Hyundai i30 £136.80 per month, no deposit, 18 month lease. Total cost £2,462.40 @ Mad Sheep Leasing
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Hyundai i30 £136.80 per month, no deposit, 18 month lease. Total cost £2,462.40 @ Mad Sheep Leasing

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Found 1st Feb
Excellent deal with no deposit for a lease vehicle
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    Original Poster
    So it genuinely scares me that people are so bothered about a deal being 'stolen'.

    No, I didn't see the deal posted prior to posting my own.

    People on this site act as if we are paid to post a deal and by posting a variation of a deal I would be gaining something from this, which clearly doesn't happen.

    In addition, a deal mentioned in the comments of another deal isn't great. If you are scrolling through and see a deal with a large deposit, and can't afford it, would you click the deal on the off chance someone has commented with a different deal? No.

    Everybody needs to just 'chill out'. Either you think it's hot or cold but truth is, from a personal point, I don't care whether it's hot or cold if it saves one person money. That's the point of this site.

    Thanks all
    Edited by: "seancharles" 2nd Feb
    Bit naughty stealing someone else’s deal....
    Original Poster
    krabople1 m ago

    Thanks, but already posted …Thanks, but already posted here:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hyundai-i30-lease-for-94-per-month-initial-payment-of-85320-mad-sheep-leasing-270479-total-2887601#comment-33182328


    Different deal, that has a large deposit and is overall more expensive
    seancharles48 m ago

    Different deal, that has a large deposit and is overall more expensive


    You stole it from there.. pathetic no credits to person who found.
    Edited by: "vassy4u" 1st Feb
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    Original Poster
    krabople1 m ago

    Thanks, but already posted …Thanks, but already posted here:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hyundai-i30-lease-for-94-per-month-initial-payment-of-85320-mad-sheep-leasing-270479-total-2887601#comment-33182328


    Different deal, that has a large deposit and is overall more expensive
    Apologies in advance but I don't know anything about leases.

    Do you have to pay for any scheduled services during the term of the lease?

    And if so does anyone know if this is at 12 months and roughly how much it is?

    Thanks
    adr0ck2 m ago

    Apologies in advance but I don't know anything about leases.Do you have to …Apologies in advance but I don't know anything about leases.Do you have to pay for any scheduled services during the term of the lease?And if so does anyone know if this is at 12 months and roughly how much it is?Thanks

    Yes you do. You'll have to check with official Hyundai service dept
    seancharles4 m ago

    Different deal, that has a large deposit and is overall more expensive

    But its been mentioned & discussed there
    seancharles5 m ago

    Different deal, that has a large deposit and is overall more expensive


    Missed a processing fee of £240
    My lease vehicle doesn't need a service until 20k miles or 2 years. As my lease is 18months and 12k miles I won't have to service it . Hope this helps.
    Bit naughty stealing someone else’s deal....
    Looks like OP is jumping on the bandwagon, This deal already been mention
    Edited by: "786simon" 1st Feb
    seancharles48 m ago

    Different deal, that has a large deposit and is overall more expensive


    You stole it from there.. pathetic no credits to person who found.
    Edited by: "vassy4u" 1st Feb
    s2_ytb21 m ago

    Bit naughty stealing someone else’s deal....


    Not the same deal. Learn to math.
    786simon15 m ago

    Looks like OP is jumping on the bandwagon, This deal already been mention


    Nope.
    kumpis233 m ago

    Not the same deal. Learn to math.


    I think you need to learn various subjects.
    kumpis234 m ago

    Not the same deal. Learn to math.

    Learn to Math??
    They have "previous" for acting illegally to get low price lease deals.....

    whatcar.com/new…em/
    ezzer729 m ago

    I think you need to learn various subjects.


    Not sure if very poor sarcasm or just stupid.
    Deals are about comparing numbers. It's not the same deal if the numbers aren't the same. Clearly mathematics. But really it was a joke.
    Gollywood37 m ago

    Learn to Math??


    Learn to mathe hahahaha nice one
    philrrobinson1 h, 22 m ago

    My lease vehicle doesn't need a service until 20k miles or 2 years. As my …My lease vehicle doesn't need a service until 20k miles or 2 years. As my lease is 18months and 12k miles I won't have to service it . Hope this helps.


    Really? I guess you'll have you check T&Cs
    Good deal on an OK car - got to be hot whatever you think of the OP!
    dealerxxx38 m ago

    Learn to mathe hahahaha nice one


    Must be a Yank!
    Hey Deal Stealer. You didn't even find it, you saw one of the comments and cribbed it. Didn't even pay homage to the person who did the work.

    Bet you used to copy other peoples homework too.
    My apologies if my quest will sound silly for u experts, as Im new to lease concept, 8k miles annual allowance means I have to watch my miles for the first 12 month, and then 6 months drive the remaining 8k miles? Or can I drive it 8k first 9months and then 8k more for the remaining time of lease? Thanks
    Edited by: "sardorpul" 2nd Feb
    adr0ck8 h, 26 m ago

    Apologies in advance but I don't know anything about leases.Do you have to …Apologies in advance but I don't know anything about leases.Do you have to pay for any scheduled services during the term of the lease?And if so does anyone know if this is at 12 months and roughly how much it is?Thanks


    The servicing will be based on the manufactures specifications or every 12 months whichever comes first so it will depend on the car and the amount of miles you do. Example - I leased a Nissan which needed servicing every 18k so I only needed to service it once a year because I did 15k.

