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Skoda Octavia 1.0 TSI SE Technology Personal Lease - £2,400 upfront + £83.10/month, 24 Months lease
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Found 7th JulFound 7th Jul
8k miles with an option of 10k for £3/£4 a month more. £2400 upfront £83.10 per month for 24 months 19 week delivery £239.99 admin fee Two other models at slightly higher pric… Read more
Loada

I actually have one of these (with DSG) and the 1.0L engine is more than adequate (115ps, 200nm) for general driving i,e. mixed commute, the odd long-distance trip with 4x passengers/baggage. If you're after "spirited driving" or being "that guy" in the outside lane of the motorway, this isn't really the engine/spec for you but it's not supposed to be, that's what the vRS exists for - this (with DSG) is all about the smooth, relaxed drive, if that's your style. I test drove first on the recommendation of the dealer (I was after a 1.5 TSI, initially) and was pleasantly surprised, it really didn't hamper the larger car at all and vibration and noise is very well-controlled, you'd be hard-pushed to know it was a 3-cylinder under normal driving. It's a good spec for leasing in terms of ownership costs (low monthly, good economy, long service intervals etc), has a nice selection of toys (active cruise, half-decent satnav/entertainment, auto lights/wipers, dual air-con etc) and plenty of space. Niggles so far are the seats take a while to soften up and become comfy (although they're fine now a few months on), suspension can be a little firm sometimes and 12v/USB sockets are always-on (not tied to ignition)! I previously had an older Mondeo Zetec (130ps) diesel and the Octavia is a better all-round car in pretty much all respects.

Zardoz

Ah, I was wondering about GAP insurance. Never seems to get mentioned but figure it would be required in case insurance valuation and lease company valuation didn’t agree.

fishmaster

Your friend is stupid sorry to say but that's the facts. If you don't research what you're buying in to you'll get done over. There are many stupid people sadly, don't be one of them. If you take out a lease make sure you get GAP insurance as well as your normal car insurance!

fossman

It costs £4,600 to hire this car for 2 years, you pay an initial payment of £2,400 and the £2,200 that is left is spread over the remaining 23 months. When the 23 months are up the car goes back and you are left with nothing. You then find another car to hire that costs £4,600 and start over again, pay another initial payment of £2,400 and the £2,200 that is left is spread over the remaining 23 months.

jakbli

But if I take lease deal directly from Skoda, initial upront payment will not be paid again with new deal? Thanks

VW Arteon 1.5 TSI R Line 5dr DSG lease - £184.80 per month on PCH (£6890.39 total) @ National vehicle solutions
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Found 3rd JulFound 3rd Jul
I have just found this deal on Central Vehicle Contract webiste. Really believe it's a good deal for a such a big car in top spec and DSG in compare to a Mercedes CLA posted couple… Read more
ec9wrr

Or instead of buying a car you could invest in stocks and shares. Could have been more profitable for you. Just because you’ve decided to invest in property doesn’t mean everyone needs to. I lease. It’s lower cost than buying new. I don’t want to drive a 6 year old car because I can afford not to.

ec9wrr

Fantastic car. I have the 2l petrol, but would have got this if it was available. At the time I started my lease the 2l was significantly cheaper than the 1.5l.

SmashingK

Doesn't that also mean the engines themselves don't last as long as they used to? From what I've read from some mechanics online engines like the 1 litre ones used in new Fords show wear after a year that's similar to what older larger engines would've taken a few years to show. This makes sense to me as it's a bit like overclocking a CPU which naturally going to decrease it's life span. Happy for someone to shed some light on it as I have the impression the smaller engine sizes go hand in hand with planned obsolescence. Just to clarify, I'm not saying you're wrong about these engines making cars 'faster, more efficient and cheaper to run' only that they won't last as long and will also make them less desirable to purchase as used vehicles.

willyvwade

How would you buy a used car if nobody bought new cars? Is your car comparable to this one? You can PCP a smart car for a little over a grand a year... How much have you spent on maintence over those six years?

