SEAT Ibiza 1.4 SE 3dr PCH 3+23, 10k miles/yr inc. maintenance £151/month inc. VAT @ Lease your next car
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SEAT Ibiza 1.4 SE 3dr PCH 3+23, 10k miles/yr inc. maintenance £151/month inc. VAT @ Lease your next car

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Found 3rd Jan 2014
Having missed out on the Nissan Juke deal posted on here a couple of months ago I was looking into buying my next car on PCH.

I came across this, as I was looking for something which was cheaper than depreciation if buying new and also around the £4k mark in total over 2yrs.

This is a cracking deal especially as it includes maintenance too (servicing and tyres).

If you play around with the options you can get cheaper deals but the 3+23 with maintenance seems to be the best choice: All options are with 10,000 miles PA and are on a personal lease so all VAT is included.

3+23 with maintenance = £151/month total £3,926
3+23 without maintenance = £146/month total £3796.

The 6+23 equivalents are £3915 and £3799 so a no-brainer for the lower initial cost.

2yr old cars on Autotrader are coming out at £7k, list price is £12k. Ad states this deal is for this month only.

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Not my kinda car but a superb deal indeed

That is a great leasing deal. Over 2 years, no MOT, low tax, and as you say maintenance and tyres!

Hot!

Cracking deal if true

I assume this is the Toca?

By the way OP, when i go to the link it says I'm logged in and has a hotmail address...if it's yours then log out and re link

EDIT: Seems fine now...maybe was a one off since it defo wasn't my email
Edited by: "jay-uk" 3rd Jan 2014

3+23 with maintenance = £151/month total £3,926

Which equates to approximately £40.00 p/w for two years

Sounds good providing you can stay beneath the mileage limit

Need to find out if they charge an admin fee (usually around 150 quid)

does 3 + 23 mean a deposit of £453 then 23 x 151?

Damage

does 3 + 23 mean a deposit of £453 then 23 x 151?



Exactly that

Awesome deal - But I couldn't drive a 1.4 Ibiza around for 2 years.. So not for me

Currently drive a BMW 650i, which is a depreciation disaster which I picked up for the cost of a new Ibiza.. But I have deep pockets for when things go wrong


Edited by: "manbearpig" 3rd Jan 2014

jay-uk

By the way OP, when i go to the link it says I'm logged in and has a … By the way OP, when i go to the link it says I'm logged in and has a hotmail address...if it's yours then log out and re linkEDIT: Seems fine now...maybe was a one off since it defo wasn't my email



same happened to me (khat*******hotmail.com)

glesgabhoy1888

same happened to me (khat*******hotmail.com)



same happened to me too still logged in under above email!! good find tho have some heat

Prefer these over a Skoda Fabia anyday, nice engine the 1.4 and great price at dealers at the moment. Providing you return the car in reasonable condition these PCH deals are a good bet as I guess the Fabia ,Polo and Ibiza will all be replaced with new floor pans and bodywork this year and residuals will take a hit making this deal even more attractive.

manbearpig

Awesome deal - But I couldn't drive a 1.4 Ibiza around for 2 years.. So … Awesome deal - But I couldn't drive a 1.4 Ibiza around for 2 years.. So not for meCurrently drive a BMW 650i, which is a depreciation disaster which I picked up for the cost of a new Ibiza.. But I have deep pockets for when things go wrong



get a 3rd party warranty to hopefully protect you against the big stuff

Heat. Amazing price

Do you actually own the car out right after two years?
Edited by: "eaxlns" 4th Jan 2014

manbearpig

Awesome deal - But I couldn't drive a 1.4 Ibiza around for 2 years.. So … Awesome deal - But I couldn't drive a 1.4 Ibiza around for 2 years.. So not for meCurrently drive a BMW 650i, which is a depreciation disaster which I picked up for the cost of a new Ibiza.. But I have deep pockets for when things go wrong



Pah ha ha ha

I can't even

Pah ha ha ha

I got logged in with the OPs email too, perhaps a MOD can break the link til the OP sorts it.

Also shows the site has crap security....

eaxlns

Do you actually own the car out right after two years?



Thats what always confuses me too.

Jonnyblock

Thats what always confuses me too.



No. You give it back

royals

get a 3rd party warranty to hopefully protect you against the big stuff




You'd be surprised. The big V8s are pretty reliable!

