PANDA POP 1.2 8V 69HP£99 month and £129 deposit £5976.00 @ Fiat
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PANDA POP 1.2 8V 69HP£99 month and £129 deposit £5976.00 @ Fiat

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Found 6th Nov 2015
4 year lease with 6k allowance per year, I know not a huge allowance but the low repayments and low deposit will appeal to many a family looking for a cheap shopping runabout
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should say can pay the remainder of the balance (2k) and keep the car at the end
Prefer Rola Cola
Thought Panda Pops was making a come back for a moment there.
Lawnmowers have more hps.

hot
Real mpg = 40mpg
As a man...if I drive around in this does it mean I have a massive dong?
It's PCP, not a lease.
chapchap

As a man...if I drive around in this does it mean I have a massive dong?



Nope, it'll mean you are one
hot for the name!
I got mine with 10k allowance for £2.5 k over two years. Just google it.
chapchap

As a man...if I drive around in this does it mean I have a massive dong?



​I don't know, but if you have it probably won't fit in the car!
What's the 0-60 time in this?
Edited by: "norfolkbroadslim" 6th Nov 2015
3.5 days I believe
You could lease an A Class merc for close to this. Hmmmm
alexc100

You could lease an A Class merc for close to this. Hmmmm




Going around a roundabout in the wet??? I would choose the Panda all day long
alexc100

You could lease an A Class merc for close to this. Hmmmm


I'm intrigued to know where can you lease an A class for near £99 a month?
VISHY

I'm intrigued to know where can you lease an A class for near £99 a month?



Maybe the 1.5 renault engined one lol
alexc100

You could lease an A Class merc for close to this. Hmmmm



Send me the link please!
alexc100

You could lease an A Class merc for close to this. Hmmmm



​hate it when people say things like this without a link, fairly certain you can get one for 100 a month with a 5k deposit but hardly the same deal in that case!
For an extra £10 a month and upfront I'd go for the next trim level up. It has A/C for a start
This 'deal' is just plain daft, it's not even a lease deal, it's PCP.

Another £500 gets a 65 plate pre reg with 15 miles on the clock to do as many miles in as you like and not hand it back. http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201510037472795

Or if you don't need the rear doors and fancy something a little less boxy, a Punto brand new is £7k
pentagon-group.co.uk/new…305

Cakeboy79

For an extra £10 a month and upfront I'd go for the next trim level up. … For an extra £10 a month and upfront I'd go for the next trim level up. It has A/C for a start


It probably has not enough power to run it. ☺
69 hp I wouldn't be bothered about a slow car in general use but it can be quite dangerous when you need a burst of speed to avoid collisions etc. Had a lot more near misses in my Corsa than my Ibiza FR. Good deal but as others have said these can be bought new or almost new for much more IF you have the cash to do so.
Stupid deal but voted hot for the name. Disappointed no one has changed the photo to this:
http://media.thedailytouch.com/2015/07/ad_160153806.jpg
oddballjamie

This 'deal' is just plain daft, it's not even a lease deal, it's … This 'deal' is just plain daft, it's not even a lease deal, it's PCP.Another £500 gets a 65 plate pre reg with 15 miles on the clock to do as many miles in as you like and not hand it back. http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201510037472795Or if you don't need the rear doors and fancy something a little less boxy, a Punto brand new is £7khttp://www.pentagon-group.co.uk/new-cars/fiat/punto/1.2-pop-3dr/67305



​tell me the difference between lease or pcp if you intend to just hand it back? I posted this purely because of low deposit and low repayments first to say if you have the money in your back pocket there are loads of better deals out there, but show me one I can pay only 100 up front and 100 per month
shame it's 4 years wouldn't want to be the owner of this car after the warranty expires
oddballjamie

It's PCP, not a lease.


Pcp is a lease
Edited by: "ELVIS_THE_PELVIS" 7th Nov 2015
This seems like a cheap way to get a new car, especially for those that don't have any savings for a new one. You'd only need to save just over £40 a month extra to pay off the lump sum at the end.
antonywhite37

​tell me the difference between lease or pcp if you intend to just hand i … ​tell me the difference between lease or pcp if you intend to just hand it back? I posted this purely because of low deposit and low repayments first to say if you have the money in your back pocket there are loads of better deals out there, but show me one I can pay only 100 up front and 100 per month



With your PCP deal it works out at £4852 over 48 months and 24k miles (£199 customer deposit and 47 monthly payments of £99).

With this PCH deal it works out at £4668.50 over 48 months with 40k miles.
Itsabargain69

shame it's 4 years wouldn't want to be the owner of this car after the … shame it's 4 years wouldn't want to be the owner of this car after the warranty expires



Personal experience or just afraid mo king because a fiat is beneath you? I have 'executive' class car, and a fiat, fiat from new (had car car for just over 7 years) and has cost far less in repairs than the 'premium' car I have, well considerably less mileage!
Cakeboy79

For an extra £10 a month and upfront I'd go for the next trim level up. … For an extra £10 a month and upfront I'd go for the next trim level up. It has A/C for a start


What is the point of AC in in the UK?
The windows serve the same purpose here......AC is of little use in the UK & in my opinion is just a waste of money & people always set it to ice cold in buildings & cars then complain when its winter outside.
Edited by: "SixtyFive" 7th Nov 2015
The miles per year doesn't matter if you intend on buying the car after the four years.
antonywhite37

​tell me the difference between lease or pcp if you intend to just hand i … ​tell me the difference between lease or pcp if you intend to just hand it back? I posted this purely because of low deposit and low repayments first to say if you have the money in your back pocket there are loads of better deals out there, but show me one I can pay only 100 up front and 100 per month



There is a huge difference between a PCP and a lease. With a lease you have a fixed deposit, and a fixed term with zero flexibility. At the end you have to hand it back or buy it at an inflated cost, no other options.

