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All Nationwide Vehicle Contracts Deals, Discounts & Sales for June 2020

Renault Kadjar 1.3 TCE 140 GT Line / 48 M Lease / 8K MPA / INSURANCE Incl £299.94 + £1799.64 Deposit +£198 Fee Total £16,080.72 @ NVC
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
Here is a Super Red Hot 4 Year Car Lease Deal Complete Care Includes Fully Maintened & Servicing + Mot Includes Fully Comprehensive Insurance Cost 1 x Deposit = £1799.64 Cos… Read more
LGEARING

So its 4k per year and all you've to do is put petrol in. Seems logical for some but bot for me. My Kadjar is 4k for 2 years lease another £700 for own Insurance, £100 own service and that's it so £4800.

markymark34

Wow. This is one of the rare occasions where someone can say 'do you own it at the end of the lease period?' and the answer really should be yes!

delfinostar

Finally I found the worst lease deal ever been posted!!! Congrats bro

Evo141n

(lol) (lol) (lol)

fossman

I've bought three french cars from new, two of them (Renault Clio and Citroen C2) developed numerous faults after two years and resulted in me having to part exchange them and the third (Citroen C1) was built by Toyota so was fine.

Vauxhall Corsa 1.2 Sri 24 month lease Deposit £875.88 Admin Fee £198.00 Monthly Cost £145.98 Milage 5k Total cost £4431.42 @ NVC
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
£145.98 per month, plus £875.88 up front, plus £198 fee. Good enough car, will take you to places after lockdown. 5k miles per year, will need 1 service. Has to be close to the equ… Read more
cheeky_chops

I couldn't belive a corsa is £20k!!!

1matt1

Auto Trader doesn’t get it right all the time. This looks expensive with that upfront payment and only 5k p/a miles.

cheeky_chops

Don't know why cold, auto trader shows similar (new model) delivery mileage cars on pcp as over £300pm

Mercedes A250e AMG Auto 3+23 Lease 5000 mileage £239.94pm + Fees - £6436.44 Total @ NationwideVehicleContracts -
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Posted 6th AprPosted 6th Apr
Got an email saying this is a limited time offer for the new A Class PHEV Seems pretty good to me - price based on 5000 mileage Monthly: £239.94 a month Processing fee: £19… Read more
mon_o

Insurance for me for this car is just over £6,000 (annoyed) (annoyed)

Spitroast2006

Now now. No need to be bitter. Difficult to get tissue in these hard times for those crying eyes of yours ;(

Spitroast2006

But still managed more likes than yours (highfive)

winty1

Japanese cars are far more reliable than German cars for sure, everyone knows this. Lots of people choose the supposedly prestigious badge over anything else. Pathetic status thing

coolio28

If you’re looking for reliability, I don’t get how people over look Japanese cars, perhaps one of the best car making country. Those cars are built to last with little maintenance costs.

Mercedes A200 AUTO Premium - Metalic Grey - Adavance nav - aluminium trim total cost £12,383.16 at Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
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Posted 10th FebPosted 10th Feb
Mercedes A200 AUTO Premium - Metalic Grey - Adavance nav - aluminium trim total cost £12,383.16 at Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
£12,383.16
36+3 + £198 initial rental Retail price £32,000 36 months 8k miles a year. Total cost £12,383.16 Main Dealer £385 a month on PCP with £3,000 down so this is a good deal. Like fo… Read more
jonas.ali

This isn’t a great deal- I’ve got an A250 premium plus (inc. metallic paint) for around £10.5k over 3 years from a deal posted last year on here.

chridt

It’s better than the last white they did,Cirrus white which was an off white similar to a white shirt that’s been washed too many times Lol

heresthedeal

i got the a class saloon 2 weeks ago,its a dream to drive!i hear the a200 is not much different to the a180 i have,its entry level but i was a nervous driver and this car is nice size to handle

EzDeal18

Arctic White :D

groenleader

Image is really important to buyers in the UK and that doesn't mean that the car has to be premium but it has to be identifiable with. The "A" and "B" branded cars have a reputation for being Renaults Meganes, which isn't quite true, but they are not really Mercedes Benz either. Renault - Nissan offer the wholesale cars that can be tweaked to a buyers, (in this case Daimler) needs and desires. These cars are then placed in crates and assembled on a production line by a company called MBAUTOS (for the EU), a wholly owned company of Daimler. They get the Merc. infotainment package. That along with the bad press over the special "learner car" versions, they all tend to ride softly (no popular in the UK), separate sales locations in foreign markets where the A and B are subbrands etc. Just soured the public option of the A and B class.

