Ford Fiesta ST3 lease £158.40 P/M (Total: £5407) - G2L
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Ford Fiesta ST3 lease £158.40 P/M (Total: £5407) - G2L

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Found 14th Nov 2015
Brand new Ford Fiesta ST3 1.6 Turbo 2 year lease deal.

£1425.60 Inital pay.
£180 Admin fee.
£158.40 P/M

This is their new price for a personal lease, cheaper if you have a business lease.

Top spec car and without doubt, the best hot hatch on the market in the price range for what i think is an absolute bargain.

*in before lease haters*
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cheapest by a fair amount
Without doubt?
If it was without doubt the best then there would be no others for sale.
It's a ford, hence plenty of doubt
Is insurance included and road tax in leases?
killerplaque

Is insurance included and road tax in leases?


Tax usually is but insurance isn't
had one for over a year, brilliant car
Realistically equivalent to £225 a month - still cheaper than the depreciation you'd suffer in buying one. While it's under warranty, I wouldn't concern myself too much with perceived reliability - Ford will be picking up the tab for anything that isn't wear and tear. Just enjoy it for what it is, one of the nimblest little hot hatches of its size. If you enjoy putting your foot down a lot, expect to get 60% of the claimed mpg (same for any modern car with stop-start).
A 1.6 turbo engine in a fiesta and its called ecoboost to make it sound modern and enviro friendly,I call it a rebranded fiesta RS turbo from the early 90s
Biggunspaul

A 1.6 turbo engine in a fiesta and its called ecoboost to make it sound … A 1.6 turbo engine in a fiesta and its called ecoboost to make it sound modern and enviro friendly,I call it a rebranded fiesta RS turbo from the early 90s



​a think a engine and all the new tech from 2015 is alot better than in the rs days so it mor eco and ye get alot better miles out of it. so its nothing like an rs from the 90s.
Biggunspaul

A 1.6 turbo engine in a fiesta and its called ecoboost to make it sound … A 1.6 turbo engine in a fiesta and its called ecoboost to make it sound modern and enviro friendly,I call it a rebranded fiesta RS turbo from the early 90s



EcoBoost is the brand name for Ford's turbo-charged engines, in the US they do a 3.5 litre! Although not in a Fiesta.
stevenprior1

​a think a engine and all the new tech from 2015 is alot better than in t … ​a think a engine and all the new tech from 2015 is alot better than in the rs days so it mor eco and ye get alot better miles out of it. so its nothing like an rs from the 90s.



Turbocharged engines have always been more fuel efficient than NA engines,ford have just added the word Eco to make people feel better about driving a sports car.in the 80's people wanted to have the word turbo on the rear end of their car,now it's not in fashion so Eco boost replaces it.

Oh and if the word Eco is in green then that makes it even more enviro friendly X)

Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 14th Nov 2015
Biggunspaul

Turbocharged engines have always been more fuel efficient than NA … Turbocharged engines have always been more fuel efficient than NA engines,ford have just added the word Eco to make people feel better about driving a sports car.in the 80's people wanted to have the word turbo on the rear end of their car,now it's not in fashion so Eco boost replaces it.Oh and if the word Eco is in green then that makes it even more enviro friendly X)



Most of Ford's family cars are avaliable with EcoBoost engines, hardly sports cars.
It's just branding, like Duratec and Zetec, don't get too hung up on it.
monkeyhanger75

Realistically equivalent to £225 a month - still cheaper than the … Realistically equivalent to £225 a month - still cheaper than the depreciation you'd suffer in buying one. While it's under warranty, I wouldn't concern myself too much with perceived reliability - Ford will be picking up the tab for anything that isn't wear and tear. Just enjoy it for what it is, one of the nimblest little hot hatches of its size. If you enjoy putting your foot down a lot, expect to get 60% of the claimed mpg (same for any modern car with stop-start).



this doesn't have start-stop though.. average around 35-40 with a heavy foot still.
why not to take bmw m3 for £149/month???
Dubplated

It's a ford, hence plenty of doubt


Cobblers.
taylope1

Why not to take English lessons ?


