Seat Ibiza 1.2TSI 3 dr Black Special Edition £139pm no deposit on PCP inc deposit contribuion of over £5k!! @ planyourcar
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Seat Ibiza 1.2TSI 3 dr Black Special Edition £139pm no deposit on PCP inc deposit contribuion of over £5k!! @ planyourcar

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Found 18th Jun 2015
Yesterday I received my Seat Leon FR that I posted in March from these guys. Purchase was slick and hassle free and pleasingly a couple of issues I had on delivery (no fault of theirs) have been dealt with. My previous was a Seat Ibiza which was fantastic

Nice looking car with a few good visual upgrades on it.

5 year PCP deal. Long contract but at least you get the option to own it at the end.

10k per annum mileage allowance but only 3p a mile extra (£30 per extra 1k miles)

Spec:
1.2TSI (105ps) engine - smooth and efficient but plenty of torque
Air Con
17" Black Edition Alloys
Seat Portable Navigation System
DAB Radio
Cruise Control
Twin Exhaust Pipes
Sports Suspension

I think from memory Seat do a monthly service plan which might be worth considering.

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Quite strange to have a 5 year deal! Doubt you would want to keep this kind of car for that long.
The headline monthly rate is pretty good for a private buyer though,

Just be aware this could get very messy after 3 years (assuming that is when the manufacturers warranty ends) and MOT and more servicing/parts are required.

Joe90_guy

Scary pistons in these FSI … Scary pistons in these FSI engines...https://1200cctsiengine.wordpress.com/other-cases-of-tsi-engines-defects/



According to your own link there, that problem was sorted with a revised engine back in 2012. Not sure why its relevant unless you just like scaremongering?

so how much is the car then???

Original Poster

If you buy the car at the end it works out at £12.3k but depends on what you decide to do at the end of the contract.

Looks good

faisal_uk

Just be aware this could get very messy after 3 years (assuming that is … Just be aware this could get very messy after 3 years (assuming that is when the manufacturers warranty ends) and MOT and more servicing/parts are required.



After the manufacturers guarantee is expired, you have 3 choices:

- Pay for the repairs yourself
- Claim against the selling dealer under the SOGA
- Claim against the finance company under the SOGA

Since the finance company has a vested interest in the car, you'll find they're normally easier to manoeuvre than the dealer.

So what happens at the end of the 5 years, do you have to make the optional balloon payment of £3,868.10 to keep the car and if not hand it back?

Original Poster

Normally with PCP you trade it in against another car, pay the balloon or hand it back.

Original Poster

faisal_uk

Quite strange to have a 5 year deal! Doubt you would want to keep this … Quite strange to have a 5 year deal! Doubt you would want to keep this kind of car for that long.The headline monthly rate is pretty good for a private buyer though,Just be aware this could get very messy after 3 years (assuming that is when the manufacturers warranty ends) and MOT and more servicing/parts are required.


A lot of PCP are 48 months + these days. At least with this you don't get a big balloon.
Things could get messy but it is very unlikely given the quality. If you are that worried then extend the warranty for a couple of hundred
Edited by: "Philim" 19th Jun 2015

Philim

A lot of PCP are 48 months + these days. At least with this you don't get … A lot of PCP are 48 months + these days. At least with this you don't get a big balloon. Things could get messy but it is very unlikely given the quality. If you are that worried then extend the warranty for a couple of hundred



Ok, sounds fair enough although it still seems too long a deal for me!
If you want more flexibility I would probably prefer to buy a 1 year old model (around £9-10K) and then sell it on when needed. Although I agree the need for no lump sum upfront is more attractive for a lot of people.

[I have looked at this model before on the 2nd hand market and it does seem pretty good vaule for money and fairly cheap running costs by the way]

Original Poster

faisal_uk

Ok, sounds fair enough although it still seems too long a deal for me!If … Ok, sounds fair enough although it still seems too long a deal for me!If you want more flexibility I would probably prefer to buy a 1 year old model (around £9-10K) and then sell it on when needed. Although I agree the need for no lump sum upfront is more attractive for a lot of people.[I have looked at this model before on the 2nd hand market and it does seem pretty good vaule for money and fairly cheap running costs by the way]


This is brand new for 10k.
Edited by: "Philim" 19th Jun 2015

I would post car deals but Im not allowed. HUKD remove mine because Im part of a car dealer network. i gain nothing. I would only share top offers. But apparently thats self promotion. However I suspect if a customer posted the same deal it too would be removed. HUKD are quite selective to what suits them!

Original Poster

Congratulations. I hope you enjoy it.
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