Peugeot 308 1.2 PureTech 130 GT Line 24 month Lease PCH £4,907.24 @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
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Posted 14th JanPosted 14th Jan
Peugeot 308 1.2 PureTech 130 GT Line 24 month Lease PCH £4,907.24 @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
£4,907.24
24 month Personal Contract Hire. Includes Metallic Paint 8k miles/year £190.74 x (3 + 23) £198 admin Fee £250 cashback offer Amort figure is £204.5/month Works out as 20% of the … Read more
wiz1

not sure what your rambling on about still a dreadful car

Mark_Hickman

He's probably driven a non turbo 82bhp model and doesn't know theres a difference, either that or hes about 17 and thinks you have to have over 200bhp for it to be good (lol) Until last year i used to deliver like for like hire cars for direct line, Hastings etc.. I've driven everything from a Chevrolet Matiz to a Porsche 911 turbo, Audi R8 etc.. for over 13 years daily. When i drove the pure tech 130 in a citroen c3 i thought it was great fun, keep the revs high and if you've got some skill you can keep up with 150bhp diesel's, the guy doesn't know what hes talking about 😴

PankoBreadCrum1

I would

Dwh8611

It’s not so much that you Need a new car, for me it’s more the peace of mind warranty that comes with a new car and knowing the monthly cost is set. It’s also quite nice having the latest tech/safety/improved performance etc the latest models give you. Technology moves so quickly a 5/6 year old car won’t even have carplay/android auto! (horror)

tom.josephs

Why would you need new car if only doing 8-10k miles pa? £100 breakdown cover should be insurance you get home safe. An average mileage 5/6 year old car with good service history would be more than capable of 8-10k pa.

BMW 520d M sport Auto - incl metallic paint 48 months, 12,500 mpa, Total cost £19003.15 @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
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Posted 7th JanPosted 7th Jan
BMW 520d M sport Auto - incl metallic paint 48 months, 12,500 mpa, Total cost £19003.15 @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
£19,003.15
Processing fee of £200 initail rental £2030.58 48 momths 12,500 miles a year. free privacy glass.
pgilc1

Particularly bad deal IMHO. You'd be running the fourth year out of warranty which is always a bad idea. Too long for a lease and too much money. Seems very close to actually owning one in terms of cost. Granted this is a 2019 one, but this on a cheap loan over 4 years would be a much more compelling proposition https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201911074119614?body-type=Saloon&postcode=bt622hb&fuel-type=Diesel&model=5%20SERIES&sort=price-asc&aggregatedTrim=M%20Sport&make=BMW&advertising-location=at_cars&onesearchad=Used&onesearchad=Nearly%20New&onesearchad=New&year-from=2019&radius=1500&page=1

pgilc1

What has someone getting or not getting a new car got to do with world events?

Pointlessusername

(poo) (poo)

exel1966

Crap deal, just like the other leasing deals you've posted. TOP TIP, Have a look around at the other deals on this site to give you an idea of what makes a good PCH deal.

Freddo_V_

hey, nobody mentioned "never develop problems" until you did! ;)

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Mercedes-Benz A Class Hatchback A200 AMG Line Auto *Incl. Metallic Paint* Car Leasing - Term £8200.80 @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
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Posted 10th Dec 2019Posted 10th Dec 2019
Mercedes-Benz A Class Hatchback A200 AMG Line Auto *Incl. Metallic Paint* Car Leasing - Term £8200.80 @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
£8,200.80
A200 AMG Line Auto *Incl. Metallic Paint* LEASE Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl VAT Initial Rental £1,600.56 Incl VAT 24 months @ £266.76 Optional maintance package of £32.28 - £7.20… Read more
hellokitty321

Arnold Clark, took ages to be made but well worth the wait. Was an offer at the time but look on what car leasing thats how I found best deal!

