Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI 1 5 dr £4465.50. 2 year lease. 10,000 miles pa @ Select Car Leasing
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Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI 1 5 dr £4465.50. 2 year lease. 10,000 miles pa @ Select Car Leasing

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Found 13th Jun 2016
I have looked around various deals all weekend and this has come up the best.
3 months up front £164.25 = £492.75
23 months £164.25 = £3777.75
£195 arrangement fee
Total £4465.50

Road Tax is included for the agreement. This deal is based on 10,000 miles pa. You can go for less which will work out cheaper. This is the standard petrol model. Other deals available for different specs but this works out the cheapest. Lead time on delivery is roughly 12 weeks
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seems like a cracking deal to me - voted hot
BubaMan

Works out a touch more expensive than the Yes Lease deal but still good … Works out a touch more expensive than the Yes Lease deal but still good value - heated!


It actually works out cheaper when you include the yes lease processing fee
This looks good. I'm new to leasing so this site is a great help! I have an old rubbish car that I thought I could use as the deposit.
On the lease site it states they have 2 companies who could take a second hand car off of you. Does anyone know what companies these are by any chance (would check myself but hard to phone in work today...)?
Edited by: "Monkeycymru" 13th Jun 2016
nikkictc

It actually works out cheaper when you include the yes lease processing … It actually works out cheaper when you include the yes lease processing fee

Oh yeah - missed that - misleading title on the Yes Lease deal
Good deal if you can actually get one for advertised price.... most of these headline deals are very limited (or non-existant) come-ons
Shame this isn't a smaller turbo engine, the lack of torque lets it down quite a bit.

0-60mph in 11.1 seconds is a little steady, I wouldn't say it was dangerous though.
Cracking deal, must be less than the depreciation itself!

Will need something similar in a few months when my current lease deal comes to an end. The thought of not having to go through the ********s of selling my car is worth a fortune.

I'd recommend leasing over any other way of getting a car if you have the funds.
Was talking over leasing with my dad at the weekend, and options for our next respective car(s).

At the end of a lease deal/period, when you hand the car back, is the next deal (if with the same garage/company) on the same terms as the original, i.e. a deposit or 3 month payment up front required? Or are there options to take a similar vehicle again on an ongoing terms for another 2 or 3 years without needing a deposit/upfront payment?

I think thats what has always put me off leasing - I would have the deposit or upfront cost initially, but may not have that when the lease ends, if needed for the next deal.
Edited by: "johnson293" 13th Jun 2016
Can beat it:

https://www.leasingoptions.co.uk/personal/kia/sportage/sportage-estate/16-gdi-1-5dr/1100293967/182039/quote

£153.91 x 3 initial rental
£153.91 x £24
£180 arrangement fee

£4335.57 total to pay - £130 less from Leasing Options

I'm pretty sure I have added everything in to get the total price.
johnson293

Was talking over leasing with my dad at the weekend, and options for our … Was talking over leasing with my dad at the weekend, and options for our next respective car(s).At the end of a lease deal/period, when you hand the car back, is the next deal (if with the same garage/company) on the same terms as the original, i.e. a deposit or 3 month payment up front required? Or are their options to take a similar vehicle again on an ongoing terms for another 2 or 3 years?I think thats what has always put me off leasing - I would have the deposit or upfront cost initially, but may not have that when the lease ends, if needed for the next deal.


You would need to put down the initial payment again. 3 months is usually the minimum. Yes lease do a 1 month option, but there arrangement fee is quite high (£358)
Edited by: "nikkictc" 13th Jun 2016
I didn't check on tax...not obvious to me but if that isn't included in the deal, then obviously my price will work out higher. Having not used the company before, I can't say for sure.
czrsiNk

Can beat … Can beat it:https://www.leasingoptions.co.uk/personal/kia/sportage/sportage-estate/16-gdi-1-5dr/1100293967/182039/quote£153.91 x 3 initial rental£153.91 x £24£180 arrangement fee£4335.57 total to pay - £130 less from Leasing OptionsI'm pretty sure I have added everything in to get the total price.


