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Renault Captur Iconic £153 p/m NO DEPOSIT @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£5538.60 total)
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Renault Captur Iconic £153 p/m NO DEPOSIT @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£5538.60 total)

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Posted 5th Jan

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Not my cup of tea but seems a decent spec for the price - we've had loads of cars from Mad Sheep over the years for work and personal. £153 p/m over 3 years for 6000 miles or £164 p/m for 10,000.

They posted some other profiles and mileages, there's also the GT-Line which is slightly better spec for about £10 per month more.

From their FB page:

"Spec includes: Sat Nav, Rear Parking Sensors, 16" Alloys, Privacy Glass, Metallic Paint, Cruise Control, Auto Lights/Wipers and more!"

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Example profiles:

9+35, 6,000 miles = £124.22 inc VAT with initial rental of £1118.02 inc VAT
6+35, 6,000 miles = £133.88 inc VAT with initial rental of £803.30 inc VAT
3+35, 6,000 miles = £145.20 inc VAT with initial rental of £435.60 inc VAT

** NO DEPOSIT **
1+35, 6,000 miles = £153.85 inc VAT with initial rental of £153.85 inc VAT

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9+35, 10,000 miles = £132.72 inc VAT with initial rental of £1194.48 inc VAT
6+35, 10,000 miles = £143.04 inc VAT with initial rental of £858.24 inc VAT
3+35, 10,000 miles = £155.14 inc VAT with initial rental of £465.41 inc VAT

** NO DEPOSIT **
1+35, 10,000 miles = £164.38 inc VAT with initial rental of £164.38 inc VAT
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You missed out the admin fee of £360.
That's not a baaaaaaaaadd deal. Heat added
The GT is from £172.63 so about £20 per month more.
Exact model/spec:

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These are under £11000 pre registered, not sure if such a great deal. 'SUV' - haha
Edited by: "pablomalin" 5th Jan
Heat from me too and thanks for posting

I would very new to this leasing marlarky, so would great to know the benefits and pitfalls of getting a vehicle this way?....

Also, what happens at the end of the term?

Thanks in advance for all your sound feedback
Edited by: "sxxychocolate" 5th Jan
sxxychocolate05/01/2020 09:43

Heat from me too and thanks for posting I would very new to this …Heat from me too and thanks for posting I would very new to this leasing marlarky, so would great to know the benefits and pitfalls of getting a vehicle this way?....Also, what happens at the end of the term?Thanks in advance for all your sound feedback


When you hand the vehicle back, make sure it doesn't have any damage beyond what is counted as fair wear and tear. This is stipulated very clearly in the agreement, industry standards are used. In my experience the assessment is done very professionally - it's not the same as holiday car hire. If you choose to ignore scratches longer than what is allowable, expect to be charged for them.
pablomalin05/01/2020 09:24

These are under £11000 pre registered, not sure if such a great deal. …These are under £11000 pre registered, not sure if such a great deal. 'SUV' - haha


Can't find it for under £11k, but can find it for £12,714.

Given that is the case, the predicted residual value of a 2019 Captur after three years and 30,000 miles is £6,250.

Leasing this for three years on a 1+35 basis is £6,277.68, so one is only margianlly better off leasing.

If you could get it for £11k, that's a different matter, but then it won't be a new car as it would have had an owner.
off topic but any of you leasing gurus know when they will replace tyres under maintenance. I took maintenance on an Audi we have cars as it seems about break even for the service costs and thought an outside chance of needing a new set of tyres. It is due another service and the wear is just above the indicators ...so maybe 2.5mm? 3mm maximum
Edited by: "mgk" 5th Jan
mgk05/01/2020 10:48

off topic but any of you leasing gurus know when they will replace tyres …off topic but any of you leasing gurus know when they will replace tyres under maintenance. I took maintenance on an Audi we have cars as it seems about break even for the service costs and thought an outside chance of needing a new set of tyres. It is due another service and the wear is just above the indicators ...so maybe 2.5mm? 3mm maximum


How long have you got left on the lease?
m5rcc05/01/2020 10:16

Can't find it for under £11k, but can find it for £12,714.Given that is t …Can't find it for under £11k, but can find it for £12,714.Given that is the case, the predicted residual value of a 2019 Captur after three years and 30,000 miles is £6,250.Leasing this for three years on a 1+35 basis is £6,277.68, so one is only margianlly better off leasing.If you could get it for £11k, that's a different matter, but then it won't be a new car as it would have had an owner.


Ok So it's £10999 for Play and £11,985 for Iconic, pre reg with delivery miles.
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m5rcc05/01/2020 10:57

How long have you got left on the lease?