Bobby_Cobb

Can you tell me who this was with please ?

hellokitty321

Was with Arnold Clark, I went through What car Leasing website to find the best deal

badabling

Which company?

COUPONKEV

I use what car leasing and then once I find a car that suits my requirements/budget ask for a quote for the mileage you need from a few of the lease brokers listed and then negotiate the price. Most wont haggle, some may offer you a better price without even trying. I have used Richmond Leasing and also Holdcroft Fleet and Leasing, both have been genuine and professional. Some lease firms advertise low rates then tell you the deal has finished, trying to suck you into a higher price (walk away). Some will ask you for mountains of paperwork and fail to provide the finance. Some will take it through to finance then tell you they underquoted, hoping you will proceed at a higher price fearful of the impact on your credit rating. Again walk away. Do your research on the lease firm before you proceed. Many are small firms with no capital behind them, they often won’t have access to the right finance providers. In my experience it’s best to deal with the large lease brokers who arrange the finance directly through vehicle manufacturers own finance house.

Citroen C5 Aircross 1.2 PureTech 24m - £166.70 per month (£5,032.30) @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
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Posted 4th Dec 2019Posted 4th Dec 2019
Citroen C5 Aircross 1.2 PureTech 24m - £166.70 per month (£5,032.30) @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
£5,032.30
Incl. Metallic Paint* Order summary Lease Type: Personal Contract Hire Initial Rental: £1,000.20 (incl. VAT) Contract Length: 24 Months Annual Mileage: 5,000 Maintenance: No Colo… Read more
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ritz123

i went for the 1.8 Auto flair plus (top spec) model over 2 years 24 months 8k miles pa monthly fee £236.07 upfront £708.21 processing fee £99 total £6236.82

mark745

Voted Hot. This is the cheapest lease deal I have seen for a car which fits 3 children's car seats in the back. There are less and less to choose from following discontinuation of Kia Carens and Vauxhall Zafira.

rborhara

im waiting for the Peageot 3008 1.2L GT line premium £257.00 a month 18 month lease (15k miles a year) no rental or deposit to appear for a 3rd time. i dodnt see anything else come close that

smellybum78

Karoq deal on leasing.com 24month 8000 miles auto, total price just short of £6000

skimpy

I'm looking for something similar but really need it to be an auto. Since the Kodiaq deal just under £7k over 2 yrs a few weeks back I've seen nothing.

Abarth 595C Convertible Car 1.4 T-Jet 145 70th Anniversary 24 month lease £5,001.24 Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
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Abarth 595C Convertible Car 1.4 T-Jet 145 70th Anniversary 24 month lease £5,001.24 Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
£5,001.24
PCH deal £554.22 upfront then £184.74 per month (3+23) @ 5kmpa + £198 fee = £5,001.24. Love the Abarths and the convertible version seems to be cheaper than the hatchback at the mo… Read more
kumpis23

No.

johnszi23

Is it comes with working indicators??

steggi

If only this was the new esseesse 🤤

m5rcc

I did - there's a hyperlink in my comment...

mailmikey

You ought to post it (y)

Nissan Qashqai 1.3 DIG-T 160 Acenta Premium Auto DCT - 2 Year Lease - 23 x £204pm. £1,226 up front. (£6124 total) @ nationwide vehicle
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Posted 9th Oct 2019Posted 9th Oct 2019
Nissan Qashqai 1.3 DIG-T 160 Acenta Premium Auto DCT - 2 Year Lease - 23 x £204pm. £1,226 up front. (£6124 total) @ nationwide vehicle
£6,124.44
So i've been on the lookout for a Qashqai for the wife for a couple of months now and this deal came up. I've already ordered one and should be with me by the end of the month so n… Read more
zxbasd

Nice,how much you paid for pleas

fizzbitt

Well it's arrived and we're chuffed. (y) 🏽

fizzbitt

Yeah the issue we had is that it had to be an automatic which there are fewer deals to choose from. I know this is the cheapest deal out there for a auto qashqai and also have a friend who's a sales lead at Nissan. He said even with their staff discount they can't even get anywhere near to this figure for the same car. Maybe there will be better deals out there later on but this is a brand new DCT they are using for the first time in the qashqai and as such not many out there.

