Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 1.5 3 - £202.36 / month, 6 initial rental (£1214.16) 3 years 8kmpa £198 processing fee £8494.76 NVC
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Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 1.5 3 - £202.36 / month, 6 initial rental (£1214.16) 3 years 8kmpa £198 processing fee £8494.76 NVC

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Found 17th AprEdited by:"Teddy_Foster"
Decent small SUV with a fair bit of tech - heated seats are tempting for winter! Parking sensors and camera handy too!

When I was looking at the spec on this site apparently it also comes with a coathanger lol

other place on 6+35 8k
leasecar uk is 270
Select car leasing is 272
Leasing options 255

3+23 8k is £230

and for those who love the silly contracts for the headline rental 12+47 6k is 176
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captainjack24 m ago

Apart from the gadgets what abt the speed/performance of the vehicle?Slow …Apart from the gadgets what abt the speed/performance of the vehicle?Slow to pick up speed you say?What miles to the gallon etc


Has your google broken?
nickz987 h, 19 m ago

Has your google broken?


LMAO. Well said. Scared to Google cos then them bstards will send an army if adverts for this sh1tty car.

Read a few professional reviews and mixed affair.

Plus problem with pro reviews is they've lost touch with the common man/woman. They get so many cars it must get hard to be partial at this stage.

Just thought I'd ask a real person - sorry! Won't happen again!
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Looks pretty nice aesthetically compared to some of the other lease deals posted here. Will let others comment on price and the value of leasing. Hot from me
Been in this car, love it apart from rear window and price tag. PLus there's a HUGE amount of electrics to go wrong. The speedometer slowly rises from the dash. I say this as someone who has lots of electrics in mine. It does seem a bit OTT in this car. I did like it though.
carltonbp25 m ago

Been in this car, love it apart from rear window and price tag. PLus …Been in this car, love it apart from rear window and price tag. PLus there's a HUGE amount of electrics to go wrong. The speedometer slowly rises from the dash. I say this as someone who has lots of electrics in mine. It does seem a bit OTT in this car. I did like it though.


Apart from the gadgets what abt the speed/performance of the vehicle?

Slow to pick up speed you say?

What miles to the gallon etc
captainjack24 m ago

Apart from the gadgets what abt the speed/performance of the vehicle?Slow …Apart from the gadgets what abt the speed/performance of the vehicle?Slow to pick up speed you say?What miles to the gallon etc


Has your google broken?
nickz981 h, 6 m ago

Has your google broken?


Lol, good response
carltonbp4 h, 57 m ago

Been in this car, love it apart from rear window and price tag. PLus …Been in this car, love it apart from rear window and price tag. PLus there's a HUGE amount of electrics to go wrong. The speedometer slowly rises from the dash. I say this as someone who has lots of electrics in mine. It does seem a bit OTT in this car. I did like it though.


By that time the car would've been returned and sold to a new owner/keeper. Shouldn't be a problem during the lease period. In any case warranty would/should cover it.
tempted, need to speak to boss!
nickz987 h, 19 m ago

Has your google broken?


LMAO. Well said. Scared to Google cos then them bstards will send an army if adverts for this sh1tty car.

Read a few professional reviews and mixed affair.

Plus problem with pro reviews is they've lost touch with the common man/woman. They get so many cars it must get hard to be partial at this stage.

Just thought I'd ask a real person - sorry! Won't happen again!
Coat hanger? ...Where do i sign?!
captainjack1 h, 14 m ago

LMAO. Well said. Scared to Google cos then them bstards will send an army …LMAO. Well said. Scared to Google cos then them bstards will send an army if adverts for this sh1tty car.Read a few professional reviews and mixed affair.Plus problem with pro reviews is they've lost touch with the common man/woman. They get so many cars it must get hard to be partial at this stage.Just thought I'd ask a real person - sorry! Won't happen again!


Incognito mode is your friend - should stop all the personalised ads
woodr0122 h, 6 m ago

Coat hanger? ...Where do i sign?!



