Peugeot 208 GTi - 200bhp hot hatch - sat nav, heated leather seats, parking sensors, pan roof, bluetooth & more - 18 month personal lease - 10k miles pa - £166 deposit & £166 per month £3357 @ vehiclesavers
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Peugeot 208 GTi - 200bhp hot hatch - sat nav, heated leather seats, parking sensors, pan roof, bluetooth & more - 18 month personal lease - 10k miles pa - £166 deposit & £166 per month £3357 @ vehiclesavers

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Found 28th May 2015
Great spec with a low payment for the 1st month which is always a bonus.

£20k list price for the car.

5k pa makes it £17 cheaper per month.

1+17 payment profile. 18 monthly payments of £166.52. Admin fee of £360. Total payable £3357.

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Not bad short term leasing is the only way to go with any Peugeot nowadays, by 18 months you will be sick of issues you would be glad to give it back

eslick

Not bad short term leasing is the only way to go with any Peugeot … Not bad short term leasing is the only way to go with any Peugeot nowadays, by 18 months you will be sick of issues you would be glad to give it back

LOL

totally agree eslick

another good lease deal

I had my Peugeot 207 on lease in 2010 for 3 years, then bought the car. Had it 5 years now and the only problem I have ever had was a snapped suspension spring after 4 years. Peugeot covered that under warranty and did the pair at the same time. They make good cars as far as I am concerned. Looking to part ex mine for a 308 next month.

Excellent value for spec. If it were between the c1 airscape at 137 deal or this at 166 it be this for me
Edited by: "redadmiral" 28th May 2015

ta OP - heat added

tempted to get rid of current car

http://i1050.photobucket.com/albums/s413/EMW-A-Senna/78768113-4F21-4932-B86B-1A68585A4753-7143-00000558B99D06C9.jpg

good deal might get one for my nan

Finally, a great lease deal that doesn't include a hefty deposit that the author 'forgot' to include to elicit hot votes.

Very good deal this.

5 door version 337 on lingscars on 48mnths? Is it the same one?

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redadmiral

5 door version 337 on lingscars on 48mnths? Is it the same one?



Nope.

It's this one:

http://www.lingscars.com/Peugeot/208/2096014-1.6_THP_(208bhp)_GTi_Prestige_Hatchback_3dr_1598cc-personal.html

Chanchi32

ta OP - heat addedtempted to get rid of current car



ill buy that for the wife lol.. not seen you over the other side for a while

karlie88

Nope.It's this … Nope.It's this one:http://www.lingscars.com/Peugeot/208/2096014-1.6_THP_(208bhp)_GTi_Prestige_Hatchback_3dr_1598cc-personal.html


Thanks karlie

Not a bad deal, considering the Pug would probably depreciate this as soon as you drove it off the forecourt if bought brand new...

That is an absolute steal....

katchiib

Not a bad deal, considering the Pug would probably depreciate this as … Not a bad deal, considering the Pug would probably depreciate this as soon as you drove it off the forecourt if bought brand new...


Just the vat!

Site is broke. Nothing loads up for me for extras/images etc

In before "306 GTi-6 would beat it through the twisties".

Bossworld

In before "306 GTi-6 would beat it through the twisties".


It's a lease deal on HUKD.

There is a huge list of "in before" items to choose from here, like comparing the opportunity cost to a 10 year old Alfa and other such stupidity.

supercasual

totally agree eslick


Stick to Fords Mondeo Man.

Great little car my friend has one.Has all the charm and perforce of the old 205 gti.Soinds great drives great and we'll built which is strange for a french car.The best thing I like is the tiny steering g wheel like something you would use with a playstation.Tempted for one myself but I'm gunna wait for the renaultsport clio 220.Loved my last one such phone but have to get used to the flappy paddle gearbox.Nice deal though hot for me.

Bossworld

In before "306 GTi-6 would beat it through the twisties".



test drove one of those; liked it but got a chance to have a Subaru turbo 5 door - ****** all over the 306.

Go cart....!!!!!!!!!!

WBRacing

It's a lease deal on HUKD. There is a huge list of "in before" items to … It's a lease deal on HUKD. There is a huge list of "in before" items to choose from here, like comparing the opportunity cost to a 10 year old Alfa and other such stupidity.



Should make one of those bingo cards like the HUKD misprice one!

Heat from me

afroylnt

test drove one of those; liked it but got a chance to have a Subaru turbo … test drove one of those; liked it but got a chance to have a Subaru turbo 5 door - ****** all over the 306.



Both sheds.

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afroylnt

test drove one of those; liked it but got a chance to have a Subaru turbo … test drove one of those; liked it but got a chance to have a Subaru turbo 5 door - ****** all over the 306.


Never mind one day you will figure out what a real car is.... Bless

0-60 is 6.6 seconds.

The GTi 30th edition is 6.3 seconds.

Not amazing acceleration but quite fun.

Chanchi32

ta OP - heat addedtempted to get rid of current car



I'll take it.

This seems like an amazing deal if only I didn't get a new car recently!

paulmillard

I had my Peugeot 207 on lease in 2010 for 3 years, then bought the car. … I had my Peugeot 207 on lease in 2010 for 3 years, then bought the car. Had it 5 years now and the only problem I have ever had was a snapped suspension spring after 4 years. Peugeot covered that under warranty and did the pair at the same time. They make good cars as far as I am concerned. Looking to part ex mine for a 308 next month.



Maybe you have never tried cars from Germany or even the far-east.

However im tempted by this, if my honda ever does break down on me!
Edited by: "abdishah" 28th May 2015

Mmmmmmmmm. Like this one.

£20k list price for the car? you must be joking lol

When would you pay the £360 admin fee?

£166 a month, this is definatley a bargain. hows does it all work - with initial rental of 0 months.

just the monthly payments for 18months that I have the car.
What if the car needs repair ie, clutch in the first 5k miles? and is a service required, who pays for that?

What a find Karlie! Scorchio taking into account such a small initial deposit which is usually the killer.

No where near enough mileage for me unfortunately, hot though.

Hot hot hot

Original Poster

abdishah

£166 a month, this is definatley a bargain. hows does it all work - with … £166 a month, this is definatley a bargain. hows does it all work - with initial rental of 0 months.just the monthly payments for 18months that I have the car. What if the car needs repair ie, clutch in the first 5k miles? and is a service required, who pays for that?



Yes, just 18 monthly payments plus the £360 admin fee at the start (although you can haggle re: admin fee).

Clutch would be under warranty as would be other mechanical problems. I think you'd need to service the car once only - depends on the car's service schedule.
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