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Seat Leon Hatchback 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra [EZ] 5dr DSG - 24m Lease / 8k p/a / £839.97 Initial / £279.99 pm / No Fee - £7279.74 @ Leasing Options
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A nice looking motor on offer here and price wise over the 2 years looks good, in comparison to elsewhere if 8k p/a suits your needs. It is indeed a petrol model with a DSG / auto … Read more
MysticalUndies

I bought the grilles for the Cupra R and fitted them. I preferred the Cupra R grilles to the standard Cupra fog lights.

Tantrix1

Hi, how do you have bronze on the bumper sides? Iv always wanted this. Is this because you have a different edition or version? Others i see is just badge being copper

benish7

(y) (y) lookers Seat also have delivery dates next month rather than October win win. Just need to decide whether I want one of these over my 8 year old A6 Avant. Swapping big and luxurious for small and fun!

Outcasst

Applied for this deal, got a call today saying the pricing in my quote had updated. Maintenance increased from £9 to £17 and you also have to pay the £199 processing fee.

JosephRedfern

Manufacturer Warranty covers defects, but not servicing or consumables. Some car manufacturers include servicing for X years, but Seat isn't one of them. I think that the Cupra has long-life service program. This means a maximum of 24m or 20,000 miles, but it can be much before that -- it's up to the car to decide. My current Leon needed a service at about 12,000 miles after 15m or so. I believe the initial service will come in at ~£200. A decent brand-name tyre could come in at £120/corner (or more)... I'd imagine you'd need at least one set of fronts, but probably not rears. In my experience, lease maintenance programs tend to use decent tyres. Assuming your car needed on service and two front tyres, that cost would come to around £450... amortised over the two years that's about £18.50/m. If you can get maintenance from the lease company for less than that, then I would personally go for it. If it's more, then you should maybe give it some more consideration.

Hyundai Ioniq Premium 38kwh Lease/PCH 2 year £6839.66 Total @ Leasing Options
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Hyundai Ioniq Premium 38kwh Lease/PCH 2 year £6839.66 Total @ Leasing Options
£6,839.66
2yr lease 8k/pa (10kpa works out at 20p/mile extra, worth finding out excess charge) £199 fee 3+23 x £255.41 Not the cheapest it’s been but cheapest available now. These are very… Read more
loofer

It’s from a Total Motion ( Pink Leasing). The deal was 2018.

onlineo

Hotukdeals. However it does not seem to show up when I search for it.

muffboy

Where was this from?

muffboy

Where was this from?

Slick_uk

100% this, but when my lease runs out in October, I'm downgrading to a 2nd hand banger for 6-12 months. I suspect come Aug/Sep new reg time, HUKD will be chocca with dealers trying to offload cars left right and centre.

Audi A4 Avant 35 TFSI Black Edition 5dr 24m Lease - 5k miles p/a - No upfront cost + £270 pm + £180 admin = £6660 @ Leasing Options
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Audi A4 Avant 35 TFSI Black Edition 5dr 24m Lease - 5k miles p/a - No upfront cost + £270 pm + £180 admin = £6660 @ Leasing Options
£6,660£7,41010%
Audi A4 Avant 35 TFSI Black Edition on a 2 year lease, factory order so will be at least 2/3 months lead time and delivered post lockdown. No upfront cost 1+23 deal. There are two… Read more
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nohohon

Buying can be cheaper through discounts. Yes lease deals can be advantageous as well. I'm not saying either is better. Depends on the deal. Still I think one should not punch above.

deleted1550193

To be honest, if you rely on a decent car to get you and your family around I there’s not many options below the £250-£300 price range these days unless you have a big deposit. I can afford to buy but I lease, it’s set payments, maintained and always in warranty and I’m not sure why you would want to buy a heavily depreciating asset.

nohohon

The theory comes from you cannot afford to buy... You cannot even afford the lease, go to a lower tier car if losing your income would screw you. Don't blow all your money on a lease or car in general.

deleted1550193

Not sure where the above theory comes from. Need savings for 2-3 years?! Ridiculous. So you would need between £6,480 and £9,720 in savings to afford this? Most leases can be terminated and you would only be liable for 40-50% of the remaining balance not the full amount.

nohohon

If you're doing a lease and not buy you should at least have the savings to cover the monthly payments for 2-3 years. Else you cannot even afford a lease in my opinion. And why would you want to lease for 5 years. Out of warranty, lots of repairs and big services. If he needed a that long period to get the rate a bit down he for sure couldn't afford the lease and the job wasn't that well paid (this is a very vague term anyways).

Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Edition 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - No upfront cost + £199.99 pm = £4800 @ Leasing Options
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Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Edition 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - No upfront cost + £199.99 pm = £4800 @ Leasing Options
£4,800£5,48212%
Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Edition on a 2 year lease. Works out at 23.5% of £20.4k P11D value with metallic paint, 8k miles pa, £199.99 net per month (1+23) w… Read more
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newbzors

I have a 1.6 ecoboost in my previous generation ST and easily get 39 mpg during normal every day driving. For a car of its type it’s pretty decent! Not sure why the 1.0 ecoboosts struggle so much

JamesNaselli

Yeah, I've test driven multiple fords with an "eco" boost, and my friends struggle to get above 43mpg...

lauren993

I'm probably wrong but I think the ST-Line is the same engine, outputting 140hp roughly? I can't imagine an extra 18hp on top of that causing catastrophic failures, but like I said, I'm probably wrong.

kwl147

Hmm from what I’ve heard from people in the trade Toyota are considered pretty reliable. No car is bullet proof but they’re pretty good with only maybe the most recent of cars like the corolla an unknown. Build quality and infotainment isn’t the reason you buy a Toyota. Doesn’t take much research before you see other manufacturers from say Germany have better build quality and infotainment systems. A GT86 isn’t slow objectively speaking. Its just not fast by today’s standards. Can’t comment on infotainment system.

kennyhkw

Toyota's are most definitely not bulletproof. The 90s were the special years for them. Nowadays Toyota's are just as flaky. I had a GT86 and it had flaky build quality. Also the infotainment was horrendous. Slow as a week in jail, took 2mins to connect to Bluetooth. Sold the car after 6 months and was not impressed.

Ford Ecosport Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line 5dr 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £163 pm + £978 initial + £150 fee = £4877 @ Leasing Options
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Ford Ecosport Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line 5dr 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £163 pm + £978 initial + £150 fee = £4877 @ Leasing Options
£4,877£5,87017%
Ford Ecosport Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line 5dr on a 2 year lease. Works out at 23% of £21.2k P11D value with metallic paint, 8k miles pa, £162.99 per month (6+23) plus £977… Read more
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slimjimjim80

Jerez.. you two still at it? I thought I unsubscribed from this thread (lol)

soldierboy001

That unfortunately is your problem.

rooney10

You lost me after your non-sensical opening statement. I can confirm that calling someone an Idiot or stating that you 'think' they look like an idiot are indeed derogatory comments as they are based on your opinion. That is factual and if you are still unsure then please do feel free to type into google the words 'derogatory comments' yourself. I didn't bother reading the rest as it is quite obvious you are getting a little confused with just the basics. (confused)

m5rcc

Me posting a link, not a post, will not whittle supply to zero instantly.

soldierboy001

What are you trying to say.

BMW 5 Series Saloon 520d MHT M Sport 4dr Auto 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £290 pm + £1740 initial + £150 fee = £8560 @ Leasing Options
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BMW 5 Series Saloon 520d MHT M Sport 4dr Auto 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £290 pm + £1740 initial + £150 fee = £8560 @ Leasing Options
£8,560£10,06015%
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Please not this offer is a factory order. Due to the Corononavirus situation there is a delay and deliveries will commence once the lockdown is lifted.
BMW new 5 Series mild hybrid 520d M Sport on a 2 year lease. Works out at 20.4% of £41.9k P11D value , 8k miles pa, £289.99 per month (6+23) plus £1739.94 initial and £150 admin -… Read more
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brownmessiahh

Got offered £358 for 8k. Perfect steal.

ilepak

Self isolation and social distancing for you until you come up with something original.

