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Seat Leon Sport Coupe 1.4 EcoTSI 150 FR Titanium 24 month Car Lease Total £4,640.04 @ NVC

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Great spec car (FR Titanium model) with a sub 8 sec 0 - 62 and a 56.5mpg. List price starts at £21,575 and equipment includes: - 1.4 Eco TSI 150PS petrol engine - Sat nav - DAB radio - Rea…
LazyJesus Avatar3d, 12h agoFound 3 days, 12 hours ago48 Comments
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OrribleHarry
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OrribleHarry
Cold, unreliable and oversubscribed.
A focus is a much better car and can be had for similar money.
Unreliable? A German VW built car? You should probably check your facts.​

You should check YOURS its well know how unreliable VAG stuff is.


​Will do.
Kimboball
still unsure on these deals, cannot get my head around them! I would buy a car around 18months/2 years old with low mileage (lost quite a bit of value + still has manufacturing warranty!) I would keep the car for around 3 or even 4 years then sell and buy another, ok you are not getting a new car, but my last two only had 6k on the clock...why would I spend 5k to rent? the wife's Leon Fr (a fiesta St doesn't come close, you need to compare with Focus) has been great, look on auto trader and eBay for 2014/5 models / prices, not voted as I do not understand !

How much did the last car that you bought and then traded-in depreciate by over those 3 years? £6k? £7k?

Add to that VED costs, breakdown cover costs, MOT costs, servicing costs, repair bill costs that you paid for/non-warranty work costs, tyres that needed replacing etc.

If it worked out cheaper than £2300 per year then fair enough, but I doubt it did.

Edited By: karlie88 on Sep 25, 2016 19:47
Kimboball
still unsure on these deals, cannot get my head around them! I would buy a car around 18months/2 years old with low mileage (lost quite a bit of value + still has manufacturing warranty!) I would keep the car for around 3 or even 4 years then sell and buy another, ok you are not getting a new car, but my last two only had 6k on the clock...why would I spend 5k to rent? the wife's Leon Fr (a fiesta St doesn't come close, you need to compare with Focus) has been great, look on auto trader and eBay for 2014/5 models / prices, not voted as I do not understand !
how much money did you loose on the car your trading in after the 3 years??
Walpurgis
Talking about reliability on new cars is pretty moot these days as all new mainstream cars are generally pretty good. However, despite the BS marketing and perception, German cars and especially VW are not really up there with the best.
A recent J D Power dependability survey put VW at 6th position and SEAT at 8th in the UK. Mercedes, BMW and Audi were near the bottom of the table. Curiously, Skoda, which uses a lot of the same parts as VW and SEAT, was number one. They must screw them together better.
I've seen a few surveys showing BMW behind FIAT or Dacia, I think these studies should be taken with a pinch of salt
Kimboball
still unsure on these deals, cannot get my head around them! I would buy a car around 18months/2 years old with low mileage (lost quite a bit of value + still has manufacturing warranty!) I would keep the car for around 3 or even 4 years then sell and buy another, ok you are not getting a new car, but my last two only had 6k on the clock...why would I spend 5k to rent? the wife's Leon Fr (a fiesta St doesn't come close, you need to compare with Focus) has been great, look on auto trader and eBay for 2014/5 models / prices, not voted as I do not understand !
How much did you pay for the 6k miles car?
Because you could invest that money in some bank deposits that could bring you 5%/year

How much did you sell the car for? Because if you lost the same amount of money you obviously didn't get a better deal.

On a lease, you get a few paid extras like road tax and breakdown cover.
Of course you would also have to do an mot on yours every year while you would not need one on a new car.

Put these costs and figures on paper or better yet, here, and we'll see what is the better deal.
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fulton foods cheetham hill closing down today as lease is up ,every thing left half price

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grab a bargain as this store is closing down today as its lease is up everything is half marked price the store is on bury old road near tesco cheetham hill
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went yesterday. not much left.
Wow!
I love fulton foods... great bargains
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Do they sell whisky?
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Nissan Pulsar 1.5 dCi Acenta 24 month Lease 106.48 pm with 1198.31 upfront 10K miles £3407.36 from NVS £3,647.35

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Seems quite a lot of car for the money. 10k miles. has to be ordered before the end of September for delivery in October. Price includes solid colour (which is red). Service pricing available here:…
matteava Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago27 Comments
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leechuter
lots of better offers out there than this and the 1.5 diesel Nissan engine isn't very nice


​Really? The engine that gets praise in every car it's fitted to isn't very good? Obviously all the car mags must be wrong then. It's zero road tax, great on fuel and quiet.


Has this got the same engine as used in the Qashqai?
Has this deal changed? I'm getting £121.70 a month (£2799.10 for 23 months) and £1095.30 (9 month upfront) for a total of £3894.40 without an admin fee
leechuter
lots of better offers out there than this and the 1.5 diesel Nissan engine isn't very nice


​Really? The engine that gets praise in every car it's fitted to isn't very good? Obviously all the car mags must be wrong then. It's zero road tax, great on fuel and quiet.
No point posting here saying it's a boring car as that is obvious. It's just as boring as a Golf or AUDI A3 and plenty of people drive them!
I have a Golf GTD lease car outside and it's really good. Boring, but good. For most folk this car would do the same job and for half the price of my Golf. That makes it a good deal in my book.

Anyway someone asked about keeping the car after 2 years. This is what I have done. It depends on the lease company, but my experience is that if you are with one of the big companies (I'm with Network/leaseplan) they really don't care about getting the car back as long as you keep paying for it. This works out better for me as it was 1600 up front and 239 a month so it saves me finding another lump sum payment to order another car. Also the lease company will keep servicing it and putting tyres on which works out great. If you check the small print on your contract it will say if you are allowed to not hand it back and keep it longer.
lots of better offers out there than this and the 1.5 diesel Nissan engine isn't very nice
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Ford Focus 1.5 TDCi 120 Zetec Navigation: Car Lease 24x £109.60 + £1495.20 initial rental. Total £4,125.60 equivalent £171.90pm

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Not bad for a two year lease on a decent car with sat nav built in. 6000miles or 10,000 from £125pm. If you think there's better value for money I'd be happy to see it.
drewziph Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago55 Comments
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Has anyone else ordered one? I missed out on the zetec but have applied for the titanium @ 3+23 for 162 a month. Just wondered What kind of delivery to expect? I
Codify
karlie88
Some good discounts on the Focus if you're wanting to buy outright at the moment. This particular model is available for under £14500, with a £6000 saving off list.
from where?

http://www.broker4cars.co.uk/Buy/New_Car.jsp?capID=65283&dt
Has this deal expired?
kamy786rulz
I am 20, first car , insurance qoute is coming to 2.3k a year on this. I select 24months, 10K mile pa , 3 months initial. works out about £4,577 after 2 years with no Maintenance.

Should I buy it?


​Not long ago Fiat were doing lease deals on the Fiat 500 that included insurance, designed for youngsters. Could be worth a look as that sort of money on insurance just seems so wrong.
acj7745
... no problems what so ever. Traded it in when the EGR started to stick.

Seems quite contradictory.
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MINI Cooper Lease deals, Free Chili Pack, 8K (36 month deals) £7,111.28 @ NVC

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My last post was deleted... It was the best deal... so here's a slightly worse one from a website that the Gods of HUKD have approved in the past. I typed out a lot of stuff in the last one, but i…
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tombee
Great timing, my missus was looking to trade in her old mini for another used one on finance. I'll find out tomorrow if they can beat these prices.
Anyone knows how long this offer is on for?
On finance (PCP I'm guessing?) from a dealer... Not a hope in hell. You'd be lucky to get under 250. I was told the cars take at least 3-4 weeks and they must be registered by December.
Great timing, my missus was looking to trade in her old mini for another used one on finance. I'll find out tomorrow if they can beat these prices.

Anyone knows how long this offer is on for?

