Mitsubishi Outlander 2.2 DI-D GX3 4x4 (Leather 7 Seat)  Lease deal through Nationwide Vehicle Contracts - 2 year lease with initial payment of £1,535.28 then 23 x £225.88 total £6730.52, 8,000 miles pa.
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Mitsubishi Outlander 2.2 DI-D GX3 4x4 (Leather 7 Seat) Lease deal through Nationwide Vehicle Contracts - 2 year lease with initial payment of £1,535.28 then 23 x £225.88 total £6730.52, 8,000 miles pa.

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Found 15th Feb 2015
I have been mulling a lease deal over for some time, I have a large family and need a 7 seat option. My current vehicle was bought from new and the depreciation was horrendous. I am going to have to spend in the region of £1,000 over the coming months on new tyres, brakes and exhaust so this deal seems to offer good value. The quoted deal is for 8,000 miles pa, but you can adjust the upfront payment and mileage to suit your own circumstances. There is also an option to include maintenance costs, but I felt this was a bit on the expensive side. I know leasing isn't for everyone, but if you are looking for a new car with low initial outlay and reasonable monthly costs this seems to be a decent deal. The vehicle itself is well equipped and seems to offer reasonable economy for its size with quoted combined mpg of over 50 and most user reviews suggesting you are likely to achieving low to mid 40s mpg, road tax is not bad either.

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I picked up the PHEV version on lease following a post on here. Cant say much about how the diesel performs, but loving my electric hybrid one.
Edited by: "gazter" 15th Feb 2015

Like the ASX they have a world wide proven record of being durable, reliable and capable of high mileage over mixed terrain, that's great if you want to but it and keep it forever. There is a reason you do not see many of these esp. in non PHEV variant and its b/c you can finder better initial quality and more prestige for similar prices.

I believe 3 years servicing is £299 at purchase or up to 28 days after buying, I am not sure if you can buy this with the lease vehicle.

Like most Mitsubishis (minus the Colt) everything suggests this would make an ideal second hand purchase as a low cost, long term family car!

gazter

I picked up the PHEV version on lease following a post on here. Cant say … I picked up the PHEV version on lease following a post on here. Cant say much about how the diesel performs, but loving my electric hybrid one.



These make so much sense to company car drivers! We are adding 12 to our fleet in April!

Original Poster

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Just noticed that when you hit the link the options default to a 4 year business lease. You need to select personal, 24 months, 8,000 miles and 6 months for the example I have listed or adjust to suit your own circumstances.

Great deal of your in the market for this type of car.

groenleader

Like the ASX they have a world wide proven record of being durable, … Like the ASX they have a world wide proven record of being durable, reliable and capable of high mileage over mixed terrain, that's great if you want to but it and keep it forever. There is a reason you do not see many of these esp. in non PHEV variant and its b/c you can finder better initial quality and more prestige for similar prices.I believe 3 years servicing is £299 at purchase or up to 28 days after buying, I am not sure if you can buy this with the lease vehicle.Like most Mitsubishis (minus the Colt) everything suggests this would make an ideal second hand purchase as a low cost, long term family car!



I just bought one year old asx , top of the range, there was no other comparison for quality or prestige at the same price. £17k versus the £25k mark. Asx great value for money.

Wow that's got to rock giving them over 6k and you don't own it plus your allowed to do 8k miles a year when will people realise what fantastic offers these are id give heat but got to see if they allow this for more than one member of household bet there's a clause limiting us to one though

hottubchick

Wow that's got to rock giving them over 6k and you don't own it plus your … Wow that's got to rock giving them over 6k and you don't own it plus your allowed to do 8k miles a year when will people realise what fantastic offers these are id give heat but got to see if they allow this for more than one member of household bet there's a clause limiting us to one though



Nice punctuation.X)

MPG is in the 30s in ours. Can't believe they get away with quoting 50+.

Have you taken into account of vehicle finding fee for NVC? Probably increases overall outlay to nearer £7k, total average roughly £300pm. Pretty good for the money!

I'm seeing £313 a month and higher initial payment. Has this gone up or am I selecting the wrong options?

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g4v1n83

I'm seeing £313 a month and higher initial payment. Has this gone up or … I'm seeing £313 a month and higher initial payment. Has this gone up or am I selecting the wrong options?


You're right seems to have gone up now, I will expire the deal.

Expired.

B BOY

MPG is in the 30s in ours. Can't believe they get away with quoting 50+.



It'll be 50's if you don't have any passengers, and yeah please also dismantle all extra seats, spare tyre and all the stuff which is usually supposed to be in the car

B BOY

MPG is in the 30s in ours. Can't believe they get away with quoting 50+.



B BOY

MPG is in the 30s in ours. Can't believe they get away with quoting 50+.


