Lease deal 12 months - 10000 mile -  Citroen C1 AIRSCAPE HATCHBACK 1.0 VTi Feel 5dr - £114 per month £1368 @ vehiclesforbusiness
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Lease deal 12 months - 10000 mile - Citroen C1 AIRSCAPE HATCHBACK 1.0 VTi Feel 5dr - £114 per month £1368 @ vehiclesforbusiness

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Found 30th May 2015
This is the 5 door Airscape model with aircon, 7 in tablet entertainment system including DAB and bluetooth connectivity. This is £20 per month cheaper than my previous find at 2000 miles more per year!

hotukdeals.com/dea…548

A new car every year - why not!

Amended with karlie88s help - thanks!
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Edited by: "Kammyb" 30th May 2015
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Kammyb

Hot. Just a heads up:Initial rental:£453.49Processing fee:£360.00



Yes - 9+11 profile so £50.39 x 20 + £360 = £1367.80 - as karlie88 said below- ta
Edited by: "redadmiral" 30th May 2015
redadmiral

Yes - (453+360)= 813/12=68 per month +50per month = £117 total


Aha, sorry for my ignorance!
If I didn't need my car for carrying all my work junk I would go for this
Ta OP - voted hot.

Although I don't get all this leasing malarky...you could buy a pink Fiat Cinquecento for less than £500 and still have £1k spare:

autotrader.co.uk/cla…372

X)
C1 also has bluetooth telephone connectivity.
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karlie88

Ta OP - voted hot.Although I don't get all this leasing malarky...you … Ta OP - voted hot.Although I don't get all this leasing malarky...you could buy a pink Fiat Cinquecento for less than £500 and still have £1k spare:http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201505213658372X)



or lease peugot 208 gti for £166 per month here:

208 GTi 200BHP

Edited by: "redadmiral" 30th May 2015
karlie88

Ta OP - voted hot.Although I don't get all this leasing malarky...you … Ta OP - voted hot.Although I don't get all this leasing malarky...you could buy a pink Fiat Cinquecento for less than £500 and still have £1k spare:http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201505213658372X)


Lol you can use the £1k remaining for repairs
Kammyb

Lol you can use the £1k remaining for repairs



X)

I thought they're indestructible.

Does the C1 have a Haldex 4WD system...
OP I think your calculations are wrong slightly.

9+11 profile so £50.39 x 20 + £360 = £1367.80.

Thus £113.98 per month rather than £117.
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<<<<<<<< off to the pub - haldex smaldex ralgex.....
Edited by: "redadmiral" 30th May 2015
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karlie88

OP I think your calculations are wrong slightly.9+11 profile so £50.39 x … OP I think your calculations are wrong slightly.9+11 profile so £50.39 x 20 + £360 = £1367.80.Thus £113.98 per month rather than £117.


Thanks - will amend!
redadmiral



haldex ralgex shouldnt come up but you never know , the lease haters will probably start moaning that its only front wheel drive
That seems like a bargain. Seems kinda good for a first car too, say, to get them going and give them a year to save for themselves?

Insurance should be low too.
68.9mpg? They having a laugh?
This seems like a good deal. Leasing not for me personally and it's strange that if the deal was for £2,736 over 2 years, I would have thought it not such a good deal - even though it probably is!

Around £4 a day + insurance to rent this. Not bad.
Edited by: "topss" 30th May 2015
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Taz1529

68.9mpg? They having a laugh?



I have the 3 door feel 1ltr model and get 43mpg or 50mpg being really careful, but much better than my previous car at 28mpg.

Edited by: "redadmiral" 30th May 2015
Remember you need to look after it and will get charged for any damage at the end (wheel kerbing etc). A few people I know have gone for these deals only to get hit with a bill for repair work at the end.

