New SEAT Ibiza – No Deposit Required. £199 PM.
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New SEAT Ibiza – No Deposit Required. £199 PM.

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Found 14th Jun 2012
SEAT cars are offering their brand new 2012 Ibiza model for £199 per month with no deposit.

Features include:

15" alloy wheels
Front fog lights with cornering function
Leather steering wheel and gearknob
Trip computer
Air conditioning
Front electric windows
MP3-compatible CD player with AUX-in
Remote audio controls
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But how much is it...?
You have to give it back after 42 months.
just a Lease
Over £8k of payments, and you don't even get to own it?
Supermod
Thank you for posting, harrietlovesfreestuff.
For those that like the cycle of leasing it is probably a good offer for them. I guess for everyone else it will seem like a waste of money!
Our credit society...

Learn from the Germans... Save to buy something, if you can afford it get something cheaper, or save and wait...
ShaunnyBwoy

Over £8k of payments, and you don't even get to own it?



Guess its for people who want new cars fairly regularly, not sure if it works out better to do it this way, or buy a new car and then sell in 4 years time where it will be worth alot less
winifer

Guess its for people who want new cars fairly regularly, not sure if it … Guess its for people who want new cars fairly regularly, not sure if it works out better to do it this way, or buy a new car and then sell in 4 years time where it will be worth alot less



Exactly, How much do you think you'd have lost in 4 years of "ownership"? Taking into account any finance interest I would be surprised if you were any better off especially given that used car prices are pretty low at the moment. If you take the time to do the figures, rather than jumping to rash conclusions without any knowledge of the subject, you'll find this isn't a bad deal. It ain't great but it ain't bad either.
Edited by: "useless_57" 14th Jun 2012
useless_57

Exactly, How much do you think you'd have lost in 4 years of … Exactly, How much do you think you'd have lost in 4 years of "ownership"? Taking into account any finance interest I would be surprised if you were any better off especially given that used car prices are pretty low at the moment. If you take the time to do the figures, rather than jumping to rash conclusions without any knowledge of the subject, you'll find this isn't a bad deal. It ain't great but it ain't bad either.



A quick lesson in looking out for key words

"regularly, not sure if it works out better to do it this way, or buy a new car and then sell in 4 years time where it
do I get this right, £9600 of payments for a car which they are/were offering for £9999 which you then have to give back??

There's no way this car would be worth less than £400 in 4 years time lol so who in their right mind would want this?
Would be cheaper to get a load to buy it. These finance deals are a con and should be banned.
faster4233

Would be cheaper to get a load to buy it. These finance deals are a con … Would be cheaper to get a load to buy it. These finance deals are a con and should be banned.




Would be cheaper still to save up and pay outright for it.
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