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Ford Kuga Estate 1.5 EcoBoost ST-Line Edition - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £1290 initial + £214.99pm + £120 admin = £6355 @ Leasing Options
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Ford Kuga Estate 1.5 EcoBoost ST-Line Edition - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £1290 initial + £214.99pm + £120 admin = £6355 @ Leasing Options

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Posted 5th Jul

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Good price for this Ford Kuga Estate 1.5 EcoBoost ST-Line Edition 5dr 2WD on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. Works out at 21.4% of £29.7k list price - £214.99 per month (6+23 profile), plus £1,289.94 initial payment and £120 admin fee so a total of £6,354.71. Can add a maintenance package for an extra £17 per month. Is in stock ready for delivery, with in stock colours including Magnetic, Moondust Silver, Shadow Black and Stealth.

Specs include metallic paint, 19" Grey Alloys, Keyless Entry, large rear spoiler, half Leather Interior, Privacy Glass, electric panoramic roof, Red Brake Calipers, Black Roof Rails, Park Assist, Front and Rear Parking Sensors, Apple CarPlay / Android Auto. Also road tax and 12 month breakdown assistance included.



Ford Kuga Estate 1.5 EcoBoost ST-Line Edition 5dr 2WD

  • 6 x 23 payment profile
  • 8,000 miles per annum
  • £1289.94 upfront payment
  • 23 monthly payments of £214.99 (£232.99 with maintenance)
  • £120 admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £6354.71 or £264.77 net per month
  • Petrol
  • Gearbox Manual
  • 39.8 MPG combined

List price £29,690


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Ford Kuga price list/specs for info including ST-Line Edition

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isitarealdeal05/07/2019 13:18

Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but n …Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but never own it ?



isitarealdeal05/07/2019 15:48

To me people just love debt paying for something that will never be yours …To me people just love debt paying for something that will never be yours is madJust get a cheaper car


Extrapolate the cost of maintenance on older cars on a year-on-year basis, and to be honest, leasing makes a lot of sense.

Comparing another SUV, admittedly an older one, but my Mini Cooper S (Countryman) cost me £10,500 second hand 4 years ago. It's probably worth about £5.5k now, but each year, it's needed around £400 of work doing (first year was a walnut shell blast to decoke the engine, second year was an oil volume control harness, third year was the high pressure fuel pump, and last week the passenger door lock actuator decided to stay deadlocked).

That fuel pump was £360 (with a 10% ebay code), and the door lock has a retail of £170 (though for some mad reason there is a BMW dealer selling them for £19.99 on eBay). Luckily I'm handy with a socket set so I was able to fit both items but otherwise kiss goodbye to another £200 a time.

I've also needed four new tyres (at £90 each for Avon ZV7s, discounted), four new alloy wheels (as the diamond cut ones had corroded away and it was cheaper to get new wheels than refurb the diamond cut ones). I've changed the discs and pads myself to save money. Plus there's VED at around £155 a year.

So that's:
£1250 depreciation
£155 VED
£400 a year on something to go wrong
£200 on routine maintenance

£2005 a year to run around in a nine year old car, that while I still enjoy it, doesn't have half the creature comforts a newer vehicle would have, has question marks on something going wrong and landing me with a massive bill, and I have to spend time and effort on a weekend doing the maintenance.

Vowed I would never buy a brand new car again (had a Clio in 2009 through the scrappage scheme) but can certainly see the appeal of paying extra to lease something new every two years.

As others have said, leasing is a good route to having use of a brand new car every couple of years, if you're into bangernomics it's probably not for you, but both the Mini and my project MR2 have cost me some serious cash. You may get lucky with a 14 year old Civic and never need to change anything other than tyres, but on the balance of probability, I wouldn't count on it.
Edited by: "Bossworld" 5th Jul
isitarealdeal05/07/2019 13:18

Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but n …Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but never own it ?


It depends on how often you change your car. If you are happy to keep a car for 4+ years then leasing isn't for you, if you change your car every 2 or 3 years then leasing generally works out cheaper than purchasing.

If you purchase a car for £20k and after 3 years you trade in or sell for £9k it has cost you £11k to own that car for the 3 year period. If you lease the same car for 3 years and pay £250 a month you have only spent £9k on owning the car for the same period, a £2k saving. Whether you ever own the car or not is irrelevant.
xanoas05/07/2019 13:40

8k is literally nothing, I'm restricted to 7k by my insurance and its …8k is literally nothing, I'm restricted to 7k by my insurance and its painful.


No, it's literally 8,000 miles.
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Oh blimey this is very tempting. Cracking price for ST line
Much better deal than your previous Focus deal @Chanchi32!

