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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 Avatar1d, 7h agoFound 1 day, 7 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 Avatar1d, 13h agoFound 1 day, 13 hours ago124 Comments
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Fallen1992
BigAde
Thanks flipnfil and M_z for your helpful responses.
Pepp77 - Maybe if you live in London, otherwise I completely disagree.




I live 430 miles north of London and also disagree.


Hope the rescuers reach you soon. Hang in there.
Mr.No
Sounds like this was a click bait deal from the beginning. Their Facebook page is dodgy too, the likes went from 7000 to 80,000 over the space of 3 days ,all from FB users in Africa and the Middle East (bought likes).

Not really, if you called this morning you'd have got one. I called at 11, paperwork was returned for the last car at 2.

Central & Yes have the diesel version for a slightly higher price
Mr.No
fossman
The form they sent over was a Yes Lease purchase order form, she said the cars are being built this week and will be available for delivery early August (delivered from Allen Ford in Northampton IIRC).The lease agreement on a personal lease does not get signed until a couple of days before the collection/delivery takes place (that's how the process worked with my Ateca).


Did you go for it in the end? Yeah I know how the signing of the agreement works, most are only sent out when the car is available. Only deviation I've seen from this was when I leased a Range Rover.

A family member leased a vehicle from Allen Ford direct before, they're a bit on the dodgy side too. They purposely make customers wait 14 days from the day you sign your agreement, to the day of delivery. They do this so that the consumer credit 14 day cooling off period expires before you get the car.


Yeah we went for the deal.

My wife had been looking for a cheap new car and she had settled on a pre reg Vauxhall Viva. After getting the Viva priced up it worked out at £210 per month on a 3 year HP.

I told her she could get a bigger much better car for less on a lease and when this deal showed up we jumped on it.
fossman
The form they sent over was a Yes Lease purchase order form, she said the cars are being built this week and will be available for delivery early August (delivered from Allen Ford in Northampton IIRC).The lease agreement on a personal lease does not get signed until a couple of days before the collection/delivery takes place (that's how the process worked with my Ateca).


Did you go for it in the end? Yeah I know how the signing of the agreement works, most are only sent out when the car is available. Only deviation I've seen from this was when I leased a Range Rover.

A family member leased a vehicle from Allen Ford direct before, they're a bit on the dodgy side too. They purposely make customers wait 14 days from the day you sign your agreement, to the day of delivery. They do this so that the consumer credit 14 day cooling off period expires before you get the car.
Pepp77
Winter tyres in the UK!!!!
Been driving for over 20 years and never once have I had a need for winter tyres, that is on a variety of front and rear wheel drive cars (including an M135i), we just do not get the weather to require it.
What a ridiculous comment, an accident only needs to happen once, you probably "do not use the ABS, ASC,ESP etc enough" but they are still fitted as standard

Also, improved braking and traction on winter tires starts from 7 degrees Celsius and down.

How many times do you get 7 degrees or less in the UK? Well often enough
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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 Avatar1d, 17h agoFound 1 day, 17 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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Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T sline 150 bhp lease 10k miles p/a.£190 P/M & £1892 initial payment,this includes £180 fee Total over 2 years £6,269.30 @ Gateway2lease

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Price based on solid white or black. delivery September. for a 30k list price car this is got to be one of the cheapest deals to lease it 10k miles p/a This deal has a charge of 9.6ppm for going over Read More
Price based on solid white or black. delivery September. for a 30k list price car this is got to be one of the cheapest deals to lease it 10k miles p/a This deal has a charge of 9.6ppm for going over
john1972 Avatar2d, 9h agoFound 2 days, 9 hours ago136 Comments
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mysterypersoncontest
HELP ME DECIDE PLEASE .....
I managed to secure a Golf GTI deal that was on awhile back and now my wife and I ate thinking about this deal as we never had an Audi before.
So here are the details for the Golf GTI
8000 Per annum ( 8k is enough for me )
DSG AUTO
Pure White ( £250 price Inc in total )
23+6 Term ( September delivery )
£1315 Initial
£219 monthly
= £6352
( no admin fees as getting from dealer )
A few things that's putting me off the Audi is the DSG Auto , Virtual Cockpit and Flatbottom Steering Wheel. Which I would have to pay extra for. Whereas I would get them in the GTI ......... Also the Engine would be a massive difference compared to GTI don't you think ???
HELP Me Decide Please .

Only you can decide which suits your needs best, but if I were choosing I'd go for the Golf GTi. The Audi may be a slightly nicer place to sit, but the Golf will be more fun to drive. You'll also get more equipment as standard with the Golf.
manimal_GB
mysterypersoncontest
HELP ME DECIDE PLEASE .....I managed to secure a Golf GTI deal that was on awhile back and now my wife and I ate thinking about this deal as we never had an Audi before. So here are the details for the Golf GTI8000 Per annum ( 8k is enough for me )DSG AUTO Pure White ( £250 price Inc in total )23+6 Term ( September delivery )£1315 Initial £219 monthly = £6352 ( no admin fees as getting from dealer )A few things that's putting me off the Audi is the DSG Auto , Virtual Cockpit and Flatbottom Steering Wheel. Which I would have to pay extra for. Whereas I would get them in the GTI ......... Also the Engine would be a massive difference compared to GTI don't you think ???HELP Me Decide Please .
Best way go to a dealer and try both, I always test drive before I lease. Personally I would go with the golf, although the engine in the Audi is ok (I have it in a polo ) the difference will be night and day.
I looked at the golf and really liked it, although ended up with a Leon cupra 290 on an astounding deal. Would definitely consider a golf next time if the right deal came up

Yeah guess have to go drive an Audi A4 and see how it is. Have to see tho at night the Audi looks freaking awesome with all the LED lights etc
mysterypersoncontest

A few things that's putting me off the Audi is the DSG Auto , Virtual Cockpit and Flatbottom Steering Wheel.

Don't worry too much, every Audi interior is a cockpit :)
joesmum
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joesmum
good deal, daughter pays more than this for Ford Fiesta on a lease agreement.
Keep in mind the initial rental, I doubt she paid anything near that for her fiesta.
If she did then they saw her coming!
she must be lying then.

Touchy :)

I think what everyone is trying to say is that she may be paying more than £190, but unlikely to be paying more than £260.
mysterypersoncontest
HELP ME DECIDE PLEASE .....I managed to secure a Golf GTI deal that was on awhile back and now my wife and I ate thinking about this deal as we never had an Audi before. So here are the details for the Golf GTI8000 Per annum ( 8k is enough for me )DSG AUTO Pure White ( £250 price Inc in total )23+6 Term ( September delivery )£1315 Initial £219 monthly = £6352 ( no admin fees as getting from dealer )A few things that's putting me off the Audi is the DSG Auto , Virtual Cockpit and Flatbottom Steering Wheel. Which I would have to pay extra for. Whereas I would get them in the GTI ......... Also the Engine would be a massive difference compared to GTI don't you think ???HELP Me Decide Please .

Best way go to a dealer and try both, I always test drive before I lease. Personally I would go with the golf, although the engine in the Audi is ok (I have it in a polo ) the difference will be night and day.
I looked at the golf and really liked it, although ended up with a Leon cupra 290 on an astounding deal. Would definitely consider a golf next time if the right deal came up
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Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI S Line (10K P/A) £198.00 P/M + £1782 Initial Payment Total cost £6,636. @ CHL

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Just came across this on my facebook news feed of all places. Looks to be a very good deal. That price is £198pm for a car with an OTR of £30,460. With the initial rental at £1,782 and fees of £300; Read More
Just came across this on my facebook news feed of all places. Looks to be a very good deal. That price is £198pm for a car with an OTR of £30,460. With the initial rental at £1,782 and fees of £300;
ThaClarksta Avatar4d, 59m agoFound 4 days, 59 minutes ago390 Comments
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pambecs
what happens if a lease car gets scratches or bumper scrapes as inevitably happens in supermarket car parks. Do you have a damage waiver or something


What happens if someone borrows your car and gets scratches or bumper scrapes on it? that will answer your question.
pgilc1
Did you post it on here?The cheapest one posted was around a year ago @ £5568http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/audi-a4-1-4tfsi-sport-2-year-10-000-miles-p-a-6-23-lease-192-incl-vat-per-month-2479905


think he may mean one of these 2 which were both just under 4800 with lower mileage:

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/audi-a4-saloon-14t-fsi-sport-4dr-lease-1300-down-and-142-a-month-inc-vat-vehiclesforbusiness-2380110

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/audi-a4-14tfsi-sport-11891-pcm-1800-deposit-240-admin-fee-2-year-lease-5k-miles-477493-national-vehicle-solutions-2286897
I think this beats it for the same car and mileage?
9+23, £1,695 down and £188 a month!
https://www.selectcarleasing.co.uk/car-leasing/audi/a4/saloon/14t_fsi_s_line_4dr_[leatheralc]/80184.html
M_z
lonesomepuppet
Your talking absolute SCALLOPS !! Nowadays, all engines are becoming smaller litre but more powerful turbos, meaning this will have the equivilant power of a standard 2 litre.I have an Audi S8, which is the reduced 4 litre engine, as opposed to the old 5.2 V10, but its the same engine as a lambourghini, more powerful, better economy, faster.So please stop it with all the b++sh+t of the car is too slow !!!!BY THE WAY , HEAT FOR OP !!!! SUPER HOT DEAL !!
You are replying to the wrong person ......


sorry mate, meant for the other guy
cigbunt
last year they had the 1.4t sport 10k per year for about £4200...that was a hot deal

Did you post it on here?

