Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDi Blue Drive S 2WD £5032.50 for 2 year Lease Nationwide Vehilce contracts
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Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDi Blue Drive S 2WD £5032.50 for 2 year Lease Nationwide Vehilce contracts

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Found 13th Mar 2017
Initial Rental £1,000.20 Incl VAT
Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl VAT
then 23 payments of £166.70 per month

In Stock, looks a good size car for the money Only downside is that its 6000 miles per annum
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6000 miles is too low for 99% of people....
m4rky2011

6000 miles is too low for 99% of people....



Ah - didn't take long for the mandatory 'sweeping statement'.
m4rky2011

6000 miles is too low for 99% of people....


As most people know, at additional cost, you add more miles or opt to pay the excess mileage. You cannot expect the OP to post all the mileage options to suit you.
m4rky2011

6000 miles is too low for 99% of people....



If the average is 10-12k a year, then 6k is probably good for at least one in four, no?
£5,188 total cost for 8,000 miles at 3 + 23. That's about £800 more over the 2 years than the Focus lease deal that's been posted about 73 times recently. This looks like a lot more car for your money, but I'm no expert.
Looks quite nice...bit like a Mazda CX5. However 0-60 in 13.7sec not so good.
paypeanuts

£5,188 total cost for 8,000 miles at 3 + 23. That's about £800 more over t … £5,188 total cost for 8,000 miles at 3 + 23. That's about £800 more over the 2 years than the Focus lease deal that's been posted about 73 times recently. This looks like a lot more car for your money, but I'm no expert.


I took one of these last month when my Focus Titanium went back ( I kept it for an extra year because I liked it) although mine is the NAV. I'm getting 48/50mpg but not run in yet 600 miles so far. I wouldn't go back to a Focus but I miss the keyless start and auto wipers and heated front screen yet the lane assist , built in tomtom and reversing camera way make up for them. I was amazed how the bottom of the range Hyundai had more better features than the ford. It's a much bigger car so I doubt I will get the 58mpg I got from the focus but all in all I would recommend it. Previous cars for me have been Freelander 2, Range Rover Sport, Vauxhall Tigra, Nissan 200sx, Jag XJS 3.6, Izusi MU, Renault clio, Toyota HiLux, Fiat Ducato. I would rate the Hyundai top of the list if you can swallow the cheap car innuendo.
From reading the specs on the Hyundai website, this model is the S which doesn't come with reversing camera, sat nav or lane assist.
Sell.Me

Looks quite nice...bit like a Mazda CX5. However 0-60 in 13.7sec not so … Looks quite nice...bit like a Mazda CX5. However 0-60 in 13.7sec not so good.



I think that might be a brochure error, the Sportage with the same engine is 11.1s if I recall correctly, and they are pretty much the same car.

Also, 0-60 isn't an important measurement for a diesel SUV in my opinion, the Sportage pulls nicely for what it is.
Edited by: "ezzer72" 13th Mar 2017
incrediblechunk

From reading the specs on the Hyundai website, this model is the S which … From reading the specs on the Hyundai website, this model is the S which doesn't come with reversing camera, sat nav or lane assist.



That's right, but it is the cheapest version.
I agree, was just responding to nougat as it was suggested they were included in this deal. I got all excited for a minute.
ezzer72

That's right, but it is the cheapest version.



The SE Nav is available for about £20 p.m. more.
nationwidevehiclecontracts.co.uk/Hyu…-se

Edited by: "Gozer" 13th Mar 2017
incrediblechunk

I agree, was just responding to nougat as it was suggested they were … I agree, was just responding to nougat as it was suggested they were included in this deal. I got all excited for a minute.


"although mine is the NAV" I didn't realise mine wasn't the most basic model
Edited by: "nougat" 13th Mar 2017
I got mine through gateway2lease similar to this deal but for 2 years apparently first quarter is the best time to start a lease
If the mileage on this deal is not enough worth figuring out what the excess charge per mile is over the agreed 6,000 limit. My Kia Niro is 6.5p per mile, above the 5,000 agreed lease limit.

So 1,000 miles = £65 at the end of the contract. Or 10,000 = £650, so don't knock it until you know the fine print.
Bilbo1968

Ah - didn't take long for the mandatory 'sweeping statement'.



