Car Leasing Ford Fiesta 1.5 TDCi Zetec 5dr £554 initial then £125 x 48
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Car Leasing Ford Fiesta 1.5 TDCi Zetec 5dr £554 initial then £125 x 48

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Found 30th Jun 2016
Longer term lease than usually posted but low monthly payments, car does 78.5 MPG. Lease is based on 48 months at 8000 miles per annum.Up front is £374.22 plus £180 admin fee
Shorter periods are available at higher monthly cost

Total Price for 4 years is £6,417
- Gozer

87 Comments

The titanium model is only £6ish more a month which is a big step up from the zetec, and the 1.0 ecoboost (99HP) 65MPG is about £7 more a month over the 48 months.

Excellent deal!!

What's the realistic mpg on these?

I have a 1.0 ecoboost zetec s. After about 3 week I am stuck on around 44mpg, I dont do much motorway driving though so I think you could easily expect 50mpg as a minimum with motorway use.

My dad has a focus ecoboost and gets similar economy to me, so for general road use I think I'll struggle to get up to 50

Most new Fords are fugly.
I have an 09 Zetec S Focus. Looks great compared to recent models.

Razorfishy

What's the realistic mpg on these?



58.3 mpg

I'd personally take a 36mth deal on this car for just £2 more net per month so that you dont have to worry about warranty issues

Razorfishy

What's the realistic mpg on these?



Depends how you drive.

nathan3007

The titanium model is only £6ish more a month which is a big step up from … The titanium model is only £6ish more a month which is a big step up from the zetec, and the 1.0 ecoboost (99HP) 65MPG is about £7 more a month over the 48 months.


The 1.0 eco focus petrol realistically does 35mpg! Even thought they say over 60

Tom4646

The 1.0 eco focus petrol realistically does 35mpg! Even thought they say … The 1.0 eco focus petrol realistically does 35mpg! Even thought they say over 60



I know haha, I have one myself, I get 40ish out of mine

Gozer

Depends how you drive.



60mpg with mixture of town and motorway which i miss as i now have a focus 1ltr 125 ecoboost which is doing 39 mpg with 3000 miles on the clock.

teabag36

60mpg with mixture of town and motorway which i miss as i now have a … 60mpg with mixture of town and motorway which i miss as i now have a focus 1ltr 125 ecoboost which is doing 39 mpg with 3000 miles on the clock.



I get 44mpg with my 1.5 ltr Fiesta diesel.

teabag36

60mpg with mixture of town and motorway which i miss as i now have a … 60mpg with mixture of town and motorway which i miss as i now have a focus 1ltr 125 ecoboost which is doing 39 mpg with 3000 miles on the clock.



Should be getting nearer 42mpg - use V-Pover Nitro+

never had a car on a lease before can anyone tell me how insurance works on this do you have to have a special type of insurance and is he generally more expensive than if I own the car thanks for any help

nevetss78

never had a car on a lease before can anyone tell me how insurance works … never had a car on a lease before can anyone tell me how insurance works on this do you have to have a special type of insurance and is he generally more expensive than if I own the car thanks for any help



Standard insurance although it would be advisable to take out GAP insurance too...

Banned

total cost: £6554 over 48months.
For that you can buy 2 years old Fiesta with less than 20k miles on it.. and keep it forever..

Not that I would buy a ford in first place...

Gozer

I get 44mpg with my 1.5 ltr Fiesta diesel.



what on earth are you doing to get that you do realise it has 5 gears?lol

Razorfishy

What's the realistic mpg on these?



​I get 50 mpg with my 1.6 diesel

Razorfishy

What's the realistic mpg on these?



​I get 50 mpg with my 1.6 diesel

tombryant

total cost: £6554 over 48months.For that you can buy 2 years old Fiesta … total cost: £6554 over 48months.For that you can buy 2 years old Fiesta with less than 20k miles on it.. and keep it forever..Not that I would buy a ford in first place...



Here is he! The expert!!

Tom4646

The 1.0 eco focus petrol realistically does 35mpg! Even thought they say … The 1.0 eco focus petrol realistically does 35mpg! Even thought they say over 60



Agree. Quoted Mpg figures are ridiculous. 36mpg from our 1.0T. 75% town diving. Great little car though

Gozer

Depends how you drive.



The correct answer. But I would add that it also depends on your driving conditions. If you are in the rush hour traffic in a busy town every day then mpg will be a lot less than breezing out into off-peak traffic.
Also if the first (engine cold) half mile of your commute is generally downhill, then your MPG will be much better than otherwise.

I have a petrol SUV which quotes 50MPG, and I get 49. Quoted figures are usually correct, just people don't understand what they mean.
Edited by: "androoski" 30th Jun 2016

shindigger

Most new Fords are fugly. I have an 09 Zetec S Focus. Looks great … Most new Fords are fugly. I have an 09 Zetec S Focus. Looks great compared to recent models.



​agreed

m5rcc

Here is he! The expert!!



To be fair it becomes a more valid argurment at this price point in my opinion especially given this car hasn't had any major changes recently and is starting to look a little old.

g8spur

To be fair it becomes a more valid argurment at this price point in my … To be fair it becomes a more valid argurment at this price point in my opinion especially given this car hasn't had any major changes recently and is starting to look a little old.



