LIMITED TIME BMW X1 LEASE DEAL.£8439.72  @ Carleasing Online
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LIMITED TIME BMW X1 LEASE DEAL.£8439.72 @ Carleasing Online

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Found 27th Mar
A great price for this 'all rounder' family crossover.
Coming in at the same price as a ford kuga 1.5 st line, the x1 can now satisfy the badge and price consious alike.
This car is equipped with fantastic spec and is completely unrivalled for the price on the current market.
6 initial payments of the monthly fee (£1,684.08) followed by 23 payments of THE £280.68. Plus an admin fee of £300.
See what you think.
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    airbus33045 m ago

    Sorry, I'd rather drive the Kuga. Not a nice drive that X1. Cold.


    Really? The x1 is a great drive, where as I found the Kuga terrible. You're also surrounded by cheap horrible plastic in the Kuga.
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    Thanks for posting @pocketgriffs and welcome to HUKD
    colddd
    go with the same deal on website .no upfront monthly 339 works out to be 8100ish
    Still expensive for a x1...
    Colder than ice in Siberia
    Thanks for sharing op.....
    Little bit dear for what it is. Looked at all these kind of mPv last month. Thought best value for money was kuga titanium. V Good spec and around £180 per month incl vat. Yes it’s not bmw but leather Nav and all the other bits included.
    Cold OP sorry.
    There are far better deals to be had out there and it is all about timing. There are some good rules regarding leasing and it's about the total lease price against the total list price. I think (please correct me) that 20% and below is generally classed as good over a 3 year contract. I know this is a 2 year deal but even then it isn't that hot
    A bit too expensive in my opinion. £7400 and I'd be interested.
    Bagey2 m ago

    A bit too expensive in my opinion. £7400 and I'd be interested.


    Think the kuga titanium works out around that price for 3 years. Not a baddun
    gateway2lease.com/car…042

    £8k here with $180 processing fee (so (£8180 total). Same mileage, spec and 9+23 setup. Voted cold.
    could someone confirm if this is a 4x4?
    greenflower1239 m ago

    could someone confirm if this is a 4x4?


    “X drive” is BMW language for 4x4, so the link does go to a 4x4.
    Sorry, I'd rather drive the Kuga. Not a nice drive that X1. Cold.
    Do I keep car at the end? Voted hot.
    Honest Johns advice is to avoid the Xdrive as if one tyre drops lower than the rest the system constantly thinks a tyre is slipping so engages xdrive... you have to replace all 4 tyres to fix!
    Original Poster
    x drive = 4x4.

    the nice alloys and the metallic paint is in with the price.
    no false upsell.

    thanks for the feedback anyway chaps and chappettes.


    The best price for this motor 24 hours ago was at least £40 a MONTH higher.

    ol' tighty's 'timing' comment has never been more apt.
    airbus33045 m ago

    Sorry, I'd rather drive the Kuga. Not a nice drive that X1. Cold.


    Really? The x1 is a great drive, where as I found the Kuga terrible. You're also surrounded by cheap horrible plastic in the Kuga.
    Iv got 1, picked it up 10.15am 1/3 not from these, and its great. If u dont prefer this to a ford ur mad.
    andyb831 h, 36 m ago

    Really? The x1 is a great drive, where as I found the Kuga terrible. …Really? The x1 is a great drive, where as I found the Kuga terrible. You're also surrounded by cheap horrible plastic in the Kuga.


    Fair play, you pay your money and take your choice. I test drove one last year before buying a 120M, and found it stodgy and dull. Not quite an SUV and not quite a saloon. I regularly hire Kuga's in the US, where they do come with a nice big petrol engine which makes a difference, and it is a proper high off the ground SUV. I will admit that Ford interiors are not completely to my taste, but at least its not death by black plastic. Also, the Kuga is 4k cheaper for sim spec.
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    BMWs are awesome
    Do you get to keep this after the final payment then?
    andyb832 h, 46 m ago

    Really? The x1 is a great drive, where as I found the Kuga terrible. …Really? The x1 is a great drive, where as I found the Kuga terrible. You're also surrounded by cheap horrible plastic in the Kuga.


