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Audi A7 40 TDI S Line 5dr S Tronic 10k miles, 24 months (3+23) £413.40 - £10892.16 - Leasing Options
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£1,240.20 deposit £413.40 per month inc vat 10,000 miles 24 months
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2003bluecat

Good point. Maybe those crafty vehicle manufacturers have engineered some built-in obsolescence into the upcoming crop. Still, you almost can drive a top of the range one for peanuts now, perhaps why in general lease prices have increased the last few years.

ZapGod

But that will not stop the second hand market getting flooded with cheap diesel mercs etc. Law of supply and demand. If I can drive a top of the line used merc for peanuts why would I want to drop any money on a new diesel audi even on a lease unless I am living in London and have to.

2003bluecat

That article suggests it will only affect diesel cars made before 2015.

ZapGod

My point is these lease deals will get hugely cheaper once the panic sets in as we get nearer to that date so you will miss a chance to pick up a cheap diesel. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jan/05/london-ultra-low-emission-zone

mrew42

(I know, that's why I asked him to tell me :) )

Range Rover Evoque 2.0 D150 R-Dynamic 5dr 2WD - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £1440 initial + £239.99pm + £180 admin = £7140 @ Leasing Options
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Market leading price for this Range Rover Evoque 2.0 D150 R-Dynamic 5dr 2WD on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. Nearly £700 cheaper than the recent deal from Gateway2Lease … Read more
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RealBargainHunter

Would be nice but I still enjoy my nippy Vauxhall Astra Ultimate 1.6 200bhp petrol, it has nearly everything I need for now.

Jaybeam

So I repeat where did you get the photo from?

BattleBeast1

Take yourself down to any dealership and have a look at any Evoque or Freelander over a couple of years old and see for yourself .....it's not just a Landrover thing though,most makes are the same.The reason I know is I spent 6 months looking for a newer suv,not many would bother to look underneath a car,as I do a bit of work at them I do....depends how fussy you are and if you intend keeping the car for a long time...if leasing one of these and giving it back after 2-3 years you wouldn't care too much about it.

Jaybeam

Why would you need a “ gap insurance” ? Can you explain.

floz

How predictable.

Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe E300 AMG Line 2dr 9G Tronic - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £1755 initial + £293pm = £8483 @ Leasing Options
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Good price for this Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe E300 AMG Line 2dr 9G Tronic on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. Works out at 20.7% of £41k list price - £292.51 per month (6… Read more
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fishmaster

The problem with Dacia is they appear to give a lot for the money and people who own them say yeah all you really need is a car that goes from A-B, but when you see the crash protection data and the total lack of safety systems you see that you're paying for a cheap car that in the event of an accident isn't up to the competition, that's my real gripe with Dacia. Look at this it's horrendous > https://www.euroncap.com/en/results/dacia/duster/29898 Vauxhall Mokka, a modest modern car, so nothing high end, it's way better > https://www.euroncap.com/en/results/opel/vauxhall/mokka/10940 So with a Dacia you pay cheap and possibly but hopefully you don't pay with your life.

fishmaster

You're paying for the luxury of using a brand new car with all the accoutrements thereof. I have a 6 year old VW Golf that I've spent nearly £2K in the last year and apart from adaptive cruise control and pre crash protection, it doesn't have most of the tech that even a decent Fiesta has now. If you want to see tech of the future that cars will eventually get then you look at Audi A8 for example, it has some mad stuff, like side impact hydraulic sill raise, the car detects if a side impact is imminent and raises itself up so the other car smashes in to the stronger sill part of your car. Screw the other driver as long as you're OK is Audi's motto it seems :) There's loads of crazy tech on high end cars, Ford is doing a decent job with its cars to bring some of that as standard, but still quite a lot is lacking. Some tech is more useful than others.

HerefordCiderApples

Maths wasn't your strong point then. (confused)

M_z

I shudder to think. I suspect some of her old pairs are now landfill.

Talibmania

Is it true you can find Pamela Anderson's knees by reaching behind her boobs?

