Mitsubishi L200 Double Cab Di-D 178 Warrior 4WD - 24m lease - 8k miles p/a - £1260 initial + £210pm + £180 admin = £6270 @ Leasing Options
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Mitsubishi L200 Double Cab Di-D 178 Warrior 4WD - 24m lease - 8k miles p/a - £1260 initial + £210pm + £180 admin = £6270 @ Leasing Options

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Now £209.99 per month (6+23) with initial of £1260 - works out at 19.9% of £31.4k list price based on a 2 year lease with 8k miles
Good price for this Mitsubishi L200 Diesel Double Cab DI-D 178 Warrior 4WD manual (2019 model) - works out at 19.9% of £31.4k list price based on a 2 year lease with 8k miles. £209.99 per month (6+23 profile), plus £1259.94 initial payment and £180 admin fee so a total of £6269.71 - £261.24 net per month. If buying for business use, ex VAT prices are £5225 total. The vehicle is in stock.

Specs for the Mitsubishi L200 DIESEL Double Cab DI-D 178 Warrior 4WD include 17" alloy wheels, 4WD System, Automatic rain sensors, Android Auto supported, Apple CarPlay supported, Bluetooth with music streaming, Black leather seats. Colours available in stock are silver, black, blue.



Mitsubishi L200 DIESEL Double Cab DI-D 178 Warrior 4WD

  • 6 x 23 payment profile
  • 8,000 miles per annum
  • £1259.94 initial payment
  • 23 monthly payments of £219.99
  • £180 admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £6,269.71 or £261.23 net per month (ex VAT is £5225 or £217.71 net per month)
  • Add maintenance for an extra £20 per month
  • Diesel
  • Gearbox Manual
  • Gears 6 speed
  • 39.8 MPG combined
  • Road tax included
  • In stock - colours, black, blue, silver

List price: £31,440


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38566110-Q2n2F.jpgHow dare you to post that large, disgusting, nature polluting ugly vehicle?
And how dare other people voting hot and contribute to global warming?
Gazzatheyiddo28/09/2019 19:32

Fair play but why not just get something you can afford to own and not …Fair play but why not just get something you can afford to own and not burn money? But I get this will appeal to some.



It's simple maths, leasing a car costs less than the depreciation over the same period if you bought one.
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The Bailiffs are coming ....
These truck deals
Excellent deal - I’d love this if I was buying through business.
Gazzatheyiddo28/09/2019 18:54

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Yes, it’s a long term rental. It often makes more sense, financially, than if you were to buy a new car on a PCP & replace it every 2 years like many do. Or if you bought it outright but tend to replace after a few years.

I’ve bought 2nd hand, new & leased. Each was ideal for a different circumstance in life.
jhsmith8728/09/2019 19:26

Yes, it’s a long term rental. It often makes more sense, financially, than …Yes, it’s a long term rental. It often makes more sense, financially, than if you were to buy a new car on a PCP & replace it every 2 years like many do. Or if you bought it outright but tend to replace after a few years. I’ve bought 2nd hand, new & leased. Each was ideal for a different circumstance in life.


Fair play but why not just get something you can afford to own and not burn money? But I get this will appeal to some.
Gazzatheyiddo28/09/2019 19:32

Fair play but why not just get something you can afford to own and not …Fair play but why not just get something you can afford to own and not burn money? But I get this will appeal to some.


It’s got nothing to do with affordability, some people just don’t want to own a vehicle and keep it until it falls to bits. If you want to drive a new vehicle and change it before the MOT’s are due then leasing is often the cheapest and most economical way to do it.
hamodziatko28/09/2019 19:36

It’s got nothing to do with affordability, some people just don’t want to o …It’s got nothing to do with affordability, some people just don’t want to own a vehicle and keep it until it falls to bits. If you want to drive a new vehicle and change it before the MOT’s are due then leasing is often the cheapest and most economical way to do it.


Yes you're probably right. Owning a new vehicle is a posers paradise. Used market is better value but definitely each to their own. Good find OP if it is a good deal no doubt
Arggggh, if you don't see value in a new car, you don't want to lease - period. That's not to say that leasing isn't a good proposition for those that do want a new car. I really don't understand how people don't get this
Gazzatheyiddo28/09/2019 19:32

Fair play but why not just get something you can afford to own and not …Fair play but why not just get something you can afford to own and not burn money? But I get this will appeal to some.