Beppe_Gemmell

Are indicators included?

mr.spreadsheet

Apples with apples?

Lefty

Central have a few stock models for March delivery. Same as OP but cheaper at £8,199.60 all in (£334.15 x 24 plus £180 admin fee).

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Skoda Octavia Estate 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £149.99 pm + £900 initial + £150 fee = £4500 @ Leasing Options
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Good price for the Skoda Octavia Estate manual 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr on a 2 year lease. Works out at 21.8% of £20.7k P11D value , 8k miles pa, £149.99 per month (6+23) plus £… Read more
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SteelCity

Scratch this, been told it's gone back to 24th! (shock)

burrell123

Mine is being delivered Friday this week (29th)

SteelCity

Mine 6/6 estimate at dealer

simon77

Just an estimate of when the dealer will get it - 11/6. I assumed we would all be roughly the same(?).

SteelCity

Anyone had delivery / date?

Hyundai Ioniq SE connect 24month 8kmpa £1115.94 initial rental £185.99 x 23 £199 processing fee £5592.71 @ Leasing options
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Hyundai Ioniq SE connect 24month 8kmpa £1115.94 initial rental £185.99 x 23 £199 processing fee £5592.71 @ Leasing options
£5,592.71
Seems a great price for this car. Based on (6x23) £1115.94 initial rental £185.99 x 23 £199 processing fee
veralum

October and virtually same price

veralum

October and virtually same price

spiderman2

Was it recently? Was it a lot more?

veralum

I leased the fully electric version from these people, I had not leased before but they very helpful and patient, all went well

fatgit

Might not have had it on, mine works very well when it's turned on, but I usually turn it off as it can get confused by old road markings that have been painted over/burned off, or on narrow country roads it's continually beeping at you.

Skoda Superb Hatchback 2.0 TSI 190 SE L 5dr DSG 4 year lease £229.24/month + £199 processing fee (£11,202.52 total) at Leasing Options
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Skoda Superb Hatchback 2.0 TSI 190 SE L 5dr DSG 4 year lease £229.24/month + £199 processing fee (£11,202.52 total) at Leasing Options
£11,202.52
Skoda Superb Hatchback 2.0 TSI 190 SE L 5dr DSG In Stock Top Deal While Stocks Last Contract Length - 4 Years x1 Initial Rental - £229.24 inc.VAT Mileage - 8000 Miles Maintenanc… Read more
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motorheadstu

Good choice sir

Stooh

Also.... forgot to mention, confirmed this is MY20 and it is Pre-Reg. Not sure that matters with a lease but you never know.

Stooh

Heat from me .I have ordered (no solid so paid extra for metallic) this will be my second Superb, current one is going back in a few weeks and had it 4 years. I extended from 3 to 4 as nothing else was close for me. Really happy with this car. No issues of any kind, changed tyres but other than that just standard servicing. Just be aware of you go via Lease Options they are pretty heavy handed when it comes to maintenance even when you say no, had the same conversation 4 times. I've worked out that 3 services (hand it back before 4th due) +MOT +2 Tyres will be approximately £700/£800 ... £25 per month for 4 years for maintenance is £1200. Also, the excess mileage charge goes up if you take maintenance so worth working out if that is likely to impact you too.

motorheadstu

-153 degrees haha. Sod you all :)

Rickardo

Ok, in isolation and if you really want this specific car from this company, but I was adding to the <4 year argument in general.

Nissan qashqai hatchback 1.3 premium DCT 5DR £9400.88 Leasing Options
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Nissan qashqai hatchback 1.3 premium DCT 5DR £9400.88 Leasing Options
£255.58
£255.58 x 36 months = £9200.88 + £200 processing fee £9400.88 / 36 average £261.13 per month. 10k miles. Road tax included. Price may be cheaper else where but leasing options offe… Read more
codge

Way too expensive

m5rcc

Zen Auto do this, on the same terms, for £999.28 less:

maccymac

Yeah, I am sure this is one of the cheaper bigger cars to lease too. Seen 24 months 8k miles p/a for as little as 150pm

Misslovely

9k is a lot for this car. No wonder everyone voted Cold

[DSG version] Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS DSG 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £240pm + £720 initial + £150 fee = £6390 @ Leasing Options
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[DSG version] Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS DSG 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £240pm + £720 initial + £150 fee = £6390 @ Leasing Options
£6,390£7,45114%
Good price for the DSG version of the Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS 5dr DSG [Black Pack] - works out at 21.8% of £29.3k P11D value (based on metallic paint and virtual cock… Read more
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hotcomper

Is this deal now expired?

