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All 21st Century Motors Deals, Discounts & Sales for September 2020

Peugeot 3008 Lease deal 24months £6,335.76 + 299 processing fee / £276.84 NET per month at 21st Century Motors
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Peugeot 3008 Lease deal 24months £6,335.76 + 299 processing fee / £276.84 NET per month at 21st Century Motors£6,335.76
I thought this was quite good lease deal for GT Line Peugeot 3008 with no deposit and metallic paint of your choice. £263.99 incl VAT rental per month Personal contract hire Con… Read more
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the.porter

Any more deals on these or is it pointless at the moment due to the current situation ?

kamikaze1

Have you seen anything interesting since then?

ricky7

Yes lease are competitive. Never bought from them though.

rosswatson1983

Is there any brokers you would recommend?

ricky7

I'd recommend signing up to mailing list to certain brokers. There's always offers. They are just random. It works exactly how ecnirp98 said. These 3008 are all going to be 69 plate cars that were preregistered.

Kia XCeed 2, 24 month lease £4317.95 (£138.55 per month with £831.31 deposit for 10,000 miles a year.) @ 21st Century Motors
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Kia XCeed 2, 24 month lease £4317.95 (£138.55 per month with £831.31 deposit for 10,000 miles a year.) @ 21st Century Motors£4,317.95
Very cheap lease on a brand new £20,000 model. Pumped up faux-by-four hatch. Decent kit, decent space, reliable. £138.55 per month with £831.31 deposit for 10,000 miles a year. Pl… Read more
jordanp68

I think they don't offer any kind of commission to hukd so we can't say their name?

Nathan_Lynn

Why can we not write sto+e+cre On here. I got my lease car through them has it been decided they are a bad company or something what's going on? I've had my Grey Xceed since January and we like it. I think when a Service is due we should get a phonecall.

Seggamackem

Bought mine from Sto*e*c*e, so probably just for there cars

jordanp68

I've seen a black xceed. The copper stone genuinely looks better imo

jockydee79

Can you take it to any Kia dealership?

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque - 4 Year Lease - £299.03 Up Front / £299 Admin Fee / £299.03pm x 47 Months = £14,652.44 @ 21st Century Motors
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Land Rover Range Rover Evoque - 4 Year Lease - £299.03 Up Front / £299 Admin Fee / £299.03pm x 47 Months = £14,652.44 @ 21st Century Motors£14,652.44
Came across this whilst looking around, seemed a good price what it is and couldn't find anything else near this price. Worth noting that car tax will be included for the duration… Read more
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deleted1953663

Chelsea tractor then

ianstanley

yes its the 2 ltr petrol, solid colour, manual box

peaceoff

Refreshing to see a useful comment without the obligatory personal insults thrown in 👏👌

alcot33uk

15K Per annum (thought I stated that.), 7.2 PPM excess and 48 months.

bilbob

Mileage, excess mileage, length of contract...

Kia Ceed Sportswagon 1.0 T-GDi 118 2 NAV 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] £4851.36 (24 month lease) - 21st Century Motors
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Kia Ceed Sportswagon 1.0 T-GDi 118 2 NAV 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] £4851.36 (24 month lease) - 21st Century Motors£4,851.36
Decent price for a mid size estate, works out to just over £200 a month. Decent spec for an entry level model. Think the picture is wrong as it shows the Proceed not the Sportswag… Read more
gtd65

Great cars, had mine (12 plate) for over 2 years now.

kwl147

To be fair, most cars that aren’t from German manufacturers come well equipped. Almost to the degree that you have the essentials out of the box. All comes down to the features you want but I’ve never understood paying extra for larger rims and a more uncomfortable ride. Maybe aesthetics really do count for a lot for most people.

smellybum78

Its all vanity, I'll take bottom spec all day long. Mine was collected yesterday no charges for anything even though the parcel cover was split where it meets the handle bit, she put it down as wear and tear, it's cost me 165quids extra in 18months 1 service and 1 tyre

kwl147

15 inch sounds like it makes for a comfortable ride. Don’t quite understand the love affair most people seem to have with big rims. £45 is nothing compared to the brand new tyres I see for 17 to 19 inch rims lol. Like £250 a tyre and that’s when they’re cheap!

kwl147

Tough on the small engine when the car is loaded up and extremely heavy. Really have to give it some, to get the car moving which impacts on the economy. Interesting that it was so bad that it was worse than a 1.6 focus estate. 45mpg at 76mph isn’t bad for a petrol.