The cheapest one posted was around a year ago @ £5568

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/audi-a4-1-4tfsi-sport-2-year-10-000-miles-p-a-6-23-lease-192-incl-vat-per-month-2479905

Edited By: pgilc1 on Jun 21, 2017 13:17
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VW Golf GTI 5dr new £229 + VAT PM for 36m £9,892.80 @ VEHICLE CONTRACTS

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Looks a deal for personal and business
robbiewhitnash Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago11 Comments
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Avallon
I'm paying £269 on a 1+23, 5dr (Facelift) DSG @ 10k p/a so not particularly a deal unfortunately. (I even paid a little over the odds to get a Sep delivery).

Where from please!
master10
Peanut said "in 3 years you would have spent 60% of full cost and you didnt own any of it". Thats pretty simple maths to me. £9289.80/0.6=£16488. Now please show me where I can buy for that price. Even at 25k list prices, this isnt 60% cost over 3 years.


yeah ok I just took that as he mixed up the 40/60 split the wrong way meaning he was 20% out although being fair your 28K is roughly 10% out. However I thought there was merit in the question he was asking, in this example, albeit agree 60% isn't correct.
Bertz99
master10
2.5k off still isnt just over 16k though is it. I never said it was hot, but I want to know where these can be bought for that price new so I can get one. Think people know no better and think its a standard golf.

Don't get your point - peanut is saying would it not be better to buy rather than lease in this example. Doing the maths means you need to consider the new cost (realistic not RRP although sure no dealer would complain if you wanted to pay that) and compare its residue value at the end of the lease (again realistically) albeit I was over quoting its predicted depreciation as this model is estimated, on low mileage (compared to high I gave), to hold significantly more value. Not sure where anyone has said you can buy this brand new at either 16 or 18k.


Peanut said "in 3 years you would have spent 60% of full cost and you didnt own any of it". Thats pretty simple maths to me. £9289.80/0.6=£16488. Now please show me where I can buy for that price. Even at 25k list prices, this isnt 60% cost over 3 years.
master10
2.5k off still isnt just over 16k though is it. I never said it was hot, but I want to know where these can be bought for that price new so I can get one. Think people know no better and think its a standard golf.

Don't get your point - peanut is saying would it not be better to buy rather than lease in this example. Doing the maths means you need to consider the new cost (realistic not RRP although sure no dealer would complain if you wanted to pay that) and compare its residue value at the end of the lease (again realistically) albeit I was over quoting its predicted depreciation as this model is estimated, on low mileage (compared to high I gave), to hold significantly more value. Not sure where anyone has said you can buy this brand new at either 16 or 18k.
Bertz99
master10
These are close to 28k new, where are they available for 18k?


That's RRP - you can get close to 2.5K off that without too much trouble which means you would be looking to sell at 15.5K after 3 years to break even - can see traders selling quite a bit higher than that mark and even with their margins taken into account, so like 'orrible it's cold from me too. Maybe m5rcc will pop by soon and give you a better deal link soon.


2.5k off still isnt just over 16k though is it. I never said it was hot, but I want to know where these can be bought for that price new so I can get one. Think people know no better and think its a standard golf.
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Jaguar XE R-Sport £299 month PCH Lease, 1 x23 payments = £7,174.56 @ Stratstone

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I have this car on a 4 year lease and I love it!. I'm paying slightly less per month, but had this deal been on the table I think I would've pick this instead. Mainly to avoid the 'out of warranty' 4t… Read More
I have this car on a 4 year lease and I love it!. I'm paying slightly less per month, but had this deal been on the table I think I would've pick this instead. Mainly to avoid the 'out of warranty' 4t…
KnightInd2000 Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago181 Comments
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Majj786
The cars available in blue black red and gun metal grey there stock cars so won't let u upgrade alloys I did try

How hard was it to get guy salmon to match the deal? I've just been into my local guy salmon in Kent and they said they couldn't get anywhere near this deal.....
mad_design_man
I'm saving £299 a month by driving my current (paid for) car, now that's a deal!
Did you buy your car new or was it second hand?

Firstly, you read the Daily Mail? Says it all really!

Secondly, what is your point?
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Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE Business 5dr DCT Automatic [Sat Nav] 24 month lease £4,735.00

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The Q30 SE Business Automatic comes with a choice of colours (Obsidian Black, Moonlight White*, Graphite Shadow*, Ink Blue*, Malbec Black* or Blade Silver*) - the spec-filled Infiniti Business Pack (I… Read More
The Q30 SE Business Automatic comes with a choice of colours (Obsidian Black, Moonlight White*, Graphite Shadow*, Ink Blue*, Malbec Black* or Blade Silver*) - the spec-filled Infiniti Business Pack (I…
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Had a phone call this afternoon, car is being delivered next week. They have just had a lot of confirmations from the manufacturer, so are arranging for a lot to go out.

On another note, did these come with carmats?
told 4 weeks to complete_ 25 days in and still not even paperwork
Placed the order and was told it could take 4-6 weeks for delivery.The vigil begins.....
alvleeds111
Csirkefogo
Anybody who got this, what did they tell you for how many weeks until delivered?
3 weeks gone and still nothing not even paperwork

You received your paperwork yet?, I'm 4 weeks into the process, though received the paperwork 2 weeks ago. Still no delivery date, and they still havn't received the car from Infiniti.
Csirkefogo
Anybody who got this, what did they tell you for how many weeks until delivered?


3 weeks gone and still nothing not even paperwork
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LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER EVOQUE 2.0 eD4 SE 5dr 2WD - LEASE £13,630.00 @ All car leasing

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LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER EVOQUE DIESEL HATCHBACK 2.0 eD4 SE 5dr 2WD 48 month LEASE / PCH 5000 MILES £248pcm Inc VAT £1488 deposit Inc VAT £199 processing fee excluding VAT Approx £13630 for the full Read More
LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER EVOQUE DIESEL HATCHBACK 2.0 eD4 SE 5dr 2WD 48 month LEASE / PCH 5000 MILES £248pcm Inc VAT £1488 deposit Inc VAT £199 processing fee excluding VAT Approx £13630 for the full
robodob Avatar1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago35 Comments
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We got the same spec ED4 2017 model Evoque from select car leasing in September last year for c£800 down (3 months) and £257 a month for 48 months. 6,000 miles p.a. but a low penalty for going over £199 broker fee I recall. It is a good car with leather seats, touch screen stuff, automatic braking, keyless etc etc. comes with metallic and nice alloys as standard. service interval is 2 years 24,000 miles and you can buy a service pack that covers all servicing for £499. overall we are very happy with the car, no problems. better than the Freelander 2 it replaced. it is a very nice car for the money and people are flabbergasted when we tell them what the monthly cost is. This is a similar deal.

Edited By: 4bsy on Jun 06, 2017 19:20: Jun 06, 2017 19:20
Slightly cheaper with 8k miles here: http://www.vehiclesforbusiness.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/land-rover/range-rover-evoque-4x4/range-rover-evoque-diesel-hatchback-20-ed4-se-5dr-2wd-185809996

Total cost equates to £280 per month for the term - £13,451 total.

£2103.93 inc VAT upfront
£233.77 inc VAT per month for 47 months
£360 inc VAT fee.

Seems like a good deal, though warranty is only 3 years, so final year could be costly if anything goes wrong.
Bertz99
I am not requesting you to respond and the value I added (and achieved) wasn't for your benefit.

Yet you responded to solely to something that I wrote.

It's almost as if you have nothing else better to do, Bertie.
robodob
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robodob
If there's a cheaper deal for this motor post it up...
Although normally I agree its a fair point on this one the deal is what it is ie a lot of money for a car that is fairly well known to spend half its life in the garage being fixed, also 5000 miles if a waste of time for 90% of the driving population!
By definition if there isn't a cheaper offer on this car then it's a good deal. Regardless of personal opinions or anecdotal evidence of reliability. Adjust for mileage or paying the excess mileage is an option on this deal (stated) and the offer still seems reasonable with 10k. I would still like to see a better offer on a new EVOQUE, genuinely...


Sorry but I've got to say because there isn't a cheaper deal doesn't make this one good/hot !
m5rcc
Sorry Bertie. I do not go out of my way to only respond to what one specific member of HUKD has written on a lease thread at the eleventh hour when no-one remotely cares or will be reading the thread. Unlike yourself, not only have I added value to the thread by offering a better deal but I actually add value to the whole of HUKD. Tell me - when are you personally going to add a fresh deal?
You seem to have missed this bit I stated above "Your responses were so good until"

m5rcc
I'm afraid your statistic was based on opinion, not fact, assuming that only 10% of the nation does 5,000 miles or less. I've proved otherwise, but thank you for your contribution.
That isn't quality - more a case of you setting yourself up on your pedestal, as normal when you encounter an opposing view, of how correct you are compared to someone else - of course keeping it objective, seeing the other views, rational, logical or even keeping any resemblance to reality goes out the window but we both know I am not the only one to see this - hopefully in the real world you have this issue more under control.

m5rcc
The definition of trolling to a tee - someone going out of their way to provoke
continue the definition "or illicit a response"
I am not requesting you to respond and the value I added (and achieved) wasn't for your benefit.


Edited By: Bertz99 on May 25, 2017 13:30
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Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE Business 5dr DCT Automatic [Sat Nav] 24 month lease, 8k miles £4,735.00 @ Motor depot

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Looks like a very good deal for an auto which is rare. 8000 miles a year, 24 months £250 deposit, £195 a month. I calculate that to be £4735 excluding any fees they may charge As with any ca… Read More
Looks like a very good deal for an auto which is rare. 8000 miles a year, 24 months £250 deposit, £195 a month. I calculate that to be £4735 excluding any fees they may charge As with any ca…
united4eva Avatar1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago14 Comments
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This is a good price. Shame its not available at this price on PCP. It's dramatically higher direct from Infiniti!
Cactus C4 Deal ending next week so I've just hopped on to this deal. 3 years and 10,000. Very happy. Thanks OP
bhaisab
Hope I don't get called stupid.... Lazy yes
Does it come with reverse/parking sensors?

