Citroën DS3 1.2 PureTech - 12 month lease, no deposit, 12 x 175.19 + 300 fee = £2,402.28 @ YesLease
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Citroën DS3 1.2 PureTech - 12 month lease, no deposit, 12 x 175.19 + 300 fee = £2,402.28 @ YesLease

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Found 10th Oct
Citroën DS3 1.2 PureTech

Petrol 1.2 PureTech 82 Connected Chic 3dr Personal Lease

12 Month Lease
10,000 Miles Per Year

NO DEPOSIT
FREE ROAD TAX

28 Comments

This seems pretty reasonable for the money. Heat given.

Decent mileage, which is good.

Prices have gone up in the last few years. This would have been a good price for 2 years when I got mine..

they had this on there for last few months. almost went for it but no cup holders. i know a silly thing to not choose a car but still i think i would miss having them.

Is there any maintenance to pay?

a2tmfk16 m ago

Is there any maintenance to pay?


Needs servicing every 12 months, so you'll need to pay for one service. Should be about £150 or so.

ollie8710 m ago

Needs servicing every 12 months, so you'll need to pay for one service. …Needs servicing every 12 months, so you'll need to pay for one service. Should be about £150 or so.

I think it's a 20000 mile interval and I know they usually also state "or yearly", but would you definitely have to have it services before returning it? As in is this usually part of the messing contact specifically?

Rickardo7 m ago

I think it's a 20000 mile interval and I know they usually also state "or …I think it's a 20000 mile interval and I know they usually also state "or yearly", but would you definitely have to have it services before returning it? As in is this usually part of the messing contact specifically?


Yeah that's how it works, either mileage or time, which ever comes up first. It's the same for pretty much every car made in the last 50 years or so.

Yes, you'd have to service is before returning.

I'm sure I've read in these comments before that people return them a week early to avoid having to do the last service?

Good price and heads up, but this car just screams CHAV.

antonio3691 h, 22 m ago

they had this on there for last few months. almost went for it but no cup …they had this on there for last few months. almost went for it but no cup holders. i know a silly thing to not choose a car but still i think i would miss having them.

Had one as a courtesy car for a day and I did think then that I wonder if I would be able to do without, long term.

pazuzu1728 m ago

Good price and heads up, but this car just screams CHAV.

In what way?

ollie8746 m ago

Yeah that's how it works, either mileage or time, which ever comes up …Yeah that's how it works, either mileage or time, which ever comes up first. It's the same for pretty much every car made in the last 50 years or so.Yes, you'd have to service is before returning.

I'm not sure that is for every modern car - pretty sure my current car's handbook (but can't check as wife has it) states 12500 miles with standard diving in normal conditions, but may reduce with more extreme conditions and so sooner service then required, but does not give a specific time period otherwise.

Rickardo5 m ago

I'm not sure that is for every modern car - pretty sure my current car's …I'm not sure that is for every modern car - pretty sure my current car's handbook (but can't check as wife has it) states 12500 miles with standard diving in normal conditions, but may reduce with more extreme conditions and so sooner service then required, but does not give a specific time period otherwise.


Re-read what I said then.

"It's the same for pretty much every car made..."

Where did I say all?

Gollywood8 m ago

In what way?


Probably the colour in the picture I'd imagine.

White is the chav colour of choice.

ollie8715 m ago

Re-read what I said then."It's the same for pretty much every car made..." …Re-read what I said then."It's the same for pretty much every car made..." Where did I say all?

Ok, no need to get snarky, I was expressing that I was not sure I agreed in general, with the emphasis of me not being sure. I should have said "I'm not sure that is for most modern cars", then and qualified my statement with the addition of my car being a Citreon (although not this DS).

In fact have found a DS forum claiming the service handbook states 20,000 miles or every 2 years for normal driving conditions (the actual service book seems hard to find). Therefore, unless the lease contract specifically states it must be serviced, it may not be needed after all.

Rickardo1 m ago

In fact have found a DS forum claiming the service handbook states 20,000 …In fact have found a DS forum claiming the service handbook states 20,000 miles or every 2 years for normal driving conditions (the actual service book seems hard to find). Therefore, unless the lease contract specifically states it must be serviced, it may not be needed after all.


That's out of date. Maintenance is required every two years for all models registered up to July 2012; later cars cut this to every 12 months.

ask some one with a DS3 to check their handbook, it will be at home or in the boot as it wont fit in the glovebox! WTF. its cheap so im thinking yeah just do it for a year but it has a fair few flaws which no other car has really

Superb deal. Personally wouldn't want to drive that car if someone paid me 175pm to do so, but if you're on a tight budget or really don't care about how you get from A to B, you can't possibly moan at this sort of value for money. 10k miles in a spanking new car for a paltry £175pm, brilliant all in all.

Anyone know the excess mileage charge for this out of curiosity, checked the deal on the website but couldn't spot it...
Edited by: "MrSweeney" 11th Oct

Forgot to mention this optional extra is a MUST for anyone taking this deal:

"Zebra" stickers on the roof + mats with "Zebra" overstitching £250.00

You really haven't lived until you've had Zebra stickers on your car roof....
Edited by: "MrSweeney" 11th Oct

MrSweeney34 m ago

Superb deal. Personally wouldn't want to drive that car if someone paid …Superb deal. Personally wouldn't want to drive that car if someone paid me 175pm to do so, but if you're on a tight budget or really don't care about how you get from A to B, you can't possibly moan at this sort of value for money. 10k miles in a spanking new car for a poultry £175pm, brilliant all in all.Anyone know the excess mileage charge for this out of curiosity, checked the deal on the website but couldn't spot it...



I know chickens could be used to pay for stuff in the middle ages ...

KeithD10 m ago

I know chickens could be used to pay for stuff in the middle ages ...



Lol. Looks like I had a "brain fart typo"... corrected.

Joshimitsu917 h, 54 m ago

I'm sure I've read in these comments before that people return them a week …I'm sure I've read in these comments before that people return them a week early to avoid having to do the last service?

Don't quite know if a week will cut it, but at least a month should do. I'm soon going to hand my car back a little early to avoid paying the 3rd service plus 1st MOT and I only have to pay 50% of the remaining rentals. I believe this is pretty standard fare...

noob Q: can my dad buy this and I drive the car as second driver ? Since I bad credit history. And I am certain they will do credit check which I am sure out of commission lol
Edited by: "sbutang" 15th Oct

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sbutang15th Oct

noob Q: can my dad buy this and I drive the car as second driver ? Since I …noob Q: can my dad buy this and I drive the car as second driver ? Since I bad credit history. And I am certain they will do credit check which I am sure out of commission lol

The finance and the driver can be completely different afaik

Ordered one as a cheapish 12 month nothing to worry about motor. Gets delivered on Tuesday.

Slow yes but well specced and comfortable town car.

Car delivered today. DS3 in black. lots of toys.
Drives ok, steering very light and very little torque but perfect town car for the money.
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