New Kia Sportage Lease £183 initial payment and £183 per month, 10,000 miles per year (2 years) Total 4392 @ Yes Lease
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New Kia Sportage Lease £183 initial payment and £183 per month, 10,000 miles per year (2 years) Total 4392 @ Yes Lease

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Found 4th Jun 2016
New Kia Sportage on personal lease £183 initial payment and £183 per month, 10,000miles per year and includes road tax!!

Can't be bad to that price

Plus £358 processing fee. Total £4,750.
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Lot of car for the money, have a car from yeslease currently and they've been great so far.
Great deal very tempted
Lower spec model not as picture
Edited by: "gonzo02" 4th Jun 2016
£358 processing fee needs to be included, I'm not sure if there's anymore hidden fees
£173 if you only need 8000 miles.
For the extra cash I'd take the 2000 extra just incase
Need to look at the pictures of the blue car to see what you'll be getting

Think it's one like this
autotrader.co.uk/cla…782
alloys are yuk on this!
That is a wonderful deal

alloys are yuk on this!


Well stop licking them then.
Silly cheap!
I'm after a new lease - this is a bit above my budget but it's too good a deal to pass on.
Cheers OP!

Need to look at the pictures of the blue car to see what you'll be … Need to look at the pictures of the blue car to see what you'll be gettingThink it's one like thishttp://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201604152986782


That's the old model. The new one has a face only a mother could love.

For those who take up this deal please park nose in, no one likes an ugly world.

That's the old model. The new one has a face only a mother could love.For … That's the old model. The new one has a face only a mother could love.For those who take up this deal please park nose in, no one likes an ugly world.



My wife obviously does
The website shows pictures for both the old model (in blue) and the new one (in red), it's probably worth double checking which one you'll get.

I prefer the new one but the front is an acquired taste.

£358 processing fee needs to be included, I'm not sure if there's anymore … £358 processing fee needs to be included, I'm not sure if there's anymore hidden fees


£4,768 in total. Still, under £200 a month is pretty good.
I don't even like the sportarge but at this price even I'm tempted! Great price.
if you go for one, get the diesel, I have the 1.6 petrol (gt line) and its thirsty, but the vehicle itself is spot on, I would highly recommend the build and ride quality
The Gt Line is is the 1.6 petrol 174bhp AWD is yes it will use more fuel. The advert is for a 1.6 petrol 140Bhp 1 spec billy bog all. Get a deal and call a dealer ask if they will match it? I match internet deals all day, if I cannot I'll let you know?
I was just looking at my uber account and I average £1.60 per mile. Based on that you could do 2745 miles for the price of this without the hassle of owning a car.
I like the back, but the front looks like a failed Cayenne. And tbh the Cayenne was never the best looking 4x4.
I'm on my second Sportarge now and I think they are brilliant!
geeadamg

I was just looking at my uber account and I average £1.60 per mile. Based … I was just looking at my uber account and I average £1.60 per mile. Based on that you could do 2745 miles for the price of this without the hassle of owning a car.



And this deal gives your 20000 miles so your point is...
Would be all over this if it were an auto! Who specs a big car like this as a manual?
cartzuk

And this deal gives your 20000 miles so your point is...



Actually it doesn't, you would still need to pay for the fuel, maintenance and parking costs for that 20,000 miles.

Interesting Uber comment. I didn't know it gives you your average mileage cost. How many of us know that for our private cars? I only know the fuel costs me about 11 pence a mile. Just need to add in insurance, maintenance, MOT, road tax, parking etc. No doubt we probably do unnecessary mileage with a private car. Something you wouldn't with a taxi/public transport.

I was just looking at my uber account and I average £1.60 per mile. Based … I was just looking at my uber account and I average £1.60 per mile. Based on that you could do 2745 miles for the price of this without the hassle of owning a car.


I was just looking at my dominos account, and with the average price of an order I could get 823 pizzas. I'll stick with lots of pie, the only wheels I'll need to polish off will come in a box. *Sarcasm*

Edited by: "umirza85" 4th Jun 2016
oddballjamie

That's the old model. The new one has a face only a mother could love.For … That's the old model. The new one has a face only a mother could love.For those who take up this deal please park nose in, no one likes an ugly world.



I actually prefer how this model looks. I'd discounted getting the old one because it was ugly. If I hadn't just bought a second hand Audi A5, I'd have been interested in one of those to transport the little boy.
if i didnt have my passat alltrack estate lease i got off hotdeals id be intrested in this
The wife has the old model. Bit disappointed on the mpg, passenger seat not height adjustable, DAB radio a bit iffy, apart from that, great bit of kit and recommended.

Would be all over this if it were an auto! Who specs a big car like this … Would be all over this if it were an auto! Who specs a big car like this as a manual?



People who know how to drive a car?

Need to look at the pictures of the blue car to see what you'll be … Need to look at the pictures of the blue car to see what you'll be gettingThink it's one like thishttp://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201604152986782


Do you even drive? You are getting this one!

http://www.kia.co.uk/~/media/general%20site%20images/dms%20blocks/modellanding/gallery/full/sportage/landingpage_sportage_desktop_lightbox-3.ashx

Do you even drive? You are getting this one!


Try again. That's the GT Line.

Would be all over this if it were an auto! Who specs a big car like this … Would be all over this if it were an auto! Who specs a big car like this as a manual?



It's not a big car - it's C segment (albeit 'C-SUV') it's actually a similar size to a Golf/Astra/Focus (taller, of course).

This car has a list price of £18,000, auto's start around £25,000.

That's the old model. The new one has a face only a mother could love.For … That's the old model. The new one has a face only a mother could love.For those who take up this deal please park nose in, no one likes an ugly world.



It's massively outselling the previous model (by more than 2x) and most models are on a 3-4 month waiting list. Have you looked at one in the flesh? Photos don't do it justice in my opinion/experience.
The Sportage '1' looks a bit like this, tiny wheels unfortunately;

http://www.piccadillymotors.co.uk/Kia/img/new-cars/sportage-2016.jpg
not a bad deal however if it's the "1" then the spec is pretty although high compared to other low spec cars if that makes sense? we're picking our "GT Line" up on Monday but I've gone for 8000 miles on a PCP and I'm paying quite a bit more than this!
spec is pretty low sorry
ohhhh and trust me they look far better in the flesh.....but I know what ur saying about the front.....it's a bit like marmite........however I love it hence were getting one
bigbak

I actually prefer how this model looks. I'd discounted getting the old … I actually prefer how this model looks. I'd discounted getting the old one because it was ugly. If I hadn't just bought a second hand Audi A5, I'd have been interested in one of those to transport the little boy.



Second hand? Ew...

Would be all over this if it were an auto! Who specs a big car like this … Would be all over this if it were an auto! Who specs a big car like this as a manual?



Who on earth drives an auto?!
pb853

if you go for one, get the diesel, I have the 1.6 petrol (gt line) and … if you go for one, get the diesel, I have the 1.6 petrol (gt line) and its thirsty, but the vehicle itself is spot on, I would highly recommend the build and ride quality



Or if you have to lease a Kia go for the Soul EV as for most people it will be fine with the 120 mile electric range. Saves a fortune on fuel and no more visiting petrol stations as you just charge it over night.
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