shamen72

I'm looking for a new lease car. Wife already has Qashqai, thus having one another one would just make it easier to share driving. This looks like a good deal, however the total spend over 2 years seems bit higher than estimated depreciation as per the money calculator depreciation guide. https://www.themoneycalculator.com/vehicle-finance/calculators/car-depreciation-by-make-and-model/NISSAN/QASHQAI/. Use initial value of £25,480, and 2 years of depreciation with average of 8k usage per year comes to £5,322 (20.9 percent) of depreciation (Final vehicle value = £20,158). Read on another deal, the base calculation to use is (total spend over term) / value of car x 100. In this case it is comes to 24%. For lease deals anything below 20% is considered good, under 15% is excellent.

phoni

Thanks, didn't know that. Even better.

Electric Hyundai Ioniq lease 1+23 £262.43 plus £198 processing fee. Total £6496.32 over 2 years @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
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Posted 24th Sep 2019Posted 24th Sep 2019
Electric Hyundai Ioniq lease 1+23 £262.43 plus £198 processing fee. Total £6496.32 over 2 years @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
£6,496
Hyundai Ioniq 100kw 38kWh lease 10000miles. 1+23 £262.43 plus £198 processing fee. Total £6496.32 over 2 years list price is £32950. 20% or there abouts Range of 184miles. 2 free p… Read more
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Johnny_5

Do people have dated for delivery yet? I had the 16th of Jan but it was 'updated' and now I have no date!

qwertychris

I do a 72 mile round trip and did it for 4 years in a leaf. Went back in April. Commute moves up to 82 miles a day from next Feb. Looking at this deal now and 20k miles a year averages out at 350 a month. Which I think is okay. Spending 240 on fuel right now. Other option was for me to buy the MG Zs EV. Put 7.5k down and finance the balance at 360 a month for 4 years. Got a test drive in it on Saturday.

gavinbillington

Yep fully electric and i am never going back :)

dparr59

Petition UK only : interest free loan to purchase a full electric vehicle costing up to £35,000 Scotland already has this offer. petition.parliament.uk/petitions/274931

iKilledMufasaaaaa_.

Nice one

Mercedes-Benz E Class Saloon E200 AMG Line 9G-Tronic lease 6/23m lease - 8k mileage / yr - £8836 @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
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Posted 1st Jul 2019Posted 1st Jul 2019
Mercedes-Benz E Class Saloon E200 AMG Line 9G-Tronic lease 6/23m lease - 8k mileage / yr - £8836 @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
£8,838
24m lease at £297.96/m with 6m up front and £198 processing fee. List price of £39,505 which breaks back to 22.4% cost over the 2 years. Mileage of 8k/yr.
trojanh

Yeah good points. I'll be financing over 7 years. There's a few banks that do 3.0%, AA, Tesco, Clydesdale. I have a Virgin card so will likely go with Clydesdale as they are becoming Virgin too. I am trying to find the E Class Coupes with the HUD, 12.3" screen (Comand Online) but Auto Trader sucks at searching for them, even specifiying it brings up all the other crap first. Do you know what the best way is to search for them? I found one so far - rang up the seller, listed at 31K sold for 29K. Do you have any tips for finding them? Do you know how much a 17 plate is realistically gonna be worth in 5 years? Say with 80K total miles. Could I get 10K for it?

