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Peugeot Traveller Diesel Estate 2.0 BlueHDi 150 Allure Standard [8 Seat] 5dr PCH 12 + 18 * £127.74/pm 10k miles/pa £4064.46 @ VehicleSavers
Peugeot Traveller Diesel Estate 2.0 BlueHDi 150 Allure Standard [8 Seat] 5dr PCH 12 + 18 * £127.74/pm 10k miles/pa £4064.46 @ VehicleSavers

Peugeot Traveller Diesel Estate 2.0 BlueHDi 150 Allure Standard [8 Seat] 5dr PCH 12 + 18 * £127.74/pm 10k miles/pa £4064.46 @ VehicleSavers

Buy forBuy forBuy for£128.74
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2768007.jpgNot my kind of deal but seems

ridiculously cheap for a £38 Grand car! Ideal for those with large families.

I

checked the spec and it comes fully kitted out with Full leather,

heated+massaging seats, nav, panoramic roof just to name a few.




There is a £360 admin fee too.
Edited by: "NLW73"

47 Comments

Incredible deal for the list price and three standard kit in this car.

Perfect for a bit of Uber for 18 months

I have the citreon version of this and it is brilliant. A dream to drive and get amazing mpg 48 in town and about 54 on motorway. Great for ferrying round all the grand kids. Then you can take out 2nd and 3rd rows and you have a van day camper.

sounds great!

Cheaper than the ford focus I'm leasing. Personally wouln't mind using a people carrier as my main car at this price!

mod

Hi NLW73
Can you explain how you are getting this for £4064.46 please?
I get £4192.20
Thanks

andywedge10 m ago

Hi NLW73Can you explain how you are getting this for £4064.46 please?I get …Hi NLW73Can you explain how you are getting this for £4064.46 please?I get £4192.20Thanks


First month £1532, then 17 x 127 i would guess, don't know if that is the correct price.

What's the OP's connection with the firm then ?

siadwel28 m ago

What's the OP's connection with the firm then ?



Very good Question

I would like to convert to a camperan any ideas and buy it after end of leas

What's 12 months initial rental, 18 month term mean?

Thanks

mxer4505 m ago

What's 12 months initial rental, 18 month term mean?Thanks


It means the deposit is 12 x the monthly payment and the length of the agreement is 18 months

mxer4506 m ago

What's 12 months initial rental, 18 month term mean?Thanks

It means you are paying for 12 months of the contract up front. This lowers the monthly and usually the overall cost as the risk to the lease company is lessened.

What a ugly car!

So you've got to pay £2k up front?

Seems to be the same overall price with just 3 months upfron (£555 instead of £1532?) and the 17 months at £185?
Edited by: "defgimp" 18th Aug

a you ok to drive an eight seater with a normal driving licence or do you need something else

Fuzzybear7817 m ago

a you ok to drive an eight seater with a normal driving licence or do you …a you ok to drive an eight seater with a normal driving licence or do you need something else

You can drive this with a normal licence. I have one.

mchu6am44 m ago

Its a van and they all pretty much look like this!


What a ugly van!
Edited by: "machomansavage" 18th Aug

Shame it's not an automatic

why is the link saying £128.74 Get
when its £4064.46
this is misleading and against trading standards policy.

defgimp1 h, 21 m ago

Seems to be the same overall price with just 3 months upfron (£555 instead …Seems to be the same overall price with just 3 months upfron (£555 instead of £1532?) and the 17 months at £185?

Most lease deals are. Whatever quotes you see for initial rental, you can always request a smaller one, and it just means the rest go up. Very often a negligible difference overall too.
Edited by: "ghostm4n" 18th Aug

databar16 m ago

why is the link saying £128.74 Get when its £4064.46this is misleading and …why is the link saying £128.74 Get when its £4064.46this is misleading and against trading standards policy.

What on earth are you talking about? The link takes you to a page that clearly states what the initial rental period is, ie 12 months. It tells you that it is circa £127 per month. 12 x that for the initial rental, plus 18 mths rental is that amount of £4k. That is the standard way of costing any lease, albeit a 6 or 3 month initial rental is generally more common.

This lease company have had a complete pooch screw with their maths. If you lease for 2 years rather than 18 months then the additional 6 months will cost you nearly £3k! Total cost of the 2 year deal at 10,000 miles p.a. is just shy of £7k. Pro-rata, based on this deal, the 2 year lease should cost £5,420.
Bananas.
Edited by: "paypeanuts" 18th Aug

interesting

Will phone up about this offer this morning and update with anything deal breaking.

I'll have one for that price. Perfect with 2 children for camping/bike trips and so on.

hooray.henry16 h, 10 m ago

Perfect for a bit of Uber for 18 months


think you would struggle on 10k miles

ghostm4n11 h, 56 m ago

Most lease deals are. Whatever quotes you see for initial rental, you can …Most lease deals are. Whatever quotes you see for initial rental, you can always request a smaller one, and it just means the rest go up. Very often a negligible difference overall too.



True, just pointing out that you could put a grand less in to start with, no overall benefit in paying the 12 months upfront

Are they open today? Any updates from anyone, is the price correct? I have sent an enquiry but no reply as yet.

Stonkingly cheap, have some heat

paypeanuts13 h, 22 m ago

This lease company have had a complete pooch screw with their maths. If …This lease company have had a complete pooch screw with their maths. If you lease for 2 years rather than 18 months then the additional 6 months will cost you nearly £3k! Total cost of the 2 year deal at 10,000 miles p.a. is just shy of £7k. Pro-rata, based on this deal, the 2 year lease should cost £5,420.Bananas.



Often car companies give lease companies cheap deals on short returns so they can have the car back on their forecourts as "nearly new, low milage".
Volvo did this when the v90 was released. You could have a 60k car for peanuts but only for a year.

I would be after this version as I don't need 8 seats (yet).

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Get an insurance quote first as many insurers view anything with 8 or more seats as a minibus rather than car and won't be keen to insure.

Grahamdue37 m ago

Get an insurance quote first as many insurers view anything with 8 or more …Get an insurance quote first as many insurers view anything with 8 or more seats as a minibus rather than car and won't be keen to insure.

I've just recently bought the Citroën version of this and had no problems insuring it.

Grahamdue1 h, 17 m ago

Get an insurance quote first as many insurers view anything with 8 or more …Get an insurance quote first as many insurers view anything with 8 or more seats as a minibus rather than car and won't be keen to insure.


Good point, quote was decent for me. 35m, 5yr named driver, £460.

£38K for a Peugeot? You're having a laugh! What kind of idiot would buy one new? Definitely definitely lease it!

hooray.henry18th Aug

Perfect for a bit of Uber for 18 months


You wont be able to keep the repayments up if UBER is your only job

tinca19th Aug

You wont be able to keep the repayments up if UBER is your only job …You wont be able to keep the repayments up if UBER is your only job


Was thinking more Fake Taxi myself...

It's a genuine deal
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