419°
EXPIRED
Citroen C1 1.0 VTi Touch 3dr 24 month lease - £554 initial payment, £92.40 per month VAT Included @ Central UK Vehicle Leasing
Citroen C1 1.0 VTi Touch 3dr 24 month lease - £554 initial payment, £92.40 per month VAT Included @ Central UK Vehicle Leasing

Citroen C1 1.0 VTi Touch 3dr 24 month lease - £554 initial payment, £92.40 per month VAT Included @ Central UK Vehicle Leasing

Buy forBuy forBuy for£92.40
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
Brand new Citroen C1 based on a 24 month lease, £554.40 inc VAT initial payment then 23 payments of £92.40 inc VAT per month.

5000 miles per year, unsure of charge per extra mile.

On 8000 miles per year the deal is as follows

£575.92 inc VAT initial payment and then 23 payments of £95.99 Inc VAT per month

70 Comments

Just an FYI, this is for 5000 miles per annum. If you want more, the price starts to shoot up

Who says it will last for more than 5000 miles?

£2680 over two years, not sure this is that good a deal when you think how cheap they are to buy from a broker in the first place.

SpoonyBoy

Who says it will last for more than 5000 miles?



I'll say it. It will last for more than 5000 miles.

You only pay an additional £3.59 per month and £17.94 on the deposit for 8k per annum. That's a cheap car!!

10,000 miles per annum = £1253.08 initial payment, £208.85 per month VAT included. oO

Toyota vvti engine. Superb way to get a toyota for citroen money!

gpawan

Toyota vvti engine. Superb way to get a toyota for citroen money!



Right so Freelander 1 that used BMWs 2 ltr diesel is really a BMW not a Land Rover then?

happychappy

Right so Freelander 1 that used BMWs 2 ltr diesel is really a BMW not a … Right so Freelander 1 that used BMWs 2 ltr diesel is really a BMW not a Land Rover then?



No, that's a stupid analogy as they are different cars.

The Citroen C1, Peugeot 108 and Toyota Aygo are, however, all the same car.

markwillows

10,000 miles per annum = £1253.08 initial payment, £208.85 per month VAT i … 10,000 miles per annum = £1253.08 initial payment, £208.85 per month VAT included. oO


So if you are going to do 10k miles its cheaper to lease 2 cars at 5k each? Bizarre.

5dr deal would be nice, but citroen et al want to charge a fortune to cut a couple of holes.

Original Poster

jaydeeuk1

5dr deal would be nice, but citroen et al want to charge a fortune to cut … 5dr deal would be nice, but citroen et al want to charge a fortune to cut a couple of holes.



Here you are just for you! centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/veh…tml

Love the caveat at the bottom:

"Please be aware that prices may vary from those displayed"

Spiike

Here you are just for you! … Here you are just for you! http://www.centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/vehicle/choose_your_lease/64220/citroen/c1/10_vti_feel_5dr.html




Cheers. Just noticed that there is no air con?! Didn't know you could still buy a new car without it

Looking at a hyundai i10 as a cheap runabout, even the base model comes with it, and 5 doors.

happychappy

Right so Freelander 1 that used BMWs 2 ltr diesel is really a BMW not a … Right so Freelander 1 that used BMWs 2 ltr diesel is really a BMW not a Land Rover then?



When Freelander 1 was developed and came to market, 1994 to 1997 Rover Group and therefore LandRover were owned by BMW.

£2700 for a 2 year lease at only 5k/year mileage on a £8k RRP car doesn't seem like a good deal to me...

Original Poster

joedastudd

£2700 for a 2 year lease at only 5k/year mileage on a £8k RRP car doesn't … £2700 for a 2 year lease at only 5k/year mileage on a £8k RRP car doesn't seem like a good deal to me...



Or £2783 for 8k/ year mileage, probably the better option of the two, it's mentioned in the description

Would be a great car for my daughters first car. Is the deal the same or is there a Claus that they have to x amount of years driving

What is the advantage of buying on lease. I have a 7 year old diesel golf. Should I consider a lease for my next car doing 7000 miles a year?

Surely this deal for a limo is better? £977.64 initial and then £195.53pm on personal (plus VAT on both).

depends what you are using car for.

i only need to get to teh trai atation every day... 5k miles is fine for me... at the moment my bus pass costs 88 quid a month!

good deal for a pottering about car.

Banned

SpoonyBoy

You only pay an additional £3.59 per month and £17.94 on the deposit for 8 … You only pay an additional £3.59 per month and £17.94 on the deposit for 8k per annum. That's a cheap car!!



It is, unfortunately you are only paying to borrow it. Complete waste of money..

jaydeeuk1

Cheers. Just noticed that there is no air con?! Didn't know you could … Cheers. Just noticed that there is no air con?! Didn't know you could still buy a new car without it ;)Looking at a hyundai i10 as a cheap runabout, even the base model comes with it, and 5 doors.



