Citroen DS3 Dstyle BlueHDI Nav Lease Deal - 10k miles, 14 months, 83mpg - £83.95pm with £1200 deposit inc. VAT @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Citroen DS3 Dstyle BlueHDI Nav Lease Deal - 10k miles, 14 months, 83mpg - £83.95pm with £1200 deposit inc. VAT @ National Vehicle Solutions

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Found 30th Nov 2015
Total cost of £2491 including VAT for 14 months for 10k miles per year (11,667 total) seems like a great deal.

Different choice of colours available.

Initial rental can be adjusted to suit needs and is fair in that it doesn't cost much more at all if you want to put down small amount. E.g. 3 months initial rental of £435inc. VAT then £145.78 a month. Total cost inc. admin fee is £2524, only £33 more in total.

Car comes with:

Navigation system
Air conditioning
Reverse parking aid
Cruise control

Fuel Consumption - 83.1 mpg
CO2 Emissions - 87g/km
Free road tax

Never been a huge fan of french fans however according to the highly rated reviews I've read Citroen seem to have made these a cut above the rest of their lineup, and with a list price of £17.6k I'm sure this would depreciate a hell of a lot more than 2.5k in 14 months.

Savvy buy if you want to cut down on fuel/tax/maintenance costs and also pretty cheap to insure, or need a nice car for just over a year.

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£2491 / 14 months = £177.92 per month.

£13,500 via a broker, only the clinically insane pay list for Citroen.

As for 14 months, could be awkard with insurance.

it's a shame that they're only four seaters

Original Poster

siadwel

£2491 / 14 months = £177.92 per month.



Yes when calculated including the initial rental and deposit

Original Poster

oddballjamie

£13,500 via a broker, only the clinically insane pay list for Citroen.As … £13,500 via a broker, only the clinically insane pay list for Citroen.As for 14 months, could be awkard with insurance.



Never had a problem changing cars with my insurance but yes, small hassle. Really, almost 25% off? On the used market they are more than that with 10k miles on them.. Still yes, I doubt list price would be paid.

siadwel

£2491 / 14 months = £177.92 per month.


Not having a go, but why do people do this calculation? If I could spread the cost of the initial rental and admin fee across the contract term then it would be ok. But these are still costs the buyer has to pay upfront and seems pointless displaying like this. Just my 2 pennies

twmbo

Not having a go, but why do people do this calculation? If I could spread … Not having a go, but why do people do this calculation? If I could spread the cost of the initial rental and admin fee across the contract term then it would be ok. But these are still costs the buyer has to pay upfront and seems pointless displaying like this. Just my 2 pennies


It just makes it easier for us to understand what the monthly value would be (even if not actually paying that amount), there's been other deals on here for a car that looks great, £25 a month, but a 3K deposit, so really its not £25 a month (in real terms), it just helps understand the monthly value, especially comparing one deal to the other. I guess it depends how your mind works in terms of budgeting etc.

I'm fine with just knowing the total cost and dividing it by the number of months...

creatz

Never had a problem changing cars with my insurance but yes, small … Never had a problem changing cars with my insurance but yes, small hassle. Really, almost 25% off? On the used market they are more than that with 10k miles on them.. Still yes, I doubt list price would be paid.


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If you can live without satnav take anoter £750 off.

Problem is you are looking at the inflated used price allowing for negotiation and possible trade in value.

Citroen have always been in the clouds with their list price, same as Vauxhall. It's kept high to subsidise partner discounts and '0%' finance periods.

BTW changing cars/addresses inbetween 12 month periods can be a **** with admin fees and whatever else they shove on. Sometimes best to cancel and start another with someone else.

Edited by: "oddballjamie" 1st Dec 2015

twmbo

Not having a go, but why do people do this calculation? If I could spread … Not having a go, but why do people do this calculation? If I could spread the cost of the initial rental and admin fee across the contract term then it would be ok. But these are still costs the buyer has to pay upfront and seems pointless displaying like this. Just my 2 pennies




No problem, just showing people what it actually costs per month that's all.

Now how about using your two pennies to start putting a deal or two on this site ?

I presume that is why you joined.
Edited by: "siadwel" 2nd Dec 2015
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