Driver Convenience
Bluetooth telephone connectivity Cruise control + speed limiter Door/boot open warning light Drive mode selector Eco mode Exterior temperature gauge Front assistant collision mitigation Hill hold assist InTouch system Lane departure warning system Low fuel level warning light Oil level gauge Push button starter Rear parking sensor Rev counter Service interval indicator Speed sensitive power steering Touchscreen colour Satellite Navigation Trip computer Voice control system
Hope I don't get called stupid.... Lazy yes

Does it come with reverse/parking sensors?
A13
Is the car yours to keep at the end of the 24 month period, like a mobile phone contract?

For clarity, this is a leasing contract. When you lease, you don't own squat.
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Skoda Octavia vRS Diesel Estate 2.0 TDI CR £5,322.21 at National Vehicle Solutions. 10k mpa, 2yr lease

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Cracking deal for the vRS Estate with 10,000 miles allowance per year. Very low custom initial rental of £586.41, then 23 payments of £195.47. The admin fee is £239.99 giving an equivalent monthly c… Read More
Cracking deal for the vRS Estate with 10,000 miles allowance per year. Very low custom initial rental of £586.41, then 23 payments of £195.47. The admin fee is £239.99 giving an equivalent monthly c…
SilverBandit Avatar1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago7 Comments
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Expired now, must have been a misprice - they've up'd the initial rental to £2400.
Sorry folks.
cspectre
GeoffAngela
How do you get that please?
Comes in at £270.55 a month, £811.65 first payment when I try.
Follow the link, set mileage to 10k and the initial rental reduces by a (suspiciously) large amount to match the above deal. Looks like a potential mis-price? But good if you can actually get it.

Ah, got it. But if you proceed to the enquiry screen you don't seem to be able to get that price. Pity, my wife was keen on one of these.
rooney10
Is this price for business use ex vat perhaps ?
Seems very cheap indeed , £2661.10 a year ...... much less than depreciation would cost you for a 1 - 2 year old used car , never mind a new one !

It is possibly to get really cheap deals. Just leased a Kia Optima Sportswagen (Mondeo sized estate) from these guys for £177 first payment, £177 a month for 2 years 5K PA. But I think this might be a pricing error.
Very nice price if it does indeed come out at £221.76 pm.
GeoffAngela
How do you get that please?
Comes in at £270.55 a month, £811.65 first payment when I try.

Follow the link, set mileage to 10k and the initial rental reduces by a (suspiciously) large amount to match the above deal. Looks like a potential mis-price? But good if you can actually get it.
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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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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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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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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
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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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Seat Leon 1.4TSI FR Technology Pack + Free Metallic Paint 2 Year Lease 8k Miles £4,536.00 @ What Car

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I've ordered from national vehicle today says 13 weeks how long did it take for others ?

Edited By: irabbs7 on May 31, 2017 23:49
where from?


what a hero, this is a cracking deal, especially being such a low deposit. thanks for the link, I would never have noticed this on the website. just ordered one today.
Ordered mine 25th April. Been told build week is week commencing 19th June and hopefully delivery 3-4 weeks later. Ordered in white. Old car is falling apart so I'm looking forward to it hopefully arriving without delay!
I ordered mine on lease at the beginning of March with a 12 week lead time, been told it may going into production in week 21 with delivery at the end of June. I believe it's due to a lack of availability the 1.4TSi which has become increasingly popular due to the public's lack of faith in diesels currently.
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Nissan Juke Lease Deal £111.18 a month Annual mileage 8000 - £3,917.76 total @ Vehicles for Business

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


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


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


Every model, will have their lemons. Which means, that no manufacturer produces cars that are 100% faultless straight from the factory so it's entirely possible to buy any brand new car that will have endless problems because, it is a lemon. For example, this chaps colleague may have the only one of these in the entire world that has had to have three engines in nine months, does that mean every one will be the same? Answer being, no. That is just an example. My neighbour has this car and had zero problems. Doesn't mean they are all the same.
ruc
Rusty82
stuellis
Hope you have better luck with the Duke than my work colleague, 3 engines in 9 months.
To be fair you could say that about most cars. Every model will have their lemons.
how? if it's the whole engine had to be replaced 3 times?
Probably because these are built in Britain...
It seems this was a 'Joke' from nissan design team and nissan wanted to prove however ugly car they produce, there will be enough fools who will buy car from them to keep outgoing. they proved it.
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Mac Allister Foldable Quick Grip Clamp Workbench, (W)550mm £40.00 delivered (please read) @ B&Q

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These are OK but the legs use a very brittle plastic, when I was folding mine up the legs use a kind of "lever/fulcrum" system to pack the table together. Something was obviously not aligned right inside so the force on the top bit of the leg ended up snapping it off!
Whole table rendered useless. Luckily it was under warranty and Screwfix replaced it, but it's obviously a known fault as I noticed the replacement had bright yellow warning tape on it saying "Don't use the legs to open the table".
Also it is a faff to open and close, there's not much tolerance.
The one I recieved from B&Q also had the yellow tape.
These are OK but the legs use a very brittle plastic, when I was folding mine up the legs use a kind of "lever/fulcrum" system to pack the table together. Something was obviously not aligned right inside so the force on the top bit of the leg ended up snapping it off!

Whole table rendered useless. Luckily it was under warranty and Screwfix replaced it, but it's obviously a known fault as I noticed the replacement had bright yellow warning tape on it saying "Don't use the legs to open the table".

Also it is a faff to open and close, there's not much tolerance.
Wish I had got the Screwfix one last week, or week before that.


That link takes me to a for sale ad from 8 years ago?! God the app is "whack"
Maybe suggest your method of free delivery by spending over £50 on that deal instead, rather than create a new deal?
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Nissan Navara Double Cab Pick Up Lease Deal - £222.65p/m (£6,679.50 total) - nationwidevehiclecontracts

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puddles9999
They are just all around better but more expensive got the orange wild track but if you can't afford it the Nissan is a decent truck

According to whom? You? Others say otherwise...
m5rcc
puddles9999
For ranger much better but still heat added

Yeh, you said that on the previous Navara thread too.. This is based on what?


They are just all around better but more expensive got the orange wild track but if you can't afford it the Nissan is a decent truck
surely doing only 6k pa doesn't warrant owning a diesel?

great cars though!
puddles9999
For ranger much better but still heat added

Yeh, you said that on the previous Navara thread too.. This is based on what?


That's the old D40 model. Nothing to do with the new model
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1.6T SE 2 year lease with 8k miles £4,845.25 delivered at Nationwide Vehicle Contracts

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manbearpig
Cold, why would you lease a petrol car when the diesel is available for less? It's less economical.


What if you don't do massive mileage and therefore want to avoid the issues you can have with the dpf if you don't do long enough trips... And with petrol itself being cheaper too.

Different people have different wants and needs from things like cars. Which is precisely why you can buy both petrol and diesel models of most cars.
Cold, why would you lease a petrol car when the diesel is available for less? It's less economical.
ianjury
Slim2k
ianjury
So nearly 5 grand for two years and car not yours !!!! Lol bargain NOT !!

£20k car would have more than £5k depreciation over 2 years, so I don't think this is too bad. Unless your going to keep a car for 7+ years to justify cost of maintenance (cambelt, servicing, 4 tires etc) leasing is the way to go for hassle-free ownership


I totally agree with you but at least if you buy a £5000 car which these days you can get a real good deal after 2 years will still be £2500 - £3000 depends on what type of car or is it that just driving a new car !! Im driving a 10 year old car BUT its bought and paid for and its all mine


And that is your prerogative. Plenty of people, myself included don't want to do that, which is my/our choice. If I want a new car every couple of years then leasing tends to be cheaper than finance or cash because you lose far too much on depreciation.
Yes but it's 10 years old.

This car is brand new. It's not the leasing part that makes it more expensive. For some people handing the car back when they're finished with it is seen as an advantage rather than haggle with a salesman over trade-in values.

Not suggesting that your philosophy of buying a used car over a new one is in any way wrong, just that different people have different requirements. My employer pays a car allowance for me to use my own car for business purposes. However they will only pay this on vehicles up to 6 years old, at which point the allowance would be suspended until I swap to a newer vehicle. This leasing deal gives you fixed costs over the term. No depreciation to worry about, no MOT test needed, no road tax to pay, and a brand new set of tyres from day one. It will also have a full manufacturers warranty until you hand it back. This is why people are starting to wise up to the benefits of leasing.

Of course it's not for everyone, and if you're happy to run around in your 10 year old car then that will probably save you quite a bit of money. But just because it isn't right for you, doesn't mean it's not right for anyone.

Just saying, that's all.

Edited By: Guzzle on May 08, 2017 17:04: .
Slim2k
ianjury
So nearly 5 grand for two years and car not yours !!!! Lol bargain NOT !!

£20k car would have more than £5k depreciation over 2 years, so I don't think this is too bad. Unless your going to keep a car for 7+ years to justify cost of maintenance (cambelt, servicing, 4 tires etc) leasing is the way to go for hassle-free ownership


I totally agree with you but at least if you buy a £5000 car which these days you can get a real good deal after 2 years will still be £2500 - £3000 depends on what type of car or is it that just driving a new car !! Im driving a 10 year old car BUT its bought and paid for and its all mine
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Nissan Leaf £160.16pm for 23mths lease + Admin/Deposit £1314.96 - Total £4,998.64 @ What Car

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Oh here we go. Go on then. Tell us how from 0-20 mph it's a flying machine then it crawls it's way to 60 in 8 seconds. Zzzzzz

The Leaf is quicker around town, a decent petrol engine is quicker on the motorway. Buy for whichever you spend more time doing.
Oh here we go. Go on then. Tell us how from 0-20 mph it's a flying machine then it crawls it's way to 60 in 8 seconds. Zzzzzz
markymark34
Aeschylus
I have a 30KW Leaf, and once you go electric you wont go back, the smoothness, the quickness... for 550 miles it cost me £4.72 in electric...
Now work out your fuel cost for 550 miles.....
mine is £179 for 2 years though JSHolmes Nissan.... you will also get a free home charger
This car is not quick. Compared to lower model petrol engines yes it is a little more nippy but it is very far from being a fast car.

