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Personal contract hire deal Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 140 Zetec S 3dr £149.99 p/m £3749.76 @ WFS
Looking for one of these for the missus and this didn't seem like a bad deal as the upfront is low. Total cost Inc processing fee £3749.76 Personal contract hire £149.99 incl VAT rental per month … Read more
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I just found it on the same deal. Have copied the main info ..
Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line 3dr
£149.99 incl VAT monthly rentals
£149.99 incl VAT initial rental
Personal contract hire
Contract term : 24 months
Rental profile : 1 + 23
Annual mileage : 8000
Production status : Current model
CO2 band : B (101-110 g/km)

Edited by: "KellyDawson" 6th Sep 2016

leechuter

Isn't this the old model? Has the ST-Line replaced it or is that a … Isn't this the old model? Has the ST-Line replaced it or is that a totally different spec?



I think the ST Line has replaced it, I've found one here, seems like a better deal?
fleetprices.co.uk/per…897

Isn't this the old model? Has the ST-Line replaced it or is that a totally different spec?

dh33r4j

I am new to the country. Could you tell me how this works? What is the … I am new to the country. Could you tell me how this works? What is the difference between this and buying a car in terms of costs?I assume the driver covers the cost of service and repair in both cases, yeah?How much does it cost on insurance for a new driver of 30 years of age?With all honesty, I don't think I would be able to afford a car. Just would like to know the costs so I can aspire to get one some day.



If you are after a new car and it is likely to depreciate more in the period you have it than a lease would cost, then lease. If you need finance and the monthlies are more than leasing, then lease.

Insurance depends a lot on factors other than the car - how long you've had your license, how old you are, where you live, your occupation etc. I can tell you that a newly qualified 30 year old driver will be paying considerably less than a newly qualified 17/18 year old driver if their address and occupation are the same.

mattclarkie

Well you can pay full RRP for a pre-registered car at a dealership, but … Well you can pay full RRP for a pre-registered car at a dealership, but no sane person would.



Depends on what it is - Focus RS with a 1 year waiting list? Anything else that would take at least 6 months to acquire from a factory order? Some would, just to jump the queue, some might to get favourable finance rates. Don't underestimate the mugs that will pay full bat for a car.

Either way - I still can't think of a single car that loses 50% from new as soon as you drive off in it.

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BMW 3 Series Diesel Saloon 335d xDrive M Sport 4dr Step Auto £2812.23 @ WessexFleet
First post so take it easy guys! £312.47 incl VAT rental per month £2812.23 incl VAT initial rental Contract term : 24 months Rental profile : 9 + 23 Annual mileage : 8000 Processing fee : £150.00 Fi… Read more
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Voted Cold because Op is trying to trick voters with a misleading price shown. It's not £2,812, it's over £10,000!!!

HaraldBB



​That's Audis your thinking of, they have absolutely taken this crown in recent years!

HaraldBB


Is it OK to lease though so you aren't an owner and therefore a hole?

HaraldBB



Lol

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BMW 335d xDrive M Sport Saloon - 2 year lease deal (Term £9200) @ Wessex Fleet Solutions
Not a deal for everyone, admittedly, but I reckon this deal would take some beating if you're in the market for a performance saloon. 0-60 in 4.6 secs...everything else is irrelevant :) but just in … Read more
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p5x

Not a deal for everyone, admittedly, but I reckon this deal would … Not a deal for everyone, admittedly, but I reckon this deal would take some beating if you're in the market for a performance saloon.0-60 in 4.6 secs...everything else is irrelevant :)but just in case you're interested:2 year lease8000 miles per annummaintenence not included2544 initial rental followed by 23 monthly payments of £282.72 = 9046£150 admin fee

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You don't need convincing, leasing is only for those that want a new car regularly with reasonably fixed costs. if you like to hold onto your cars long term, you'd be better off purchasing it outright, probably second hand.

Just like with a mobile phone, some people like getting a new phone every year whilst others are happy to stick with the same one for a few years...

I'm one of those guy's struggling to understand the concept of leasing a car.
Ill rather pay cash outright and keep it for a long time to come.

I dont fancy changing car every year

Someone please convince me.

Thanks
Edited by: "miclade" 4th Aug 2015

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