Citroen C1 Lease, 18months, 10k miles pa, £68.54pm with £616.90 deposit - Total £1782.08 @ VehiclesForBusiness
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Citroen C1 Lease, 18months, 10k miles pa, £68.54pm with £616.90 deposit - Total £1782.08 @ VehiclesForBusiness

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Found 17th May 2016
Good deal on a Citroen C1 Lease with Vehicles for Business.

£68.54 a month with £616.90 deposit (both inc VAT).
10k miles per year.

Available without deposit too putting the monthly price up to £96 keeping the overall total cost about the same

****** PLUS £360 Processing Fee *******
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deleted494932
Brand new car for ~£3 per day? Good deal
Do you keep the car or have to give it back? Seems a lot of money if you don't get anything at the end.
Plus £360 admin fee.
nitro228

Do you keep the car or have to give it back? Seems a lot of money if you … Do you keep the car or have to give it back? Seems a lot of money if you don't get anything at the end.



There's always one
donslibi

There's always one



I think he was probably joshing.
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nitro228

Do you keep the car or have to give it back? Seems a lot of money if you … Do you keep the car or have to give it back? Seems a lot of money if you don't get anything at the end.


I'm no expert but I would imagine a car would depreciate in value more than that deal costs over 18 months.... possibly?
I dunno seems a steal to me
qwerta369

I think he was probably joshing.



Don't you mean 'joking'?
Red Devil

Don't you mean 'joking'?



No, quite happy with joshing.
Not bad at all for a personal lease - heat
I'm just coming up to the end of a 1 year lease on a C1 (about the same cost as this)...
It's a good A to B city car with plenty of driver room (I'm 6'2") and some good tech on board but the engine is quite underpowered on hills & motorways and it's not very comfortable for long journeys.
You can't go wrong for this money but I'm going to pay a little bit more for my next lease.
wenttoabetterplace

Brand new car for ~£3 per day? Good deal



£3.38
Caught the tail end of an ad on the radio for a C1 which included free insurance.

But missed who the lease was with.

Any idea who they are?
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£3.38



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wenttoabetterplace

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I know
qwerta369

No, quite happy with joshing.



Just joshing chief.
BubaMan

Not bad at all for a personal lease - heat :)I'm just coming up to the … Not bad at all for a personal lease - heat :)I'm just coming up to the end of a 1 year lease on a C1 (about the same cost as this)... It's a good A to B city car with plenty of driver room (I'm 6'2") and some good tech on board but the engine is quite underpowered on hills & motorways and it's not very comfortable for long journeys. You can't go wrong for this money but I'm going to pay a little bit more for my next lease.



I think I probably got the exact same deal as you last year - mine goes back in 3 weeks. It's been ideal for me as a car to take me to the train station and back each day, gets in to tiny spaces, averages 50mpg over the year mainly short journeys. Done a trip to Sheffield and the Cotswolds in it - it didn't feel too safe on the motorway with crosswinds. It seats 4 reasonably comfortably for a small car however the power drop is amazing fully laden. The tech is great - DAB is superb, hands free phone and the aircon is fine. Reversing camera is a pain so I've put some black eletrical tape over the camera. Steering wheel feels nice on the Flair too. I'm tempted to get one of these ordered tomorrow - under £120 a month with no road tax, cheap insurance and good MPG's. Cheers OP.
Gollywood

Caught the tail end of an ad on the radio for a C1 which included free … Caught the tail end of an ad on the radio for a C1 which included free insurance.But missed who the lease was with. Any idea who they are?


would be interested in that
meem

would be interested in that



​Trust me to miss the start of the ad!!
wonder how many gears this has?
Shirley the £360 processing fee has to be added to the total? That would make it £2142.08 or £119 per month
4 seats. no thanks, it's a blooming 5dr otherwise I would have thought about it
f1benny

Shirley the £360 processing fee has to be added to the total? That would … Shirley the £360 processing fee has to be added to the total? That would make it £2142.08 or £119 per month


Why you asking Shirley -
sofiasar

4 seats. no thanks, it's a blooming 5dr otherwise I would have thought … 4 seats. no thanks, it's a blooming 5dr otherwise I would have thought about it



​You'll still try to fit 8 people in it though
nitro228

Do you keep the car or have to give it back? Seems a lot of money if you … Do you keep the car or have to give it back? Seems a lot of money if you don't get anything at the end.



​Here we go..... lol
doesn't seem any money for something that's under warranty no break down worries and no back street garages to deal with ,no mot's do I need to go on
Red Devil

I think I probably got the exact same deal as you last year - mine goes … I think I probably got the exact same deal as you last year - mine goes back in 3 weeks. It's been ideal for me as a car to take me to the train station and back each day, gets in to tiny spaces, averages 50mpg over the year mainly short journeys. Done a trip to Sheffield and the Cotswolds in it - it didn't feel too safe on the motorway with crosswinds. It seats 4 reasonably comfortably for a small car however the power drop is amazing fully laden. The tech is great - DAB is superb, hands free phone and the aircon is fine. Reversing camera is a pain so I've put some black eletrical tape over the camera. Steering wheel feels nice on the Flair too. I'm tempted to get one of these ordered tomorrow - under £120 a month with no road tax, cheap insurance and good MPG's. Cheers OP.



