's a con u obviously never owned neither also 1 litre car that size and weight bound to get head gasket problems etc
Hate to tell you this, but if you drive *any* car using all its power, then you'll get rubbish mpg... you don't need to have the turbo in this contributing all the time. I sit at 50-60 on the country roads and it's hovering between 30mpg and 80, depending on the slope of the current hill :)
And have you chosen to ignore my other comments in this thread? I OWN one of these... albeit the titanium model, and I've reported on my own mpg in normal driving...
But you go ahead and see what you want to see.
bilbob
monkey1999
MaximusRo
monkey1999
118luke
monkey1999
Good deal hate new eco boost though turbos make up for hairdryer engine so get 30 mpg not 65 as turbo constantly on
Easier for the manufacturers to claim good mpg figures. Pretty sure when they test them they will be driving as gently as possible to prevent the turbo from spooling up a lot.
So essentially the figures they present will be for a 1.0 N/A car not a 1.0 Turbo.
Of course in real life you'll struggle to avoid using the turbo, hence the MPG will be a lot worse.
Shocking had old and new focus they have ruined a great car
Could you please elaborate a bit?
Heard this more than once, but not sure what it means, why was the old model better?
Had 08 1.6 Zetec brilliant car then traded for ecoboost as no longer 1.6 etc ecoboost vastly underpowered for a car that size weight then add a famliy shocking mpg ford made a huge mistake I got rid asap
Funny that, as this ecoboost has more power and torque than a 1.6 petrol old version. Our 1.0 ecoboost is currently averaging 41.6 after owning for a week, and climbing as we adapt to the driving style...


Yes with a turbo constantly running it does have More power ? Then u don't get 42mpg it's a con u obviously never owned neither also 1 litre car that size and weight bound to get head gasket problems etc
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Volkswagen Polo Hatchback 1.8 TSI GTI 3dr DSG lease, 8k miles p/a, £209.99 P/M, no deposit, no fees, over 3 years £7,559.64 @ Yes car leasing

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For those that don't have the money for an upfront deposit for a car, this is a fantastic deal for a fast car over a three year period. 0 to 62 in 6.7 seconds! Faster than the Audi A4 deal that's cur… Read More
For those that don't have the money for an upfront deposit for a car, this is a fantastic deal for a fast car over a three year period. 0 to 62 in 6.7 seconds! Faster than the Audi A4 deal that's cur…
Jonneh Avatar5d, 9h agoFound 5 days, 9 hours ago19 Comments
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yes I kind of wanted a 3-yr deal so that you aren't constantly ticking down the months to having to do it all over again, but you are right tyres, brakes and wipers will all probably need doing in yr3
thelatics
Whether the cost of the lease is under 25% of the RRP, but I don't see how that works on a 3 yr deal as opposed to a 2 year deal.
£7,559/£20,835=36%
£7,559/3x2 / £20,835 = 24% I think this is the compare you are supposed to make (i.e. using a 2 year equivalent), otherwise no 3 or 4 year deal would ever meet this 25% magical desired equation.
So 25% is good, not great, but good.
As a compare, the 2x Audi A4 deals posted recently come out at about 22%, and actually about the same monthly cost (albeit with some pretty large upfront costs)

My bad, i only ever take 2 year deals - at times in the 3rd year you need tyres etc and servicing costs can eat into your margins. Plus with the speed of development i prefer to keep upto date sooner.
tighty
Im currently mid way through my 208 GTI deal which was at £142 + 1499 upfront. Its a awesome car but my son will be 17 when i need my next one so don't quite think it will be suitable.

Spoilsport.
yeah 25% rule only applies over a 24 month term, although I usually go off a £2500 per annum rule, anything under that and it's a goer for me. Currently have a Fiesta 1.0 Ecoboost Zetec (9+35) @ £126/month and a Kia Sportage 1.7CRDI (9+23) @ £142/month both with YesLease, so that's £5844 over 3 years for the Fiesta and £4794 over 2 years for the Sportage.

percentage wise that's 38% for the Fiesta and 24% for the Sportage, not bad imho.
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Smart Fortwo Coupe 1.0 Passion 2dr - 3 Year Lease - No Deposit £99.99 per month £3,900.00 @ Yes lease

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£3900.00 @ Yes Lease
Another deal from Yes Lease Engine size: 1 litre Doors: 2 Body type: Coupe Fuel type: Petrol Fuel delivery: Injection Transmission type: Manual Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive Number of Seats: 2 Insuran… Read More
Another deal from Yes Lease Engine size: 1 litre Doors: 2 Body type: Coupe Fuel type: Petrol Fuel delivery: Injection Transmission type: Manual Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive Number of Seats: 2 Insuran…
scottishpunter Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago4 Comments
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scottishpunter
qwerta369
I'm a Ling man myself

To be fair - so am I, have had 3 cars from her, great communication but I am not sure she is the cheapest.


