Doubt it - would say about break even, but longer term ownership you'd be worse off.
Ok so if that’s the case my full outlay for the 2 years was £4900 so I’m still quids in leasing! (y)
Nobody pays book price - especially for a kia! Would be surprised if you'd have had to pay more than 20k new for that.
I second this comment - I actually got a refund from Alphabet on my first lease car - not a single charge there was a small dint on pass door where some tool had opened car door onto mine. the inside of the boot had been well used with bikes frequently going in and out. Like the dude says look after it as if it is your own and keep clean, also before they come to inspect pay £20 for a full valet in and out make sure it is spotless. all the guys do is come out check it over and drive it direct to an auction house or you could negotiate buying it at the end they will offer a massive reduction....
for 3 years thats pretty good