New Skoda Fabia - £99 Deposit, £99 Per month - 42 Months PCP £4158 @ Gordon Lamb
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New Skoda Fabia - £99 Deposit, £99 Per month - 42 Months PCP £4158 @ Gordon Lamb

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Found 19th Mar 2016
New Skoda Fabia 1.0 MPI S 60PS

Seems like a good deal for a brand new car. 3 and a half years of motoring for £4158.

Total Price £9819
Deposit £100
Dealer Deposit £500
Balance to finance £9220.00
41 Monthly payments £99.00
Total Cost Over Term: £4158
Optional Final payment £5121.00
Term of agreement 42
Total Amount Payable £9819.00
Rate of Interest 0.00%
Representative APR 0.00%
Credit Facility Fee* £0.00
Purchase fee** £0.00

Specification: Electric front windows, Bluetooth, curtain airbags, DAB digital radio, front and rear passenger seat - belt warning light, ISOFIX child seat fittings on outer rear seats, radio SWING with phone control on the radio display, USB and SD Card, remote central locking and SAFE function, Stop/Start, tyre pressure monitoring system. Available to retail customers only. Available on new models only, subject to availability.

Gordon Lamb:
Derby: 01332 497080
Chesterfield: 01246 385432

0% finance offer based on an annual mileage of 5,000 miles at 4.4 pence per mile (inc VAT). Other mileage contracts are available.
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It's a good deal and cheaper than most lease deals due to the low deposit! It's a shame it's such a low spec though! If it was the vrs model I'd be more tempted!
dvdphile

It's a good deal and cheaper than most lease deals due to the low … It's a good deal and cheaper than most lease deals due to the low deposit! It's a shame it's such a low spec though! If it was the vrs model I'd be more tempted!



I think we all would be
59 bhp? I wasn't aware they could get that little power out of modern engines
Edited by: "voicon" 19th Mar 2016
I've just ordered a Citigi.

£99 upfront, £89 a month.
42 month deal, 5000pa miles.
£4489 optional final payment.
Total repayable: £8237

That was for the Citigo SE Colour Edition.
It's basically a Citigo SE (AirCon), but also has Black Alloys, Front Fogs, a Garmin Infotainment SatNav/Bluetooth/Music System, Additional Speaker Pack and "Sunset" Rear Privacy Windows.

Saw this when browsing through other related deals. Bottom spec "S", but still pretty well featured, with Stop/Start, Bluetooth, DAB, Electric Windows. Just no AirCon lets it down a bit, but still, for £99 a month for what could just about pass as a small family car, it seems good.
So you need to pay around£10000 in just under 4 years to own a very basic, underpowered small car? I would rather be ripped off in a lease deal!
Is this similar to the lease deals where you give the car back after the 48 month term? Or can you not pay the final month payment and return the car?
adambaz

I've just ordered a Citigi.£99 upfront, £89 a month.42 month deal, 5000pa … I've just ordered a Citigi.£99 upfront, £89 a month.42 month deal, 5000pa miles.£4489 optional final payment.Total repayable: £8237That was for the Citigo SE Colour Edition.It's basically a Citigo SE (AirCon), but also has Black Alloys, Front Fogs, a Garmin Infotainment SatNav/Bluetooth/Music System, Additional Speaker Pack and "Sunset" Rear Privacy Windows.Saw this when browsing through other related deals. Bottom spec "S", but still pretty well featured, with Stop/Start, Bluetooth, DAB, Electric Windows. Just no AirCon lets it down a bit, but still, for £99 a month for what could just about pass as a small family car, it seems good.



Where did you get the deal from? Thanks
60ps oO
aj_aziz

Is this similar to the lease deals where you give the car back after the … Is this similar to the lease deals where you give the car back after the 48 month term? Or can you not pay the final month payment and return the car?



With lease deals you don't get the option to purchase the car at the end.

PCP gives you that option.
adambaz

With lease deals you don't get the option to purchase the car at the … With lease deals you don't get the option to purchase the car at the end.PCP gives you that option.



Thanks for that. Is it compulsory to purchase at the end?
aj_aziz

Thanks for that. Is it compulsory to purchase at the end?



No, optional.
therudders

So you need to pay around£10000 in just under 4 years to own a very … So you need to pay around£10000 in just under 4 years to own a very basic, underpowered small car? I would rather be ripped off in a lease deal!



Nope, £4158 for 3 and a half years. If you want to own a car in 4 years, a PCP is probably not for you.
Edited by: "adambaz" 19th Mar 2016
voicon

59 bhp? I wasn't aware they could get that little power out of modern … 59 bhp? I wasn't aware they could get that little power out of modern engines



​Wow my 17 yr old ZR-7 (750cc) is 78 bhp. That car must go like a slug.
My lawnmowers got more power.!
I have the new 1.4 TDI Fabia Estate SEL and though the BHP is a lot higher I absolutely LOVE this car. I won't be changing it for a long time. I've had 2 Fabias prior to this one and they've all been great cars. Very reliable and great on fuel. My first one was a 1.2 hatchback 60 BHP and it held its own to be fair, it wasn't insanely pokey and that was a 59 plate so technology has moved on tonnes by now.
0-60 in 15.2 seconds gonna be painfully slow especially pulling out on a fast stretch of road.
Skoda make brilliant cars, especially the Superb.
1.2 tsi is a better bet
Holy cow... 60hp???
How do they manage that? Seriously, this car will border on dangerous on modern roads at times...
Came into the deal thinking 'that looks a good price' then saw the spec, and thought otherwise...

