Contract-Hire/Mitsubishi-Outlander-GX4h-PHEV-4x4-auto [ 6 month lease/rent  - 12000 miles/6months] no advance payments £400+ vat /month FLEXXiLease
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Contract-Hire/Mitsubishi-Outlander-GX4h-PHEV-4x4-auto [ 6 month lease/rent - 12000 miles/6months] no advance payments £400+ vat /month FLEXXiLease

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Found 14th Jul 2016
I was looking for some short term deal and Mitsubishi showroom offered me the shortest 30 months to match mu budget also they asked me 7 payments in advance. I came across this online and it sounded too good to be true but now I am actually enjoying the drive. Loving it.

deal is

6 month rent/lease agreement
400+VAT = £480 per month
no advance payment
but £480 refundable deposit.
here is the most amazing thing 12000 miles over 6 months.
[2000 miles per month] if you still manage to drive 12000 miles over 6 months then you pay excess mileage £0.30 per mile.
all you have to get your own insurance.
I added into admiral multi car - everyone can check their own.
I had to go and collect the car from local Mitsubishi dealer though

there is no option to keep the car at the end. so it has to be returned after 6 months.
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I'm not sure I see the point of having a car for just 6 months considering that's the steepest point in the depreciation curve and the inconvenience of having to find a replacement deal afterwards. At least with a year or 18month deals it averages out the depreciation a bit more and also gives you a reasonable time frame with the car. Outside of waiting to get into another car it seems rather pointless and expensive as this is getting towards hire car money renting a hire car for a month at a time (OK no guarantee of model but I'm merely making a comparison).
Edited by: "Astec123" 14th Jul 2016
Cold just for bumping all the lease adds with your deal
wozukSilencer

Cold just for bumping all the lease adds with your deal



just posted so it might be helpful for someone.
Astec123

I'm not sure I see the point of having a car for just 6 months … I'm not sure I see the point of having a car for just 6 months considering that's the steepest point in the depreciation curve and the inconvenience of having to find a replacement deal afterwards. At least with a year or 18month deals it averages out the depreciation a bit more and also gives you a reasonable time frame with the car.




some people might want to have the new car after 6 months. everyone is different.
kazimierzkozlowski1

just posted so it might be helpful for someone.


Sorry but it's annoying , if everyone did that everytime they posted a cola cola deal , what would scrolling through discussed look like ?
kazimierzkozlowski1

some people might want to have the new car after 6 months. everyone is … some people might want to have the new car after 6 months. everyone is different.



Considering that you can get a host of options like, premium sports cars Jaguar F type etc, premium 4x4s Audi Q7 3litre quattros and various other options with insane trim levels for this sort of money, I think I'd rather pick an 18 month deal rather than fanny about with having to find a decent replacement deal every 6 months. In actual fact you're more likely going to need to start looking after 3 months with many deals needing 12weeks or so of lead time (possibly even sooner than that as you'd need to find your next deal before the cut off date for the car to be build/delivered. That's a seriously big headache for what is just a car with the last number plate version and I'm saying this as a petrol head.

While I appreciate horses for courses and that, this is more than niche, it's need to get priorities looked at in my mind. This is a non deal and expect to get very very cold.
Mitsubishi Outlander drivers: rapid charging etiquette is to charge to 80% or for 30 minutes then please vacate the charger for the next person. Please don't leave the car plugged in, walk away and forget about it. Charging points are charging points. They're not parking spaces.

Sorry to tar you all with the same brush but it's nearly always the Mitsubishi Outlanders who are guilty of this.

Yours, a Leaf and Zoe driver.
not too bad. ideal for someone who will make use of the 2k PM mileage allowance.
qwerta369

Mitsubishi Outlander drivers: rapid charging etiquette is to charge to … Mitsubishi Outlander drivers: rapid charging etiquette is to charge to 80% or for 30 minutes then please vacate the charger for the next person. Please don't leave the car plugged in, walk away and forget about it. Charging points are charging points. They're not parking spaces.Sorry to tar you all with the same brush but it's nearly always the Mitsubishi Outlanders who are guilty of this. Yours, a Leaf and Zoe driver.



Also gutted ecotricity have started charging at service stations but it might help stop the above you mention (if say it charges more if you hook up for considerably longer)
Not bad for people who need to effectively rent a car for 6 months. I.e me, who is out of the country for 6 months a year. Heat added
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