Kia Sportage 2.0 CRDi KX-4 5-dr 2-year lease £227.99 pcm 6+23 payments £6611.71 @ leasingoptions
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Kia Sportage 2.0 CRDi KX-4 5-dr 2-year lease £227.99 pcm 6+23 payments £6611.71 @ leasingoptions

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Found 9th Nov 2014
This is a lease on a new Kia Sportage 2.0 CRDi KX-4 SUV.

It's the top-of-the-range KX-4 model, £28k list price (available at £24,500 on drive the deal) and there's an initial payment of £1367.94 inclusive of VAT, followed by 23 further payments of £227.99 per month.

Sspec-wise you get:
* 4wd
* full black leather seats trim and steering wheel
* heated steering wheel
* dual zone climate
* electric windows
* cruise control
* keyless go
* cooling glovebox
* 7-speaker premium sound with subwoofer
* full bluetooth
* usb audio port
* 7" european satnav
* self parallel parking
* 10 parking sensors + reversing camera

Power train details
* 181bhp 2.0 diesel
* six-speed manual
* 46.3mpg official combined
* 9.5s 0-60mph

Boot space is 564 litres seats up, 1353 with them down.

White solid paint is standard, expect to have to pay £425 extra if you want the metallic.

A good deal if you want a fully-specced 4x4 crossover vehicle, as this lease is very cheap relative to list price, which is already cheaper than competing cars with similar spec.

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Original Poster

Just in case you wondering the difference between this £28.2k list Kia Sportage and the cheapest £17.5k Sportage:

* 18" vs 16" alloys
* Leather rather than cloth seats
* 4wd vs 2wd

Additional spec:
* Roof rails
* Various trim upgrades
* Tinted windows
* Panoramic sunroof
* Xenon self-levelling headlights
* Auto/follow-me home headlights with washers
* LED tail lights
* Wiper de-icer
* Wing mirror indicators (LED)
* Power driver seat
* Heated front and rear seats (vs. no heating at all)
* Driver's lumbar support
* Heated steering wheel
* Dual climate rather than manual air con
* Auto-dimming rear mirror
* Illuminated vanity mirrors
* Keyless go
* Glovebox cooling
* Luggage net
* Upgraded stereo
* Satnav
* Reversing camera, parking sensors + self parking
* Adjustable power steering feel (sport/comfort/normal)

That little lot adds £5,900 to list price, the engine upgrade from base 1.6 133bhp diesel to 181bhp 2.0 diesel and from 2WD to 4WD adds £4,800.

Oh, and there is an Auto version for a further £350 over the term
leasingoptions.uk/per…spx

Edited by: "dudedude" 9th Nov 2014

I remember when you could drive away a Kia for £1...now you can't even buy one for this price....

These hold their money well and a quick Autotrader search shows £20k+ at two years old, if they are £24.5k new from a broker then that seems pretty good going especially with the long warranty.

On a leasing standpoint I think the Outlander PHEV looks the better option.

What Car depreciation calculator shows 17K-18K value after 2 years, so if a £24,500 drive away price is available then this lease is still a sensible good deal. It would be much much better value to lease it compared to full list price (which obviously nobody will pay). All assuming that a buyer wants a new Sportage to keep for only 2 years.

So for those buyers, hot deal.

This is not the AWD version its 2wd and I recon it must be on 5k miles pa as it does not say infact the website provides little info compared to some lease sites imho

Jagtazman

This is not the AWD version its 2wd and I recon it must be on 5k miles pa … This is not the AWD version its 2wd and I recon it must be on 5k miles pa as it does not say infact the website provides little info compared to some lease sites imho


Think mileage is 10k, if you go to personalise your requirements on the right hand side it has 10k as standard.

Jagtazman

This is not the AWD version its 2wd and I recon it must be on 5k miles pa … This is not the AWD version its 2wd and I recon it must be on 5k miles pa as it does not say infact the website provides little info compared to some lease sites imho

All Sportages with the prefix KX are 4x4! the 2wd variants are just numbered.

