SEAT ARONA1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr 24 month (6+23), 10k lease @ JET Vehicle Finance - Total Cost - £4,881.07
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 SEAT ARONA1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr 24 month (6+23), 10k lease @ JET Vehicle Finance - Total Cost - £4,881.07

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Found 6th Mar
Been looking at these and this is the cheapest I can find anywhere at the moment on a 24 month lease, 6 + 23, 10k miles
Initial Rental - £978.86
23 monthly rentals - £163.14
Admin Fee - £149.99
It works out at around 29% of RRP which I know is higher than ideal but I can't find any better. So if you want one....

Winner of WhatCar's best small SUV 2018, and spec they recommend as best value.
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naepace2 h, 13 m ago

Is that a better option ? I must admit I don't fully understand the whole …Is that a better option ? I must admit I don't fully understand the whole DSG thing


Once you go Auto/DSG you will laugh at all the fools who change gear 1000 timesa day....it is one of the anomalies of life that the UK never really embraced auto cars
Edited by: "Aeschylus" 7th Mar
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Get a quote from Leasehub, seems quite a little bit cheaper.

£159 p/m for same car and deal details according to a popular leasing comparison site which is banned on here.
Edited by: "Broadsword" 6th Mar
Good deal. I'll be getting one of these when I return my ateca, hopefully this price will hang around
Broadsword33 m ago

Get a quote from Leasehub, seems quite a little bit cheaper.£159 p/m for …Get a quote from Leasehub, seems quite a little bit cheaper.£159 p/m for same car and deal details according to a popular leasing comparison site which is banned on here.


I received a quote from them which wasn't exactly as advertised on CHL (£4873) not that much different but a little more expensive than what Jet quoted, all in.
Edited by: "naepace" 6th Mar
Also its cheaper for the SE DSG version. I know you get a few extras with the tech but the nav is likely naff anyway like it is in my passat. Can use carplay from your phone for that. Dont think its worth the extra £12 per month.
what size car does this compare as?
too many small SUV/crossover variants and models now I can't keep up
Its a small SUV, so think VW T Roc, Pug 2008 etc.
It's actually a little smaller than a VW T-Roc. The T-Cross will be the VW equivalent.

Available with £2k discount from Broadspeed. So you'd need to clear at least £16k after 2 years to beat this if you bought outright, which seems unlikely.
So the T Roc sits as an equivalent between the Arona and Ateca then with the T Cross below all of them? Damn it is confusing out there. Wasnt sure there be much point in going smaller for an SUV.
Edited by: "Broadsword" 6th Mar
Winner now, but in January it seems it came 5th? Skoda Karoq won Here (but didn't feature in any price catogery win in the awards!). What will win in May, July, September, November? I guess it depends on what car VAG writes on the large brown envelope filled with cash!
Broadsword8 m ago

So the T Roc sits as an equivalent between the Arona and Ateca then with …So the T Roc sits as an equivalent between the Arona and Ateca then with the T Cross below all of them? Damn it is confusing out there. Wasnt sure there be much point in going smaller for an SUV.


T-Roc = Golf
T-Cross = Polo
Ateca = Leon
Arona = Ibiza
So where does the Tiguan sit then? Thought that was a golf too. The Areca is considerably larger than the t-roc such that it cannot be reasonably compared to it.
Edited by: "Broadsword" 6th Mar
less than £2/month more for the DSG
Eta is June 2018
loofer7 h, 9 m ago

less than £2/month more for the DSG


Is that a better option ? I must admit I don't fully understand the whole DSG thing
Great another generic SUV
naepace37 m ago

Is that a better option ? I must admit I don't fully understand the whole …Is that a better option ? I must admit I don't fully understand the whole DSG thing


DSG is the auto option. Its a double clutch gearbox and once you have tried it/owned a car with it, you'll be smitten!
Edited by: "Flyingzard" 7th Mar
Broadsword9 h, 31 m ago

Get a quote from Leasehub, seems quite a little bit cheaper.£159 p/m for …Get a quote from Leasehub, seems quite a little bit cheaper.£159 p/m for same car and deal details according to a popular leasing comparison site which is banned on here.


Not sure how to ask this. But which comparison? And why is t banned?
General question. I've seen 25% is a good deal and 20% is a great deal mentioned before. I'm guessing this applies to list price for a two year lease. What's the target for a three year lease? And how do you reconcile this with a car that has a significant discount for a new purchase? There are a few about that are listed at around 30k available for about 24k. Anyone got an insight? Google didn't help much.
mikedunne5454 m ago

General question. I've seen 25% is a good deal and 20% is a great deal …General question. I've seen 25% is a good deal and 20% is a great deal mentioned before. I'm guessing this applies to list price for a two year lease. What's the target for a three year lease? And how do you reconcile this with a car that has a significant discount for a new purchase? There are a few about that are listed at around 30k available for about 24k. Anyone got an insight? Google didn't help much.


You also have the mileage to consider !
naepace2 h, 13 m ago

Is that a better option ? I must admit I don't fully understand the whole …Is that a better option ? I must admit I don't fully understand the whole DSG thing


Once you go Auto/DSG you will laugh at all the fools who change gear 1000 timesa day....it is one of the anomalies of life that the UK never really embraced auto cars
Edited by: "Aeschylus" 7th Mar
Broadsword9 h, 28 m ago

So where does the Tiguan sit then? Thought that was a golf too. The Areca …So where does the Tiguan sit then? Thought that was a golf too. The Areca is considerably larger than the t-roc such that it cannot be reasonably compared to it.


The Tiguan is MQB-based which accounts for both small medium and large medium cars, i.e the SEAT Ateca/Skoda Karoq and the Skoda Kodiaq/SEAT Tarraco respectively.

