Drive a new Citroen C3 for one year for £167.99 per month - £300 documentation fees - £2258.28 @ Yes lease
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Drive a new Citroen C3 for one year for £167.99 per month - £300 documentation fees - £2258.28 @ Yes lease

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Found 19th Sep 2017
I was really frustrated when my ford fiesta (2002) caught fire while driving to Snowdonia and decided to buy a new car. The cheapest new car I buy would lose about £2200 in one year due to depreciation so decided to go for this lease from YES Lease which costs about the same if we take depreciation into account.

There is no initial huge deposit - only £300 documentation fees and 167.99 first month payment making total payment 167.99*12 + 300 = £2258.28

And you also get 10000 miles for the year which is enough for most people

I know lease is not the most popular thing, but I think this helped me and hopefully will help someone else as well, they still have 7 cars left.
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Heat depends on mileage allowed.
Tempted...
Nice deal....unusual to see a 12 month lease. Hot!
alright for some i spose, I dont get 2k worth out of a car lol
Mileage 10k, seems hot to me
0-60 13 secs...is that right? Otherwise I'd be tempted...not looking for something fast...but that seems really slow?
Is there any requirement / expectation for the hirer to pay for routine servicing during the minimum hire period, and if so: approx what cost? Thanks.
dotnetter17 m ago

0-60 13 secs...is that right? Otherwise I'd be tempted...not looking for …0-60 13 secs...is that right? Otherwise I'd be tempted...not looking for something fast...but that seems really slow?


Drove one of these as a rental car when I was on holidays. Great car in terms of tech and thought it look quite quirky too. Its terribly terribly slow though and if thats what is important to you then I wouldn't touch this car. Scared myself a few times trying to nip out of a junction.
been there for 2 months atleast, check that site every day. i prefer the ds3 deal but both good deals at 12 months. also pay a lil more and get the flair. top range version i believe
Nice. My deal on my C1 is coming to the end. Never gonna be able to get anything for £66 / month (10,000 miles/12months)
I'd want more than that to drive one of those for a year
Disco.Dave27 m ago

Nice. My deal on my C1 is coming to the end. Never gonna be able to get …Nice. My deal on my C1 is coming to the end. Never gonna be able to get anything for £66 / month (10,000 miles/12months)



LOL how/where did you manage to get that
Don't forget to keep a grand spare for the rip-off damage charges.
Might be pedantic, but your calcs are wrong. The total cost would be £2,315.88 based on the Flair model you are speaking of. The total cost of £2,258.28 you have shown is for on the Feel model. For the additional cost of £57.60 over the year, you actually get quite a lot more. Savvy.32032265-pgOdw.jpg
elbs16 m ago

LOL how/where did you manage to get that


Probably put a £2k deposit down!
If the new car you were looking at is going to lose 2k after a year and this cost over 2k for a year then surely buying is exactly the same or cheaper?
Thought it was a C1 at first - but just over £6 a day for a C3 seems pretty good to me.
fireman121 m ago

If the new car you were looking at is going to lose 2k after a year and …If the new car you were looking at is going to lose 2k after a year and this cost over 2k for a year then surely buying is exactly the same or cheaper?


Yes apart from when you hand back the lease you will need to pay the damages bill there and then covering such things as scratches (devon country lanes) whereas if owning you wont realise any loss of value until you sell. Also loss of value likely to be less than lease damage charges.
Edited by: "afroylnt" 19th Sep 2017
AndyRoyd1 h, 36 m ago

Is there any requirement / expectation for the hirer to pay for routine …Is there any requirement / expectation for the hirer to pay for routine servicing during the minimum hire period, and if so: approx what cost? Thanks.