I know you're right mate, it's the website. It's so cheap and tacky it makes you think all her deals must be cheap, even if they're not. Great business woman.
qwerta369
I'm a Ling man myself

To be fair - so am I, have had 3 cars from her, great communication but I am not sure she is the cheapest.
I'm a Ling man myself
Good deal if it suits your needs. I'm leasing a fofour night sky version for £98 per month. I'd be looking for a better spec than the basic passion though
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Smart Fortwo Coupe 1.0 Passion 2dr Personal Contract Hire - Yes Lease - 36 Months - £99.99p/m - £300 admin fee - £4,179.64 total

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Works out at £108.32p/m for a 10k p/a brand new car. £99.99 incl VAT monthly rentals £99.99 incl VAT initial rental £300.00 processing fee. Personal contract hire Contract term : 36 months R… Read More
Works out at £108.32p/m for a 10k p/a brand new car. £99.99 incl VAT monthly rentals £99.99 incl VAT initial rental £300.00 processing fee. Personal contract hire Contract term : 36 months R…
Dranny Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago17 Comments
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scottishpunter

It is a Personal Contract Hire deal - not an operating lease - I am not going to lease it anyway so something someone could check if they decide they do want to.
These Smart deals are 100% Operators Lease not Contract Hire, Road Tax for 12 months only.
From there website
About Personal Vehicle Leasing
Personal contract hire or personal car leasing as it's also known, is a fantastic way to save money on your motoring costs. Because the vehicle is owned by a finance company and then leased, you can enjoy the benefits of driving a brand new car without any of the drawbacks, such as depreciation, paying for road tax, maintenance costs and high monthly fees.
How Does Personal Car Leasing Work?
Car Leasing with Yes Lease couldn't be easier. All you have to do is follow these simple steps:
1) Browse our website to find your perfect deal (and if you're not sure, contact us and we can get the right lease for you).
2) Once you've found the deal for you, simply fill out the request a quote form and one of our expert advisors will get back to you. Alternatively, please call us on 01782 254444 and our team will be happy to get a quote to you.
3) Once your quote has been submitted, our team will find the best finance deal for you.
4) Next, we will send you the documents to be signed and sent back.
5) After the documents have returned, we will get to work preparing your car for a delivery date of your choice.
6) Finally, the car is delivered to your home - ready for you to take it out for a spin!

Congrats on the spam, this is referring to the more popular "Contract Hire". These Smart deals (offered by numerous companies) are not Contract Hire. They're on an Operators Lease (as mentioned 47 times before), this is not Contract Hire and does not include Road Tax for the full three years.
Mr.No
scottishpunter

It is a Personal Contract Hire deal - not an operating lease - I am not going to lease it anyway so something someone could check if they decide they do want to.
These Smart deals are 100% Operators Lease not Contract Hire, Road Tax for 12 months only.

From there website

About Personal Vehicle Leasing

Personal contract hire or personal car leasing as it's also known, is a fantastic way to save money on your motoring costs. Because the vehicle is owned by a finance company and then leased, you can enjoy the benefits of driving a brand new car without any of the drawbacks, such as depreciation, paying for road tax, maintenance costs and high monthly fees.

How Does Personal Car Leasing Work?

Car Leasing with Yes Lease couldn't be easier. All you have to do is follow these simple steps:

1) Browse our website to find your perfect deal (and if you're not sure, contact us and we can get the right lease for you).
2) Once you've found the deal for you, simply fill out the request a quote form and one of our expert advisors will get back to you. Alternatively, please call us on 01782 254444 and our team will be happy to get a quote to you.
3) Once your quote has been submitted, our team will find the best finance deal for you.
4) Next, we will send you the documents to be signed and sent back.
5) After the documents have returned, we will get to work preparing your car for a delivery date of your choice.
6) Finally, the car is delivered to your home - ready for you to take it out for a spin!
scottishpunter

It is a Personal Contract Hire deal - not an operating lease - I am not going to lease it anyway so something someone could check if they decide they do want to.

