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Ford Focus 1.5 TDCi 120 Zetec Navigation: Car Lease 24x £109.60 + £1495.20 initial rental. Total £4125.60 equivalent £171.90pm
Ford Focus 1.5 TDCi 120 Zetec Navigation: Car Lease 24x £109.60 + £1495.20 initial rental. Total £4125.60 equivalent £171.90pm

Ford Focus 1.5 TDCi 120 Zetec Navigation: Car Lease 24x £109.60 + £1495.20 initial rental. Total £4125.60 equivalent £171.90pm

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Not bad for a two year lease on a decent car with sat nav built in. 6000miles or 10,000 from £125pm.

If you think there's better value for money I'd be happy to see it.

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This is a really great deal. Had the Focus for a short time not too long ago, and it's a very nice drive.

yeah not bad deal - heat added.

unfortunatley im after a X4 and no deals on these
Edited by: "tighty" 19th Sep 2016

Some good discounts on the Focus if you're wanting to buy outright at the moment. This particular model is available for under £14500, with a £6000 saving off list.

I've seen better but my time machine is broken. Should be noted this is 23x 109.60 not 24x It's always 23+12 + Admin. Making it a little cheaper.
Preferred my 23+9 + Admin @ £137 for 10kpy Titanium.

Hi Guys,
It might be a silly question.
Would anyone be able to comment why most of the equivalent estates car are considerably higher on lease than saloon or hatchback?
Looking at cars like Ford Focus, Mondeo, Audi A6, VW Passat
I know that estates are slightly more expensive when buying outright but the cost of lease cost increase doesn't seem to be in proportion?

Thanks
Roman

romariopl

Hi Guys,It might be a silly question.Would anyone be able to comment why … Hi Guys,It might be a silly question.Would anyone be able to comment why most of the equivalent estates car are considerably higher on lease than saloon or hatchback?Looking at cars like Ford Focus, Mondeo, Audi A6, VW PassatI know that estates are slightly more expensive when buying outright but the cost of lease cost increase doesn't seem to be in proportion?ThanksRoman



Guessing but it's probably because they are less desirable on the used market, so they lose more value than hatchback; so the lease company take a bigger hit in depreciation.

romariopl

Hi Guys,It might be a silly question.Would anyone be able to comment why … Hi Guys,It might be a silly question.Would anyone be able to comment why most of the equivalent estates car are considerably higher on lease than saloon or hatchback?Looking at cars like Ford Focus, Mondeo, Audi A6, VW PassatI know that estates are slightly more expensive when buying outright but the cost of lease cost increase doesn't seem to be in proportion?ThanksRoman



Random I know but golf R estate with DSG is currently cheaper lease than manual hatch.

Where is this Golf R you speak of? may check it out

Banned

wish a Audi was in this price range

romariopl

Hi Guys,It might be a silly question.Would anyone be able to comment why … Hi Guys,It might be a silly question.Would anyone be able to comment why most of the equivalent estates car are considerably higher on lease than saloon or hatchback?Looking at cars like Ford Focus, Mondeo, Audi A6, VW PassatI know that estates are slightly more expensive when buying outright but the cost of lease cost increase doesn't seem to be in proportion?ThanksRoman


Don't know for definite but suspect it's about how easy they are to shift used once the lease ends.

sofiasar

wish a Audi was in this price range



they are! you just have to go for the Seat badge instead

i'm currently leasing the same car from nationwide vehicle contracts for the wife....it was 375 initial rental...125 a month for 4 years...180 processing fee!!!!!!...8000 miles per year....don't know if the maths works out and i know it's longer lease, but it might help

garyjn

i'm currently leasing the same car from nationwide vehicle contracts for … i'm currently leasing the same car from nationwide vehicle contracts for the wife....it was 375 initial rental...125 a month for 4 years...180 processing fee!!!!!!...8000 miles per year....don't know if the maths works out and i know it's longer lease, but it might help


ooops...just noticed this is the focus...mine is the fiesta...ignore

I bought a decent car for 4k 2 years ago & I still have it, seems like a better deal to me..:)

boomish

I bought a decent car for 4k 2 years ago & I still have it, seems like a … I bought a decent car for 4k 2 years ago & I still have it, seems like a better deal to me..:)



There's always one.....