With a PCP you can flex your deposit as much as you want, and can sell/pay off the car at any point in the contract. At the end of the deal you don't "hand it back" - the dealership or finance company buys the car back from you at the guaranteed value (i.e. the remaining finance cost), or the market value - whichever is the greater. In the vast majority of PCP deals this means you have a small amount of equity in the car at the end of the deal to either take as cash, or more commonly to put into your next PCP.

Leases tend to be a tiny bit cheaper per month than a PCP (similar overall costs though) but personally I really don't like them - if you lose your job or can't afford the car, you are stuffed. with a PCP you have a get out, and flexibility at the end.

This is a good deal either way and you can probably up the spec without changing your payments after some negotiation with a dealer (another difference i guess - thats not normally possible on a lease).

Edited by: "Spud211" 7th Nov 2015
antonywhite37

​tell me the difference between lease or pcp if you intend to just hand i … ​tell me the difference between lease or pcp if you intend to just hand it back? I posted this purely because of low deposit and low repayments first to say if you have the money in your back pocket there are loads of better deals out there, but show me one I can pay only 100 up front and 100 per month


Difference has been explained above, so I will answer the other question.
£273 deposit and 35 months of £91 for a higher spec Panda on a lease.
http://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/enquiry.php?deal_id=591330&price_id=4852588
That was the results of 20 seconds on Google, given more time and effort they'd be more to save.

Your point about finance is a bit silly on a site like this. The UK BOE rate is historically low, with loans about at under 4% and record lengths on interest free credit cards, it's not a large amount of money needed to fund it and saves in the long run and you will actually own the car and do as many or few miles as you like.
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS

Pcp is a lease


Depends who you ask, traditionally PCH is a lease and PCP is HP with a deferred balloon payment.
SixtyFive

What is the point of AC in in the UK?The windows serve the same purpose … What is the point of AC in in the UK?The windows serve the same purpose here......AC is of little use in the UK & in my opinion is just a waste of money & people always set it to ice cold in buildings & cars then complain when its winter outside.



I have a car with a panoramic windscreen, AC keeps me cool in the summer and demists the car in the winter.
shaney2k

The miles per year doesn't matter if you intend on buying the car after … The miles per year doesn't matter if you intend on buying the car after the four years.



Then you may as well buy it at the beginning (Pre-Reg £6500) and spread the cost on an interest free credit card or low interest loan.
SixtyFive

What is the point of AC in in the UK?The windows serve the same purpose … What is the point of AC in in the UK?The windows serve the same purpose here......AC is of little use in the UK & in my opinion is just a waste of money & people always set it to ice cold in buildings & cars then complain when its winter outside.



If its a waste in your opinion don't buy it, most people's opinion is that it is worth it, personally I wouldn't buy a car without climate control, assuming I can afford it financially, some people don't like the noise of having the windows open, and having to breath in the vehicles emissions all around us when in traffic, modern cars filter the air, generally a car with air con has cleaner air inside the cabin, again, all pointless to yourself but many others will like it.

Spud211

There is a huge difference between a PCP and a lease. With a lease you … There is a huge difference between a PCP and a lease. With a lease you have a fixed deposit, and a fixed term with zero flexibility. At the end you have to hand it back or buy it at an inflated cost, no other options. With a PCP you can flex your deposit as much as you want, and can sell/pay off the car at any point in the contract. At the end of the deal you don't "hand it back" - the dealership or finance company buys the car back from you at the guaranteed value (i.e. the remaining finance cost), or the market value - whichever is the greater. In the vast majority of PCP deals this means you have a small amount of equity in the car at the end of the deal to either take as cash, or more commonly to put into your next PCP.Leases tend to be a tiny bit cheaper per month than a PCP (similar overall costs though) but personally I really don't like them - if you lose your job or can't afford the car, you are stuffed. with a PCP you have a get out, and flexibility at the end.This is a good deal either way and you can probably up the spec without changing your payments after some negotiation with a dealer (another difference i guess - thats not normally possible on a lease).



Are you on drugs of some kind???? The "dealership or finance company" does not "buys the car back from you at the guaranteed value (i.e. The remaining finance cost)".
You really shouldn't give out advise like this if you don't know 100% what you're talking about!
The dealership would only buy it or pay off the final balance if you're trading it in with them, or if they wanted to by it!
I sell cars for a living and some of the **** advice that is on here is horrendous!
Don't get me wrong some is very good too!
But you sir are an ****!
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