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Seat Arona lease 36 months 10K miles £168 a month with 9 month advance rental (Term - £7,613.32) @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Seat Arona lease 36 months 10K miles £168 a month with 9 month advance rental (Term - £7,613.32) @ National Vehicle Solutions

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((9+35) x £168.53) + £198 admin = £7,613.32 or £211.48/net/mth

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Cold because of the complete lack of detail. Engine size,petrol/diesel, auto/manual I’m all for not posting every detail about a product but the basics should be there. It’s just lazy
MarioMan15/06/2019 07:39

Dumb question. What happens AFTER the 36 months? Does the car become …Dumb question. What happens AFTER the 36 months? Does the car become mine? And I have zero further costs? Thanks


Your trolling right?
Had one of these (in the FR TSI 115 spec) delivered 2 weeks on a lease through nationwide vehicle contracts. The process was really easy from initial order to taking delivery of the car so recommend the company from that perspective and the car is also great and two weeks in have zero regrets on going for it. Last week did a drive from Oxford to Luton and back with the car averaging 57mpg on the complete journey - considering the car had only 300 miles from new at that point I was happy and expect that to increase as the car runs in.
Edited by: "russmw" 13th Jun
but you can buy a dacia sombrero for 7K
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Here we got again...
Had one of these (in the FR TSI 115 spec) delivered 2 weeks on a lease through nationwide vehicle contracts. The process was really easy from initial order to taking delivery of the car so recommend the company from that perspective and the car is also great and two weeks in have zero regrets on going for it. Last week did a drive from Oxford to Luton and back with the car averaging 57mpg on the complete journey - considering the car had only 300 miles from new at that point I was happy and expect that to increase as the car runs in.
Edited by: "russmw" 13th Jun
but you can buy a dacia sombrero for 7K
lumsdot13/06/2019 14:08

but you can buy a dacia sombrero for 7K


Down from £24k. Don't forget that!
lumsdot13/06/2019 14:08

but you can buy a dacia sombrero for 7K


Is that the 5 gear model though?
Cold because of the complete lack of detail. Engine size,petrol/diesel, auto/manual I’m all for not posting every detail about a product but the basics should be there. It’s just lazy
Plus for under £13 a month more £450 less deposit over the 3 years it’s works out about 30p more. I know I’d rather stump up less for a bit each more over 3 years. Especially as it don’t cost u anymore really.
37853833-zakkA.jpgid rather get this from vertu leasing with no upfront payment
Philjames9913/06/2019 18:57

[Image] id rather get this from vertu leasing with no upfront payment


Higher cost on a net basis.
m5rcc14/06/2019 11:36

Higher cost on a net basis.


Agreed but the terms across the two deals are not the same. The same 1+36 deal on a Tucson (10k miles) is £212.40 net/month and doesnt require any upfront capital. The RRP of the Arona is £20.5k and the Tucson deal is arguably more valuable as its RRP is £22.5k (according to the manufacturers websites).

My personal preference is a shorter 24 month term as I like to change cars frequently and the low upfront costs, whilst I can afford them, mean that I can just use my car allowance to cover the costs each month. What I mean by that is that for the sake of £8 per month in this example (difference in net/month cost) I would opt for the slightly higher monthly cost rather than stumping up 9 months rentals in advance.

I tried to submit the Tucson as a a separate deal but was blocked by mods due to the provider not being listed before.
Philjames9914/06/2019 14:14

Agreed but the terms across the two deals are not the same.


You are the one who brought the Tucson into the conversation...
Dumb question. What happens AFTER the 36 months?

Does the car become mine? And I have zero further costs?
Thanks
MarioMan15/06/2019 07:39

Dumb question. What happens AFTER the 36 months? Does the car become …Dumb question. What happens AFTER the 36 months? Does the car become mine? And I have zero further costs? Thanks


Your trolling right?
MarioMan15/06/2019 07:39

Dumb question. What happens AFTER the 36 months? Does the car become …Dumb question. What happens AFTER the 36 months? Does the car become mine? And I have zero further costs? Thanks


You hand it back and choose another lease deal. Some have the option of a final balloon payment and then the car is yours.
Tha_Likely_Lad15/06/2019 07:44

Your trolling right?


No seriously. Hate cars and driving
10penceshort15/06/2019 07:45

You hand it back and choose another lease deal. Some have the option of a …You hand it back and choose another lease deal. Some have the option of a final balloon payment and then the car is yours.


Ohh okay thank you for that. To also confirm, who would be liable for the road tax, MOT and insurance? I'm guessing insurance will be me and road tax and mot the lease company?Thanks
MarioMan15/06/2019 07:53

To also confirm, who would be liable for the road tax, MOT and insurance? …To also confirm, who would be liable for the road tax, MOT and insurance? I'm guessing insurance will be me and road tax and mot the lease company?Thanks


Lease company normally pay the tax, new cars don’t need MOT’s for 3 years and you will be responsible for insurance
But you could buy a second hand car.....
You don't actually own it......
But you could get a ( insert car model here)..

Wanted to get these comments in before anyone else as these are the common things said on lease and PCP deals.....
Before this thread like so many others before it turns into a lease or no lease argument, let's just be clear. Leasing is not for everyone but many people prefer and benefit from it, so those who want to lease and think it's a good leave them alone. Those who are happy to drive around in a 10 year old vehicle that they bought for less than a packet of fags than good on you too, it works for you and your budgets and maybe you prefer spending your well earned elsewhere like nice holidays, holiday homes etc. So each to their own, let's keep this thread about the actual deal v other leasing deals and vehicle itself. Personally I have driven the Arona and it's actually a good fun vehicle, it lacks quality in some areas and the boot I thought should be bigger for the type of person.likely to buy this, but it does alot of things right. This is a decent price and works out £5k over 2 years, about 25% of rrp which ain't bad.
M_z13/06/2019 15:03

Is that the 5 gear model though?


no DSG
Same sort of price I'm looking to pay for my next car....you can get a 2016 swift sport for that
y_am_I_buying_this13/06/2019 18:17

Cold because of the complete lack of detail. Engine size,petrol/diesel, …Cold because of the complete lack of detail. Engine size,petrol/diesel, auto/manual I’m all for not posting every detail about a product but the basics should be there. It’s just lazy



Agree. Also “9 month advance rental” implies that you’re just paying 9 months of your lease term in advance, when in reality it’s an initial additional payment.
In 99% OF cases you're better off buying the car and then selling it whenever you want.
No mileage limits, fees to fix the scratch someone made on your door, etc.
Decent deal this, voted hot.

Car isn’t my cup of tea, but it’s reassuring to see an emergence of lease deals again these past few weeks
russmw13/06/2019 13:57

Had one of these (in the FR TSI 115 spec) delivered 2 weeks on a lease …Had one of these (in the FR TSI 115 spec) delivered 2 weeks on a lease through nationwide vehicle contracts. The process was really easy from initial order to taking delivery of the car so recommend the company from that perspective and the car is also great and two weeks in have zero regrets on going for it. Last week did a drive from Oxford to Luton and back with the car averaging 57mpg on the complete journey - considering the car had only 300 miles from new at that point I was happy and expect that to increase as the car runs in.


Hi, did you buy it on 24 month lease or 36? If so, how much did you pay for it?
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