EDIT: As the car was not a semi-auto/automatic and just a plain manual, the deal is less attractive but still £825 cheaper to lease than to own outright over the same period (assuming you did 10k miles/year on the owned car).
Edited by: "m5rcc" 5th Jul
Looks a decent deal chinchi. Voted hot
The Initial payment isnt a "deposit" its an up front payment

"Your first payment is calculated in multiples of your monthly rental. Choosing a larger initial rental makes your monthly payments smaller. This is part of your contract and is not a deposit. It is non-refundable and is usually taken within 14 days of your vehicle being delivered."
Edited by: "jb66" 5th Jul
"Gearbox Semi-Auto" - I think this is a manual, not a "semi-auto".

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Edited by: "m5rcc" 5th Jul
Very hot - nice deal
m5rcc05/07/2019 12:47

"Gearbox Semi-Auto" - I think this is a manual, not a "semi-auto".[Image]




amended cheers
rdajackson05/07/2019 12:39

Oh blimey this is very tempting. Cracking price for ST line


It's an Edition model too - bit more on the Extras list
  • 19" 5x2-spoke "Rock Metallic" alloy wheel
  • Large spoiler
  • Red brake calipers
  • Black mirror caps
  • Power Opening Panorama Roof
  • Keyless Entry
mrew4205/07/2019 12:52

It's an Edition model too - bit more on the Extras list19" 5x2-spoke "Rock …It's an Edition model too - bit more on the Extras list19" 5x2-spoke "Rock Metallic" alloy wheelLarge spoilerRed brake calipersBlack mirror capsPower Opening Panorama RoofKeyless Entry


I WANT
rdajackson05/07/2019 12:53

I WANT


I would have this if I didn't have 8 months to go on my Tiguan
Stonking deal! Would be all over this if I didn’t have six months left on my current lease when no doubt all these recent deals will have ended
Nice deal. 150bhp on this engine, shame it’s not better economy or power. Anyone know if this is AWD?
Once again... you can only do 8k miles/annum. That's no where near enough. Because I'm so great, I do 2x that in leisure miles.
coalfield05/07/2019 13:08

Nice deal. 150bhp on this engine, shame it’s not better economy or power. A …Nice deal. 150bhp on this engine, shame it’s not better economy or power. Anyone know if this is AWD?


2WD
Awesome deal , heat added
Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but never own it ?
How long for delivery, also is there an auto equivalent?
isitarealdeal05/07/2019 13:18

Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but n …Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but never own it ?



isitarealdeal05/07/2019 13:18

Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but n …Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but never own it ?


For people who drive a lot of distance leasing is the best option, for low mileage users it’s not worth leasing it’s better to own the car.

Lots of low mileage people like it though for vanity reasons, ie I get a new car every few years....
Edited by: "cmdr_elito" 5th Jul
isitarealdeal05/07/2019 13:18

Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but n …Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but never own it ?


It depends on how often you change your car. If you are happy to keep a car for 4+ years then leasing isn't for you, if you change your car every 2 or 3 years then leasing generally works out cheaper than purchasing.

If you purchase a car for £20k and after 3 years you trade in or sell for £9k it has cost you £11k to own that car for the 3 year period. If you lease the same car for 3 years and pay £250 a month you have only spent £9k on owning the car for the same period, a £2k saving. Whether you ever own the car or not is irrelevant.
8ANNED05/07/2019 13:09

Once again... you can only do 8k miles/annum. That's no where near enough. …Once again... you can only do 8k miles/annum. That's no where near enough. Because I'm so great, I do 2x that in leisure miles.


8k is literally nothing, I'm restricted to 7k by my insurance and its painful.
konkywonky05/07/2019 13:29

Whether you ever own the car or not is irrelevant.


Never has a statement so true been so argued against by so many...
xanoas05/07/2019 13:40

8k is literally nothing, I'm restricted to 7k by my insurance and its …8k is literally nothing, I'm restricted to 7k by my insurance and its painful.


Under the average though...
konkywonky05/07/2019 13:29

It depends on how often you change your car. If you are happy to keep a …It depends on how often you change your car. If you are happy to keep a car for 4+ years then leasing isn't for you, if you change your car every 2 or 3 years then leasing generally works out cheaper than purchasing.If you purchase a car for £20k and after 3 years you trade in or sell for £9k it has cost you £11k to own that car for the 3 year period. If you lease the same car for 3 years and pay £250 a month you have only spent £9k on owning the car for the same period, a £2k saving. Whether you ever own the car or not is irrelevant.


Also remember that very few people actually own their vehicles, normally there is some loan, PCP etc so you can only say you have bought it when you owe nothing, until that point you are kind of leasing but paying off capital as you go. I like newish cars and over the last 10 years lost in excess of £30k to depreciation, interest charges etc, so for me leasing was a good proposition when the right deal came along, leasing 2-3 years ago was far more attractive, prices have crept up the last couple of years.Back to this deal, when did a normal ford car cost almost £30k, surely you can buy these alot cheaper, it was always the norm when I bought cars to knock at least 20% off the list price of any ford, if in reality you can pick these up for more like mid to low 20s it does impact the leasing value against buying outright over the same term.

