*Lease - Low Initial Payment* Vauxhall Corsa Diesel Hatchback 1.3 CDTi ecoFLEX Limited Edition 5dr, 10k miles per annum, 3+23 months, Initial Payment of £393.01, 23 payments of £131.00 plus admin fee of £210.00 = £3616.01 over 24 months. Vehicle Save
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*Lease - Low Initial Payment* Vauxhall Corsa Diesel Hatchback 1.3 CDTi ecoFLEX Limited Edition 5dr, 10k miles per annum, 3+23 months, Initial Payment of £393.01, 23 payments of £131.00 plus admin fee of £210.00 = £3616.01 over 24 months. Vehicle Save

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Found 19th May 2014
There have been a few deals posted in regards to leasing a Vauxhall Corsa and wanted to share the best deal I have found. This deal includes a low initial cost. I have never leased with this company so I cannot recommend from personal experience.

Here are the details:

Vauxhall Corsa Diesel Hatchback 1.3 CDTi ecoFLEX Limited Edition 5dr

*10,000 mile per year
*Includes: Metallic Paint, Road Fund License, Free UK Mainland Delivery
*Initial Payment of £393.01 (inc VAT)
*23 monthly payments of £131.00 (inc VAT)
*Admin fee of £210 (Inc VAT)

Total Price over 2 years = £3,616.01

Brilliant deal in my opinion if you are after a cheap new car for a couple of years.

90 Comments

so how much is the car then its all paid?

Oh boy..... It's a lease!

If i could only afford the insurance

I'm quite interested in the idea of leasing. Anybody have any experience?

WHY would you lease when you can get 0% off them and actually buy a car for not a lot more?

vauxhall.co.uk/off…tml
Edited by: "Babbler" 19th May 2014

I personally would rather at least get finance on a car I would actually OWN at the end of it! Cause any damage, at all, and you pay for it! Would much rather own a car.

I guess it comes down to initial payment - but if you have a car to trade in then 0% is better deal imo.

any option to pay the car off after lease

Babbler

WHY would you lease when you can get 0% off them and actually buy a car … WHY would you lease when you can get 0% off them and actually buy a car for not a lot more?http://www.vauxhall.co.uk/offers-finance/finance_my_car/flexible_finance_0_apr.html



Looking at the finance calculator on that zero percent finance deal.

You need to pay £3,352 deposit, 24 months at £527.42 a month which is £12,658, so a total of £16,010. You would then own the car. In two years time according to Parkers the car would have a part exchange of £8,215. Therefore to own it for two years would cost you £7,795.

Or lease as above for £3,616

I am in two minds about leasing a car or not. The RRP on these cars is clearly ridiculous, they're nowhere near £16k and anyone paying that would be daft.

lookers.co.uk/vau…sa/
This one looks like it has barely been off the forecourt and costs 10k.

But my situation has changed, I need a car to do 60 miles of Motorway driving a day, a diesel seems like the best option and I have nothing really to put down. Obviously I'm going to need 15,000 miles as a deal and looking at the one below for £145 a month.

allcarleasing.co.uk/car…218

Have to agree, leasing is the way to go for me recently too when I worked out the financal options. I would rather invest my money elsewhere than buying a lump of metal that will invariably depreciate in value. Plus, I don't have to worry about car tax, etc and I can either buy, or hand the car back without worry of selling it, at the end of lease.. or just lease another. (_;)

scottishpunter

Looking at the finance calculator on that zero percent finance deal.You … Looking at the finance calculator on that zero percent finance deal.You need to pay £3,352 deposit, 24 months at £527.42 a month which is £12,658, so a total of £16,010. You would then own the car. In two years time according to Parkers the car would have a part exchange of £8,215. Therefore to own it for two years would cost you £7,795.Or lease as above for £3,616

Splodger101

Have to agree, leasing is the way to go for me recently too when I worked … Have to agree, leasing is the way to go for me recently too when I worked out the financal options. I would rather invest my money elsewhere than buying a lump of metal that will invariably depreciate in value. Plus, I don't have to worry about car tax, etc and I can either buy, or hand the car back without worry of selling it, at the end of lease.. or just lease another. (_;)



Free servicing for 3 years and no tax on the cars Ive been looking at. And no MOT for first 3 years either. Also over 5 years not 2. But hey.

