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2019 Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Nav 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No deposit + £224.99pm + £100 = £5499.76 @ Leasing Options
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2019 Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Nav 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No deposit + £224.99pm + £100 = £5499.76 @ Leasing Options

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Posted 17th May
Good price for this 2019 Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Nav 5dr on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. No deposit and £224.99 per month (1+23 profile), and reduced admin fee of £100 so a total of £5,499.76 - 24.9% of £22,050 list price. Gets very good reviews (9/10 Top Gear). In terms of price comparison, next best price is £6,687, so nearly £1200 cheaper than elsewhere on an equivalent leasing deal. Option to add maintenance package for an extra £11 per month.

Metallic paint included. Spec includes Sat Nav, Pre collision assist and autonomous emergency breaking, Lane keep assist and lane departure warning, Keyless Start, Unique ST-Line upper & lower grille with full bodystyling kit, LED front fog lamps with cornering function, Twin exhaust tailpipes, Large body coloured rear spoiler and 17 inch alloy wheels. Is in stock ready for delivery.




2019 Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Navigation 5dr

  • 1 x 23 payment profile
  • 8,000 miles per annum
  • £224.99 upfront payment
  • 23 monthly payments of £224.99 (£235.99 with maintenance package)
  • £100 admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £5499.76 or £229.16 net per month
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • 58.9 MPG (combined)

List price £22,050


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AndyRice17/05/2019 18:40

[Image] Never understood leasing really and the costs as you'll never own …[Image] Never understood leasing really and the costs as you'll never own it.Cheaper to do PCP and build some equity... Just me?


Option 1 - buy the car brand new
If the car has an £18k list price I assume you could buy the car brand new for £15k. You'll be lucky to get £10k part ex after two years so will have lost £5k.

Option 2 - lease the car
If you pay £4k in lease costs over the two years you would be £1k better off.

Worst case scenario after the lease ends would be for you to buy a two year old version of the car for £11k and be in the same position as a person who opted for option 1 (ie. You have spent £15k in total and got the same car).
Edited by: "fossman" 17th May
Lease costs really have increased, the wife is coming to the end of her 24 month lease (8k miles) on the old style focus and is only paying £157 per month.
This is a gem of an engine.
I'll kick off with yes.
Heat
Edited by: "littel.helper" 17th May
Awful car for that monthly payment
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This is a gem of an engine.
I'll kick off with yes.
Heat
Edited by: "littel.helper" 17th May
Lease costs really have increased, the wife is coming to the end of her 24 month lease (8k miles) on the old style focus and is only paying £157 per month.
fossman17/05/2019 18:35

Lease costs really have increased, the wife is coming to the end of her 24 …Lease costs really have increased, the wife is coming to the end of her 24 month lease (8k miles) on the old style focus and is only paying £157 per month.


Did she put a deposit down?
Beautiful motor in the st line trim, decent deal, heated
fossman17/05/2019 18:35

Lease costs really have increased, the wife is coming to the end of her 24 …Lease costs really have increased, the wife is coming to the end of her 24 month lease (8k miles) on the old style focus and is only paying £157 per month.


I took out the same deal on here 2 years ago now coming to the end of that £157 a month with Yes Lease like you said @fossman prices have really gone up
Awful car for that monthly payment
37667493-w9uy9.jpgNever understood leasing really and the costs as you'll never own it.
Cheaper to do PCP and build some equity... Just me?
fossman17/05/2019 18:40

Sorry, I was incorrect she pays £167 per month.This was the …Sorry, I was incorrect she pays £167 per month.This was the deal:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ford-focus-hatchback-10-ecoboost-125-st-line-navigation-5dr-2-year-lease-from-yes-lease-total-of-4056-2722542


Still a decent price mind.
Newer cars are always gonna be more expensive as time goes on....
That's a brilliant deal and it's a really nice looking car with the ST trim added to it. Seen a few about and they look nice

Shame it's in red with this particular deal
Edited by: "stevo6105" 17th May
1.0 litre ecoboom though ...
AndyRice17/05/2019 18:40

[Image] Never understood leasing really and the costs as you'll never own …[Image] Never understood leasing really and the costs as you'll never own it.Cheaper to do PCP and build some equity... Just me?


Option 1 - buy the car brand new
If the car has an £18k list price I assume you could buy the car brand new for £15k. You'll be lucky to get £10k part ex after two years so will have lost £5k.

Option 2 - lease the car
If you pay £4k in lease costs over the two years you would be £1k better off.