Personally I think that leasing is better for low mileage drivers, you do high mileage and the prices normally rocket, better off buying a vehicle a few years old and keeping it, racking up the mileage, on the other hand if you do low mileage and buy a car outright your money each day is literally rolling down the drive as the vehicle your not even using depreciates.
Edited by: "margamboy" 5th Jul
m5rcc05/07/2019 13:43

Under the average though...


Yeah, but not for me, if I had unrestricted miles, I'd probably be doing 20k miles at least.
xanoas05/07/2019 13:47

Yeah, but not for me, if I had unrestricted miles, I'd probably be doing …Yeah, but not for me, if I had unrestricted miles, I'd probably be doing 20k miles at least.


Why have you been restricted by your insurers?
m5rcc05/07/2019 13:48

Why have you been restricted by your insurers?


Blackbox insurance, under 21 and I live in London, only way to get unrestricted insurance is to fork out 4k.
cmdr_elito05/07/2019 13:28

For people who drive a lot of distance leasing is the best option, for low …For people who drive a lot of distance leasing is the best option, for low mileage users it’s not worth leasing it’s better to own the car.Lots of low mileage people like it though for vanity reasons, ie I get a new car every few years....


Bingo.

Yep, I did get mine for vanity reasons. I had never had the opportunity of driving a new car, never mind being able to use it daily. My 12yr old Honda CR-V was showing it's age and she would have needed a lot of work to pass her MOT - so I decided to sell her and, for probably the one and only time in my life, have the use of a new car.
xanoas05/07/2019 13:40

8k is literally nothing, I'm restricted to 7k by my insurance and its …8k is literally nothing, I'm restricted to 7k by my insurance and its painful.


Perfect for me, I only do 6k miles a year. All for pleasure, no commuting, no sitting in traffic etc etc
isitarealdeal05/07/2019 13:18

Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but n …Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but never own it ?



Here's a simple equation for you.

(COST OF VEHICLE + RUNNING COSTS) - CURRENT VALUE / MONTHS OWNED = MONTHLY COST

Work that equation out for any type of car ownership and see how small the difference is depending on the type of car you buy, miles driven etc.

For our usage profile and type of car it works out roughly the same whether bought or leased.
uczmeg05/07/2019 13:41

Never has a statement so true been so argued against by so many...


You have to question whether we all truly own anything or are just custodians for a short time, houses, cars etc. They all eventually go to somebody else.
New model out soon, FYI. Good deal, though.
isitarealdeal05/07/2019 13:18

Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but n …Why do people think it’s best to lease a car when you pay all that but never own it ?


Would you buy a house that you know is going to go down in value?

'If it appreciates, buy it. If it depreciates, lease it' - J. Paul Getty
Els1e05/07/2019 13:55

Bingo.Yep, I did get mine for vanity reasons. I had never had the …Bingo.Yep, I did get mine for vanity reasons. I had never had the opportunity of driving a new car, never mind being able to use it daily. My 12yr old Honda CR-V was showing it's age and she would have needed a lot of work to pass her MOT - so I decided to sell her and, for probably the one and only time in my life, have the use of a new car.


What did you trade it in for, if you don’t mind me asking? My Civic is also 12 years old, Might stick with a Japanese vehicle
xanoas05/07/2019 13:40

8k is literally nothing, I'm restricted to 7k by my insurance and its …8k is literally nothing, I'm restricted to 7k by my insurance and its painful.


No, it's literally 8,000 miles.
You can keep the keyless entry - Fords/BMWs/Mercs are vanishing around here because of that. IMO it's simply not worth the risk considering clicking a button on a key isn't hard work.
HaroFreestyler05/07/2019 14:11

Perfect for me, I only do 6k miles a year. All for pleasure, no commuting, …Perfect for me, I only do 6k miles a year. All for pleasure, no commuting, no sitting in traffic etc etc


I just love your user name...I am in awe.
sav2505/07/2019 15:22

You can keep the keyless entry - Fords/BMWs/Mercs are vanishing around …You can keep the keyless entry - Fords/BMWs/Mercs are vanishing around here because of that. IMO it's simply not worth the risk considering clicking a button on a key isn't hard work.



And it would appear the insurance companies aren't bothered by it, why should you be? If it's nicked, you get another new one...!
Damn, ive been looking at the kuga but for £240 a month for a new car?! thats a pretty sick deal - good job i just put my beemer up for sale!
Amazing price that!
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