It shouldn't need a service in the first 10k/ 1 year
Not bad, a car you can totally destroy over the duration of a year and use for taking things to the dump etc
Edited by: "red23" 19th Sep 2017
antonio3693 h, 52 m ago

been there for 2 months atleast, check that site every day. i prefer the …been there for 2 months atleast, check that site every day. i prefer the ds3 deal but both good deals at 12 months. also pay a lil more and get the flair. top range version i believe

Yup. I paid £7 more to get the flair. Looks great
DrRollo2 h, 21 m ago

It shouldn't need a service in the first 10k/ 1 year

I had a chat about it and it looks like before returning they expect me to get it serviced at least once if it is reaching the 10k miles mark.
plywood2 h, 58 m ago

Might be pedantic, but your calcs are wrong. The total cost would be …Might be pedantic, but your calcs are wrong. The total cost would be £2,315.88 based on the Flair model you are speaking of. The total cost of £2,258.28 you have shown is for on the Feel model. For the additional cost of £57.60 over the year, you actually get quite a lot more. Savvy.[Image]

You are right. I did end up getting the flair for £60 more and it looks like a great deal
Edited by: "vb90" 19th Sep 2017
kilmac3 h, 59 m ago

Drove one of these as a rental car when I was on holidays. Great car in …Drove one of these as a rental car when I was on holidays. Great car in terms of tech and thought it look quite quirky too. Its terribly terribly slow though and if thats what is important to you then I wouldn't touch this car. Scared myself a few times trying to nip out of a junction.

You are right. That is very slow. My only other choice was a smart car at this price Lol so i think i had to go with this.
afroylnt2 h, 29 m ago

Yes apart from when you hand back the lease you will need to pay the …Yes apart from when you hand back the lease you will need to pay the damages bill there and then covering such things as scratches (devon country lanes) whereas if owning you wont realise any loss of value until you sell. Also loss of value likely to be less than lease damage charges.

That is one thing I worry about. If there will be any charges in the end. It is covered by BVRLA which I read about on one of the similar deals and they seem to be quite relaxed with their rules. I will know in one year
elbs4 h, 8 m ago

LOL how/where did you manage to get that

It was a deal on this site
vb903 h, 20 m ago

I had a chat about it and it looks like before returning they expect me to …I had a chat about it and it looks like before returning they expect me to get it serviced at least once if it is reaching the 10k miles mark.

Strange, think it's a 18k 2 year service interval.
vb903 h, 30 m ago

I had a chat about it and it looks like before returning they expect me to …I had a chat about it and it looks like before returning they expect me to get it serviced at least once if it is reaching the 10k miles mark.

Bit wrong that. They can't exp ct you to service it if it's outside manufacturers guidelines. Unless of course the guidelines state sooner of 12 months or 10k miles.
Disco.Dave10 h, 40 m ago

It was a deal on this site

Yup, they collected my missus' C1 yesterday :(. Wont see a deal that good again.
loofer9 h, 28 m ago

Bit wrong that. They can't exp ct you to service it if it's outside …Bit wrong that. They can't exp ct you to service it if it's outside manufacturers guidelines. Unless of course the guidelines state sooner of 12 months or 10k miles.


Alright! I will have a chat with them again! You might have helped me save about £200. Their sales persons dont know a lot, but the admin does, so I will call them now
vb901 h, 48 m ago

Alright! I will have a chat with them again! You might have helped me save …Alright! I will have a chat with them again! You might have helped me save about £200. Their sales persons dont know a lot, but the admin does, so I will call them now


Best thing to do is ring a couple of citroen dealerships and ask to speak to the servicing dept. Tell them the model and engine and ask what the official servicing schedule is. May as well get a price for servicing whilst you're on phone.
Only colour that's no cost seems to be Almond Green.
Edited by: "vulcan903" 20th Sep 2017
mittromney20 h, 35 m ago

Heat depends on mileage allowed.



10,000miles as specified by the OP. Read it, Read it
I got the C4 Cactus from last year and its 12 months service or once it reaches certain mileage.
Slash20th Sep

I got the C4 Cactus from last year and its 12 months service or once it …I got the C4 Cactus from last year and its 12 months service or once it reaches certain mileage.


Do you remember what was the recommended mileage?
vb9022nd Sep

Do you remember what was the recommended mileage?


most likely 10k but not sure.
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