These Smart deals are 100% Operators Lease not Contract Hire, Road Tax for 12 months only.
scottishpunter
Mr.No
scottishpunter

Clearly says Road tax included - not Road Tax for 1st year - What makes you think only one year, would be really unusual?
Road tax included:tick
Not unusual at all, these are Operating Lease not Contract Hire. We've had a couple through the business in the past, just 12 months road tax included (which was fine before the new tax rules) but now you need to cough up another £280 for years 2 and 3.

It is a Personal Contract Hire deal - not an operating lease - I am not going to lease it anyway so something someone could check if they decide they do want to.



my lease included the road tax / ved. Best to get this confirmed by anyone going for this.
Mr.No
scottishpunter

Clearly says Road tax included - not Road Tax for 1st year - What makes you think only one year, would be really unusual?
Road tax included:tick
Not unusual at all, these are Operating Lease not Contract Hire. We've had a couple through the business in the past, just 12 months road tax included (which was fine before the new tax rules) but now you need to cough up another £280 for years 2 and 3.

It is a Personal Contract Hire deal - not an operating lease - I am not going to lease it anyway so something someone could check if they decide they do want to.


Edited By: scottishpunter on May 16, 2017 12:18
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Nissan micra 1.2 acenta 5dr lease £111.98/month / £111.98 deposit 47 months Total £5,675.05 @ Yes lease

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New model Nissan micra Lease on a 1+47 profile 6,000 annual mileage 111.98 deposit and 111.98 a month for 47 months Seems a good deal for a well reviewed car with lots of extra features Total pr… Read More
New model Nissan micra Lease on a 1+47 profile 6,000 annual mileage 111.98 deposit and 111.98 a month for 47 months Seems a good deal for a well reviewed car with lots of extra features Total pr…
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This is definitely the old Micra - there is currently no 1.2 Acenta model in the new Micra. Only a 0.9 that has 71hp and a 1.0 that has 90hp (both Mark IV Renault Clio).
It's cheap but....

Be wary 4 years is a long commitment if your circumstances change.

Also you won't be covered by manufacturers warranty in the final year.
Good deal
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FUGLY - Nissan Juke Visia - 1.6 no deposit 3 years - £150.19 per month - £5,706.00 @ Yes Lease

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Ok, lease = cold + Juke = cold. But this is no deposit 3 years new car £150 a month. Nissan Juke Hatchback 1.6 Visia 5dr Personal Lease Deal Just £150.19 Per month, including VAT Personal contra… Read More
Ok, lease = cold + Juke = cold. But this is no deposit 3 years new car £150 a month. Nissan Juke Hatchback 1.6 Visia 5dr Personal Lease Deal Just £150.19 Per month, including VAT Personal contra…
scottishpunter Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago164 Comments
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soldierboy001
fossman
Has anyone ordered a car from Yes Lease before?I've seen a deal that I want so how do I proceed? Do I ask for a quote, ask for a call back, apply for finance or wait until tomorrow and give them a call?


Yes.


Thanks mate.

Gave them a call first thing this morning and had the car ordered by 9.30am.
fossman
Has anyone ordered a car from Yes Lease before?I've seen a deal that I want so how do I proceed? Do I ask for a quote, ask for a call back, apply for finance or wait until tomorrow and give them a call?


Yes.
Has anyone ordered a car from Yes Lease before?

I've seen a deal that I want so how do I proceed? Do I ask for a quote, ask for a call back, apply for finance or wait until tomorrow and give them a call?
Called Yes Lease and they said this has expired but hopefully it will come up again.
looking at this car, I am wondering why is this deal so hot!!?? whats the point of specs when the car is so ugly
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Nissan Juke 5dr 1.6 Visia 10,000 miles per year £150.59pm - £150.59 initial payment (£300 processing fee) Yeslease (Term = £5,721.24)

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Great deal for anyone who doesn't have a large deposit to put down. Read More
Great deal for anyone who doesn't have a large deposit to put down.
Davies79 Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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has anyone used this company before?
northbank1886
I suppose at least you don't have to own this monstrosity of a car and can give it back!

heat for the price, but that's it.


I love my Juke - fab car to own and drive
M_z
northbank1886
I suppose at least you don't have to own this monstrosity of a car and can give it back!
heat for the price, but that's it.
Looks especially good in the banana yellow though, don't you think?


Picture didn't load when I first looked.....I stand corrected, it's a thing of beauty, a real master piece oO
guttediam
M_z
northbank1886
I suppose at least you don't have to own this monstrosity of a car and can give it back!
heat for the price, but that's it.
Looks especially good in the banana yellow though, don't you think?


I luv the colour 8)


i love the colour too but the 1.6 ain't valued much.
M_z
northbank1886
I suppose at least you don't have to own this monstrosity of a car and can give it back!
heat for the price, but that's it.
Looks especially good in the banana yellow though, don't you think?


