Citroen C4 Cactus Hatchback 1.2 12 months at £2375.88  (£167.99pm + £360)10k miles @ Mad Sheep Leasing
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Citroen C4 Cactus Hatchback 1.2 12 months at £2375.88 (£167.99pm + £360)10k miles @ Mad Sheep Leasing

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Found 6th Dec 2017Edited by:"Evostance"
Looks to be a cracking deal for anyone after a cheap 12 month lease

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£167.99 Per Month, INC VAT
Rental Profile 1 + 11
Annual Mileage 10k Miles p/a
Initial Rental £0
Additional Fees £360.00
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    thedvdmonster40 m ago

    £2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will …£2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will still be worth nearly the same a year later and you can do unlimited miles.


    I see you posted deal for Ralph Lauren perfume recently. What are you doing wasting money on that nonsense? You could just hang a nice Forest Fresh Magic Tree air freshener around your neck for a quid and save a fortune.
    thedvdmonster27 m ago

    £2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will …£2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will still be worth nearly the same a year later and you can do unlimited miles.



    DING DING! We have a winner, folks!!

    Who had "used vs new" in the Lease Deal Raffle?
    thedvdmonster26 m ago

    £2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will …£2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will still be worth nearly the same a year later and you can do unlimited miles.




    And you risk hefty repair bills every day you use it. You are comparing apples with oranges here. Totally irrelevant argument...
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    Dont like the car but a good deal: 10K a year and no large upfront payment.


    Some will mark this down though, because you haven't put the total price in the title. ie (12 x 167.99) + 360. The admin fee is a rather disproportionately high on a cheap deal like this.
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    M_z1 m ago

    Dont like the car but a good deal: 10K a year and no large upfront …Dont like the car but a good deal: 10K a year and no large upfront payment. Some will mark this down though, because you haven't put the total price in the title. ie (12 x 167.99) + 360. The admin fee is a rather disproportionately high on a cheap deal like this.


    Not my cup of tea for the car either! I've updated the title anyway!
    We have had a cactus now for a couple of years (all black) and its been a brilliant car. Been all over the country in it and its a real pleasure to be in and superb on fuel can easily get 80mpg

    First I was not sure on looks (bumps mainly) but the all black is less in the face and after trying a Nissan Juke and qashqai and I normally buy Jap cars we tried the Cactus and it was like night and day..... plus the bumps have saved the door at least once when my sun whacked the door open so hard into a lamp post the car shook and not a mark on the door - brilliant
    Edited by: "The.Crew.Designs" 6th Dec 2017
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    The.Crew.Designs7 m ago

    We have had a cactus now for a couple of years (all black) and its been a …We have had a cactus now for a couple of years (all black) and its been a brilliant car. Been all over the country in it and its a real pleasure to be in and superb on fuel can easily get 80mpgFirst I was not sure on looks (bumps mainly) but the all black is less in the face and after trying a Nissan Juke and qashqai and I normally buy Jap cars we tried the Cactus and it was like night and day..... plus the bumps have saved the door at least once when my sun whacked the door open so hard into a lamp post the car shook and not a mark on the door - brilliant


    I have to ask...what are those panels? They look like plastic bubbles or material
    Edited by: "Evostance" 6th Dec 2017
    looks to be cheaper here, if its the same model

    hotukdeals.com/dea…353
    Edited by: "eslick" 6th Dec 2017
    Cracking car for c £200pm all in!
    £2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will still be worth nearly the same a year later and you can do unlimited miles.
    thedvdmonster26 m ago

    £2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will …£2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will still be worth nearly the same a year later and you can do unlimited miles.




    And you risk hefty repair bills every day you use it. You are comparing apples with oranges here. Totally irrelevant argument...
    thedvdmonster27 m ago

    £2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will …£2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will still be worth nearly the same a year later and you can do unlimited miles.



    DING DING! We have a winner, folks!!

    Who had "used vs new" in the Lease Deal Raffle?
    is that how much they pay me to be seen driving one ? Deal !
    thedvdmonster40 m ago

    £2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will …£2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will still be worth nearly the same a year later and you can do unlimited miles.


    I see you posted deal for Ralph Lauren perfume recently. What are you doing wasting money on that nonsense? You could just hang a nice Forest Fresh Magic Tree air freshener around your neck for a quid and save a fortune.
    Does anyone actually like that panelling?! Makes me wonder what the designers were thinking.
    You can’t beat the old Cactus
    cicobuff3 m ago

    Does anyone actually like that panelling?! Makes me wonder what the …Does anyone actually like that panelling?! Makes me wonder what the designers were thinking.


    They where thinking about cactus
    Runout model - less extreme looking one on its way. gets OK reviews though.
    I'm new to lease set up.
    When you give the car back and there's a stone chip or a small scrape on the alloy.... do you get a hefty bill to get it repaired or what happens?
    Is there any other hidden charges you might get?
    cicobuff18 m ago

    Does anyone actually like that panelling?! Makes me wonder what the …Does anyone actually like that panelling?! Makes me wonder what the designers were thinking.