Uncommon.Sense

You might want to re-read what you quoted, or sort your maths out since last time I checked 6500 - 2000 is 4500 difference. :p However, I agree with your comment about wastefulness when it comes to not being financially organised, who puts a blooming car before a house, it's lunacy. My next door neighbour rents his house, and has a top of the range Porsche Cayenne Hybrid, but he is young and stupid, and it is his money so let him waste it

Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 TDi BMT 150 SE Nav 5dr lease deal from National Vehicle Solutions - £285.96 pm plus admin fee £239.99 - £7103.03
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Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
This is a 1+23 profile so no upfront payment. £285.96 x 24 + £239.99 fee = £7,103.03 total. 10k miles. I like to drive a new car every 2 years so this suits me. No upfront payme… Read more
m5rcc

Indeed there isn't because I am correct in this instance. Wrong - nothing to do with reading about it. Either your car has a fundamental flaw or you are not driving it correctly. Even another HUKD user with the same car as you achieves 38mpg, which is more akin to what you ought to be getting. When have I ever said, let alone portrayed that? Please do show evidence. Still awaiting a response to my last direct message to you on this thread...

Deedie

trust me there is no point arguing with him. if he read it on the internet somewhere then its gospel. as long as it wasn't some one on this site telling him something, because on this site, he is the only one who know anything about cars or lease deals. so best just to move along to be honest.

KCooperman

Yeah, my bad. I didn't notice the 20% Vat wasn't included. I thought it was too good to be true, especially the rline prices! Makes sense now...

BigD21

So it is! Damn, I missed that - already ordered and paid my fee. :( Can I vote my own deal cold?? (embarrassed) Update - the VW finance calculator prices exclude VAT and for business users only. Add 20% on. See full terms and conditions †*Monthly rental cost, Rental in advance and Excess mileage (per mile) figures exclude VAT. **P11D value includes VAT at the current rate. Contract Hire calculations are based on a standard specification excluding optional extras /accessories. No ownership option (CH) With Contract Hire. Fair wear and tear charges may apply. Business users only. All Prices Exclude VAT. VAT payable at the prevailing rate. 18s+. Subject to availability and status. T&Cs apply. Offer available for vehicles ordered by 31st May 2018 from participating Retailers Indemnities may be required. Offers are not available in conjunction with any other offer and may be varied or withdrawn at any time.. Accurate at time of publication. Freepost Volkswagen Financial Services. Model shown is for illustrative purposes.

m5rcc

No - please reread what I wrote. I personally wouldn't abuse finance regs, but many do. I wouldn't also buy a new car in cash, but get a PCH. They're mutually exclusive events.

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Honda Jazz £35.46 a month on a 24m lease with £2400 deposit & Admin Fee £239.99 @ NVS (5000 miles per year)
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Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
I came across this one when looking at some leasing deals. Would suit someone who has enough to put the deposit down but then has very little to pay each month. Honda Jazz Hatch… Read more
OriginalBaggers

I'm very keen on the idea of leasing but my concern is how long the delivery times are on some of these deals and the prospect of being unable to arrange a new lease in good time to avoid being car-less at the end of the current lease deal. Anyone with any experience of this who can offer advice?

m5rcc

As with any form of credit, best to check your rating and evaluate prior to application.

marcio.demenezes

Do you know with poor or fair credit can get leasing? My bills everything good. Problem is less than 6 month with bank account here ;(

farringtoc

so hope this is still available. waiting for a call back :)

ukscoob1

It should be stated as initial payment or initial rental. Deposit is the term for PCP where you're paying towards ownership. But you dont get it back in a PCP either.

AUDI A5 SPORTBACK 1.4 TFSI SE 5dr S Tronic - Business and Personal Lease £173.30 per month Incl VAT Initial Rental £2400.00 Incl VAT Admin Fee £239.99 Incl VAT Contract Length 24 month @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Business deal: £144.42 per month Excl VAT Initial Rental £2000.00 Excl VAT Admin Fee £199.99 Excl VAT Contract Length 24 months based on 5k miles Total: £5521.65 excl VAT P… Read more
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o3mar

150Ps 240Nm 0-60mph : 8.9 seconds Ave 52mpg I can only presume that you’re basing your assumptions about the engine on mainstream technology from 20 years ago. You may want to educate yourself a little.