Worst case scenario after the lease ends would be for you to buy a two year old version of the car for £11k and be in the same position as a person who opted for option 1 (ie. You have spent £15k in total and got the same car).
Edited by: "fossman" 17th May
littel.helper17/05/2019 18:32

This is a gem of an engine.I'll kick off with yes.Heat


If you can get the 150 it’s worth it IMO. upgraded suspension and is honestly one of the best cars I’ve ever driven... mine is titanium X though (vignale has a 182 but couldn’t stand the trim)
AndyRice17/05/2019 18:40

[Image] Never understood leasing really and the costs as you'll never own …[Image] Never understood leasing really and the costs as you'll never own it.Cheaper to do PCP and build some equity... Just me?


Can’t see the image, coming up blurry for me. Not an expert or overtly sided to either side, but I like leasing for the shorter terms PCP are always 48 months. Don’t see the appeal of owning something that will continue to degrade in price, happy to have a constant fixed price and know a new car is round the corner.
grex910117/05/2019 18:43

1.0 litre ecoboom though ...


Are you implying that the engines are not reliable?

If you lease the car then this is not your problem to resolve.
Frove one of these as had to do a double take it was a Focus, really cracked the design in this, was the ST Line very nice inside, engine was superb, but I loved the gadgets, lane keeping, heads up display,
Given current lease prices it's a good deal, but generally prices have gone mental.

My friend leased an Octavia VRs estate last year, 3+35, £250 a month. No admin fee.
littel.helper17/05/2019 18:32

This is a gem of an engine.I'll kick off with yes.Heat


bit lacking in torque to be a gem.
obsydian17/05/2019 18:51

Frove one of these as had to do a double take it was a Focus, really …Frove one of these as had to do a double take it was a Focus, really cracked the design in this, was the ST Line very nice inside, engine was superb, but I loved the gadgets, lane keeping, heads up display,


I can't stand that lane keeping. Nearly made me crash as I crossed over the lane in middle of road to avoid an idiot who was about to clip me the lane keeping kicked in and literally took over the steering wheel and nearly hit a car parked up . I turned it off instantly
Any opinions on this engine, I’m a complete novice so 1.0 seems low for me
kevcrawfy17/05/2019 18:48

Can’t see the image, coming up blurry for me. Not an expert or overtly s …Can’t see the image, coming up blurry for me. Not an expert or overtly sided to either side, but I like leasing for the shorter terms PCP are always 48 months. Don’t see the appeal of owning something that will continue to degrade in price, happy to have a constant fixed price and know a new car is round the corner.


Granted but get a 4 year PCP deal on a car and you're more than eligible to upgrade early if you wish.
In some cases at 2 years into the agreement the car may have some positive equity for you to carry over?

I just think it's more flexible. With leasing, you're welded into that agreement and can't get out within that fixed term without extortion fees.
Personal opinion as I can see both sides though
kevcrawfy17/05/2019 18:48

...but I like leasing for the shorter terms PCP are always 48 months.


PCP is available over 3 years, in fact 3 years is the ideal term as it means you're always within warranty for the whole contract duration.
ChrisStone17/05/2019 18:57

Any opinions on this engine, I’m a complete novice so 1.0 seems low for me


Award winning and very nippy.
Had their issues on the past but very refined now and I ask anyone to test drive one as I'm very certain you'll be impressed
ChrisStone17/05/2019 18:57

Any opinions on this engine, I’m a complete novice so 1.0 seems low for me



These are great engines. Nice torque, nice power, fun to drive. 1.0 litre, maybe. BUt it's also a turbo.
AndyRice17/05/2019 18:40

[Image] Never understood leasing really and the costs as you'll never own …[Image] Never understood leasing really and the costs as you'll never own it.Cheaper to do PCP and build some equity... Just me?


There is no right or wrong, it just depends on the deal at the time. In your example 1 the monthly payments are a bit less, but the mileage allowance is less, you are stuck with the car for 14 months longer - 2 months of which are out of warranty (and lets be honest, the eco boost engine is not a paragon of reliability), you will have to have the first MOT done, pay the road tax (usually included in the lease price), and probably be close to new tyres. The guaranteed value is 9K which is probably what a 3 year old 1.0 focus is worth as a trade in, so cant see you having any equity either.