I luv the colour 8)
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SEAT, Ateca Estate 1.0 TSI Ecomotive S 5dr 177.85 £4,268.40 @ Yes Lease

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Yes i know its a 1.0 however this is a generous sized family car something i have been looking for personally and little initial payment. Contract term 24 months Rental profile1 + 23Annual mileage… Read More
Yes i know its a 1.0 however this is a generous sized family car something i have been looking for personally and little initial payment. Contract term 24 months Rental profile1 + 23Annual mileage…
ilikedeals21 Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago181 Comments
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hip-hoppopotamus
Seat said I had to pay the rfl. I didn't know, only had one lease before and it was tax exempt.



If you look at what the deal includes it states road tax included. So you have been told a fib.
hip-hoppopotamus
Seat said I had to pay the rfl. I didn't know, only had one lease before and it was tax exempt.


Picked my Ateca up on Friday, have you got yours yet?
Blu1
Why is this deal not available?
It's expired.
Why is this deal not available?
ilikedeals21

Yes i know its a 1.0 however this is a generous sized family car something i have been looking for personally and little initial payment.
Contract term 24 months
Rental profile1 + 23Annual mileage 8000
Processing fee £300.00
Finance doc fee £0.00
Production status Current model
Warranty included yes
Breakdown cover yes
165.35x24 = 3968.40
processing fee = £300
total - 4268.40
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MINI Cooper D Hatchback 1.5 3dr 36 Month Lease at yes-lease.co.uk £6,779.64

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£179.99 incl VAT monthly rentals £179.99 incl VAT initial rental £300 fee Personal contract hire Contract term : 36 months Rental profile : 1 + 35 Annual mileage : 8000 All in over 3 years = Read More
£179.99 incl VAT monthly rentals £179.99 incl VAT initial rental £300 fee Personal contract hire Contract term : 36 months Rental profile : 1 + 35 Annual mileage : 8000 All in over 3 years =
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Cant see the deal anymore
borosidf
All in over 3 years = £6779.64
RRP £16925.00
40% of value after 3 years.
it means you can buy the car after 3 years and need to pay about 10k?

It's a PCH not a PCP. You have no option to buy the car.
All in over 3 years = £6779.64
RRP £16925.00
40% of value after 3 years.

it means you can buy the car after 3 years and need to pay about 10k?
£188.32/net/mth a great deal for a MINI? Hmmm...
backinstock
I like seeing a nice young lady in a mini.
Small man syndrome...
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Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr £4,869.84 total at yes-lease.co.uk

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Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr for just £189.16pm and NO DEPOSIT. 24 months no down payment. 330 processing fee. 4869.84 total. 8000 miles. Thought this was a good deal s… Read More
Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr for just £189.16pm and NO DEPOSIT. 24 months no down payment. 330 processing fee. 4869.84 total. 8000 miles. Thought this was a good deal s…
Lionel1 Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago8 Comments
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kpmatthews
pete_l
8000 miles is less than 10 miles each way per working day for 2 years. And for that you're paying nearly £5000 + insurance + fuel + maintenance.
If it is only for 1 occupant, you'd be better off buying a bicycle.
8,000 miles per year i would expect
That would make it more reasonable ;)
pete_l
8000 miles is less than 10 miles each way per working day for 2 years. And for that you're paying nearly £5000 + insurance + fuel + maintenance.
If it is only for 1 occupant, you'd be better off buying a bicycle.
8,000 miles per year i would expect
pete_l
8000 miles is less than 10 miles each way per working day for 2 years. And for that you're paying nearly £5000 + insurance + fuel + maintenance.
If it is only for 1 occupant, you'd be better off buying a bicycle.


Well, if you want to be picky, it'll be even cheaper to walk, be that one person or five!
8000 miles is less than 10 miles each way per working day for 2 years. And for that you're paying nearly £5000 + insurance + fuel + maintenance.
If it is only for 1 occupant, you'd be better off buying a bicycle.
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Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr 24 Months Lease £4,716.00 @ Yes lease

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£183.62 x 23 = £4223.26 £183.62 Initial £300 fee 8k miles per annum Total £4716 all in over two years.
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ikky101
POWYSWALES
This or try and get another year out of my reliant rialto

https://s14.postimg.org/whtky5nhd/6836991.jpgfree photo upload


Keep this! Did you know cops aren't allowed to give chase to a 3 wheel car ;)

that's because they can just walk along side it until it runs out of petrol
Mada06
POWYSWALES
This or try and get another year out of my reliant rialto]

What possible benefit would your comment have on anyone reading this thread?