Edited By: tombee on Sep 18, 2016 23:13
doddza69
If this is for 36 months it is a cracking deal. Hardly ever see a mini deal and this is cheap as chips
It is... but it's bombed. Oh well...
If this is for 36 months it is a cracking deal. Hardly ever see a mini deal and this is cheap as chips
randomdude12
Does the chili pack contain scotch bonnet?
Looks like it's yellow with two black stripes. No tartan. :)
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BMW M140i 5dr [Nav] lease - £2085.48 deposit, £231.72/month, 5,000 miles @ VehicleSavers - 335bhp, leather seats, sat nav, 19" alloys, bluetooth, usb £7,775.73 @ Vehicle Savers

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Cracking deal on a cracking hot hatch 3/5dr and Manual/Auto are all within the same price range. Extra mileage not too expensive.
Hukkers Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago22 Comments
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can these be put back for march delivery anybody know without having to email them
just to be *that* guy... When you return it, if your indicator bulbs are used that's not considered fair wear and tear :P
teng
Wow ... Nearly as quick as a Audi RS3

Speed and 0-60 are such a small part of it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xwecTp91-o
morfinel
Yeaa good deal if you are "chav" on benefits trying to show you can afford a 31k car, and you can get an Audi A4 for a lot less with 8k mileage allowance.

Chav on benefits? No, just no. Give your head a wobble.
Yeaa good deal if you are "chav" on benefits trying to show you can afford a 31k car, and you can get an Audi A4 for a lot less with 8k mileage allowance.
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Please read! Halo 5 - Spartan Locke Figure 10 Inch Zavvi £7.99 & Marvel Coulson Trading cards £3 giving free postage £10.99

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Halo figure is £7.99 + £1.99 postage or add the Marvel Coulson trading cards @ £3 and get the lot for £10.99 delivered, great stocking fillers for fan boys :-) ZAVVI EXCLUSIVE - Limited Edition Hal…
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cheers ordered both.
Got this figure when previously posted at £10. It's a really nicely detailed figure and at this price well worth it if you're interested in it.
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DS DS3 1.6 BlueHDi Elegance Hatchback Lease £89.84 per month (£135 combined) @ TFS Vehicle Leasing (Total £3234.88)

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So - a lease deal. Marmite for some, great for others. ! If you want a lease deal ! I believe that this is a good price. If you don't, it's probably not. £89.84 incl VAT monthly rentals £808.…
Keithoms Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago94 Comments
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fishmaster
kidrock123
fishmaster
kidrock123
not bad for a runabout
Sly comment, which categorises this car unfairly, this car could be used to travel up and down the country if required.
Citroen have dropped the name Citroen from DS branding since 2015 and are trying to create an upmarket brand. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DS_Automobiles
​umm not really, hardly a family car is it?
therefore i think a runabout is a fair categorisation for this motor. As for the 'upmarket' branding.....LoL X)

Yes hardly upmarket. The DS3 out of the DS range has the best reviews.


​kind of like the toyota lexus :p
Ross81
If you are getting a DS3 get a "Racing", same engine in my 208 and its crazy rapid but still does great mpg.

For £135? Where?!


Smartguy1
I had the old 90 bhp Poogeot engine. Yes, bottom end torque is good but 2 seconds later its run out of breath which can sometimes be a little disconcerting especially when you need it most, overtaking on a single carriageway.

You've just described every small capacity diesel engine in existence.
Smartguy1
MaximusRo
Smartguy1
Voted hot but it's only 100 bhp
Christ man, it's a diesel, it will have the same torque or more than the one of a 150bhp petrol engine, and for such a small car
I suggest you take one of each for a test drive. I had the old 90 bhp Poogeot engine. Yes, bottom end torque is good but 2 seconds later its run out of breath which can sometimes be a little disconcerting especially when you need it most, overtaking on a single carriageway. It was also noisy as Peugeot engines tend to be. If this has been a 1.6 petrol I would have gone for one and I am sorry you can't tell me anything about diesels as I have run nothing else for the last 15 years and soon to go back onto petrol thanks to the introduction of the manufacturers fail......dpf filters.
The DPFs where around for about 10 years now
MaximusRo
Smartguy1
Voted hot but it's only 100 bhp
Christ man, it's a diesel, it will have the same torque or more than the one of a 150bhp petrol engine, and for such a small car

I suggest you take one of each for a test drive. I had the old 90 bhp Poogeot engine. Yes, bottom end torque is good but 2 seconds later its run out of breath which can sometimes be a little disconcerting especially when you need it most, overtaking on a single carriageway. It was also noisy as Peugeot engines tend to be. If this has been a 1.6 petrol I would have gone for one and I am sorry you can't tell me anything about diesels as I have run nothing else for the last 15 years and soon to go back onto petrol thanks to the introduction of the manufacturers fail......dpf filters.
kidrock123
fishmaster
kidrock123
not bad for a runabout
Sly comment, which categorises this car unfairly, this car could be used to travel up and down the country if required.
Citroen have dropped the name Citroen from DS branding since 2015 and are trying to create an upmarket brand. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DS_Automobiles
​umm not really, hardly a family car is it?
therefore i think a runabout is a fair categorisation for this motor. As for the 'upmarket' branding.....LoL X)

Yes hardly upmarket. The DS3 out of the DS range has the best reviews.
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B class Merc (electric). Cheap lease. £143.99/month £1295.89 deposit @ drayton vehicle solutions

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Special offer on the website. £1295.89 deposit, 10k pa. 2 year lease. Seems cheap compared to some deals I see but it is a bit niche.
alfa111 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago59 Comments
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Zedmeister
As far as I can see on the Merc website it says the car can do a full charge in 3 hours with the 400v charging unit. So it does fast charging.

That is three phase AC charging. Charging 28kw in 3 hours is not fast charging. If you owned it you may be able (don't know if they offered it in the end) to have a JDeMO mod to use CHAdeMO fast DC charging which would do a charge in about 30min.

There next version will have fast DC charging when they remove all the Tesla bits.
As far as I can see on the Merc website it says the car can do a full charge in 3 hours with the 400v charging unit. So it does fast charging.
OrribleHarry
muffboy
ACIDFORUMS
Any deals on car purchase not leases?
You do not want to be purchasing an EV, the depreciation is horrendous due to concerns over battery/cell life.
I am currently leasing a Leaf Acenta for £125 a month over 2 years with no deposit in. Simply hand it back.
Was using the rapid chargers on motorway Ecotricity until the tools rolled out their ridiculously expensive charging structure and their 33% more expensive tariff for domestic fuel and their pathetic 1 charge per week of 30 mins!
Next stop for me is a Tesla.
Where did you get that deal?

From the deal posted on here which was a misprice on the Nissan website calculator whereby it took off the £5k deposit contribution twice. Canterbury Nissan. You might get the deal for end of this month which is also end of the quarter 3. Mine was end of March, quarter 1
634miyamoto
this car is butt ugly...

It's one of the best looking EVs in its price range.
Had anyone seen any good Renault Zoe deals? Leaf seems a bit too big for me and i3 and e-golf are way too expensive.
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Mercedes C Class C200 bluetech manual SE 2 year contact hire / lease only £5,824.16 (£176.38 a month with £1587.42 initial) @ Horizon Vehicle Leasing

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Just saw this deal and looks good value if you just want a cheap new Mercedes-Benz for 2 years. I think this is the cheapest I have even seen a Mercedes C Class. Is even cheaper if you are a business.…
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I can't see that anyone's done the maths, so I did it.

Works out as net £242.67/month.
OrribleHarry
andyb83
OrribleHarry
andyb83
cullies
only 10,000 miles annualy which is under average
​The average milage in the UK is 7900.......
Since when??? That's very much subjective. Rural areas will do double that, maybe inner city dwellers could survive on that little milage but most other areas couldn't.

​That's the UK AVERAGE!