With no other info about the coat hanger in the blurb, are we to assume it is for coats, or an emergency radio antenna??

I understand the guy who asked here, rather than google.

A car could be used in a terrorist act, so searching for info about one is now illegal under UK law (not a joke).
carltonbp11 h, 10 m ago

Been in this car, love it apart from rear window and price tag. PLus …Been in this car, love it apart from rear window and price tag. PLus there's a HUGE amount of electrics to go wrong. The speedometer slowly rises from the dash. I say this as someone who has lots of electrics in mine. It does seem a bit OTT in this car. I did like it though.


Which is why I went for a Suzuki and their lack of tech lol...it's the key to their reliability.
This wont be the 4WD model, as I believe that 4WD is only available with a CVT gearbox. This is manual.
Nice looking car with decent spec. If you are after one of these seems like a good deal. A couple of reviews I have seen mention real world fuel economy isn't very good. Voted hot
bocosrs2 h, 23 m ago

This wont be the 4WD model, as I believe that 4WD is only available with a …This wont be the 4WD model, as I believe that 4WD is only available with a CVT gearbox. This is manual.


Probably a good thing as the CVT in this makes a right racket.
alexyorks2 h, 22 m ago

Nice looking car with decent spec. If you are after one of these seems …Nice looking car with decent spec. If you are after one of these seems like a good deal. A couple of reviews I have seen mention real world fuel economy isn't very good. Voted hot


WLTP for this model is 36.2mpg. It's in line with other 1.5l turbo petrol units in similar models sold by VAG and Ford.
GAVINLEWISHUKD1 h, 5 m ago

WLTP for this model is 36.2mpg. It's in line with other 1.5l turbo petrol …WLTP for this model is 36.2mpg. It's in line with other 1.5l turbo petrol units in similar models sold by VAG and Ford.



My car is a 2015 so under old system but that's the mpg I get on a 1.4 manual hatchback. It's claimed I should be getting in excess of 50mpg
carltonbp16 h, 36 m ago

Been in this car, love it apart from rear window and price tag. PLus …Been in this car, love it apart from rear window and price tag. PLus there's a HUGE amount of electrics to go wrong. The speedometer slowly rises from the dash. I say this as someone who has lots of electrics in mine. It does seem a bit OTT in this car. I did like it though.


Had this as a rental car through work, not bad pickup for a 1.5 and a good ride. Handling is average at best, the speedo you refer to is actually the heads up display, there is one in the binnacle. The HUD is actually laughable it should appear on the front screen.

Rear window is a pain but the design looks neat.
Anyone who is interested in this car i suggest you go and test drive one first before you commit to a deal. The clutch on this is awful. There are two options when setting off....Grand Prix start or stall. Inhad one as a courtesy car for a day and was warned about the clutch by the mitsubishi dealer. It's a common trait and not just on the particular car I drove. For people who like to race off from a start you won't have a problem. Remember sometimes you need to set off slow like traffic, parking. It's a really poor design by Mitsubishi and needs an anti stall feature. What is quite a nice car to drive is seriously let down by the clutch and body roll is quite bad compared to my Kuga. Wouldn't buy one unless it was automatic.
Edited by: "Smartguy1" 19th Apr
Can anybody tell me who's best deal for Renault Mégane RS
stevo61055 h, 32 m ago

Can anybody tell me who's best deal for Renault Mégane RS


from a quick search it looks like leasing options is the best (from Select Car Leasing, Nationwide Vehicle Contracts, Leasing Options and Leasecar), but take a look at leasing.com as sometimes you can find really good deals there
Teddy_Foster7 m ago

from a quick search it looks like leasing options is the best (from Select …from a quick search it looks like leasing options is the best (from Select Car Leasing, Nationwide Vehicle Contracts, Leasing Options and Leasecar), but take a look at leasing.com as sometimes you can find really good deals there


Thanks mate
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