Easy to realise you don't need a flash car doh
mark_trev
always one to joke about rubbish cars but I actually think they have made an effort with this one
it genuinely (arguably) looks good for an estate - prefer it to the boring standard german alternativeshttp://images.car.bauercdn.com/pagefiles/9806/1752x1168/kiasportspace2.jpg?mode=max&quality=90&scale=downhttp://images.honestjohn.co.uk/imagecache/file/fit/730x700/media/8726534/Kia~Sportspace~(2).jpg

Concept!

Edited By: muffboy on Feb 16, 2017 18:27
always one to joke about rubbish cars but I actually think they have made an effort with this one
it genuinely (arguably) looks good for an estate - prefer it to the boring standard german alternatives

http://images.car.bauercdn.com/pagefiles/9806/1752x1168/kiasportspace2.jpg?mode=max&quality=90&scale=down

http://images.honestjohn.co.uk/imagecache/file/fit/730x700/media/8726534/Kia~Sportspace~(2).jpg
POWYSWALES
This or try and get another year out of my reliant rialtohttps://s14.postimg.org/whtky5nhd/6836991.jpgfree photo upload
Thought you were a Dacia kind of guy. Moving up in the world.
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Citroen C3 Diesel Hatchback 1.6 BlueHDi 100 Flair 5dr Personal contract hire £106.79 incl VAT monthly rental - £1198.80 incl VAT initial rental - Initial rental + 23 Rentals £3,654.97 @ Yes Lease

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shopar_artiz Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago25 Comments
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Good price for a personal contract
andrisan10
Denny185
you missed off the £300 fee which seems rather high to me. Brings this to about £164.80 a month. My Peugeot gti deal runs out this month, not sure this will be replacing it.....


my peugeot gti deal expires as well...what to do??


im sure there are hundreds of us! come on lease companies recognise the potential market:)
Denny185
you missed off the £300 fee which seems rather high to me. Brings this to about £164.80 a month. My Peugeot gti deal runs out this month, not sure this will be replacing it.....


my peugeot gti deal expires as well...what to do??
At one time only 20 year old cars used to run around with odd colour panels - now they sell them like it from new! Suppose it's the car equivalent of jeans with holes in them from new :)
mrunderhill2
Maca21
Who does 5000 miles?
Someone who lives 10 miles from their work, works 5 days a week has 4 weeks holiday, gets their shopping delivered, goes on holiday on a plane and gets a taxi when going out at night.
Should easily leave them 200 miles to drive to and from the garage getting it repaired.

Close enough - I live 10.1 miles from work and I get 5 weeks holiday a year! We use my wife's car for shopping and evening/weekend driving, so I do just under 5000 miles a year in my car. I do have to drive 2 miles to/from the garage to fill up every few weeks, but there are a few bank holidays that compensate for those extra miles!
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Yes Lease: Ford Fiesta 1.0L 140 ST Line £177.84 pm, £177.84 upfront + £300 processing fee 36 months personal lease from yes lease. Total deal = £6,702.00

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thought this was a good deal. Also speaking with an adviser, the £300 processing fee can also be spread over the 36 months so taking you monthly payments up to around £185. The only up front payment
shelllou11 Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago22 Comments
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we have a zetec.s lovely car to drive
I'm sure I read somewhere that Ford have had to limit the amount of torque available in 1st and 2nd gears as the gearbox couldn't handle it. Guess it would explain the slow 0-60 time.
Its the st 'LINE' not the ST - which is just what they've renamed the zetec s

They dont need it to go any faster than 9s as its target is people who want the sportier styling on a pretty much bog standard fiesta, plus it would ruin sales on the ST's if it did

I have seen graphs of people getting up to 200bhp out of their 1L ecoboost engines though, but apparently they didnt last very long...
Lets just agree that 9s is **** slow
bbfb123
For a car as small as a fiesta with 140 bhp 9 seconds is slow. My focus ecoboost which weighs 2 tonnes does 0-60 in only 8.3 seconds and its 150 bhp. Plus the fiesta is half a tonne lighter.

That doesn't add up imo.


Depends on gearing as well, not just power to weight.
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Volkswagen Scirocco Diesel Coupe 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech R Line 3dr DSG Personal 24 month Lease - Total deal £6,261.84 @ Yes Lease

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Contract term:24 months Rental profile:1 + 23 Annual mileage:8000 23 monthly rentals of:£248.41 Initial rental:£248.41 Processing fee:£300.00
Cobman Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago12 Comments
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defgimp

But £30k (the drivethedeal price for the same spec new car) on a 2 year loan costs £32k (Sainsbury's @ 6.7%, the rate for 30k) and has repayments of £1350ish a month?

