Lease Car - 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line Navigation (£916.32 intial, + 198 fee + £152.72pcm = £4,626.88 total) @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
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Lease Car - 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line Navigation (£916.32 intial, + 198 fee + £152.72pcm = £4,626.88 total) @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts

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Found 17th Dec 2017
Seems a reasonable deal to me, though i'm sure there are experts out there who will know better.

1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line Navigation Car

£916 inital payment
£198 processing fee
£152.72 per calendar month

Base on a 2 year lease at 8,000 miles a year.

Initial rental payent can be increase or lowered, but will impact on monthly cost.



  • Price OTR£21,645
  • 0-62 mph10.4 Seconds
  • TransmissionManual
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • Fuel Economy57.7 MPG
  • CO2112 g/km
  • Sat Nav
  • Bluetooth
  • Metallic Paint
  • Air Con
  • DAB
  • USB
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deleted19950917th Dec 2017

Pay thousands for something that will never be yours


Of course. Better to buy it outright and lose the cash that way!
csdmartin4 m ago

I think there has been alot of debate between leasing or hiring. I think …I think there has been alot of debate between leasing or hiring. I think it comes down to wether people want to be driving at new car. If you always wish to drive a new car, you are usually better of leasing then getting a renewing at the end of each lease to a new car. Depends what people want.



Leasing truly makes sense if it beats depreciation. The same car after two years and 20,000 miles would have predicted to have lost 56.4% of its value.
It's a Ford Focus by the way. (Not mentioned anywhere in post and discussion so far!)
penguini37 m ago

That’s why I buy 3yr old cars.


And never have warranty, liable for all repair costs, paying for your road fund license and have to get it mot’d every year
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I think your total price is incorrect. Should be £4,626.88 or £192.79 net/mth ((6+23) x £152.72) + £198).
It might be worthwhile too to opt for the 3+23 option as it's the same total cost and a smaller deposit (non-refundable before anyone gets on the bandwagon).
m5rcc4 m ago

I think your total price is incorrect. Should be £4,626.88 or £192.79 n …I think your total price is incorrect. Should be £4,626.88 or £192.79 net/mth ((6+23) x £152.72) + £198).


Moderator added the totals in
We had the auto version of this for a week while our car was being fixed. We drive like grannies as we are used to eeking out the range in our electric car. We got a reported 22mpg
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Pay thousands for something that will never be yours
csdmartin1 m ago

Moderator added the totals in


Then please correct it.
deleted19950917th Dec 2017

Pay thousands for something that will never be yours


Of course. Better to buy it outright and lose the cash that way!
I think there has been alot of debate between leasing or hiring. I think it comes down to wether people want to be driving at new car. If you always wish to drive a new car, you are usually better of leasing then getting a renewing at the end of each lease to a new car.

Depends what people want.
m5rcc7 m ago

Then please correct it.


Updated. Sorry, bit of a noob at posting. Didn't see the edit button...
csdmartin3 m ago

Updated. Sorry, bit of a noob at posting. Didn't see the edit button...


Change the price too - still has the old price!
csdmartin4 m ago

I think there has been alot of debate between leasing or hiring. I think …I think there has been alot of debate between leasing or hiring. I think it comes down to wether people want to be driving at new car. If you always wish to drive a new car, you are usually better of leasing then getting a renewing at the end of each lease to a new car. Depends what people want.



Leasing truly makes sense if it beats depreciation. The same car after two years and 20,000 miles would have predicted to have lost 56.4% of its value.
That’s why I buy 3yr old cars.
penguini4 m ago

That’s why I buy 3yr old cars.


Who had apples and oranges in the lease deal bingo??
Got this car via work, no power when accelerating above 50, MPG is 40 if lucky and it's a very basic spec.
deleted19950917th Dec 2017

Pay thousands for something that will never be yours


It didn't take long for the classic comments to arise. You haven't really thought about this properly have you?
JimmyBob1 m ago

Got this car via work, no power when accelerating above 50, MPG is 40 if …Got this car via work, no power when accelerating above 50, MPG is 40 if lucky and it's a very basic spec.


Sounds bad I have a 1.4TSI Bluemotion Golf and I can get 50mpg out of it (Not in town of course).
It's a Ford Focus by the way. (Not mentioned anywhere in post and discussion so far!)
penguini37 m ago

That’s why I buy 3yr old cars.


And never have warranty, liable for all repair costs, paying for your road fund license and have to get it mot’d every year
m5rcc1 h, 15 m ago

Leasing truly makes sense if it beats depreciation. The same car after two …Leasing truly makes sense if it beats depreciation. The same car after two years and 20,000 miles would have predicted to have lost 56.4% of its value.


How did you come up with that percentage? Would that be the same percentage as say buying a BMW or Audi?

Your statement is completely correct in terms out bearing depreciation but I always find it hard to work out what the car would be worth in 3/4/5 years.

Thanks
m5rcc1 h, 20 m ago

Leasing truly makes sense if it beats depreciation. The same car after two …Leasing truly makes sense if it beats depreciation. The same car after two years and 20,000 miles would have predicted to have lost 56.4% of its value.



The problem is, that no one pays list for this car!