That's good..... When I follow link it gives me this price though???

£149.99 pm and rental £899.94
Goes straight to it for me - cookie perhaps? Go to home page, choose 'Personal Car Leasing' and then the KIA comes up at the top of the list, click 'View Deal', once on the deal page, click on 'Personalise' (on the left) then change the drop downs to '2 years' and '3 rentals' to get the price. Just went through those steps now to get it again. Deal of the month, apparently.
Edited by: "czrsiNk" 13th Jun 2016
nikkictc

That's good..... When I follow link it gives me this price though??? … That's good..... When I follow link it gives me this price though??? £149.99 pm and rental £899.94



If you look at the top right, I believe it might say '6 rentals'. Just change the drop down there to '3 Rentals' and then click 'Update'. Think that's a quicker way of doing it than above directly from my original URL. The £153 price should then appear at the top of the long list of Sportage deals. HTH.
Edited by: "czrsiNk" 13th Jun 2016
czrsiNk

I didn't check on tax...not obvious to me but if that isn't included in … I didn't check on tax...not obvious to me but if that isn't included in the deal, then obviously my price will work out higher. Having not used the company before, I can't say for sure.



It's usual for the lease company to pay the tax. They're the registered keeper and get all the letters including speeding tickets.
Note that the GDI is not a diesel as it sounds. It's the petrol model. It'll give you around 42 mpg (reported - but forums members are posting 32-37 for it), which might make it a little expensive to run in a car of this class.

The diesel version here:

selectcarleasing.co.uk/car…tml

on the same payment structure is:

£190.83 x 3 initial rental = £572.49
£190.83 X 24
£195 arrangement fee
Total = £5347.41

This is £881.91 more expensive over the term, but mpg is reportedly around 60mpg.

Over 20,000 miles this will more or less even up the cost and for this year at least, the road tax is around £115 cheaper per year.

Agreed, but don't forget Diesels are now said to be 'destroying the world', so can your conscience handle that for the sake of a few quid a year?
bigbak

It's usual for the lease company to pay the tax. They're the registered … It's usual for the lease company to pay the tax. They're the registered keeper and get all the letters including speeding tickets.



Sounds like that makes it a good deal then folks?!
Where is 'StashMoney' to tell everyone a bunch of misinformation about lease deals when you need them?!
what's the car like though ? anyone
Quality deal
johnson293

Was talking over leasing with my dad at the weekend, and options for our … Was talking over leasing with my dad at the weekend, and options for our next respective car(s).At the end of a lease deal/period, when you hand the car back, is the next deal (if with the same garage/company) on the same terms as the original, i.e. a deposit or 3 month payment up front required? Or are there options to take a similar vehicle again on an ongoing terms for another 2 or 3 years without needing a deposit/upfront payment?I think thats what has always put me off leasing - I would have the deposit or upfront cost initially, but may not have that when the lease ends, if needed for the next deal.


It's an initial payment, not a deposit. It's payable on every lease each time.
Edited by: "Citrix20" 13th Jun 2016
These guys are usually excellent and extremely helpful. Get some cracking deals sometimes with no initial payments either
euroleasedirect.co.uk/
ollie87

Shame this isn't a smaller turbo engine, the lack of torque lets it down … Shame this isn't a smaller turbo engine, the lack of torque lets it down quite a bit. 0-60mph in 11.1 seconds is a little steady, I wouldn't say it was dangerous though.



Yeah it's a bit on the slow side. Not for me, would be frustrating for me to use.
Zameen

what's the car like though ? anyone



I'd say its a bit like Mazda’s CX-5, and Nissan’s Qashqai.
Don't forget you will need to add the cost of servicing into this deal.
It's insurance cheaper/expensive/same as a personal car?
Are companies hesitant to insure leased cars or is it just a case of the car belonging to someone else?

