Honda Jazz £35.46 a month on a 24m lease with £2400 deposit & Admin Fee £239.99 @ NVS (5000 miles per year)
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Honda Jazz £35.46 a month on a 24m lease with £2400 deposit & Admin Fee £239.99 @ NVS (5000 miles per year)

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Found 23rd Feb
I came across this one when looking at some leasing deals. Would suit someone who has enough to put the deposit down but then has very little to pay each month.


Honda Jazz Hatchback 1.3 I-VTEC EX 5dr


Note this is for 5000 miles a month which is pretty much what I do. You can of course go for 10k miles per year at around £55 a month.

Also got:

HONDA CIVIC HATCHBACK - 1.0 VTEC Turbo SE 5dr - £108 a month
nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/Hon…306

SEAT IBIZA1.0 SE Technology 5dr - £93 a month
nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/Sea…982
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winchman27 m ago

If you do 5000 a year, would a bus pass not be cheaper and the odd taxi?


Be cheaper but not very convenient to get to work, take the kids to school and carry all your weekly shopping in. Have you ever tried all that on the bus? And yes that can all be done within 5,000 miles if you don't work too far from home.
ws00733 m ago

Then how the hell is it called a deposit?


The word 'deposit' seems to have been hijacked in normal use and is assumed to be something you can get back, as in a rent deposit. In actuality it's a part payment up front and since it forms part of what's actually owed, you clearly aren't entitled to have it back. Hope that helps.
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5000 miles a year.
5000 miles a month. Wow.
In fairness you can get 10000 for £55 so still a decent deal but it's a massive deposit so about 4k for 2 years is about standard.
A great price. I tried to post the Central UK leasing deal which I saw a few days ago & was about the same price as this but they are a banned site.
I'm surprised nobody has said 'I'd be all over this only for that deposit' or similar.

It's £145 a month in reality, still pretty decent for a good car like this.
Someone is trying to steal your heat 5hooey

It's a race to see which one hits 100 degrees first, and then of course all the sheep will have you up to 1000 degrees in no time.
Edited by: "ezzer72" 23rd Feb
ezzer725 m ago

Someone is trying to steal your heat 5hooey It's a race to see which …Someone is trying to steal your heat 5hooey It's a race to see which one hits 100 degrees first, and then of course all the sheep will have you up to 1000 degrees in no time.


Ah, but there is also there is the "You won't own the car" or the "buy a 10 year old BMW" sheep who will vote it cold.
If you do 5000 a year, would a bus pass not be cheaper and the odd taxi?
winchman27 m ago

If you do 5000 a year, would a bus pass not be cheaper and the odd taxi?


Be cheaper but not very convenient to get to work, take the kids to school and carry all your weekly shopping in. Have you ever tried all that on the bus? And yes that can all be done within 5,000 miles if you don't work too far from home.
Is it an automatic ??
The sucker punch is > £2400 deposit & Admin Fee £239.99. Not the way I'd want to play it. If you have that money spare then make use of it instead of handing it all over first and if you do want to hand over the cash straight away then get GAP insurance.
Is insurance also including
forgive me if its a silly question but do they return this deposit at the end of the lease?
aiman2223 m ago

forgive me if its a silly question but do they return this deposit at the …forgive me if its a silly question but do they return this deposit at the end of the lease?


No
sio1 h, 21 m ago

No


Then how the hell is it called a deposit?
aiman2221 h, 29 m ago

forgive me if its a silly question but do they return this deposit at the …forgive me if its a silly question but do they return this deposit at the end of the lease?


Yep, of course, and keep all your fuel receipts and they'll refund them too!
ws0076 m ago

Then how the hell is it called a deposit?


Because you deposit it. Sorry if it’s confusing.
ws00716 m ago

Then how the hell is it called a deposit?



Rastafari10 m ago

Because you deposit it. Sorry if it’s confusing.


It's not called a deposit. It's called an initial payment.

Still can't understand why people who post these kind of lease deals use the term "deposit"
ws00733 m ago

Then how the hell is it called a deposit?