Monkeybumcheeks

There's always one.....


sorry I couldn't resist, love the username btw

If there's a dpf failure during the lease term who foots the bill?. I'm avoiding buying diesel because of my stop start commute.

polluting diesel

I am 20, first car , insurance qoute is coming to 2.3k a year on this. I select 24months, 10K mile pa , 3 months initial. works out about £4,577 after 2 years with no Maintenance.

Should I buy it?

kamy786rulz

I am 20, first car , insurance qoute is coming to 2.3k a year on this. I … I am 20, first car , insurance qoute is coming to 2.3k a year on this. I select 24months, 10K mile pa , 3 months initial. works out about £4,577 after 2 years with no Maintenance. Should I buy it?



no

dajambo

no



reason please? I NEED A CAR

just did quote on fiesta from same leasing site insurance comes to £2.1K,
Car after 2 years is £4,317

Again is it advisable to do this or am I being silly just by asking

kamy786rulz

I am 20, first car , insurance qoute is coming to 2.3k a year on this. I … I am 20, first car , insurance qoute is coming to 2.3k a year on this. I select 24months, 10K mile pa , 3 months initial. works out about £4,577 after 2 years with no Maintenance. Should I buy it?



Might be worth looking at some of the Peugeot / Citroen deals, often cheap car, cheap pcp and included insurance

don't listen to me i don't know your circumstances .... if its the kind of car your looking for and you can afford it then go for it. although at your age i would rather spend my money on beer and drive something like this...
http://www.barryboys.co.uk/photos22/b78753ac3aa7.JPG

kamy786rulz

reason please? I NEED A CARjust did quote on fiesta from same leasing … reason please? I NEED A CARjust did quote on fiesta from same leasing site insurance comes to £2.1K, Car after 2 years is £4,317Again is it advisable to do this or am I being silly just by asking



​why do you need a new car at 20 years old ? Each to their own and it's your money but I would think at 20 there are better things to spend your money on. Get a banger and build up your no claims

SteadVex

they are! you just have to go for the Seat badge instead



Does anyone know if I'm likely to get one like in the pic? Which alloys would it come with

i want a car that I can just buy and not worry about so want a fairly new car. Don't want these other makes such as peugot/citreon/kia. Im working and dont really want a banger man. At the moment I am looking for fiesta 2013 and on, lol my initial budget is £4,000 max on car so had to resort to auctions of damaged fords to find the new shapes this low.

tom2k7

Where is this Golf R you speak of? may check it out



Mad sheep

kamy786rulz

i want a car that I can just buy and not worry about so want a fairly new … i want a car that I can just buy and not worry about so want a fairly new car. Don't want these other makes such as peugot/citreon/kia. Im working and dont really want a banger man. At the moment I am looking for fiesta 2013 and on, lol my initial budget is £4,000 max on car so had to resort to auctions of damaged fords to find the new shapes this low.



go for the st-line fiesta although not sure what the insurance will be....

kamy786rulz

reason please? I NEED A CARjust did quote on fiesta from same leasing … reason please? I NEED A CARjust did quote on fiesta from same leasing site insurance comes to £2.1K, Car after 2 years is £4,317Again is it advisable to do this or am I being silly just by asking



Why not look for a cheap used car in insurance group 1 to get you on the road and get a few years NCB and some driving experience

Sure if you have money to burn pay 2k plus for insirance . I personally could not tolerate paying that but each to their own

Just consider though any damage beyond fair wear and tear and the leasing company could well claim against your insurance . meaning your premium could skyrocket .

Even what looks like minor panel damage from reversimg into a bollard or scraping the side on a wall in the typical car park accident could cost £1000's when the lease company insists on manufacturers approved repairs being carried out .

I know you probably think you are not stupid and have a sensible head and are the worlds best driver . But the statistics on accidents in the first year after passing the driving test speak for themselves .

Ultimately though its your money and your insurance record so if youve got the money to burn go for it .

muz379

Why not look for a cheap used car in insurance group 1 to get you on the … Why not look for a cheap used car in insurance group 1 to get you on the road and get a few years NCB and some driving experience Sure if you have money to burn pay 2k plus for insirance . I personally could not tolerate paying that but each to their own Just consider though any damage beyond fair wear and tear and the leasing company could well claim against your insurance . meaning your premium could skyrocket .Even what looks like minor panel damage from reversimg into a bollard or scraping the side on a wall in the typical car park accident could cost £1000's when the lease company insists on manufacturers approved repairs being carried out . I know you probably think you are not stupid and have a sensible head and are the worlds best driver . But the statistics on accidents in the first year after passing the driving test speak for themselves . Ultimately though its your money and your insurance record so if youve got the money to burn go for it .



