Seat Arona Lease Deal - 10k - 24 Months £4788.08 @ Hot Car Leasing
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Seat Arona Lease Deal - 10k - 24 Months £4788.08 @ Hot Car Leasing

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Found 19th Mar
2911910.jpgArona 1.0 TSI SE 5dr DSG

£92.96 inc VAT per month
Initial Payment £2,400.00inc VAT
Booking Fee £250
10,000 miles per year

Good deal for a brand new model!
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Isn't that £4788.08?
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me_lee2 m ago

Isn't that £4788.08?



How do you get that figure please @me_lee ?
(£92.96 x 24) + £2400 + £250 = £4881.04
andywedge2 m ago

How do you get that figure please @me_lee ?(£92.96 x 24) + £2400 + £250 = £ …How do you get that figure please @me_lee ?(£92.96 x 24) + £2400 + £250 = £4881.04



It's 23 payments of £92.96, not 24.
It's worth checking that's the 115 engine. Recent deals have been for the 1.0 TSI 115 SE Technology which can be had for not much more.
It is 23 × 92.96, the 24th payment is included in the £2400 initial rental as far as I understand it.
That is a big outlay, similar total amounts are available for much less upfront.
Edited by: "naepace" 19th Mar
There's better deals out there. Do search for them.
mittromney2 m ago

There's better deals out there. Do search for them.


Agree. Try North Wales SEAT for a quote, they were the cheapest for me, which my local dealer then matched.
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me_lee47 m ago

It's 23 payments of £92.96, not 24.



naepace44 m ago

It is 23 × 92.96, the 24th payment is included in the £2400 initial rental …It is 23 × 92.96, the 24th payment is included in the £2400 initial rental as far as I understand it.That is a big outlay, similar total amounts are available for much less upfront.



That's what I always understood i.e the first payment is the big outlay followed by 11m / 23m / 35m etc at the monthly rate, until I got destroyed in a Lease thread a while back for even suggesting that and was told in no uncertain terms it's the huge outlay plus 12m / 24m / 36m etc.
If anyone can find on this deal where it says which (and provide a link / screen shot) I'd be grateful. I've gone through checkout and it still isn't clear.
One thing worth nothing with this high initial rental deals, is what happens if you crash it. Most often, insurers pay out, you have no more lease to pay, but you don't get your initial back either.
KentishLad2 m ago

One thing worth nothing with this high initial rental deals, is what …One thing worth nothing with this high initial rental deals, is what happens if you crash it. Most often, insurers pay out, you have no more lease to pay, but you don't get your initial back either.


You can 'cover' your initial rental with some Gap products
andywedge7 m ago

That's what I always understood i.e the first payment is the big outlay …That's what I always understood i.e the first payment is the big outlay followed by 11m / 23m / 35m etc at the monthly rate, until I got destroyed in a Lease thread a while back for even suggesting that and was told in no uncertain terms it's the huge outlay plus 12m / 24m / 36m etc.If anyone can find on this deal where it says which (and provide a link / screen shot) I'd be grateful. I've gone through checkout and it still isn't clear.


33472086-w8kSW.jpgBest way would be to request a formal quote. Here's an example quote I received which states initial + 23 payments thereafter.
me_lee1 h, 1 m ago

It's worth checking that's the 115 engine. Recent deals have been for the …It's worth checking that's the 115 engine. Recent deals have been for the 1.0 TSI 115 SE Technology which can be had for not much more.


The Auto DSG box is only available with the 115PS in Petrol.
Edited by: "maui" 19th Mar
Leasehub are cheaper.

Same car:

1+23 @ £176
£250 admin fee
8k miles
3.6p excess mileage.


Like for like deal is £4618 over 24 months.
Does anyone know interest free places where they do leasing also !
SD301313 m ago

Leasehub are cheaper.Same car:1+23 @ £176£250 admin fee8k miles3.6p excess …Leasehub are cheaper.Same car:1+23 @ £176£250 admin fee8k miles3.6p excess mileage.Like for like deal is £4618 over 24 months.


Beat that with North Wales Seat:
whatcar.com/car…97/

Works out as £4537 /24 months. I'm personally looking at the SE Tech which seems to get better deals than the SE.
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Thanks ^^^^ @naepace
Is it true that there's no alarm in the SE models?
joco2027 m ago

Is it true that there's no alarm in the SE models?


Apparently so, yes.
judgezub151 h, 4 m ago

Does anyone know interest free places where they do leasing also !