Utterly pointless contribution to this thread, closely followed by this one.
Biggunspaul

A 1.6 turbo engine in a fiesta and its called ecoboost to make it sound … A 1.6 turbo engine in a fiesta and its called ecoboost to make it sound modern and enviro friendly,I call it a rebranded fiesta RS turbo from the early 90s



Not so much. The mk3 fiesta was a poorly reviewed dog, even in RS or XR trim. This is pretty much universally accepted as the best hot hatch of this size available.
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martyboy70

Not so much. The mk3 fiesta was a poorly reviewed dog, even in RS or XR … Not so much. The mk3 fiesta was a poorly reviewed dog, even in RS or XR trim. This is pretty much universally accepted as the best hot hatch of this size available.



I think that title goes to the new Clio rs.




I joke I joke
Edited by: "deleted540497" 14th Nov 2015
Dubplated

It's a ford, hence plenty of doubt



Dumb, uneducated comment.
The Chavs will be all over this, like a rash!
I currently own a Y Reg (2001) VW Polo, which is just coming up to 70,000 miles. However, the maintenance costs are now becoming more expensive than what the car is worth.

Having seen a few of these lease deals and not being able to afford an half decent runner outright. I'd like to ask the reasoning behind paying £5407, for a deal such as this over two years, then being left with nothing?!

Would it be suitable, with this or similar deals, for people like me who would only be able to afford a low cost, high maintenance banger outright? Sincere question.
So what ratio of salary is spent on car hire on average?

You'd need at least 40 grand before tax to afford this comfortably right?!
Rawtec

I currently own a Y Reg (2001) VW Polo, which is just coming up to 70,000 … I currently own a Y Reg (2001) VW Polo, which is just coming up to 70,000 miles. However, the maintenance costs are now becoming more expensive than what the car is worth.Having seen a few of these lease deals and not being able to afford an half decent runner outright. I'd like to ask the reasoning behind paying £5407, for a deal such as this over two years, then being left with nothing?!Would it be suitable, with this or similar deals, for people like me who would only be able to afford a low cost, high maintenance banger outright? Sincere question.


I'll try to explain it simply

If you buy a new one and sell it in two years, you'll lose about 7k(give or take) from the price you paid compared with what you sell it for.
If you buy this as a used car and nothing goes wrong with it.. And the depreciation is less than 5k over two years (or the things that go wrong with it minus the depreciation is less than 5k) then you're lucky..

got a polo gti on order, very simular deal to this just under £5000 with gateway2lease very helpfull over the phone/email, would recommend them.
Edited by: "Rich_T" 14th Nov 2015
Russonf

I'll try to explain it simply If you buy a new one and sell it in two … I'll try to explain it simply If you buy a new one and sell it in two years, you'll lose about 7k(give or take) from the price you paid compared with what you sell it for. If you buy this as a used car and nothing goes wrong with it.. And the depreciation is less than 5k over two years (or the things that go wrong with it minus the depreciation is less than 5k) then you're lucky..



Thank you for your helpful information.

As can be seen from my original post, I'm not one for changing car every few years. My current one was 3 yrs old when purchased outright and my mileage per annum is low. I'm just considering another 5dr hatchback (kids) with low maintenance costs that isn't too expensive.

Just wondering if a lease deal is something that I should consider.
Rawtec

I currently own a Y Reg (2001) VW Polo, which is just coming up to 70,000 … I currently own a Y Reg (2001) VW Polo, which is just coming up to 70,000 miles. However, the maintenance costs are now becoming more expensive than what the car is worth.Having seen a few of these lease deals and not being able to afford an half decent runner outright. I'd like to ask the reasoning behind paying £5407, for a deal such as this over two years, then being left with nothing?!Would it be suitable, with this or similar deals, for people like me who would only be able to afford a low cost, high maintenance banger outright? Sincere question.



​Whether you take a loan and buy it outright or finance it the depreciation is an unavoidable cost. Either way it's going to cost you about £7k plus any costs from APR. If you lease it and you pay around £5k over 2 years then it's the cheaper way of having the car for 2 years. You don't own the car but then do you really want to own a depreciating asset?

Whether you lease or finance it you still get to use it everyday. At least with lease you don't get that sinking feeling when you take it to lookers or errm webuyany car.com and have them quote you a ridiculous price.