Sure, I wouldn't ever take a four year lease. The three-year deal is almost the same price net/month

New Fiesta out next year:

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Razorfishy

What's the realistic mpg on these?



I get exactly 60mpg

I have this exact model on a lease deal, have had it for 5 months now and just shy on 6k on the clock.

Mainly A roads and motorway for my daily work commute but a bit of a heavy right foot now and again too.

markymark34

Quoted Mpg figures are ridiculous



About 15 years ago, the EC originally legislated that the only fuel economy figures that could be mentioned by manufacturers were those from the official EC lab tests. At first, these were reasonably realistic. Then the EC started turning the screws down on CO2 emissions, which are extrapolated from the fuel economy figures. So the only way car manufacturers could achieve increasingly lower CO2 was to tune their engines very specifically for the ECDC lab tests. The result is low CO2 for taxation purposes.

If you use a quality fuel, it will also improve the mpg.

tombryant

total cost: £6554 over 48months.For that you can buy 2 years old Fiesta … total cost: £6554 over 48months.For that you can buy 2 years old Fiesta with less than 20k miles on it.. and keep it forever..Not that I would buy a ford in first place...



Why not?

stesavingexpert

Why not?


Probably a Vauxhall man

I could barely get 55mpg on this and 40mpg on the 1.0 petrol

stesavingexpert

Why not?



Maybe because they screwed staff in Enfield, Basildon and Belfast out of their pensions they'd been contributing to for up to 30 years when they moved production to China and expected the tax payer to pick up the bill.

Mike Ashley must drive a Ford. Why support a company with such poor ethics?

Brilliant

Noeldude

Maybe because they screwed staff in Enfield, Basildon and Belfast out of … Maybe because they screwed staff in Enfield, Basildon and Belfast out of their pensions they'd been contributing to for up to 30 years when they moved production to China and expected the tax payer to pick up the bill. Mike Ashley must drive a Ford. Why support a company with such poor ethics?



Ford will build vehicles where the labour is cheap. It has nothing to do with ethics but simple economics. The UK is no longer a cheap place to do so and for it to survive if Article 50 is invoked is to make a low-wage, low-tax country.

Gotta love these deals , makes me feel so much better with my 35k top end vw passat 4wd alltrack DSG i bagged from here for the same price. Need a car for the missus and looking out for another insane deal but not this one im afraid.

Edited by: "lukman2k" 30th Jun 2016

m5rcc

Ford will build vehicles where the labour is cheap. It has nothing to do … Ford will build vehicles where the labour is cheap. It has nothing to do with ethics but simple economics. The UK is no longer a cheap place to do so and for it to survive if Article 50 is invoked is to make a low-wage, low-tax country.



They did it 7 years ago. Article 50 played no part in their decision.

True. Production follows labour costs but Ford deliberately moved workers to a front company (Visteon) so they could liquidate that before the move to China and claim they'd no responsibility for the pensions that staff had paid into for decades. The unethical part wasn't moving the jobs, it was the manoeuvre to screw working people out of their pensions.

No big company is totally ethical but many consumers value basic workers rights when making a choice of what/where to buy. Sports Direct a case in point.

JonnyT23

I have a 1.0 ecoboost zetec s. After about 3 week I am stuck on around … I have a 1.0 ecoboost zetec s. After about 3 week I am stuck on around 44mpg, I dont do much motorway driving though so I think you could easily expect 50mpg as a minimum with motorway use.My dad has a focus ecoboost and gets similar economy to me, so for general road use I think I'll struggle to get up to 50



​ Thats horrific. I run a 200bhp 1.6 208gti and I average 43mpg including my rush hour commute. Motorway with a gentle foot at 70mph sees 60mpg

Noeldude

They did it 7 years ago. Article 50 played no part in their decision. … They did it 7 years ago. Article 50 played no part in their decision. True. Production follows labour costs but Ford deliberately moved workers to a front company (Visteon) so they could liquidate that before the move to China and claim they'd no responsibility for the pensions that staff had paid into for decades. The unethical part wasn't moving the jobs, it was the manoeuvre to screw working people out of their pensions. No big company is totally ethical but many consumers value basic workers rights when making a choice of what/where to buy. Sports Direct a case in point.



I didn't say Article 50 played any part in Ford's decision - merely stating the UK will need to adapt if it's going to survive.

No one forced any former Ford worker to move to Visteon.

Vote with your wallet - if you don't wish to buy Ford then buy something else but the importance of ethics is typically very low down the foodchain given the price sensitivity of today's environment.

Correct. No one forced anyone to move from Ford to Visteon. If you didn't want to move, you were free to go on the dole.

And again, you're right. Price is king for many but there are quite a few people on this site , while looking for a good price, care about how workers are treated. Sports Direct deals mostly go cold whatever the price.

I was just speculating that's why the poster would never buy a Ford.

nathan3007

I know haha, I have one myself, I get 40ish out of mine



Which IMO is still good. Sit behind a lorry on long journeys, can get 50mpg out of my 10 year old NA petrol when the quoted figure is 40.
Edited by: "Taz1529" 30th Jun 2016

i dont think this is that great... there are better deals to be had on better cars
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