It sure is an attractive way to get into a safe reliable new car with a warranty but please keep your eyes open for costs at the end if you view it as a commodity.
nice little run around city car
Voted hot by the way as its a good deal of that type of car suits your needs.
topss

This seems like a good deal. Leasing not for me personally and it's … This seems like a good deal. Leasing not for me personally and it's strange that if the deal was for £2,736 over 2 years, I would have thought it not such a good deal - even though it probably is!



Depreciation is always highest in 1st year of new car ownership.

Also, bear in mind that you only pay the admin fee once and there wouldn't another 9 + 11 term in the second year...it would just be 12 more monthly payments of £50.39.

So it's actually an extra £604 for the second year rather another £1368.
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uncreatively

Remember you need to look after it and will get charged for any damage at … Remember you need to look after it and will get charged for any damage at the end (wheel kerbing etc). A few people I know have gone for these deals only to get hit with a bill for repair work at the end.It sure is an attractive way to get into a safe reliable new car with a warranty but please keep your eyes open for costs at the end if you view it as a commodity.



Im on my first lease currently and thought id take a chance on being hit at the end after it finishes. But this was after asking around mates, colleagues and forums, it seems not to happen often in my experience. Remember the bvrla fair wear and tear guidelinesmay help some and what car guide here

Edited by: "redadmiral" 30th May 2015
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Hot as hell, just wish I had the stones to go for it
Cheap as chips
Brilliant deal!!! shame not big enough for the 5 of us...but great deal and car for 4 people.
Would rather roller skate than to be seen in this.
Great deal. What is the difference between their "1.0 VTi Feel 5dr" and "1.0 VTi Flair 5dr" models?
Can also do a 1 + 11 payment profile - £83.99 deposit, £360 processing fee and 11 monthly payments of £83.99 - total £1367.88.
tempted but worried about charges at end of period,never had a prang myself but have came back to scratches etc when in car parks
I'm sure central leasing will price match, only £180 processing fee too.
lucifa

Great deal. What is the difference between their "1.0 VTi Feel 5dr" and … Great deal. What is the difference between their "1.0 VTi Feel 5dr" and "1.0 VTi Flair 5dr" models?



Flair comes with stuff like alloys and satnav. This has mirror view but beware, only a couple of mostly outdated handsets support it. No chance with lolipop. Think its Samsung s3 and some HTC handset.
Do you have to service the car before you hand it back?
This is so cheap! A few questions regarding all this leasing milarky...is servicing including, or do you have to pay for it yourself? What about replacement tyres if you get a flat?

EDiT: Nevermind, just saw maintenance isn't included. Do any of these lease deals include maintence such as tyre replacements, or is it a no across the board?
Edited by: "ClubLife" 30th May 2015
Or you could buy this little scoot instead for £1199 and have something to show for your money, 120mpg, ride on your car licence and carry a pillion passenger. Cheap insurance and £16 a year road tax kymco.co.uk/kym…htm
I'm relatively new to credit, anybody know what these companies are like for accepting for finance?
POWYSWALES

Or you could buy this little scoot instead for £1199 and have something … Or you could buy this little scoot instead for £1199 and have something to show for your money, 120mpg, ride on your car licence and carry a pillion passenger. Cheap insurance and £16 a year road tax http://www.kymco.co.uk/kymco/new/bikes/Scooters/2013agility50.htm



Hang on...you're comparing a car lease deal to buying a scooter?! oO

What about my monthly commute from London to Edinburgh with another 2 passengers and a piece of luggage?
karlie88

Hang on...you're comparing a car lease deal to buying a scooter?! oOWhat … Hang on...you're comparing a car lease deal to buying a scooter?! oOWhat about my monthly commute from London to Edinburgh with another 2 passengers and a piece of luggage?



Train is not an option. X)
absolutely fantastic deal, you wouldn't be able to walk into a dealer and pay that for a years worth of new car!
Thanks for this, very interesting.
Could do with something like this for the wife, she only does a 3-4 thousands miles a year, is there anything even cheaper, maybe to swap every 2 years?
How do you up the mileage to 30k rather than 10k?
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