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Hyundai Tucson SUV 1.6 GDI 132 SE Nav lease - £188.40/mo (1+35) - £6,782.40 @ Vertu Motors
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Hyundai Tucson SUV 1.6 GDI 132 SE Nav lease - £188.40/mo (1+35) - £6,782.40 @ Vertu Motors

£6,782.40£7,898.8514%Vertu Motors Deals
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Posted 17th JulEdited by:"mattgarforth"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Slightly cheaper monthly than the similar lease posted back in May, but with no admin or processing fee - just £214.80 down and then £214.80 a month. Annual mileage is only 5,000, so expect to pay a little extra if you need more.
SE Nav edition includes some nice features as standard, including rear parking camera, auto wipers and cruise control.

Thanks @Simon2809 for pointing out this has dropped to £188.40/mo
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jat247417/07/2019 20:48

Great deal, I'm sure I could sell it for about £5000 after 2 years making …Great deal, I'm sure I could sell it for about £5000 after 2 years making it only a couple of g's for two years of trouble free motering.Anyone know if I get insurance included?


Score: F-

Try harder.
Very underpowered engine and if you do mainly town driving you'll be looking at 27-30mpg based on my own experience.
Edited by: "mcaf123" 17th Jul
peaceoff17/07/2019 20:21

In your expert opinion what would be an appropriate engine for this car …In your expert opinion what would be an appropriate engine for this car then, and why?


I have the late 2017 pre face-lift version of this car so I'm speaking from personal experience. The 1.6 T-GDi is a far better proposition for this type of car if you must have a petrol. The diesel is equally good if you do the mileage.
jat247417/07/2019 20:48

Great deal, I'm sure I could sell it for about £5000 after 2 years making …Great deal, I'm sure I could sell it for about £5000 after 2 years making it only a couple of g's for two years of trouble free motering.Anyone know if I get insurance included?


Of course - oh and keep your fuel receipts and they'll refund those too. Why? They're just nice people!
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Regularly similar price with 8,000 miles. Seen on yes-lease a couple of weeks ago.
Very underpowered engine and if you do mainly town driving you'll be looking at 27-30mpg based on my own experience.
Edited by: "mcaf123" 17th Jul
mcaf12317/07/2019 20:13

Very underpowered engine


In your expert opinion what would be an appropriate engine for this car then, and why?
peaceoff17/07/2019 20:21

In your expert opinion what would be an appropriate engine for this car …In your expert opinion what would be an appropriate engine for this car then, and why?


I have the late 2017 pre face-lift version of this car so I'm speaking from personal experience. The 1.6 T-GDi is a far better proposition for this type of car if you must have a petrol. The diesel is equally good if you do the mileage.
Voted cold because of only 5000 miles
This is the latest Tucson SE Nav anyway. The picture in the deal looks to be the pre-2018 Premium model?
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Great deal, I'm sure I could sell it for about £5000 after 2 years making it only a couple of g's for two years of trouble free motering.

Anyone know if I get insurance included?
jat247417/07/2019 20:48

Great deal, I'm sure I could sell it for about £5000 after 2 years making …Great deal, I'm sure I could sell it for about £5000 after 2 years making it only a couple of g's for two years of trouble free motering.Anyone know if I get insurance included?


It’s a lease. You don’t get to keep the car at the end to sell it.

or am I missing something?
jat247417/07/2019 20:48

Great deal, I'm sure I could sell it for about £5000 after 2 years making …Great deal, I'm sure I could sell it for about £5000 after 2 years making it only a couple of g's for two years of trouble free motering.Anyone know if I get insurance included?


Score: F-

Try harder.
Cold 5000 miles for 12 months for nearly8 grand forget it
Isn't the Evoke deal that has gone HOT a similar price??
toffeeefc17/07/2019 21:20

Cold 5000 miles for 12 months for nearly8 grand forget it


SMH.

Obviously can't:

a) read properly
b) comprehend leasing
c) understand excess mileage
ukscoob117/07/2019 21:28

Isn't the Evoke deal that has gone HOT a similar price??


2 years, c. £300 pcm amortised.

This is three years.
Sorry mean nearly 8k for 3 years that’s like 2.6k per year to travel 5000 miles.Still a crap deal
toffeeefc17/07/2019 21:32

Sorry mean nearly 8k for 3 years that’s like 2.6k per year to travel 5000 m …Sorry mean nearly 8k for 3 years that’s like 2.6k per year to travel 5000 miles.Still a crap deal


Aaaand look at excess mileage with leasing for efficiency.

Have you seen a better deal?
Vertu had this for £205 with 8000 a few weeks ago
Nice car, Well spec'd etc.. but it is very lethargic. I'd certainly opt for the turbo petrol or diesel version. 5k a year, Do really need a car?
£7,732.80?