What's the point of having a diesel with only 10k miles a year!?

I imagine leasing is a consideration as most people are use to paying for things and not owning them at the end of the term. I think that is an idea most are getting used to, as with rent for example.
Edited by: "qalih" 19th May 2014

scottishpunter

Looking at the finance calculator on that zero percent finance deal.You … Looking at the finance calculator on that zero percent finance deal.You need to pay £3,352 deposit, 24 months at £527.42 a month which is £12,658, so a total of £16,010. You would then own the car. In two years time according to Parkers the car would have a part exchange of £8,215. Therefore to own it for two years would cost you £7,795.Or lease as above for £3,616



Far too many people blindly believe owning is always better, perhaps they should have studied harder at school.

I've just switched to leasing as the numbers just worked out better compared to buying new or used.
Someone show me where you can finance this car for £131 a month with £600 down up front.

There's a massive distinction between leasing a car and renting a house and that is depreciation.

Babbler

I guess it comes down to initial payment - but if you have a car to trade … I guess it comes down to initial payment - but if you have a car to trade in then 0% is better deal imo.



Watch the 0% offers on Vauxhalls they're based on MRP, effectively the 'interest' is bundled up in the sale price.

Cash buyers and those who arrange finance elsewhere will get massive discounts on most Vauxhalls.

happenstance

What's the point of having a diesel with only 10k miles a year!?



^^^ This.

docefc

There's a massive distinction between leasing a car and renting a house … There's a massive distinction between leasing a car and renting a house and that is depreciation.



Dunno about that, quite a lot of families suffered depreciation on their homes 5-6 years ago.

Dantooine

I'm quite interested in the idea of leasing. Anybody have any experience?



This type of thing is great i got into a five year finance deal and now im wanting out of it but the car is in negative equity so im stuck i wish id of took something like this out.

le_jaeger

^^^ This.



It sometimes makes the lease cheaper as the depreciation is generally lower on diesels. Also lower tax, better MPG and if you're only keeping it 2 years you shouldn't experience DPF/DMF woes.

blitzmmccv

This type of thing is great i got into a five year finance deal and now … This type of thing is great i got into a five year finance deal and now im wanting out of it but the car is in negative equity so im stuck i wish id of took something like this out.



How much of the original finance have you paid off? If it's half, you can usually terminate early and hand the car back.

I think tilson group are doing the same car for a total of £3500 over 24months. I looked on the weekend

Any similar deals about for 20,000 miles per year range?? Any make/model

scottishpunter

Looking at the finance calculator on that zero percent finance deal.You … Looking at the finance calculator on that zero percent finance deal.You need to pay £3,352 deposit, 24 months at £527.42 a month which is £12,658, so a total of £16,010. You would then own the car. In two years time according to Parkers the car would have a part exchange of £8,215. Therefore to own it for two years would cost you £7,795.Or lease as above for £3,616



They did have an event on this weekend which expired today. 5 years 0% deal, UP TO £2000 deposit contribution from them and £500 fuel card.

I say up to because I think you'll probably be lucky to get anywhere near a grand probably for a cosra.
vauxhall.co.uk/off…ent
The small print says "**Vauxhall Deposit Contribution excludes Corsa S and Excite, ADAM, Mokka, Cascada and New Insignia models."

I have nothing against lease deals, but each person's different and some may like to physically own something after putting that money in while others are happy to keep the ball rolling on new car lease so they don't need to worry about MOT/Warranty expiring. Each to their own.

Peace

Are you subject to a strict credit check when leasing? Or is it a bit less stringent if its secured on the car?

do you have to pay to service these your self on a lease? if so does it have to be at a main dealer?

Roll up, roll up. Eyes down for the lease deal BS Bingo. Tick one off your card as each phrase comes time and time again....

You mean I never own it?
I'd rather have a second hand Audi/BMW for this money
Does it come with insurance?
How much is the final payment?
I really never own it?
Does it include servicing?
I'd rather pay for an old banger and know it's mine.
Seriously - you mean I never own it?