London weighted average as usual..


​Because more people live in London than anywhere else perhaps? An average is an average.
andyb83
OrribleHarry
andyb83
cullies
only 10,000 miles annualy which is under average
​The average milage in the UK is 7900.......
Since when??? That's very much subjective. Rural areas will do double that, maybe inner city dwellers could survive on that little milage but most other areas couldn't.

​That's the UK AVERAGE!

London weighted average as usual..
swarnford
Why buy a Mercedes when you can buy an Audi? Front wheel drive to boot

Much more reliable (warranty direct rate this at 71 compared to 145 for A3, 175 for A4 and 196 for an A6) these are higher build quality, higher amount of respect and rear wheel drive.
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Audi A3 Sportback 1.0 TFSI SE 5dr - 8,000 Miles - £143.99PM over 2 years + £1295 depsoit - Total £4,750.76 @ select car leasing

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this seems like a good deal to me for a well reviewed family hatchback? Has a good spec and excellent MPG
blackpoolfc Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago89 Comments
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Snafud
So much misinformation (and badly informed sweeping statements) on this thread...

Unless you know what you're talking about why not STFU.

Any engine producing these power figures in a hatch will be fine. Compare it to an old A4 / Golf 1.4 / 1.6 petrol. To all the 'dangerously slow comments', 7-10 years ago they were knocking out cars of the same weight and class with 3/4 the power and half the torque, plenty of focus / golf / A4's. These are not 'slow' cars for the class, certainly not dangerous...

To give you an idea this is faster to 60 and on the 1/4mile than the previous generation A3 1.6 or since someone brought BMW into it it's also quicker than the previous 116i and not far off the 118i. It will also return better MPG (and no you don't have to rev the nuts off it either).

Not fast by any stretch but it's not meant to be. It's fine.

The only thing that kills turbo cars is heat, provided they have decent heat management (which they will have) there will be no issue at all.

Turbo's are consumables, they're not expensive and are simple enough to replace (especially in something like this with plenty of room in the bay).






This man knows what he's talking about.
So much misinformation (and badly informed sweeping statements) on this thread...

Unless you know what you're talking about why not STFU.

Any engine producing these power figures in a hatch will be fine. Compare it to an old A4 / Golf 1.4 / 1.6 petrol. To all the 'dangerously slow comments', 7-10 years ago they were knocking out cars of the same weight and class with 3/4 the power and half the torque, plenty of focus / golf / A4's. These are not 'slow' cars for the class, certainly not dangerous...

To give you an idea this is faster to 60 and on the 1/4mile than the previous generation A3 1.6 or since someone brought BMW into it it's also quicker than the previous 116i and not far off the 118i. It will also return better MPG (and no you don't have to rev the nuts off it either).

Not fast by any stretch but it's not meant to be. It's fine.

The only thing that kills turbo cars is heat, provided they have decent heat management (which they will have) there will be no issue at all.

Turbo's are consumables, they're not expensive and are simple enough to replace (especially in something like this with plenty of room in the bay).
Courtathor
djames108
Courtathor
djames108
yes, but the rpm will be higher it may have a turbo but it's still a 1.0
Go and test drive a Fiesta Ecoboost, preferably a 125 or 140, might change your "still a 1.0" mindset.
​no ta, when doing 500 mile journeys I need something more comfortable and less revvy. I'm sue they are a boy/girl racers dream and a perfectly adequate run around, still gonna have turbo lag, decreased engine life and let's face it the plonkers who buy Audi's will end up with half the mpg as they poorly imitate Colin McRae on the way to Tesco

Where are you getting the idea that they're "revvy"? Civic Type R's are "revvy". Source for decreased engine life as well?


​not necessarily revvy causing it, but producing so much power from such a small engine decreases life, take the smart roadster 700cc whack a turbo on, lucky if u get 100k
djames108
Courtathor
djames108
yes, but the rpm will be higher it may have a turbo but it's still a 1.0
Go and test drive a Fiesta Ecoboost, preferably a 125 or 140, might change your "still a 1.0" mindset.
​no ta, when doing 500 mile journeys I need something more comfortable and less revvy. I'm sue they are a boy/girl racers dream and a perfectly adequate run around, still gonna have turbo lag, decreased engine life and let's face it the plonkers who buy Audi's will end up with half the mpg as they poorly imitate Colin McRae on the way to Tesco

Where are you getting the idea that they're "revvy"? Civic Type R's are "revvy". Source for decreased engine life as well?
Courtathor
djames108
yes, but the rpm will be higher it may have a turbo but it's still a 1.0

Go and test drive a Fiesta Ecoboost, preferably a 125 or 140, might change your "still a 1.0" mindset.


​no ta, when doing 500 mile journeys I need something more comfortable and less revvy. I'm sue they are a boy/girl racers dream and a perfectly adequate run around, still gonna have turbo lag, decreased engine life and let's face it the plonkers who buy Audi's will end up with half the mpg as they poorly imitate Colin McRae on the way to Tesco
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Kia Sportage Gt Line AWD 2.0. £241 a month £725.01 down @ Leasing Options

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I have been looking for a top spec GT line to come on a lease offer. Scanning a few lease brokers this seems about the best. 10k miles p.a & they charge £199 fee. Image is fusion white which
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gonzo02
That takes me to their homepage.
Is there a better deal lerking ?

Didn't get that far! easy to keep an eye on any decent deals with most vehicles though

That takes me to their homepage.
Is there a better deal lerking ?
Try you local Kia dealer as well. They beat the quote I had for a Sorento.
Try http://www.orbitleasing.co.uk . Got my lease off them and they have been brilliant. They have an office too so not just an online broker if your based that way. They also try and beat any quote given too so no harm in trying. They beat mine! Fees are £180 too!

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Cheap car mats back again using code IWANTADEAL eg CRV Auto for £14.09 valuecarmats

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Our old favourite is back with 40% off using code IWANTADEAL, I just ordered for my CRV Auto for £14.09
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pammid
Still waiting for mine emailed them and rang them still can't get any response anybody else the same

Look at my post above. oO
Ended up raising a complaint through Paypal.

Edited By: kriss57 on Sep 26, 2016 20:52
Still waiting for mine emailed them and rang them still can't get any response anybody else the same
mine came Friday, top quality as always
01527 525158 This might also be a helpful number for VCM

That number is just keeping you on hold as well, Customer Service is missing badly, so for me, not a company I want to deal with at all. Sadly I lost the will to live with VCM, I have cancelled my order after being messed about for eight days and informed Paypal for a refund.

Update. Paypal money refunded on 5pm 14/9/16.





Edited By: kriss57 on Sep 14, 2016 18:31: Update
I am still having problems, 01527 515000 nobody picks the phone up although this number is on the website.
Sadly I will not use them again after this shambles.
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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 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago36 Comments
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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!
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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Mercedes C220d AMG Line Saloon - £239 P/M at Mad Sheep Leasing (£7679.68 over term)

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Just seen this on their Facebook page, good deal, very tempted (just need to convince the Mrs).
Freddo145 Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago36 Comments
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psmith1958
Stu
Loads of cheap Mercs around at the moment. I'm getting several email per week with various models.

Fully agree, anyway, why lease

The money you save buying a good secend hand keep to one side for services and tyres

Not a lot more to pay out, even on my top spec e320 cdi had it 5 yrs now 2007 model, drives like new, and not a mark on her and still worth 6k part x


​why lease?
why not?
No or little servicing costs.
Warranty.
No MOT on a 3 year lease.
No tax on mine.
54mpg in mine.
Up to date car with 5* NCAP
I could go on and on.

Absolute trouble free, no hassle motoring. a high % of US cars and indeed UK cars sold in this way.

Just like you used to rent a TV from Radio Rentals?
psmith1958
Stu
Loads of cheap Mercs around at the moment. I'm getting several email per week with various models.