Same here when the weather's warm on a slow 30 mph x 20 mile run can get 53mpg. But in the middle of winter
around town 37 mpg is more realistic.
Although that's not bad for an automatic with a powerful engine. Most review's are mediocre but it's a cracking vehicle with load's of credibility.

luize84

I just bought one year old asx , top of the range, there was no other … I just bought one year old asx , top of the range, there was no other comparison for quality or prestige at the same price. £17k versus the £25k mark. Asx great value for money.



That's interesting. We spent ages trying cars in that class; Nissan Qashqai, Hyundai AX35, Kia Sportage, Ford Kuga, VW Tiguan and whilst initially near the top of the pack, it quickly fell right to the bottom. The quality of panels, interior etc. was very flimsy and not at all quality or prestige.

Dizzy10

[img]D:\Capture.PNG[/img]Just noticed that when you hit the link the … [img]D:\Capture.PNG[/img]Just noticed that when you hit the link the options default to a 4 year business lease. You need to select personal, 24 months, 8,000 miles and 6 months for the example I have listed or adjust to suit your own circumstances.



lol you can't hotlink to files on your computer. you need to upload it to a host.

B BOY

MPG is in the 30s in ours. Can't believe they get away with quoting 50+.



It's a joke, for the quoted mpg they take wipers off, empty the screen wash, rear seats out, spare tyre out, minimum fuel and I've even heard of the test driver being sealed into the car when all the panel seams and front grill are taped up to improve fuel efficiency!

Never get these lease deals really ? I mean you could buy a half decent second had car for £1500 ( the up front payment ) drive it as much as you like for 2 years then sell it for most of what you paid ? Surely better, why the mass need to rent a new car. Probably just me lol.

nationalgodman

Never get these lease deals really ? I mean you could buy a half decent … Never get these lease deals really ? I mean you could buy a half decent second had car for £1500 ( the up front payment ) drive it as much as you like for 2 years then sell it for most of what you paid ? Surely better, why the mass need to rent a new car. Probably just me lol.




Me neither, but horses for courses. If everybody wanted decent second hand cars there would be a lot less for us to fight over. I am really quite thankful that some folk like driving brand new cars

Our company has 5 PHEV hybrids and none of them meet their quoted 148 miles per gallon, case of mis-selling Mitsubishbi?

adeelmpk

It'll be 50's if you don't have any passengers, and yeah please also … It'll be 50's if you don't have any passengers, and yeah please also dismantle all extra seats, spare tyre and all the stuff which is usually supposed to be in the car



Yes, and drive properly

SuffolkLad222

That's interesting. We spent ages trying cars in that class; Nissan … That's interesting. We spent ages trying cars in that class; Nissan Qashqai, Hyundai AX35, Kia Sportage, Ford Kuga, VW Tiguan and whilst initially near the top of the pack, it quickly fell right to the bottom. The quality of panels, interior etc. was very flimsy and not at all quality or prestige.



I completely disagree, Your not getting the point, top of the range asx compared to qashqai etc is around £8000 difference. Please, the Hyundai seriously it was as plastic boring nothing inside compared to asx. Asx def in my opinion the best looking aswell. To be honest where's the prestige with any of these?

hottubchick

Wow that's got to rock giving them over 6k and you don't own it plus your … Wow that's got to rock giving them over 6k and you don't own it plus your allowed to do 8k miles a year when will people realise what fantastic offers these are id give heat but got to see if they allow this for more than one member of household bet there's a clause limiting us to one though



Bore off pauper. I'm sure there's a deal on baked beans in Poundland somewhere on here you could go and comment on instead.

ewanyengi

Yes, and drive properly



I tried driving at 56 mph along the motorway - not accelerating heavy and best I got was about 38mpg. This is a manual too not even an auto. My 307 estate hdi gets about 60 mph if you drive it like that.

You should be getting 45mpg under normal conditions or 42mpg with say a strong headwind.

Billythebubble

Our company has 5 PHEV hybrids and none of them meet their quoted 148 … Our company has 5 PHEV hybrids and none of them meet their quoted 148 miles per gallon, case of mis-selling Mitsubishbi?


No car is going to meet the quoted mpg as it is tested in a lab to standardise it - the point is to compare against other manufacturers etc. So if this one has a higher started mpg than another car, then that should work out in the real world that it too is higher, despite you not actually achieving the stated figure.

B BOY

I tried driving at 56 mph along the motorway - not accelerating heavy and … I tried driving at 56 mph along the motorway - not accelerating heavy and best I got was about 38mpg. This is a manual too not even an auto. My 307 estate hdi gets about 60 mph if you drive it like that.



56mph in 3rd gear?

luize84

I completely disagree, Your not getting the point, top of the range asx … I completely disagree, Your not getting the point, top of the range asx compared to qashqai etc is around £8000 difference. Please, the Hyundai seriously it was as plastic boring nothing inside compared to asx. Asx def in my opinion the best looking aswell. To be honest where's the prestige with any of these?



Nah, not missing the point at all. Seems you have changed your argument from "there was no other comparison for quality or prestige at the same price." to just "the top of the range price is £8 different". I can't argue with that point - you win.
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