You have no idea what are you talking about.
sam800
rooney10
sam800
Mine is 2015 with 13000 miles on clock, want to sell for £8900/ battery owned
if you don't mind me asking what was the original purchase cost for this car and what model is it ?
It's 2015 model, red colour in mind condition has just got 13000 miles. I bought it last December and I want to sell it because I've got job in Switzerland[/quot

ai79man
Monkeybumcheeks
markymark34
[quote=Aeschylus] I have a 30KW Leaf, and once you go electric you wont go back, the smoothness, the quickness... for 550 miles it cost me £4.72 in electric...
Now work out your fuel cost for 550 miles.....
mine is £179 for 2 years though JSHolmes Nissan.... you will also get a free home charger
This car is not quick. Compared to lower model petrol engines yes it is a little more nippy but it is very far from being a fast car.
Not quite sure what its lap time is around the Nurburgring, but if you are after something nippy or fast....this aint for you X)
There is difference between fast and quick. Perhaps got mixed up here. :) It is quity nippy (nothing dizzying) upto 40ish mph, after that it is sad.

wtf is the difference between fast and quick ? And to complicate matters further you now through in a curve ball with the 'quity nippy' (nothing dazzling) description , whatever that means ....... all very confusing , lol
Monkeybumcheeks
markymark34
Aeschylus
I have a 30KW Leaf, and once you go electric you wont go back, the smoothness, the quickness... for 550 miles it cost me £4.72 in electric...
Now work out your fuel cost for 550 miles.....
mine is £179 for 2 years though JSHolmes Nissan.... you will also get a free home charger
This car is not quick. Compared to lower model petrol engines yes it is a little more nippy but it is very far from being a fast car.
Not quite sure what its lap time is around the Nurburgring, but if you are after something nippy or fast....this aint for you X)
There is difference between fast and quick. Perhaps got mixed up here. :) It is quity nippy (nothing dizzying) upto 40ish mph, after that it is sad.


Edited By: ai79man on May 08, 2017 22:01
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Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE 2 year lease with 8k miles. £4,546 at Motordepot £4,546.00

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Had a phone call this afternoon, car is being delivered next week. They have just had a lot of confirmations from the manufacturer, so are arranging for a lot to go out.On another note, did these come with carmats?

Yeah, mine came with carmat
Had a phone call this afternoon, car is being delivered next week. They have just had a lot of confirmations from the manufacturer, so are arranging for a lot to go out.

On another note, did these come with carmats?
jamiepb
I had a call yesterday and they told me they had a huge number of requests and that they expected to have my registration on Monday, and from there still around 10 days because of Santander's paperwork to deliver the car. I do not like this wait either, but I think the price deserves it, and I still have my old car.

I returned the paperwork 2 weeks ago today, and they still don't have the car from Infiniti, with no idea when it will even be available. Has now been 4 weeks since I started this process.
I had a call yesterday and they told me they had a huge number of requests and that they expected to have my registration on Monday, and from there still around 10 days because of Santander's paperwork to deliver the car. I do not like this wait either, but I think the price deserves it, and I still have my old car.
alvleeds111
So after 19 days and still heard nothing. I have called and chased. they had said that all the orders have all had their registrations attach but my was missed so I will need to wait for the next delivery. smell a bit of bullsh't if you ask me. we will see how long it takes now
I'm in no rush anyway especially at the price I paid


they have called back today and promised delivery within 2 weeks, a very bold statement
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BMW 1 Series Diesel Hatchback 116d Sport 5dr - Lease Total Price £7011 @BMW Chester

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donslibi
prash_2k
Rubbish car. Rubbish engine.

It's actually a good car with a good engine and decent drive, just too small for a family and a low riding position which may not be for all. Your comment is misplaced.


No it's not.
116d is a rubbish engine. Very slow and not very economical. Considering what the gov or the man is planning for diesel cars. You will be left with a slow polluting diesel with a huge tax bill. On the other hand the 123d can be remapped to 220 bhp. Which is a good engine.
That's the engine

Now the car. It's ugly with a huge senseless bonnet and stupidly small boot space.
The rivals are. Audi A3 or Mercedes A1 even the Ford Focus. All far superior in build quality, space inside and boot. How the ford lacks in build quality it makes up for in space.

So yes it's a rubbish car and a rubbish engine.


very knowledgeable... ;)
m5rcc
richt
My dad has a 216d Active Tourer (1.5 Ltr 3 Valve Turbo Diesel). With 3 adults and a boot full of luggage on a motorway journey we can average 76 mpg.

Yes but what is the total average? Nearer to 55mpg no doubt...

richt
I am from a family who has always owned BMW's, Mercedes or Audi's, and that 116d engine in the BMW is probably the best in it's class. Beats the 1.6d from VW/Audi any day!

Unless you had a more economical and reliable Honda 1.6iDTEC.


Wow you love a hot uk deals debate...
richt
prash_2k
donslibi
prash_2k
Rubbish car. Rubbish engine.
It's actually a good car with a good engine and decent drive, just too small for a family and a low riding position which may not be for all. Your comment is misplaced.
No it's not.
116d is a rubbish engine. Very slow and not very economical. Considering what the gov or the man is planning for diesel cars. You will be left with a slow polluting diesel with a huge tax bill. On the other hand the 123d can be remapped to 220 bhp. Which is a good engine.
That's the engine
Now the car. It's ugly with a huge senseless bonnet and stupidly small boot space.
The rivals are. Audi A3 or Mercedes A1 even the Ford Focus. All far superior in build quality, space inside and boot. How the ford lacks in build quality it makes up for in space.
So yes it's a rubbish car and a rubbish engine.

Prash you are talking out of your rear regarding the engine!
My dad has a 216d Active Tourer (1.5 Ltr 3 Valve Turbo Diesel). With 3 adults and a boot full of luggage on a motorway journey we can average 76 mpg. Are you saying that's uneconomical???? The Active Tourer is a much bigger and heavier vehicle too. Uh, and another thing, there is no such car as a Mercedes A1! Do you mean the A Class, which is just as cramped as a 1 series? I do agree that the car is small for a family, but for a single person or couple it is more than adequate.
I am from a family who has always owned BMW's, Mercedes or Audi's, and that 116d engine in the BMW is probably the best in it's class. Beats the 1.6d from VW/Audi any day!


Firstly 216 and 116 are different cars. We are discussing the 116.
Secondly it's your Dads car. Not urs. So you don't live with it and drive it everyday

Finally if you think the 116d is BMW best in its class. You must be tripping on acid. 123d is by faaaar the better.

I mean the 116 is sooooo bad. How you can say it's best in any category is beyond me. Especially when you have so many options
psmith1958
why oh why lease.... you could get a £9k loan over 48mnths at about £200 pm and at the end the car is yours (admitedly you cant get new for 9k, ) but atleast you have some thing to show for your money


With such a stupid comment it's difficult not to reply with something similar.

Maybe people don't want an old used car that your 9k will get you? Maybe people want to drive a new car, and not keep it for 4 years? If you are one of those people then leasing tends to be cheaper than doing it any other way. We change our cars every 2 years and have done it through finance, cash or bank loan and you always lose more than if you leased.

It's really quite simple yet people are still unable to grasp the concept.
richt
My dad has a 216d Active Tourer (1.5 Ltr 3 Valve Turbo Diesel). With 3 adults and a boot full of luggage on a motorway journey we can average 76 mpg.

Yes but what is the total average? Nearer to 55mpg no doubt...

richt
I am from a family who has always owned BMW's, Mercedes or Audi's, and that 116d engine in the BMW is probably the best in it's class. Beats the 1.6d from VW/Audi any day!

Unless you had a more economical and reliable Honda 1.6iDTEC.
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Nissan Navara Diesel Double Cab Pick Up Tekna 2.3dCi 190 BHP 4WD! - Total Price £6333 @ UK Car & Van Leasing

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Been hunting around for a Navara - Seems like a pretty good price, can't find online cheaper - whether it's beatable I'm not sure.... Business Lease offer 2 years £197 per month for 23 months, £17…
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puddles9999
Cold ford ranger much better
This sector is getting very competitive (I work in the van industry and review them for the media). The latest Navara gives the Ranger a good run for its money, in fact the independent suspension gives a class leading ride and it's won numerous awards. Having said that, Ranger in its latest incarnation is a superb truck. If I was spending my own money Ranger jwould probably just edge it, I've a personal preference for the cab environment.
There are some good lease deals knocking around for the Fiat Fullback, a rebadged Mitsubishi L200. If you're not a badge snob it's worth a look.

These things are supposed to be workhorses arent they?

How does that work when you give them back....what is considered fair wear and tear on a pickup?

Edited By: Monkeybumcheeks on May 03, 2017 20:16
puddles9999
Cold ford ranger much better


This sector is getting very competitive (I work in the van industry and review them for the media). The latest Navara gives the Ranger a good run for its money, in fact the independent suspension gives a class leading ride and it's won numerous awards. Having said that, Ranger in its latest incarnation is a superb truck. If I was spending my own money Ranger jwould probably just edge it, I've a personal preference for the cab environment.
There are some good lease deals knocking around for the Fiat Fullback, a rebadged Mitsubishi L200. If you're not a badge snob it's worth a look.
mcguire85
puddles9999
Cold ford ranger much better


Is the deal on the ford ranger better?