Ford Kuga Estate 1.5 EcoBoost ST-Line Edition - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £1290 initial + £214.99pm + £120 admin = £6355 @ Leasing Options
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Good price for this Ford Kuga Estate 1.5 EcoBoost ST-Line Edition 5dr 2WD on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. Works out at 21.4% of £29.7k list price - £214.99 per month (6… Read more
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rborhara

Yes ive heard that , Edge looks a lot better than the Ford Kuga to me

Gazpacho321

You better be quick if you want an Edge. It's been dropped from the Ford UK lineup.

the1stcoke

I took the plunge. Cheers 😁 (y)

Chanchi32

Depends what you want, the Nationwide Vehicle deal link you sent does appear quite cheap for that model, on a 2 year contract on a 6+23 deal, 8k miles all costs included looks to be £6093.12 versus this deal of £6355 so £262 difference. However, I'd probably opt for ST line edition given cost difference is minimal but up to you.

the1stcoke

Thank you for the speedy response! So go with this post, and not the link I sent right?

2019 Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Nav 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No deposit + £219.99pm + £100 = £5379.76 @ Leasing Options
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Price reduced from £234.99 per month to £219.99 a month on a 2 year lease (8k miles p/a) with no deposit and reduced admin fee of £100. With maintenance this has been reduced to £227.99 a month (previously £249.99 a month). If you took up the offer from last week the new price should be honoured.
Excellent price for this 2019 Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Nav 5dr on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year (previous deal last month sold out). No deposit and £219.99 per … Read more
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mrbennett09

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Bash_er

This is true, they should have come cleaner sooner. They clearly knew abou itt as they'd sorted out, even before the recall. Hopefully they'll sort everyone out as they said they would and move on from it, fingers crossed.

kwl147

Tbh I see people buying the car back with the payout and then fixing it themselves privately. The amount of insurance write offs for no practical reason is beyond a joke. The whole car industry is farcial until recently.

james.crisp

Not disagreeing with you. But my car had this problem, and ford will not pay for it. Plenty on Facebook having the same issue. They were just saving public face by making these statements, they will do anything to get out of it.

Bash_er

Have you any actual experience of this, or just spouting stuff you read on the net? I have a 2013, which had the issue, it is clearly visible what the fault was. The coolant recirculating pipe was set too high and was made off poor rubber, which had a two fold effect, of not recirculating the coolant effectively, leading to overheating, or very, very, very rare occasions failing, spraying coolant onto a hot engine potentially causing a fire. Now they fixed this, partially with the recall and then completely reworked the coolant pipework in a much better way, lower than the coolant level and with much more substantial pipework. I know this to be the case as I have a late 2015. Ford have also stated, categorically, they will pay 100% of the cost of any engine issues on cars with the issue, for the entire life of the car. So this issue is resolved, has been for 4 years, fact and end of discussion.

Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS DSG 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - £779.97 deposit + £259.99pm + £185.99 = £6944.74 @ Leasing Options
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Good price for this Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS 5dr DSG [Black Pack] on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. Works out at £259.99 per month (3+23 profile), plus £779.97 d… Read more
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africanspeed

Hahaha

SteHuz90

As I was going through the financial approval the car I wanted got snapped up, I wanted the Meteor Grey in DSG but they only had manual. So they said more were coming to the spec I wanted but Ill have to wait longer for the car.

Daddypig40

Cool. Have you got the car yet - what’s the turnaround?

SteHuz90

Yeah, I have.

Daddypig40

has anyone gone for this??

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2019 Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Nav 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No deposit + £224.99pm + £100 = £5499.76 @ Leasing Options
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Good price for this 2019 Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Nav 5dr on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. No deposit and £224.99 per month (1+23 profile), and reduced admin f… Read more
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leitchyleck

next day, after first contact no return calls, went on their chat, if you dont want my business i will go elsewhere, phoned back within the hour, been great since.

Rick_Glynn

Thanks for replying and enjoy :) Just out of interest how soon after the deal came up did you order? I was super late to the show but they said they may be getting some more in the future.

leitchyleck

yes i have confirmed delivery 18th june, £221 and i paid £17 extra/month for maintenance.

Rick_Glynn

Did anyone get this deal at the price offered?

Chanchi32

Hi @bellerip just checking in to see if you heard anything back, it looks as if they were sorting out stock fulfilment in the last few days but let me know if you have heard anything.