It's simple maths, leasing a car costs less than the depreciation over the same period if you bought one.
Gazzatheyiddo28/09/2019 19:40

Yes you're probably right. Owning a new vehicle is a posers paradise. Used …Yes you're probably right. Owning a new vehicle is a posers paradise. Used market is better value but definitely each to their own. Good find OP if it is a good deal no doubt


It’s got nothing to do with posing, for most it will be about a manufacturerswarranty, and reliability.
This is cheap for a pick up.
Probably will get stolen
hamodziatko28/09/2019 19:53

It’s got nothing to do with posing, for most it will be about a m …It’s got nothing to do with posing, for most it will be about a manufacturerswarranty, and reliability.


It's ridiculously expensive if that is all you want. Posing must come in to it.
Pointlessusername28/09/2019 20:02

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Brilliant, I admire the effort and imagination that went in to this response. Don't donate your brain to science, they will manage.
Gazzatheyiddo28/09/2019 19:32

Fair play but why not just get something you can afford to own and not …Fair play but why not just get something you can afford to own and not burn money? But I get this will appeal to some.


One of the main reasons I lease is because it gives me the joy of driving new cars that I couldn't afford to buy.

It's not burning money in my view, much in the same way that a holiday isn't, you do it for the happiness it brings you
How much is the road tax for these.
Tanni4play28/09/2019 20:25

How much is the road tax for these.


Doesn't matter with a lease, you don't pay it.
jtalep28/09/2019 20:26

Doesn't matter with a lease, you don't pay it.


Sweet
termite28/09/2019 20:14

It's ridiculously expensive if that is all you want. Posing must come in …It's ridiculously expensive if that is all you want. Posing must come in to it.


The list price is £31k and the price for this for 2 years is £6.5k. On auto trader 2 year old vehicles are going for £17-£18k. You’d be nuts to buy a new one outright without intending to keep it forever.
If somebody wanted something to pose in they would be better off buying a 5 year old German car and sticking a £200 private plate on it.

Some folks will never understand leasing.
jtalep28/09/2019 20:25

One of the main reasons I lease is because it gives me the joy of driving …One of the main reasons I lease is because it gives me the joy of driving new cars that I couldn't afford to buy. It's not burning money in my view, much in the same way that a holiday isn't, you do it for the happiness it brings you


Fair play each to their own.

Some great used bargains is all I'd say and actually investing the money might mean moving up the range over time.
hamodziatko28/09/2019 20:28

The list price is £31k and the price for this for 2 years is £6.5k. On a …The list price is £31k and the price for this for 2 years is £6.5k. On auto trader 2 year old vehicles are going for £17-£18k. You’d be nuts to buy a new one outright without intending to keep it forever. If somebody wanted something to pose in they would be better off buying a 5 year old German car and sticking a £200 private plate on it. Some folks will never understand leasing.


I understand leasing, you appear to be confused.
Gazzatheyiddo28/09/2019 20:19

Brilliant, I admire the effort and imagination that went in to this …Brilliant, I admire the effort and imagination that went in to this response. Don't donate your brain to science, they will manage.


No effort
No imagination
Just copy and paste on standby for individuals who can’t do maths or see another point of view...😏
Pointlessusername28/09/2019 20:33

No effort No imagination Just copy and paste on standby for individuals …No effort No imagination Just copy and paste on standby for individuals who can’t do maths or see another point of view...😏


I've acknowledged this may appeal to some. Maybe your blinkered specs missed that.
38566110-Q2n2F.jpgHow dare you to post that large, disgusting, nature polluting ugly vehicle?
And how dare other people voting hot and contribute to global warming?
hamodziatko28/09/2019 20:28

The list price is £31k and the price for this for 2 years is £6.5k. On a …The list price is £31k and the price for this for 2 years is £6.5k. On auto trader 2 year old vehicles are going for £17-£18k. You’d be nuts to buy a new one outright without intending to keep it forever. If somebody wanted something to pose in they would be better off buying a 5 year old German car and sticking a £200 private plate on it. Some folks will never understand leasing.


