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Kia XCeed 2, 24 month lease £4317.95 (£138.55 per month with £831.31 deposit for 10,000 miles a year.) @ 21st Century Motors
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Kia XCeed 2, 24 month lease £4317.95 (£138.55 per month with £831.31 deposit for 10,000 miles a year.) @ 21st Century Motors

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Posted 7th Jan

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

Very cheap lease on a brand new £20,000 model.
Pumped up faux-by-four hatch. Decent kit, decent space, reliable.
£138.55 per month with £831.31 deposit for 10,000 miles a year. Plus £299 fee.
They’ve got cheaper quotes for 8,000 and 5,000 too, but I’d imagine 10,000 is relevant to more.
Also have other deposits, such as 3+23, 9+23 etc.
Metallic is extra if you don’t want no cost brown.....
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hybridbunny08/01/2020 00:07

I've had the Xceed (3 trim) since the end of November. I honestly wouldnt …I've had the Xceed (3 trim) since the end of November. I honestly wouldnt recommend it. Its chunkier and higher than a standard car, but the inside and boot space is very similar to an astra. The gear box is rubbish, constantly has issues with it not sitting in the selected gears properly. The camera placement for reversing is in such a place that it gets constantly dirty making it useless most of the time. The lane keep assist just does not do what it's meant to unless your on a motorway. On country roads it spends more time trying to detect the road than actually doing what it's meant to. Every 2 or 3 times it, for some reason keeps asking to confirm my phones connection after I've started driving. Does this on both the iPhone and my Samsung. Overall, I wish I had went with a different car and will be looking forward to handing this back after my 3 year lease is up.On the plus side it does drive rather well, I have the 1.4 model and I'm getting 40ish MPG but it's just meh, nothing impressive.Also, the yellow colour and automatic gearbox only come with the "First Edition" models.


Lane keep assist uses cameras to see the white lines on motorway and dual carriageways so of course it won't work down country roads.
Cheaper than council tax!
Chillbo08/01/2020 06:56

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Everyone's entitled to give an opinion on their ownership experience which some people might find helpful, so why dont you wind your neck in Jeremy Clarkson.
Edited by: "GrimDanFango" 8th Jan
hybridbunny08/01/2020 00:07

I've had the Xceed (3 trim) since the end of November. I honestly wouldnt …I've had the Xceed (3 trim) since the end of November. I honestly wouldnt recommend it. Its chunkier and higher than a standard car, but the inside and boot space is very similar to an astra. The gear box is rubbish, constantly has issues with it not sitting in the selected gears properly. The camera placement for reversing is in such a place that it gets constantly dirty making it useless most of the time. The lane keep assist just does not do what it's meant to unless your on a motorway. On country roads it spends more time trying to detect the road than actually doing what it's meant to. Every 2 or 3 times it, for some reason keeps asking to confirm my phones connection after I've started driving. Does this on both the iPhone and my Samsung. Overall, I wish I had went with a different car and will be looking forward to handing this back after my 3 year lease is up.On the plus side it does drive rather well, I have the 1.4 model and I'm getting 40ish MPG but it's just meh, nothing impressive.Also, the yellow colour and automatic gearbox only come with the "First Edition" models.


This is not a self driving car...
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Blimey now there’s a good deal

🔥
Have heat it seems very cheap
Just bought a Merc A class today, would have been swayed had I seen this, what a bargain.
Cheaper than council tax!
Do your homework on this broker before you waste your time, in my experience of them it’s better to use a Kia dealer, you will find the finance application process far easier.
Amazing deal, heat added.
What Car leasing (Stoneacre) have some good deals on these and without the fee. Works out even cheaper

whatcar.com/car…ls/
Edited by: "Guzzle" 7th Jan
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That’s a crazy deal!!
As suggested above, go via WhatCar/Stoneacre: whatcar.com/car…24/

6+23 @ £132/month inc VAT
Excess mileage is only 5p/mile with this deal so 10k pa would cost an extra £200 (4000 extra miles above 8k miles pa allowance).
Stoneacre deal works out £250+ cheaper over term plus they have free delivery or a free tank of fuel if you collect.
Guzzle07/01/2020 23:02

What Car leasing (Stoneacre) have some good deals on these and without the …What Car leasing (Stoneacre) have some good deals on these and without the fee. Works out even cheaper https://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/deals/#price_type=personal&manufacturer_id=38&range_id=r4222&contract_length=24&type=0&


can't see any similar deals, ones with 10k mileage are way more expensive.
I've had the Xceed (3 trim) since the end of November. I honestly wouldnt recommend it. Its chunkier and higher than a standard car, but the inside and boot space is very similar to an astra. The gear box is rubbish, constantly has issues with it not sitting in the selected gears properly. The camera placement for reversing is in such a place that it gets constantly dirty making it useless most of the time. The lane keep assist just does not do what it's meant to unless your on a motorway. On country roads it spends more time trying to detect the road than actually doing what it's meant to. Every 2 or 3 times it, for some reason keeps asking to confirm my phones connection after I've started driving. Does this on both the iPhone and my Samsung. Overall, I wish I had went with a different car and will be looking forward to handing this back after my 3 year lease is up.

