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Peugeot 508 GT Fastback THP Auto 36 Month Lease, 6000 MPA £2124 inc vat upfront 36 x £354 per month inc vat (6+36) £14,868 @ Auto trader
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Peugeot 508 GT Fastback THP Auto 36 Month Lease, 6000 MPA £2124 inc vat upfront 36 x £354 per month inc vat (6+36) £14,868 @ Auto trader

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Posted 27th Nov 2019

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I've walked past my local Peugeot dealer this morning and they have a deep red 508 GT with full leather, sat nav and electric tailgate in their showroom for £295 a month plus vat on contract hire, The salesman said 6 payments upfront and 6000 miles a year on a 3 year contract, he said it was one off special, but a huge saving. Gutted cos my boss got me an Insignia in September for not a lot less. I hope it's good for somebody out there
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This is gonna freeze
That seems expensive to me. One of the more expensive leases I’ve seen on here. And 6k miles is very few.

it’s a great looking car, but I would never bite at that price b
Don’t know much about lease cars but 6months upfront and £354 with 6k miles honestly is not a good deal
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That’s mega expensive dude. It’s a Peugeot....
Thought it was to buy at first, considered voting hot. £15k over 3 years is a lot unless you always wanted to have a Peugeot. Live the dream.
I think op wanted to get destroyed here, similar to people who enjoy bdsm
Oh dear... Is this a joke post?
Bit of a munta, even the Juke is better looking
Lovely car. The new 508 is underrated IMO.

We got the GT Line earlier this year for £240 inc VAT on a 1+23 term with 6k pa. Lots of tech and a high spec for the money.
shininghero27/11/2019 16:10

That’s mega expensive dude. It’s a Peugeot....


Thanks for the info, but we’ve all heard it before, Jeremy.
I'd carry on walking...
Wow I’ve seen high end cars for this price
15k for a Peugeot that I don't own after 3 years. Ouch
MrKrabs27/11/2019 16:12

Thought it was to buy at first, considered voting hot. £15k over 3 years …Thought it was to buy at first, considered voting hot. £15k over 3 years is a lot unless you always wanted to have a Peugeot. Live the dream.


LOL thought the exact same thing, was about to vote hote until realised didn't own at the end!
bobbo0727/11/2019 16:22

Thanks for the info, but we’ve all heard it before, Jeremy.


Only it’s true. I had two Peugeot’s when I was at uni, a 206 and 307. Both were terrible cars. Gear ratios were awful, build quality was awful and ultimately both died premature deaths as a consequence of the need to replace prohibitively expensive parts.

Things may have moved on but I certainly won’t buy French again.
Nice looking motor, however it’s still a Peugeot and at this price a little too much. Just wait for the used models to pop up: cheap as chips and hopefully all the reliability issues would’ve been fixed by previous owners
So cold that I wish I could vote twice on it
Tanni4play27/11/2019 18:18

Nice looking motor, however it’s still a Peugeot and at this price a l …Nice looking motor, however it’s still a Peugeot and at this price a little too much. Just wait for the used models to pop up: cheap as chips and hopefully all the reliability issues would’ve been fixed by previous owners


We have had peugeot for last 8 years as a second car and leased them , 208, 308 Gt line and now have the 3008 GT.... in my opinion the peugeot qulity now is fantastic for the money and the perform very well, spec wise dwarfs great value for the money and great reliability never had a single issue ....but I paid nowhere near the above so not a great deal on this sorry!
In 1.5 years, these will be going for around 15k. If that. So save your money, and get one then.
ms200527/11/2019 17:31

Only it’s true. I had two Peugeot’s when I was at uni, a 206 and 307. Bot …Only it’s true. I had two Peugeot’s when I was at uni, a 206 and 307. Both were terrible cars. Gear ratios were awful, build quality was awful and ultimately both died premature deaths as a consequence of the need to replace prohibitively expensive parts. Things may have moved on but I certainly won’t buy French again.



When you were at uni.... unlikely it's the cars fault
Could this be the coldest car lease deal this year?
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