Fleetprices Lease Skoda Yeti Outdoor Estate 1.2 TSI SE £133.02 per month 24 month cost £4496.64
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Fleetprices Lease Skoda Yeti Outdoor Estate 1.2 TSI SE £133.02 per month 24 month cost £4496.64

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Found 11th MarMade hot 13th Mar
Good Specs, including Sat Nav, 51mpg

Contract term :24 months
Annual mileage :10000
23 monthly rentals of:£133.02
Initial rental:£1197.18
Processing fee :£240.00

21 Comments

Are you allowed to tow a caravan on a lease car? Not that I would with a 1.2 petrol but people are buying Yeti Tdi's to pull caravans

£4496.64 divided by 24 months = £187.36

Original Poster

openminded1

£4496.64 divided by 24 months = £187.36


23 monthly rentals of:£133.02
Initial rental:£1197.18
Processing fee :£240.00

openminded1

£4496.64 divided by 24 months = £187.36



Yes £133.02 per month PLUS first payment of £1197.18 PLUS £240 deposit

Misleading to say the least

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Expect to wait up to 6 months for one of these, I waited 3 months from a main dealer and its a known fact that quite often lease companies get pushed to back of the queue, many threads on here with first hand proof of this. New model comes out early 2018

the 1.2 is a great town car, on the motorway doesn't really have the grunt to get over the drag of the larger car.

margamboy

Expect to wait up to 6 months for one of these, I waited 3 months from a … Expect to wait up to 6 months for one of these, I waited 3 months from a main dealer and its a known fact that quite often lease companies get pushed to back of the queue, many threads on here with first hand proof of this. New model comes out early 2018



​i waited 5 month from dealer for a 1.4

Mum and dad just had the Monte Carlo edition delivered after ordering in October. Really nice car and with the Dsg gearbox. 135 a month with 3 months upfront. I can recommend fleet prices. Got me an A3 sportback within 2 weeks and cheaper monthly payment than even my mate at the local Audi dealer could manage with his friends and family discount. He told me to take the fleet prices offer. Car came up from Brighton to the northwest.
Ask for Adam in sales - great guy!

To be fair they could have taken delivery in early Jan but decided to wait for the 17 plate

Skoda UK are no longer taking orders for the Yeti mk1. Yeti mk2 due at the end of the year.

margamboy

its a known fact that quite often lease companies get pushed to back of … its a known fact that quite often lease companies get pushed to back of the queue



Absolute garbage!

mjccam

Absolute garbage!



Have a read on here

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/skoda-yeti-auto-1-2-tsi-personal-lease-deal-130-m-fleetprices-2505144?page=4#comments

I ordered the same vehicle from a main dealer at roughly the same time as these guys and got mine 3 months earlier.

margamboy

Expect to wait up to 6 months for one of these, I waited 3 months from a … Expect to wait up to 6 months for one of these, I waited 3 months from a main dealer and its a known fact that quite often lease companies get pushed to back of the queue, many threads on here with first hand proof of this. New model comes out early 2018



I ordered mine on the 2nd Sept 2016 from these people and it arrived on the 1st March 2017 with 186 miles on the clock.

The order books for this model will probably close soon, as the new Mk.2 Mini Kodiaq version will be revealed soon.

Edited by: "Gozer" 13th Mar

The trim here is SE Drive, which is better than SE. For £250 more you could opt for the auto (£8k miles) via CHL Contracts - which is what I did last week. Oh, and mine will be delivered 7 to 10 days after approval. I had a choice of 7 colours. If you get it before 1st April you save around £200 in VED

Same price 2 years ago for a Greenline Elegance model. 10 week wait but worth it, just added an extra year onto the lease. Not very special cars but bombproof.

gazdoubleu

Are you allowed to tow a caravan on a lease car? Not that I would with a … Are you allowed to tow a caravan on a lease car? Not that I would with a 1.2 petrol but people are buying Yeti Tdi's to pull caravans



​More leasing companies are starting to allow the fitting of tow bars. It's often a very expensive factory option.

However, those that do will send you back to a franchised dealer if you go for the non-factory route. All the franchise does is sub-contract the work to a mobile fitter and then charge the full factory price for what is sometimes an inferior piece of kit.

I've been very lucky on my last three cars. the leasing company just wanted a VAT registered company that employs an MoT qualified tester to fit an after market kit.

blueclouduk

​More leasing companies are starting to allow the fitting of tow bars. I … ​More leasing companies are starting to allow the fitting of tow bars. It's often a very expensive factory option.However, those that do will send you back to a franchised dealer if you go for the non-factory route. All the franchise does is sub-contract the work to a mobile fitter and then charge the full factory price for what is sometimes an inferior piece of kit.I've been very lucky on my last three cars. the leasing company just wanted a VAT registered company that employs an MoT qualified tester to fit an after market kit.



You can't fit any old towbar. Must be EC Type Approved for the car.

Gozer

I ordered mine on the 2nd Sept 2016 from these people and it arrived on … I ordered mine on the 2nd Sept 2016 from these people and it arrived on the 1st March 2017 with 186 miles on the clock.The order books for this model will probably close soon, as the new Mk.2 Mini Kodiaq version will be revealed soon.



I've just been told that the 200 miles that was on my car when it was delivered by fleetprices comes out of MY mileage allowance.

I'm staying well away from these guys and Skoda in the future.

Zuulan

I'm staying well away from these guys and Skoda in the future.



How is it the fault of the car?

m5rcc

How is it the fault of the car?



Who said I blamed the fault on the car?

It's the fault of Skoda finance for making it the rule and Fleetprices for not informing their customers of this, especially when they drive the car to you from Wales.


Edited by: "Zuulan" 17th Mar

Zuulan

Who said I blamed the fault on the car?



You had said Skoda, not Skoda Finance.
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