To be be honest all costs minus fuel it's cost is very similar to this the Ibiza. However, of course there could be a £2k bill around the corner - the risk I take to drive the beast!
Fuel is a killer though.. 20mpg average! But I do 5000 miles a year, so worth the joy it gives me. We earn some money for pleasure don't we?

eaxlns

Do you actually own the car out right after two years?



No, your just basically hiring it for two years, give it back at the end.

I think it's fair to say that you won't own the car after the lease term ends but I've heard horror stories of people owing loads of money at the end of these deals. A friend had to cough up £600 for new tyres on a similar deal but I can see that this would be covered in the monthly cost here.

Does anyone know whether there are any hidden costs when the car is returned or how the process works? I'm genuinely interested in this deal but have never done one before and have always bought my cars outright

No you don't own the car the OP is saying:

Buy one for £12k and sell it for £7k in 3 years time (total cost £5000)
OR
Buy one for £151 PM (total cost of £3926 over 3 years). So a saving of roughly £1000.

The problem is the list price of £12k might be negotiable so you could end up paying more over 3 years using the OPs method however you've obviously not got to find £12,000ish with this method so will be better for most people.

Just happened when i went there aswell

does this come with insurance and what's the minimum age if it does?

It should be made very clear for the idiots:-

This deal is only good if you're looking to buy a Seat Ibiza 1.4 SE.

If not, there are a lot of other ways to spend £4k over 2 years on 2nd market

Good deal especially with the maintenance but I just did a quick check on lings cars and found this
http://www.lingscars.com/Seat/Ibiza_Fr/1978274-1.6_TDI_CR_16v_(103bhp)_FR_Hatchback_5dr_1598cc-personal.html#models

Ok firstly it's 3 years but for an extra £50pm you get can get a slightly punchier engine 1.6 TDI and it is the FR spec (unless your after the petrol model or only want it for 2 years).

Mind you at £200 pm I'm sure there are a lot of cars to choose from.

tony863

I think it's fair to say that you won't own the car after the lease term … I think it's fair to say that you won't own the car after the lease term ends but I've heard horror stories of people owing loads of money at the end of these deals. A friend had to cough up £600 for new tyres on a similar deal but I can see that this would be covered in the monthly cost here. Does anyone know whether there are any hidden costs when the car is returned or how the process works? I'm genuinely interested in this deal but have never done one before and have always bought my cars outright





There will most probably be an admin fee (~£150.00)
You must keep below 10,000 miles or else you'll be charge per mile for going over
10,000 miles isn't a lot over two years (96 miles per week)
Providing you don't return it full of dents and scratches you should be ok
There's actually a code of practice within the business that covers general wear and tare / allowances

edit : sorry should have wrote 10k per year (20,000 miles)
Edited by: "zermattbusby" 4th Jan 2014

Or just buy outright brand new for £8845.

I think price needs updating in OP.
I've just clicked link and it's showing 3 + 23 x £131/£135 non-maintenance/maintenance

Great deal

zermattbusby

There will most probably be an admin fee (~£150.00)You must keep below … There will most probably be an admin fee (~£150.00)You must keep below 10,000 miles or else you'll be charge per mile for going over10,000 miles isn't a lot over two years (96 miles per week)Providing you don't return it full of dents and scratches you should be okThere's actually a code of practice within the business that covers general wear and tare / allowances



your math is off a little there, its 10,000 per year.

loofer

I think price needs updating in OP.I've just clicked link and it's … I think price needs updating in OP.I've just clicked link and it's showing 3 + 23 x £131/£135 non-maintenance/maintenance Great deal



That's for 6+23

Poor mans Volkswagen I'm afraid..

lemmylemmy

The 1.4 petrol engine is terrible, this deal is only a few quid more per … The 1.4 petrol engine is terrible, this deal is only a few quid more per month, but you'll save a fortune on fuel and have a better drive.



Not sure what term that is for but deposit is £1200!

zermattbusby

That's for 6+23



My baaaad

lemmylemmy

The 1.4 petrol engine is terrible, this deal is only a few quid more per … The 1.4 petrol engine is terrible, this deal is only a few quid more per month, but you'll save a fortune on fuel and have a better drive.



This should be the deal!

A 1.6 TDI FR..

Not this crap 1.4 SE!

Only a completely **** would opt for the original deal

revdesol

your math is off a little there, its 10,000 per year.



Are damn! sorry your quite right...

You may want to consider GAP Insurance if considering leasing, not wishing to be pessimistic but thought it was worth mentioning!
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