Renault Clio Hatch 0.9 TCe 90 Iconic 5Dr Manual - 24m lease - 6k miles p/a - no initial + £159.69 + £299 Admin = £4,131 @ 21stCenturyMotors
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Renault Clio Hatch 0.9 TCe 90 Iconic 5Dr Manual - 24m lease - 6k miles p/a - no initial + £159.69 + £299 Admin = £4,131 @ 21stCenturyMotors£4,131
Lots of CLIO deals - this has no upfront deposit. Seems a good cheap deal for 2 years. Just not sure about the company, has anyone had any experience in Leasing with these online… Read more
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diamond321

Yes but for how long ... the norm is 12 months (annoyed)

mikeportsmouth

Roughly £40 a week for a new car , yes its slow yes theres a new version coming but it is cheap

john.coote

Cheap as new one just out - auto express really rate the new one

markvirgo

Yes they do give you a car at the dealers whilst its being fixed.

bigpapa

any deals (or forum) for used cars with HP?

Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.3 DIG-T 140 Acenta Premium 5Dr Manual [Start Stop]  £7521.84 No deposit 1+35 10k PA @ 21st century motors
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Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.3 DIG-T 140 Acenta Premium 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] £7521.84 No deposit 1+35 10k PA @ 21st century motors£7,521.84
Lease deal 1+35 £208.94 pm 10k pa Total £7521.84 Body Glass Rear Wiper with Reverse Link Brakes AutoHold Function - Stand Still Assist ESP ABS EBD and Brake Assist Hill Start As… Read more
IamChris

so I am in desperate need of a new car but I really know very little about them. I was thinking paying about 10k for a relatively new car would be a good idea but maybe leasing is a better option. I was looking at golfs, focus, ceeds etc. any help and advice would be appreciated

fishmaster

I actually did buy a Fiesta for £17.5K a couple weeks ago, 600 miles on it and £6,500 less than it costs new, but that's because it has just about every extra added to it. I like the car I could have leased, maybe I should have leased but I'll keep this car 5+ years easily.

SFconvert

It's on leasing.com via Lookers. Showing as in stock too. I don't know how genuine it is bit there are a couple of suppliers at that price, 8k miles pa

margamboy

First First week of September they had 3 stock vehicles all the same colour and spec.

andyb83

Where have you seen a Karoq for under £5k for 2 years? I'm honestly interested in this!

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Renault Captur SUV TCe 90 Iconic 5Dr Manual - 36m lease - 8k miles p/a - no initial  + £166.93pm + £299 Admin = £6,309 @ 21stCenturyMotors
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Renault Captur SUV TCe 90 Iconic 5Dr Manual - 36m lease - 8k miles p/a - no initial + £166.93pm + £299 Admin = £6,309 @ 21stCenturyMotors£6,309
Plenty of SUV deals going at the moment - but this caught my eye due to no upfront deposit. Seems a good cheap deal for 3 years. Includes metallic paint options. £166.93 incl VA… Read more
evostick47

Stop using the word Normal, we're not in Rome now!

groenleader

The delay when getting on gas from a stand still is often sited as a pain by drivers. I reckon its the first thing to be turned when you get a new car or a CC and you have the brains to read the manual!

