Dacia Sandero Hatchback 1.0 SCe Access 5dr Lease deal 48 months £5829.47 Via WHATCAR
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Dacia Sandero Hatchback 1.0 SCe Access 5dr Lease deal 48 months £5829.47 Via WHATCAR

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Found 6th MarEdited by:"littel.helper"
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Initial payment £659.94. total £5829.47.
I know this will be probably go cold....Only 73BHP. Etc....
Hopefully may help someone.
Going for coldest deal ever.....
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Can you not just buy one outright for about another £100?
If you just take a few seconds to step back and put your prejudices and opinions about the car to one side, it’s a f🤬king terrible deal
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Can you not just buy one outright for about another £100?
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Dyslexic_Dog3 m ago

Can you not just buy one outright for about another £100?


If you have cash available, yes.
Don't see how this could be a deal. This is the price to buy one of these pieces of junk.
Dyslexic_Dog3 m ago

Can you not just buy one outright for about another £100?


That’s what I was thinking
If you just take a few seconds to step back and put your prejudices and opinions about the car to one side, it’s a f🤬king terrible deal
One of the worst deals I've ever seen on here. Take out a loan sell the car at the end and make 2k over this deal
hmm... buy the car new for £6k or rent it for 2 years for £5.8k? decisions decisions . At Least if I lease i won't have the hassle of selling it for £3k after the 48 months
Edited by: "TheDodger" 6th Mar
Doh
73bhp what is it? 1918?
.MUFC.2 m ago

73bhp what is it? 1918?


These cars are very nippy because the way that the engine is torqued up
cliosport651 m ago

These cars are very nippy because the way that the engine is torqued up


Shouldn't that be "talked up" .
I'm quite chuffed with my Duster to be honest. I needed it for driving up the dirt tracks where I live rather than parading round town like a bell-end, and it does the job well, and cheaply. Still though, this here is a terrible deal.
Edited by: "ThanksForThat" 6th Mar
We have two Stepways and love them
To be fair, without knowing the settlement figure it's kind of hard to judge this- if the settlement figure was only £100 then it would basically be an interest-free loan, which would be a pretty good deal.
cliosport651 h, 28 m ago

These cars are very nippy because the way that the engine is torqued up


14.2 seconds to 60! Are you seriously calling that nippy?
ThanksForThat14 m ago

To be fair, without knowing the settlement figure it's kind of hard to …To be fair, without knowing the settlement figure it's kind of hard to judge this- if the settlement figure was only £100 then it would basically be an interest-free loan, which would be a pretty good deal.


It's a lease. There is no option to buy the car.
andyb834 m ago

It's a lease. There is no option to buy the car.


Don't all leases have a buy-out option at the end? Every one I've ever done did.
Leases no, PCP yeah. Some leases may offer an option to buy at the end but it would be somewhere near the market value of the car. My Mrs leases her cars usually and I don't think she's ever been offered it at the end of the deal.
andyb831 h, 9 m ago

14.2 seconds to 60! Are you seriously calling that nippy?


Tbf that isn't that bad, if it was 1918 that is ;).
andyb832 h, 41 m ago

14.2 seconds to 60! Are you seriously calling that nippy?


It's not all about speed the lower gears and nippy, great for town driving
How can "nippy" not be about speed? Acceleration pretty much defines nippy.
Nippy p
andyb831 h, 9 m ago

How can "nippy" not be about speed? Acceleration pretty much defines nippy.


Nippy probably refers to the depreciation
loofer15 m ago

Nippy pNippy probably refers to the depreciation


No, it refers to the deal temp.
Edited by: "Rickardo" 6th Mar
andyb831 h, 24 m ago

How can "nippy" not be about speed? Acceleration pretty much defines nippy.


The 0 - 60 time is irrelevant for being nippy. It could be very fast 0-30 , then slower once in 4th/5th gear.
Many low powered cars are nippy as they are tuned for city driving.
Anyone out there got a picture of one after a crash....
simes34 m ago

The 0 - 60 time is irrelevant for being nippy. It could be very fast 0-30 …The 0 - 60 time is irrelevant for being nippy. It could be very fast 0-30 , then slower once in 4th/5th gear.Many low powered cars are nippy as they are tuned for city driving.


Depends on your definition of nippy I guess. If you're used to driving low powered, slow, poor handling cars I suppose you may find this nippy. Surely you don't believe this is "very fast" from 0-30?!
andyb832 h, 12 m ago

How can "nippy" not be about speed? Acceleration pretty much defines nippy.


A few years ago me and my mate had whatever cars, and there was only 0.5 seconds between them on the 0-60mph. His car had more BHP and was faster accelerating than mine, but he had to change up to 3rd gear to get to 60mph (it topped out at about 58mph as I recall) where as mine would make it in 2nd, hence the narrow margin. If the measure had been 0-50mph, he'd have been markedly faster. So you can't just go on 0-60mph times.
ThanksForThat7 m ago

A few years ago me and my mate had whatever cars, and there was only 0.5 …A few years ago me and my mate had whatever cars, and there was only 0.5 seconds between them on the 0-60mph. His car had more BHP and was faster accelerating than mine, but he had to change up to 3rd gear to get to 60mph (it topped out at about 58mph as I recall) where as mine would make it in 2nd, hence the narrow margin. If the measure had been 0-50mph, he'd have been markedly faster. So you can't just go on 0-60mph times.


Good point. I think it’s important to have a universal benchmark and 0-60 has worked well for a number of years.

But just like MPG, however, we need to move towards real life standards. People rarely do a 0-60 sprint. In gear acccelaration may be more apt
Edited by: "loofer" 6th Mar
healthandsafety6th Mar

Anyone out there got a picture of one after a crash....


Try driving one before you smash it to bits
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