People will compare leasing to running a used car but that's a but like comparing a new condom to a used one. It might well do the same job but there's alot more scope for something expensive to go wrong.

For the record I run a used car I just see sense in leasing cars, the only drawback for me is the limited mileage.
One of the best hot hatches i have driven but Ford has poor customer service.
was in a friends today
1.6 ST 6spd 182 ps

my 2.5l bmw is 192bp

so a lot of poke coming out of that smaller engine...

checkcanopy

​Whether you take a loan and buy it outright or finance it the d … ​Whether you take a loan and buy it outright or finance it the depreciation is an unavoidable cost. Either way it's going to cost you about £7k plus any costs from APR. If you lease it and you pay around £5k over 2 years then it's the cheaper way of having the car for 2 years. You don't own the car but then do you really want to own a depreciating asset? Whether you lease or finance it you still get to use it everyday. At least with lease you don't get that sinking feeling when you take it to lookers or errm webuyany car.com and have them quote you a ridiculous price.People will compare leasing to running a used car but that's a but like comparing a new condom to a used one. It might well do the same job but there's alot more scope for something expensive to go wrong.For the record I run a used car I just see sense in leasing cars, the only drawback for me is the limited mileage.



You make some good points in your post and given me something to consider, thank you!

While this particular offer maybe slighter above my budget, I'll certainly look out for other deals and fortunately the low mileage per year on some wouldn't be an issue for me.

Cheers.
Great car love mine loads, however shifting it next year as I get hit with a hefty BIK charge due to the emissions.
Private lease you won't get that problem though. Decent price in all honesty for a very good car that is fun to drive and has some good features. Biggest problem I have is that at nearly 40, my back can't take feeling every bump in the road like it used to.
Heat added
Corsa VXR FTW
Rawtec

Thank you for your helpful information. As can be seen from my original … Thank you for your helpful information. As can be seen from my original post, I'm not one for changing car every few years. My current one was 3 yrs old when purchased outright and my mileage per annum is low. I'm just considering another 5dr hatchback (kids) with low maintenance costs that isn't too expensive.Just wondering if a lease deal is something that I should consider.


It sounds like your after cheap motoring as an alternative to keeping an old car running (the old way of cheap motoring!) so your in a similar circumstance to me with a 12 year old pug 206. My advice to you would be a lease deal but maybe not one that loses as much as this over the 2 years (unless you really want a sports car). If you want a cheap to run 5- door car you'd be better off with one of the many citroen c1 / citroen cactus deals posted on here. the monthly payments are only a bit less than this fiesta but tend to be between £150 and £400 deposit (depending on admin fee) so by the time your 2 years is up its less per month than this fiesta deal and as they are not sporty hot hatches it will cost you less to run than the Fiesta or your old Polo. But if you do want something with a bit of omph this Fiesta deal is great in that whilst you lose £5,400 over the two years its still less than you'd lose if you bought the car brand new and sold it in 2 years.
taylope1

Why not to take English lessons ?



​is not about English, i can see that article about ford FIESTA, I mean - I would better have bmw m3 for 149 per month instead of fiesta and offers are available.
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Sp0oner

Corsa VXR FTW



Definitely not
Lol that's one bite already...

I'll take 202bhp vs 180bhp and cheaper lease any day. The VXR is quicker 0-60 and top end with both cars in standard form so you Ford boys can dream on

Edited by: "Sp0oner" 14th Nov 2015
Have the ST2 awesome fun and sounds superb due to a sound symposer
Real worldthe car gives over 200ps as a 10 sec over boost - meaning here canonly be sold as 182ps but in the USA advertisingat the higher PS
junk15

​is not about English, i can see that article about ford FIESTA, I mean - … ​is not about English, i can see that article about ford FIESTA, I mean - I would better have bmw m3 for 149 per month instead of fiesta and offers are available.



I'm really interested in where you can lease an M3 for 149 a month?

Edited by: "NSA" 14th Nov 2015
Sp0oner

Corsa VXR FTW



Hahahahahaha. Nice one.
NSA

I'm really interested in where you can lease an M3 for 149 a month?



guys an idiot. been trolling all day
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