    They're basically pockets of air - and surprisingly, they're pretty handy - doors less likely to be dinged, as they have some give etc - deliberate design, if not that appealing to look at. I think the ethos of this model was at least semi-rugged and whatnot.

    New Skoda Kodiak has a better door rim solution - where protectors fold out when the door opens and retract when it closes. A bit more elegant, if you like.
    Gkay1115 m ago

    They where thinking about cactus


    They were thinking about air pocket bumpers to protect the doors from what I read.
    cactusbrandy2 m ago

    They're basically pockets of air - and surprisingly, they're pretty handy …They're basically pockets of air - and surprisingly, they're pretty handy - doors less likely to be dinged, as they have some give etc - deliberate design, if not that appealing to look at. I think the ethos of this model was at least semi-rugged and whatnot.New Skoda Kodiak has a better door rim solution - where protectors fold out when the door opens and retract when it closes. A bit more elegant, if you like.


    Thanks, yeah I have been reading some reviews and found out that. I think the body design of the car is elegant enough and like the practicality idea of those air pockets but the design leaves a lot to be desired.
    cicobuff1 m ago

    Thanks, yeah I have been reading some reviews and found out that. I think …Thanks, yeah I have been reading some reviews and found out that. I think the body design of the car is elegant enough and like the practicality idea of those air pockets but the design leaves a lot to be desired.



    That's Citroen for you. Great ideas in concept, until they let the work experience boy have a go at final design.
    Joey.Bloggsy25 m ago

    I'm new to lease set up.When you give the car back and there's a stone …I'm new to lease set up.When you give the car back and there's a stone chip or a small scrape on the alloy.... do you get a hefty bill to get it repaired or what happens?Is there any other hidden charges you might get?


    You'll get a guide, essentially if it's a small (think 5p) sized dent or an alloy scuff under 1" or so, they can't charge you. Anything bigger, get fixed before you send it back
    thedvdmonster1 h, 23 m ago

    £2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will …£2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will still be worth nearly the same a year later and you can do unlimited miles.


    Oh dear. Time you've paid AA cover, Tax, Repairs etc.. you'll likely be over the £168 a month.
    Isn't the rental profile 1 + 11 therefore 12 x £167.99 which equals £2,015.88? Even cheaper than the thread says?

    Sorry, missed the fees
    Edited by: "deeky" 6th Dec 2017
    cactusbrandy1 h, 9 m ago

    DING DING! We have a winner, folks!! Who had "used vs new" in the Lease …DING DING! We have a winner, folks!! Who had "used vs new" in the Lease Deal Raffle?




    Damn it, I had "do I get to keep the car at the end of the lease"
    The.Crew.Designs2 h, 9 m ago

    when my sun


    To earn his pocket money, do you sent him out to the car and demand "Sun, shine on a rainy day!?

    What about at Sports Day, do you encourage him with a nice little ballad as he comes hurtling towards the line "Here comes the Sun!"

    And what about <some inappropriate joke about Yewtree and Nik Kershaw>

    I'll leave it there!
    I really like the look of it. I am not due to renew my lease for another 12 months, but if I were looking for a new one, I'd go for this.
    Banned
    High processing fee! Working out another £30 a month more if you spread it over the 12 months?
    badgerrules23 m ago

    Damn it, I had "do I get to keep the car at the end of the lease"



    I had "do I get my 'deposit' back at the end". Shame.
    thedvdmonster2 h, 51 m ago

    £2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will …£2.5k over a year that will get you a very decent runaround that will still be worth nearly the same a year later and you can do unlimited miles.


    So, what the hell has that comment got to do with if this is a good deal or not? You muppet. This isn’t for me but it’s still a good deal.
    Edited by: "220e" 6th Dec 2017
    The.Crew.Designs4 h, 53 m ago

    its a real pleasure to be in and superb on fuel can easily get 80mpg


    80mpg?
    I'm sorry but even a modern Diesel would struggle to get anywhere that economy.
    Maybe you meant 80 MPH
    Edited by: "paulandpam1" 6th Dec 2017
    paulandpam146 m ago

    80mpg? I'm sorry but even a modern Diesel would struggle to get anywhere …80mpg? I'm sorry but even a modern Diesel would struggle to get anywhere that economy.Maybe you meant 80 MPH




    OK to split hairs just looked through my app that goes with the car and a recent one for me was 72mpg (miles per gallon) and that was for 30 miles. But I know I have had better but cannot find it and some have even had better than 80mpg
    Had the 1.6 diesel for 2 years on lease at £150pm with £900 initial. Pretty good motor definitely recommend if efficiency is your thing and you like the looks. Seats have no lumbar support so get yourself some from eBay 😜
    Also to add, I averaged 45mpg over 6500 miles in the diesel. Official figures are 92mpg I think?

    90% inner London driving however
    Is this still available? The link doesn't seem to be working
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