Abarth 595 1.4 t-jet 145bhp 3 year lease deal 10k miles year £6393.60 Total @ Jet Vehicle Finance amortised £177.60mth
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Abarth 595 1.4 t-jet 145bhp 3 year lease deal 10k miles year £6393.60 Total @ Jet Vehicle Finance amortised £177.60mth

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Posted 30th Aug
Sporty little fun car for amortised £177.60mth
over 3years 10k miles a year. (£159.80mth 5k miles)
Other mileages/terms available check link to adjust.
Nippy 0-60 7.8 secs, manual gearbox.
In stock deal
Free grey paint (other colours extra)
Think maybe slight differences to pic as comes with 8 spoke 16” alloys as standard.
Check link for spec.
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MIDURIX30/08/2019 08:47

So you a three year lease costs you about £6k and a three year of …So you a three year lease costs you about £6k and a three year of ownership with 30k miles costs you about £6k, if instead you did 60k miles it would only realistically cost you about £7k over the thee years of ownership. This is a lease with none of the financial benefits, as said earlier most good lease deals over two years are 20-25% of RRP and are much less than depreciation.


Would you ever just accept your original post was woefully wrong on ALL accounts? You were quoting the wrong list price AND the wrong level of discount achievable.

The benefits of ANY lease is not having to outlay the £16,000 or so to buy the car in the first place. ALSO you havent factored in the cost of borrowing the £16,000 in to your "figures".

Is it the bestest lease deal EVER? No. But its a decent deal on a great little car.

Not a fortune monthly, and FUN.

I dont really know why you're intent in pouring cold water over every aspect of it.
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MIDURIX30/08/2019 07:14

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RRP is £16685:

abarthcars.co.uk

3yr old car with 30000 miles is around £9-10k on the used market.
Edited by: "Docman" 30th Aug
Thanks Docman
looks like these are the wheels
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MIDURIX30/08/2019 07:14

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lol
Yes definitely a bad deal IF it was over 2 years
MIDURIX30/08/2019 07:14

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The 595 are 160hp not 140 unless u had just the normal 500 Abarth.
Hot deal but bare in mind in standard form it looks a bit naff and equipment levels are a bit tight considering this is 2019.
Edited by: "Jackxandrews" 30th Aug
DryUrEyesMate30/08/2019 08:38

The 595 are 160hp not 140 unless u had just the normal 500 Abarth.


500, then 500 custom then 595, all same car just name change, 595 was reserved for turismo competizone when the custom was around.
MIDURIX30/08/2019 07:14

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Where are you getting list price of £15,560 and where are you getting a discounted price of £13,000?

Broadspeed are listing an Abart 145 T Jet at £16,685 and a discounted price of £16,018. Drivethedeal arent listing it at all.

And its 3 years not 2.
My bad, but a decent lease is 20-25% over two years around 40% for three years is still very poor.
MIDURIX30/08/2019 07:14

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I dont think your post could be more wrong if you tried - wrong list price, wrong levels of discount, wrong time period.
Dwh861130/08/2019 07:47

lolYes definitely a bad deal IF it was over 2 years


Just a poor one over three then
avoid, fiat cant do foot pedals
Edited by: "lumsdot" 30th Aug
Docman30/08/2019 07:34

RRP is £16685:abarthcars.co.uk3yr old car with 30000 miles is around …RRP is £16685:abarthcars.co.uk3yr old car with 30000 miles is around £9-10k on the used market.


So you a three year lease costs you about £6k and a three year of ownership with 30k miles costs you about £6k, if instead you did 60k miles it would only realistically cost you about £7k over the thee years of ownership. This is a lease with none of the financial benefits, as said earlier most good lease deals over two years are 20-25% of RRP and are much less than depreciation.
pgilc130/08/2019 08:44

I dont think your post could be more wrong if you tried - wrong list …I dont think your post could be more wrong if you tried - wrong list price, wrong levels of discount, wrong time period.


I got the list from Top gear and Parker's which match, they may be slightly outdated though, it was the newer 145ps 595 so thought it would be near, also if you go into a Abarth dealer for a £16500 car and can only get it for £16000 there is something wrong with you.
If this is in stock cars with the standard 16" wheels they look absolutely shocking in really life.