Don't know
puddles9999
Cold ford ranger much better

Wrong, but good try...
God, everytime I see this car the driver is driving it like a ******

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Audi A6 2.0TDI ULTRA S Tronic £241.00 Business Lease @ NVS

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Basically its an Audi for £42 over three years plus the £199 admin fee = £241. Only the 2 litre but even if all you do is park it up and actually superior its still worth it. Read More
Basically its an Audi for £42 over three years plus the £199 admin fee = £241. Only the 2 litre but even if all you do is park it up and actually superior its still worth it.
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senukas
Oh well, they will need to pay us soon to take diesels ;)

Who are "they"?
I dunno why this went so cold lol
I got one! They said they would honour the first 5!!! Being delivered tomorrow on the back of a unicorn.
Just got a reply from NVS - sorry this was a pricing error... Oh well, they will need to pay us soon to take diesels ;)
djbenny1
Ha, I thought you'd left out the initial payment in the title.
I've ordered 6.
Really? You Lying
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Peugeot 108 Hatchback 1.0 Active 5dr at Leaseshop £1,867.00 for 12 months Personal Lease

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This is now on 1+11 £132 per month, £1593.36 over 12 months.
sam_of_london
I went to a dealer leasing Peugeot car on their Peugeot Passport scheme . He said I need to take more insurance to cover what my normal insurance would not cover. Otherwise when returning the car , Peugeot will charge big penalty for minor scratches etc which are inevitable from daily use over a year. Also big penalties for exceeding mileage. So be careful


Rubbish. If you're leasing, there's a fair wear and tear policy they follow. Things such as minor scratches and minor dents that are under a certain measurement are classed as fair wear and tear, you get the booklet when you lease the car. Insurance wise, you may need to add gap insurance, but most decent insurers have this included for new cars.
I will never forget the drivers seat coming loose on my 206 while driving on the motorway and it was only 3 months old.
For something like this you are better buying a 6 month old one. And paying it off over 3 years. Payments will be less. And have something to show for it.

Not against leasing but in the lower end of market it isn't worth it imo
I went to a dealer leasing Peugeot car on their Peugeot Passport scheme . He said I need to take more insurance to cover what my normal insurance would not cover. Otherwise when returning the car , Peugeot will charge big penalty for minor scratches etc which are inevitable from daily use over a year. Also big penalties for exceeding mileage. So be careful
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Seat LEON HATCHBACK 1.4TSI FR TECH Personal Lease £4,548.00 @ National Vehicle Solutions

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23 x £83.76 Initial rental £2400 Admin fee £239.99 Total £4548 6000 miles per year. Overall £189.50 a month Free metallic paint. Read More
23 x £83.76 Initial rental £2400 Admin fee £239.99 Total £4548 6000 miles per year. Overall £189.50 a month Free metallic paint.
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Heat from me. That's a good price for a nice looking car.
This deal has been available for over a month, I almost went for this but opted for the Ateca.
KareemSaid
I can understand some of the people who want a new hot hatch and have to pretend that they can afford a new car.

If I was into cars I'd much prefer to save up and buy outright instead of hiring it for 2 years. £6000 can buy you a hell of a lot of car - haha!!

I'll never understand why people seem to think that leases are for people trying to pretend they can afford a new car. You need to put some figures and assumptions against owning versus leasing rather than just having that warm fuzzy feeling that you own the car.

What about those of us who have that £7000 and an S&S ISA with which they estimate they can achieve a 7% return annually?

The return on £7000 invested for 2 years at 7% p/a would be £1014.30.

However, for a fair comparison, we'd need to pull the funds needed for the lease out of the ISA and leave the rest invested, i.e. you'd be starting with £4360.01 in your ISA and pulling £83.76 out of it monthly. This reduces the return quoted above to £495.27.

You'd have stuck £7000 in your ISA, paid the overall lease cost of £4566.47 and be left with £2928.80 in your ISA.

In buying, you'd have spent £7,000 on the car and £300 or so in tax. The 6000 miles per year on a Seat lease with longlife servicing means no tyres and a single service. Your purchased car will likely require 4 tyres and an extra service - lets say around £600.

Putting all those figures together means that you'd need to sell your car for £2928.80 + £300 + £600 = £3828.80 to be even with the lease.

A typical car depreciates by 35% in 2 years meaning that your car would be worth £4550.

In summary, if buying a 4 year old Focus and selling after 2 years, you should reasonably expect to save £721.20 over the cost of leasing this new car. I, for one, would be willing to pay the 19% premium to own a brand new Seat Leon over a 4 year old Focus.

The above figures assumes that nothing goes wrong with the Focus - which is well outside it's warranty period. That's a pretty big assumption and any deviation skews the results towards the lease being the cheaper option.

Personally, I change cars every 2 years anyway so leasing avoids the hassle of having to deal with potential buyers when trying to sell a car.

Edited By: marathonic on Apr 12, 2017 17:18
KareemSaid
Things like this, with a massive 6000 MPA - I will always struggle to understand.

42% of all UK motorists do 6k miles or less:

https://s17.postimg.org/dm8xny2fz/Capture.jpg

KareemSaid
If I was into cars I'd much prefer to save up and buy outright instead of hiring it for 2 years. £6000 can buy you a hell of a lot of car - haha!!

Such as? A seven year old Focus? Congrats!
6,000 miles wouldn't be enough for me but it's plenty for some people. If you need more miles then increasing the allowance to 10k per year costs a huge £7.56 extra per month.

The cost of this deal is not £6,000, it's actually less than £5,000, even with the increased mileage allowance. That same money will get you a 5 to 6 year old Leon with about 50k on the clock, part worn tyres, max 1 years VED and warranty. It probably won't break down if it's been looked after, but if it does then once your warranty has run out then that cost is on you.

Not everyone that leases does so to pretend they can afford a new car. There are those that do it as they know it can sometimes work out less expensive than buying outright. You just have to shop around and know the difference between a good deal and a bad deal. Also with leasing you get fixed costs and you don't have a large amount of cash tied up in a depreciating asset.

Everyone knows second hand cars are less expensive than new ones. It's basic economics. A more meaningful comparison would be to compare the cost of this lease with purchasing either with cash or via pcp.
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Ford Fiesta ST-3 1.6 Ecoboost - 3 Door with Style Pack - 8k Miles - 3+35 - £185.94 p/m - £557.82 Initial - £198 Processing Fee - £7,263.72 / 3 Years - nationwidevehiclecontracts

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Seems to be a pretty decent price for a Fiesta ST-3 with the Style Pack. Looking at other providers, this seems to be in the region of £1k initial, with £210+ per month.
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Nice deal
Seems a good price. Mine is £232 on PCP, spirit blue with only parking sensors missing but i think ST3 has everything so not many options to add except style pack.

It has the nicest seats i've ever sat in too.
Must be cos the new one is due out soon
Apologies - thanks for pointing that out - I'll update the title!
You have forgotten the Processing Fee of £198, so total is £7,263.72.
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Peugeot Traveller 8 Seats 2 year lease £216.19 per month Nationwide £6,467

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Lots of Traveller vans around here but they are mostly Transits. 8)
Doesn't the Compact version only have 5 seats? I was looking at these (the 8 seat one) a few weeks ago, but in the end went with an offer they were doing on the S-Max.
I think it is cheaper here with 10k of miles? I make it £6,284.

https://www.lingscars.com/Peugeot/Traveller/2389048-1.6_BlueHDi_8v_(95bhp)_Active_Compact_MPV_5dr_1560cc-personal.html

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Ford Focus 1.5 TDCi (120) Titanium Navigation 5dr 2 Year Lease: £4,522.00 @ Motor Depot

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Motordepot continuing to offer well priced lease cars Now have a Ford Focus available @: £178 a month (24 months) £250 Deposit 8000 miles Total £4522 Pretty good for those after this ca… Read More
Motordepot continuing to offer well priced lease cars Now have a Ford Focus available @: £178 a month (24 months) £250 Deposit 8000 miles Total £4522 Pretty good for those after this ca…
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My daughters chap ordered one.....
He called them and got £170 on a 24 month plan plus £250 initial payment delivered tomorrow. (I think) VED included for first year.

Still not bad at £4330 (24 * £170 + £250)
Has anyone ordered one of these?

Called them and they say they dont do £178 on a 24 month plan, only 48 months.

Still not bad at £4834 (24 * £191 + £250)
Has anyone ordered one of these?

Called them and they say they dont do £178 on a 24 month plan, only 48 months.

Still not bad at £4834 (24 * £191 + £250)
Has anyone ordered one of these?

Called them and they say they dont do £178 on a 24 month plan, only 48 months.

Still not bad at £4834 (24 * £191 + £250)
Hibbers1
Guzzle
Apologies if I touched a nerve, but there's no need to be defensive.
You said my calculation process was nonsense and then tell me not to reply? Why not just ignore my post and not reply yourself?
If you read my post again, you will see that I suggested to use the trade in value as residual value rather than the screen price. There are websites out there where you can get an approximate trade in value for cars if you are prepared to look, such as Capconnect, Parkers Guide and even Autotrader. These figures aren't set in stone, they are a guide. You do not need to know what the dealers mark-up is as it will be irrelevant after you sell your vehicle, but you cannot pretend the dealer won't want to make a profit on it unless you think car salesmen are charity volunteers.
As for discounts, yes, you are correct you cannot currently get a £6k discount on a brand new Cactus. But you can get £3k discounts which you didn't seem to be aware of, and you can also get £6k discounts on other new cars including the one mentioned in the original post of this thread. That car has a trade in price after 2 years of around £9.5 to £10k, whereas the forecourt price will start from around £11k upwards.
If you take the potential £6k difference at the front end of the purchase and £1.5k difference at sale time then using your methodology you would have overestimated the cost of purchasing the Focus by upto £4.5k.
So effectively where we get to is that you are a troll with nothing of any purpose to do in life & you probably do not even own or drive a car! - ffs you can not get a 'trade in' value on a brand new vehicle so where do you get the valuation figure from to calculate anything! - If you think I do not know how to haggle for a deal then you really are the cretin I think you are and don't think you can tell me what I am or not aware of! - These threads get hijacked by idiots like you and your very unreal calculations and spurious comments based on nada and no lease deal of your own to compare I suspect. My deal is excellent, shows it works and how much you can save if you get the right deal - end of - goodbye filtered for ever thank god!