Pisnahuj

8k miles why the hell would i want a shopping car lol (lol) You can't even go anywhere with it...

ctuk

$100k/night (highfive)

bigmaz

There’s always one on these threads.... (confused)

BMW 5 Series 520 Saloon 2.0 d 190 M Sport 4Dr Auto (48 month lease) - £364.98 p/m + £299 Admin fee = £17,818.04 Total @ 21st Century Motors
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BMW 5 Series 520 Saloon 2.0 d 190 M Sport 4Dr Auto (48 month lease) - £364.98 p/m + £299 Admin fee = £17,818.04 Total @ 21st Century Motors£17,818.04
48 month lease no deposit. £364.98 per month. 10k mileage per year. Engine size: 2 litre Doors: 4 Body type: Saloon Fuel type: Diesel Fuel delivery: Turbo Transmission type… Read more
rdajackson

This is not a good deal but it is definitely not M5 money either. You'd do well to get an M5 for 3 times this price over 4 year lease.

J2X

BMW have 3 years https://www.bmw.co.uk/en/topics/owners/service-workshop/warranties.html The BMW Three Year Unlimited Mileage Retailer Warranty gives you peace of mind for the first three years of your ownership

Mal_ly

Bmw have a 4 year warranty

rodman

M5 money

Blandford33

Cheaper 2 and 3 year deals on offer at other lease companies on this batch of stock cars.

Hyundai Tucson SUV 1.6 GDI 132 SE Nav 5Dr Manual - £210pm 1+35 No Deposit + £299.99 processing fee = £7859.99 total @ 21st Century Motors
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Hyundai Tucson SUV 1.6 GDI 132 SE Nav 5Dr Manual - £210pm 1+35 No Deposit + £299.99 processing fee = £7859.99 total @ 21st Century Motors£7,859.99
Been looking around for a new good value SUV and came across this limited offer! No deposit, 3 year lease at a great price! Cheaper than last Tucson deal on here I believe. Hope t… Read more
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joanne.robertsonkST

Mine is not on lease, its my mobility car but a cracking car that is brilliant for my needs. I find it very good on fuel too x

hackboski

Ooh erm, suv type, manual, 10k to 15k a CB year so mpg great or electrical, budget say 10-15k, features erm dunno really, just best bang for buck.

Laurie_Ballard

The appeal is getting to drive a brand new car with the latest technology, no repair costs to worry about the ability to hand it back at the end without having to worry about trying to sell it on. Owning a 10 year old used car is almost always going to work out better financially than a lease, unless you have a major engine failure but the comparison can only be done in terms of financial. Every other comparison is apples and oranges. Most people get a lease because they want a car which is going to cost them a set cost per month without having to be concerned about repairs. We own a new car and a 12 year old one, we save £50 per month for the used one to cover any repairs it needs which we don’t for the new one. Wear and tear is the same unless you get a short lease but if I stepped out of the house each morning and had the choice, I would pick our new car every single day of the week.

pumpkinette

Still don’t get the appeal in leasing a car. I know loads of people do but all that expense with nothing to show for it at the end? I would much rather buy a cheaper car, pay the same cost per month and at least have a car at the end of it. Keep that car and run it to the ground and then buy a new one I need to. Or save up in the years after the car is paid off so I have a good chunk of money to ether buy a second hand car either outright or with a very small loan to pay off the remaining balance. Maybe just me though as I’m currently driving a 10 year old car that’s only done about 22k and bought it for a steal as it’s old and therefore not desirable to a lot of people. Even though it done nothing but the weekly shop for the first 9 years of its life. I will keep it until it isn’t worth repairing. I do quite fancy a hybrid at some point but they are still too pricey for my liking. I could probably afford it if I really wanted but don’t see the point in wasting all that money when I have a perfectly good car at the moment.

brj080402

Nice to see some good comments lately. I'm very tempted. Think I'll test drive this weekend. So it's not a death trap when overtaking either lol???