Obviously, the longer you own said car, the more cost effective it becomes, even if you keep it ten years and it's worth a grand at the end of it, it's still deprecated at around £60 a week!

After 2 years you'll struggle to get £25k+ back out of a second hand "thirsty" Scirocco?

Never been brought up to rent anything, have always saved for it, which is great, but not necessarily the best option for a depreciating "asset"?

Just saying like ;)

If you take that Sainsburys loan out, you will have fully paid off the car at 2 years old vs having paid off 2 years worth of interest + depreciation if you PCP -an unfair comparison.

If you want THIS car then you will lose less on this lease than depreciation on a retail car bought cash with a good level of discount (not the case for other cars). You'd be looking at about £20k trade-in or £21-22k private sale if you can stand the tyre kickers. As for "thirsty" - mpg is dependent on how you drive it, the length of your commute, how congested it is etc. But for context, I used to have a 170TDI Scirocco, and a 174TDI Golf GTD, and for me it was good for about 46mpg on an 8 mile commute, 52mpg on a 20 mile drive, and 59mpg sitting at 80 on the motorway on a long journey in the Summer. These diesels are a lot more frugal when they're warm than when they're cold - hence poor for short journeys from a mpg view. I used to love my 2009 140TDI and 2011 170TDI Sciroccos, but the car is a bit long in the tooth and desperate for an update on tech and chassis (the MQB chassis is a huge step up in ride and handling).
ianjury
Am I reading this right ? Pay over £6200 for two years driving and the car is not yours at the end ?

Yes, do you know that you only rent drinks too?
Sunni
ianjury
Am I reading this right ? Pay over £6200 for two years driving and the car is not yours at the end ?
Yes.
Or, buy a new car outright on a loan because you can't afford to have the car in the first place, signup to interest (which is the worst creation of mankind ever) and pay more for the car than it was ever worth in the first place. But at least you have a smile on your face...you have something you really shouldn't.
Of course, if you have the cash, you can buy a car outright and not sign up to interest. But try selling it after two years and if you've lost LESS than £6261.84 in depreciation you're a clever man.
Or buy a second hand banger.
So many choices!

Just agreeing with you really :)
But £30k (the drivethedeal price for the same spec new car) on a 2 year loan costs £32k (Sainsbury's @ 6.7%, the rate for 30k) and has repayments of £1350ish a month?

Obviously, the longer you own said car, the more cost effective it becomes, even if you keep it ten years and it's worth a grand at the end of it, it's still deprecated at around £60 a week!

After 2 years you'll struggle to get £25k+ back out of a second hand "thirsty" Scirocco?

Never been brought up to rent anything, have always saved for it, which is great, but not necessarily the best option for a depreciating "asset"?

Just saying like ;)
ianjury
Am I reading this right ? Pay over £6200 for two years driving and the car is not yours at the end ?
Yes.
Or, buy a new car outright on a loan because you can't afford to have the car in the first place, signup to interest (which is the worst creation of mankind ever) and pay more for the car than it was ever worth in the first place. But at least you have a smile on your face...you have something you really shouldn't.

Of course, if you have the cash, you can buy a car outright and not sign up to interest. But try selling it after two years and if you've lost LESS than £6261.84 in depreciation you're a clever man.

Or buy a second hand banger.

So many choices!
ianjury
Am I reading this right ? Pay over £6200 for two years driving and the car is not yours at the end ?
It's a rental. The car will never be yours.
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Nissan Juke Hatchback 1.2 DiG-T N-Connecta 5dr 10k 1+23 £171 (total deal - £4,412.00) @ Yes Lease

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jklondon
Anyone got a little baby and using this car if so good / bad experience? Can't fit a pram into my two-seater sports car :(


My pram fits in fine with plenty of room.Rear seating isn't that big but if it's children your carrying who cares they be fine and an ncap safety rating of 5 stars 87% and 81% for passengers is pretty decent for a small car.
Didn't like the juke at 1st but wanted a car that annoyed people and stands out.Reliability is decent with the juke in most surveys.Bought the Nismo rs version in black and absolutely love it.Fast cheap to insure and plenty of safety features and decent boot and to top it off cheap running costs.Only downside is the petrol tank is tiny but who cares.Worth every penny I paid for it and the Nismo version stands out from the rest
Anyone got a little baby and using this car if so good / bad experience? Can't fit a pram into my two-seater sports car :(
had one as courtesy car for a couple of weeks after wife crashed smax. quite nippy with the 1.5 dci. rear camera for parking horrible for parking at night. ugly. poor space for rear passengers.
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Volkswagen, Scirocco Diesel Coupe 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech R Line 3dr - lease - £233.77 No deposit £5,910.48 @ Yes Lease