The Golf and T-Roc are also MQB-based too.
Aeschylus23 m ago

Once you go Auto/DSG you will laugh at all the fools who change gear 1000 …Once you go Auto/DSG you will laugh at all the fools who change gear 1000 timesa day....it is one of the anomalies of life that the UK never really embraced auto cars


For the simple reason that it takes away any enjoyment from driving. That and the fact the majority of people still do not know how to drive automatic cars correctly and safely.
Flyingzard1 h, 59 m ago

DSG is the auto option. Its a double clutch gearbox and once you have …DSG is the auto option. Its a double clutch gearbox and once you have tried it/owned a car with it, you'll be smitten!


Unless you've been a VAG car owner and suffered with the DQ200 7-speed dual dry clutch transmission.
m5rcc25 m ago

Unless you've been a VAG car owner and suffered with the DQ200 7-speed …Unless you've been a VAG car owner and suffered with the DQ200 7-speed dual dry clutch transmission.


Well as most people commute consists of sitting in traffic, I am not sure of the enjoyment there, in fact looking at my cars computer my average speed is 18MPH I suspect most peoples are about the same.

anyway I do agree with you about the dry clutch from VAG and I would always be hesitant to have a DSG out of warranty unless you like a 2K repair bill
Aeschylus4 m ago

Well as most people commute consists of sitting in traffic, I am not sure …Well as most people commute consists of sitting in traffic, I am not sure of the enjoyment there, in fact looking at my cars computer my average speed is 18MPH I suspect most peoples are about the same.anyway I do agree with you about the dry clutch from VAG and I would always be hesitant to have a DSG out of warranty unless you like a 2K repair bill


Most people? I live in London and don't sit in traffic because I avoid peak traffic.

Let us not forget the hesitation of DSGs approaching junctions, in-built to the ECU to protect the transmission. Avoid at all costs.
I've been keeping an eye on the price of these for the last 3 weeks - give or take a couple of quid, this is around the price this model has been for that entire time and it can be had on a 1+23 deal for the same money.

A decent car for a reasonable price but I would be steering clear of the 1 litre unless most of my driving was around town. I've got my eye on the 1.5.

As for the DSG option, I have the DSG box in my Yeti. It does have a bit of hesitancy at junctions but you just adapt your driving style accordingly. It's not that exciting, but then again neither is a 1 litre Arona.
Edited by: "me_lee" 13th Mar
me_lee28 m ago

I've been keeping an eye on the price of these for the last 3 weeks - give …I've been keeping an eye on the price of these for the last 3 weeks - give or take a couple of quid, this is around the price this model has been for that entire time and it can be had on a 1+23 deal for the same money.A decent car for a reasonable price but I would be steering clear of the 1 litre unless most of my driving was around town. I've got my eye on the 1.4.As for the DSG option, I have the DSG box in my Yeti. It does have a bit of hesitancy at junctions but you just adapt your driving style accordingly. It's not that exciting, but then again neither is a 1 litre Arona.


Keep the Yeti, it's roomier and more distinctive.
m5rcc3 h, 44 m ago

For the simple reason that it takes away any enjoyment from driving. That …For the simple reason that it takes away any enjoyment from driving. That and the fact the majority of people still do not know how to drive automatic cars correctly and safely.


Takes away any enjoyment from driving? - that's what those little paddles behing the steering wheel are for. Ask Lewis Hamilton ...
DonDraper16 m ago

Takes away any enjoyment from driving? - that's what those little paddles …Takes away any enjoyment from driving? - that's what those little paddles behing the steering wheel are for. Ask Lewis Hamilton ...


He doesn't need to use those paddles at all: Formula 1 cars use semi-automatic, seamless-shift gearboxes. Other than a standing start, the driver is not required to manually operate the clutch, nor is he required to lift off the accelerator when changing up through the gears...
Gozer37 m ago

Keep the Yeti, it's roomier and more distinctive.


I would keep it but it's a lease that's due to end soon... (from a deal found on here).

I'll probably end up with an Ateca or a Tiguan but I'm just keeping my eye out for any bargains.
What is 6 + 23?
me_lee23 m ago

Must. Resist. Sarcastic. Answer. Must. Resist. Sarcastic. Answer. http://www.skyfleetcarleasing.co.uk/blog/understanding-a-car-lease-payment-profile/


Admirable restraint
29 not me hehe
Cold ,, too high. It is not best value for your money mate !!
Doesn't matter if you can find it cheaper or not but I don't think it is worth spending this much money on PCH.
Anyone found a decent deal for an auto version?
telcoengr34 m ago

Cold ,, too high. It is not best value for your money mate !!Doesn't …Cold ,, too high. It is not best value for your money mate !!Doesn't matter if you can find it cheaper or not but I don't think it is worth spending this much money on PCH.


You got an alternative in mind, open to anything reasonably sized for under 5 grand all in over 2 years.
romeospadre55 m ago

Anyone found a decent deal for an auto version?


as above, plus a couple of quid a month are available if that is any good
romeospadre1 h, 4 m ago

Anyone found a decent deal for an auto version?



The Auto version is on Central UK for £5191 on a 1+23 @ 10k miles including 'free' metallic paint.

Seat's excess mileage charges for these seem to be quite low so it's not really worth over-egging your expected mileage "Just in case".
Edited by: "me_lee" 7th Mar
me_lee31 m ago

The Auto version is on Central UK for £5191 on a 1+23 @ 10k miles …The Auto version is on Central UK for £5191 on a 1+23 @ 10k miles including 'free' metallic paint.Seat's excess mileage charges for these seem to be quite low so it's not really worth over-egging your expected mileage "Just in case".


Same deal on leasehub for £4980
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