Fully agree, anyway, why lease

The money you save buying a good secend hand keep to one side for services and tyres

Not a lot more to pay out, even on my top spec e320 cdi had it 5 yrs now 2007 model, drives like new, and not a mark on her and still worth 6k part x


​yeah and if your engine blows up and it costs you 5k+ to fix, not quite so rosy then....
bestbuy123
I'm a busy man going to work, time is money so why waste it

Yet that comment took longer to write than clicking the link.
I'm a busy man going to work, time is money so why waste it
My lease from plan was exactly the same total if I put down 9 months or 3 months. I actually ended up doing 1 month upfront.

Does anyone know the excess mileage charge and if excess mileage is a flat rate of tiered?
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skoda yeti auto 1.2 tsi personal lease deal. £130.00/m @ fleetprices

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Personal contract hire £130.03 incl VAT monthly rental £390.10 incl VAT initial rental Contract term 24 months Rental profile 3 + 23 Annual mileage 8000 Processing fee £240.00 F…
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Fleetprices can't get me one until Feb/Mar 2017. I need it in November. Any other deals out there? I need any auto, any size (other than Smart/Fiat 500), under £150 with 3 months upfront. Thanks.

Edited By: steford on Sep 27, 2016 18:05
Devro
slkluv
Devro
slkluv
Devro
slkluv
Devro
slkluv
Devro
slkluv
Has anyone had issues contacting them over the phone? I have been trying for the past 15 minutes and I get no answer?
Try 07814 026 709
It is the business mobile of Katherine who works there.
Thanks, have you dealt with them before?
Just this current lease application
I am thinking of getting one also, have you test driven one before applying or just went for it? Did you manage to get anything extra for the price like metallic paint etc? I am thinking of contacting local skoda dealer to see if they can match it....
We've just gone for it. We went and sat in one, but didn't drive it. Metallic paint is available as part of this deal although there are very few metallic colours on the Monte Carlo; metallic white, silver and cloud grey.
Metallic paint is extra isnt it close to £400?
If you look round the other leading websites doing the same offer, it's all included. There is no point in paying for any extras because they are charged at full price but you'll only get two years' use out of them. You're just making the car more saleable for Skoda in two years' time. They'll maybe even be able to recoup some of your money for themselves.
I have searched a few companies but havent found any doing it at the same price as fleetprices with metallic paint included. Can you give me details of what other companies you found doing this deal? Thanks
CHL Contractshttp://www.chlcontracts.co.uk
08444 150 930.
Thanks Devro, much appreciated. I am going for a test drive this weekend and will decide whether to go for it or not...
slkluv
Devro
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Devro
slkluv
Devro
slkluv
Devro
slkluv
Has anyone had issues contacting them over the phone? I have been trying for the past 15 minutes and I get no answer?
Try 07814 026 709
It is the business mobile of Katherine who works there.
Thanks, have you dealt with them before?
Just this current lease application
I am thinking of getting one also, have you test driven one before applying or just went for it? Did you manage to get anything extra for the price like metallic paint etc? I am thinking of contacting local skoda dealer to see if they can match it....
We've just gone for it. We went and sat in one, but didn't drive it. Metallic paint is available as part of this deal although there are very few metallic colours on the Monte Carlo; metallic white, silver and cloud grey.
Metallic paint is extra isnt it close to £400?
If you look round the other leading websites doing the same offer, it's all included. There is no point in paying for any extras because they are charged at full price but you'll only get two years' use out of them. You're just making the car more saleable for Skoda in two years' time. They'll maybe even be able to recoup some of your money for themselves.
I have searched a few companies but havent found any doing it at the same price as fleetprices with metallic paint included. Can you give me details of what other companies you found doing this deal? Thanks

CHL Contracts

http://www.chlcontracts.co.uk

08444 150 930.
Devro
slkluv
Devro
slkluv
Devro
slkluv
Devro
slkluv
Has anyone had issues contacting them over the phone? I have been trying for the past 15 minutes and I get no answer?
Try 07814 026 709
It is the business mobile of Katherine who works there.
Thanks, have you dealt with them before?
Just this current lease application
I am thinking of getting one also, have you test driven one before applying or just went for it? Did you manage to get anything extra for the price like metallic paint etc? I am thinking of contacting local skoda dealer to see if they can match it....
We've just gone for it. We went and sat in one, but didn't drive it. Metallic paint is available as part of this deal although there are very few metallic colours on the Monte Carlo; metallic white, silver and cloud grey.
Metallic paint is extra isnt it close to £400?
If you look round the other leading websites doing the same offer, it's all included. There is no point in paying for any extras because they are charged at full price but you'll only get two years' use out of them. You're just making the car more saleable for Skoda in two years' time. They'll maybe even be able to recoup some of your money for themselves.

I have searched a few companies but havent found any doing it at the same price as fleetprices with metallic paint included. Can you give me details of what other companies you found doing this deal? Thanks
slkluv
Devro
slkluv
Devro
slkluv
Devro
slkluv
Has anyone had issues contacting them over the phone? I have been trying for the past 15 minutes and I get no answer?
Try 07814 026 709
It is the business mobile of Katherine who works there.
Thanks, have you dealt with them before?
Just this current lease application
I am thinking of getting one also, have you test driven one before applying or just went for it? Did you manage to get anything extra for the price like metallic paint etc? I am thinking of contacting local skoda dealer to see if they can match it....
We've just gone for it. We went and sat in one, but didn't drive it. Metallic paint is available as part of this deal although there are very few metallic colours on the Monte Carlo; metallic white, silver and cloud grey.
Metallic paint is extra isnt it close to £400?

If you look round the other leading websites doing the same offer, it's all included. There is no point in paying for any extras because they are charged at full price but you'll only get two years' use out of them. You're just making the car more saleable for Skoda in two years' time. They'll maybe even be able to recoup some of your money for themselves.
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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…
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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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Lease Deal - Nissan Note Note Hatch 1.2 Acenta - 8k miles - £4,628.00/36= £128 pm @ Carleasing-online

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Seems a good deal to me - aircon - bluetooth etc
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Thought this would go hot
Deposit ££££££ to high
Why buy a Nissan note 1.2 for £4628,when you can buy a Samsung note 7 for £699
It's cheaper at 1+36.
£118.35*36+£360=£4620.60.

15k per year works out at less than £140pm which is a good price for the mileage.



Edited By: GAVINLEWISHUKD on Aug 25, 2016 18:30
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VW Tiguan 2.0 TDI SCR 150 6speed SE Nav Lease £2,400 + 23 - £119.99 (£5,339.77 over 24 months) @ Gateway2lease

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Seems like a fantastic deal for a new Tiguan, decent spec, which is £28k OTR. Only 5k miles but even with allowing for excess miles, it's a great deal for an average of £222 per month over the peri…
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took the plunge, gone for the white and should be ready for collection 3-4 weeks. rang warrington dealership and they said no chance and that they had not accepted this deal with anyone as they would loose out.
simon-c
KOGONAI
anyone took gap insurance?
Nope, your insurance co cover the first year with a replacement new car & would only purchase it for year 2, although a lot of people say GAP is the next PPI scandal
i called my insurance company.they dont cover new for old even if the car is written off within the 1st week.it will be current market value.what the . is that?
KOGONAI
anyone took gap insurance?

Nope, your insurance co cover the first year with a replacement new car & would only purchase it for year 2, although a lot of people say GAP is the next PPI scandal
DangerousTheory
simon-c
My Car
Tiguan SWB SE Nav 2.0 TDI 2WD 150PS 6-Speed Manual 5 Door
Colour
Urano Grey
Upholstery
Titanium Black
Your order has been confirmed for build week commencing 17/10/2016, although I don't need it till Jan, when my current lease deal finishes
Curious, can you ask the dealer to hold onto the car for several months until your current lease finishes? I'd like to plan a new vehicle before my GTD lease finishes next sept.