Seriously, if you are considering this, test drive it first, do NOT buy over the phone, it'll be horrid to drive, think of pulling out of a side road onto a dual carriageway in traffic... AAAARRRRGGGGHHHHhhhhh.....

And that's the other driver heading for you...
cigbunt

1.2 tsi is a better bet



No s**t sherlock! X)
£8,700 through a broker, poxy engine, low spec, having to MOT and 6 months with no warranty.

Hmm... I'm not so sure about this one.
adambaz


That's the much higher spec model. Not the S.
bilbob

Holy cow... 60hp??? How do they manage that? Seriously, this car will … Holy cow... 60hp??? How do they manage that? Seriously, this car will border on dangerous on modern roads at times...Came into the deal thinking 'that looks a good price' then saw the spec, and thought otherwise...Seriously, if you are considering this, test drive it first, do NOT buy over the phone, it'll be horrid to drive, think of pulling out of a side road onto a dual carriageway in traffic... AAAARRRRGGGGHHHHhhhhh.....And that's the other driver heading for you...



I agree it's not got much power but for some people it doesn't matter. 90% of my wife's mileage is travelling from our village to the nearest town on a stretch of single carriage way that goes from 30mph, to 40mph and then 60mph zones. Having said that, i wouldn't buy her the 60bhp because I would be driving it occasionally.
smk77

I agree it's not got much power but for some people it doesn't matter. … I agree it's not got much power but for some people it doesn't matter. 90% of my wife's mileage is travelling from our village to the nearest town on a stretch of single carriage way that goes from 30mph, to 40mph and then 60mph zones. Having said that, i wouldn't buy her the 60bhp because I would be driving it occasionally.



It doesn't matter??? If you want to be killed!
Taz1529

It doesn't matter??? If you want to be killed!



Did you just partially read my comment or even the comment I was responding too? Pulling out onto a duel carriage way is something that some of us never need to do. Some of us live in places where there isn't much traffic.
0-60 in 15.7 seconds. My wife's 1.2 Clio that's 13 years old is over 3 seconds quicker (actual engine size is 1.149L). 13 years of development and tech and they still produce rubbish engines
Eek, this car belongs in the early 90's!
smk77

I agree it's not got much power but for some people it doesn't matter. … I agree it's not got much power but for some people it doesn't matter. 90% of my wife's mileage is travelling from our village to the nearest town on a stretch of single carriage way that goes from 30mph, to 40mph and then 60mph zones. Having said that, i wouldn't buy her the 60bhp because I would be driving it occasionally.


Surely your wife would be a bit embarrassed as the local milk float grows increasingly frustrated whilst stuck behind her in a 59bhp skoda
PILE OF POOP!
paul.jacobs

0-60 in 15.7 seconds. My wife's 1.2 Clio that's 13 years old is over 3 … 0-60 in 15.7 seconds. My wife's 1.2 Clio that's 13 years old is over 3 seconds quicker (actual engine size is 1.149L). 13 years of development and tech and they still produce rubbish engines



It's all about the upsell.

Dacia and Skoda are the masters of it.
Very tempting
Overtaking on motorway? Not much of a chance
regular driving 0-30 and they are quite "nippy" just got to be careful when merging (but dont you always)
http://imgproxy-cdn.skoda-auto.com/lcc-perm-gbr-nj3-v-201512111100/50FC4983A375D6CBA5326F75848A9747_201512111100.jpg

http://img.pistonheads.com.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/Fullsize/skoda/fabia-hatchback-5-dr/1-0-mpi-75ps-se-s-s/skoda-fabia-hatchback-5-dr-1-0-mpi-75ps-se-s-s-605123702-1.jpg

Spec you'll be getting
jimbo001

Skoda make superb cars, especially the Superb.



There, fixed it for you.
Love the colour-spec let's it down imo but cheap if it caters for those who live in the back of beyond I guess
Wow 2 pages in and not a single "You can buy a secondhand better specced car for that"
I think the 8k down the khazi to hire a non ac citigo after 4 years is pretty hilarious
silver145

Overtaking on motorway? Not much of a chanceregular driving 0-30 and they … Overtaking on motorway? Not much of a chanceregular driving 0-30 and they are quite "nippy" just got to be careful when merging (but dont you always)



​So much misinformation in this thread.

I have a 1 litre 59hp Corsa. It is just fine for getting up to speed in any normal road situation. It is also very capable at motorway speeds, I personally overtake far more people than overtake me on my 360 mile round trip to work.

All these comments just from people who have never actually owned a car of this sort.

That said, obviously you aren't going to be winning any drag races, so bear that in mind. Boy racers look elsewhere!
Joshimitsu91

​So much misinformation in this thread.I have a 1 litre 59hp Corsa. It is … ​So much misinformation in this thread.I have a 1 litre 59hp Corsa. It is just fine for getting up to speed in any normal road situation. It is also very capable at motorway speeds, I personally overtake far more people than overtake me on my 360 mile round trip to work.All these comments just from people who have never actually owned a car of this sort.That said, obviously you aren't going to be winning any drag races, so bear that in mind. Boy racers look elsewhere!



Not going to be winning anything i.e. life after a misjudged pull out when the next car is 1 mile away
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