rcrm4444

Must of gone Loofer. Don't know how to send you a message on here, with my deal? Is there a way? If not give Charlie a bell No: 0203 189 1299

loofer

Good deal. They also do 10k miles for an extra £5/month

loofer

Can’t find it. Is it still available? Can you provide link please

m5rcc

Poor deal - cheaper by £147.41 here with 8,000 miles and a smaller deposit:

Personal Lease: BMW 2 SERIES COUPE 218d M Sport 2dr (Nav) Lease £2400 initial rental, £175.94 per month, 239.99+vat admin fee Total Cost £6734.61 2 year lease, 8000 miles pa @ National vehicle solutions
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Found 25th JanFound 25th Jan
Just spotted this deal on National Vehicle Solutions as their deal of the day: BMW 2 SERIES COUPE 218d M Sport 2dr (Nav) £175.94 per month Incl VAT Initial Rental £2400.00 Incl VA… Read more
Abarry29

Bluechillicars seem to be advertising the OP link for a little less too at £6499 over term when adding upfront and £360 fee. Screenshot below. And NO I don’t work for these. Just spoke with them last week string up my deal.

Abarry29

Not sure about any new versions coming out. Seems to be that the best deals are pre reg. the dealers listing these had to make their quota for this quarter. Hence pre reg. all at BMW dealers. Doesn’t really bother us as it’s still a new car which we’d be pleased with. It was just the right car for our budget. We tend to set a budget first then see what cars fit. Then narrow down the selection to finally make a choice. We were after an automatic convertible with leather for up to £240 p/m and for these specifications Nothing else came in budget so it suited. When I called bluechillicars last week they had a few manual convertible m sport versions in white left as in screenshot below Hope this helps and there are a few left

PurrlineBargain

Cannot find deal on website, got a screenshot? Has it expired?

PurrlineBargain

Does it have anything to do with a FWD version coming soon? I have no idea but i think that’s true for 1 series? (I know nothing about cars)

Abarry29

Cryptic???

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Seat ATECA 1.6 TDI Ecomotive SE Technology Lease 2yr 10,000 miles pa £5332.61 all in @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Hate Skoda badges? Want an almost identical car as the Karoq but with a different badge on it? Congratulations, you can now get this Seat Ateca mum-truck for £117 a month (after a… Read more
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BruTamUK

We do 12k miles per year so we'll hit the mileage service before the 1 year service is due.

pk237776

Should only need one service, as long as you give it back at least 1 day before the 2 year lease period, as mentioned above?

BruTamUK

I got mine on Friday. Local Seat dealer matched the National Vehicle Solutions price. Happy with it so far. Decided to take out a Seat service plan through dealership as well seeing as though we'll need two services before handing it back.

JonesOsmosis

Cracking deal. Love Seats, my 2002 Leon TDI is still going strong every holiday in Spain (250k km on the clock). I'm very tempted to get this as my current lease runs out in 20 weeks... Please @SpamJavelin let us know how it goes with National Vehicle Solutions when you receive your Ateca.

JonesOsmosis

Most people (including me) return the car a week, or even a day, before the second years service. (ninja)

Skoda Octavia 2.0 TDI CR SE £95.01 month! £2400 Down £239 admin fee - £4825.22 over 24 months @ National vehicle solutions
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Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
1+23 £2400 down £95.01 per month £239 admin fee £4825.22 over 24 months! 8000 miles but other mileages available
deleted1032520

I can imagine your first memories were of people peering into your pram and saying that, perhaps it's what made you so "damaged"

Sentral

SUCH a shame.

Rickardo

Shame you have not corrected your initial mistake, or at least acknowledged it. I've never leased, always bought used, but can see it would suit some circumstances, plus it actually helps the used car market, so I'm certainly not against it.

Sentral

Corrected your mistake.

Fatchops11

If you want a petrol he's a well cheaper option £165pm https://www.selectcarleasing.co.uk/car-leasing/skoda/octavia/hatchback/10_tsi_se_technology_5dr/79892-2018.html

Audi S4 Saloon £266.65 Per Month 24 months £3000 down.
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Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Not the cheapest least in the world but this is 354BHP! £9331..95 £266.65 per month per month EXCL VAT Initial Rental £3,000.00 EXCL VAT Contract Length 24 Maintenance No Admi… Read more
acj7744

And there is lots of people on here who could afford it I don't get your point.