ItsAlexJames

True. 1.9TDI PD, one of the most reliable engines out there without a shadow of a doubt!

Ross_Page

My mistake.

Gambler

Roadside assistance is already included.

Ross_Page

So they only have 2 cars left in stock. Both with the full option pack. A meteor grey one which costs extra (due to the special paint). And a race blue. So add £26 to the monthly price and also if you go for the meteor grey the paint costs extra also. You can also add maintenance packs when speaking to them over the phone for an extra £23 per month. I went for it. The maintenance pack covers servicing and tires.

BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe 840i sDrive 4dr Auto - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £449.99pm + £2700 initial + £150 admin = £13200 @ Leasing Options
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BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe 840i sDrive 4dr Auto (2020 model) on a 2 year lease - works out at 18.9% of £68.8k P11D value , and just under £3k cheaper than the previous deal. Not… Read more
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aymanhd

https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&f=72&t=1848651&p=1

rupe30

Got a link to the thread?

aymanhd

That's happened to loads of people on the PH thread, but their deals were significantly cheaper than this deal.

rupe30

Ours should be with us in the next week or two. Had to go through finance approval again because of the delay. Annoyingly the price has gone up £35 a month to cover increase in road tax as they didn't register the car when they had it sat in the dealership. But I guess with not knowing how long lockdown would last they wouldn't want to be stuck with 2nd hand cars come September. And as they can just forward the cost onto us why register it I guess! This happened to anyone else? :(

aymanhd

No seatbelt issues here. I've literally just got in mine to go to the shop. Loving the HK. lockdown just means I can drive it more when it's been lifted!

Skoda Octavia VRS Hatchback 2.0 TSI 245 vRS 5dr [Black Pack] 24 month lease 8k miles £227.53pm - £6,114.78 @ Leasing Options
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Skoda Octavia VRS Hatchback 2.0 TSI 245 vRS 5dr [Black Pack] 24 month lease 8k miles £227.53pm - £6,114.78 @ Leasing Options
£6,114.78
Hi all Long time lurker on the forum and finally got round to posting my first deal! While I eagerly await for delivery of the Cupra deal that was on here months and months ago, … Read more
adamhargy12345

I got charged 1500 suppose it depends on the supllier and the damage if course ha

aszgoat

Phones yesterday

badgerman26

How do you know

aszgoat

None left now

masekwm

If it's on long life, and says service due in x days as mine did on return, you don't have to service it at all.

BMW 2 SERIES GRAN TOURER 218i M Sport 5dr Step Auto - £1,590.72 Deposit + £199 Admin + £132.56pm x 24 months = £4,971.16 @ Leasing Options
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BMW 2 SERIES GRAN TOURER 218i M Sport 5dr Step Auto - £1,590.72 Deposit + £199 Admin + £132.56pm x 24 months = £4,971.16 @ Leasing Options
£4,971.16
For those who missed the previous lease deal . Deposit £1590.72 followed by 24 monthly payment of £132.56 +£199 processing fee. 8000mile VAT included
ejjmol

Anyone had confirmed from central leasing? Initial quote was working out around £4742 for 8000 miles. Quotation now shows as £5690 as apparently these quotes didn't include VAT!?! Pluss £199 fee Had email last night and I have one of these on hold but doesn't seem as good a deal anymore!

markoUK

There’s none left mate. I wouldn’t hold any hope of getting one

mbd

I have just completed the vehicle order form and disclosure for the BMW 218i lease and emailed through to the broker. At what stage do I know that my order has definitely gone through and one is allocated to me? Verbally he has confirmed all is sorted but by email apart from acknowledging the vehicle order form has been received, there has been nothing more.

markoUK

Paid £199 admin fee yesterday. Just had a phone call to say they have to cancel as VERY limited stock. Chap on phone said he had a long list to go through. Pretty poor given that we were told car was ordered yesterday and signed contract with end feb/early March delivery date

ademathews

Yep - I applied/enquired with 3 different companies, including placing a finance application order on Thursday night and haven’t got anywhere. Shame!

Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr 4 Year lease deal £105.99 per month - £5816.47 - Leasing Options
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Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr 4 Year lease deal £105.99 per month - £5816.47 - Leasing Options
£5,816.47
4 year deal (47+6) at £105.99 per month and £199 fee. Total price £5816.47 Only 6000 miles per year but a decent deal for a run around car at just over £121 per month.
Mark_Hickman

I like the way you keep trying to act like its hard to corner fast, just because many drivers like to drive around at the speed limit and dont corner fast 24/7 doesn't mean your the only person that can drive fast. The fact you drive a c1 and boast about stupidness on here makes you look young and naive, ill bet my house you are under 25 and if your not you haven't been driving long. 99% of people on here have a car faster than yours and could easily out corner you because your car is terrible at cornering but you dont see them mentioning it because they dont want to come across an idiot like you

alritegeeza

Another person who thinks education equate to intelligence. My grammar spelling punctuation is diabolical but still can drive like a professional..whatever that means.

alritegeeza

Got me lol

bobbyarbogast

Denile, quality.

ScampiLamp

The two year one? I'm going back and forth. It's all about best value for money for me at the moment..

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Diesel 2.0 D150 R-Dynamic 5dr 8000pa initial £1799.94 / £299.99 p/m Total 12,798.58 @ Leasing options
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Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Diesel 2.0 D150 R-Dynamic 5dr 8000pa initial £1799.94 / £299.99 p/m Total 12,798.58 @ Leasing options
£12,798.58
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Diesel Hatchback2.0 D150 R-Dynamic 5dr 2WD Top Deal! 8,000 Miles per year - 3 year contract - initial payment @ £1,799.94 inc.VAT @ £299.99 inc VA… Read more
cabbagekitten

its written in the owners manual, there are 3 stages of dpf (diesel) and gpf (petrol) warning lights. it just says to drive on the motorway for a bit. all cars have this issue but don't warn you until its almost blocked.

cabbagekitten

this is one of the worst engines of 2019

SuperHardCousin

Friend had one of these delivered about 3 weeks back. Went back to the garage within 250 miles with some DPF issue. Told they weren't doing enough miles despite those miles being majority motorway. Week after they "fixed" this issue, random warning light came on for something else. Another friend has had similar issues for the past 2 years of having the car. Wouldn't touch with a bargepole.

deleted1953663

Nitpicking. Also this is 2wd, good luck taking this off the beaten track.

Roger_Irrelevant

Think you mean Tyres, but anyway, on an off-road vehicle (which granted this probably isn't) you want normal tyres, not low profiles.

Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GDi Hybrid 1st Edition 5dr DCT - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £199.99pm + £1200 initial + £140 fee = £5940 @ Leasing Options
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Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GDi Hybrid 1st Edition 5dr DCT - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £199.99pm + £1200 initial + £140 fee = £5940 @ Leasing Options
£5,940£7,49121%
Good price for this Hyundai Ioniq Hatchback Special Edition -1.6 GDi Hybrid 1st Edition 5dr DCT (2020 model) on a 2 year lease with 8k miles p/a. £199.99 per month (6+23) plus £119… Read more
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gallshau

Assume its deducted after rather than before tax?

purplefleece

And this is one of those. But it strikes me this is a money divide issue. Not just opinions divide. Some people are able to afford leasing as an ongoing option. Others can only afford to buy and hope for the best. I would like to lease but can’t afford that option. Full stop. So let’s try to minimise having a go at others because their having a different POV as it may be masking their financial status.

RealDonaldTrump

Thank you so much I shall forward thos on to a colleague who is currently looking.