24m / 8k per Annum Lease - Volvo S90 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 4dr Geartronic £314.99pm / £7,559.76 @ Leasing Options [No Fees / Deposit]
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Very nice looking motor on a 2 year deal. There's no deposit or processing fees on this. so for personal customers £314.99 per month totalling £7,559.76. Currently can't see prices… Read more
AK81

I had an order placed for one of these but cancelled. Reason being, despite there being a 6 month wait for these, lipscomb offered the car within 10 days to a family member of mine who just rang up to enquire, apparently they had had a cancellation and rather than contact those who had already placed an order, they offer it to a new customer! He received it yesterday, will go and see it later today but looks like a lovely motor. It even has the r design kit on and he was offered it for the same price as the base model, as you can imagine I didn't really take well to the idea of paying the same, yet waiting 6 months and for an inferior model!!

Bertz99

You did respond that all British products were awful and I just gave one example that comes from what is termed motorsport valley. This goes far beyond F1 and is where the UK is considered both a world leader and the centre of excellence for. What that means, its impact in the motor industry and where, what we use daily, has been innovated and proven to its limits, I suggest you research a little bit further in understanding why those investing in the UK are not calling on your consulting services when choosing to invest here.

floz

So as you say everything Brits produce is awful, I’d recommend your boss sacks you as, by extrapolation, everything you do must be awful. Shame to hear you didn’t enjoy JLR. I’ve got a Jag and I absolutely love it. What are you getting next out of interest?

deeman180

Yes I'm a Brit ex owner of a Jag and soon be ex owner of a land rover.

deeman180

Well I can't comment on that as I've not seen to many F1 cars driving round town or on the roads or even in my local car garages

Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra EZ 5dr DSG - 24 Mo - 10k miles p/a - £755.97 Deposit +  £251.99pm + no fee (£6551.74 total) @ Leasing Options
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This was a really popular offer back at the start of the year, so i've been keeping my eye out on it dropping again, and sure enough it has happened :) Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupr… Read more
margamboy

It does seem to be a bigger problem in certain parts of the country, however anyone who actually gets one of these I do recommend you look at your security, not trying to scare people but many on here think these kind of things just dont happen and whilst any vehicle can be stolen a vehicle like this does seem to quite often attract the wrong attention. There is an old thread on here that has just been commented on here regarding an attempted house break in after recently purchasing a new vehicle, the whole thread is worth a read even though the Cupra in standard guise does not have Keyless the Lux does. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/vehicle-security-tips-keyless-start-blocker-pouch-gps-tracker-or-full-coverage-steering-lock-995-sold-by-powr-ltd-fba-3100988#comments If you really want a car like this you just have to make your property less attractive than others, otherwise you get this and could get caught up in reports like these . There are a number of videos on youtube as well, here and here Stay safe!!

jetski690

Sorry it had nothing to do with earning limits or affordability it was something so silly really as stupid as my occupation I put my full job title which ended "driver" basically a type of crane driver they saw the word driver and didn't like it put 2 and 2 together came up with 5 no questions asked just straight rejection, once they had confirmation that my job was working 90ft up in the air and their car didn't feature in it they rightly over turned their rejection but just goes to show one word they don't like makes things awkward, I could have done without it but I just laughed it off.

jetski690

Yes I do mate but it had nothing to do with my application being rejected.

jetski690

Had an email today mate think they are stacked up and behind at the finance company was still hoping too hear today but it never happened so my guess it will now be Monday.

exel1966

Sorry, meant to quote the post you replyed to, but he;ll get the drift ;)

Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS DSG 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - £791.97 deposit + £263.99pm + £185.99 = £7049.73 @ Leasing Options
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Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS DSG 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - £791.97 deposit + £263.99pm + £185.99 = £7049.73 @ Leasing Options
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Good price for this Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS 5dr DSG [Black Pack] on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. Works out at £263.99 per month (3+23 profile), plus £791.97 d… Read more
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jammy86

Im with you. I bought a 3 year old nearly top spec CC 4.5 years ago, ive done 65k in it and it still has a residual value which means ill have lost no more than 7k..... I think it's a generational thing and i seem to be from an older generation that my peers ...

smartypants71

Pipe.