MrKrabs

Yeah, I do love mine, although wife drives it mostly, a friend at work has an IS and raves about it which is partly why we looked at one. I just like Toyota build quality. My main daily driver is a 19 year old MR2 roadster worth about 50 pence. Had it 15 years but other than having the brake discs replaced last year and an oxygen sensor it has never gone wrong in that time. Done just over 70k miles now. Having one cheapo car means we can spend a bit more on the other.

fishmaster

Apparently the Lexus NX is the most reliable car that currently exists on the road. I should get one really but I'm tight so have a 6 year old Golf. I've been looking for cars recently as I do 35 miles a day commute. My Golf has cost me nearly £2000 in the last year, tyres, brakes, cam belt, turbo actuator arm fault etc. The best toy I have on my golf is adaptive cruise control, apart from that it has none of the stuff modern cars do, such as cameras, lane guidance, blind spot/cross traffic monitoring, traffic sign or GPS speed limiting. I looked at Ford Focus which has this stuff but apparently the electrics are breaking on them. A friend of mine has had 3 Lexus and loves them. He's banned permanently from driving for medical reasons and likes to tell me how much he misses his massive Lexus cars.

djh1975

42mpg. (lol)

mughalprince

Offer has expired as now showing £342

Seat Arona lease 36 months 10K miles £168 a month with 9 month advance rental (Term - £7,613.32) @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Posted 13th Jun 2019Posted 13th Jun 2019
Seat Arona lease 36 months 10K miles £168 a month with 9 month advance rental (Term - £7,613.32) @ National Vehicle Solutions
£7,613.32
miles - 10k Processing fee - £199
avinine86

Hi, did you buy it on 24 month lease or 36? If so, how much did you pay for it?

ct7

Decent deal this, voted hot. Car isn’t my cup of tea, but it’s reassuring to see an emergence of lease deals again these past few weeks

cbflazaro1

In 99% OF cases you're better off buying the car and then selling it whenever you want. No mileage limits, fees to fix the scratch someone made on your door, etc.

Wildman

Agree. Also “9 month advance rental” implies that you’re just paying 9 months of your lease term in advance, when in reality it’s an initial additional payment.

porky232

Same sort of price I'm looking to pay for my next car....you can get a 2016 swift sport for that :D :D :D :D

Octavia 2.0 TSI 245 vRS Challenge - 36 Month lease, 12,500 miles P/A, 3 months upfront - £293.53 per month - total £11,352.14
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Posted 11th Jun 2019Posted 11th Jun 2019
Octavia 2.0 TSI 245 vRS Challenge - 36 Month lease, 12,500 miles P/A, 3 months upfront - £293.53 per month - total £11,352.14
£11,352.14
I think this is a great deal, with a generous mileage allowance - The vRS challenge has lots of extra goodies over the standard vRS. £293.53 PERSONAL PRICE PER MONTH INCL VAT Proc… Read more
jop85

I do! (lol)

KingBurger

Why is it so many people feel the need to commentate on what others are thinking or try to stereotype them? I don't get it. It's like the obsession they have with believing that people with nice things are doing so purely to try and impress their neighbours. I guess feelings of inadequacy must manifest in many ways. Still, at least that account is being deleted.

MICK.D

Hmm.. It appears to have gone up in price - I'll expire the deal...

stevenprior1

Sorry thought you owned your 230 vrs lol. The LSD handles 300hp well

jop85

<3 but it’s a lease! And still just FWD ;(

SEAT Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra 5Dr DSG - 24m lease - 8k miles- £773.82 + £257.94pm + £198 admin (£6904.44 total) @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
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Posted 3rd May 2019Posted 3rd May 2019
SEAT Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra 5Dr DSG - 24m lease - 8k miles- £773.82 + £257.94pm + £198 admin (£6904.44 total) @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
£6,904.44
3+23 lease term with £198 admin fee The monthly price remains the same if you take this deal out over a 3 year term. 10k miles works out at £7320.44 Choice of grey, black or bl… Read more
t7mmu

How is them wanting to give you new tyres a bad thing? (confused)

Laurie_Ballard

Running down to the legal limit seems risky to me, it would only take a grumpy plod to say his device shows 1.5mm and you could end up with points and a fine. I check mine regularly and tend to change at about 2mm, that way it’s not close enough to risk being less than the limit and I also haven’t lost 1mm of tread unnecessarily.

Bobbajob

I misunderstood. I thought you said that you didn't want to change tyres at 1.6mm but they did. Makes sense now.

hartdave

It is but you could never time it to replace tyres at exactly 1.6mm plus aa recommended 3mm. Seems to me they want the monthly payment but try to get out of paying. I could have swapped tyres front to back and made them last so save all the hassle.

