Mazda 3 Hatchback 2.0 SE-L Nav 5dr 9+23 x £152.40  PCH/Lease @ Mazda Holdcroft - £4876.80 term
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Mazda 3 Hatchback 2.0 SE-L Nav 5dr 9+23 x £152.40 PCH/Lease @ Mazda Holdcroft - £4876.80 term

£4,876.80Mazda Deals
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Found 6th JulEdited by:"loofer"
Mazda Holdcroft in Hanley

You won't find this deal on their website but you'll have to contact them directly, it is a stock vehicle.
I would've gone for it if I needed a car within next 6 weeks.
9+23 x £152.40
8k/miles pa
no fees
Total £4876.80 or net £203.20/month

High upfront deposit but otherwise overall cheap deal for 2 years motoring.

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There was 1 on here earlier this week for about 3k for 2 years as seriously considered it
matengawhat37 s ago

There was 1 on here earlier this week for about 3k for 2 years as …There was 1 on here earlier this week for about 3k for 2 years as seriously considered it


thanks do you have link?
loofer1 m ago

thanks do you have link?


I might have been wrong, just looking now as thought was 2 cheap at the time
I might be being slow but when you click on the link the Mazda 3 prices are much higher?

Edit: You must have to contact them as the quoted prices are for 1+35 profile. Ignore me.
Edited by: "R0adRat" 6th Jul
Voted cold in error whilst swiping. Sorry OP
This is the correct link for the deal, it's posted via ContractHireAndLeasing
leasing.com/mai…57/
pete19937 m ago

This is the correct link for the deal, it's posted via …This is the correct link for the deal, it's posted via ContractHireAndLeasinghttps://leasing.com/main-dealers/holdcroft-mazda-hanley/mazda/3/315807357/


HUKD doesn’t allow deals that originate from that site (apparently they were banned for self promoting)
What a reLEASE from reality for poor people. No need to even save up money to buy a new car these days.
manbearpig10 h, 49 m ago

What a reLEASE from reality for poor people. No need to even save up money …What a reLEASE from reality for poor people. No need to even save up money to buy a new car these days.


Why would I want to buy a new car?
Just so I can say I own it?
Edited by: "loofer" 7th Jul
manbearpig7th Jul

What a reLEASE from reality for poor people. No need to even save up money …What a reLEASE from reality for poor people. No need to even save up money to buy a new car these days.


This site is for talking about the savings that can be had with such a product.

Even though we are all thankfully, welcome for our opinion of course but if leasing is cheaper than the decreciation of the vehicle in it's given time, then leasing is of a better option, if you want a new car every 2-3 years.
manbearpig7th Jul

What a reLEASE from reality for poor people. No need to even save up money …What a reLEASE from reality for poor people. No need to even save up money to buy a new car these days.


Do agree in part, however the way I approach big ticket items is to lease anything that depreciates and purchase anything that appreciates, my current lease costing £5k over 2 years would of depreciated £8k over the same period had I purchased outright. My 2 properties on the other hand that cost £175k to purchase are now worth more than double, but I never go into any lease without knowing I could if needed pay off the outstanding. Agree there are those driving around in £30k vehicles who cannot afford to switch on the heating come winter.
margamboy2 m ago

Do agree in part, however the way I approach big ticket items is to lease …Do agree in part, however the way I approach big ticket items is to lease anything that depreciates and purchase anything that appreciates, my current lease costing £5k over 2 years would of depreciated £8k over the same period had I purchased outright. My 2 properties on the other hand that cost £175k to purchase are now worth more than double, but I never go into any lease without knowing I could if needed pay off the outstanding. Agree there are those driving around in £30k vehicles who cannot afford to switch on the heating come winter.


Great examples. Real life context.
manbearpig7th Jul

What a reLEASE from reality for poor people. No need to even save up money …What a reLEASE from reality for poor people. No need to even save up money to buy a new car these days.


You’re wrong.

Leasing is sometimes the most cost efficient way to drive a new car. My lease is cheaper than buying. It’s not for poor people. It’s for anyone who wants the lowest cost way of driving a new car replaced every two or three years.
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