Porka911

Is the 245 referring to bhp, Could it possibly be safe to overtake in a car with just 245bhp?

jib6984

I'm sorry I didn't phrase my question properly but thank you for your response. I was referring to finance deals as a whole I.e. pcp, pch etc as opposed to just buying approved used or from classifieds. I realise you have warranty etc but it seems a helluva lot of money for a car you can't drive as much as you like, don't own etc. I've never bought a brand new car or leased but I think your explanation regards leasing makes sense if you don't plan on keeping the car long if at all.

Red.Devil

Dreary me, it seems you love your SKODA and will defend it. I admire your loyalty towards it as do many taxi drivers who use them daily. Enjoy the gearbox, the leaks throughout and that engine...at least you can give it back in 2 years and aren't saddled with it.

Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 190 FR EZ DSG - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No deposit + £239.99pm + no fee = £5,759.76 @ Leasing Options
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Further price drop now £239.99 per month and no deposit - 24 month lease. Total contract price £5759.76. Please note the FR sport model is no longer available.
0-60 in 7.2 seconds. Good price for this Seat Leon TSI 190 FR (EZ) DSG on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year and no deposit and admin fee. Works out at £239.99 per month (1+… Read more
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786ads

Any link for this

apjashley1

I don't think so

margamboy

Depends on how much extra they cost and what you get, some offer tyres as well as scheduled services. You would need to weigh it up against pay as you go

AcidJiles

Are maintenance packages worth it on leases? Thanks

interfece

No dealer can match this price 😔

Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra EZ DSG - 24 Month Lease - 10k miles p/a - £785.37 deposit + £261.79pm + no fee = £6,806.74 @ Leasing Options
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Update 18/12 - now £261.79pm but £99 processing fee removed = Same total over two years :) 0-60 in 5.7 seconds and 290bhp with a list price of £30k. Very good price for … Read more
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Adam_Goodall

I imagine by their choice rather than yours. (y)

markmacd

Clueless comment

hearts

lol see you've read it twice or even 3 times and still don't see what I wrote you see what you think I wrote. I didn't say spend 6k on a second hand car. I said "buy a second hand car" I didn't mention the price to be paid for the car. I was comparing the price of the lease 6k with a second hand car of X cost. Lets say "X" is 10k but even at 6k I would expect a fairly high depreciation over 2 years depending on the make and model. The point was tho irrespective of the actual loss, you mention wasting 6k and this is not the case. (y)

paul.jacobs

Yes you did !! Do the maths, quite simple maths at that! "Assuming instead of spending the 6k on a lease you buy a second hand car. You are still going to face depreciation, so lets say 1.5k a year then your comparable loss is "only" 3k"

hearts

I want you to think about what I wrote. I'm going to test you later. Did I say you would lose 50% of a used cars value in two years? Think vry hard before you answer and please read the test paper thoroughly twice before answering. :/

Hyundai Tucson Estate 1.6 GDi SE Nav - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - £199.99 pm no deposit + £199 admin fee = £4998.76 @ Leasing Options
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Decent price for the Hyundai Tucson on a 2 year lease (8k miles per annum) - works out at £199.99 per month with no deposit or £208.28 net including admin fee. Specs include 1… Read more
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paypeanuts

It's tomato sauce, Sir. Ketchup is an abomination of a word. Yours saucefully, A Rough Person

chrisjmcqueen

@Devro can u point me in direction of this deal pal ?

Mrswitch

That is a great point, people think we are paid commission based on our posts, which is clearly not true, Take the expert @amazoncrazy for example, all they post is amazon deals, but like you say, you don't get commission from amazon. And so that kind of answers a few questions regarding the pepper program.

Michaelgell91

100 for insurance??? Im 27 and wrote a car off last year and my insurance on this and a alfa romeo giulia 280 veloce is 600

ithinkin

So roughly 200 per month Insurance about £100 per month (London) Is £300 per month worth ?

Seat Leon Hatchback 1.8 TSI FR - 24 Month Lease - 10k miles p/a -  £199.99 pm no deposit + £199 admin fee = £4998.76 @ Leasing Options
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Seat Leon Hatchback 1.8 TSI FR - 24 Month Lease - 10k miles p/a - £199.99 pm no deposit + £199 admin fee = £4998.76 @ Leasing Options
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Thought this looked a decent price for the Seat Leon Hatchback 1.8 FR Technology on a 2 year lease (10k miles per annum) - works out at £199.99 per month with no deposit or £208… Read more
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JosephRedfern

Sorry, I missed this. I received a service booklet with an initial stamp in it from the dealership (showing delivery inspection, I think).