Dunkz1

They have the same deal on the avant on there mate

beardedbenito

Good deal but I’m going to hold out for an A4 Avant I think. Just prefer the look of them.

Hassxn786

Thanks just ordered 3

jasonm737

Got email from central uk vehicle leasing with this car. Admin fee is less at £80 and monthly fee is also bit less. AUDI S4 3.0TFSI QUATTRO 354PS AUTO 24 Months Contract Hire 5,000 Miles Per Annum £3000 + VAT Initial 23x Monthly Rental: £253.99 + VAT

Skoda Octavia 2.0TDI (150) CR SE Technology 2yrs 10,000mpa £99.63 per month after initial payment total £4931 @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
It's a Skoda lease deal so let's play HUKD bingo! One point for every time someone mentions rubbish Skodas from the 80's, VW diesel emissions, asks if they get the 'deposit' back,… Read more
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Krizzo3

Only damage it is making is to the oil companies wallets.

MCYounes

I've sat in an Audi A3, A5 and A6 and a 2017 Golf and the interiors were lovely. I've not sat in any of the new Japanese cars but I remember a 2007 Civic type R to be full of cheap plastics

kristmace

CR is the type of diesel engine inside (Common Rail). The spec is SE Technology which includes Sat Nav, parking sensors and cruise control.

ollie87

Nearly all German-based cars are. Still not as bad as Japanese cars, where the plastics are made out of the stuff the Cadbury's Milk Tray comes in.

MCYounes

Seat interiors are extremely bland

Skoda Octavia Estate 2.0 TDI CR vRS 2yr lease (10k pa) 6455.75 all in @ NVS
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Found 30th Dec 2017Found 30th Dec 2017
Skoda OCTAVIA ESTATE 2.0 TDI CR vRS 5dr Personal Lease 2400 down 158.99 per month 2 year lease (10k pa) 239.99 admin fee Found this whilst looking for somethign for another membe… Read more
HangTime

Gone up to over £215/month now

Sunny645

C220d AMG Coupe here A200 Sport here

Sunny645

C220d AMG Coupe here A200 Sport here

loofer

Yes would be keen to know, especially if that’s net average monthly

hukdbuddy

70MPG.........who are Skoda owned by again. Hmmmmmm

Skoda Karoq 1.5 TSI SE Tech 24month Lease 10k miles £5441.76 all in
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Looks like a decent deal to me, bit new to leases but this seems far better than some of the bigger names lease options. £2400 up front £239.99 admin fee £116.74 a month (24 month… Read more
Zarjaz2000

...or bait and switch

SpamJavelin

About a dozen other companies advertised a similar price and also withdrew it. Mistake by VWFS? Must have got some publicity though

J1135

How can the price be wrong is was their all singing all dancing star offer of the week lol It was advertised on every page!

SpamJavelin

They have a deal on the Seat Ateca that's similar if you are still looking

SpamJavelin

Did anyone manage to place an order? I got a quote but a few hours later was told the price was wrong and had gone up £50 per month!

Skoda OCTAVIA 2.0TDI CR VRS Personal Lease 24 months 8,000 miles per year £132.55 plus £2400 £3821.19 @ National vehicle solutions
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BIG APOLOGIES! Never posted a car deal before, so not sure what bits you need. £2400 down £132.55 Month 24 Months 8000 Miles £239.99 fee for something or other
uktottys

Mine's arriving on MONDAY! WOOP!