The thing that always gets me is the 8k a year. That's not a lot, and would the £17-£19k figures still be true if the car had only done 16k miles? The company doing the lease must make money on these

Just to be clear, I have nothing against these deals. Your time has value
tissot2228/09/2019 21:09

[Image] How dare you to post that large, disgusting, nature polluting ugly …[Image] How dare you to post that large, disgusting, nature polluting ugly vehicle?And how dare other people voting hot and contribute to global warming?


This might help you


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old_mikefield28/09/2019 20:59

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Yeah her web cam is down so she can have the night off...
termite28/09/2019 20:30

I understand leasing, you appear to be confused.


I don't think he was. He was perfectly entitled to assume that you did not understand leasing. You wrote something along the lines of "rediculously expensive blah blah" with no substance.

He pointed out to you why this was not expensive. In quite good detail I might add.

You then replied "I understand leasing thanks" (again no substance).

So I think he is perfectly entitled to assume you have contributed nothing to the discussion.
Edited by: "Deedie" 28th Sep
Shard28/09/2019 21:12

The thing that always gets me is the 8k a year. That's not a lot, and …The thing that always gets me is the 8k a year. That's not a lot, and would the £17-£19k figures still be true if the car had only done 16k miles? The company doing the lease must make money on theseJust to be clear, I have nothing against these deals. Your time has value


There’s a diesel one with less than 7k miles for a shade under 19k38566360-5UgpN.jpg
Not knocking leasing in general, but I think these deals that compare the lease cost to list price are misleading.

Who pays list price for a brand new car?
dannyjones10628/09/2019 22:09

Not knocking leasing in general, but I think these deals that compare the …Not knocking leasing in general, but I think these deals that compare the lease cost to list price are misleading.Who pays list price for a brand new car?


You’d be surprised by the amount of people that pay list price and think they have got a bargain because they get mats and paint protection thrown in. They are the same people that don’t check their utility provider or price check their insurance renewal.
hamodziatko28/09/2019 22:12

You’d be surprised by the amount of people that pay list price and think t …You’d be surprised by the amount of people that pay list price and think they have got a bargain because they get mats and paint protection thrown in. They are the same people that don’t check their utility provider or price check their insurance renewal.


I can totally believe that!

I guess I'm just a bit miffed that a site that is supposed to be saving people money seems to be either intentionally or lazily skewing the appeal of these lease deals.

The cynical side of me says HUKD must be getting some kind of kick back, and if that's true, then it's at the expense of the community IMO.
Is this better than last weeks Ford Ranger ???
dannyjones10628/09/2019 22:19

I can totally believe that!I guess I'm just a bit miffed that a site that …I can totally believe that!I guess I'm just a bit miffed that a site that is supposed to be saving people money seems to be either intentionally or lazily skewing the appeal of these lease deals. The cynical side of me says HUKD must be getting some kind of kick back, and if that's true, then it's at the expense of the community IMO.


Oh yeah I hear you, the site has gone down hill a bit with some really suspect deals that are obviously financially motivated.

This one is a genuine bargain though, entirely due to the new model being released.
Deedie28/09/2019 21:48

I don't think he was. He was perfectly entitled to assume that you did not …I don't think he was. He was perfectly entitled to assume that you did not understand leasing. You wrote something along the lines of "rediculously expensive blah blah" with no substance.He pointed out to you why this was not expensive. In quite good detail I might add.You then replied "I understand leasing thanks" (again no substance).So I think he is perfectly entitled to assume you have contributed nothing to the discussion.


You haven't understood either.
Adidas.Addict28/09/2019 19:41

It's simple maths, leasing a car costs less than the depreciation over the …It's simple maths, leasing a car costs less than the depreciation over the same period if you bought one.


I lease an Audi worth 34k. I pay £250 a month over two years with £750 down. £6750 total cost. I purchase one new and then look to see how much it’s worth after two years to find its values at 24k. I also have a maintenance plan as part of that price. No brainer for me with not stumping money up front.
Gazzatheyiddo28/09/2019 19:32

Fair play but why not just get something you can afford to own and not …Fair play but why not just get something you can afford to own and not burn money? But I get this will appeal to some.


Oh the affordability argument again. If you can afford the lease costs then what’s the problem....
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