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Nice bit of rubber there
Edited by: "MIDURIX" 30th Aug
MIDURIX30/08/2019 08:42

500, then 500 custom then 595, all same car just name change, 595 was …500, then 500 custom then 595, all same car just name change, 595 was reserved for turismo competizone when the custom was around.


i previously owned the 500 Abarth which was a 140hp then i went to the turismo which was the 160hp which came with monza exhaust, sabelt seats, xenon light, koni suspension, brembo breaks and the bmc air filter, more then the same car if you ask me
Edited by: "DryUrEyesMate" 30th Aug
MIDURIX30/08/2019 08:47

So you a three year lease costs you about £6k and a three year of …So you a three year lease costs you about £6k and a three year of ownership with 30k miles costs you about £6k, if instead you did 60k miles it would only realistically cost you about £7k over the thee years of ownership. This is a lease with none of the financial benefits, as said earlier most good lease deals over two years are 20-25% of RRP and are much less than depreciation.


Would you ever just accept your original post was woefully wrong on ALL accounts? You were quoting the wrong list price AND the wrong level of discount achievable.

The benefits of ANY lease is not having to outlay the £16,000 or so to buy the car in the first place. ALSO you havent factored in the cost of borrowing the £16,000 in to your "figures".

Is it the bestest lease deal EVER? No. But its a decent deal on a great little car.

Not a fortune monthly, and FUN.

I dont really know why you're intent in pouring cold water over every aspect of it.
MIDURIX30/08/2019 08:51

I got the list from Top gear and Parker's which match, they may be …I got the list from Top gear and Parker's which match, they may be slightly outdated though, it was the newer 145ps 595 so thought it would be near, also if you go into a Abarth dealer for a £16500 car and can only get it for £16000 there is something wrong with you.If this is in stock cars with the standard 16" wheels they look absolutely shocking in really life.[Image] Nice bit of rubber there


I'm saying that BROKERS are only offering £600 off it. If you think you can walk in and get £3,500 off the list price when BROKERS are only quoting £600, then i think you're off your head. Please quote where it can be bought for £13,000 otherwise its just a nonsense made up figure.

Not everyone wants big fandango wheels on a tiny little car. I would say ride quality and handling are better on the standard rim.
Edited by: "pgilc1" 30th Aug
lumsdot30/08/2019 08:45

avoid, fiat cant do foot pedals


You mean u cant toe and heal?
MIDURIX30/08/2019 08:47

So you a three year lease costs you about £6k and a three year of …So you a three year lease costs you about £6k and a three year of ownership with 30k miles costs you about £6k, if instead you did 60k miles it would only realistically cost you about £7k over the thee years of ownership. This is a lease with none of the financial benefits, as said earlier most good lease deals over two years are 20-25% of RRP and are much less than depreciation.


Just depends if you’ve got the the cash to let it sit in a depreciating asset or would prefer to use the money wisely elsewhere
Docman30/08/2019 09:10

Just depends if you’ve got the the cash to let it sit in a depreciating a …Just depends if you’ve got the the cash to let it sit in a depreciating asset or would prefer to use the money wisely elsewhere


Exactly.

AND he didnt factor in the cost of borrowing the £16,000 either.
MIDURIX30/08/2019 08:47

So you a three year lease costs you about £6k and a three year of …So you a three year lease costs you about £6k and a three year of ownership with 30k miles costs you about £6k, if instead you did 60k miles it would only realistically cost you about £7k over the thee years of ownership. This is a lease with none of the financial benefits, as said earlier most good lease deals over two years are 20-25% of RRP and are much less than depreciation.


Pretty sad mate that you deleted your original comment rather than admit you were wrong.
Owned one, absolute hoot to drive, but driving position and fiat "build quality" let it down
MIDURIX30/08/2019 08:47

So you a three year lease costs you about £6k and a three year of …So you a three year lease costs you about £6k and a three year of ownership with 30k miles costs you about £6k, if instead you did 60k miles it would only realistically cost you about £7k over the thee years of ownership. This is a lease with none of the financial benefits, as said earlier most good lease deals over two years are 20-25% of RRP and are much less than depreciation.


Loving how you're having to DOUBLE the mileage to make your argument stack up.

Its £6,393 over three years, 10K miles which is ample for most people. I would not like to be doing 20K miles per year in one of these.

This deal works out at 38% over 3 years. If you're saying 25% is a great deal over 2 years, then thats 12.5% per year which is 37.5% over three years anyway.
Mdrb197930/08/2019 09:17

Owned one, absolute hoot to drive, but driving position and fiat "build …Owned one, absolute hoot to drive, but driving position and fiat "build quality" let it down


Having had a Cooper S i can wholly see the merit in small fun performance cars. I think this is absolute bargain @ £177 a month
Always like the idea of these until you look at the 0-60 time, surely a car as small as this with that might power can do 0-60 in less than 7.8 seconds?
ollie8730/08/2019 09:29

Always like the idea of these until you look at the 0-60 time, surely a …Always like the idea of these until you look at the 0-60 time, surely a car as small as this with that might power can do 0-60 in less than 7.8 seconds?


