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Skoda Karoq 1.0 SE TECH, £186.50 1+23 8k  lease - £4476 + processing fee £298.80 - £4774.80 from Lease Shop
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Found 29th Dec 2017Found 29th Dec 2017
Haven’t seen a better deal than this, a lot of car and a decent base spec with cruise control etc. 206pm for the 1.5l that think a 1.0l engine isn’t enough for town usage.. Jus… Read more
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Not too bad still. Might be the one I go for.

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patfola157 m ago

£196 a month comes with 1 month initial payment rather than the original …£196 a month comes with 1 month initial payment rather than the original 9months. so overall it's actually a little cheaper.


This was always 1+23 at £185 .. not 9 months?

£196 a month comes with 1 month initial payment rather than the original 9months. so overall it's actually a little cheaper.

price gone up now to £196 a month

I wish the prices on the 1.5 se l would start to drop.
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DS DS 3 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech 82 Connected Chic 3dr - £146.39 per month, 24 month (3+23), 10k miles @ Lease Shop
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Found 30th Nov 2017Found 30th Nov 2017
Posted a similar deal the other day but found this today... I'm thinking of getting, but has anyone used leaseshop.co.uk before? Can't find any online reviews apart from their own… Read more
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jbarclay199230 m ago

Have any examples?


In fairness I can't think of any cars made from China.

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Tequila20 h, 14 m ago

China car no good.No thanks I can buy better cars.end of story.



Have any examples?

MrShed6 h, 43 m ago

I'd agree I have been conservative in some areas. I think your example …I'd agree I have been conservative in some areas. I think your example gives a comparison between a good and bad second hand car experience, which can only reinforce the point.Somewhere in the middle is probably the "average" experience, which in any event still proves the point.I do agree with Gavin above though - this all still depends on getting a good deal, whichever way you are going. Get a bad lease deal and the figures skew. The target should clearly be a lease that is not much above expected depreciation of the vehicle.Just to pick up a couple of specifics:- I didnt include tyres as they are a consumable item. In theory they should cost the exact same "per mile" whether on a lease or a second hand. I agree that on a second hand vehicle you are more likely to replace within 2 years for obvious reasons, but I would also say that if the tyres are worn then this should be factored into the purchase price - so in effect I agree with Gavin on this.- Breakdown recovery - good point. Obviously its a choice whether you get this or not but certainly another area to be factored in.- Repairs - probably a debatable point I would say you were very unfortunate to get those kind of costs in a 3 to 6 year old vehicle - I certainly wouldnt expect to be paying for a pump, absorbers and handbrake at that age, and probably even the battery. Brakes - a bit like my tyre point above I suppose. What you do make a very good point on though is that if you are buying a second hand car, you are much more likely to hit major service milestones with the costs that come with.Either way, we are certainly agreeing!!Gavin - I agree with you as well. Either way, it all comes down to the deal. Ironically, we have just bought a brand new car for the wife, not on a lease. This is because it was more cost effective to do so on that specific deal - and in fact, we managed to purchase for the same net price as it would have cost us for the second hand (2 year old) vehicle we had originally gone in to see(!) - a combination of my ruthless negotiating and some particular incentives on that vehicle. My issue is people who rule out a lease just because its "a lease" - its so short sighted and misinformed. Its another option that often (and indeed in my experience more often than not) is the best value way to drive a car. But because people are skewed with this sense of "ownership", they cant see past that.


We are agreeing. I was just pointing out that with a few more realistic costs added, the benefits are magnified.

I possibly was slightly unfortunate with that car, but it's been enough to swing me towards leasing twice since.

You're right about getting a good deal. That's the whole aim. Leasing is so aggressively discounted at times that it can be a real bargain if you hunt round. Hence, we're on this site!

China car no good.
No thanks I can buy better cars.
end of story.

kristmace1 h, 23 m ago

Your estimates are extremely conservative. I did the same a few years ago …Your estimates are extremely conservative. I did the same a few years ago with a 3 year old car. In addition to the costs you listed, it also cost me:a. Around £1000 in tyres. All 4 needed changing shortly after buying it, and 3 years later, before selling, needed changing again. b. Breakdown recovery. Costs me £70 a year with a second hand car but is included with a new car lease.c. Repairs. You were fortunate to have such low costs. Between 3 and 6 years old, my last car cost me over £2k in repairs. Nothing serious, just consistent things that needed replacing due to age: Cambelt, waterpump, shock absorbers, brake pads and discs, battery, handbrake mechanism, etc. Add all those to your expenses and I'm convinced that a lease is actually cheaper than a second hand car in so many cases. The only exception is if you buy a second hand car very cheaply (8 years old and above), but thats an apples to oranges comparison.


I'd agree I have been conservative in some areas. I think your example gives a comparison between a good and bad second hand car experience, which can only reinforce the point.

Somewhere in the middle is probably the "average" experience, which in any event still proves the point.

I do agree with Gavin above though - this all still depends on getting a good deal, whichever way you are going. Get a bad lease deal and the figures skew. The target should clearly be a lease that is not much above expected depreciation of the vehicle.

Just to pick up a couple of specifics:
- I didnt include tyres as they are a consumable item. In theory they should cost the exact same "per mile" whether on a lease or a second hand. I agree that on a second hand vehicle you are more likely to replace within 2 years for obvious reasons, but I would also say that if the tyres are worn then this should be factored into the purchase price - so in effect I agree with Gavin on this.
- Breakdown recovery - good point. Obviously its a choice whether you get this or not but certainly another area to be factored in.
- Repairs - probably a debatable point I would say you were very unfortunate to get those kind of costs in a 3 to 6 year old vehicle - I certainly wouldnt expect to be paying for a pump, absorbers and handbrake at that age, and probably even the battery. Brakes - a bit like my tyre point above I suppose. What you do make a very good point on though is that if you are buying a second hand car, you are much more likely to hit major service milestones with the costs that come with.

