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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I love this motor!
lynsaydyson28/09/2019 23:06

I love this motor!


Me too. I'd go for it if I could fit the dogs and the wife in it. As it stands, I just don't think the wife wants to sit on the flat bed section. Darn inconsiderate wench!
NoliCedere28/09/2019 23:14

Me too. I'd go for it if I could fit the dogs and the wife in it. As it …Me too. I'd go for it if I could fit the dogs and the wife in it. As it stands, I just don't think the wife wants to sit on the flat bed section. Darn inconsiderate wench!


Lol. I offered my hubby a mattress so he's comfy in the back whilst the dog is in the cab but u can't please some people.
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.


Maybe, but nobody pays RRP.
lynsaydyson28/09/2019 23:18

Lol. I offered my hubby a mattress so he's comfy in the back whilst the …Lol. I offered my hubby a mattress so he's comfy in the back whilst the dog is in the cab but u can't please some people.


I like your thinking - I'll try that with the wife tomorrow and report back from the dog house!
Also worth noting that as a Light commercial vehicle (it can carry more than 1000kg) this benefits from fixed road tax, extremely low benefit in kind and reclaimable VAT. Only adds to an already hot deal!
Besford28/09/2019 23:18

Maybe, but nobody pays RRP.


I mean if you can get £7.5k+ discount (taking out the 6.5k cost of this deal and a resale value of 17k after two years) plus the road tax and any other fees then fill your boots really as that's a great deal.

I personally lease my car because it makes financial sense for me and is much cheaper than buying the car I drive.

It horses for courses really. I don't get why people always argue on leasing threads on here. If you want to lease great then lease if you want to buy then buy. Honestly its puzzling why everyone needs to argue about it on every deal ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Each to their own.
Mathematically you need to work out how much a purchased vehicle loses through deprecation after two years. And compare that value to the overall cost of a two year rental. The best economic investment is the one with the lowest value. The other thing you need to look at is the experience of driving the vehicle. These vehicles are quite large for roads and parking spaces in the UK which were designed for smaller vehicles. I drove an l200, a nissan frontier and a tacoma in the Americas, but I wouldn't dream of driving one here. Our roads and infrastructure simply aren't suitable for them. So while they do look nice, they are not a sensible purchase for most people here.
Edited by: "mr_johnsie" 29th Sep
Had a hire car one of these. Good luck parking it in London. Totally impractical.
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.


That is not how it works. Nobody ever pay list price unless it is intense demand (like a tesla) or a very exotic car. I would expect this to be purchased around 24k.
So many bloody Doleys!
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.


I have never been interested in PCP or leasing as it wouldn’t be right for me but I 100% understand why people do it.The flexibility you get makes for some circumstances sense.
smellyonion29/09/2019 06:33

That is not how it works. Nobody ever pay list price unless it is intense …That is not how it works. Nobody ever pay list price unless it is intense demand (like a tesla) or a very exotic car. I would expect this to be purchased around 24k.


Cool, where in the deal does is say purchase? Its just borrowing it for 2 years for a reasonable monthly rental. You could always post a deal where this could be bought for 24k as you say which would be helpful. Happy shopping dude
Lol at buying a pick up truck to pose in. Maybe if you drive around collecting scrap metal or live in a caravan.
You can buy a car for that!
DrRollo29/09/2019 07:22

Lol at buying a pick up truck to pose in. Maybe if you drive around …Lol at buying a pick up truck to pose in. Maybe if you drive around collecting scrap metal or live in a caravan.


Who said anything about posing? The only people who would say that are those that try to keep up with the Jones's, or rather, can't afford to. If you're looking for a pickup, it's great value.
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?



Definitely not the leasing company.
Are the indicators still on the wrong side on these? Find myself constantly putting the wipers on when I should be indicating to turn,
8000 miles pa should be sufficient for dropping /picking the kids up. Also really handy for mounting even high kerbs to make blocking pavements for pushchairs near to schools even easier
Are the pictures of the 2019 Warrior? The interior looks like the one out of the Barbarian and the head unit is off and old 2017/18 model, the new Apple play unit is different? Great deal all the same.
Gazzatheyiddo28/09/2019 20:30

Fair play each to their own. Some great used bargains is all I'd say and … 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.


Investment implies the asset is going to appreciate in value. Unless you bought a classic or rare vehicle, or seriously underpaid initially, its unlikely a car will do anything but lose value over time for the vast majority of people, new or used.
smellyonion29/09/2019 06:33

That is not how it works. Nobody ever pay list price unless it is intense …That is not how it works. Nobody ever pay list price unless it is intense demand (like a tesla) or a very exotic car. I would expect this to be purchased around 24k.


That'll be before VAT also. Don't forget you need to add the 20% unless you can claim it back as part of the business.
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.


Sorry but you obviously do NOT get it
i drive over 20k miles a year, how much extra would it cost?
This is good value. How much is a load cover so folks shopping doesn't get wet?
Gazzatheyiddo28/09/2019 18:54

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All those idiots who get on the bus everyday, and they can't keep the bus, throwing money away they are
Clearly you can’t count

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.

singhisking6828/09/2019 18:35

The Bailiffs are coming ....


Love it! Its what all the look at me’s deserve hahahahaaa
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


The only decent, sensible and honest answer I’ve seen on any lease deal. Well said and nothing wrong with that approach.
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.


No one sensible would pay £31k for it new. I would assume at least £3k off list price? Even so this lease deal seems to stack up, although many dont (well on the cars I actually want to buy).
Gazzatheyiddo28/09/2019 18:54

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Still cheaper than the train!
You don’t get to keep that either!

But you do have to sit around with smelly people for an hour or so.
craigk816328/09/2019 22:43

I lease an Audi worth 34k. I pay £250 a month over two years with £750 d …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.


Or having the ballache of selling it at the end as well.
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.


Almost every single car on the planet depreciates. The amount of depreciation you can afford depends on your income. Some afford more, some afford less. So what.
is this old shape as in picture?
dmjar29/09/2019 01:32

Honestly its puzzling why everyone needs to argue about it on every deal …Honestly its puzzling why everyone needs to argue about it on every deal ¯\_(ツ)_/¯Each to their own.


I think it's just the nature of the site, sometimes spending more than necessary and saving money simultaneously can seem contradictory. With some justification, perhaps.
Got the old shape for cheap brand new delivery miles n almost top spec as new model came out so dealers were clearing the old model for £12.5k + vat
topla29/09/2019 15:05

Got the old shape for cheap brand new delivery miles n almost top spec as …Got the old shape for cheap brand new delivery miles n almost top spec as new model came out so dealers were clearing the old model for £12.5k + vat


Cool story, did you post the deal?
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