Kia Sportage 1.7 CRDi ISG 2, 47+3 (£193.79/month + £581.37 initial rental), 10K pa, £180 admin fee. Overall cost is £205.60 a month total = £9869.50 @ Leasing Options
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Kia Sportage 1.7 CRDi ISG 2, 47+3 (£193.79/month + £581.37 initial rental), 10K pa, £180 admin fee. Overall cost is £205.60 a month total = £9869.50 @ Leasing Options

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Found 29th Apr 2016
I have decided to take the plunge on a lease vehicle after seeing a number of deals pop upon here.

I have gone for a Kia Sportage 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 having looked at a few others as it fits in our price range and is a better model compared to some of the other similar makes/models.

The website will show a price of £203.51 a month with a metallic option taking it to £214.41. I pitted this company against UK Car Line and Leasing Options came up with this price for me. I've got it on order so I'm sure someone else can manage the same. I've attached a copy of my offer for proof.

A 4 year deal works well for us and its still well within its warranty.
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Edited by: "freshman247" 29th Apr 2016
1.7 in a big car like that your foot will be on the floor all the time
jfclfc

1.7 in a big car like that your foot will be on the floor all the time


Perhaps if you drive it like you're on the autobahn. For a family its ideal and more than powerful enough for everyday needs.
Anything longer than a two year lease is not worth it in my opinion especially the services and other wear and tear items that you'll end up replacing!... On a two year lease you can get away with the one service (minor after one year) and before the 2nd service is due hand it back... If you do less than 20k in two years you wont even need to replace front tyres.... Just swap them with the back ones after one year!
jfclfc

1.7 in a big car like that your foot will be on the floor all the time



​Not true these days modern engines are very powerful... Honda CRV only comes with 1.6d!
Having to drive a car above 2 years old for another 2 years sorta defeats one of the usual benefits of leasing that provides the user with a "reasonably new" car for the duration of the lease. Not wholly convinced the price reflects having to drive this vehicle 2 years beyond definition of "reasonable new". Would also want to see likely servicing costs for this vehicle during the later part of the hire, plus any exclusions to warranty.
good car at a good price for 2016 model
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jfclfc

1.7 in a big car like that your foot will be on the floor all the time



It's a medium SUV and the engine makes over 260Nm so it will pull plenty strongly.
AndyRoyd

Having to drive a car above 2 years old for another 2 years sorta defeats … Having to drive a car above 2 years old for another 2 years sorta defeats one of the usual benefits of leasing that provides the user with a "reasonably new" car for the duration of the lease. Not wholly convinced the price reflects having to drive this vehicle 2 years beyond definition of "reasonable new". Would also want to see likely servicing costs for this vehicle during the later part of the hire, plus any exclusions to warranty.


You can get the care-3 package which is £329 and covers the first 3 services. I will just return the vehicle a few days before the lease ends to avoid the 4th. I wouldn't expect much cost for the vehicle over its lease period otherwise.
Personally, I couldn't ever contemplate spending nearly £10k on something I don't own.
As a jew, i would aver - only useful if you are self employed and want £10k of liabilities to reduce the company value (tax).
jfclfc

1.7 in a big car like that your foot will be on the floor all the time



​ far from it. I had one in Spain two weeks ago for a week and it was more than quick enough. I drive a 2.2 diesel and whilst not as quick as my car, the Kia never had me feeling it was under powered.
Sportage was once quite a good looking thing. Kia have really fuglied up the latest one.
Groovii D

Sportage was once quite a good looking thing. Kia have really fuglied … Sportage was once quite a good looking thing. Kia have really fuglied up the latest one.


yeah agree, quite liked the front end, was going to get the missus one but not keen on the new one,looks plain.
Groovii D

Sportage was once quite a good looking thing. Kia have really fuglied … Sportage was once quite a good looking thing. Kia have really fuglied up the latest one.



Peter Shreyer (of Audi TT fame) is the current head of design at Hyundai and Kia and to be honest this model doesn't look as bad in the flesh as it might appear in images. I've test driven one and it's a fabulous drive, also tried the Nissan Qashqai and the Kia definitely feels more responsive on the road than the Qashqai. The Kia is also more spacious than the Qashqai, and given that lease deals appear to be almost £50/month cheaper for the Kia I'm not so sold on the Qashqai.

Good deal OP, not sure why it's cold but have some heat on me!
Good deal, half the time people leave bad comments because they are jealous mate. It's a good price for a good decent vehicle. Enjoy.
Looking for a lease at the moment so doing my research.
The price is ok, but when it comes to kias and especially the sportage it may be better to purchase outright using a loan or something. With their 7 year warranty they do hold up when you come to sell on and your not tied to mileage and any repairs when you come to the end of the lease, also if you go via a good broker you can shave between 5-15% off the price depending on model, spec and time of year/month.

I got bought my wifes 3 model back in 2012 new via a broker for £19650, dealer price was £22500.

In 3.5 years the wife put 59k miles on it and we still managed to sell it privately for just over £12k.

For us the leasing option was far more expensive because of the annual mileage.
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