Fiat 500X Crossover 1.6 MultiJet Cross Fully Maintained 24 Month Lease deal, 8K mpa, £137.94 PCM, Initial £827.64 at gateway2lease
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Fiat 500X Crossover 1.6 MultiJet Cross Fully Maintained 24 Month Lease deal, 8K mpa, £137.94 PCM, Initial £827.64 at gateway2lease

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Found 1st Nov 2015
Cheap fully maintained lease deal at G2L, includes all services, tyre replacements, brake replacements (and, being a fiat, engine replacements lol) etc etc

Funky looking crossover vehicle that was only released this year (remember the Viagra-in-the-tank advert). Seems cheap enough and interior actually looks decent!

Mid-range model so decent equipment (half leather, parking sensors etc).

Stock Vehicles so delivery within 3-4 weeks. RRP of this is unbelievably £20k

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Original Poster

andykapa


Haha the eyelashes best be included in this deal......

Ok not my type of car but seeing as this is a fully maintained deal I can't see how anyone could call it a bad deal.

I think it's really good deal. I assume cold votes from people that don't like the car/brand?

As used by The Pope in his recent visit to USA. Its a the normal 500 on steroids.

seems a decent deal at a glance but are you paying a premium for the fully maintained part, when in reality you are probably only going to require 1 service in the 2 years from new doing 8k miles a year.

This is a good deal. I work for a company that offers employees a salary sacrifice lease scheme. The scheme is all inclusive - servicing, tyres, insurance etc. This would probably cost over 300 a month on the scheme. This is very reasonable.

Original Poster

Interior;

http://s2.paultan.org/image/2014/10/Paris-2014-Fiat-500X-9.jpg

Looks like a decent deal if only the mileage was a bit higher.

I quite like the look of this.

The front of the car look ugly...... but interior is nice.

4K for Fiat over 2 years? Im out!

Ralph888

As used by The Pope in his recent visit to USA. Its a the normal 500 on … As used by The Pope in his recent visit to USA. Its a the normal 500 on steroids.



Nope, it was the 500L that the Pope used.

Elkay

I won't vote cold as I don't know the full specs of the vehicle, but you can get a Fiat Panda with fairly decent spec for 30% less the amounting this inc maintenance with 10k miles...

I know where my money is..

your kids will vomit before you drive off

Original Poster

doggboy10

seems a decent deal at a glance but are you paying a premium for the … seems a decent deal at a glance but are you paying a premium for the fully maintained part, when in reality you are probably only going to require 1 service in the 2 years from new doing 8k miles a year.


Over 16k, I would estimate (depending on type of usage obviously) probably 1 service, 1 set of tyres and 1 set of brake pads....that would maybe be a cost of circa £700 over the term if done at dealer at a guess....a reasonable saving in my opinion.

krishman

Over 16k, I would estimate (depending on type of usage obviously) … Over 16k, I would estimate (depending on type of usage obviously) probably 1 service, 1 set of tyres and 1 set of brake pads....that would maybe be a cost of circa £700 over the term if done at dealer at a guess....a reasonable saving in my opinion.



If you are going through brake pads in £16k you have serious issues!

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markymark34

If you are going through brake pads in £16k you have serious issues!



I have never paid £16k for brake pads......

Looks like it's gone, now I can only find the same deal excluding maintenance for £132 pcm

Horrible looking car but great deal with maintainance. I won't vote either way!
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