They'll hold it for a couple of months & I'm getting mine in Jan, even though it will likely be here in November
anyone took gap insurance?
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New KIA Sportage Diesel Estate 2.0 Crdi Gt-line 5dr Auto [awd] Personal Lease - £226.16 a month (6+23) @ Leasing 4 Business £6,784.82

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I think this is a fantastic deal for a great, sporty SUV. Highly specified car worth about £27,000. 2 year lease with advance payment of £1356.98 and monthlys of £226.16. Maintenance included so yo…
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ideally need to have lower co2 emissions to make it worth while.
hotuklols
Diesel for 5k. Makes sense.


Sarcasm only works when it makes sense.

1. I prefer the torque and drive of diesel. 2. Though diesel cars have a higher OTR their residuals are better than petrol and therefore in most cases actually cheaper on contract hire so the argument of low mileage = petrol doesn't apply here. 3. Mpg on an auto petrol vs auto diesel is roughly 30% worse off.

Hmm, think before you try to be a smart ****?
Diesel for 5k. Makes sense.
mailmikey
andyb83
Pretty terrible cars to be honest. Awfull ride and handling, quite noisy and so plasticy inside. I couldn't wait to get back from the test drive!
Really?? You sure you were driving the Sportage? Or did they bungle you into a Dacia Duster without you realising?! :-p


​Ha, yep, definitely a Sportage! I was expecting good things but was disappointed with it.
andyb83
Pretty terrible cars to be honest. Awfull ride and handling, quite noisy and so plasticy inside. I couldn't wait to get back from the test drive!
Really?? You sure you were driving the Sportage? Or did they bungle you into a Dacia Duster without you realising?! :-p
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Astra 5 door 1.4 turbo SRi 140PS, from just £109 per month with £500 deposit on a 12 month lease @ affinityvehicleleasing.com £1,808.00

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Received Email as .... CANCELLED ORDER Available immediately: Astra 5 door 1.4 turbo SRi 140PS, from just £109 per month with £500 deposit on a 12 month lease.. Available in bright silver or gu…
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I bought a second hand phone off eBay and it was CHEAPER THAN BRAND NEW!!!

Heading off to another post to explain how second hand CRTs are cheaper than brand new OLEDS TVs...
NorthantsPete
Bought a Toyota celica for £1200
Three years later, still got it and just got another 12 months mot, cost us nothing
Next, onto an MR2....same expected there and I own the car.
These deals are crud.

You own some old Toyotas. Wow. Congratulations. What an achievement. All these years I've been driving new cars with modern technology, safety, economy and style when I could have been driving a £1200 knacker. How stupid of me. I could have OWNED something not worth owning, all this time....
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darkstryder360
£1,800 to hire a car for a year?
Yes less than a fiver a day to hire a brand new car with no running costs is an exceptional deal. Go and work out the running costs over a year of the £2k bangers others are hilariously harping on about - oh wait you can't as no one will know just what will need repairing on them or how often they will break down.

Preconceptions of older cheap cars?
m5rcc
royals
Vauxhall make truly awful cars

Based on you driving a Nova in 1988?


​don't worry, what royals knows about cars you can write on the back of a microbe
soldierboy001
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soldierboy001
All these arguments ref new, lease or 2nd hand are very repetitive on HUKD's.
If you were going for understatement you nailed it X). Repetitive, tedious, dull, irrelevant, daft... ad nauseum, ad infinitum...
You being a great exponent of the English language will then understand my frustration of repetitive postings on differing HUKD pages If that's what you think then I applaud you for being an egoistic ****.

Sooo.... did you just interpret my post agreeing with you as an insult?

Right then... I'll have to remember not to agree with you any more X)

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SEAT LEON SPORT COUPE 2.0 TSI CUPRA BLACK 290 3DR £199 p/m inc vat, £1194 deposit LEASE 24months £4,809.09 @ Seat Warrington

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SEAT LEON SPORT COUPE 2.0 TSI Cupra Black 290 3dr ~ LEON SPT/CPE 2.0TSI CUPRA BLACK 290 Initial rental 23 monthly rentals of £165.83 (plus VAT) Excess mileage 7.2p per mile (plus VAT) Deposit £…
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Cold, not a Golf R.....:p
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m5rcc
floridafil
So, over 24 months it going to cost at least £5771.
What's the £4809.09 for in the title??
ex VAT price...
Title gives deposit & payments inc VAT, then total price without.
Very misleading.
We're not worried Sherlock, you appear to be all over it.:p
Thanks

Edited By: floridafil on Aug 16, 2016 18:28
floridafil
m5rcc
floridafil
So, over 24 months it going to cost at least £5771.
What's the £4809.09 for in the title??
ex VAT price...
Title gives deposit & payments inc VAT, then total price without.
Very misleading.

We're not worried Sherlock, you appear to be all over it.

:p
Walpurgis
There are reports that SEAT has stopped making the current version of the Sport Coupe because there's a new 2017 version coming, with orders starting in November/December (see post 79 in this thread). So it is doubtful whether there would be cars available for this leasing deal, unless they are in stock.

They are probably stock deals.

Leon is only getting a face-lift in 2017. Not an all-new car.
m5rcc
floridafil
m5rcc
floridafil
So, over 24 months it going to cost at least £5771.
What's the £4809.09 for in the title??
ex VAT price...
Title gives deposit & payments inc VAT, then total price without.
Very misleading.
I know... Hence post #5
I know you know.
It was more of a comment than an explanation.
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Nissan Note Hatchback 1.2 Acenta 5dr £4,513.80 cortvehiclecontracts

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Another lease deal. Not the most exciting car in the world, but will suit a family and comes well spec' d and in a half decent colour. In stock as well. Price is £113.10 per month with a 3 mont…
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m5rcc
Poor deal - cheaper here.

I could agree with you, but then we would both be wrong.
With the same initial rental it's not any cheaper, £4536.60. If you put down a larger deposit then it's cheaper, but it is on the link I posted to originally as well.
Poor deal - cheaper here.
3 + 35?
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Golf 2.0 TSI R 3dr [Nav] @ 203.99 23+9 = 6,767.66 @ select car leasing

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Deals are getting better still, 203.99 x 23 1835.89 initial 240 admin 5k
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got offered a deal with fleetsauce in wrexham £219 for a 5DR Golf R DGS with metailic paint
Excess mileage is a sizeable 11.19p per mile, so makes sense to set quote to 10,000 miles per year.

UPDATE - They initially said that they could delay delivery until March (when my current lease expires) but they cannot, January is earliest.

I know similar deals have been on and off last couple of years but with weaker (10% down post-Brexit) pound, I have convinced myself that the next lot of car deals may not be quite as cheap.


Edited By: phoni on Aug 16, 2016 18:02: change
jrw
check_your_bank
Should have mentioned this yesterday when comparing to previous deals,
This is of course the new spec with NAV and winter pack options which are worth over £2k and only included with very recent deals, making value pretty comparable -
it may even be better - if its 2k extras (low estimate) , then / 29 monthly payments extra £68 a month ontop of the old prices to match this spec, obviously they claw a bit back from the mileage but that really isn't much and its pay as you go so you may end up not paying for 10k just what you use.
definitely a good deal which i would go for if it was exactly what i wanted, i can vouch for select too their customer services seems a lot better than most lease companies i have spoken too.
Nav and winter spec are now standard since all BW22 cars onwards.

Yes, my point; all previous deals (such as those quoted above) would have had to add these options to be a fair comparison, and doing so puts this deal much cheaper.
check_your_bank
Should have mentioned this yesterday when comparing to previous deals,
This is of course the new spec with NAV and winter pack options which are worth over £2k and only included with very recent deals, making value pretty comparable -
it may even be better - if its 2k extras (low estimate) , then / 29 monthly payments extra £68 a month ontop of the old prices to match this spec, obviously they claw a bit back from the mileage but that really isn't much and its pay as you go so you may end up not paying for 10k just what you use.
definitely a good deal which i would go for if it was exactly what i wanted, i can vouch for select too their customer services seems a lot better than most lease companies i have spoken too.