Sweeping statement!!! No my personal opinion!
skip112

If the mileage on this deal is not enough worth figuring out what the … If the mileage on this deal is not enough worth figuring out what the excess charge per mile is over the agreed 6,000 limit. My Kia Niro is 6.5p per mile, above the 5,000 agreed lease limit. So 1,000 miles = £65 at the end of the contract. Or 10,000 = £650, so don't knock it until you know the fine print.



Some, but not all, lease companies will not allow you to go over 10% of the prescribed annual mileage.
6klol
m4rky2011

6000 miles is too low for 99% of people....



I only do 5k miles a year.

And I know plenty of people that do low miles, far more than 1%.
Edited by: "HaroFreestyler" 14th Mar 2017
I only do 5k miles a year too
I got a great deal when I leased my car but I wouldn't post it on here because the p/mile brigade would have a fit!
(apparently you're not allowed to have a nice car if you do a low mileage)
FocusST

I only do 5k miles a year. :)And I know plenty of people that do low … I only do 5k miles a year. :)And I know plenty of people that do low miles, far more than 1%.



I'm not bothered how many miles you do a year... my point was that 6k is very low for this to be a deal... your basically paying for it to sit on your drive and the give it back!!! I must have missed the part that you are no longer entitled to an opinion on this site!
m4rky2011

I'm not bothered how many miles you do a year... my point was that 6k is … I'm not bothered how many miles you do a year... my point was that 6k is very low for this to be a deal... your basically paying for it to sit on your drive and the give it back!!! I must have missed the part that you are no longer entitled to an opinion on this site!



You tried to state a fact by saying 99% of people do more miles, if it was just opinion you would say "I imagine not many people would do such low miles" etc. When you use numbers to quantify a statement it's supposedly a fact.
KnightInd2000

I only do 5k miles a year too :pI got a great deal when I leased my car … I only do 5k miles a year too :pI got a great deal when I leased my car but I wouldn't post it on here because the p/mile brigade would have a fit!(apparently you're not allowed to have a nice car if you do a low mileage)



+1, my car is on PCP and the cost of it vs the miles I do would give most people on here a heart attack, so I wouldn't post it either unless it would help someone.
FocusST

You tried to state a fact by saying 99% of people do more miles, if it … You tried to state a fact by saying 99% of people do more miles, if it was just opinion you would say "I imagine not many people would do such low miles" etc. When you use numbers to quantify a statement it's supposedly a fact.



I assume that you can quantify the exact figure when you refer to 1% ?
m4rky2011

I assume that you can quantify the exact figure when you refer to 1% ?


As requested:
statista.com/sta…uk/
Bertz99

As … As requested:https://www.statista.com/statistics/513456/annual-mileage-of-motorists-in-the-united-kingdom-uk/



I think when he said it was suitable for 1% of the population he actually meant 42%. Easy mistake to make X)
Bertz99

As … As requested:https://www.statista.com/statistics/513456/annual-mileage-of-motorists-in-the-united-kingdom-uk/


Nice one! That shut the troll up. I have been told that it is only £100 to correct a faulty odometer!
Edited by: "nougat" 17th Mar 2017
Just looked at this deal and it appears you can get same initial terms for the 3 year deal with 8,000 miles per annum which according to the website mentioned above should be fine for more than half the drivers in the uk. leasing.honestjohn.co.uk/car…12/

If my maths is right its £1000.62 +£198 + (35x£166.77) which is £7,037.57 or £45 per week

First time I have looked at a lease and thought that makes sense. Strikes me as cracking value on a £20k+ car for hassle free driving as surely it will depreciate by at least that amount over 3 years


Edited by: "76zedfour" 19th Mar 2017
I went for this deal. Unfortunately, Nationwide Vehicle Contracts do not have stock and they cannot deliver within 7-14 days. Absolute disaster of a company to deal with after they have your processing fee. Don't return calls, when you do speak to someone they tell you anything to get you off the phone, which doesn't happen.

Even Director emails and says he will provide an update, and guess what, he doesn't.

You need to avoid this company. Check trust pilot reviews carefully for which ones you believe are genuine!
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