Chanchi32

@RealDonaldTrump had a quick scan for Ford Focus1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Nav, Nationwide vehicle contracts £5687.64 on a 3+23 deal (2 years), 8k miles - £211.14 per month, £633.42 initial and £198 admin fee, includes metallic paint, says in stock. If you only need 5k miles per year, overall contract price reduces to £5313.24. https://www.nationwidevehiclecontracts.co.uk/car-leasing/ford/focus/focus/1-0-ecoboost-125-st-line-nav-free-metallic-paint

RealDonaldTrump

@Chanchi32 any ford focus on similar price?

BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe 840i sDrive 4dr Auto - £3305.94 Deposit / £99.50 Admin Fee / 23 x £550.99 - Total Cost: £16,078 @ Leasing Options
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BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe 840i sDrive 4dr Auto - £3305.94 Deposit / £99.50 Admin Fee / 23 x £550.99 - Total Cost: £16,078 @ Leasing Options
£16,078
Leasing Options have the below deal at 6+23at a reasonable price. I understand this is not for everyone but a good deal for a lot of car. The beautiful BMW 8 Series in now in our… Read more
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YoungingtonCraigington

Same here. My 2nd car so it's a hand full. I came off the road once (nothing terrible) bit it was me being too heavy footed.

HaroFreestyler

Same with me, been with BMW for 17 years now and had a complete engine on our E46. Any other issues resolved without issue.

afroylnt

Now imagine paying out 39 billion for a worse deal than we have already...ouch....

Davos554

Traction control is pretty good nowadays. Just don't hammer your 2WD when it's icy or wet and it's fine.

deleted1953663

Yeah and I wouldnt touch those, ever. Horses for courses and all that, pointless debating it really. I've always had very positive experiences with BMW warranty so for me it's worth it. Had an issue on the X5 with a rattling dash and they took it in without question and had it fixed in 2 days. Had a courtesy car supplied too.

Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No upfront cost + £141.87pm (no admin) = £3405 @ Leasing Options
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Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No upfront cost + £141.87pm (no admin) = £3405 @ Leasing Options
£3,405£4,983.3632%
Low price for this Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr (2020 model) on a 2 year lease with 8k miles p/a. Net cost of £141.87 per month (1+23) with no upfront cost and no admin f… Read more
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Robot_Cat_Dave

Deal still available! Ordered mine today - simple process dealt with by professional staff.

tony863

Seriously tempted by this deal. I've just sold my 11 year old car and whilst I originally planned on buying new, I've since thought that the leasing option cuts out the hassle of getting rid once the lease term ends. I tend to do 3 to 5k per year and just want a run around. Am I likely to see a cheaper deal than this? I just need a basic no frills car and this seems to tick the boxes. Also, is this a brand new car? I ask as if want to get a 3 year deal and wouldn't want to put it through its mot.

acababes

It was useless, so much wrong with it, couldn't wait for our 3yrs to finish so we could change it.

avinine86

Hey...whats wrong with the car?

shakerstevens

Specifications must have changed recently, my 19 plate SE came with parking sensors as standard. Obviously some cost cutting exercise by Skoda then!

Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr - 4 year lease - 8K pa - Equiv £135.78 pm - £6515 at Leasing Options
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Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr - 4 year lease - 8K pa - Equiv £135.78 pm - £6515 at Leasing Options
£6,517
Great little car and SE is the spec with aircon / parking sensors / DAB etc. Low cost motoring for 4 years. SafetyStandard ABS Electronic traction control Brake assist sys… Read more
Cameron92

Hi my understanding is to exit a lease you would have to settle the outstanding monthly payments? But for PCP you can just return the car whenever you want and no more monthly payments? (although you would forgo the big initial deposit that most PCP deals require) Is that correct?

deleted47287

No, that’s not what was intended. But thanks anyway! (y) 🏻

MIDURIX

"Hang on - are you PCP or lease? You mention both here?" From that I took that you didn't know that PCP is a leasing option, and that you might have meant PCP or PCH.

deleted47287

That’s fine, but I didn’t ask what the different finance options were!

MIDURIX

Just responding to your comment

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