Guzzle

The deal price is for a manual car. The auto can be found here;- https://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/skoda-octavia-lease/Skoda-OCTAVIA-2.0-TDI-CR-vRS-5dr-DSG-Personal-Lease/47568

thecoolguy

Is this auto or manual

uktottys

Wow that's even better than my deal! I went for the 10,000 miles too but that took it up to £138 per mth

jonnyt1979

Haha, 2 weeks delivery time is awesome!! When I signed it was 20 weeks so should be getting it end of Feb. I got the £2400 initial, £130 pm, 10k posted on here a few months back through nvs

Golf R 310 Estate 4wd DSG - 24 months PCH - 10k miles £233.93pm @ NVS
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24 month PCH lease. By my calculations once you factor the admin fee and initial upfront cost, it works out to about £334.18pm - but feel free to correct me if I'm wrong. I think … Read more
OutwithCameron1

If you pay the inflated price yes, but stupid is as stupid does

Mr.Bananas

I personally wouldn't believe anything that VW tells people ! (cheeky)

alastairgordon1984

So you like throwing away money? This car will cost you more in depreciation over those 2 years than this deal! Meanwhile you have £30k of your hard earned cash tied up in a car.

OutwithCameron1

Who can afford a car without being in debt

trickytree1984

You'd rather have something old that you lose money on rather than something new that you lose money on? I owned my last car and it cost me more in depreciation than my current lease will cost...and the car is twice as expensive and twice as new. Your loss buddy. Our gain

Skoda Octavia 2.0TSI 245 VRS - Lease 10k/year 24 months - total cost: £5,648.85 (£2,400 deposit / £239.99 admin / £130.82pm) @ National Vehicle Solutions
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The Q4 2017 deals have come out and this looks like a particular steal. It has the same deposit/admin fee as the deal posted below - but monthlies are now £24.53 cheaper (or £564.… Read more
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njr911

Mines not due until April :( DSG, Meteor Grey

volksdub

Got mine today :D

matt9407

Yep waiting list of 20 weeks

davidbrent

Is that the soonest they are available?

matt9407

Ordered one of these today. DSG saloon. Been told expected delivery of around March but im in no rush

Skoda OCTAVIA 1.4TSI SE TECHNOLOGY  National vehicle solutions - 24 months - £2400 deposit, £239.99 Admin fee and £72.08 per month
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5 star whatcar review. https://www.whatcar.com/skoda/octavia/hatchback/1-4-tsi-se-technology-5dr/79894/ Good price for the car. 24 months 10 k. Personal deal £72.08 per month i… Read more
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GwanGy

THIS VIDEo snippet explains car leasing and gap payments in detail car leasing and gap payments explained university of london

Bertz99

That isn't strictly true - most insurers will pay the invoice value on a car less than 12 months old (new for old) so you could actually end up depending on your total loss terms of the lease. Hibbers1 on here pointed out that for direct line the new for old only applies if you are the owner rather than the registered keeper (which would match your example). There are also some insurers offering 2 years new for old (would be a little contentious if you were to write off a car every 18 months). As always its down to the fine print on the lease terms and the insurance terms you have, working out what you want gap to cover and then ensuring you take out a policy that covers that - the highest number of complaints raised to the ombudsman is for gap insurance not covering what people thought it. Of course Gap for lease coverage, as it covers less, is also not huge sums. m5rcc has previously recommended ALA which I think presently has a discount code another poster put on here in the last few days.

CoeK

The grim reaper of reasonable discourse I think you mean.

CoeK

If your meaning of rarely is in almost every car leasing deal then yes it is rarely mentioned.

m5rcc

Slightly cheaper elsewhere at a net £177.97/mth.

Skoda Octavia 1.0 TSI SE TECH lease £2400 Deposit, £64.93 x 23 £239.99 admin fee Total £4133.38 at NVS
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Found 22nd Sep 2017Found 22nd Sep 2017
£2400 deposit £64.93 x 23 £239.99 admin Total 4,133.38
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Optom

This is what I was expecting, around 45mpg for this Octavia. However, on HonestJohn realmpg page it shows rather high, 60+. The same engine in various modes of tune and in different models throughout VAG group of cars, people are achieving mid 40s. Anyways. Ordering this car as current car does 26mpg.

Bertz99

What car seems to support your reasoning:

m5rcc

Same engine block, but with different power outputs. This Octavia has 115ps, the Fabia/Polo has 95ps.

Optom

Same engine in smaller cars such as Fabia or Polo etc is around mid/high 40s. And estate is 1172kg cf 1150kg for hatchback (Octavia brochure) 22kg can not make 20mpg difference!

m5rcc

An Octavia estate weighs more.