Just a 2-3 months...they will easily be still legal but last time I had it serviced Audi picked up a little gash that they said needed the tyre replaced (damage not covered only fair wear and tear) - I asked two other garages and they said it was ok so I didnt replace - however, it is due another service before I return it so I am guessing they will flag it again and I would rather get it done somewhere cheaper than risk returning and getting charged full cost after returning - Audi was something like 230 vs 130 at black circles for the same Pirelli tyre to match the others.
I was just thinking that if they replaced them same time as service it would save me the bother.
pablomalin05/01/2020 11:16

Ok So it's £10999 for Play and £11,985 for Iconic, pre reg with delivery m …Ok So it's £10999 for Play and £11,985 for Iconic, pre reg with delivery miles. https://www.evanshalshaw.com/search/vehicledetails/used-car-renault-captur--manual-petrol-orange-hatchback-yn69ztf/https://www.donnellygroup.co.uk/used-cars/10814058-renault-captur-0.9-tce-90-iconic-5dr/


If one is happy with a pre-reg car, then it would make sense to buy to own than lease.
mgk05/01/2020 11:17

Just a 2-3 months...they will easily be still legal but last time I had it …Just a 2-3 months...they will easily be still legal but last time I had it serviced Audi picked up a little gash that they said needed the tyre replaced (damage not covered only fair wear and tear) - I asked two other garages and they said it was ok so I didnt replace - however, it is due another service before I return it so I am guessing they will flag it again and I would rather get it done somewhere cheaper than risk returning and getting charged full cost after returning - Audi was something like 230 vs 130 at black circles for the same Pirelli tyre to match the others. I was just thinking that if they replaced them same time as service it would save me the bother.


I doubt they'll do them under your leasehold then. But ask during the service and if they say they need to be done then decline their offer and do them yourself elsewhere before you hand it back.
Edited by: "m5rcc" 5th Jan
New Captur due imminently so there will be good deals on this model. Worth remembering that the new clio was launched with 0% finance. If they do the same with the new captur it may not work out much more that this on finance. New Renaults now have 5 year warranty also.
rik22005/01/2020 11:38

New Captur due imminently so there will be good deals on this model. Worth …New Captur due imminently so there will be good deals on this model. Worth remembering that the new clio was launched with 0% finance. If they do the same with the new captur it may not work out much more that this on finance. New Renaults now have 5 year warranty also.


They won't give you 25%+ off RRP and 0% finance though...
C3 aircross prereg £11900 130hp 8.8s 0 to 60
pablomalin05/01/2020 12:10

C3 aircross prereg £11900 130hp 8.8s 0 to 60


Drove the 1.2 115hp version and it was quite spritely.
rik22005/01/2020 12:32

Drove the 1.2 115hp version and it was quite spritely.


The 1.2 130 Puretech is a great engine!
Madness it’s in the name!
Thanks ordered two
BattleBeast105/01/2020 14:59

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That's not a bad thing. After all, they're offering five year warranties.
I had one on holiday and it was literally the worst car I've ever driven in every possible way. It was only marginally better than walking
seancharles05/01/2020 16:12

I had one on holiday and it was literally the worst car I've ever driven …I had one on holiday and it was literally the worst car I've ever driven in every possible way. It was only marginally better than walking


But it's a great deal for any car so hot
0.9 litre engine, does it even move 🙈
Edited by: "anthony25" 5th Jan
anthony2505/01/2020 16:18

0.9 litre engine, does it even move 🙈


F1 engines are 1.6 litre. It's not 1984 and you're not playing Top Trumps.
24 month lease on a 1+23 (no deposit) for a Captur Gt-Line petrol
24 months @ £168.55 / month incl VAT
£238 admins fee's
Total £4283.20

Optimum Contract Hire Limited
anthony2505/01/2020 16:18

0.9 litre engine, does it even move 🙈


Agree with Mr.No above.

The 2017 Ford Fiesta 1.0L Ecoboost engine produces 140hp.
The 1980s Camaro 5L V8 LG4 produces a grand 143hp - I imagine probably a lot lot slower too!

Technology! Shame not everyone understands the impact of turbocharging.
Slow down mofos......exactly what engine n box is in this ginger fox?
jsd7405/01/2020 18:28

Slow down mofos......exactly what engine n box is in this ginger fox?



90 bhp 899cc turbo 3 cylinder mated to a 5 speed manual gearbox
mgk05/01/2020 11:17

Just a 2-3 months...they will easily be still legal but last time I had it …Just a 2-3 months...they will easily be still legal but last time I had it serviced Audi picked up a little gash that they said needed the tyre replaced (damage not covered only fair wear and tear) - I asked two other garages and they said it was ok so I didnt replace - however, it is due another service before I return it so I am guessing they will flag it again and I would rather get it done somewhere cheaper than risk returning and getting charged full cost after returning - Audi was something like 230 vs 130 at black circles for the same Pirelli tyre to match the others. I was just thinking that if they replaced them same time as service it would save me the bother.


My local audi will price match on tyres, may be worth asking if yours do too.
mgk05/01/2020 11:17

Just a 2-3 months...they will easily be still legal but last time I had it …Just a 2-3 months...they will easily be still legal but last time I had it serviced Audi picked up a little gash that they said needed the tyre replaced (damage not covered only fair wear and tear) - I asked two other garages and they said it was ok so I didnt replace - however, it is due another service before I return it so I am guessing they will flag it again and I would rather get it done somewhere cheaper than risk returning and getting charged full cost after returning - Audi was something like 230 vs 130 at black circles for the same Pirelli tyre to match the others. I was just thinking that if they replaced them same time as service it would save me the bother.


You can just replace with a used equivalent premium tyres. No need to buy new.

This is useful info for anyone took out a lease of 2-3 years. I did a 3 years lease once and done 30k miles, did not have to replace one tyre as rotated wheels front to back. Front had about 4mm left and back was a bit more when rotation was done.
Edited by: "MOJOoo7" 8th Jan
Is the new Captur available yet? It looks much better inside and out, the mrs is wanting one.
which the better car this or the kia xceed in terms of boot size and set for a family
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