I can get a push-bike for that!
(Yeah, pedals will be extra.)


jat247417/07/2019 20:48

Great deal, I'm sure I could sell it for about £5000 after 2 years making …Great deal, I'm sure I could sell it for about £5000 after 2 years making it only a couple of g's for two years of trouble free motering.Anyone know if I get insurance included?


Of course - oh and keep your fuel receipts and they'll refund those too. Why? They're just nice people!
Why are all deals Manual, there are plenty of ppl who drive automatic?
Very bad 'deal'
Steer clear (loooool puns)
I don't get out of bed for 5,000

(to paraphrase Touker Suleyman)
bokertov18/07/2019 00:43

Why are all deals Manual, there are plenty of ppl who drive automatic?


Because the autos are more expensive!! in this model about £4000 more. Road tax is also higher because of slightly bigger BHP engine
Can anyone please post some good 7 seater offers like xc90, zafira, touran, outlander, sorento, x5, q7 and so on
montana7818/07/2019 09:31

Can anyone please post some good 7 seater offers like xc90, zafira, …Can anyone please post some good 7 seater offers like xc90, zafira, touran, outlander, sorento, x5, q7 and so on


You can DIY by visiting leasing dot com.
bokertov18/07/2019 00:43

Why are all deals Manual, there are plenty of ppl who drive automatic?


There have been deals in recent months for the VW Arteon, Seat Leon and Volvo S90, all automatics.
Can you get Android auto in this? Also is there a 7 seater version?
umirza8518/07/2019 10:04

Can you get Android auto in this? Also is there a 7 seater version?


Android Auto comes as standard on these new SE Nav models.
There's no 7 seat Tucson - you'd have to move up to the Santa Fe for that.
Makes a change from some horrendous looking Skoda deal 😁
montana7818/07/2019 09:31

Can anyone please post some good 7 seater offers like xc90, zafira, …Can anyone please post some good 7 seater offers like xc90, zafira, touran, outlander, sorento, x5, q7 and so on


Santander had the xc90 at £599 1+ 17 for a good while, just checked and its gone up to £609 now.
Pinkcar leasing have the etron 1+35 for £799.

Whats your budget? You have cars there that could cost £200 - £1200+ a month depending on model

Keep an eye on the piston heads leasing thread
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 18th Jul
bokertov18/07/2019 00:43

Why are all deals Manual, there are plenty of ppl who drive automatic?


No there aren’t. 8.4 millions auto cars in the uk of which a number are hybrid, electric etc which aren’t actually traditional automatics but are included in that figure. 31.4 million cars on the road in the uk in total so that means 26-27% of cars are automatics but actually that’s likely much lower owing to the other non truly automatic cars included in the stats.
jaydeeuk118/07/2019 17:53

Santander had the xc90 at £599 1+ 17 for a good while, just checked and …Santander had the xc90 at £599 1+ 17 for a good while, just checked and its gone up to £609 now.Pinkcar leasing have the etron 1+35 for £799. Whats your budget? You have cars there that could cost £200 - £1200+ a month depending on modelKeep an eye on the piston heads leasing thread



lease4less.org.uk/per…269
I really regret leasing this car. The engine does feel underpowered and i only came from a 1.6 diesal Sportage. My average since last July has been 34mpg
sagman7619/07/2019 09:15

https://www.lease4less.org.uk/personal-lease-cars/volvo/xc60-suv-4x4/xc60-suv-20-t5-250-momentum-5dr-auto-start-stop-497713269


Thats an XC60, not the 90
Was more for the link to the forum as more deals for lease posted there than here. Just as an example of a deal found for a similar type car. Anything specific then the legwork can be done by the requester
Is the 80p for the air in the tyres.
Just bought a 2018 SE Nav for £14,000 with only 17k on the clock. The lease simply isn't worth money you'll lose (if you've got the cash to buy). Plus the model I bought was pre the tax increase. Only £30 a year instead of £140!
mcaf12317/07/2019 20:13

Very underpowered engine and if you do mainly town driving you'll be …Very underpowered engine and if you do mainly town driving you'll be looking at 27-30mpg based on my own experience.


Man speaks truth-ish. Underpowered as hell, but I get 32MPG - 90% in town.

My sister has the Diesel, and its far more responsive. I haven't tried the T-GDi, because I suspect I would like it, and thus want it... but it seems on paper a far better proposition over the normal GDi!
Edited by: "Vini" 19th Jul
Vini19/07/2019 12:30

Man speaks truth-ish. Underpowered as hell, but I get 32MPG - 90% in …Man speaks truth-ish. Underpowered as hell, but I get 32MPG - 90% in town.My sister has the Diesel, and its far more responsive. I haven't tried the T-GDi, because I suspect I would like it, and thus want it... but it seems on paper a far better proposition over the normal GDi!


Are you going off the in dash display or the actual usage at the pump?
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