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judgezub151 h, 20 m ago

Does anyone know interest free places where they do leasing also !


This is a confusing question
Thanks, op! Got the calculator out yet again, and before you know it, 2 hours has passed!!
joco20232 m ago

Is it true that there's no alarm in the SE models?


Yes nor SE Tech. Strange I know... But then does anyone care about a car alarm going off these days?
the olds have just bought one of these. nice car.
Cracking price but not convinced by these tiny engines. When I hire a fiesta 1.0 averages about 45 mpg... Which my 7 year bm does and that has torque
maui1 h, 35 m ago

Beat that with North Wales …Beat that with North Wales Seat:https://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/deals/personal/seat/arona-hatchback/10-tsi-115-se-5dr-dsg/2436396/36329797/Works out as £4537 /24 months. I'm personally looking at the SE Tech which seems to get better deals than the SE.


If the excess mileage is the same that's a good deal, shame Leasehub have the admin fee as they're cheaper without it
SD301312 h, 28 m ago

Leasehub are cheaper.Same car:1+23 @ £176£250 admin fee8k miles3.6p excess …Leasehub are cheaper.Same car:1+23 @ £176£250 admin fee8k miles3.6p excess mileage.Like for like deal is £4618 over 24 months.


Seat's rates for excess miles always seem to be very reasonable.
curr10 h, 46 m ago

Cracking price but not convinced by these tiny engines. When I hire a …Cracking price but not convinced by these tiny engines. When I hire a fiesta 1.0 averages about 45 mpg... Which my 7 year bm does and that has torque


They're fine around town and OK for the odd motorway journey. They are tuned to deliver their torque quite low down in the rev range. This engine has more guts than the 1.8 petrol Mondeo that I had a few years ago.

The mpg they deliver around town is very good but it takes a dive on the motorway.
Anyone used Hot Car Leasing before? What are they like? Do they sting you when you return the car? I'm new to leasing and looking to get a leased car soon and wondered what to look out for and the best companies to use please?
Phene1 h, 54 m ago

Anyone used Hot Car Leasing before? What are they like? Do they sting you …Anyone used Hot Car Leasing before? What are they like? Do they sting you when you return the car? I'm new to leasing and looking to get a leased car soon and wondered what to look out for and the best companies to use please?


Your lease would almost certainly be with Seat Financial Services (or whatever it's called).
A 1.0 engine on a bigger SUV like this sounds very underpowered.
k40213 h, 48 m ago

A 1.0 engine on a bigger SUV like this sounds very underpowered.


I would think of this as a small SUV. Engine capacity numbers mean little these days, much better to look at torque, delivery and power or, better still, read reviews of this variant which say it's more than powerful enough for around town plus the odd motorway journey.

Or, even better, test drive one ;).
Edited by: "me_lee" 21st Mar
Kind of odd having such a huge initial payment but I guess it gives you a super low monthly payment.

However, the total price isn't even that low and I found it for £4,692.40 over two-years after a two-minute search.

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KentishLad19th Mar

One thing worth nothing with this high initial rental deals, is what …One thing worth nothing with this high initial rental deals, is what happens if you crash it. Most often, insurers pay out, you have no more lease to pay, but you don't get your initial back either.


I took out extra insurance which refunds your deposit, only cost £100 for 2 years cover so well worth it imo
dvallance4 h, 25 m ago

Kind of odd having such a huge initial payment but I guess it gives you a …Kind of odd having such a huge initial payment but I guess it gives you a super low monthly payment.However, the total price isn't even that low and I found it for £4,692.40 over two-years after a two-minute search.[Image]


Yeah I'm a bit mystified by the 'heat' as well, not a terrible deal but it is available cheaper. Personally I think it's worth going up a trim level to SE Tech for a little extra over the term.
Slowly coming round the the idea of leasing a car, after years of dismissing the idea.

Was always of the mind that I'd hate paying for a car every month that I handed back after 2-3 years.

Then of course, I get 'itchy feet' with cars, and end up trading them in for something else before, or as soon as they're paid for, with another monthly payment.

Thus, I'm thinking I may as well lease, and at least have a brand new car every 2 or 3 years!

Looking around, I like the Seat Arona, and the Ateca, but looking to keep monthly payments at about £170/month max.

There is also the added complication of my current car, which has some finance left on it. I need a car for commuting to work, so selling mine first and settling the fiance before doing a lease deal, isn't an option. I cant be without a car.

