Cheap lease deal spotted if you require an Auto car! - Honda Jazz 1 x payment of 824.64 then 23 payments of £137.44 - £3985 @ What car
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Cheap lease deal spotted if you require an Auto car! - Honda Jazz 1 x payment of 824.64 then 23 payments of £137.44 - £3985 @ What car

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Found 24th FebEdited by:"Natlejack"
Cheap lease deal spotted if you need a cheap Auto car.
1 x payment of 824.64 then 23 payments of £137.44
total payment £3985
8k per annum

Road tax included
Breakdown cover included
No admin fees either!
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shane20107 m ago

Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do p …Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do people want to get into debt all the time its beyond me some stupid people about wanting to give their money away


It's non of your business for Pete sake.
shane201055 m ago

Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had …Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had 4 new tyres and 2 services so the hole old car thing is really a load of crap in my opinion i have saved thousands not paying a car payment and other people should do it, dont give your money away to the rich save it and be debt free like me


Now you've peeled the mask off your face. Leasing a new car means giving money to the rich? Tell that to the millions of workers whose livelihood depends on everyone prospering so they can treat themselves to a brand new car, which in turn keep working men and women employed so they can feed their families and contribute to society.
You are quite sad and miserable ain't you?
Nobody is arguing that you shouldn't buy and run a banger. Do what you want and be happy, let others do the same.
shane20102 m ago

Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do p …Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do people want to get into debt all the time its beyond me some stupid people about wanting to give their money away


New cars aren't going to run into problems anywhere near as much as used cars. Many reasons to lease.
shane20103 h, 11 m ago

I can't educate stupid but if you like giving your money away keep …I can't educate stupid but if you like giving your money away keep doing it


Seriously though. I don't want an old car, I like my cars. I don't spend money on alcohol or cigarettes. I don't gamble. I don't eat take aways. But I can't have a new car? Buying a new car is more often than not, more expensive than leasing. It's not difficult to work out really either.

If you really want we can sit through your outgoings each month and scrutinise what you waste your money on if you want? Oh no wait, that's none of my business. This isn't the place for you to force your beliefs on people, you should go to a church for that!
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Annual mileage?
There are a few Honda jazz deals on here at the moment have a search and compste
vulcan9039 m ago

Annual mileage?



Yearly Mileage: 8,000 mpa
Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do people want to get into debt all the time its beyond me some stupid people about wanting to give their money away
shane20102 m ago

Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do p …Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do people want to get into debt all the time its beyond me some stupid people about wanting to give their money away


New cars aren't going to run into problems anywhere near as much as used cars. Many reasons to lease.
shane20105 m ago

Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do p …Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do people want to get into debt all the time its beyond me some stupid people about wanting to give their money away


A very sensible suggestion, except that most people don't have the required mechanical knowledge to run a car that old and/or don't want something that someone else has owned/abused for 8+ years.
shane20107 m ago

Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do p …Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do people want to get into debt all the time its beyond me some stupid people about wanting to give their money away


It's non of your business for Pete sake.
There’s always someone who doesn’t understand how to make the most of their money
Edited by: "kpmatthews" 24th Feb
Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had 4 new tyres and 2 services so the hole old car thing is really a load of crap in my opinion i have saved thousands not paying a car payment and other people should do it, dont give your money away to the rich save it and be debt free like me
shane201018 m ago

Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do p …Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do people want to get into debt all the time its beyond me some stupid people about wanting to give their money away


why do people feel the need to come on to every lease deal and spout the same nonsense.

if its not for you, then scroll on by.
shane201011 m ago

Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had …Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had 4 new tyres and 2 services so the hole old car thing is really a load of crap in my opinion i have saved thousands not paying a car payment and other people should do it, dont give your money away to the rich save it and be debt free like me


Just out of curiosity what car did you have? And what car do you have now?
shane201055 m ago

Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had …Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had 4 new tyres and 2 services so the hole old car thing is really a load of crap in my opinion i have saved thousands not paying a car payment and other people should do it, dont give your money away to the rich save it and be debt free like me


Now you've peeled the mask off your face. Leasing a new car means giving money to the rich? Tell that to the millions of workers whose livelihood depends on everyone prospering so they can treat themselves to a brand new car, which in turn keep working men and women employed so they can feed their families and contribute to society.
You are quite sad and miserable ain't you?
Nobody is arguing that you shouldn't buy and run a banger. Do what you want and be happy, let others do the same.
Already posted
shane20102 h, 27 m ago

Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had …Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had 4 new tyres and 2 services so the hole old car thing is really a load of crap in my opinion i have saved thousands not paying a car payment and other people should do it, dont give your money away to the rich save it and be debt free like me


Hole?
shane20103 h, 10 m ago

Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do p …Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do people want to get into debt all the time its beyond me some stupid people about wanting to give their money away


You are right Shane or what they could do put that monthly towards buying a car 0% finance after 3 years sell at least you will get some money back...
aleemiqbal31524 m ago

You are right Shane or what they could do put that monthly towards buying …You are right Shane or what they could do put that monthly towards buying a car 0% finance after 3 years sell at least you will get some money back...


