Ford Focus Titanium Nav - Only £135.99 Per Month 6+23 lease , 10000 Miles Per Annum Total £3943.41 @ Rivervale Contract Hire & Leasing
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Ford Focus Titanium Nav - Only £135.99 Per Month 6+23 lease , 10000 Miles Per Annum Total £3943.41 @ Rivervale Contract Hire & Leasing

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Found 16th Oct 2014
FORD FOCUS DIESEL HATCHBACK 1.6 TDCi 115 Titanium Navigator 5dr In Stock for Quick Delivery

Bluetooth Connection with Voice Control
Automatic Headlights
Automatic Wipers
Electric Windows
Automatic Air Conditioning
Rear Parking Sensors
SONY Navigation System with DAB
16" Alloy Wheels
Choice of Metallic Colours Available
Add Service/Maintenance & Tyres for Only £12 Per Month

88 Comments

I have this car! Gets a good review from me

112 for.business only

kypok

112 for.business only



YEAH... Go on? £112.99 + VAT = £135.99 FOR PCH.

kypok

112 for.business only


£112 + Vat (£135) for business
£135 Inc Vat for personnel

wow. good deal.

cracking deal, good spot OP

Are leases a good idea? We could do with a new car not sure if it's the right way to go

Needs to have the VAT included really, otherwise it looks like a hooky Ebuyer post.

Just ordered a corsa 1.4 Sri from a different company for 4k. Will enquirers about this and may get this instead

Looks like a smoking hot deal

The new facelift model (very minor) is out soon so they've probably dropped the price to get rid

mjccam

Looks like a smoking hot dealThe new facelift model (very minor) is out … Looks like a smoking hot dealThe new facelift model (very minor) is out soon so they've probably dropped the price to get rid


looks wise its minor but I believe the interior and chassis has had a lot if work.
though this is still a storming deal

Silly question, but the insurance is covered, right?

kd45 - it's not, no. road tax is. mot's aren't needed on any new car for 3 years. but yes, insurance is. and gap insurance is also recommended by a few places (~100 a year).
Edited by: "s1m0nc" 16th Oct 2014

What happens if the company goes bust? Does the car get taken back?

I.e is the 6 months up front at risk if they go bust say a couple of months in?

With a lease car, how do you do insurance?

all I see is "I haven't bought this car yet" what category does it come under seen as it wont actually be our car?

Ta OP.

Lease cars can be a problem to insure as not all companys will accept them.
I read on here a few weeks ago a guy was long term renting instead of leasing so the insurance was included and also all servicing.
Personally I would prefer to buy an almost new car where someone else has taken the initial high depreciation costs then at least in a few years it would all be mine.

Edited by: "paulandpam1" 16th Oct 2014

there is no possiblity to own the car right? after 24months are over

whorlow

I have this car! Gets a good review from me



me too...a really great car this for a diesel.

What exactly is 6+23? . ty

madmarman

What exactly is 6+23? . ty


6 months payment up front plus 23 further payments.

If only it wasn't diesel...

jaydeeuk1

If only it wasn't diesel...


The ST is another £70 a month. This diesel will pull it about as well as the 1litre petrol.

Oneday77

6 months payment up front plus 23 further payments.

So do you keep the car for 29 months then?
Edited by: "madmarman" 16th Oct 2014

madmarman

So do you keep the car for 29 months then?


I suspect it is two years (24 month) but the 6+ is just another way of stating an upfront payment.

visitorx

there is no possiblity to own the car right? after 24months are over


After the 24 months you do not even own a wheel nut of the car but you have two choices either give it back and walk away as long as the condition and mileage is within their guidlines or request a price to buy it.
If you want a car to keep a low interest HP finance deal will work out cheaper.

RiTSo

I suspect it is two years (24 month) but the 6+ is just another way of … I suspect it is two years (24 month) but the 6+ is just another way of stating an upfront payment.

OK thanks seems a cracking deal all the same why not just call it an initial first month payment of x .As it stands it's a bit iffy to call it £135.99 a month

RiTSo

I suspect it is two years (24 month) but the 6+ is just another way of … I suspect it is two years (24 month) but the 6+ is just another way of stating an upfront payment.



You keep it for 24 months. First payment value is 6 x monthly fee. Other 23 are the monthly fee. Most brokers also charge a 'document fee' of around 200 plus VAT), but this company doesn't.

madmarman

OK thanks seems a cracking deal all the same why not just call it an … OK thanks seems a cracking deal all the same why not just call it an initial first month payment of x .As it stands it's a bit iffy to call it £135.99 a month



Most / all car leasing companies describe the deal in this way. Just seems to be the way it is

RiTSo

I suspect it is two years (24 month) but the 6+ is just another way of … I suspect it is two years (24 month) but the 6+ is just another way of stating an upfront payment.


You can always have them requote on a 1+23 or a 1+35 of you prefer but obviously the monthly cost goes up.

So the actual monthly cost is £165 which is represented by the op's total


Edited by: "madmarman" 16th Oct 2014

madmarman

So the actual monthly cost is £165


The equivalent cost is.
It's similar to say a mobile phone being £99 up front plus 24 month contract of £38.
Difference is you don't keep the car(phone).

There are loads of great deals out there and this is certainly one of them. It's a no brainer. Why would you ever want to own a depreciating asset. Unless you buy a car and keep it 15 years it simply dosnt make sense not to lease. Unless of course you do high mileage every year. This deal is prob for 10k a year which is the norm.

Thank ,I understand now ,still a cracking deal .

Quite tempted by this.

Whats to look out for contract hire ? I.e upon returning. What are the additional costs someone can face.

The returning vehicle needs to adhere to their returns policy. Which you can request a copy of prior to lease. Which shows what is allowed (minor scratches, slight wear n tear) or other damages which you will need to pay for e.g. Scuffs on alloy wheels, dents etc..

Just a heads up.. Some of these car leases which are cheaper than normal require a excellent credit rating and sometimes need a car allowance from your employer to qualify.

I own the 1.6 petrol and get 40mpg around town and 47mpg on a run, who needs a diesel and all the DPF issues!

Does it come with a DPF ...and everything else that comes with a DPF ?

Sorry to ask again. Is the initial deposit at risk if the leasing company goes bust?

I.e if the co goes bust after 12 months you effectively would be paying £204 a month ( 18 * 135.99)
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