Brilliant.

Personal insults? Second guessing my personal circumstances and whether or not I have a car? And people that disagree with you over something are trolls?

Good argument, well done. Sadly no facts, just more inaccurate guessing.

You may not be able to get a trade in value on a brand new vehicle, but you can get a trade in value on the same car at 2 years old, or however long the lease period is. It's not that difficult. Like I said in my last post these can be used as a guide to see what your car would be worth at the end of a lease term to aid decision making before you part with your cash.

If you don't appreciate my perspective on lease deals that's perfectly fine. It's a free country and you can just put me on ignore, which thankfully as now you have done so there won't be any more replies from you to my posts.
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Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE 5dr [Business Pack with Sat Nav] 2 Year Lease 8k Miles: £4,786.00 motordepot

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Thanks for the info,very useful indeed....i will be taking the q30 in a few weeks and it good to hear your advise. i will take out the gap insurance and also make sure my insurance know the car is a lease. the knocks scratches and dents have played on my mind a little as its my first time, but i liked the car and even after the reviews from wanna be jezzas and real jezzas ,i think the car is ok and the lease deal was a fair one. i feel a little better after reading your guidance, so thanks again for writing this, it is appreciated by the serious leasers who are taking the plunge. hope you have a good Easter!
Hibbers1
Love Fishmasters comments, about time someone just told it the way it is. My example of my own personal lease deal is as follows and shows exactly how it should be looked @ & set up;-
1) You need to arrange Motor Insurance it is not included.
2) You will need 'personal lease' GAP Insurance (be careful here as there are several styles of GAP cover) unless you can get a muppet from an Insurance Co. to PUT IN WRITING that the Policy would provide a new vehicle if written off or stolen and is less than 12 months old, even then you need to factor in GAP cover after this 12 month period so may as well do it in the first place. I am insured with DL and their wording is specific i.e. YOU must be the first registered keeper. With personal leasing the owner & keeper are noted as the leasing firm (who are probably the makers in most cases) and not YOU, you will not get any ownership documents - Also If you do not make the ownership and registered keeper clear to your Insurer you could give them wriggle room in the event of a claim and why would you want that kind of grief?.
3) Breakdown Cover - This is normally included but check - It is a handy saving if included and does what you need it to do - Note they rarely if ever include overseas cover i.e. holiday trips to Europe .
4) Vehicle Tax - Is included for the duration of the lease period, this is also a handy saving in view of the new charges effective 01/04/2017.
5) Mileage - Choose carefully, go over the chosen/specified number and an excess charge per mile will apply however to be obtuse sometimes this can work in your favour! - Some deals limit the amount of extras miles you can do - check the T&C's carefully.
6) Maintenance is rarely included on a personal lease quotation but is normally available as an optional extra - Do the maths based on your mileage/servicing costs/tyre requirements etc. If you opt not to take Maintenance Cover factor in the cost of each Annual Service as these are always more than you think for a new car as you have to use a main dealer & not the garage next door! - My previous Citroen cost the best part of £200 for its annual service. Also note that with a new vehicle you are likely to get several recalls throughout the year for software upgrades/crap build bit replacements - They are free but can be a pain timewise if you get several throughout the year! - I personally choose not to take maintenance as the costs are always factored in on the high side by the lease firms for obvious reasons and take the view that if I owned the vehicle I would have to have it serviced anyway and the warranty rules for a new vehicle state you must use an approved dealer.
7) At the end of the lease period the vehicle is returned, you do not own it. Some will ask if you wish to buy. Don’t, would be my advice, as the offer is always higher than you can go buy a similar vehicle of a similar age & mileage elsewhere. Upon return there will be a whole host of things to go through i.e. scratches, dents, scraped alloys etc. You will be charged to rectify these – GET A LIST OF THE RETURN RULES before you ever Lease so you know where you stand and can factor in cleaning/repairing etc. prior to the return of the vehicle. Do buy door handle protectors they are cheap to purchase and save key scratches – we all do it no matter how careful we think we will be!
After all of the above why lease? It’s a matter of personal reasons end of! – I do it because I like the increased safety, fuel efficiency, don’t want the depreciation but like most (I say that carefully!) like a new car every so often and don't want to bomb £20K.
My current deal would have cost me £5K+ more in depreciation over an 18 month period if I had bought new @ that’s just on a crappy Citroen C4 Cactus – yep £5K+ more. RRP £18K to buy new, now available 2nd hand to buy @ £8.5K, to lease has cost me £3100 plus servicing & GAP.
New deal arriving shortly is Hyundai Ioniq (base model) over 18 months.
Deposit £1015.20 then 17 payments @ £112.80 – Total £2932.80 which Includes road Tax worth £195 - got lucky as they have honoured their quote re this element - effectively brings lease cost down to £2738!. Includes UK Breakdown Cover (? value). GAP Cover Inc. Deposit Cover is approx. £135 for 2 years (can extend to include scratches, alloys etc. but gets expensive!). – Seems pretty good to me for a brand new car worth £20/21K.
Good luck with it all hope the lease experience works out for you, this deal is a good one imho for the vehicles spec etc. Compliments of Bertzz99 couple of additional bits to add to the picture which may be handy;-
On going to Europe you should be getting the formal document from the owner to do so (VE103) - now if you don't you may well get past with no issue however if customs pick up you are not the owner and query it you could have the car impounded whilst clarity sought. The form is usually only a formality on a yearly basis but then requires an admin fee.

A link to bvrla fair wear tear guide that give details on what the industry standard is:http://issuu.com/bfwsn67/docs/bvrla_fair_wear_and_tear_standard_-_1bb2e1448fea57?e=2001091/14761001'
Thanks for the info,very useful indeed....i will be taking the q30 in a few weeks and it good to hear your advise. i will take out the gap insurance and also make sure my insurance know the car is a lease. the knocks scratches and dents have played on my mind a little as its my first time, but i liked the car and even after the reviews from wanna be jezzas and real jezzas ,i think the car is ok and the lease deal was a fair one. i feel a little better after reading your guidance, so thanks again for writing this, it is appreciated by the serious leasers who are taking the plunge. hope you have a good Easter!
Hibbers1
Love Fishmasters comments, about time someone just told it the way it is. My example of my own personal lease deal is as follows and shows exactly how it should be looked @ & set up;-
1) You need to arrange Motor Insurance it is not included.
2) You will need 'personal lease' GAP Insurance (be careful here as there are several styles of GAP cover) unless you can get a muppet from an Insurance Co. to PUT IN WRITING that the Policy would provide a new vehicle if written off or stolen and is less than 12 months old, even then you need to factor in GAP cover after this 12 month period so may as well do it in the first place. I am insured with DL and their wording is specific i.e. YOU must be the first registered keeper. With personal leasing the owner & keeper are noted as the leasing firm (who are probably the makers in most cases) and not YOU, you will not get any ownership documents - Also If you do not make the ownership and registered keeper clear to your Insurer you could give them wriggle room in the event of a claim and why would you want that kind of grief?.
3) Breakdown Cover - This is normally included but check - It is a handy saving if included and does what you need it to do - Note they rarely if ever include overseas cover i.e. holiday trips to Europe .
4) Vehicle Tax - Is included for the duration of the lease period, this is also a handy saving in view of the new charges effective 01/04/2017.
5) Mileage - Choose carefully, go over the chosen/specified number and an excess charge per mile will apply however to be obtuse sometimes this can work in your favour! - Some deals limit the amount of extras miles you can do - check the T&C's carefully.
6) Maintenance is rarely included on a personal lease quotation but is normally available as an optional extra - Do the maths based on your mileage/servicing costs/tyre requirements etc. If you opt not to take Maintenance Cover factor in the cost of each Annual Service as these are always more than you think for a new car as you have to use a main dealer & not the garage next door! - My previous Citroen cost the best part of £200 for its annual service. Also note that with a new vehicle you are likely to get several recalls throughout the year for software upgrades/crap build bit replacements - They are free but can be a pain timewise if you get several throughout the year! - I personally choose not to take maintenance as the costs are always factored in on the high side by the lease firms for obvious reasons and take the view that if I owned the vehicle I would have to have it serviced anyway and the warranty rules for a new vehicle state you must use an approved dealer.
7) At the end of the lease period the vehicle is returned, you do not own it. Some will ask if you wish to buy. Don’t, would be my advice, as the offer is always higher than you can go buy a similar vehicle of a similar age & mileage elsewhere. Upon return there will be a whole host of things to go through i.e. scratches, dents, scraped alloys etc. You will be charged to rectify these – GET A LIST OF THE RETURN RULES before you ever Lease so you know where you stand and can factor in cleaning/repairing etc. prior to the return of the vehicle. Do buy door handle protectors they are cheap to purchase and save key scratches – we all do it no matter how careful we think we will be!
After all of the above why lease? It’s a matter of personal reasons end of! – I do it because I like the increased safety, fuel efficiency, don’t want the depreciation but like most (I say that carefully!) like a new car every so often and don't want to bomb £20K.
My current deal would have cost me £5K+ more in depreciation over an 18 month period if I had bought new @ that’s just on a crappy Citroen C4 Cactus – yep £5K+ more. RRP £18K to buy new, now available 2nd hand to buy @ £8.5K, to lease has cost me £3100 plus servicing & GAP.
New deal arriving shortly is Hyundai Ioniq (base model) over 18 months.
Deposit £1015.20 then 17 payments @ £112.80 – Total £2932.80 which Includes road Tax worth £195 - got lucky as they have honoured their quote re this element - effectively brings lease cost down to £2738!. Includes UK Breakdown Cover (? value). GAP Cover Inc. Deposit Cover is approx. £135 for 2 years (can extend to include scratches, alloys etc. but gets expensive!). – Seems pretty good to me for a brand new car worth £20/21K.
Hello, we're sorry to say we have sold out of our current stock of Infiniti Q30 lease deals. We are working on securing some more though so please keep an eye out.
Thank you for all your comments and helping to make this deal hot!
also fwiw I'd take this car if i didn't already have one. i tend not to take car reviews from journos as gospel. the review and the reality are often quite far apart. I'm sure this is a perfectly good car with above average quality.
dr_mj_99
Need some advice guys:

So I've just been offered the above car on a PCP for 3 years.
Is it better to get a PCP or lease? As I will want a new car every 2/3 years.
Is there anything negative with PCP?
Thanks


IMO go with whichever is cheaper? with PCP there is the optional final payment at end to own the car, which is the guaranteed value. you could end up work positive equity if the actual value of the car is higher afaik... someone more knowledgeable on the subject here will no doubt set me straight :)
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Volkswagen Golf Hatchback 2.0 TSI GTI 5dr - Total lease Price £5,707.20 @ What car magazine

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It seems that with the new quarter/financial year there are a few offers from Volkswagen Limited stock available in Rubin Black £196.80 a month x 23 months £1,180.80 deposit (6 months) Total price… Read More
It seems that with the new quarter/financial year there are a few offers from Volkswagen Limited stock available in Rubin Black £196.80 a month x 23 months £1,180.80 deposit (6 months) Total price…
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Padgio
Did anyone actually manage to get this deal? I enquired and like others got told it's no longer available.
VW 'sold' between 250-350 GTIs in 48 hours.
If you are still interested, VW will be releasing a new batch of these in July, so keep your eyes on it. They will be for September delivery.
Thanks Sunni, that's good news, was a bit annoyed I'd missed it. May I ask how you know this though?
If you PM me, I can give you some more details. Essentially it's the news coming from the dealers I've been in touch with.
£5700 to borrow a car for 2 years
Sunni
Padgio
Did anyone actually manage to get this deal? I enquired and like others got told it's no longer available.
VW 'sold' between 250-350 GTIs in 48 hours.

If you are still interested, VW will be releasing a new batch of these in July, so keep your eyes on it. They will be for September delivery.


Thanks Sunni, that's good news, was a bit annoyed I'd missed it. May I ask how you know this though?
Padgio
Did anyone actually manage to get this deal? I enquired and like others got told it's no longer available.
VW 'sold' between 250-350 GTIs in 48 hours.

If you are still interested, VW will be releasing a new batch of these in July, so keep your eyes on it. They will be for September delivery.

Edited By: Sunni on Apr 06, 2017 17:32
Padgio
Did anyone actually manage to get this deal? I enquired and like others got told it's no longer available.


I tried speaking to CVL and VW directly. The deal has expired and was only on for 1 day.
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Volkswagen Scirocco Coupe 2.0 TSI 180 BlueMotion Tech GT Lease - Total Price £5,394.00 @ What car magazine

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Seems like a pretty good price for a brand new Scirocco Lease offer 2 years £186 per month for 23 months, £1116 deposit (6 months) which totals £5394 over the two years Available in the solid c… Read More
Seems like a pretty good price for a brand new Scirocco Lease offer 2 years £186 per month for 23 months, £1116 deposit (6 months) which totals £5394 over the two years Available in the solid c…
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davemhaynes
Looks like 3 doors so not good for me sadly. Good price though.


Scirocco is not available as 5dr!
Can't seem to find this deal when clicking on the link and local VW has no idea about it... any direct links or specific dealerships that I can contact?
moneychop
Does this include insurance?

No you have to arrange and pay for your own insurance with a car lease.
Does this include insurance?
shadowk17
lukeyinyork
Great deal but nasty colour.

Looks a lot better in real life trust me!


I was at vw yesterday. I just don't like it suits a car like that. reflex silver yes. but not that urano grey. looks cheap.
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Volkswagen GTi 2 Year Contract Hire / Lease Deal only a total £6,323.62 advertised at £191 a month @ Horizon vehicle leasing

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Now this looks a very good deal to me if you want this type of car on lease..... Volkswagen GTi 2 Year Contract Hire / Lease Deal only a total £6323.62 advertised at £191 a month price is with 20,000 Read More
Now this looks a very good deal to me if you want this type of car on lease..... Volkswagen GTi 2 Year Contract Hire / Lease Deal only a total £6323.62 advertised at £191 a month price is with 20,000
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Tunner
I have a Mk7 Golf GTI, some of the comments above really do make me laugh, utter nonsense about front wheel drive and the power. Get in one, drive it and you'll see why the only replacement for a GTI is another GTI. Never had any front wheelspin issues. The ability to point and accelerate is brilliant, so I am not too sure what 'real word issues' you are talking about? Add into the equation the phenomenal DSG, and the 'limo' type ride with active damping, I guess the stunning and effortless acceleration in 'Sport Mode' from a standing start is just my imagination!

I stand corrected , my info was taken from the review I read regarding the Golf GTi club40 edition which produces 286bhp, not the standard GTi .
https://www.driving.co.uk/car-reviews/clarkson/clarkson-review-2016-volkswagen-golf-gti-clubsport-edition-40/

Performance figures quoted for the standard Gti remain unimpressive but I guess this is subjective .

250 bhp on a 2006 Passat Fwd that I owned for around 5 years was based on experience and was a total fail from a standing start but the extra bhp was well catered for once you got out of second gear , surprised many a boy racer in my Passat estate ;)
marathonic
cyclops
I want this but the petrol will kill me
The quoted fuel consumption is 44.1 mpg. If you take 20% off that, due to you being unlikely to drive it as economically as they do for their tests, you'll get 35 mpg.
Over 20,000 miles for the 2 years, that works out at 571 gallon or 2598 litres of fuel. At £1.15 per litre, that'd be £2,987.
If £124 per month in fuel is considered a killer, a new car is probably a bad idea - regardless of whether it's through leasing or buying.
When doing the low mileage that's usually required for a lease to be good value, fuel costs should usually be the least of your concerns. The depreciation incurred when buying or the overall cost of the lease is usually the higher cost - and by a long way.

Good post.
cyclops
I want this but the petrol will kill me

The quoted fuel consumption is 44.1 mpg. If you take 20% off that, due to you being unlikely to drive it as economically as they do for their tests, you'll get 35 mpg.

Over 20,000 miles for the 2 years, that works out at 571 gallon or 2598 litres of fuel. At £1.15 per litre, that'd be £2,987.

If £124 per month in fuel is considered a killer, a new car is probably a bad idea - regardless of whether it's through leasing or buying.

When doing the low mileage that's usually required for a lease to be good value, fuel costs should usually be the least of your concerns. The depreciation incurred when buying or the overall cost of the lease is usually the higher cost - and by a long way.

Edited By: marathonic on Apr 04, 2017 12:27
I want this but the petrol will kill me
Get one, you'll like it I promise. Had my mk7 5 months still makes me smile locking up and walking off.
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Lease 8k PA / 3+35 (£147.50 pm) Ford Fiesta ST-Line 140 Special Editions Red Navigation - whatcar.com £5,605.00

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Decent price for this from a main dealer and for 8k miles PA. 3+35 * £147.50 = £155.69 PM average, don't believe there are any fees. List price is around £17k, and will do 43 "real" MPG. Revi… Read More
Decent price for this from a main dealer and for 8k miles PA. 3+35 * £147.50 = £155.69 PM average, don't believe there are any fees. List price is around £17k, and will do 43 "real" MPG. Revi…
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Where can I get this deal?
Folding mirrors, some other bits I can't remember but wasn't too worried for the price. Local dealer couldn't get within £80 a month of this
What other extras? It has nav for the price on this deal I think
Managed to get it for an extra £10 a month but with Nav and spare wheel, and some other extras
I enquired yesterday. Had two phonecalls wanting to take my details but neither followed up with the email quote they said they would send.

car lease dealsaudi bmw volkswagen range rover mercedesCar Lease - A Cheap Way of Driving

When it comes to purchasing a car, many people assume that they have to shell out for the full amount of the vehicle cost. Either that or hire cars at expensive rates. But there’s another way to get on the road. Car leasing companies lease cars over fixed terms at affordable rates and their services have become more and more popular as people seek cheaper ways to drive.


Personal and Business Car Lease Through the Years



Traditionally, cars have been something to buy or sell. Unlike flats or houses, which have been rented for centuries, people in the UK have rarely leased their cars. That might be something to do with the desire to own one, rather than driving someone else’s vehicle day in, day out. 

Whatever the cause, British drivers have historically purchased their vehicles. However, this started to change in the 1980s, when leasing companies expanded into ordinary motoring. These companies had been active in supplying tradesmen or construction companies with vehicles and equipment for decades, but now saw an opportunity to lease normal estates and hatchbacks to the British market.



Since the financial crisis in 2008, car leasing has taken off. With millions of motorists strapped for cash but needing to upgrade their vehicles, leasing firms expanded exponentially, so that nowadays a third of all cars are leased, not bought.