The word 'deposit' seems to have been hijacked in normal use and is assumed to be something you can get back, as in a rent deposit. In actuality it's a part payment up front and since it forms part of what's actually owed, you clearly aren't entitled to have it back. Hope that helps.
ws0072 h, 24 m ago

Then how the hell is it called a deposit?


Have you ever bought a house?
marcussimmonite12 h, 52 m ago

Have you ever bought a house?


I reckon this is more akin to a shed (Just an attempt at humour).
Ian_Owen-46210.806238 h, 14 m ago

The word 'deposit' seems to have been hijacked in normal use and is …The word 'deposit' seems to have been hijacked in normal use and is assumed to be something you can get back, as in a rent deposit. In actuality it's a part payment up front and since it forms part of what's actually owed, you clearly aren't entitled to have it back. Hope that helps.


Next they'll be calling it a down-payment and folks will be wondering why they have to give the car back at the end of the term.
winchman12 h, 33 m ago

If you do 5000 a year, would a bus pass not be cheaper and the odd taxi?


I'm still undecided about leasing, so haven't voted.

However, also do less that 5000 a year and if I got a taxi, just to work and back, it would cost £10 a day; that's £5200 over two years (provided they arrive on time, especially when the weather is bad).
Bus pass would cost me £18 a week; that's £1872 over two years, cheaper, but would take about an hour there and an hour back - bus plus walking - for what's a 15min car journey.

Haven't taken off holiday's, but that's easily taken up with shopping, picking up and dropping off the kids to various events. Convenience, cost (time or money) and that around 40% of UK drivers do 6000 or less per year makes the cheaper deal attractive, but each to their own circumstance.
Edited by: "Rawtec" 24th Feb
winchman13 h, 33 m ago

If you do 5000 a year, would a bus pass not be cheaper and the odd taxi?


I work from home 2 days a week. Office 3 days a week. My commute to work is via motorway, a roads and b roads, 30 mile round trip. A little bit of driving around town but most weekend driving in the wife's car. I do between 4-5000 per year in mine. Would cost a fortune and take about 2 hours to get to my work on public transport. Takes 25 mins in my car. So this is a good deal. If all u want is a set of cheap wheels. Heat from me.
Not a Corsa
Ian_Owen-46210.8062317 h, 14 m ago

The word 'deposit' seems to have been hijacked in normal use and is …The word 'deposit' seems to have been hijacked in normal use and is assumed to be something you can get back, as in a rent deposit. In actuality it's a part payment up front and since it forms part of what's actually owed, you clearly aren't entitled to have it back. Hope that helps.


To be fair it's only the general public that keeps calling it a deposit, the actual sellers call it an "Initial Rental".
ws00723rd Feb

Then how the hell is it called a deposit?


It should be stated as initial payment or initial rental. Deposit is the term for PCP where you're paying towards ownership. But you dont get it back in a PCP either.
m5rcc24th Feb

I think one would be better off with the 8k option for only £132.91 extra …I think one would be better off with the 8k option for only £132.91 extra over the whole term (£3,455.57 v £3,588.48):[Image]



so hope this is still available. waiting for a call back
m5rcc24th Feb

I think one would be better off with the 8k option for only £132.91 extra …I think one would be better off with the 8k option for only £132.91 extra over the whole term (£3,455.57 v £3,588.48):[Image]


Do you know with poor or fair credit can get leasing? My bills everything good. Problem is less than 6 month with bank account here
marcio.demenezes37 m ago

Do you know with poor or fair credit can get leasing? My bills everything …Do you know with poor or fair credit can get leasing? My bills everything good. Problem is less than 6 month with bank account here


As with any form of credit, best to check your rating and evaluate prior to application.
I'm very keen on the idea of leasing but my concern is how long the delivery times are on some of these deals and the prospect of being unable to arrange a new lease in good time to avoid being car-less at the end of the current lease deal. Anyone with any experience of this who can offer advice?
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