Gambler

Can I ask if you received a service booklet? My ST was delivered today but only with an owner's manual. Thanks

JosephRedfern

Ah, that is annoying -- but convenience pack or not, it's still a pretty good deal, and I feel sorry for people who are paying £300/m+ for the same car! I think you'll still enjoy the Leon, even though you're without the convenience pack -- it's the kind of stuff you wouldn't miss unless you were used to them already.

cha0kz

Cheers for the pics, mines coming on the 19th. Getting excited now, good upgrade for me from a ST-LIne Fiesta.

andrew.davies

When they initially sent my quote it had the convenience pack included but when it came to actually reserving one. They said they only had one car left and it would come without the convenience pack as 2 of there stock just didn’t come with it. I asked if this would reduce the price in anyway and they said it wouldn’t and basically if I didn’t want it then they had plenty of other buyers lined up. So I had to go with it. Still a great deal but did sour it a little knowing I was paying the same as others were but getting a slightly inferior car.

Mercedes GLA 180 petrol AUTO – 2 Year Lease 8000 Annual Mileage £184.03 per month (23 months) Initial Rental £552.09 Processing Fee £199.00 - £4983.78 @ Leasing options
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Mercedes GLA 180 petrol AUTO – 2 Year Lease 8000 Annual Mileage £184.03 per month (23 months) Initial Rental £552.09 Processing Fee £199.00 - £4983.78 @ Leasing options
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So I’ve been on the hunt for a reasonably cheap lease deal that needed to tick a few boxes to tempt me. 1) Maximum 2 Year lease (don’t like the idea of being tied to a lease car f… Read more
skgwho

So what's the actual price?

Dan__

what an ugly car lol

rosscopecotrain

Sorry , think I took your post the wrong way ! 😳

xWaZeK

:/

xWaZeK

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Vauxhall Astra 1.6T Elite Nav 16V 200 - 24 Month Lease (1 x 23) - 10k miles p/a - £189.99 pm + £100 admin fee = £4659.76 @ Leasing Options
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Thought this looked a decent price for this Vauxhall Astra on a 2 year lease (10k miles per annum) - works out at £189.99 per month or £194.16 net including admin fee. Price includ… Read more
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Sammylove2016

It’s “humour”.

soldierboy001

Get a sense of humor please.

Butters

Pretty much on tap, cannot complain at all for the money paid, good fun for what looms like an everyday car. Blew away a new jag r sport 180, guy looked shocked then got a little upset (y) The only downside so far if I had to be picky is the fuel consumption is pretty heavy, but that's to be expected I guess, my heavy foot probably doesn't help. Averaging 35mpg so far, may see some additional gains with a few k miles on the clock.

shadowk17

Congrats! Is the power available on tap or do you have to work it to see the results?

Sammylove2016

It’s a perfectly fine car and very good price for new Car with all mod cons. All new cars at this level are pretty boring - all of them. Vauxhalls are actually great for those who want a capable machine for moving around in without trying to desperately seek attention and validation from wider society.

seat leon, 1.6 auto diesel , 20k miles, £287 per month !!! Initial Rental £1,282.38 inc.VAT / Processing Fee £199.00 inc.VAT Total £11,740.42 @ Leasing options
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seat leon, 1.6 auto diesel , 20k miles, £287 per month !!! Initial Rental £1,282.38 inc.VAT / Processing Fee £199.00 inc.VAT Total £11,740.42 @ Leasing options
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hi, before most of you storm into "who the hell would buy a lease car" discussion, I must say, i am posting this deal as i am looking for high milage diesel auto models for lease,… Read more
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deleted1914180

This seems quite expensive for what you're getting. Even with a 5-minute search I found the same car (I think) for £10,807.20 total. £853 for the initial payment and £284 per month. That's from Rivervale via a comparison site though so it might be even cheaper if you go direct.

trickytree1984

Let's all just step back for a minute and realise that not everyone has the cash lying around to buy this outright. Not everyone can get a hp or PCP deal either. I'm not one of those people, but let's have a little more of an open mind

