Cheap Lease - Dacia Sandero 36 and 48 Month Lease from £109.99 a Month Via WhatCar
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Cheap Lease - Dacia Sandero 36 and 48 Month Lease from £109.99 a Month Via WhatCar

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Found 20th FebEdited by:"vwguy"
Terrible car, cheapest runaround I've seen.


48 Month - 8,000 Annual Mileage - Initial Payment £659.94 - Monthly Payment £109.99 - Total Payment over 4 years - £5,279.52 - Total Cost per Year £1,319.88

48 Month - 10,000 Annual Mileage - Initial Payment £670.92 - Monthly Payment £111.82 - Total Payment over 4 years - £5,367.36 - Total Cost per Year £1,341.84

48 Month - 8,000 Annual Mileage - Initial Payment £349.74 - Monthly Payment £116.58 - Total Payment over 4 years - £5,595.85 - Total Cost per year £1,398.96

48 Month - 10,000 Annual Mileage - Initial Payment £355.56 - Monthly Payment £118.52 - Total Payment over 4 years - £5,688.96 - Total Cost per year £1,422.24

36 Month - 8,000 Annual Mileage - Initial Payment £713.16 - Monthly Payment £118.86 - Total Payment over 3 years - £4,278.96 - Total Cost per year £1,426.32

36 Month - 10,000 Annual Mileage - Initial Payment £727.62 - Monthly Payment £121.27 - Total Payment over 3 years - £4,365.72 - Total Cost per year £1455.24

36 Month - 8,000 Annual Mileage - Initial Payment £384.78 - Monthly Payment £128.26 - Total Payment over 3 years - £4,617.36 - Total Cost per year £1,539.12

36 Month - 10,000 Annual Mileage - Initial Payment £392.55 - Monthly Payment £130.85 - Total Payment over 3 years - £4710.60 - Total Cost per year £1,570.20


Deal includes warranty, breakdown, UK-wide delivery and road tax.
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Again - why would you lease for 48 months past the point of warranty expiration and no MOTs?
Misslovely4 m ago

4k for 4 years for a dacia? No thanks because 4k could buy me a decent 11 …4k for 4 years for a dacia? No thanks because 4k could buy me a decent 11 reg car anyway with 70k miles.

Whilst this particular deal isn't very good, are you comparing a new car to a seven year old car as like-for-like?
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Again - why would you lease for 48 months past the point of warranty expiration and no MOTs?
And you have not specified which model of the Sandero...
That's a lot of money for a very cheap car. No thanks
4k for 4 years for a dacia? No thanks because 4k could buy me a decent 11 reg car anyway with 70k miles.
How much are these to buy?
About 5 grand
Misslovely4 m ago

4k for 4 years for a dacia? No thanks because 4k could buy me a decent 11 …4k for 4 years for a dacia? No thanks because 4k could buy me a decent 11 reg car anyway with 70k miles.

Whilst this particular deal isn't very good, are you comparing a new car to a seven year old car as like-for-like?
I cant see why you'd lease a basic cheap and cheerful car like a Dacia, when you could lease something nicer for not much more money?
bezerk1 m ago

About 5 grand


£5,995.
Lol, just buy it then. Cold.
Hi vwguy it's a shame you didn't get on with your Sandero and found it a "Terrible car", having bought this time last year I can only suggest you were perhaps unlucky or expecting more from an extremely reasonably priced car.
We have been really pleased with our choice, 1.6l diesel, pulls the caravan with ease and gets up to 70 mpg on long runs (without caravan) - which model did you go for?
With a modest deposit, around £100/ month inc road tax and breakdown I can see the advantage of this deal.
It's not for me right now but I once had a new job 100 miles away and (because at a pinch I could get to my old job on a bike) suddenly needed to replace an old banger with something reliable to get me there.
Unless you have a few grand down the back of the sofa, in this situation something like this deal could be attractive.
B_B9 m ago

With a modest deposit, around £100/ month inc road tax and breakdown I can …With a modest deposit, around £100/ month inc road tax and breakdown I can see the advantage of this deal.It's not for me right now but I once had a new job 100 miles away and (because at a pinch I could get to my old job on a bike) suddenly needed to replace an old banger with something reliable to get me there.