A car doesnt have to be very fast to be a hoot to drive. Its about the overall package and how it performs when you take the back road home. Not the quickest Abarth option, but that doesnt mean it cant be fun.
I’m really interested in going for a lease and I do rely on this forum a lot to see what’s a good deal. What are the percentages that you work to when working out whether these are a good deal?
Would you say that lease payments over 2 years should be less than 20-25% of list?
lumsdot30/08/2019 08:45

avoid, fiat cant do foot pedals


Yep, clutch pedal snapped on my 500 Abarth after 3 years. A bit of a known issue that Fiat don’t seem to want to sort
can it go uphills ?
emsabobs30/08/2019 09:53

I’m really interested in going for a lease and I do rely on this forum a l …I’m really interested in going for a lease and I do rely on this forum a lot to see what’s a good deal. What are the percentages that you work to when working out whether these are a good deal? Would you say that lease payments over 2 years should be less than 20-25% of list?


Theres a longrunning lease deals thread over on Pistonheads where you can view or post a deal and people give feedback.

pistonheads.com/gas…047

Likewise, theres some good lease deals come up here, albeit you have to sift through those wishing to pour cold water on them and look for the real comments.
pgilc130/08/2019 11:11

Theres a longrunning lease deals thread over on Pistonheads where you can …Theres a longrunning lease deals thread over on Pistonheads where you can view or post a deal and people give feedback.https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&f=255&t=1801047Likewise, theres some good lease deals come up here, albeit you have to sift through those wishing to pour cold water on them and look for the real comments.


Thank you very much.
DryUrEyesMate30/08/2019 08:51

i previously owned the 500 Abarth which was a 140hp then i went to the …i previously owned the 500 Abarth which was a 140hp then i went to the turismo which was the 160hp which came with monza exhaust, sabelt seats, xenon light, koni suspension, brembo breaks and the bmc air filter, more then the same car if you ask me


No, 500 changed name to 500 custom and now called 595, not talking about the Turismo. 595 was reserved for just the Turismo.
pgilc130/08/2019 08:52

Would you ever just accept your original post was woefully wrong on ALL …Would you ever just accept your original post was woefully wrong on ALL accounts? You were quoting the wrong list price AND the wrong level of discount achievable.The benefits of ANY lease is not having to outlay the £16,000 or so to buy the car in the first place. ALSO you havent factored in the cost of borrowing the £16,000 in to your "figures".Is it the bestest lease deal EVER? No. But its a decent deal on a great little car. Not a fortune monthly, and FUN. I dont really know why you're intent in pouring cold water over every aspect of it.


Yes, I was wrong about the length of lease and I looked at two reputable website for RRP and went with that.
When these cars were £13k I got mine for £11k, so I thought getting one now for £13k when the list is a little over £15k is very achievable.
MIDURIX30/08/2019 13:42

Yes, I was wrong about the length of lease and I looked at two reputable …Yes, I was wrong about the length of lease and I looked at two reputable website for RRP and went with that.When these cars were £13k I got mine for £11k, so I thought getting one now for £13k when the list is a little over £15k is very achievable.


Fair play for putting your hand up to it.

I've generally found broker prices give a good indication of what can be achieved at your local dealers and the fact the Broadspeed are only offering £600 or so off suggests discounts and / or finance incentives arent what maybe they have been in the past.

As i said i dont think its the worlds best deal ever but i think theres a lot of fun to be had there for £177 a month.
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£14k possible.
zzzz30/08/2019 09:15

Just looked on Parkers , seems there are 9 versions …Just looked on Parkers , seems there are 9 versions 140-180hphttps://www.parkers.co.uk/abarth/595/hatchback-2012/specs/I though it would be a lot quicker than my old 155 diesel mondy with 0nly 2/3 the weight but not reallyhttps://www.parkers.co.uk/ford/mondeo/hatchback-2000/22-tdci-titanium-x-(155ps)-5d/specs/


mines the 595 160hp model and leaves my Audi a3 dsg 170hp easily
Getting a very old car very quick.
Thanks for posting @Dwh8611 we have added this to the Highlights section
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