New Model Evoque 2.0 D150 2wd Manual @ Hippo Leasing - £4,260 Deposit / £239.99 x 59 Months = Total Cost: £18,419.41
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New Model Evoque 2.0 D150 2wd Manual @ Hippo Leasing - £4,260 Deposit / £239.99 x 59 Months = Total Cost: £18,419.41

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Posted 24th Sep
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Sign your life away!.........
5 years?????
60 months
Edited by: "CrazyBob" 24th Sep
Be warned, it wil tun you into an absolute ar...ole on the roads.
Awful deal and who on earth wants a 5 year lease on one of these?
2wd land rover
5 year commitment but only 3 years warranty.

Eye watering initial payment.

Expensive excess mileage rate.

Total lease cost approx 60% of full list price.

Madness.
FinbarMcDougal24/09/2019 22:02

Be warned, it wil tun you into an absolute ar...ole on the roads.


You can be an a.hole in a Corsa too...
Is it me or is it cold in here 🥶🥶🥶🥶
£18k.... that’s quite a few short back and sides to pay for it
Hairdressers car they used to shout, but the evoke is a very capable off roader that would drag most SUVs sideways across a field. But this deal, especially for the 2WD version, is very poor; cold.
Guess for some millennials it's this instead of saving for a deposit. In the hope the Government will give every poor millennial a free deposit paid for by the tax payer.
Edited by: "Dawsy" 25th Sep
"Total lease cost approx 60% of full list price."

The way leasing works is they charge you for how much the car will depreciate in the term. So the Evoque will lose 60% of its value in 5 years.

Bit like the Disco, they are lovely cars but every mechanics review I have read says the brand is so unreliable. They have so much on them to go wrong. You will need the free breakdown cover.!
Leasing can be a good option, but when your in a 5 year lease with only 3 year warranty, your pretty much throwing anyway the benefits a lease provides i.e. if stuff goes wrong you don't have to pay for it.
GTFO
How could the OP possibly believe this to be a good deal
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