LPKLPKLPK

"who the hell would buy a lease car" lol

SPD14

You’d have to be completely and utterly brain dead to sign-up for this ‘deal’ XD

KentishLad

11k over 3 years is probably cheaper than the depreciation from list, but it would be much, much cheaper in this instance to get a pre-reg & sell it for a few grand at 60k

Kia Sportage Gt Line AWD 2.0. £241 a month £725.01 down @ Leasing Options
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Kia Sportage Gt Line AWD 2.0. £241 a month £725.01 down @ Leasing Options
I have been looking for a top spec GT line to come on a lease offer. Scanning a few lease brokers this seems about the best. 10k miles p.a & they charge £199 fee. Image is f… Read more
techair

Didn't get that far! easy to keep an eye on any decent deals with most vehicles though

gonzo02

That takes me to their homepage. Is there a better deal lerking ?

techair

https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/?gclid=CMPNjuGC_s4CFU1sGwod-XoEEw

youngrobbo

Try you local Kia dealer as well. They beat the quote I had for a Sorento.

ccangel

Try www.orbitleasing.co.uk . Got my lease off them and they have been brilliant. They have an office too so not just an online broker if your based that way. They also try and beat any quote given too so no harm in trying. They beat mine! Fees are £180 too!

Cheaper Kia Sportage 1.6 1 Gdi Lease 10k miles £4181.71 @ Leasing Options
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Cheaper Kia Sportage 1.6 1 Gdi Lease 10k miles £4181.71 @ Leasing Options
£4,181.71
Cheaper deal but 6 months down plus 23 repayments of £137.99 +180 admin charge. If you have the £827.94 this saves quite a bit over the other deal
Babiesmummy

Anybody got an estimated delivery date yet ? I ordered a slightly different deal for the 1.6GDi on 4th July & been told today approx 22nd Oct

HXL

​thanks, all sorted now, just waiting for the car, they said about 12 weeks.

peroxidase

Did you apply for finance as well as generate quote? Finance is usually agreed on the same day. They will then want admin/ process fee and scanned driving license and proof of residence. Car is then ordered from manufacturer. Could easily all be done tomorrow. Probably looking at mid - late september for delivery.

HXL

I applied online last night, what happens now, how long do I have to wait for the yes or no?

Monkeycymru

Extremely useful thanks. I've got an old Honda that I had from new that now needs to go and I haven't been in the position to do anything about. I'm now looking at leasing for the first time so all this info really helps. I have tried researching already but there isn't (as far as I've found) a one-stop-shop for all this type of info. E.g. I knew nothing about gap insurance, the type of wear and tear that is acceptable etc.

2016 Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI  1 5dr £3989.60 for 2 years/8000 miles a year @ Leasingoptions
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2016 Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI 1 5dr £3989.60 for 2 years/8000 miles a year @ Leasingoptions
£3,989.60
Just found this deal on a 2016 Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI 1 5dr on a website. Company is called leasing options. Spoke to the lady and says 8-10 weeks for delivery. 9 payments up front … Read more
BignRed84

8,000 is well enough though for me, thanks anyway being a newbie to Leasing, can someone confirm if you can sort out your own finance or do you have to go through the leasing company, Thanks

deleted1336857

Hi Please see post #34, gap is a must in my view. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cheaper-kia-sportage-1-6-1-gdi-lease-10k-miles-4181-71-leasing-options-2463827 also https://www.abi.org.uk/Insurance-and-savings/Products/~/~/media/16515033DA6341D0A4FB00ED908528B7.ashx hope this helps

deleted1336857

Hi Please see post #34, gap is a must in my view. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cheaper-kia-sportage-1-6-1-gdi-lease-10k-miles-4181-71-leasing-options-2463827 also https://www.abi.org.uk/Insurance-and-savings/Products/~/~/media/16515033DA6341D0A4FB00ED908528B7.ashx hope this helps

louisetinkerbell109

I got mine for 10,000 miles so speak direct

BignRed84

Looks like i'm in the same boat, looking at getting this model/deal for a total of £3960 (£1296+ £180, then 23 x £108 @ 8000 miles) same query regarding insurance, whats the best option never done a lease deal before