Thanks in advance
ame2418

Don't forget you will need to add the cost of servicing into this deal.



which you would still have to pay on a different car
jh787

It's insurance cheaper/expensive/same as a personal car? Are companies … It's insurance cheaper/expensive/same as a personal car? Are companies hesitant to insure leased cars or is it just a case of the car belonging to someone else? Thanks in advance



In my case (Passat altrack) it is the same
czrsiNk

Can beat … Can beat it:https://www.leasingoptions.co.uk/personal/kia/sportage/sportage-estate/16-gdi-1-5dr/1100293967/182039/quote£153.91 x 3 initial rental£153.91 x £24£180 arrangement fee£4335.57 total to pay - £130 less from Leasing OptionsI'm pretty sure I have added everything in to get the total price.

FYI, it's non-metallic paint in that deal (choose it as an option and it becomes more expensive).
Not a major issue to most but it is a differentiator.
I have just received the Sportage 4 model (mrs cleverdic wanted a sunroof... who was I to argue) on a PCH deal. This is the first time I have financed a car like this being a bit of a traditionalist thinking I have great haggling skills. The way I think about the monthly cost is that you are taking the inevitable depreciation cost of the car head on without having to cough up the rather large investment upfront. I am very much hoping this will be a good experience as, if it all works out, I will repeat the process after the 2 years. The money I got for my previous car is safely tucked away in case this all goes wrong. If you can get your head around never owning the car, Personal Car Hire (PCH) works out a lot cheaper than Personal Car Purchase (PCP). Important not to get them confused.

I was very lucky and got my Sportage in 3 weeks and so far I am loving it. I think I made a great choice. If you're having to wait the 12 weeks, please hold on. You won't be disappointed.



I am loving this car
cleverdic

I have just received the Sportage 4 model (mrs cleverdic wanted a … I have just received the Sportage 4 model (mrs cleverdic wanted a sunroof... who was I to argue) on a PCH deal. This is the first time I have financed a car like this being a bit of a traditionalist thinking I have great haggling skills. The way I think about the monthly cost is that you are taking the inevitable depreciation cost of the car head on without having to cough up the rather large investment upfront. I am very much hoping this will be a good experience as, if it all works out, I will repeat the process after the 2 years. The money I got for my previous car is safely tucked away in case this all goes wrong. If you can get your head around never owning the car, Personal Car Hire (PCH) works out a lot cheaper than Personal Car Purchase (PCP). Important not to get them confused.I was very lucky and got my Sportage in 3 weeks and so far I am loving it. I think I made a great choice. If you're having to wait the 12 weeks, please hold on. You won't be disappointed. I am loving this car



Thats partly what I'm struggling with when it comes to leasing... paying £4k upwards for something that will never be mine, though I've always only had used cars.

At least paying for a car on HP, it then becomes yours and is an asset to trade in for your next one, however much its worth. I realise the running/maintenance costs may be lower with a new car on a lease, but its just a mindset I'd need to get over - but i'm not totally against it, if the right deal came along.

Had been planning to change my current car early next year (had it 3 years now), but will keep an eye on these lease deals, and.. who knows?
Having been given one as a company car not so long ago, in my honest opinion it is a bang average vehicle.There are better (and worse) options out there so although the deal might look good in terms of numbers, read the reviews and drive one before committing to anything. Good luck.
I had the same problem as you. What I am trying to say is, work out what you think the depreciation will be for the car over your desired timescale (2 yrs, 3 yrs, whatever), compare that to the total leasing cost and work out the difference. It is my view the leasing cost is very similar to the depreciation cost. You have to work this out yourself though for your own circumstance.

After say 2 yrs, you're right in never owning the car but remember you don't have to cough up serious cash/loans to buy it in the first place. It took me a while to get my head around never owning a car but equally, I now don't have a major asset on the driveway simply losing value in front of my eyes every month. It's not my problem. I know what my costs will be over the 2 years.
The only wobbler in the whole deal is what happens after the 2 years. You have to return the car in a fair wear and tear condition. I will have to wait to find out if that will be a painful experience or not particularly as I have just had first hand experience of what services like "we buy any car" can offer after the initial online valuation. Not pleasant!!
Jonno42

Having been given one as a company car not so long ago, in my honest … Having been given one as a company car not so long ago, in my honest opinion it is a bang average vehicle.There are better (and worse) options out there so although the deal might look good in terms of numbers, read the reviews and drive one before committing to anything. Good luck.