Bobbajob

The UK legal minimum tread depth is 1.6mm

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 1.5 3 - £202.36 / month, 6 initial rental (£1214.16) 3 years 8kmpa £198 processing fee £8494.76 NVC
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Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 1.5 3 - £202.36 / month, 6 initial rental (£1214.16) 3 years 8kmpa £198 processing fee £8494.76 NVC
£202.36£254.9921%
Decent small SUV with a fair bit of tech - heated seats are tempting for winter! Parking sensors and camera handy too! When I was looking at the spec on this site apparently it al… Read more
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efc_4ever

Thanks mate

Teddy_Foster

from a quick search it looks like leasing options is the best (from Select Car Leasing, Nationwide Vehicle Contracts, Leasing Options and Leasecar), but take a look at leasing.com as sometimes you can find really good deals there

efc_4ever

Can anybody tell me who's best deal for Renault Mégane RS

Smartguy1

Anyone who is interested in this car i suggest you go and test drive one first before you commit to a deal. The clutch on this is awful. There are two options when setting off....Grand Prix start or stall. Inhad one as a courtesy car for a day and was warned about the clutch by the mitsubishi dealer. It's a common trait and not just on the particular car I drove. For people who like to race off from a start you won't have a problem. Remember sometimes you need to set off slow like traffic, parking. It's a really poor design by Mitsubishi and needs an anti stall feature. What is quite a nice car to drive is seriously let down by the clutch and body roll is quite bad compared to my Kuga. Wouldn't buy one unless it was automatic.

IndyS

Had this as a rental car through work, not bad pickup for a 1.5 and a good ride. Handling is average at best, the speedo you refer to is actually the heads up display, there is one in the binnacle. The HUD is actually laughable it should appear on the front screen. Rear window is a pain but the design looks neat.

Lease - Seat Arona 1.0 TSI SE Tech, 3 years, 8000 miles PCH, Total Cost £6488.63 @ NVC
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Lease - Seat Arona 1.0 TSI SE Tech, 3 years, 8000 miles PCH, Total Cost £6488.63 @ NVC
Got to credit the Seat Leon deal posted earlier this week for finding this at Nationwide Vehicle Contracts. 6+35 Car Lease Deal Initial Rental £920.58 Fee £198.00 35 monthly payme… Read more
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lisaenglish71

We bought a 2014 Ford Focus from main Ford dealer thinking that and less than two years later it needs a new engine. Serviced regularly by Ford with average mileage and the warranty company are still arguing about paying out. When it’s fixed it will be sold and we will be leasing. You can’t get a brand new, decent spec car for this sort of monthly payment unless you lease and you have peace of mind that it goes straight back if anything goes wrong.

ChutneyFerret

Doubt it - would say about break even, but longer term ownership you'd be worse off.

tom060880

Ok so if that’s the case my full outlay for the 2 years was £4900 so I’m still quids in leasing! (y)

ChutneyFerret

Nobody pays book price - especially for a kia! Would be surprised if you'd have had to pay more than 20k new for that.

tom060880

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....

Seat Leon Hatchback 1.5 TSI EVO FR EZ Car Lease Non Maintenance total = £5,313.24  Maintenance total = £5,593.64  @ NVC
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Posted 10th Jan 2019Posted 10th Jan 2019
Seat Leon Hatchback 1.5 TSI EVO FR EZ Car Lease Non Maintenance total = £5,313.24 Maintenance total = £5,593.64 @ NVC
£5,593.64
Non maintained Initial Rental:£590.22 (incl. VAT) Processing Fee:£198.00 (incl. VAT) Monthly cost:£196.74 Contract Length:24 Months Maintained inc tyres (this looks excellent valu… Read more
Arutha

Can anyone help me - is this a good deal too? https://www.selectcarleasing.co.uk/car-leasing/seat/leon/hatchback/15_tsi_evo_se_dynamic_[ez]_5dr/24/5000/9/87981-2511-2019.html Considering a lease for the first time but a bit overwhelmed! Thanks for any help.