How much would you lose over those 3 years?
We are in a culture where you borrow money from rich business people and they charge you upto 10 times the amount you borrow. Then they say your being helped???
Honda jazz keep their value very well I have a 2009 one the price on buy it after a year is same not gone down. I strongly recommend these cars very reliable alot better than cheap European rubbish that always breaks down...
oqey3 h, 11 m ago

Now you've peeled the mask off your face. Leasing a new car means giving …Now you've peeled the mask off your face. Leasing a new car means giving money to the rich? Tell that to the millions of workers whose livelihood depends on everyone prospering so they can treat themselves to a brand new car, which in turn keep working men and women employed so they can feed their families and contribute to society.You are quite sad and miserable ain't you? Nobody is arguing that you shouldn't buy and run a banger. Do what you want and be happy, let others do the same.


LOL miserable far from it pal absoultly loving life debt free sounds like your unhappy and as for people buying cars they cant afford why the hell would you do that
Deedie4 h, 6 m ago

why do people feel the need to come on to every lease deal and spout the …why do people feel the need to come on to every lease deal and spout the same nonsense.if its not for you, then scroll on by.


if i save one person from by a car they cant afford i have done my job
shane20104 m ago

if i save one person from by a car they cant afford i have done my job


We ain't buying them, we lease them.
shane20104 h, 49 m ago

Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had …Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had 4 new tyres and 2 services so the hole old car thing is really a load of crap in my opinion i have saved thousands not paying a car payment and other people should do it, dont give your money away to the rich save it and be debt free like me


You were lucky or I was unlucky. I'd never only spend £1k again on a car unless I knew the person I was buying it from and had complete trust. I lost out considerably doing this as the car I bought ended up being a shed that had a ridiculous amount of issues. Couldn't afford to get a new car so slowly syphoned money in to it just keeping it on the road. A lease gives piece of minding knowing you can set a budget and stuck to it. Not everyone is as lucky as you, or possibly as unlucky as me so if paying that bit extra for a NEW hassle free car with piece of mind I'd happily lease in future.
shane20104 h, 55 m ago

Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had …Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had 4 new tyres and 2 services so the hole old car thing is really a load of crap in my opinion i have saved thousands not paying a car payment and other people should do it, dont give your money away to the rich save it and be debt free like me


Fair enough - what did you get for a grand?
shane20101 h, 13 m ago

if i save one person from by a car they cant afford i have done my job


Buy
shane20105 h, 41 m ago

Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had …Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had 4 new tyres and 2 services so the hole old car thing is really a load of crap in my opinion i have saved thousands not paying a car payment and other people should do it, dont give your money away to the rich save it and be debt free like me


Does yo mama always say life is like a box of chocolates?
Deedie5 h, 46 m ago

why do people feel the need to come on to every lease deal and spout the …why do people feel the need to come on to every lease deal and spout the same nonsense.if its not for you, then scroll on by.


To try to convince themselves they are smart.
Rusty8212 h, 42 m ago

Does yo mama always say life is like a box of chocolates?


I can't educate stupid but if you like giving your money away keep doing it
shane20103 h, 11 m ago

I can't educate stupid but if you like giving your money away keep …I can't educate stupid but if you like giving your money away keep doing it


Seriously though. I don't want an old car, I like my cars. I don't spend money on alcohol or cigarettes. I don't gamble. I don't eat take aways. But I can't have a new car? Buying a new car is more often than not, more expensive than leasing. It's not difficult to work out really either.

If you really want we can sit through your outgoings each month and scrutinise what you waste your money on if you want? Oh no wait, that's none of my business. This isn't the place for you to force your beliefs on people, you should go to a church for that!
I had a Jazz as a hire car a few months ago, I could not believe how much rear leg room there was - I am 6'1" and had the seat most the way back (if not all the way back) and the legroom behind was limousine like!

Other than limited boot space and coffin dodger styling, it was a great car, well specified too.
Decent deal for a decent car. Cheapest I could find elsewhere was £4,348 all in compared to £3,900 odd in the deal.
Rusty8225th Feb

Buying a new car is more often than not, more expensive than leasing. It's …Buying a new car is more often than not, more expensive than leasing. It's not difficult to work out really either.


I am curious - explain to me your equation for "not difficult to work out"?
Bertz9926th Feb

I am curious - explain to me your equation for "not difficult to work out"?


What is it you are unsure about, specifically?
Rusty8246 m ago

What is it you are unsure about, specifically?

How you cover, in your equation, the continuous model from the buyer perceptive compared to the discrete time scales with leasing?

i.e. how does it compare a situation where a buyer owns a car for 7 years (small KIA, 7 year warranty period, set 5 years servicing under £700 + 1 £99 indy garage)

This is of course set against the average first change of V5 is at 4 years including the largest segment of fleet coupled with leasing that is below that i.e. personal buyers average is far higher but also all dotted over the scale.