Seat Leon 1.5 TSI EVO FR [EZ] 5dr. Lease 3 years no deposit £186.50 a month, total £7014
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Seat Leon 1.5 TSI EVO FR [EZ] 5dr. Lease 3 years no deposit £186.50 a month, total £7014£7,014
Seat Leon 1.5 TSI EVO FR [EZ] 5dr Includes metallic paint. Factory order for new 19 plate. 1+35 at £186.50 8k miles other available for not much more a month £299.99 fee. 36 m… Read more
matth5182

Yeah, it came up from a dealer in Brighton to the Wirral so the guy signed 500 miles off (it was actually only about 300)

Gozer

Did they take off the delivery mileage when they checked the vehicle back? Fleetprices told me that the 300 miles on my delivered vehicle came off my annual allowance.

50pEachwayJay

Did anyone get this deal?

Redonkulous

Same as above, I applied for the finance over weekend , 10k miles 3 years which was £189 - I have just had a call from 21st saying they cannot match this figure and it would be £235

leroy_owen

Just had the call back from them and looks like it was a price error unfortunately.

Seat Ateca 1.5TSI EVO SE Technology lease £5,976.20 total lease @ 21st century motors
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Seat Ateca 1.5TSI EVO SE Technology lease £5,976.20 total lease @ 21st century motors£5,976.20
Various deposit/years/mileage options but the one that works for me is no deposit, 2 years 8000 miles 1x £236.55 then 23 x £236.55. There’s a £299 broker fee which I think is a bi… Read more
cava83

That sucks, I have called twice and left a couple of voicemails, but nothing. Damn, I was excited.

harty06

Scrap that just had the email back to say the normal rubbish I have had for a few deals now that there was a price increase this morning and the deal has gone up. Absolute rubbish, just admit to a misprice.

cava83

I have a call setup for 4.00pm, damn !

harty06

Deal gone. Went to book it today and the price has gone up in line with all other brokers. Had requested a call later last night about the deal and haven't heard yet so take it they mispriced or what ever.

dalfy

Got my Ateca 6 months ago, same terms (2 yr, 8000 miles), slightly more expensive than this deal, so heat for this.

Audi A4 Avant 1.4T FSI S Line 5dr [Leather/Alc] Lease 256.69 per month (256.69 initial) 24 months - £6160.56 @ 21st Century Motors
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Audi A4 Avant 1.4T FSI S Line 5dr [Leather/Alc] Lease 256.69 per month (256.69 initial) 24 months - £6160.56 @ 21st Century Motors£6,160.56
Personal contract hire Contract term : 24 months Rental profile : 1 + 23 Annual mileage : 10000 Production status : Current model CO2 band : H (131-150 g/km) Avant model so a… Read more
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DemonIT

Sensible and interesting post - thanks (y) 🏼

LPKLPKLPK

Thanks,. I'll give them a look. I know the traditional remap used to advance the ROM counter but a decent tuner would reset that counter for you. I presume this td1 thing is more robust.

MrSweeney

If you do look into them, just remember not all tuning boxes are made equal. Some are really poorly made knock-offs and there are even others on the market that have been exposed as being completely fake boxes. As in, all they do is light up an LED on the box when you connect it but the box doesn't actually do anything to the engine in any way shape or form. Just a load of random components soldered to a PCB. tdituning and DTUK are both very reputable makers. expect to pay anywhere between £250 - £450 for one of theirs depending on discounts available etc. The triple channel boxes seem to be the best value and most advanced if available for your car.

Nutkin

It will be locked in the PBL so better chance of finding an exploit that accidentally resets it. All it is in the module is a PID that counts the number of times the software has been flashed to the module. If VAG Flash it then it ups the counter against the VIN, if someone else flashes it then it becomes mismatched and the computer will flag the mismatch. If you use a tuning box you will never actually flash the module therefore it is impossible that the flash counter will increase.

LPKLPKLPK

Give me a shout when you crack it then. I was under the impression the tuning boxes gave the same td1 codes, maybe not. I'll look into it as an option, was always under the impression they were just a low rent version of a remap, and just altered the fuel flow readings (like a big resistor) and not much else causing over fueling for the extra power, no changes to timings and boost pressures etc.. Maybe they have moved on a bit.