Jeep Renegade Diesel Hatchback 1.6 Multijet Longitude 5dr £205.99 per month (36 month Lease - 8k Annual Mileage - £617.97 initial £359.94 processing fee) total £8,187.56 @ Silverstone Fleet Management
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Jeep Renegade Diesel Hatchback 1.6 Multijet Longitude 5dr £205.99 per month (36 month Lease - 8k Annual Mileage - £617.97 initial £359.94 processing fee) total £8,187.56 @ Silverstone Fleet Management

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Found 5th Apr
I know this won't be for everyone, but noticed this Jeep renegade lease was currently the cheapest around, and with a reasonable upfront payment, and 8k mileage, if you are looking for a lease on a family car, it's definitely worth considering. Road Tax and Breakdown are also included.

Stock is available and at UK port, so no lengthy wait for your vehicle. Full 3 year Manufacturers warranty included. Deal expires 14th April.

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Personal contract hire
Contract term : 36 months
Rental profile : 3 + 35
Annual mileage : 8000
Production status : Current model
CO2 band : G (111-130 g/km)


Engine size:
1.6 litre
Doors:
5
Body type:
Hatchback
Fuel type:
Diesel
Fuel delivery:
Turbo
Transmission type:
Manual
Drivetrain:
Front Wheel Drive
Number of Seats:
5
Insurance Group:
13E
NCAP Overall Rating
5
CO2 Emissions :
115 g/km
Top Speed:
111 mph
Fuel Economy Combined:
64.2 mpg
Brake Horse Power:
120 bhp
0-62 mph:
10.2 secs
Pay load:
501.00 kg
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You omitted the admin fee of £359.94. True net total is £8,187.56 or £227.43/net/mth
Heat for the deal. Personal I'd rather drive pretty much anything else
m5rcc2 m ago

You omitted the admin fee of £359.94. True net total is £8,187.56 or £ …You omitted the admin fee of £359.94. True net total is £8,187.56 or £227.43/net/mth


Apologies, will update
trickytree19844 m ago

Heat for the deal. Personal I'd rather drive pretty much anything else


As long as it’s German

Though in this instance I agree with you, Jeeps are awful - no surprise that there’s no waiting list.
Seems as soso deal for a soso car.
ezzer722 m ago

As long as it’s German Though in this instance I agree with you, Jeeps a …As long as it’s German Though in this instance I agree with you, Jeeps are awful - no surprise that there’s no waiting list.


This Jeep is hideous. Firm and bouncy (and not in a good way!).
i dont know about driving this Tonka Toy, i almost threw up just looking at it... heaty for the deal though
ezzer7246 m ago

As long as it’s German Though in this instance I agree with you, Jeeps a …As long as it’s German Though in this instance I agree with you, Jeeps are awful - no surprise that there’s no waiting list.


I have a ford too 🤫

I'd rather buy a KIA off you than buy this.

PS Volvo is top of my list for my next car. Not German
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 5th Apr
I had this jeep for one day as a courtesy car and absolutely hated everything about it. I ended up ringing the company and begged them to take it back and give me anything else.
First of all it is ugly and the drive is awful. Its like driving a heavy van, poor handling, slow pickup, heavy steering and uncomfortable to sit in.
For £206 per month for this junk is a total rip off and a joke.
trickytree19842 h, 50 m ago

PS Volvo is top of my list for my next car.


That's better - I'll be able to welcome you to the decent car club

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This was the best bit of that report though;

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Badge sheep haha.
Heat from me. I got mine in September for a similar price and that was the cheapest anywhere at the time. If you want one go to the dealership in Derby and ask for Russell. I love my Renegade. The styling is like nothing else. For me, all similarly sized cars are run-of-the-mill and indistinguishable in terms of looks. This one is quirky like Jeeps are meant to be. If you can stretch to it, I recommend paying for one of the bold colours, mine is florescent green, with stars on the doors and bonnet of course! Yeehaa... Oh and mine's petrol.
Edited by: "Meteoor" 5th Apr
ezzer7215 h, 36 m ago

That's better - I'll be able to welcome you to the decent car club That's better - I'll be able to welcome you to the decent car club [Image] This was the best bit of that report though;[Image] Badge sheep haha.


In a different article you posted Volvo were quite bad and BMW very high. I suppose the fact you have posted contradictory information on the same day means we should just disregard anything else you say

PS I don't own and never would own a BMW. I really don't like them
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 6th Apr
trickytree19842 h, 28 m ago

In a different article you posted Volvo were quite bad and BMW very high. …In a different article you posted Volvo were quite bad and BMW very high. I suppose the fact you have posted contradictory information on the same day means we should just disregard anything else you sayPS I don't own and never would own a BMW. I really don't like them


I’ve explained this for you in the other thread - one survey is UK, one US.

Kia came top in both, so to be safe you should probably stick to one of them

Funnily enough I quite like BMWs, certainly I see them as the best of a bad (German) bunch.
Meteoor13 h, 31 m ago

For me, all similarly sized cars are run-of-the-mill


Despite being based on a Fiat 500X and made in the same factory in Italy...
m5rcc49 m ago

Despite being based on a Fiat 500X and made in the same factory in Italy...


it is true I have never been up close to a Fiat 500X, but I like the Jeep styling/branding/Americana, the chunky door handles and mirrors the upright stance, the way the front view feels like you are looking through a periscope. There's nothing quite like it...
Meteoor1 m ago

There's nothing quite like it...


Thank goodness!
I would be worried more about 8k max a year in a diesel (DPF problems etc)
tonymcg1 h, 6 m ago

I would be worried more about 8k max a year in a diesel (DPF problems etc)



Many won't care as it's not their car, but I don't see why you would not be inconvenienced to take the car to a FCA dealer to sort it out.
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