On the plus side it does drive rather well, I have the 1.4 model and I'm getting 40ish MPG but it's just meh, nothing impressive.

Also, the yellow colour and automatic gearbox only come with the "First Edition" models.
Edited by: "hybridbunny" 8th Jan
Thank you
hybridbunny08/01/2020 00:07

I've had the Xceed (3 trim) since the end of November. I honestly wouldnt …I've had the Xceed (3 trim) since the end of November. I honestly wouldnt recommend it. Its chunkier and higher than a standard car, but the inside and boot space is very similar to an astra. The gear box is rubbish, constantly has issues with it not sitting in the selected gears properly. The camera placement for reversing is in such a place that it gets constantly dirty making it useless most of the time. The lane keep assist just does not do what it's meant to unless your on a motorway. On country roads it spends more time trying to detect the road than actually doing what it's meant to. Every 2 or 3 times it, for some reason keeps asking to confirm my phones connection after I've started driving. Does this on both the iPhone and my Samsung. Overall, I wish I had went with a different car and will be looking forward to handing this back after my 3 year lease is up.On the plus side it does drive rather well, I have the 1.4 model and I'm getting 40ish MPG but it's just meh, nothing impressive.Also, the yellow colour and automatic gearbox only come with the "First Edition" models.


Lane keep assist uses cameras to see the white lines on motorway and dual carriageways so of course it won't work down country roads.
That's a great deal for a xceed. I haven't driven this but the ceed and if it wasn't down to the fact I'm repaying a finance right now for my current infiniti I wouldn't hesitate to get a kia again (owned 2014 proceed) they're remarkably well made cars and never I've experienced an issue with the one I had bearing in mind it wasn't a new car.
I thought that was an Lamborghini Urus for a second
Is this the business or personal contract option?
hybridbunny08/01/2020 00:07

I've had the Xceed (3 trim) since the end of November. I honestly wouldnt …I've had the Xceed (3 trim) since the end of November. I honestly wouldnt recommend it. Its chunkier and higher than a standard car, but the inside and boot space is very similar to an astra. The gear box is rubbish, constantly has issues with it not sitting in the selected gears properly. The camera placement for reversing is in such a place that it gets constantly dirty making it useless most of the time. The lane keep assist just does not do what it's meant to unless your on a motorway. On country roads it spends more time trying to detect the road than actually doing what it's meant to. Every 2 or 3 times it, for some reason keeps asking to confirm my phones connection after I've started driving. Does this on both the iPhone and my Samsung. Overall, I wish I had went with a different car and will be looking forward to handing this back after my 3 year lease is up.On the plus side it does drive rather well, I have the 1.4 model and I'm getting 40ish MPG but it's just meh, nothing impressive.Also, the yellow colour and automatic gearbox only come with the "First Edition" models.


This is not a self driving car...
You can buy a car for that much!
Cheaper than my Monthly lunch bill
insanely hot!
MrKrabs08/01/2020 01:10

Lane keep assist uses cameras to see the white lines on motorway and dual …Lane keep assist uses cameras to see the white lines on motorway and dual carriageways so of course it won't work down country roads.


Not sure what country roads he is driving on but the vast majority of A roads in North East my 68 Sportage steers and keeps in lane like a dream. If it wasn't crazy to do so I am sure I could use no hands. Do you think they changed the system? Moved the cameras? Either way get a Sportage if you can stretch cannot recommend it highly enough.
Chillbo08/01/2020 06:56

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Everyone's entitled to give an opinion on their ownership experience which some people might find helpful, so why dont you wind your neck in Jeremy Clarkson.
Edited by: "GrimDanFango" 8th Jan
hybridbunny08/01/2020 00:07

I've had the Xceed (3 trim) since the end of November. I honestly wouldnt …I've had the Xceed (3 trim) since the end of November. I honestly wouldnt recommend it. Its chunkier and higher than a standard car, but the inside and boot space is very similar to an astra. The gear box is rubbish, constantly has issues with it not sitting in the selected gears properly. The camera placement for reversing is in such a place that it gets constantly dirty making it useless most of the time. The lane keep assist just does not do what it's meant to unless your on a motorway. On country roads it spends more time trying to detect the road than actually doing what it's meant to. Every 2 or 3 times it, for some reason keeps asking to confirm my phones connection after I've started driving. Does this on both the iPhone and my Samsung. Overall, I wish I had went with a different car and will be looking forward to handing this back after my 3 year lease is up.On the plus side it does drive rather well, I have the 1.4 model and I'm getting 40ish MPG but it's just meh, nothing impressive.Also, the yellow colour and automatic gearbox only come with the "First Edition" models.


