Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Flair 5dr, personal lease, 24 months (3+23), 8 kpa, no admin fee, metallic paint, 118.04 per month all in, total £2832.96. @ Evans Halshaw
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Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Flair 5dr, personal lease, 24 months (3+23), 8 kpa, no admin fee, metallic paint, 118.04 per month all in, total £2832.96. @ Evans Halshaw

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Found 25th May 2016
Hi, this is my first deal, so please don’t be too harsh.
I have seen a few deals for Citroen C1 lately and this one is very similar to what I’ve got a while ago.
This is top of the range (without extras) from Citroen main dealer.
I had mine from Citroen London West a while back and all was done over the phone and e-mails, car was delivered on a flatbed truck to my house. Make sure when you call, ask for the fleet department, otherwise retail sales people will offer you PCP.
As they are main dealer they can source a car faster and will offer you a choice of colors. I wanted white hardtop originally, but needed to wait two months, in the end I got Smalt Blue AirScape for extra 6£ a month three weeks later. Cheapest insurance for me (second car, no NCD) was from Citroen Insurance.
This is 24 moths deal on the 3+23 payment plan

There are few others dealers you can choose from what car website
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Personal Contract Hire Prices (All prices include VAT)
Contract Length Yearly Mileage Excess Mileage Initial Payment Monthly Payment Get Quotation
24 months (3+23) 8,000mpa 0.06p / mile £326.88 £108.96 (Inc VAT)
24 months (3+23) 10,000mpa 0.06p / mile £341.58 £113.86 (Inc VAT)
36 months (3+35) 8,000mpa 0.06p / mile £410.31 £136.77 (Inc VAT)
36 months (3+35) 10,000mpa 0.06p / mile £423.96 £141.32 (Inc VAT)
24 months (6+23) 8,000mpa 0.06p / mile £582.78 £97.13 (Inc VAT)
24 months (6+23) 10,000mpa 0.06p / mile £605.52 £100.92 (Inc VAT)
36 months (6+35) 8,000mpa 0.06p / mile £754.02 £125.67 (Inc VAT)
36 months (6+35) 10,000mpa 0.06p / mile £779.10 £129.85 (Inc VAT)
4 seats, typical again! was in my budget
Rather take the cheaper 18mth deals posted on hukd
I understand that this is not the cheapest deal, but when I got my C1 the “cheapest” providers did not have a car for me (they suddenly run out of stock and were offering lesser spec for the same money).
I shared this, so someone who is serious about leasing C1 had more options to choose from.
ta, sent details on to someone who may like this deal ! nice one ! X
While not the cheapest C1 deal we've seen it is still super cheap. I'm considering one as a second car for around the city.

Heat added.

4 seats, typical again! was in my budget


If you need 5 seats check out the various Skoda fabia deals between £99 and £129 a month. They are personal lease plan - so a bit different than a normal lease in that at the end of the term you have a choice of handing the car back or paying a lump sum to buy the car. I was thinking of a C1 lease deal and this one in particular is great but I ended up getting the Fabia which I love.
"Hi, this is my first deal, so please don’t be too harsh."

Yeah yeah get on with it etc, first deal or not it has to be good, this seems good so voted HOT.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 26th May 2016
Hi, any link for such a deal? ta
Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon payment at the end. If you sell or trade tha car in & it makes more (unlikely) you keep the difference, if it makes less you pay the difference. PCP & PCH are less risk with a slightly higher payment.

Great price if the plan suits you though!
Less than 4 quid per day. Excellent deal.

Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon … Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon payment at the end. If you sell or trade tha car in & it makes more (unlikely) you keep the difference, if it makes less you pay the difference. PCP & PCH are less risk with a slightly higher payment. Great price if the plan suits you though!



Nope. That's not how a lease works. With a lease you hand the car back.

With PCP/PCH you have the option of a balloon payment, handing the car back, or trading it in.
Not really a deal in my opinion considering deals have been posted for £68 on here.

Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon … Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon payment at the end. If you sell or trade tha car in & it makes more (unlikely) you keep the difference, if it makes less you pay the difference. PCP & PCH are less risk with a slightly higher payment. Great price if the plan suits you though!