Skoda Octavia 2.0 TDI CR SE TECH Lease £2400 Deposit, £81.42 x 23 £239.99 admin fee Total £4,512.65 at NVS
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Another Skoda deal lol. £2400 Deposit, £81.42 x 23 £239.99 admin fee Total £4,512.65 Effectively 188.03 a month. 8000 miles
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118luke

https://www.transportenvironment.org/sites/te/files/publications/GDI%20Briefing_final_T&E.pdf

DonBeliev

But this isn't about *buying* a diesel, it's leasing for 2 years for nearly the same price as the lower-spec 1.4 petrol version. 10,000 mostly motorway miles a year would still be a couple hundred quid cheaper on fuel, and possibly more pleasant with less revving and gearchanges in the much torquier, better equipped diesel, especially with family and/or luggage on board.

ilc14

I've been quoted 18 weeks lead time from another broker so guess that a standard for them all. Lead time direct from Skoda.

lumsdot

No it would be more sensible if you are doing less than 20k to buy a petrol. If you are doing more than 20k you have a choice of petrol or diesel, if you care about pollution get a petrol, if you only care about your pocket get a diesel

dale86uk

So you're saying that it would be sensible to do more miles in something that causes air pollution...?

Skoda Octavia 2.0TSI 245 VRS - Lease 10k/year 24 months - total cost: £6,368.39 (£2,400 deposit / £155.35pm) @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Still got a year to go on my Tiguan but this looks like a decent price for the spec. This is actually a personal deal so includes VAT. 155.35*24 = £3728.40 £24… Read more
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Guzzle

Why not go for 2 years initially and then extend by a further 6 or 12 months if you need to? I've extended my 2 year lease by a further 6 months and the monthlies are still more or less the same, and the car shouldn't need another service before I return it. You can also vary the mileage if you wish. It's a matter of striking the right balance and getting as much flexibility as possible. 2yr deals can mean more frequent large upfront payments, whereas the 3 year terms mean you making a longer commitment, and potentially more hassle if your circumstances change long before the agreement ends.

romeospadre

I think you are correct Agent Silver, I wasn't thinking ... yes 3 years is better as I don't want to be funding a deposit every 2 years if I can do it every 3 years.

Agent_Silver

yes, sounds logical, we use kwik fit to manufacturer standard, we have over three years and hand back a week early, there are a lot of good two year deals around, but it means finding the three months up front every two years, I prefer three years - personal choice.

Mada06

Yes, I don't see the attractions of 3 year leases.

romeospadre

Would I be right in thinking to take the non maintenance option over 2 years ( use an independent garage for the 1st service in year 1 and return the car early before the 2nd one is due)? My thinking is to avoid the 3 year term as the 3rd service is major and probably expensive but then as you mentioned you can return the car a week or 2 early to avoid this, plus it would be nice to get "the new car smell" every 2 years :D Does this sound logical?

Brand New Volkswagen Arteon Fastback 2.0 TDI R Line DSG, £229.94 /PCM, £2069.46 Initial Personal Lease Deal at National Vehicle Solutions
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Personal lease deal on a yet to be released model, the VW Arteon Fastback....looks quite sleek imo and has had good preliminary reception so far, and this is the top spec R line mo… Read more
Rusty82

Decent deal that. I am after a diesel else I'd have more of a look. Cheers.

ccangel

I've just seen this deal, I'm thinking of getting it myself. Cheaper than anywhere else ATM. NVS is much more expensive!!! http://www.orbitleasing.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/volkswagen/arteon-hatchback/arteon-fastback-20-tsi-r-line-5dr-dsg-231560798

andybutlin

The depreciation of the car is greater than the cost of the lease. How is this bad?!?! People just don’t understand the concept of leasing.

danflorin3

Hi. Where can I find Oil filter cap housing? I broke it when I was trying to change my Oil filter. Golf MK5 1.9 TDI. Any link?

escortboy

That's useful, thanks. You're not going to be paying the full list price though are you? Car sales are notorious for negotiations on price.