Get a test drive before committing to anyuthing!
johnson293

Thats partly what I'm struggling with when it comes to leasing... paying … Thats partly what I'm struggling with when it comes to leasing... paying £4k upwards for something that will never be mine, though I've always only had used cars.At least paying for a car on HP, it then becomes yours and is an asset to trade in for your next one, however much its worth. I realise the running/maintenance costs may be lower with a new car on a lease, but its just a mindset I'd need to get over - but i'm not totally against it, if the right deal came along.Had been planning to change my current car early next year (had it 3 years now), but will keep an eye on these lease deals, and.. who knows?



It depends on what age cars you buy, how long you keep them and what the depreciation is.

I struggle with some aspects of leasing, but overall I get it. Our current car was bought 9 months old with £8k off list price, and in that time it has cost us about £34k all in including servicing, tyres etc. Fuel and insurance are the same on any car so I don't factor in those costs.

We've had the car 6 years now and it's currently worth about £9k so it has cost us £25k over that 6 years so roughly £350/month. Yes we own it now etc etc but it's still cost us the £350 a month on top of the current value.

You never actually "own" a car or a house, you are just custodians of them for a bit.

However I can never actually find any of these deals that people talk of. I am currently buying a BMW M235i and the difference from leasing a new car to me financing a 6 month old used car is about £200 a month more on the lease so it's not worth it for me.
johnson293

Was talking over leasing with my dad at the weekend, and options for our … Was talking over leasing with my dad at the weekend, and options for our next respective car(s).At the end of a lease deal/period, when you hand the car back, is the next deal (if with the same garage/company) on the same terms as the original, i.e. a deposit or 3 month payment up front required? Or are there options to take a similar vehicle again on an ongoing terms for another 2 or 3 years without needing a deposit/upfront payment?I think thats what has always put me off leasing - I would have the deposit or upfront cost initially, but may not have that when the lease ends, if needed for the next deal.



​there are good deals on leasing company websites but also your normal garages do leases I just ordered a skoda fabia 3 year pcp deal £100 deposit and only £108 per year no other fees can pay for 3 years servicing but it's cheaper to do it yearly at your local garage as long as they use genuine parts to keep the warranty up. once your lease is coming to an end you either buy the car for the agreed price, hand the keys and then car back or trade it in which I will be and have done in the past 99 times out of 100 your will be offered more than the purchase price from the lease company is so u can put a deposit down on the next one or get cash back and put down minimum. one thing def don't do is put down a huge deposit on a lease deal you will never see that money again it's brings down your monthly costs but don't do it haha
FocusST

It depends on what age cars you buy, how long you keep them and what the … It depends on what age cars you buy, how long you keep them and what the depreciation is.I struggle with some aspects of leasing, but overall I get it. Our current car was bought 9 months old with £8k off list price, and in that time it has cost us about £34k all in including servicing, tyres etc. Fuel and insurance are the same on any car so I don't factor in those costs.We've had the car 6 years now and it's currently worth about £9k so it has cost us £25k over that 6 years so roughly £350/month. Yes we own it now etc etc but it's still cost us the £350 a month on top of the current value.You never actually "own" a car or a house, you are just custodians of them for a bit.However I can never actually find any of these deals that people talk of. I am currently buying a BMW M235i and the difference from leasing a new car to me financing a 6 month old used car is about £200 a month more on the lease so it's not worth it for me.



Have you joined babybmw? One of the forum sponsor's offers cracking deals on the 235i and 135i to buy.
markymark34

Have you joined babybmw? One of the forum sponsor's offers cracking deals … Have you joined babybmw? One of the forum sponsor's offers cracking deals on the 235i and 135i to buy.



Ooh thanks, I will check that out, been a member there for years as I drive a 1 series currently but haven't been on the forum for a while.
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