This offer would be useless within 8-10 weeks for your personally as you'd blow your mileage allowance.
Ice cold. Almost the same as buying.
Engine included?
Agreed - better to buy one and sell it at 3 years old
Final purchase option based on value.... they give you 3k back in cash
Get a 31 month interest free credit card with 6k limit :- sainsburysbank.co.uk/cre…501

Pay no deposit and just £193.39 a month, drive it as many miles as you like and keep the car at the end.
Dan_Monkfield1 h, 5 m ago

Get a 31 month interest free credit card with 6k limit :- …Get a 31 month interest free credit card with 6k limit :- https://www.sainsburysbank.co.uk/credit_cards/micro/cca_purchase31u_micro?sid=370u&dfaid=AGG_ALL_091501Pay no deposit and just £193.39 a month, drive it as many miles as you like and keep the car at the end.


Dan_Monkfield1 h, 5 m ago

Get a 31 month interest free credit card with 6k limit :- …Get a 31 month interest free credit card with 6k limit :- https://www.sainsburysbank.co.uk/credit_cards/micro/cca_purchase31u_micro?sid=370u&dfaid=AGG_ALL_091501Pay no deposit and just £193.39 a month, drive it as many miles as you like and keep the car at the end.


Does anyone have any experiences of buying a car with a credit card in full (to do this)? My experience of new car buying has nearly always been debit cards, CHAPs or cash. I'm guessing it could be done in certain garages?
blogger4464357 m ago

Does anyone have any experiences of buying a car with a credit card in …Does anyone have any experiences of buying a car with a credit card in full (to do this)? My experience of new car buying has nearly always been debit cards, CHAPs or cash. I'm guessing it could be done in certain garages?


A month or two back, I'm assuming most garages would have accepted a credit card payment but charged a few percent to cover the cost. However, they're not allowed to do that now, so I wonder if they would allow CC payments at all...
If you can get a couple of cards with a good clear limit on them, the best way would be to do a cash withdrawl on the expensive on, and then balance transfer to the cheap long term card to clear it off.
blogger446431 h, 35 m ago

Does anyone have any experiences of buying a car with a credit card in …Does anyone have any experiences of buying a car with a credit card in full (to do this)? My experience of new car buying has nearly always been debit cards, CHAPs or cash. I'm guessing it could be done in certain garages?


I suspect you'll find there's a charge for using a credit card.
Still more reliable than a Jaguar
qbs52 m ago

I suspect you'll find there's a charge for using a credit card.


If there is, it would be illegal, as the law on this recently changed.
M_z1 h, 39 m ago

If there is, it would be illegal, as the law on this recently changed.


Read the regulations and decide for yourself. In the past, I've not found it possible to use a credit card to pay for a car. I assume because the garage wouldn't be keen to absorb the costs (Merchant Service Charge) in a transaction of that size, which isn't unreasonable.
And, of course, there's a difference between a charge (my word) and a surcharge (your word).
I've used a credit card to pay for a car before without charge (only part payment annoyingly, I could have got a lot of points back!) On another note there are money transfer cards you could look into also (0% Apr for a few years in exchange for an upfront fee). Worth looking into as an option

Anyway, cold for me
Edited by: "EdinburghShop85" 20th Feb
bilbob17 h, 57 m ago

A month or two back, I'm assuming most garages would have accepted a …A month or two back, I'm assuming most garages would have accepted a credit card payment but charged a few percent to cover the cost. However, they're not allowed to do that now, so I wonder if they would allow CC payments at all...If you can get a couple of cards with a good clear limit on them, the best way would be to do a cash withdrawl on the expensive on, and then balance transfer to the cheap long term card to clear it off.


Many don't to avoid Section 75 litigation. CarGiant definitely doesn't.
good news!
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