    I have the X1 but sDrive version and I think it drives great.

    One thing I did notice though was that there was improvement after switching the run-flat tyres to normal tyres
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    rikkif19901 h, 52 m ago

    I have the X1 but sDrive version and I think it drives great.One thing I …I have the X1 but sDrive version and I think it drives great.One thing I did notice though was that there was improvement after switching the run-flat tyres to normal tyres


    Do you carry a compressor and some emergency repair instead?
    deleted103252027th Mar

    Do you carry a compressor and some emergency repair instead?


    Yes, the run-flat tyres are really expensive to replace too, and reputable garages will usually refuse to repair them.

    My run-flats would have cost around £180 each to replace which I think is just ridiculous, no matter how much money you have.
    Edited by: "rikkif1990" 27th Mar
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    rikkif19906 h, 7 m ago

    Yes, the run-flat tyres are really expensive to replace too, and reputable …Yes, the run-flat tyres are really expensive to replace too, and reputable garages will usually refuse to repair them.My run-flats would have cost around £180 each to replace which I think is just ridiculous, no matter how much money you have.


    I know on garage wanted £1000 for four for my BMW.
    Only drawback I can see is if you do deploy the foam them you need both a tyre and a pressure sensor as they will both be irreparable.
    Abarry2916 h, 25 m ago

    Little bit dear for what it is. Looked at all these kind of mPv last …Little bit dear for what it is. Looked at all these kind of mPv last month. Thought best value for money was kuga titanium. V Good spec and around £180 per month incl vat. Yes it’s not bmw but leather Nav and all the other bits included.


    Where did you get that deal?
    Aeschylus15 h, 54 m ago

    Honest Johns advice is to avoid the Xdrive as if one tyre drops lower than …Honest Johns advice is to avoid the Xdrive as if one tyre drops lower than the rest the system constantly thinks a tyre is slipping so engages xdrive... you have to replace all 4 tyres to fix!


    Applicable to most, if not all, modern 4wd cars.
    Phene29 m ago

    Where did you get that deal?

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    Give these guys a call to tailor your requirements. This is for 3 years 8k per annum with around 1100 initial. £183 per month. Lot of car for this kinda money.
    Love the x1 and have 3 bmw with xdrive in our household all different. 125, 2 series and 335d.
    So certainly not anti bmw. Just seems a tad dear this deal. Near 300 for x1.
    Abarry291 m ago

    Just seems a tad dear this deal. Near 300 for x1.


    A net £351.66/month in fact.
    m5rcc28th Mar

    A net £351.66/month in fact.


    Yeah seems a lot. Nice car tho the x1 in m sport spec. Great auto box too.
    Think that kuga deal works out not far of £215 net over 3 years.
    Abarry294 m ago

    Yeah seems a lot. Nice car tho the x1 in m sport spec. Great auto box too. …Yeah seems a lot. Nice car tho the x1 in m sport spec. Great auto box too. Think that kuga deal works out not far of £215 net over 3 years.


    A Kuga is substantially cheaper than a X1 in general. Probably the sportiest handling SUV in the £20k-£30k bracket but trying to substantiate that the Kuga is somewhat better when the base price of the X1 (not this one) is £27k makes little sense.
    m5rcc5 m ago

    A Kuga is substantially cheaper than a X1 in general. Probably the …A Kuga is substantially cheaper than a X1 in general. Probably the sportiest handling SUV in the £20k-£30k bracket but trying to substantiate that the Kuga is somewhat better when the base price of the X1 (not this one) is £27k makes little sense.


    Never once said the kuga is a better car just a better value deal for the spec etc.
    Agree 110% the x1 is a better car, praised it so in last comments
    27k x1 prob a v low spec.
    Spec up the x1 to kuga titanium then look at the money again.
    Just not good value, again IMO that’s all.
    Specced up my own bmw very high and know what they cost when u add the bits. A LOT
    I threw the titanium kuga in the mix for people looking at this x1 deal who were looking for a similar kinda car sub £200.
    Edited by: "Abarry29" 28th Mar
    Abarry296 m ago

    Never once said the kuga is a better car just a better value deal for the …Never once said the kuga is a better car just a better value deal for the spec etc.


