Fiat Abarth 595 1.4 T-Jet 2 year lease £154.46 per month 8000mpa (£1390.40 initial / 0 fees / £154.46pm) 4942.72 @ Silverstone Fleet
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Fiat Abarth 595 1.4 T-Jet 2 year lease £154.46 per month 8000mpa (£1390.40 initial / 0 fees / £154.46pm) 4942.72 @ Silverstone Fleet

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Found 25th Apr
Thought this was a decent price for a 2 year lease of this zippy little machine! Don't let the 1.4 petrol engine fool you, these little Fiats have plenty of poke for their side, 145bhp with a combined mpg of 42.8!

Car is in stock and ready for delivery so no waiting about! Delivery included, as well as warranty and breakdown cover, so just get in and drive!



£1390.14 Initial Rental

No Fees

23 monthly payments £154.46 = £3545.68

29% discount of RRP

Total Lease cost over 2 years £4,942.72


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£154.46 x (9+23) = £4,942.72 or £205.95/net/mth, not £4935.82.

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People pay to be seen in that?
Can someone please come in here and delete all the bull please? It'll save others having to waste their lives reading it.
m5rcc13 m ago

Then you, like others on the forum, have a heavy foot.


Course they’ve got a heavy foot, got to get to their next hairdressing appointment fast
Your example may save you some money in brake pads but not fuel.
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Good luck with getting 42.8 mpg

I average 33mpg and that’s pretty good compared to most if you have a read of the owners forum. It’s a fantastic little car though.

Not too sure about leasing these though as the 145 are pretty cheap to buy. You can get good low mileage S4s for £9-10k.
Edited by: "seabs" 25th Apr
Good find
£154.46 x (9+23) = £4,942.72 not £4935.82.
People pay to be seen in that?
m5rcc4 m ago

Then you, like others on the forum, have a heavy foot.


What's the point of having one of these if you bimble about, might aswell have a standard 500
Dingdong0071 m ago

What's the point of having one of these if you bimble about, might aswell …What's the point of having one of these if you bimble about, might aswell have a standard 500


That's an assumption by your part. You can be fast and economical.
m5rcc13 m ago

Then you, like others on the forum, have a heavy foot.


Course they’ve got a heavy foot, got to get to their next hairdressing appointment fast
m5rcc10 m ago

That's an assumption by your part. You can be fast and economical.


Not in this scenario. If it was a Tesla then yes
Dingdong0072 m ago

Not in this scenario. If it was a Tesla then yes


A Tesla doesn't run on petrol so no MPG.
m5rcc1 m ago

A Tesla doesn't run on petrol so no MPG.


You said Economical
foot pedals all wrong for adults
Dingdong0073 m ago

You said Economical


As in, not braking as if one is trying to outbrake Daniel Ricciardo to the lights. Poor mpg is resulted mainly by accelerating and braking harshly, as well as using supermarket fuels. You can be quick and economical by using the gears to slow down, as an example.
Your example may save you some money in brake pads but not fuel.
m5rcc47 m ago

As in, not braking as if one is trying to outbrake Daniel Ricciardo to the …As in, not braking as if one is trying to outbrake Daniel Ricciardo to the lights. Poor mpg is resulted mainly by accelerating and braking harshly, as well as using supermarket fuels. You can be quick and economical by using the gears to slow down, as an example.


Please explain how using the gears to slow down makes you more economical?
Edited by: "fubar888" 25th Apr
Porka91116 m ago

Your example may save you some money in brake pads but not fuel.


Braking sharply wastes fuel.
fubar8884 m ago

Please explain how using the gears to slow down makes you more economical?


If you are in gear, with foot off the accelerator, the drivetrain turns the engine and the fuel supply to it is cut off entirely compared to coasting, where it needs some fuel to tick over or braking sharply that also uses fuel.
Believe me. There is no point having a discussion about fuel consumption and Mr honest John there. Your wasting your time
m5rcc1 h, 21 m ago

A Tesla doesn't run on petrol so no MPG.


MPG= Miles per gigawatt hour

Im sure the numbers will be out of this world! VAG group will probably use it!
If only I could fit into one of these.
m5rcc1 h, 8 m ago

If you are in gear, with foot off the accelerator, the drivetrain turns …If you are in gear, with foot off the accelerator, the drivetrain turns the engine and the fuel supply to it is cut off entirely compared to coasting, where it needs some fuel to tick over or braking sharply that also uses fuel.


Ok, agree coasting in gear should use no fuel in a modern car. However, the quantity used on tick-over is insignificant (my car is 0.1-0.2 gallons/hr) so I doubt you’d ever see a real world difference in mpg employing coasting in vs out of gear.

