New Ford Fiesta personal hire £114.90 per month + £3000 deposit - Term £8598.30 over 4 years @ Evans Halshaw
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New Ford Fiesta personal hire £114.90 per month + £3000 deposit - Term £8598.30 over 4 years @ Evans Halshaw

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Found 24th Aug 2017
Found this new Ford Fiesta low monthly payments lease deal. New plate in September also
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    4 year pch = No warranty in year 4 and an MOT to sort
    Ford = Better going to motorpoint and picking up a 6-12 mth old Fiesta, Focus, Mondeo and save yourself around 35% on new price. I.e 8 mth old focus zetec s diesel 1.5 for £12k, around £20k new.
    Decent loan spread the cost over 4 years and you have something at the end and no milage restrictions, PCH has its place and I'm a big fan but this deal is poor.
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    It's not a deposit from what I can see, they won't be returning you the sum at the end of the contract...
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    £8598.30 to lease a car worth around £13k surely this is a joke?
    Wow. I thought Hot meant something els
    OrribleHarry24th Aug 2017

    £8598.30 to lease a car worth around £13k surely this is a joke?



    Now "leasing" is in the public mind, the cons are really on at dealers etc.

    People who don't understand signing up for 3+ year deals, bad prices etc. people who don't negotiate "b/c its a lease".
    Winter is coming OP brace yourself
    The 4 year lease also concerns me, after the 3rd year its out of warranty and thats when you can be hit with extra bills. I would stick to 3 years or less
    Rossingul39 m ago

    It's not a deposit from what I can see, they won't be returning you the …It's not a deposit from what I can see, they won't be returning you the sum at the end of the contract...


    It's always referred to as a deposit when leasing a car.

    This is an awful deal for people who don't shop around. Infact, the vast majority of lease deals are awful. The trick is finding the good ones.
    4 year pch = No warranty in year 4 and an MOT to sort
    Ford = Better going to motorpoint and picking up a 6-12 mth old Fiesta, Focus, Mondeo and save yourself around 35% on new price. I.e 8 mth old focus zetec s diesel 1.5 for £12k, around £20k new.
    Decent loan spread the cost over 4 years and you have something at the end and no milage restrictions, PCH has its place and I'm a big fan but this deal is poor.
    Not a great deal.

    I would never recommend such a high initial rental. What if your car gets stolen on month 2? You won't get that initial rental back.
    Edited by: "iambigred" 24th Aug 2017
    Another awful Evans Halshaw deal from OP...
    iambigred23 m ago

    Not a great deal.I would never recommend such a high initial rental. What …Not a great deal.I would never recommend such a high initial rental. What if your car gets stolen on month 2? You won't get that initial rental back.


    That's irrelevant and what GAP insurance covers.

    When looking at a lease deal you should look at the total cost over the term (i.e. deposit + monthly payments) divided by the number of months to get a true picture of the cost.
    Terrible deal
    pavel7656 m ago

    Another awful Evans Halshaw deal from OP...


    If I post a good Vospers deal it is instantly removed and Im threatened with being banned...
    Mada061 h, 27 m ago

    It's always referred to as a deposit when leasing a car.This is an awful …It's always referred to as a deposit when leasing a car.This is an awful deal for people who don't shop around. Infact, the vast majority of lease deals are awful. The trick is finding the good ones.


    Incorrect. Lease = Initial Rental
    PCP = Deposit

    Neither do you get the money back. But PCP you are putting money upfront towards an asset you are paying towards owning hence deposit, like a house.
    Yes but the smart young lady from Ashes to Ashes did the ad and she's "sassy" and everything.... Be like Keely and drive a Fiesta gals. Arf..
    tonymcg24th Aug

    The 4 year lease also concerns me, after the 3rd year its out of warranty …The 4 year lease also concerns me, after the 3rd year its out of warranty and thats when you can be hit with extra bills. I would stick to 3 years or less


    TBH, I don't see the point of leasing unless it is 2yrs - the whole is the feeling of a continuously new car with none of the worries involved. Whilst MoT doesn't kick in until 3yrs and warranty will last that long, it loses its appeal against either buying new or buying used at 3+yrs (esp as 3rd year depreciation is much less), and the monthly cost is rarely much better.
    Stay away from posting lease deals Emma - I would have you had got the drift from your previous MB deal.
    For the lease price u can actually buy one Lol exggerating a bit but u know what i mean
    Mada0624th Aug

    That's irrelevant and what GAP insurance covers.When looking at a lease …That's irrelevant and what GAP insurance covers.When looking at a lease deal you should look at the total cost over the term (i.e. deposit + monthly payments) divided by the number of months to get a true picture of the cost.



    You are incorrect with regards to GAP insurance.

    GAP Insurance only covers the difference between what your insurer will pay out in the event of theft/write-off and what the finance company expects back. It does not refund you any rental payments.
    iambigred11 m ago

    You are incorrect with regards to GAP insurance.GAP Insurance only covers …You are incorrect with regards to GAP insurance.GAP Insurance only covers the difference between what your insurer will pay out in the event of theft/write-off and what the finance company expects back. It does not refund you any rental payments.


    Correct - It saves you from having to pay the shortfall between what the insurer covers and what is owed.
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