Not sure if I have ever needed it in the UK but if you are planning a trip to Spain in it maybe.

Doesn't sound all that great to me.

£2771.60 for two years with nothing to show at the end.
Only an 8k car, sounds a lot to me.

Who pays to fix it if it breaks down? Does it come with insurance or do you have to get that separately? What happens if you have an accident?
Edited by: "shak" 24th Jul 2014

lolyehright

It is, unfortunately you are only paying to borrow it. Complete waste … It is, unfortunately you are only paying to borrow it. Complete waste of money..



Your wasting valuable internet space with your comments.

iAmLegendFam

Doesn't sound all that great to me.£2771.60 for two years with nothing to … Doesn't sound all that great to me.£2771.60 for two years with nothing to show at the end. Only an 8k car, sounds a lot to me.



I noted this earlier also.

Previously C1/107s have been available in basic spec for around £6k and at four years old they still sell for over £3k.

This is not a good deal at all.

shak

Who pays to fix it if it breaks down?


Citroen as it's under warranty.

shak

Does it come with insurance or do you have to get that separately?


Yes you need separate insurance, I'd also recommend GAP if you insurance doesn't do new for old.

shak

What happens if you have an accident?


The same as would happen if it was your own car, use the insurance, then GAP if it's written off.

melscott1

Would be a great car for my daughters first car. Is the deal the same or … Would be a great car for my daughters first car. Is the deal the same or is there a Claus that they have to x amount of years driving



Santa not included

What are the benefits of lease vs finance? I need a new family car as i have a baby on the way (so this one won't cut it) and i would like a newer model. but i have always bought cars out right 2nd hand.

SpoonyBoy

Who says it will last for more than 5000 miles?



It's French so when it gets to a red light it will surrender and fail to start. If you can avoid traffic lights you'll be ok.

iAmLegendFam

Doesn't sound all that great to me.£2771.60 for two years with nothing to … Doesn't sound all that great to me.£2771.60 for two years with nothing to show at the end. Only an 8k car, sounds a lot to me.



Two year old C1s sell for ~£4,500, so you might argue you've saved yourself £750...

The same argument could be applied to the £88 a month bus fare mentioned above - you've got nothing to show for after your £2112 over two years.

lolyehright

It is, unfortunately you are only paying to borrow it. Complete waste … It is, unfortunately you are only paying to borrow it. Complete waste of money..



What is the other option? Buy it new? - Will cost you more over 2 years as these do not hold their value well.
Taking buses and trains to work could cost you more than this.

Jetpac

What are the benefits of lease vs finance? I need a new family car as i … What are the benefits of lease vs finance? I need a new family car as i have a baby on the way (so this one won't cut it) and i would like a newer model. but i have always bought cars out right 2nd hand.



The biggest benefit is you get a brand new car with a warranty, for a minimal outlay up front.

The downside is you never actually own it but are responsible for looking after it. Also you are usually limited in the amount of mileage you can drive per year. So at the end of the contract you may have to pay additional fees for excess mileage and any damaged caused from supermarket trolleys and baby sick on the interior for example.

nomstar

What is the advantage of buying on lease. I have a 7 year old diesel … What is the advantage of buying on lease. I have a 7 year old diesel golf. Should I consider a lease for my next car doing 7000 miles a year?


Leases are generally for people who want a new car every year or so.
tbh if you plan on keeping the same car more then a few years (3+) its cheaper to buy it out right and resell it at a later date if you want a newer car.

melscott1

Would be a great car for my daughters first car. Is the deal the same or … Would be a great car for my daughters first car. Is the deal the same or is there a Claus that they have to x amount of years driving



Apart from when she bumps in to walls, scratches alloys etc, and then you'll have another £800 bill at the end of the lease.

Just filled out a form, the site seems a little basic but i've been after something around this £120 for 2 years. Fed up of having finance and having a worthless car at the end that breaks just after you've finished paying for it. Good deal if it comes off.

andrewfmills

The biggest benefit is you get a brand new car with a warranty, for a … The biggest benefit is you get a brand new car with a warranty, for a minimal outlay up front.The downside is you never actually own it but are responsible for looking after it. Also you are usually limited in the amount of mileage you can drive per year. So at the end of the contract you may have to pay additional fees for excess mileage and any damaged caused from supermarket trolleys and baby sick on the interior for example.



Get a reliable 2nd hand car, it will be a mess within 3 years due to the little one. When I say reliable I mean a make/model/engine that already has proven reliability.

melscott1

Would be a great car for my daughters first car. Is the deal the same or … Would be a great car for my daughters first car. Is the deal the same or is there a Claus that they have to x amount of years driving[quote=melscott1]Would be a great car for my daughters first car. Is the deal the same or is there a Claus that they have to x amount of years driving



A Santa Claus!? Do Rudolph, Vixen, Dasher and Dancer have to pull said vehicle, when it has hit the allocated yearly mileage to keep excess costs down!?

Edited by: "Foxy" 24th Jul 2014
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text