Either way, we are certainly agreeing!!

Gavin - I agree with you as well. Either way, it all comes down to the deal. Ironically, we have just bought a brand new car for the wife, not on a lease. This is because it was more cost effective to do so on that specific deal - and in fact, we managed to purchase for the same net price as it would have cost us for the second hand (2 year old) vehicle we had originally gone in to see(!) - a combination of my ruthless negotiating and some particular incentives on that vehicle. My issue is people who rule out a lease just because its "a lease" - its so short sighted and misinformed. Its another option that often (and indeed in my experience more often than not) is the best value way to drive a car. But because people are skewed with this sense of "ownership", they cant see past that.
Edited by: "MrShed" 4th Dec 2017
Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 TSI 245 vRS 5dr £226.90 a month with £226.90 initial rental 24 months + £298.80 processing fee £5,744.40 @ lease shop
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I posted an Octavia vRS deal a couple of days ago. But I think this one may be better! Contract term 24 months Rental profile 1 + 23 Annual mileage 8000 Processing fee £298.80 Fin… Read more

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jbarclay19928 h, 26 m ago

How did you find the Lease Shop were? Everything seem alright?


Used NVS instead.

volksdub6th Nov

Should be getting mine in 6-7 weeks.



How did you find the Lease Shop were? Everything seem alright?

Should be getting mine in 6-7 weeks.

unknownorigin19 h, 40 m ago

Oh, and what was your mileage utilisation like ? And how close to the …Oh, and what was your mileage utilisation like ? And how close to the service were you in terms of mileage?


My mileage allowance is 30k over the 36 months. I am currently at 26,600 with 5 weeks to go until my early termination, so I'll be well under my pro-rated mileage allowance.
Servicing is every 12 months/10k miles if I'm not mistaken.
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Really Cheap Mercedes deal 10000 mileage - 24months - £238.80 incl VAT monthly rental - £2149.20 incl VAT initial rental £298.80 - £7940.40 @ Lease shop
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Just come across this Mercedes deal looks like a great offer for what car it is.
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jameswalker45715 h, 2 m ago

Hell of a lot to consider. Thanks for your insight!



It is really simple to figure out if leasing is for you. Some people like to make it sound like a big deal. Those people generally have their own axe to grind.

jameswalker4571 h, 1 m ago

I never mentioned the gap value? Did I? Lol


You mentioned 'comparing both scenarios. To do so, you'd need to know how much an owned car would cost in the future to work out whether a PCH is viable.

118luke41 m ago

Fuel, Insurance, servicing, excess mileage charges and Damage liability …Fuel, Insurance, servicing, excess mileage charges and Damage liability (unless you chance it that the assessor will be lenient towards any scratches or light damage.) GAP insurance is recommended as well.Make sure your finances are secure for the next few years too as you wont actually own a car once you go down the leasing path - so if things go wayward you'll still need to keep up the lease payments as your under contract.

Hell of a lot to consider. Thanks for your insight!

m5rcc36 m ago

It isn't. Re-read what you I actually wrote. It is impossible to predict …It isn't. Re-read what you I actually wrote. It is impossible to predict exactly the GFV today of a diesel given their falling residuals.Servicing can be obviously fixed for a price.

I never mentioned the gap value? Did I? Lol

SixtyFive12th Sep

We had a woman in to have her husbands watch repaired today, she was …We had a woman in to have her husbands watch repaired today, she was driving a new Mercedes & had a fur coat etc etc. Anyway the watch was a fake Rolex he had to impress people. it's the same with these car deals which appear to be hired by people to impress others they have money but usually it turns out they in debt & unable to pay the rent. The things people do to impress others is quite sad really.

If it was a fake Rolex then you should have retained it and reported it....
Peugeot 108 Hatchback 1.0 Active 5dr at Leaseshop £1867 for 12 months Personal Lease
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Peugeot 108 Hatchback 1.0 Active 5 door Leaseshop 12 months Personal Contract Hire Rental profile: 9 + 11 Annual mileage: 10000 £79.25 x 11 months. Initial Rental: 713.25 … Read more

This is now on 1+11 £132 per month, £1593.36 over 12 months.

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I went to a dealer leasing Peugeot car on their Peugeot Passport scheme … I went to a dealer leasing Peugeot car on their Peugeot Passport scheme . He said I need to take more insurance to cover what my normal insurance would not cover. Otherwise when returning the car , Peugeot will charge big penalty for minor scratches etc which are inevitable from daily use over a year. Also big penalties for exceeding mileage. So be careful



Rubbish. If you're leasing, there's a fair wear and tear policy they follow. Things such as minor scratches and minor dents that are under a certain measurement are classed as fair wear and tear, you get the booklet when you lease the car. Insurance wise, you may need to add gap insurance, but most decent insurers have this included for new cars.

I will never forget the drivers seat coming loose on my 206 while driving on the motorway and it was only 3 months old.

For something like this you are better buying a 6 month old one. And paying it off over 3 years. Payments will be less. And have something to show for it.

Not against leasing but in the lower end of market it isn't worth it imo

I went to a dealer leasing Peugeot car on their Peugeot Passport scheme . He said I need to take more insurance to cover what my normal insurance would not cover. Otherwise when returning the car , Peugeot will charge big penalty for minor scratches etc which are inevitable from daily use over a year. Also big penalties for exceeding mileage. So be careful