Braking sharply uses no fuel.
fubar8883 m ago

Ok, agree coasting in gear should use no fuel in a modern car. However, …Ok, agree coasting in gear should use no fuel in a modern car. However, the quantity used on tick-over is insignificant (my car is 0.1-0.2 gallons/hr) so I doubt you’d ever see a real world difference in mpg employing coasting in vs out of gear.


Depends on how many miles you do per year. If you're racking up 20,000 miles a year, you'll notice the difference.

fubar8883 m ago

Braking sharply uses no fuel.


Disagree.
m5rcc2 m ago

Depends on how many miles you do per year. If you're racking up 20,000 …Depends on how many miles you do per year. If you're racking up 20,000 miles a year, you'll notice the difference.Disagree.


How does braking (sharply or otherwise) use fuel?
Braking sharply may be an indicator of poor driving style that may use more fuel overall but in itself it uses none.
Replacement brake pads or replacement gear box. Hmmmmm
fubar88812 m ago

How does braking (sharply or otherwise) use fuel?



fubar88810 m ago

Braking sharply may be an indicator of poor driving style that may use …Braking sharply may be an indicator of poor driving style that may use more fuel overall but in itself it uses none.


I'll let the DfT explain it you in detail.
m5rcc14 m ago

I'll let the DfT explain it you in detail.


That doesn’t explain it at all - it says avoid harsh braking, presumably because it’s indicative of poor anticipation and therefore unnecessary use of the brakes but the rate of braking has no impact on fuel economy. Do you understand that braking in itself uses no fuel and therefore none can be saved irrespective of how you brake?
fubar8881 m ago

That doesn’t explain it at all - it says avoid harsh braking, presumably b …That doesn’t explain it at all - it says avoid harsh braking, presumably because it’s indicative of poor anticipation and therefore unnecessary use of the brakes but the rate of braking has no impact on fuel economy.


You read the whole report in fifteen minutes?

fubar8881 m ago

Do you understand that braking in itself uses no fuel and therefore none …Do you understand that braking in itself uses no fuel and therefore none can be saved irrespective of how you brake?


Again, disagree.
I voted cold to save fuel as the hot button was an extra cm away and I didn't want to offend m5rcc by wasting fuel.
Edited by: "PeacePipe" 25th Apr
m5rcc35 m ago

You read the whole report in fifteen minutes?Again, disagree.


Nope, CTRL+F ‘brak’ (more economical than reading the lot )

You disagree with what - that braking in itself uses no fuel? Ok.
Can someone please come in here and delete all the bull please? It'll save others having to waste their lives reading it.
fubar8884 m ago

Nope, CTRL+F ‘brak’ (more economical than reading the lot )


A great way to miss what is actually written.

fubar8884 m ago

You disagree with what - that braking in itself uses no fuel? Ok.


Indeed.
PeacePipe8 m ago

I voted cold to save fuel as the hot button was an extra cm away and I …I voted cold to save fuel as the hot button was an extra cm away and I didn't want to offend m5rcc by wasting fuel.


Alas you spent extra calories typing that out.
I’ve forgotten what I came in here for....(skeptical)
m5rcc3 h, 17 m ago

If you are in gear, with foot off the accelerator, the drivetrain turns …If you are in gear, with foot off the accelerator, the drivetrain turns the engine and the fuel supply to it is cut off entirely compared to coasting, where it needs some fuel to tick over or braking sharply that also uses fuel.


its the same either way .....dont listen to the fools
Edited by: "hepton" 25th Apr
My Uncle Has The TwinAir Fiat 500 which is Nothing Compared to this, but jesus christ I have never been so terrified in my life sitting in that thing
m5rcc1 h, 25 m ago

Disagree.


It's literally a quick google search.

"braking doesn't reduce fuel efficiency -- it's the need to brake that is indicative of maintaining too much speed which is what reduces fuel efficiency. Downshifting to shed speed is no more efficient of fuel than braking."

Braking itself doesn't "waste fuel" or really "use fuel", it just converts your potential kinetic energy into heat. Upon actually accelerating and reaching the speed is where the fuel was "wasted". You don't actually use extra fuel to slow down, you just lose out on the potential distance you would have covered had you not sharply braked.

Your previous argument of just linking an article is also pretty ass, at least quote or reference a specific section in it...

Edited a sentence to make more sense.
Edited by: "anony_mous" 25th Apr
hepton4 m ago

its the same either way .....if the fuel was cut off the engine would stall


Not in a fuel-injected engine.
m5rcc53 m ago

Not in a fuel-injected engine.



its a good deal enough said but it still uses fuel
The_Hoff9 h, 55 m ago

Can someone please come in here and delete all the bull please? It'll save …Can someone please come in here and delete all the bull please? It'll save others having to waste their lives reading it.


The banter is the best bit...
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