All sounds a bit like 1st world problems to me?
GrimDanFango08/01/2020 07:27

Everyone's entitled to give an opinion on their ownership experience which …Everyone's entitled to give an opinion on their ownership experience which some poeple might find helpful, so why dont you wind your neck in Jeremy Clarkson.


True, but lane assist is for motorways, so when someone's opinion is that it's rubbish because it doesn't work on country roads - then it's fair to form the view that this person's opinion isnt very solidly based. Isn't it?
Can you get accepted if you have a poor credit score my credit came out as 535 which isnt great
M_z08/01/2020 07:36

True, but lane assist is for motorways, so when someone's opinion is that …True, but lane assist is for motorways, so when someone's opinion is that it's rubbish because it doesn't work on country roads - then it's fair to form the view that this person's opinion isnt very solidly based. Isn't it?


If the entire post had been about how bad the car was as result of poor lane assist, then yes. But saying that someone's opinion is entirely worthless because they don't know how lane assist works is rubbish.
GrimDanFango08/01/2020 07:50

If the entire post had been about how bad the car was as result of poor …If the entire post had been about how bad the car was as result of poor lane assist, then yes. But saying that someone's opinion is entirely worthless because they don't know how lane assist works is rubbish.


Not rubbish, but suspect, not "solidly based" which is what I typed.
alcot33uk08/01/2020 07:34

All sounds a bit like 1st world problems to me?


He’s definitely sitting in LaLa land
never heard of a car “Not sitting in gear” unless the gearbox is faulty
sounds like a major issue you need to get looked at pal
JLH8608/01/2020 07:50

Can you get accepted if you have a poor credit score my credit came out as …Can you get accepted if you have a poor credit score my credit came out as 535 which isnt great


Credit score is a made up number, lenders will go by your credit history and apply their own algorithms. They don't see your score, and even if they did they'd completely disregard it.
M_z08/01/2020 07:36

True, but lane assist is for motorways, so when someone's opinion is that …True, but lane assist is for motorways, so when someone's opinion is that it's rubbish because it doesn't work on country roads - then it's fair to form the view that this person's opinion isnt very solidly based. Isn't it?


No, lane assist is for any road that has road markings, says it in the marketing brochure, the Kia dealership and instructional videos. I may not be the best at reviews but comparing the Xceed to the 6 other cars I've driven over the past 8 years (including the Sportage and the Sorento) I just found that the minor problems I'm having with the Xceed werent present on the other cars. The sportage was the best Kia I've driven and used my experience with that as a deciding factor to buy the Xceed and I regret my purchase.
Nikos198208/01/2020 07:25

Not sure what country roads he is driving on but the vast majority of A …Not sure what country roads he is driving on but the vast majority of A roads in North East my 68 Sportage steers and keeps in lane like a dream. If it wasn't crazy to do so I am sure I could use no hands. Do you think they changed the system? Moved the cameras? Either way get a Sportage if you can stretch cannot recommend it highly enough.



+1 the GF's 68 Sportage will pretty much drive itself with the lane keep assist and adaptive cruise control switched on. Drove right across France and back and hardly did anything bar keep a finger on the wheel. It does tell you to put hands on the wheel if you remove them for more than about 20 seconds I think it is.
Also the lane keep assist works fine on A and most B roads. Obviously it won't work on a proper country lane with no central white line.
JLH8608/01/2020 07:50

Can you get accepted if you have a poor credit score my credit came out as …Can you get accepted if you have a poor credit score my credit came out as 535 which isnt great


With which credit score service? They all use different ranges.
M_z08/01/2020 07:55

Not rubbish, but suspect, not "solidly based" which is what I typed.


As I said, if we were talking about an opinion on the car formed entirely around the view that the lane assist was rubbish, then I would agree with you. But it wasn't. That was just one item in a list of completely unrelated criticisms. And the post I originally replied to said "Sounds like you don’t have a clue about cars in general so everyone should ignore this post."

Plenty of people probably don't understand the way lane assist works, it's a relatively new technology on modern cars. Not understanding lane assist doesn't mean you know nothing about cars in general or that your opinion on anything about cars otherwise is suspect. It certainly doesn't mean the entire post was worthless, which is the point I was making.
alcot33uk08/01/2020 07:34

All sounds a bit like 1st world problems to me?


Well buying a £24,000 car is a bit of a 1st world thing anyway, isn't it?
merb078607/01/2020 23:05

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Can you feel the tension in the air!? I know I can! I can feel it way down in my pluuuuums!
MrFlux00107/01/2020 22:59

Just bought a Merc A class today, would have been swayed had I seen this, …Just bought a Merc A class today, would have been swayed had I seen this, what a bargain.


Really? They’re completely different cars.
MrKrabs08/01/2020 01:10

Lane keep assist uses cameras to see the white lines on motorway and dual …Lane keep assist uses cameras to see the white lines on motorway and dual carriageways so of course it won't work down country roads.


Sorry, I must be too Scottish, I define country roads as roads that connect smaller towns together, these still have road markings on both the inside and outside. I didnt mean roads such as farm roads or dirt tracks.
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