I wonder why these deals cause so much argument? The facts will be all there in the descriptions including whether it's 4x4 or what model. Stop acting like children and read it for yourself. I know id rather make a big decision such as this by doing that than consult people on here. You can't use it as an excuse against the contract you'll sign if it goes bad "... but a bloke on hukd said it was for so many miles & not 4x4..." Or maybe you just like imparting you're knowledge (I know I do

Jagtazman

This is not the AWD version its 2wd and I recon it must be on 5k miles pa … This is not the AWD version its 2wd and I recon it must be on 5k miles pa as it does not say infact the website provides little info compared to some lease sites imho


You RECON do you, Well I RECON you should read the facts!

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happychappy

You RECON do you, Well I RECON you should read the facts!

*reckon

Take the overpriced KIA service charges in your calculation. You loose your warranty if you don't pay up.

pet2000

Take the overpriced KIA service charges in your calculation. You loose … Take the overpriced KIA service charges in your calculation. You loose your warranty if you don't pay up.



Disagree with this - When I purchased my Sportage I was offered and took up their service package £500 for 3 years / 60k miles of servicing.

When I had my Audi I was paying over £250 for a standard service and upto £400 for a full service.

Still have the sportage after 2 years, not missed a beat, servicing has been great, just drive in pick up courtesy car, few hours later return courtesy car and pick my Sportage back up.

Still have a year of servicing lefy along with 5 years of warranty, only warranty claim to date was for corrosion of the alloys (common problem with machined alloys), photos taken, a month later 2 new alloys fitted.

If only my experience with Audi was as straight forward.

Only thing I would add to this deal is the fuel costs of the 4x4 models, you will be lucky to get mid 30s whereas the 2wd model easily achive mid 40s. Not sure if leasing a sportage is the best option, I looked at it but due to low depreciation buying at the time made more sense to us.

List on my vehicle was £22500

I paid £20500

Have been offered £17500 to part ex against new, so just under 2 years / 33k miles of motoring it has cost me £3k in depreciation, far less than the leasing option with lower mileage.




Edited by: "margamboy" 9th Nov 2014

Original Poster

pet2000

Take the overpriced KIA service charges in your calculation. You loose … Take the overpriced KIA service charges in your calculation. You loose your warranty if you don't pay up.



Under EU law you are entitled to service it anywhere. Doesn't have to be at Kia.

Is there any good sorrento deals knocking about ?

Original Poster

margamboy

List on my vehicle was £22500I paid £20500Have been offered £17500 to pa … List on my vehicle was £22500I paid £20500Have been offered £17500 to part ex against new, so just under 2 years / 33k miles of motoring it has cost me £3k in depreciation, far less than the leasing option with lower mileage.



Well:

* the lease has a fixed cost, but future depreciation is unknown (you can talk about past depreciation, but it's not necessarily going to be the same 2 years from now)
* P/X price requires you to buy a new one. If you sold it privately you'd get less.
* You need to fork out the £24,500 up-front, which has some cost (depending on how you fund it). With this lease you only pay £1400 up-front

This deal is very clear - £6600 spread over 2 years.

Really like this deal, was looking for a lease deal for a Quashqai but this is comparable price wise to what I've seen and there seems to be more extras as standard.

YvieE

Really like this deal, was looking for a lease deal for a Quashqai but … Really like this deal, was looking for a lease deal for a Quashqai but this is comparable price wise to what I've seen and there seems to be more extras as standard.

KX-4's are fully loaded, think theres only 2 options with them, Auto box and met/gloss paint. Much better car than a Qashqai, doesn't have the same economy but it isn't powered by a Renault engine so even that's a win!

I'm interested in this offer and wanted to ask if anyone knows what "BIK Tax" is? In the drop down menu for it there is 2 options to select 20% or 40%?

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elvis1234

I'm interested in this offer and wanted to ask if anyone knows what "BIK … I'm interested in this offer and wanted to ask if anyone knows what "BIK Tax" is? In the drop down menu for it there is 2 options to select 20% or 40%?



BIK is the tax levied on company car drivers. For a personal hire it's irrelevant.

nice one dude, thanks.

Does anyone own one of these and give me their honest opinion if they are worth the money?
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