It's quite impressive to be that certain and that wrong at the same time.
Picking mine up tomorrow.
k7gixerboy

Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon … Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon payment at the end. If you sell or trade tha car in & it makes more (unlikely) you keep the difference, if it makes less you pay the difference. PCP & PCH are less risk with a slightly higher payment. Great price if the plan suits you though!



​What? I've seen you post this comment on a few lease deals.. Totally misinformed
k7gixerboy

Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon … Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon payment at the end. If you sell or trade tha car in & it makes more (unlikely) you keep the difference, if it makes less you pay the difference. PCP & PCH are less risk with a slightly higher payment. Great price if the plan suits you though!



Er... You don't know what you're talking about...

Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon … Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon payment at the end. If you sell or trade tha car in & it makes more (unlikely) you keep the difference, if it makes less you pay the difference. PCP & PCH are less risk with a slightly higher payment. Great price if the plan suits you though!



Will you please stop trolling each lease thread with incorrect information. You've been told you're wrong, if you carry on then I'd ask people to report your comments to the mods for trolling.

Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon … Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon payment at the end. If you sell or trade tha car in & it makes more (unlikely) you keep the difference, if it makes less you pay the difference. PCP & PCH are less risk with a slightly higher payment. Great price if the plan suits you though!


Repeating this does not suddenly make it true!
This was posted 10 months ago and explains personal leasing in details.
link
Edited by: "dealster216" 26th May 2016

Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon … Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon payment at the end. If you sell or trade tha car in & it makes more (unlikely) you keep the difference, if it makes less you pay the difference. PCP & PCH are less risk with a slightly higher payment. Great price if the plan suits you though!



You really should not be trying to sell a car that is not yours to sell!
I had a mate drive me around in one of these and it's surprisingly nimble for a 3-cylinder setup. It's not a BMW i8, but certainly handles it well around the bends.

I had a mate drive me around in one of these and it's surprisingly nimble … I had a mate drive me around in one of these and it's surprisingly nimble for a 3-cylinder setup. It's not a BMW i8, but certainly handles it well around the bends.



It's all in the gearing and power to weight really. It's set up for city/town usage.

You're not gonna be touring europe in it.
Edited by: "ollie87" 26th May 2016

Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon … Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon payment at the end. If you sell or trade tha car in & it makes more (unlikely) you keep the difference, if it makes less you pay the difference. PCP & PCH are less risk with a slightly higher payment. Great price if the plan suits you though!



I can't see mention of a balloon in the specs?

PS Stop telling porkies.

Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon … Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon payment at the end.



https://i.imgur.com/I6fzq73.jpg

It's all in the gearing and power to weight really. It's set up for … It's all in the gearing and power to weight really. It's set up for city/town usage.You're not gonna be touring europe in it.



Well not with only 8k per year mileage allowance!

Our C1 took an epic journey to Southern Spain in 2008. Driving was no issue. Lack of aircon was more of an issue.
It's also been snowboarding to the Italian Alps.
It has now retired from anything more than driving me to work. (Still 66 miles a day)

Got a pretty similar deal last month and received my C1 last week. Absolutely love it. Great little car.

I can't see mention of a balloon in the specs? PS Stop telling porkies.



If it's a lease there's a balloon payment you're responsible for - fact!

If contract hire the vehicle goes back, no choice in that.

Seriously, I hope you're a cash or HP customer, or are friends with a silicitor!

If it's a lease there's a balloon payment you're responsible for - … If it's a lease there's a balloon payment you're responsible for - fact!If contract hire the vehicle goes back, no choice in that. Seriously, I hope you're a cash or HP customer, or are friends with a silicitor!



You're confusing a personal lease with PCP. Don't worry easy mistake to make.
k7gixerboy

If it's a lease there's a balloon payment you're responsible for - … If it's a lease there's a balloon payment you're responsible for - fact!If contract hire the vehicle goes back, no choice in that. Seriously, I hope you're a cash or HP customer, or are friends with a silicitor!



​Wow
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