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Volkswagen, Scirocco Diesel Coupe 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech R Line 3dr Contract term 24 months Rental profile 1 + 23 Annual mileage 8000 23 monthly rentals of £233.77 Initial rental £233.77 Proc… Read More
Volkswagen, Scirocco Diesel Coupe 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech R Line 3dr Contract term 24 months Rental profile 1 + 23 Annual mileage 8000 23 monthly rentals of £233.77 Initial rental £233.77 Proc…
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Mine arrived yesterday, very nice car! (wouldn't want to spend £30k+ on one though, don't mind using VW's money of course (_;))

Still not sure what you pay a leasing company for, especially if the deal is or was available through a dealership?
Well, know that now, will try a dealership direct first time next time.

Thanks OP
[/quote]got a similar mail - not happy :([/quote]
I can't understand where they are getting those figures from either. Current two year tax cost is £585. The new tax cost is £940. The extra difference is £355. Not £445.

And everyone one new the tax was going up. I fail to see how that's our problem. I've signed an order form at a price which says road tax is included throughout the term.
Bertos
Email received this morning: Cannot say I'm impressed.....!!!!!
"We have been advised that your vehicle may not arrive in time to beat the new VED cost applicable from the government to take place on the 1st April.
With this in mind there maybe a £445 increase on the car that you have ordered, meaning that the monthly payment would increase by approx. £17.50 per month"
Anyone else had the same?
got a similar mail - not happy :(
Bertos
Email received this morning: Cannot say I'm impressed.....!!!!!
"We have been advised that your vehicle may not arrive in time to beat the new VED cost applicable from the government to take place on the 1st April.
With this in mind there maybe a £445 increase on the car that you have ordered, meaning that the monthly payment would increase by approx. £17.50 per month"
Anyone else had the same?

I placed my order direct with VW (Vertu) and I recieved the following email a couple of weeks ago:

Good news! As your car was ordered before 1st March your vehicle will not be affected by the first vehicle license (VED) increase if it is going to be registered after 1st April.
Email received this morning: Cannot say I'm impressed.....!!!!!

"We have been advised that your vehicle may not arrive in time to beat the new VED cost applicable from the government to take place on the 1st April.

With this in mind there maybe a £445 increase on the car that you have ordered, meaning that the monthly payment would increase by approx. £17.50 per month"

Anyone else had the same?
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NEW Kia Sportage Lease 24m 8k miles £200pm NO DEPOSIT @ yes-lease.co.uk - £5,160.00

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Found this leasing deal for a brand new Kia Sportage. £200pm 24months NO deposit 8000 miles £200x24m = £4,800 total (+£360 admin fee) Seems much cheaper that other lease cars in similar ca… Read More
Found this leasing deal for a brand new Kia Sportage. £200pm 24months NO deposit 8000 miles £200x24m = £4,800 total (+£360 admin fee) Seems much cheaper that other lease cars in similar ca…
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DJ_Enigma
This deal long gone?
shame M5rcc wasn't long gone.
FarleyBlue

Found this leasing deal for a brand new Kia Sportage.
£200pm
24months
NO deposit
8000 miles
£200x24m = £4,800 total (+£360 admin fee)
Seems much cheaper that other lease cars in similar categories.
Was looking at buying a Sportage new, but sure the 2yr depreciation would be similar to the amount it would cost to lease?
Have seen better lease deals in the past, but this seems best at present.
Can also get 10,000 miles for £211pm (£5,064 total).
This deal long gone?
mannidin
Are you mad paying so much for a Kia cheap plastic car!


Are you mad making a dumb comment like that.Great car would choose one over a rubbish vw or bmw audi any day.
Bertz99
Maybe

No. Definitely.

Bertz99
And relevance?

VAG wanted to be #1 global producer.

Bertz99
When you stated "they didn't over-estimate - they got caught out."

That's not me disagreeing. Had they not got caught out, they would have continued on their trend.

[quote=Bertz99]Why wouldn't it be?

For the simple reason that the consumer in the UK drives the market. Given that you are the expert, are the top 10 cars sold in the UK, the same top 10 sold in say France or Germany or anywhere else?