As a fleet manager I would assume you could get an online deal or haggle at the dealer and get a good sum off of this car. Its a car that has to be sold in order to make it work for the manufacture and dealer. I know most of the Fords you can assume a 15-18% off of list, Vauxhall, many of the less popular BWMs like the 2 series will all get similar discounts.
140 ps out of 1.0 ? Wonder what the reliability is like.
I bought a Merc C Class £37,500 in 2011. I took it back to exchange 12 months later with only 2500 miles on the clock, and they offered me £19,000. Their was no marks on the car at all. I drove away and kept the car for another 3 years. When I get bored with my current car, again one that I've kept now for 3 years, I will look into leasing.
There are some amazing pch deals at the moment especially on VAG diesels. If you after a prestigious family car have a look at Audi A6 deals - an A6 tfsi on 2 years 8k pa is about £240 inc vat. That's a lot of car for not a lot of money
Dan121313 m ago

140 ps out of 1.0 ? Wonder what the reliability is like.


Who cares. It's under warranty.
Must have a massive turbo or something. Be hard to get good mpg.
Middle of the road Fords always depreciate quickly because they are bought in droves, used in fleets and rentals, and then after a short while tonnes get dumped onto the used market cheap with a billion to choose from so the prices are driven low.

Saying that if you ever pay anything like list for a Ford that isn't a performance model you have been mugged. Anyone with a pulse walking in off the street can get thousands knocked off a car like this, even if you're dead they will take £5k off like that.

This is a £15k car realistically.
scott453429 m ago

It's a Ford Focus by the way. (Not mentioned anywhere in post and …It's a Ford Focus by the way. (Not mentioned anywhere in post and discussion so far!)


what are you on about, have you seen the reg plate?
deleted19950917th Dec 2017

Pay thousands for something that will never be yours


Love stupid comments from people that simply have no clue.
zetecrob44 m ago

And never have warranty, liable for all repair costs, paying for your road …And never have warranty, liable for all repair costs, paying for your road fund license and have to get it mot’d every year


Unless you buy a Kia, SsangYong, Hyundai, Toyota, Subaru, Mitsubishi or Renault. Yes it may cost you for Road find licence although you could get a car with a zero pound one unlike a lease where you will be paying a minimum of £140 (costed into lease price). But yes you would need to budget £20-£50 for an MOT test.
If you go for the 3+23 deal you only pay £511.02, upfront plus the processing fee, so you save 4p!!!

They also have the Seat Leon Sport Coupe1.4 EcoTSI FR Titanium Technology for a few quid a month more, total is about £4.8k
Edited by: "Uncommon.Sense" 17th Dec 2017
vulcanproject28 m ago

Middle of the road Fords always depreciate quickly because they are bought …Middle of the road Fords always depreciate quickly because they are bought in droves, used in fleets and rentals, and then after a short while tonnes get dumped onto the used market cheap with a billion to choose from so the prices are driven low.Saying that if you ever pay anything like list for a Ford that isn't a performance model you have been mugged. Anyone with a pulse walking in off the street can get thousands knocked off a car like this, even if you're dead they will take £5k off like that.This is a £15k car realistically.




From the link posted previously:
"Predicted residual value £9,425"

So, if you are right about the £15k new value, the depreciation expected is a bit over £5.5k, ie nearly £1k more than the lease cost.
Cold..Dacia has 80mpg:))
richyjwill36 m ago

Must have a massive turbo or something. Be hard to get good mpg.


Common misconception. 2litre turbo engines have been known to produce 400bhp so 140 from a 1L is hardly pushing the limits. Having said that I am not sure I would want a 5 year old one of these. The original vw 1.4tsi engine was a disaster. Turbo charging and super charging is not a great idea in a shopping trolley
adamspencer9533 m ago

what are you on about, have you seen the reg plate?


Yep it says Focus, not ford.
GDB222215 m ago

From the link posted previously:"Predicted residual value £9,425"So, if …From the link posted previously:"Predicted residual value £9,425"So, if you are right about the £15k new value, the depreciation expected is a bit over £5.5k, ie nearly £1k more than the lease cost.


Sounds about right to me on a £15k-£16k new price you would get the car for. The lease would be slightly cheaper. It's a decent deal but not mind blowing.
markymark3411 m ago

Common misconception. 2litre turbo engines have been known to produce …Common misconception. 2litre turbo engines have been known to produce 400bhp so 140 from a 1L is hardly pushing the limits. Having said that I am not sure I would want a 5 year old one of these. The original vw 1.4tsi engine was a disaster. Turbo charging and super charging is not a great idea in a shopping trolley


This has just a turbo though no? That 1.4 in the fabia and gti was quite a one off I thought.
Dan12131 h, 16 m ago

140 ps out of 1.0 ? Wonder what the reliability is like.


What about the boxster, amg mercs, s60/v60, golf r which are all 2.0 litre 4 cyclinder and manager 300-375 horse power? Are they all unreliable, because the horse power per litre and cylinder is even greater there. Odd comment.
scott45341 h, 27 m ago

It's a Ford Focus by the way. (Not mentioned anywhere in post and …It's a Ford Focus by the way. (Not mentioned anywhere in post and discussion so far!)


My thoughts too. Just saw an iPad deal and people pointed on there that the deal didn’t mention iPad anywhere. Now I come to this deal and all I know is I’m getting a Car, which could be the fiesta. Only the pic gives it away.
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Dan12131 h, 21 m ago

140 ps out of 1.0 ? Wonder what the reliability is like.


If the engine is designed to be capable of 140ps from 1L then the displacement is not relevant.

If it was a 1L engine that was designed for 90ps and it was tuned up to capable of 140ps then I would expect the engine to be stressed.

The old turbo-bearing / cooling problems are mostly solved now.
And it's worth remembering that drivers rarely use their engines at maximum work.
peter1969uk1 h, 3 m ago

Yep it says Focus, not ford.


read the badge... jeez

just cant satisfy some people
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