Nav and winter spec are now standard since all BW22 cars onwards.
Should have mentioned this yesterday when comparing to previous deals,

This is of course the new spec with NAV and winter pack options which are worth over £2k and only included with very recent deals, making value pretty comparable -

it may even be better - if its 2k extras (low estimate) , then / 29 monthly payments extra £68 a month ontop of the old prices to match this spec, obviously they claw a bit back from the mileage but that really isn't much and its pay as you go so you may end up not paying for 10k just what you use.

definitely a good deal which i would go for if it was exactly what i wanted, i can vouch for select too their customer services seems a lot better than most lease companies i have spoken too.
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Audi S3 Quattro 5dr Auto 2 year lease Initial Rental: £2,159.84 + VAT - 23 monthly rentals of: £179.99 + VAT - Processing Fee: £199.99 + VAT = Total £7,800.00 @ All car leasing

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0-60 in 4.6s £35k car new Effective £325 a month is the same price as a Ford Focus £660 a month direct from Audi with same terms Monthly figure is deposit + admin fee + monthlies inc VAT / 2…
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rosscopecotrain
Superman80
rosscopecotrain
daft1
No, it was mentioned whilst I was on the phone to them and they sent it in an email with some other information that I had requested. The customer service seems to be really good.
Just got mine . Construction is expected 17th october , hoping it was gonna be before that . Wonder how long it takes for them to finish it .
Same for me, construction 17th October. Four weeks apparently judging from other forums, what's interesting is the order date for mine is June 16 so they must have had a cancellation and replaced it with my details
I've read it can be anywhere from 2 weeks up to 2 months. Order date for mine was the 21st. Let's hope they pull their fingers out , getting impatient now !


I'm happy to wait a bit as I've still got my current car to sell beforehand!
Superman80
rosscopecotrain
daft1
No, it was mentioned whilst I was on the phone to them and they sent it in an email with some other information that I had requested. The customer service seems to be really good.
Just got mine . Construction is expected 17th october , hoping it was gonna be before that . Wonder how long it takes for them to finish it .

Same for me, construction 17th October. Four weeks apparently judging from other forums, what's interesting is the order date for mine is June 16 so they must have had a cancellation and replaced it with my details



I've read it can be anywhere from 2 weeks up to 2 months. Order date for mine was the 21st. Let's hope they pull their fingers out , getting impatient now !
rosscopecotrain
daft1
No, it was mentioned whilst I was on the phone to them and they sent it in an email with some other information that I had requested. The customer service seems to be really good.
Just got mine . Construction is expected 17th october , hoping it was gonna be before that . Wonder how long it takes for them to finish it .

Same for me, construction 17th October. Four weeks apparently judging from other forums, what's interesting is the order date for mine is June 16 so they must have had a cancellation and replaced it with my details


Edited By: Superman80 on Sep 01, 2016 10:16
daft1
No, it was mentioned whilst I was on the phone to them and they sent it in an email with some other information that I had requested. The customer service seems to be really good.

Just got mine . Construction is expected 17th october , hoping it was gonna be before that . Wonder how long it takes for them to finish it .
No, it was mentioned whilst I was on the phone to them and they sent it in an email with some other information that I had requested. The customer service seems to be really good.
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Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line SatNav 3dr - 24mth Personal lease (8k mpa) - 23 x £131.64 + £394.92 upfront - Total £3,442.64 - T.C.Harrison Ford / Whatcar lease £3,442.64

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Tidy wee car for the wife or the teenager Transmission:Manual Fuel Type:Petrol Body Style:Small family car Top Speed:125 mph Road Tax:Included UK Delivery:Included Metallic Paint:Includ…
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Courtathor
dajambo
Great post, thanks for taking the time to share your views.
I would be interested in seeing the photos if you can be bothered... help feed my excitement 8)
Oh go on then, here's one.http://i66.tinypic.com/2mxh3ro.jpg

Don't old bill pull you for driving around with a blank number plate then?
I ordered mine from my local dealer. 5 door with Nav and tinted windows in Magnetic. £153 on a 3+23 with 8K miles. Due for delivery mid to end of November :)
Courtathor
dajambo
Great post, thanks for taking the time to share your views.
I would be interested in seeing the photos if you can be bothered... help feed my excitement 8)
Oh go on then, here's one.http://i66.tinypic.com/2mxh3ro.jpg

cheers very nice tidy wee motor
dajambo
Great post, thanks for taking the time to share your views.
I would be interested in seeing the photos if you can be bothered... help feed my excitement 8)

Oh go on then, here's one.

http://i66.tinypic.com/2mxh3ro.jpg

Edited By: Courtathor on Sep 14, 2016 22:02
Courtathor
abhinn
Come on don't leave us hanging , what's the car like ? ☺
I've just gone over 1000 miles (oops) so can give a bit of insight as to what the car's like.
This is coming from a 2.0 Focus with around the same power and soft suspension, but with a lot more creature comforts (leather/climate/cruise etc and a lot of weight). I'm quite a keen driver, so was looking for a car which would give me a decent level of feedback and most importantly is fun to drive. So far it's pretty much all positive and the car is incredibly fun to drive. Details:
The fiesta's pros:
So quiet, inside the car when driving normally you can barely hear it even with music completely off.
Sounds great, when you push the pedal to the floor it lets out a deep rasp sort of like an inline 6 and sounds much better than it really should (I know it has some symposer stuff going on, but who cares!)
Looks brilliant, I'm not all that bothered about how a car looks personally, but had quite a few people mentioning how good it looks, compared to 0 comments on my previous Focus. The alloys in particular look so much better in the rock finish than the silver that the Zetec S used to come with.
Handling: I could probably write an essay on this alone. Some people probably won't care about this at all, but to me it was one of the key reasons for picking it over some of the other cars. It obviously takes some time to adjust to a new car, and when it's new you can't really push it too much as it's still being broken in and you don't really know where the limits are. However, I've had some time to get to know it and the way it attacks corners and puts a smile on your face puts a lot of more expensive cars to shame. First thing to note is that there is certainly a lot more front end grip than rear end. Turn in is super sharp and the small wheel and relatively low ratio means you can get it turned in exactly where you want it. Second thing to note is that it's seemingly impossible to get the thing to understeer. It's super adjustable on the limit which is good fun, and has a liking for lift off oversteer when pushed, similar to the ST. It also stays so flat in the turn that it gives you good confidence and feel for what's going on. Good stuff. If you're just pootling along though, there is ample grip no matter what speed you're doing, so don't think it'll be drifting everywhere :D
MPGzzz: Took a while to learn how to use the engine properly to get good economy, but once you do (aka don't use too much boost) you can get good results, 50+ is quite easy and I've even seen a 60.2 for one long A/B road trip
Power: It is quick, but only relative to the engine size. I've found that it's usually best to keep it in third from 2.5k rpm if you want to push on as it is the first gear where you get full boost (1st and 2nd are limited to save the gearbox). It is so torquey from above 2k rpm that there really isn't any need to change down at all, and motorway overtakes are effortless.
Interior: Seats are superbly supportive, and also very comfortable once set up correctly. The new matt grey interior trim looks much nicer than the old glossy stuff and the black headliner makes it feel a lot more upmarket than it is. The new steering wheel looks very similar to the ST's (might even be the same, not sure) and is very soft and well padded, pedals are lovely too.
Hill Hold Assist: Surprised by how well it works in the fiesta, was expecting a grabby useless piece of tech, but it works brilliantly. Only use the handbrake when parking now, never when driving (even on hills!).
Cons:
Ride comfort: At low speeds it can be a bit jittery. By no means is it similar to an ST as they're very stiff, but for some it could be a problem - best bet is to test drive it. Once above 30mph though the damping and spring rate work very well and it's then very composed.
Power: It can be a bit of a laggy thing. Coming from a N/A lump I'm finding myself missing the instant throttle response that it gave, especially after gear changes where the Ecoboost is almost left standing at times. Does it feel like it has 140bhp? Yes as long as you're in 3rd, 4th or 5th and above 2k rpm, then it in fact feels like it has probably around 155bhp. Any other time and it can feel a bit lacking.
Interior: The infotainment, well... Also you can't have the vents on your face and the windscreen at the same time which seems daft to me. Sat nav works well enough, but won't win any awards.
Gearbox: It comes from a period before the Ecoboost was created and wasn't designed with it's torque in mind. Ideally Ford would've designed a new box for the Ecoboost to remove all of these problems. 1st and 2nd are torque limited and make it feel underwhelming (hence the poor 9s 0-60 relative to weight and bhp); reverse can be an absolute pig to get into and have found myself embarrassed by the loud crunching twice in a week.
I'm sure there's lots more, but it's late and I can't think of anything right now. Any other questions, feel free to ask and I'll do my best to answer. I might throw a pic up later in the week, but to be fair everyone knows what it looks like (I hope).