    You misread what I wrote. Of course the Kuga is going to be better value: it's substantially cheaper.


    Abarry296 m ago

    27k x1 prob a v low spec.


    Hence why I wrote base price.


    Abarry296 m ago

    Spec up the x1 to kuga titanium then look at the money again.


    Again - you are comparing BMW to Ford. Why? Not even the same price/class segment.

    Abarry296 m ago

    Specced up my own bmw very high and know what they cost when u add the …Specced up my own bmw very high and know what they cost when u add the bits. A LOT


    As they are in all premium brands.

    Abarry296 m ago

    I threw the titanium kuga in the mix for people looking at this x1 deal …I threw the titanium kuga in the mix for people looking at this x1 deal who were looking for a similar kinda car sub £200.


    But it's not comparable at all other than they are both SUVs. Might as well chucked in a Duster with your rationale. Besides, your car is a diesel, of which, its prices have dropped by at least 10% over the past 18mths due to the high cost of maintenance. The X1 is a petrol car.
    Edited by: "m5rcc" 28th Mar
    Look suggest you read the OPs advert which compares the deal to a kuga as below. Not same money £350ish pm compared to £216 pm. I’m all for posting great vehicle deals and the x1 is a cracking car. But the comparison was made in the initial to intimate the accentuated value of this deal.
    Not my rationale . Nuff said.


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    Edited by: "Abarry29" 28th Mar
    Abarry292 h, 59 m ago

    Look suggest you read the OPs advert which compares the deal to a kuga as …Look suggest you read the OPs advert which compares the deal to a kuga as below. Not same money £350ish pm compared to £216 pm. I’m all for posting great vehicle deals and the x1 is a cracking car. But the comparison was made in the initial to intimate the accentuated value of this deal. Not my rationale . Nuff said.[Image]


    Unfortunately the OP posted an expensive X1 deal, hence the lack of heat. Same car cheaper elsewhere as already shown.
    The X1 is one ugly car in my opinion which is a shame for the BMW lineup
    Abarry2928th Mar

    Look suggest you read the OPs advert which compares the deal to a kuga as …Look suggest you read the OPs advert which compares the deal to a kuga as below. Not same money £350ish pm compared to £216 pm. I’m all for posting great vehicle deals and the x1 is a cracking car. But the comparison was made in the initial to intimate the accentuated value of this deal. Not my rationale . Nuff said.[Image]


    Can you link this deal please? I’ve looked on that site and can’t find the same one
    prodigy82 h, 4 m ago

    Can you link this deal please? I’ve looked on that site and can’t find the …Can you link this deal please? I’ve looked on that site and can’t find the same one


    If you go to contracthireandleasing.com and filter the deal. I.e select car mileage term etc then you should find the deal and also a good few others. Really good website. Where I have found my last 4 deals. Just tailor what you are looking for. Some you have to apply for a response others give you a contact number. Hope you find what you are after. The lease deals dontirn around very quickly as I let can be based upon dealers wishing to clear unregistered stock. Generally where the best deals come from. My last 3 were such v good deals.
    Abarry291 h, 4 m ago

    If you go to contracthireandleasing.com and filter the deal. I.e select …If you go to contracthireandleasing.com and filter the deal. I.e select car mileage term etc then you should find the deal and also a good few others. Really good website. Where I have found my last 4 deals. Just tailor what you are looking for. Some you have to apply for a response others give you a contact number. Hope you find what you are after. The lease deals dontirn around very quickly as I let can be based upon dealers wishing to clear unregistered stock. Generally where the best deals come from. My last 3 were such v good deals.


    I found it in the end! Thanks for the reply. Got my current lease coming to an end, so need to get my self sorted!
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