Lease: Renault Kadjar 1.5 dci Signature Nav 10k miles 6+23 - Deposit £1258.05 + 23 Monthly payments of £209.68 Inc Vat (Total - £6080.69) @ Hitachi
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Lease: Renault Kadjar 1.5 dci Signature Nav 10k miles 6+23 - Deposit £1258.05 + 23 Monthly payments of £209.68 Inc Vat (Total - £6080.69) @ Hitachi

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Found 15th Mar 2016
OK, this is nothing like the amazing Passat Alltrack deal (which was a pricing mistake) but is the cheapest lease deal I've seen yet for this model/engine. Most deals for this car are still over £300 per month so this is a bit of a bertie bargain.

£1258.05 up front and then £209.67 per month for 23 months.

The Renault Kadjar is largely based on the Nissan Qashqai, but has a fantastic interior - one thing that Renault does very well. this particular model is the top of the range Signature Nav version and comes loaded with gadgets, toys and an amazing Bose sound system.
autoexpress.co.uk/ren…iew

It's VERY economical with 70+ mpg (yeah, ok, not "real world" but as a comparison to other models, it's still very good).

New cost for this car is £23,595 but is available around £22K. With depreciation at 20% per annum (that's being a bit generous, but let's go with that) you'd conservatively lose £8,800 over the first two years of ownership (plus any interest charges if you had to borrow money to fund the purchase, of course). Compared to that depreciation, £6K is a good deal and nearly £3K cheaper over 2 years than buying the car.

As this is quite a new car there aren't many deals around for it yet. PCP quotes are a lot higher than this. Link is direct to Hitachi Vehicle Solutions, cutting out any brokers and they usually don't charge any fees. Deal is for 10K miles, but you CAN exceed this and the excess mileage rate from Hitachi is usually pretty competitive AND they often offer deals if you call them near the end of your lease.

Lease deals are not for everyone. If you want to buy a cheaper car then you can. Some people want to have the benefit of new cars, warranties, fixed prices, improved safety rating, better technology and no worries about breakdowns and for them, this is a good deal. You don't get the option to buy, you do not get your deposit back, you do not get insurance and maintenance included (at this price), it's just like renting a car for a two year period then you hand it back and do it all over again.
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Can get this car for £20k rather than £22k. Will still favour the lease, but not such a huge saving as originally thought.
Kadja doo–doo
I really appreciate the OP putting in the effort with this, I can see you did try.

I think firstly, no one wants a Renault, they are brand with reputation as low as the "so called Islamic state".

On various other threads myself and others have suggest to people to look for the car they want, see the deals from three companies and then start to the blower negotiating the price.

This car is Nissan Qashqai money for not a Qashqai (similar stuff perhaps)! This maybe a good deal, if you think so, but not for something no one wants in a market with lots of things people do.
Edited by: "groenleader" 15th Mar 2016
The Kadjar gets very good reviews. Probably because Renault didn't build the tech bits ;-)

I'd challenge the cold voters to find a better lease deal than this... but it never happens. Just carry on with the "cold" votes chaps and don't bother explaining why ;-)

karlie88

Can get this car for £20k rather than £22k. Will still favour the lease, b … Can get this car for £20k rather than £22k. Will still favour the lease, but not such a huge saving as originally thought.



Where can you get this specific model from for £20k then?
karlie88

https://www.uk-car-discount.co.uk/vehicle/70744



Fair point, well made :-)
The alltrack didn't come good for me but paying over six grand for a car you fairly easily own seems a bit of a waste. You could probably get one of these a few months old and like new for 15 odd. That means after 2 years you have payed almost half. Another year or two of payments and the car would be yours.
A car that I could never afford to buy on the other hand would be ok.
That's why I can't understand people paying over 6k for a corsa.
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I voted hot & it went two degrees minus!
deany76

I voted hot & it went two degrees minus!


This place cracks me up sometimes. It only takes a few to vote one way or another and the sheep just follow. I look at lease deals a lot and this is actually a good one, but it only takes a few to say, "eurgh, it's a Renault" without doing the research into what the proper motor journalists have said about this car and the die is cast. Main dealers will be over £300 per month for an equivalent deal. PCP would be around £300 per month for 4 years, but because this isn't a supercheap deal and it's not a Merc, Audi, BMW or VW, the great unwashed think it's actually a worse deal than it is. If I hadn't got the Alltrack deal I'd probably have been on this.
cold for the stupid name
Lol wouldn't touch a Renault way unreliable
Reliability with renault much better these days. Longer warranty reflects this. With a lease I suppose you always have a car in warrinty too.
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