Bertz99
Don't see what relevance your personal relationship with Michael Goves has in regard to car manufacturers business modelling within the UK. Perhaps thats one for the Daily Mirror rather than confessing here!

I don't have a "personal relationship" with Michael Gove. It was reference to "Britain has had enough of experts".

Bertz99
Never said I was just there are more productive things in life to be doing than "I am here all day for you if you want to continue a debate..."

Yet you are still here...
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Smart Fortwo Coupe 1.0 Passion lease 9+23 - £689.80 initial + £358.80 processing fee + £76.64 pm - £2,811.32 total @ Yes lease

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Personal contract hire for Smart ForTwo Coupe 1.0 Passion. Contract term is 24 months (9 + 23) with annual mileage 10,000. Cheaper than 1+23 as advertised previously. Its £76.64 a month. Processing fe… Read More
Personal contract hire for Smart ForTwo Coupe 1.0 Passion. Contract term is 24 months (9 + 23) with annual mileage 10,000. Cheaper than 1+23 as advertised previously. Its £76.64 a month. Processing fe…
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Show me where you can lease a "proper" one for £100 a month?
B-Woo
tom_gov
if your going to lease get a proper car bmw audi mercedes
Who do you think makes the smart branded cars?

You missed the keyword: "proper"
Jelly Bean
nearly £3k to drive this for 2 years?! i wouldn't even if someone paid me to. Death trap with that 1.0 and safety compromise all over the place, no space for anything.

Death trap with a 1.0 engine, what difference does the engine size? it probably gets as many, if not more, safety stars as any other 4/5 seat car and it will have all the latest safety tech, so saying it is a death trap w/o any evidence to back that up is just talking nonsense. Plus being small and easy to park etc is clearly part of the attraction, if you want more space then get the Forfour or C1 etc nobody is saying this car is right for everybody.
nearly £3k to drive this for 2 years?! i wouldn't even if someone paid me to. Death trap with that 1.0 and safety compromise all over the place, no space for anything.
boostii
Cute if you want one, but in what way is that a coupe? Yes it has two doors, but so does my house, I wouldn't call that a coupe. Before giving heat I would have to find out how much these are new and how much used after a year or two.
Any car with 2 doors and fixed roof usually defines a coupe, saying that though BMW in their infinite wisdom have named one of their 4 series (has 4 doors) Gran Coupe!
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Hyundai i40 diesel tourer 1.7crdi £149.99 (6+47) £7,949.47 @ Yes Lease

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Seems a good price for a relatively large car, same size as Passat/Mondeo/Mazda6. To add some perspective, a Seat Ibiza super mini will cost about £130-150 a month, this works out at apx £165 a month.…
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I don't think there are plenty of places now, there were more when I posted it. I'd agree the image is not in the same league as other brands but some people are not bothered as long as it's cheap to run and does the job.
winchman
m5rcc
winchman
Thought it was worth letting people know they can get a car this size for this price, yes, there is more than one company offering at this price, it doesn't make it a bad deal. As I said most cars this size are over £200 a month.
The lack of heat shows otherwise...
I think it's because it doesn't have an Audi badge..
Are there any other deals for vectra/Mondeo estates cheaper than this?

You are completely missing the point. It's not a deal as there are plenty of other places that does it for the same or slightly less in fact.

Non-Audi lease deals have done well previously on HUKD. The i40 is just has a lacklustre image and have you seen the boot shape?!
m5rcc
winchman
Thought it was worth letting people know they can get a car this size for this price, yes, there is more than one company offering at this price, it doesn't make it a bad deal. As I said most cars this size are over £200 a month.
The lack of heat shows otherwise...
I think it's because it doesn't have an Audi badge..

Are there any other deals for vectra/Mondeo estates cheaper than this?

Edited By: winchman on Dec 24, 2016 08:15: ll
winchman
Thought it was worth letting people know they can get a car this size for this price, yes, there is more than one company offering at this price, it doesn't make it a bad deal. As I said most cars this size are over £200 a month.

The lack of heat shows otherwise...
m5rcc
winchman
PulisOut
Looked in to these last year and bought a Honda Civic Tourer :-)
But this is lease deal, so get to give it back after 4 years.
As I said in the first post £899 up front initially, then £149.99 a month for the next 4 years. It averages out to about £165 a month, and there are no admin fees.
Standard net price per month for this car by most of the leasers, so not much of a deal...
Thought it was worth letting people know they can get a car this size for this price, yes, there is more than one company offering at this price, it doesn't make it a bad deal. As I said most cars this size are over £200 a month.
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