​I'd check on the free Road tax. The law changes early 2017. The government didn't expect that the public would buy so many economical low emission cars. So now that they have realised that there is such a large loss in revenue to plug from people paying little or no Road tax because they have new shiny cars.... They now think that everybody should pay some Road tax regardless of emissions level. It might not effect cars straight away but it will in 2017.
aljack

​I'd check on the free Road tax. The law changes early 2017. The g … ​I'd check on the free Road tax. The law changes early 2017. The government didn't expect that the public would buy so many economical low emission cars. So now that they have realised that there is such a large loss in revenue to plug from people paying little or no Road tax because they have new shiny cars.... They now think that everybody should pay some Road tax regardless of emissions level. It might not effect cars straight away but it will in 2017.



gov.uk/gov…uty

Cars producing zero emissions will not pay tax but everything else will pay. Changes on new cars April 2017.
I've read the 1.0 of these is understandably pokey, but this lease is for a 1.2 which, whilst still small, is plenty nippy enough.
Looking for a small run around on a lease to tie me over for a year but finding it hard to get a 12 month one anywhere - anyone know of any websites?
Can I get my head around how this works.

Pay an initial £616.90 deposit (£616.90)

Then pay £68.54pm for 18 months (£1233.72)

= Total £1,782.08

So the maximum outlay over 18 months is: £1782.08?? No more (apart from insurance)??


Edited by: "Gollywood" 17th May 2016
So a brand new car costs the same as a mobile phone tariff monthly payment ? What a time to be alive !
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aljack

​I'd check on the free Road tax. The law changes early 2017. The g … ​I'd check on the free Road tax. The law changes early 2017. The government didn't expect that the public would buy so many economical low emission cars. So now that they have realised that there is such a large loss in revenue to plug from people paying little or no Road tax because they have new shiny cars.... They now think that everybody should pay some Road tax regardless of emissions level. It might not effect cars straight away but it will in 2017.


Apparently every car owner will have to pay £145 flat fee next year, so a friend of mine in the car industry tells me.
Had the Flair edition delivered today and fallen in love with it already. Great little car for my needs. I'm paying £105 a month with 6 months initial rental (8k annum, 2 year lease).
smilerstradwick

Looking for a small run around on a lease to tie me over for a year but … Looking for a small run around on a lease to tie me over for a year but finding it hard to get a 12 month one anywhere - anyone know of any websites?


google.co.uk
nitro228

Do you keep the car or have to give it back? Seems a lot of money if you … Do you keep the car or have to give it back? Seems a lot of money if you don't get anything at the end.


It's much the same as most things in life. The interest part of your mortgage or rent - After the use of your accommodation you don't end up with anything. After going to the cinema you don't get a copy of the film. You are paying for the use of a new car. And for the cost of 1 costa coffee a day, I'd say it's a great deal.
Edited by: "jambone" 18th May 2016
JusticeForThe96

Apparently every car owner will have to pay £145 flat fee next year, so a … Apparently every car owner will have to pay £145 flat fee next year, so a friend of mine in the car industry tells me.



£140 minimum. More in first year for new cars over 111g/CO2/km
Edited by: "YouDontWantToKnow" 18th May 2016
YouDontWantToKnow

£140 minimum. More in first year for new cars over 111g/CO2/km



Chancellor George Osborne's tax hike is expected to raise billions for the Treasury, with higher first year rates for all new cars and a flat rate of £140 thereafter, regardless of emissions. Only zero-emissions models will be exempt, while cars with a list price of more than £40,000 will be charged a £310 supplement.

autoexpress.co.uk/car…tax
what's the boot space like in this? thinking of getting this for the wife but will need to have room for a pram
watson44

Chancellor George Osborne's tax hike is expected to raise billions for … Chancellor George Osborne's tax hike is expected to raise billions for the Treasury, with higher first year rates for all new cars and a flat rate of £140 thereafter, regardless of emissions. Only zero-emissions models will be exempt, while cars with a list price of more than £40,000 will be charged a £310 supplement. http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-news/consumer-news/88361/tax-disc-changes-everything-you-need-to-know-about-uk-road-tax



Ouch, mine is £30 at the moment
aljack

​I'd check on the free Road tax. The law changes early 2017. The g … ​I'd check on the free Road tax. The law changes early 2017. The government didn't expect that the public would buy so many economical low emission cars. So now that they have realised that there is such a large loss in revenue to plug from people paying little or no Road tax because they have new shiny cars.... They now think that everybody should pay some Road tax regardless of emissions level. It might not effect cars straight away but it will in 2017.



Road tax is included in my lease, and was in every lease I looked at.
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