Sigh. Good deal this, voted hot. If it's still around when my wife's Ibiza lease finishes at the end of August, I'll probably go for this as it's about the same per month for a similar specced car. .

oddballjamie

It sometimes makes the lease cheaper as the depreciation is generally … It sometimes makes the lease cheaper as the depreciation is generally lower on diesels. Also lower tax, better MPG and if you're only keeping it 2 years you shouldn't experience DPF/DMF woes.


if you buy a new car from them you get their "10 year/100000 miles warranty" but you have to keep servicing your car there.
not heard many issues about DPF on diesels that do long distances. Horror stories and expensive bills for some that do short journeys, frequently in start and stop situations like heavy traffic. However I will say I have heard a lot of DMF issues regardless of driving style. conversions to single are better but the cars vibrate a lot more and usually cost £700. you'll lose your warranty too if you do that. Vauxhall from my knowledge have always tried to get out of DMF saying it's people riding the clutch wearing it out etc all the stories and I have read on forums that 1 guy had 7 DMF changes to his insignia all under warranty though his was a demo car previously.
long story short, regardless of brand and age it is the luck of the draw with your DMF(VW group have issues with theirs too).
why did they need to make the gearboxes smaller in cars and introduce DMF

jezzie1234

I personally would rather at least get finance on a car I would actually … I personally would rather at least get finance on a car I would actually OWN at the end of it! Cause any damage, at all, and you pay for it! Would much rather own a car.



like you would if you owned the car! surely that's what insurance is for????? just saying :-P

Banned

After 2 years you are again on your foot.............What a rubbish encouragement. cold

scottishpunter

Looking at the finance calculator on that zero percent finance deal.You … Looking at the finance calculator on that zero percent finance deal.You need to pay £3,352 deposit, 24 months at £527.42 a month which is £12,658, so a total of £16,010. You would then own the car. In two years time according to Parkers the car would have a part exchange of £8,215. Therefore to own it for two years would cost you £7,795.Or lease as above for £3,616



How about the calculation for 10 years? (honest question)

twister121

After 2 years you are again on your foot.............What a rubbish … After 2 years you are again on your foot.............What a rubbish encouragement. cold



You are not voting on the concept of leasing. You are voting on the DEAL..... I cannot understand how people like twister still do not know what this site is about. Please read up about what this site is about. Or at least read the title of this site, hotukDEALS

oddballjamie

How much of the original finance have you paid off? If it's half, you can … How much of the original finance have you paid off? If it's half, you can usually terminate early and hand the car back.



Unfortunately i've only had it a year myself and its turning out to be a bit of a lemon its a 10 plate vw polo dsg 29K miles its got an electrical fault with one of its back lights, just had to replace the back shocks as they went and the gearbox fells like its on its way out. So naturally when stuff starts to go wrong you lose interest in the car if its out of warranty.

blitzmmccv

Unfortunately i've only had it a year myself and its turning out to be a … Unfortunately i've only had it a year myself and its turning out to be a bit of a lemon its a 10 plate vw polo dsg 29K miles its got an electrical fault with one of its back lights, just had to replace the back shocks as they went and the gearbox fells like its on its way out. So naturally when stuff starts to go wrong you lose interest in the car if its out of warranty.



Ouch, sounds like you need to get rid as soon as you can

twister121

After 2 years you are again on your foot.............What a rubbish … After 2 years you are again on your foot.............What a rubbish encouragement. cold



If this deal was for an annual rail pass for £1,800 which was half the price of financing it by another method - would you be complaining that it was only for a year, or that you did not own the train at the end of the year?

This deal is hot, if its not the way you would do it fair enough, but does not change the fact that its a good deal.

scottishpunter

If this deal was for an annual rail pass for £1,800 which was half the … If this deal was for an annual rail pass for £1,800 which was half the price of financing it by another method - would you be complaining that it was only for a year, or that you did not own the train at the end of the year?This deal is hot, if its not the way you would do it fair enough, but does not change the fact that its a good deal.



Good way of putting it mate, lol

He is probably just a troll anyway

J400uk

Not sure if has been posted but VXR for only £5 extra per month - … Not sure if has been posted but VXR for only £5 extra per month - http://www.allcarleasing.co.uk/car-leasing/vauxhall-corsa-16t_vxr_3dr-car-leasing-50159



How much initial payment for that deal?
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