That said, I don't think this is a great lease deal unless you really want this model
ChrisStone17/05/2019 18:57

Any opinions on this engine, I’m a complete novice so 1.0 seems low for me


0-60 over 10seconds, torque 132lb/ft. So a bit slow and prob lack any pulling power if a few people in. If your ok with slow acceleration and just have one or 2 in the car its prob ok. As usual with ford a well specced car for the money.
Edited by: "audievo" 17th May
stevo610517/05/2019 18:54

I can't stand that lane keeping. Nearly made me crash as I crossed over …I can't stand that lane keeping. Nearly made me crash as I crossed over the lane in middle of road to avoid an idiot who was about to clip me the lane keeping kicked in and literally took over the steering wheel and nearly hit a car parked up . I turned it off instantly


Me too nearly ended up crashing twice
Very dangerous to be honest and never been on since
Edited by: "Daniel_crofts" 17th May
That's an excellent deal, heat
fossman17/05/2019 18:46

Option 1 - buy the car brand newIf the car has an £18k list price I assume …Option 1 - buy the car brand newIf the car has an £18k list price I assume you could buy the car brand new for £15k. You'll be lucky to get £10k part ex after two years so will have lost £5k.Option 2 - lease the carIf you pay £4k in lease costs over the two years you would be £1k better off.Worst case scenario after the lease ends would be for you to buy a two year old version of the car for £11k and be in the same position as a person who opted for option 1 (ie. You have spent £15k in total and got the same car).


But you're missing the part that you get your car from day 1... well looked after. Buying a second hand car will never ever match what you can do from day 1... less miles more looked after and such. So yes option 1 is always always!!! Better if you plan on buying. And having 1 owner all that time will fetch a better price if you do end up selling. So you sir have it a bit wrong.
How much is this full price?
vod17/05/2019 18:47

If you can get the 150 it’s worth it IMO. upgraded suspension and is h …If you can get the 150 it’s worth it IMO. upgraded suspension and is honestly one of the best cars I’ve ever driven... mine is titanium X though (vignale has a 182 but couldn’t stand the trim)


Vignale is the same engine it's just remapped .

I remapped the Mrs 1.0 ecoboost fiesta titanium 99bhp

It is now quicker than a fiesta ST in areas and has 161BHP just from a stage 1 ECU remap.
Weehamish17/05/2019 19:10

But you're missing the part that you get your car from day 1... well …But you're missing the part that you get your car from day 1... well looked after. Buying a second hand car will never ever match what you can do from day 1... less miles more looked after and such. So yes option 1 is always always!!! Better if you plan on buying. And having 1 owner all that time will fetch a better price if you do end up selling. So you sir have it a bit wrong.


That was the worst case scenario, in reality I would be driving around in another brand new car every two years.
Weehamish17/05/2019 19:10

But you're missing the part that you get your car from day 1... well …But you're missing the part that you get your car from day 1... well looked after. Buying a second hand car will never ever match what you can do from day 1... less miles more looked after and such. So yes option 1 is always always!!! Better if you plan on buying. And having 1 owner all that time will fetch a better price if you do end up selling. So you sir have it a bit wrong.


What are you on about? Read what he has written once again. Both are options for a new car.
ChrisStone17/05/2019 18:57

Any opinions on this engine, I’m a complete novice so 1.0 seems low for me


Ignore the engine 1.0cc and any comments from people who haven't driven one, these things can really move.
Believe it or not I tow a 1 ton caravan with my 1.0 focus and I've overtaken many other cars on some hills.
indyjukebox17/05/2019 19:16

What are you on about? Read what he has written once again. Both are …What are you on about? Read what he has written once again. Both are options for a new car.


Not if you wanna own it... you pay more on a lease you read it again...
fossman17/05/2019 19:14

That was the worst case scenario, in reality I would be driving around in …That was the worst case scenario, in reality I would be driving around in another brand new car every two years.


Yes and that will cost you more in the end... some people actually like owning a car and your point was wrong.
audievo17/05/2019 19:03

0-60 over 10seconds, torque 132lb/ft. So a bit slow and prob lack any …0-60 over 10seconds, torque 132lb/ft. So a bit slow and prob lack any pulling power if a few people in. If your ok with slow acceleration and just have one or 2 in the car its prob ok. As usual with ford a well specced car for the money.


I'll bet you've never drove one with the comments you've just made!
Edited by: "porsche911turbo" 17th May
moneybanks1417/05/2019 19:14

Vignale is the same engine it's just remapped .I remapped the Mrs 1.0 …Vignale is the same engine it's just remapped .I remapped the Mrs 1.0 ecoboost fiesta titanium 99bhpIt is now quicker than a fiesta ST in areas and has 161BHP just from a stage 1 ECU remap.


True, but I don’t really want to mess about on a lease car, would if i owned it but would rather stick to stock on a lease.

Honestly can’t believe how good the handling is in ours though, makes me wish I bought it rather than leased in all honesty, it’s a car that you ‘want’ to drive if you know what I mean.

Only getting 25mpg out of an ‘eco’ engine mind , but that is down to the drivers
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