Thank you very much for the advice. I will have to find a used car then. But struggling to find something like fiesta newish shape for my budget, don't want these other cars like Vauxhall corsa they way too common.

Does anyone know which alloys it comes with and whether it will look like that in the pic

boomish

I bought a decent car for 4k 2 years ago & I still have it, seems like a … I bought a decent car for 4k 2 years ago & I still have it, seems like a better deal to me..:)


Not the same thing

lumsdot

polluting diesel



​prefer mine unpolluted

kamy786rulz

Thank you very much for the advice. I will have to find a used car then. … Thank you very much for the advice. I will have to find a used car then. But struggling to find something like fiesta newish shape for my budget, don't want these other cars like Vauxhall corsa they way too common.


Corsair more common than a fiesta X) X) X)

kamy786rulz

Thank you very much for the advice. I will have to find a used car then. … Thank you very much for the advice. I will have to find a used car then. But struggling to find something like fiesta newish shape for my budget, don't want these other cars like Vauxhall corsa they way too common.



Personally it sounds like your budget and what you want are in no way compatible .

My first car was a crappy fiat panda . I paid a little under 1k for it but it was in insurance group one so my first insurance was like £1000 . Which felt like a lot at the time .

Whilst it was not the best car in the world it did beat the bus or my motorbike on a cold rainy windy morning . And thats the main thing .


If the car you want is not in your budget have you looked at Cat C/D write offs . these can be a reasonable way of saving money on a given make and model aslong as the repairs have been done properly and a proper inspection carried out. If in doubt always get a second opinion . That extra £100 or so to get a proper second opinion can save you thousands in the future . But do bear in mind the car will be harder to sell . Ive had friends buy cat c or d cars when they are planning to keep the car until it is scrap if you wanna change the car after 2 years or something like that id steer clear .


In simple blunt terms it seems like you need to increase your budget or decrease your expectations

Seems a good deal, would you recommend GAP insurance and if so how much would that cost on top?

allandnhs

Seems a good deal, would you recommend GAP insurance and if so how much … Seems a good deal, would you recommend GAP insurance and if so how much would that cost on top?



Personally I'd go for GAP, liable for remainder of the lease cost in the event of write off. I've got cover with ALA (contract hire plus). There's always discount codes floating around. I ended up paying £84 for two years. Worth it for peace of mind.

boomish

sorry I couldn't resist, love the username btw



​The name does it for me too!

garyjn

i'm currently leasing the same car from nationwide vehicle contracts for … i'm currently leasing the same car from nationwide vehicle contracts for the wife....it was 375 initial rental...125 a month for 4 years...180 processing fee!!!!!!...8000 miles per year....don't know if the maths works out and i know it's longer lease, but it might help



That doesn't sound like a bad deal, however my only concern with leases over 3y is that the lessee becomes liable for any repairs to the car when the (usually) 3y manufacturer warranty runs out. Having said that, the Ford Focus is usually a uber-reliable car so you probably won't have an issue.
Edited by: "hcc27" 20th Sep 2016

kamy786rulz

I am 20, first car , insurance qoute is coming to 2.3k a year on this. I … I am 20, first car , insurance qoute is coming to 2.3k a year on this. I select 24months, 10K mile pa , 3 months initial. works out about £4,577 after 2 years with no Maintenance. Should I buy it?



​It isn't easy when you're that age but it gets easier. My first years insurance at 20 was a fiat punto, £2k, 8 years ago. For perspective I'm 28 and pay £600 a year on a Mercedes s class with a 3.2l diesel engine! So it does get better. I had an Audi S5 for 6 months ago before I swapped jobs and the commute intensified, similar insurance cost.

If you can afford it. Go for it, it is a nice car, I had 60k of driving on an 09 focus, serviced every 10-15miles and no problems what so ever. Traded it in when the EGR started to stick. Honestly at your age, I'd buy it outright. You might just have to temper your expectations to match your budget. Although this very model is cheap new at the moment. There are 4,5 even 6k discount of list prices on a 66.
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