robot1000

Probably depends on the lease provider

frankdobermann1

I was told by VVFS the light on my yeti lease will come on one month before the service is actually due .....then it’s my responsibility to hand it back serviced no matter how I argue it’s not really due the service till after it’s due back!

ciaran2506

On the tyre subject, I needed new tyres, brake discs and pads all round after 12k on my Insignia I used to have on lease. Had maintenance plan and got them done under that But I was 19 at the time and drove around like an absolute tw*t until you realise it's not big and clever and gets you nowhere.

jhsmith87

I got over 20k miles out of my front tyres on my Leon FR 1.4 150. I’ve had ContiSport Contacts come with both my Leon & Corsa, the Corsa wore them down quicker but that was partly due to it being a 1.7cdti with no traction control. Personally I didn’t opt for maintenance when I ordered my extra Leon from NVC as the tyres will last & will aim to just do a cheap service (garage doesn’t have to be a main dealer, just use OEM parts). Also 12ppm isn’t the actual figure in your contract. First 15% over are 7ppm & the rest are 14 from memory. So as long as you don’t do more then 10,000 it’s cheaper to pay the extra ppm rather than opting for 10k miles.

Seat Leon Sport Tourer 1.5 TSI EVO FR EZ Lease Total Term - £5469.36 @ nationwidevehiclecontracts
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Posted 3rd Jan 2019Posted 3rd Jan 2019
Seat Leon Sport Tourer 1.5 TSI EVO FR EZ Lease Total Term - £5469.36 @ nationwidevehiclecontracts
£5,469.36
24 month 8k mileage (9 + 23) Works out at £226.50 In blue and grey atm. Thought this was decent - good trim level and in stock apparently Just a shame its a manual so not for me… Read more
jhsmith87

Follow up. So I do a 20mile commute daily in it & I have to say it’s a tad disappointing compared to my other Leon. The new tech is awesome, a massive step up. CarPlay/safety features & the interior trim are a step up. However the engine/tyres are not. Understeer/oversteer on roundabouts/tight bends mean you have to put the power down gently. It’s skittish over broken roads. My other Leon came with the Continental ContiSport Contact 5’s whereas the new Leon comes with Hankook’s. As for the engine it appears dieslegate/WLTP has transformed it from a potent warm hatch to a asthmatic teenager. You no longer can pull away in 2nd when rolling at a junction & instead have to use 1st, which is like a kangarooo. I’ve had a few brown trouser moments pulling out at junctions. Overall it’s still a great car but if you have driver the pre facelift Leon you will feel a bit let down.

jhsmith87

Just as Gambler mentioned I would’ve preferred the 150 version, which is very similar to my 1.4 150. However I assume it’s the same engine, just in a lower state of tune, so it won’t make a massive difference. I switched back from diesel after getting too many DPF issues due to my wife doing lots of town driving. Personally I love the blend of performance & economy.

Gambler

Mine arrived in December. This model is only 130bhp and I am missing the power on tap I had with Golf GTD estate. I would have preferred the 150 engine but not the increase in monthlies. Economic is the same, low forties., Nice motor though. Just be careful with the hefty additional mileage charges if you plan on covering more than 8k.

Johnny_5

Have you test driven it? What's the 1.5 like in the bigger size?

jhsmith87

Ironically I signed up for this exact car with them on Monday. Due to be delivered to the dealer on the 14th. I bought a Leon FR 1.4 150 in 2015 so this will complement that nicely.

Peugeot 2008 Crossover £160 per month, 20,000 m/yr, 12 + 48 months - £8729.40 @ National vehicle contracts - more in op
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Posted 25th Nov 2018Posted 25th Nov 2018
Peugeot 2008 Crossover £160 per month, 20,000 m/yr, 12 + 48 months - £8729.40 @ National vehicle contracts - more in op
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Peugeot 2008 Crossover or Citroen C3 Hatchback or Renault Clio for approx £160 per month, 20,000 Miles per year, 12 months initial rental + 48 months personal contract Read more
Blandford33

The maths doesn't seem to add up. What is the total over for years?

donny1266

Rancid looking vehicle.

kaczor_ca

12 plus 48 means 12 is deposit.

philipsmithy2

£2k deposit as well, not mentioned in the title. Cold from me