Great post, thanks for taking the time to share your views.

I would be interested in seeing the photos if you can be bothered... help feed my excitement 8)
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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 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks 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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Audi A6 Saloon 2.0 TDI 190ps SE lease, 10k miles, 9 + 23 £7,475.66 @ Gateway2Lease

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No idea why it's not on their offers page as it's quite a good one. £2051 initial rental, 23 x £227.99, plus £180 admin fee. https://www.gateway2lease.com/cars/audi/a6-saloon/a6-4-door-saloon-2.…
dnc316 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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This is expensive.
sao
This quote is for solid paint. It's worth noting that choosing metallic paint on a lease car should actually reduce the premium.


should ​in theory. I've only ever seen the price go up by the cost of options. doesn't seem to effect future residual value.
This quote is for solid paint. It's worth noting that choosing metallic paint on a lease car should actually reduce the premium.
That is a good deal
ahmedmustafa
Is this automatic or manual gearbox?

Manual. Automatic versions of these models have S-Tronic in the title.
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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!!
m4rky2011 Avatar2m, 11h agoFound 2 months, 11 hours ago20 Comments
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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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Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI Sport 4dr lease £5,518.57 2years 10k mile per year @ Freedom Vehicle Contracts

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as above cheap as chips Contract Length:24 months Contract Mileage:10000 Maintenance: No MRP:£27,300 on the road Free Delivery:(UK mainland only) Rental profile: Initial rental of £2000.00 p…
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I have to cover a fair amount of mileage a month for work, claiming 50p a mile. I'm thinking it would be beneficial because I have the peace of mind with it being under warranty. The amount of mileage I do a month would cover the cost of the payments.

Do people think this would be wise?
muffboy
Deedie
I have this engine in my yeti, and it goes very well. fuel economy is pretty poor on it though. averaged around 22mpg on my 2 week holiday over 1100 miles, with zero motorway driving.
You are obviously a very bad driver, accelerating harshly and braking hard, rather than reading the road ahead. Are you female by any chance?

no, this was on very winding roads on the isle of lewis and isle of skye. overtaking every camper van and caravan, and anything else that was driving stupidly slow, at every opportunity. so, yes a lot of harsh braking and acceleration etc.

no, I'm not female.

Edited By: Deedie on Aug 01, 2016 23:20
Deedie
I have this engine in my yeti, and it goes very well. fuel economy is pretty poor on it though. averaged around 22mpg on my 2 week holiday over 1100 miles, with zero motorway driving.

You are obviously a very bad driver, accelerating harshly and braking hard, rather than reading the road ahead. Are you female by any chance?
I have this engine in my yeti, and it goes very well. fuel economy is pretty poor on it though. averaged around 22mpg on my 2 week holiday over 1100 miles, with zero motorway driving.
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Ford Focus ST3 TDCI 185 Lease 23+9 - £162.91pm, initial payment £1,466.21, admin fee £360 total £5,573.14 (£232.14pm equivalent) @ Vehicles for business £5,573.14

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Best price around at the moment for a very good all rounder. 8000 miles PA, 23+9 lease. Around £390 more than this excellent deal: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ford-focus-st-3-tdci-185-pch…
2003bluecat Avatar2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago26 Comments
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expired
I got my local Ford dealer to match this deal so they asked me to send them the quotation and the bloody deal has expired :(:(
jparnell
hotmansausage
This morning 6 of these vehicles were available all in frozen white with style pack which includes 19inch alloys.


​did you order?
tempting, very tempting


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


​did you order?
tempting, very tempting
This morning 6 of these vehicles were available all in frozen white with style pack which includes 19inch alloys.
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AUDI A5 2.0 TDI 150 S LINE 2DR [NAV] CONVERTIBLE LEASE 48 Months £14,853.00 @ Lease Your Next Car

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Various deposit choices but all add up to around £15k for 4 years motoring in a car that has most bases covered which should be relatively trouble free and cheap (cambelt not needed during the chosen
tattertatter Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago12 Comments
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rporteo
New shape A5 is due out pretty soon, might get a better pcp deal from a dealer if you shop around, manufacturers usually offer a good sized deposit contribution on run out models


Q2 2017 for the a5 sportsback the convertible might be later in the year who knows.
New shape A5 is due out pretty soon, might get a better pcp deal from a dealer if you shop around, manufacturers usually offer a good sized deposit contribution on run out models
guttediam
Voting Sexy errr sorry HOT because she's sexy, personally wouldn't go for a convertible but realistically wouldn't spend this sort of money on a car not new or lease. But as cars go well I might of said this before SEXY SEXY SEXY Automobile & I luuuuuv it!!! Am adding heat, not for the deal but for Sexyniss. Hate me if you like & I know UKHD is for deals & not Sexyniss. So it's Hot Hot Hot for me. ;) :P ;)


Heat for the new website (UKHD) and new word (Sexyniss). Reassurance that things could always be worse.
15k for a 150bhp a5 oOX)
HOT
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Infiniti Q30 1.5d Premium 2015 Model Solid Paint £4,703.70 over 2 years at Gateway2Lease

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Premium car with a book price of over £20k, 8,000 miles per annum. Deposit = £935.93 23 Payments of £155.99 = £3,587.77 Administration Fee = £180 Total £4,703.70
Lowtrawler Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago57 Comments
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Don't get why this continual argument breaks out over leasing. There's a simple rule:
1) IF you're the sort of person who wants to drive a new car every 2-3 years, then leasing (if the sums in the offer add up) offers an attractive alternative to owning a heavily depreciating asset whilst reducing the hassle of constantly changing cars.
2) IF you're the sort of person who thinks any new cars are a mugs' game due to depreciation, then a well-chosen used cars (e.g. 3yr old) which has undergone the bulk of it's depreciation offers a better alternative - and leasing is never likely to be appealing to you.
3) IF you want to get a new car but drive it for a number of years (e.g. 4 or more) then you're probably better of buying a car and running it for several years - if you look after it then you really start to enjoy savings in years 4-10 as depreciation is much less and you're assured in the knowledge you've a good car as you have looked after it through it's life.

You just gotta understand what type of person you are.
Why do people make such a big fuss and vote cold because you have to give the car back? The clue is in the title . If leasing does not suit you then why bother reading any further and then voting cold? Lets assume you love this car and are thinking purchasing it at around £20k, in 2 years time you decide you want to change it , you will probably find as already stated in previous posts that the vehicle will only be worth around £10k, so because you hate leasing you have lost £10k while the person who doesn't care about giving the car back spends £5k for the identical car for the same period. Its not rocket science.
£4K for a car you borrow and only allowed to drive for 2 years???
kikboy
barbiegirl
dush_yant
The 1.5 engine is shiite, get the 1.6 engine which is from mercedes
The 1.6 is Sunni presumably then?
No it's 'Shiite' I believe.

think you may have missed the joke m8...
Spacehduk
You're still paying £50pw for f*ck all mileage. Fine if you have no savings and want an ornament on your drive to impress friends/the neighbours...but there's more intelligent ways of spending your money if you're after a nice car.