Have seen many comparisons on here where the lease time scale is applied to the buyer timescale albeit that could be considered more of a case of trying to convince oneself (almost in a religious sense) rather than really being like for like. Hence interested in your easy comparison for these differing models?

N.B. I am not anti leasing.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 26th Feb
Bertz9926th Feb

How you cover, in your equation, the continuous model from the buyer …How you cover, in your equation, the continuous model from the buyer perceptive compared to the discrete time scales with leasing?i.e. how does it compare a situation where a buyer owns a car for 7 years (small KIA, 7 year warranty period, set 5 years servicing under £700 + 1 £99 indy garage)This is of course set against the average first change of V5 is at 4 years including the largest segment of fleet coupled with leasing that is below that i.e. personal buyers average is far higher but also all dotted over the scale.Have seen many comparisons on here where the lease time scale is applied to the buyer timescale albeit that could be considered more of a case of trying to convince oneself (almost in a religious sense) rather than really being like for like. Hence interested in your easy comparison for these differing models?N.B. I am not anti leasing.


I honestly did read all of that, twice, but I don't really know what you are trying to say.

I compare buying a new car and selling it in two years time compared to a lease over the same period? That's it.

I have previously bought 3 or 4 cars brand new and sold at around the 2 year mark, every one of them was in negative equity, even when it was on 0% finance. You cannot buy a car and sell it within 2 years and not lose out due to depreciation. When you find a lease deal that is LESS than this depreciation when compared to buying then it makes sense to lease over buying.

I'll give you an example, the last car I bought was a second car and cost around £17k with 0% finance, but with less cost per month(and thus over term) I could have leased a £25k car for same miles. It cost me more to buy a cheaper car than lease a more expensive car(if you can find a good deal, which is usually easily achievable).
Rusty822 h, 1 m ago

I compare buying a new car and selling it in two years time compared to a …I compare buying a new car and selling it in two years time compared to a lease over the same period?


It is this that I am questioning. Take leasing out of the equation and how many buyers would buy a car precisely every 18, 24, 36 months.

Yourself, you state roughly you did every 2 years. Where as the change of first registration on average is 4 years from all cars.

So, for example of using the 4 year average change for a buyer (personal buyer I think is higher) they would have had 1 car compared to your 2. Their depreciation has slowed where as you have had two shiny cars at minimum compared to the average.

As I say not anti leasing I just wonder sometimes how many convince themselves on maths that they would never replicate in the first instance.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 27th Feb
shane201024th Feb

Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do p …Buy a car for £1000 and run that and save 23 payments of £137 why do people want to get into debt all the time its beyond me some stupid people about wanting to give their money away


Your first mistake, is judging other people on your own performance.

Just because you have a minimum wage/zero hours job, doesn’t mean everybody else also does. Just because all you can afford is a banger, doesn’t mean that’s all everybody can afford.

I’ve worked pretty hard and paid off my mortgage at 35, so after my pension, hobbies and anything else etc I’ve loads of money left over, so if I want a new car every two years it’s no problem. I’m sorry that you didn’t try hard enough or do well at school, maybe you could go back and redo your GCSEs or something?

The last used used car I had, I bought it at five years old (the car, not me). Despite having it checked over by two different mechanics, the engine blew after 9000 miles due to a fault with the high pressure fuel pump. After the repair cost, depreciation, maintenance, MoT, tax, etc, first year costs came in around £5500 - I could have leased a brand new car for that for three years and had zero worries.
TheMagnificentSpoon20 h, 0 m ago

Your first mistake, is judging other people on your own performance.Just …Your first mistake, is judging other people on your own performance.Just because you have a minimum wage/zero hours job, doesn’t mean everybody else also does. Just because all you can afford is a banger, doesn’t mean that’s all everybody can afford.I’ve worked pretty hard and paid off my mortgage at 35, so after my pension, hobbies and anything else etc I’ve loads of money left over, so if I want a new car every two years it’s no problem. I’m sorry that you didn’t try hard enough or do well at school, maybe you could go back and redo your GCSEs or something? The last used used car I had, I bought it at five years old (the car, not me). Despite having it checked over by two different mechanics, the engine blew after 9000 miles due to a fault with the high pressure fuel pump. After the repair cost, depreciation, maintenance, MoT, tax, etc, first year costs came in around £5500 - I could have leased a brand new car for that for three years and had zero worries.


1. you dont know me 2. don't get triggered 3.what dumb ass is going to lease a car im guesing the one who got triggered in this post
Great deal, voted hot and my vote put it over 100

After a deal like this to replace our Nissan Note, bit early for us as that goes back in 4 months. Just browsing for now
Edited by: "jazzist" 18th Mar
shane201024th Feb

Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had …Had a £1000 car for 2 years now 108000 miles nothing wrong with it its had 4 new tyres and 2 services so the hole old car thing is really a load of crap in my opinion i have saved thousands not paying a car payment and other people should do it, dont give your money away to the rich save it and be debt free like me


Rather not drive a banger thanks
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