Do lease companies take part exchanges like car dealers do?

Alternatively, I may visit a Seat dealer and see what PCH deals they can do, where they may take my current car as part of the deal.
CreditPlus (moneygram) after 2weeks and contract sign for finance used car DS4 - 2013 (£ 6000 ) + £1500 deposit , refused I don't know why. It's easier leasing than finance for buy a car? I am thinking to use this deposit to try a leasing now
mkara19th Mar

This is a confusing question


Companies when the lease a car to someone they apply a certain interest on top do they not? I'm asking are there any companies that don't apply the interest.. I may have got it mixed up with purchase hire I'm not sure correct me if I'm wrong.
johnson29322nd Mar

Slowly coming round the the idea of leasing a car, after years of …Slowly coming round the the idea of leasing a car, after years of dismissing the idea.Was always of the mind that I'd hate paying for a car every month that I handed back after 2-3 years.Then of course, I get 'itchy feet' with cars, and end up trading them in for something else before, or as soon as they're paid for, with another monthly payment.Thus, I'm thinking I may as well lease, and at least have a brand new car every 2 or 3 years!Looking around, I like the Seat Arona, and the Ateca, but looking to keep monthly payments at about £170/month max.There is also the added complication of my current car, which has some finance left on it. I need a car for commuting to work, so selling mine first and settling the fiance before doing a lease deal, isn't an option. I cant be without a car.Do lease companies take part exchanges like car dealers do?Alternatively, I may visit a Seat dealer and see what PCH deals they can do, where they may take my current car as part of the deal.


I am about to sign a deal for the Arona SE Tech 115PS DSG £170.75/m over 36 months with £1024.50 initial - with 8000mpa. If that's any help it's with Stoneacre Seat via whatcar. Local dealer could not match as stoneacre are offering cashback on the initial.
maui41 m ago

I am about to sign a deal for the Arona SE Tech 115PS DSG £170.75/m over …I am about to sign a deal for the Arona SE Tech 115PS DSG £170.75/m over 36 months with £1024.50 initial - with 8000mpa. If that's any help it's with Stoneacre Seat via whatcar. Local dealer could not match as stoneacre are offering cashback on the initial.


Have you idea if poor credit I can get leasing?
maui18 h, 31 m ago

I am about to sign a deal for the Arona SE Tech 115PS DSG £170.75/m over …I am about to sign a deal for the Arona SE Tech 115PS DSG £170.75/m over 36 months with £1024.50 initial - with 8000mpa. If that's any help it's with Stoneacre Seat via whatcar. Local dealer could not match as stoneacre are offering cashback on the initial.


I got the same but £175.74 via Stoneacre for 10k pa, seems to be the best deal around. Got the cash back check in the post 3 days after the car was delivered. Cracking car, engine is absolutely fine on the motorway/ up hills with a couple of passengers , although you won't win any drag races. It's much quieter than the reviews would have you believe and the infotainment with Carplay/Android Auto is fantastic. The only downsides I can find after a month is the petrol tank is smaller than you would expect and there's no arm rest up front or coat hangers/grab handles in the back. Also the dash is a bit on the plain side. The DSG is flawless once you get to grips with how it thinks and makes driving a lot more relaxing. The autonomous braking has already helped me out once after someone pulled out unexpectedly, which was exciting.
MyDogIsWeak6 h, 21 m ago

I got the same but £175.74 via Stoneacre for 10k pa, seems to be the best …I got the same but £175.74 via Stoneacre for 10k pa, seems to be the best deal around. Got the cash back check in the post 3 days after the car was delivered. Cracking car, engine is absolutely fine on the motorway/ up hills with a couple of passengers , although you won't win any drag races. It's much quieter than the reviews would have you believe and the infotainment with Carplay/Android Auto is fantastic. The only downsides I can find after a month is the petrol tank is smaller than you would expect and there's no arm rest up front or coat hangers/grab handles in the back. Also the dash is a bit on the plain side. The DSG is flawless once you get to grips with how it thinks and makes driving a lot more relaxing. The autonomous braking has already helped me out once after someone pulled out unexpectedly, which was exciting.


Thanks for taking the time to post that - first time leasing so glad to hear it was smooth through Stoneacre. This will be the wife's daily drive, but was impressed with the feel and quality of the car during a test drive.
Have an (almost) fully spec'd '16 Audi A4 DSG with many things in common - but in a different class and for the difference in price is not as big a step down as you think!
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