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How Does Car Leasing Work?



Leasing is just a way of financing car ownership, but it’s not straightforward. Generally, three people are involved in the leasing arrangement: the car dealer, the leasing company and you, the consumer.



Customers negotiate a price for a particular model of car with a local dealer. The dealer then sells the car you’ve agreed upon to the leasing company, who start requesting monthly payments as stipulated by the lease agreement. 

The price you pay varies from vehicle to vehicle (and dealer to dealer). Usually, it is based upon the actual price of the car and any other incidentals like financial fees. As there are no set rates for various cars, it always pays to shop around and try out different dealers before you sign any agreements.



So, from the customer’s perspective, leasing generally involves talking to a dealer, not the leasing company. However, after the car is delivered and the payments start, the customer needs to deal with the leasing company, not the dealer.



When you take the wheel, you are responsible for keeping the car in good condition, purchasing insurance, paying the relevant road and car taxes, and respecting the terms of the contract. If anything goes wrong, leased cars are generally covered by manufacturers’ warranties, but it’s important to check whether this is the case before you sign.



Leases are always arranged for set periods (36 months is common). At the end of that time, the vehicle must be returned in decent condition (some wear and tear is acceptable) and within the mileage limits set out in the lease. You might want to buy the car outright, trade it in for another lease or walk away and try another company. When the lease is finished, the contract ends.



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There’s a reason why people in the UK have tended to buy their cars rather than leasing them. If you own an asset, you can customise it, adding your own personal touches. You can use it however you wish, take it wherever you like and generally feel at home in a space that you own. You can also sell it if needed, something you can’t do with a leased vehicle.



But that doesn’t mean that leasing is a bad option. Far from it. Car leasing actually has some distinct advantages. For example, if you haven’t got deep financial resources, leasing can be much cheaper. You can drive a larger, more powerful car than you would be able to if you had to buy it outright. Leasing is also flexible. You can sign a 6 month or 12 month car lease on models that are regularly updated, then plan to trade them in for this year’s model when the time comes. 

The short-term nature of these car leases is one of the major reasons that people are choosing it over buying. People who enjoy having the latest model at their disposal generally can’t afford to buy every year, but they can start a new lease on an annual basis. So, if you need to have a cutting-edge BMW for business or a sports car for pleasure, leasing could be the only way to afford it. Besides that there are also long term car leases or used car leasing that can be affffordable.



Above all, leasing is helping people who need to drive on a daily basis, but have found home mortgage payments, taxes, school fees and credit card bills mounting up. Leasing payments are typically 30-60% lower than purchase loan payments, so the cost savings can be massive.



Different Forms of Car Leasing Packages



Leasing is not a one size fits all arrangement, and you’ll find plenty of different options available when you talk to your local dealers. It helps to know about a few of the options before you visit, as not all of them will be essential for your situation, and jettisoning a few can result in much cheaper payments.



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  • Personal contract hires – This type of lease is based around a simple calculation: The difference between what a car is worth when the lease begins, and what it will be worth when the lease ends. As the customer, you’ll be paying the depreciation costs of the car, and these vary from model to model. This type of lease tends to be useful for prestige vehicles which hold their value, resulting in relatively low monthly payments.


  • Personal contract purchase – This type of lease factors in the possibility that you will want to buy the car at the end of the lease. You pay a deposit at the start of the contract term and then monthly payments (which tend to be low). When the lease ends, you’ll have the option of paying the “minimum guaranteed future value” to buy the car. That way, you can try expensive vehicles before you buy, and really be sure you are making the right purchase.


  • Hire purchase with conditional resale – The third form of car lease, hire purchase involves paying a deposit, then monthly payments until you’ve paid off the value of the car. These monthly payments tend to be a little higher than with contract hires and purchase agreements, interest rates can be high, and there could be hidden fees at the end of the contract when it comes to buy, so watch out. Otherwise, it’s a good way to drive cars that you wouldn’t ordinarily be able to afford, knowing that eventually you’ll take possession.



These are the three main types of lease, and they can also be broken down into two groups: open and closed. Closed-end leases are ones where you walk away after delivering the vehicle, with no further obligations. If the car’s value has plummeted, the leasing company will feel the pain, not you. On the other hand, open-end leases place the burden on the leasee (you), with extra charges should the value of your vehicle drop during the lease period. 

Open-ended leases are riskier, and are associated more with commercial operations than individual drivers, but watch out and go for a closed-end lease if you want to minimise your risk exposure.



If you need help with the evaluation, you can use a car lease calculator like on calculator.net.

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Things to Think About Before You Agree to a Car Lease



Leasing may seem like a strong option for you, offering access to new vehicles at affordable rates. Instead of spending thousands on a new vehicle, that money could be used for other things – what could be wrong about that? Well, leasing probably is a great option, but there are some questions to ask before you sign anything.



  • The first thing to do before signing is to make sure you haven’t missed out on any current discounts. Car manufacturers regularly offer discount leases to their dealers, but may not inform customers about them. So check the HotUKDeals car lease listings regularly and enquire at your dealership about any promotions.


  • Secondly, be very clear about the residual value of the car. That’s the amount it will be worth when the lease expires. Comparing residual values from several dealers will show whether you are getting a fair price, and comparison websites like www.leasecomparison.co.uk are making this kind of shopping around much easier. These comparison sites also allow you to compare the interest rates offered by car leasing companies. Again, these vary considerably between companies, and you need to have an idea of what a fair rate is at any given time, for the make and model you are leasing.


  • Next, think about mileage. All leases come with mileage limits, but some drivers will need higher limits than others. Don’t get stuck with lease terms that restrict your freedom by cutting the miles you can drive. Equally, if you intend to drive short distances or not very often, a lower mileage limit can save money.


  • Another factor is fees. Almost all car leases come with fees, whether they are incurred when you take the keys or hand the car in at the end of the term. Not all dealers will be open about how much they charge in fees, but comparison sites should give an indication, and never be afraid to ask.


  • There’s also the issue of flexibility. Leases aren’t always set in stone. Sometimes the terms can be renegotiated (if you need to add a driver, change the insurance or add extra miles, for example). You might also want to transfer the lease to a new owner, but not all companies cater for this.

Another thing worth remembering is the difference between upfront and monthly payments. Sometimes, dealers will attract customers by advertising generous monthly rates, but actually charging higher upfront fees. Don’t be seduced by seemingly generous packages. They may be fantastic discounts, but there could be details hidden in the small print too.



yes lease car leasing made easyThe Pros and Cons of Car Lease



Once you’ve mastered the things to remember and thought about which kind of lease you’d prefer to take out, it’s probably a good idea to take a brief step back and consider the pros and cons of car leasing.



Firstly, leasing is affordable. In many cases, it’s the only way to drive a vehicle that you otherwise would not be able to afford. However, there’s a flip side to this. You may end up paying more than you would when purchasing a car, and if you terminate the lease early, you can incur massive extra fees.



When you buy a car, you also buy an asset that can be maintained and used to defray the cost of buying new vehicles in the future. When you lease a car, you don’t have the same kind of equity. However, if your end of lease price is lower than the actual value of the car, the difference can be used to fund a trade-in for a better model, so effectively you do have an asset, in the terms of the contract.

More fundamentally, leasing is restrictive. The terms of the contract dictate how you can use the car, how you must clean it and maintain it, and how many miles you can rack up. For some people, those kinds of restrictions are hard to take, especially if they enjoy working on their car and changing its specifications.



Then again, leasing can actually be more flexible. Although you sign away certain rights about how you can use the car, you can easily drive up to date vehicles when they are launched, and change your car on an annual basis.

Insurance is another area where leasing might not be the best option. When you lease, you usually have to take out full coverage insurance (in case the car is written off or stolen). That’s not always the case when you buy outright, and it can raise the cost of running leased vehicles.

All of these things complicate the choice between leasing and buying. Basically, whether you lease or buy is an economic and personal decision based upon how much you are able to pay and how you want to use your vehicle. It’s not for everyone, but for millions of Britons, it’s an excellent way to fund their daily transport needs.



Best Car Lease Deals



Now you’ve made the decision to bite the bullet and start the leasing process, how do you go about doing so? As noted above, shopping around is vital if you want to find a competitive car lease deal. So don’t just step into the nearest Ford or Mercedes dealership and expect to find the best terms in town. That’s not the recipe for success.

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One option is to to use a car lease comparison like whatcar.co.uk where they will come up with dealers near you like Yes Lease, National Vehicle Solutions, Select Car Leasing or Vehicle Savers.



Alternatively, you could head straight to the UK’s largest car leasing companies. Firms like Select Car Leasing or Nationwide have clear, easy to use websites that offer up to the minutes information on prices and rates for all major car brands. 

However, in the car leasing sector, major players (manufacturers and dealers included) regularly run discount promotions. These can be limited to magazines like Auto Trader or websites, and can easily be missed. If you want to know what car lease deal is the best for you, it’s always worth checking the car lease listings at HotUKDeals.



What about the best time of year to lease a car? Well, as with many industries, the car leasing sector has quiet periods, and these are often the best time to spot great deals. Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Christmas are good times to look, as few people are spending on cars, and the summer school holidays are similar. However, deals can pop up when different manufacturers have excess stock to clear, so you can never tell when you’ll be in luck. The best thing to do is check on a regular basis for cheap car lease deals and to shop around intelligently.



Car Lease UK: Checking out the Latest Offers at HotUKDeals



Leasing your next vehicle could be the ideal solution, delivering access to the latest models at a lower cost than purchasing. However, it’s easy to sign leases that don’t provide good value. Don’t let that happen to you. Before you sign anything, check out the car lease listings at HotUKDeals and see what the UK’s leading dealers and car makers are offering.