Yawn.....£50pw is f**k all and 8K would nearly cover my annual mileage at 10k and easily cover the wife's at 5K. Just where do people drive these days, try walking to the shops and school, or end of the road to post a letter. Don't understand these mileage and lease rants people have.
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Contract-Hire/Mitsubishi-Outlander-GX4h-PHEV-4x4-auto [ 6 month lease/rent - 12000 miles/6months] no advance payments £400.00+ vat /month FLEXXiLease

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I was looking for some short term deal and Mitsubishi showroom offered me the shortest 30 months to match mu budget also they asked me 7 payments in advance. I came across this online and it sounded t…
kazimierzkozlowski1 Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago11 Comments
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Not bad for people who need to effectively rent a car for 6 months. I.e me, who is out of the country for 6 months a year. Heat added
qwerta369
Mitsubishi Outlander drivers: rapid charging etiquette is to charge to 80% or for 30 minutes then please vacate the charger for the next person. Please don't leave the car plugged in, walk away and forget about it. Charging points are charging points. They're not parking spaces.

Sorry to tar you all with the same brush but it's nearly always the Mitsubishi Outlanders who are guilty of this.

Yours, a Leaf and Zoe driver.


Also gutted ecotricity have started charging at service stations but it might help stop the above you mention (if say it charges more if you hook up for considerably longer)
not too bad. ideal for someone who will make use of the 2k PM mileage allowance.
Mitsubishi Outlander drivers: rapid charging etiquette is to charge to 80% or for 30 minutes then please vacate the charger for the next person. Please don't leave the car plugged in, walk away and forget about it. Charging points are charging points. They're not parking spaces.

Sorry to tar you all with the same brush but it's nearly always the Mitsubishi Outlanders who are guilty of this.

Yours, a Leaf and Zoe driver.
kazimierzkozlowski1
Astec123
I'm not sure I see the point of having a car for just 6 months considering that's the steepest point in the depreciation curve and the inconvenience of having to find a replacement deal afterwards. At least with a year or 18month deals it averages out the depreciation a bit more and also gives you a reasonable time frame with the car.
some people might want to have the new car after 6 months. everyone is different.

Considering that you can get a host of options like, premium sports cars Jaguar F type etc, premium 4x4s Audi Q7 3litre quattros and various other options with insane trim levels for this sort of money, I think I'd rather pick an 18 month deal rather than fanny about with having to find a decent replacement deal every 6 months. In actual fact you're more likely going to need to start looking after 3 months with many deals needing 12weeks or so of lead time (possibly even sooner than that as you'd need to find your next deal before the cut off date for the car to be build/delivered. That's a seriously big headache for what is just a car with the last number plate version and I'm saying this as a petrol head.

While I appreciate horses for courses and that, this is more than niche, it's need to get priorities looked at in my mind. This is a non deal and expect to get very very cold.
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Audi A4 1.4TFSI SPORT, 2 year/ 10,000 miles p.a. (6 +23) lease, £192 incl vat per month (£5,568.00 over term) at Stable Vehicle Contracts

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Audi A4 for the price of a basic Golf! A brand new £26.5k Audi A4, keep it for 2 years, drive it for 20,000 miles, how much is it worth at the end of the 2 years? £19k at best? Well you can lease t…
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Chasloyal
madasadog
padamowicz93
I drive a 11 year old Fiesta 1.4 TDCi, can someone suggest why would I pay £200 a month for a car that I will never own ? I'm only 22 so still a lot to learn. I will never understand why working class people love to tie themselves up with monthly payments for almost everything that they own, and then they spend rest of their lives paying it off :(
Have you driven a brand new premium car? If not, you won't understand so it's not worth explaining.

I grew up with me old man upgarding his Merc every two years, I take it Mercs count as premium motors in Audi land?

A brand new one every two years without fail, paid for with trade in and the remaining balance paid in full with cash.

Alas my late father was a complete bell, as is one of my neighbours who received 40k from his former employers through some share option and proceeded to blow 25 of it on some stupid.....yep you guessed it.....Audi, rather than use it as a deposit to buy his flat off the council (_;) well he is a Debden boy after all.

I drive a little Mazda myself but my ickle flat in Buckhurst Hill is paid for, we own another flat in Sawbo which is paid for, oh and we got enough dough in the bank from the sale of our other gaff to buy any Audi out there cash if I so wished but ahem I don't.

You's enjoy driving some other bod's motor if it makes you feel so good, it is premium after all, and I'll enjoy total ownership of everything I have 8)



So instead of buying a posh car to show off, you state pretty much your whole estate and what you currently have in the bank on basically a forum.... I don't see the difference. Do you masturbate over your bank balance or something? Live a little.... Money is for spending (sensibly) you could be dead tomorrow...
Chasloyal
aymanhd
Chasloyal
madasadog
padamowicz93
I drive a 11 year old Fiesta 1.4 TDCi, can someone suggest why would I pay £200 a month for a car that I will never own ? I'm only 22 so still a lot to learn. I will never understand why working class people love to tie themselves up with monthly payments for almost everything that they own, and then they spend rest of their lives paying it off :(
Have you driven a brand new premium car? If not, you won't understand so it's not worth explaining.
I grew up with me old man upgarding his Merc every two years, I take it Mercs count as premium motors in Audi land?
A brand new one every two years without fail, paid for with trade in and the remaining balance paid in full with cash.
Alas my late father was a complete bell, as is one of my neighbours who received 40k from his former employers through some share option and proceeded to blow 25 of it on some stupid.....yep you guessed it.....Audi, rather than use it as a deposit to buy his flat off the council (_;) well he is a Debden boy after all.
I drive a little Mazda myself but my ickle flat in Buckhurst Hill is paid for, we own another flat in Sawbo which is paid for, oh and we got enough dough in the bank from the sale of our other gaff to buy any Audi out there cash if I so wished but ahem I don't.
You's enjoy driving some other bod's motor if it makes you feel so good, it is premium after all, and I'll enjoy total ownership of everything I have 8)
Not to get too involved, but you state you have enough cash to buy any Audi. Any. Audi. http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C722000
It would probably be quite a good investment anyway.

I'm not going down the road of what I may or may not have in our savings accounts as we can all make wild claims on the interweb.

Just like some people in this thread would never spend more than 20 pence on a doughnut so felt the urge to say. I don't get why people will do anything and live on 99p frozen pizzas to be seen in a motor they clearly can't afford.

Sorry that petrol fsscination is something I've never got, I'd much rather have a nice home that is paid for, eat well and wear decent clobber than drive about in some gangster wheels to give off the impression I'm loaded and impress some random sket wandering down Loughton High Road (_;)

Not much else I can say is there?


I hoped not, but a​pparently there is!
I have to cover a fair amount of mileage a month for work, claiming 50p a mile. I'm thinking it would be beneficial because I have the peace of mind with it being under warranty. The amount of mileage I do a month would cover the cost of the payments.

Do people think this would be wise?
paddy67
the only thing I've learned from this deal is that chas loyal is a ****

Another melt using a Jekyll username to lob abuse about, bullied at school were you?

Then again the username is a bit of a giveaway, I do understand that confession boxes bring lots of folk out in cold sweats (_;)
mad_design_man
AUDI - for those that can't afford Porsche!

PORSCHE - for those that can't afford Lamborghini. Lamborghini - for those that can't afford a McLaren. McLaren - for those that can't afford a Bugatti Veyron.

Alternatively, maybe a Porsche isn't what everyone would spend their money on.