    Most lease companies will offer an extra monthly fee called a maintenance pack which will cover this. Again the cost changes dependant on the car and mileage. It normally covers tyres but only wear and tear not damage. So if you pick up a nail for example in the section of the tyre they are not allowed to repair your paying for a replacement.
    Edited by: "luvsadeal" 2nd Feb
    Original Poster
    So it genuinely scares me that people are so bothered about a deal being 'stolen'.

    No, I didn't see the deal posted prior to posting my own.

    People on this site act as if we are paid to post a deal and by posting a variation of a deal I would be gaining something from this, which clearly doesn't happen.

    In addition, a deal mentioned in the comments of another deal isn't great. If you are scrolling through and see a deal with a large deposit, and can't afford it, would you click the deal on the off chance someone has commented with a different deal? No.

    Everybody needs to just 'chill out'. Either you think it's hot or cold but truth is, from a personal point, I don't care whether it's hot or cold if it saves one person money. That's the point of this site.

    Thanks all
    Edited by: "seancharles" 2nd Feb
    That's not a bad price at all, but why so many 18 month deals. I don't really fancy shopping for a new car every year - might impress the neighbours, but it's quite a faff.
    seancharles1 h, 28 m ago

    So it genuinely scares me that people are so bothered about a deal being …So it genuinely scares me that people are so bothered about a deal being 'stolen'.No, I didn't see the deal posted prior to posting my own. People on this site act as if we are paid to post a deal and by posting a variation of a deal I would be gaining something from this, which clearly doesn't happen.In addition, a deal mentioned in the comments of another deal isn't great. If you are scrolling through and see a deal with a large deposit, and can't afford it, would you click the deal on the off chance someone has commented with a different deal? No.Everybody needs to just 'chill out'. Either you think it's hot or cold but truth is, from a personal point, I don't care whether it's hot or cold if it saves one person money. That's the point of this site.Thanks all


    Well said!! I was scrolling through reading all these ‘stolen posts’ and was going to post something similar. Grow up everyone!!
    Just to say that actually I do go through posts I know aren’t right for me because people do post , “ this one is cheaper” links. Got my new sim only deal exactly that way this week
    kumpis2310 h, 7 m ago

    Not the same deal. Learn to math.


    Haha, very few of us here are going to get that reference. God forbid you try to explain it to them.
    sardorpul4 h, 27 m ago

    My apologies if my quest will sound silly for u experts, as Im new to …My apologies if my quest will sound silly for u experts, as Im new to lease concept, 8k miles annual allowance means I have to watch my miles for the first 12 month, and then 6 months drive the remaining 8k miles? Or can I drive it 9k first 9months and then 9k more for the remaining time of lease? Thanks


    Good question, 8k for the first year I would say. But the last 6 remaining months maybe 4k?
    KiNG1 h, 6 m ago

    Good question, 8k for the first year I would say. But the last 6 remaining …Good question, 8k for the first year I would say. But the last 6 remaining months maybe 4k?


    You can drive your allocation of 12,000 miles in one year and park it on your drive for the rest of the term... it doesn't matter as the total allowance per annum is only a guideline that allows you to work out the total mileage allowance over the lease.

    No one checks yearly to see if you've stuck to the ___ miles per annum mileage as it's not a limit. It's up to you to decide how you use the car and how you stick to the total mileage allowance over the lease.

    Plus you can pay the excess mileage allowance which is usually very reasonable (a few pence per mile) if you need to go over your allowance.

    Sometimes it's cheaper to take a lease with say 5000/8000 miles per annum and pay the excess mileage to get it to say 10k per annum than taking out a straight 10k per annum deal!
    Edited by: "jUsT2eXy" 2nd Feb
    Is 18 month terms generally the cheapest leasing terms? I assume because it has the highest residuals at the end?
    Both deals add up to the same amount you just didn't include the processing fee in your deal...this is the SAME DEAL
    jUsT2eXy2 h, 8 m ago

    Sometimes it's cheaper to take a lease with say 5000/8000 miles per annum …Sometimes it's cheaper to take a lease with say 5000/8000 miles per annum and pay the excess mileage to get it to say 10k per annum than taking out a straight 10k per annum deal!


    Some lease companies have cracked down on that loophole, restricting it only 10% excess mileage.
    Mad Sheep
    More like Cowboys...

    Do not trust them , delays and dodgy dealings
    Nobody is commenting about the car...
    May I just ask, if you take out a lease car like this. What happens if your circumstances change? I assume, like a mobile phone contact, you are still liable for the whole monthly payment till the agreement finishes?
    The S model is start of the range, has steel wheels with plastic trims. That said, it's still a good deal and voted HOT
    Questions:

    1. Is the car brand new? 17 plate?
    2. What happens after 18 month?

    Thanks
    sold out?
    seancharles16 h, 21 m ago

    Different deal, that has a large deposit and is overall more expensive



    Imagine that eh? Accusing you of theft (or is it palgirism ) and not correctly doing their research...shame on them
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