Seat Ibiza Sport Coupe 1.2 TSI FR 3dr - 2 year lease only £418.79 up front & £139.60/month (£3629.59 + £240 admin fee) @ Fleet Prices
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Seat Ibiza Sport Coupe 1.2 TSI FR 3dr - 2 year lease only £418.79 up front & £139.60/month (£3629.59 + £240 admin fee) @ Fleet Prices

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Found 11th Nov 2015
Just on the look out for a little car for the wife and found this deal..

Personal contract hire
Contract term : 24 months
Rental profile : 3 + 23
Annual mileage : 10000

£418.79 up front.
£139.60/month
Overall - £3629.59

Looks hot to me..
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Cold because it's a Seat Ibiza. Not worth it.
Not worth it !! Are you serious.

a) It won't break down
b) It will drive OK
c) It's VERY cheap
d) Fully warrantied
e) 10,000 miles per year is sufficient

I'd like to see you try and run a new car for less per month, even if it's not a class leader.
I hate the way you try to save people money and show them an offer and they vote it cold.
What an absolutely brilliant find! Very reasonable deposit and 10k miles a year. If I was in the market for a good looking sporty hatch with loads of tech, a good amount of poke AND very decent economy, I'd be snapping this up!
Edited by: "JPS" 11th Nov 2015
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Seems to get a good review from Auto Express..

http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/seat/ibiza/59474/seat-ibiza-fr-12-tsi

There's not many deals around for 10k miles with such low deposit and low monthly payment.
thelatics

Not worth it !! Are you serious. a) It won't break downb) It will drive … Not worth it !! Are you serious. a) It won't break downb) It will drive OKc) It's VERY cheapd) Fully warrantiede) 10,000 miles per year is sufficientI'd like to see you try and run a new car for less per month, even if it's not a class leader.



I got my Ford Fiesta zetec s for less and it's a far better car.
dave80

Cold because it's a Seat Ibiza. Not worth it.



Its a VW
I meant to saw for only slightly more but can't find how to edit on the app. Ibiza is overpriced.
dave80

I meant to saw for only slightly more but can't find how to edit on the … I meant to saw for only slightly more but can't find how to edit on the app. Ibiza is overpriced.



Keep trying, you'll hit the right keys some day!
I'm what world is a Ford Fiesta better than a Seat Ibiza. You must be wearing a Burberry cap init.
In*
Great deal!... Vote on the deal, not whether you like the car (or the parent company).

Some really good deals around on the Hyundai i30 1.6 SE CRDi right now... very similar lease breakdown, in stock etc.... full warranty and 2 year service interval. Just helped a colleague secure one. At these prices you're outpacing the depreciation and you get a new car every 2 years and no road tax to pay, not mot, no hassle...

It's a no-brainer. If took a car loan @ £140/month you'd probably be able to borrow around £4500 max over 3 years (not 2 yrs)... so think what you'd be able to buy with that?... and you'd be left with an old banger at the end to get rid of, tyres, exhausts, brakes need doing,water-pumps going.

I love leasing! (btw)


Edited by: "Clarioner" 11th Nov 2015
£3600? You can buy a nice car for this money these days which actually will be yours. Even after 2 years you can sell it for £3000. I can bet the insurance to srive a new sport car is expensive too.
Sliwka

£3600? You can buy a nice car for this money these days which actually … £3600? You can buy a nice car for this money these days which actually will be yours. Even after 2 years you can sell it for £3000. I can bet the insurance to srive a new sport car is expensive too.


But it won't be a brand new car with brand new technology, will it? It will need £100s spending on it with tax (leasing company pays for road tax on leased cars), MOTs, servicing, tyres, brakes etc etc etc - I get what you are saying but it really isn't as simple as that. You can't compare this brand new car with the latest tech to something that is 7 years old....
Lease will be a good option if anybody considering this car, as 1.2 engine will not last very long...low emisions and fuel consumption stated by manufacturer quaranteed - yes, we can trust VW
Looks hot to me though I'm not a car nut.
Through brokers4cars you can save £4,012.55 off buying one.
I fancied the estate version but way too expensive. Best engine in this deal.
good deal, but 10k miles p.a. not enough for me, unfortunately.

had a Seat Leon FS as a hire car a few months ago. great car and fast as fcuk.
Seems no bad, there's a £280.80 processing fee to add.
dave80

Cold because it's a Seat Ibiza. Not worth it.


post a deal, so we can knock you with stupid comments...!
dave80

I got my Ford Fiesta zetec s for less and it's a far better car.


Why didn't you post the deal then......oh negative one?
Clarioner

Great deal!... Vote on the deal, not whether you like the car (or the … Great deal!... Vote on the deal, not whether you like the car (or the parent company). Some really good deals around on the Hyundai i30 1.6 SE CRDi right now... very similar lease breakdown, in stock etc.... full warranty and 2 year service interval. Just helped a colleague secure one. At these prices you're outpacing the depreciation and you get a new car every 2 years and no road tax to pay, not mot, no hassle... It's a no-brainer. If took a car loan @ £140/month you'd probably be able to borrow around £4500 max over 3 years (not 2 yrs)... so think what you'd be able to buy with that?... and you'd be left with an old banger at the end to get rid of, tyres, exhausts, brakes need doing,water-pumps going. I love leasing! (btw)



You make a very coherent argument. Unless you want to buy a 10+ year old car, leasing is the way to go. Here is my personal experience: I bought a 2007 Ford Mondeo Mk4 in 2012 for £8.5K from Car Giant. Just three years down the line and with the 40K miles I've added to it, it's probably worth £4K tops. I've lost £4.5K in three years and that's without taking into account the repairs and maintenance it needed (around £800).

In total I've lost over £5K in three years. Suddenly leasing becomes quite attractive!

Outright purchase is an attractive option if you're skint and say your budget is between 1-2K, so you'll be looking at 10y+ old cars. Such cars have hit the bottom of their depreciation cycle, so you have not much further to lose by keeping one. You'd still certainly get some decent, fairly low mileage and well maintained cars in this price range that will last you a while e.g. Honda Accords, Jazz's, a number of Toyotas etc. Horses for courses I guess.
Edited by: "hcc27" 11th Nov 2015
I own an Ibiza FR SC 2.0 albeit diesel, excellent car with the only downsides for me are the ride is quite harsh in FR spec and the boot on the SportsCoupe leaks when you open it - not an issue with the regular 3/5dr.

Think of it as an A1/Mk5 Polo mashup with some Spanish design thrown in.. great car.
spawney

I'm what world is a Ford Fiesta better than a Seat Ibiza. You must be … I'm what world is a Ford Fiesta better than a Seat Ibiza. You must be wearing a Burberry cap init.


Essex.
scogginst

Through brokers4cars you can save £4,012.55 off buying one.



This is the main point here. You can buy this car for £10,472.

On the face of it, seems like a good deal, especially for those who haven't got £10k in savings or can't get a cheap loan.

But this is a lease deal valued at £3.9k over 2 years (when you add the £240 admin fee). Depreciation for this car is going to be around the same over 2 years. So this is not your normal lease deal where it works out significantly cheaper than buying.
smellyonion

Its a VW



It's an Audi
A. TSI engines are rated highly
B. 10000 miles is reasonable
C. It's VW underneath
D. Upfront cost and monthly payments are reasonable

This is at the very least s warm deal
dave80

I got my Ford Fiesta zetec s for less and it's a far better car.



Okay. Except you're not voting on if you like the car or not. You're voting on if this is a deal or not, can you find one cheaper? If not **** off.

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dave80

I got my Ford Fiesta zetec s for less and it's a far better car.

....links??
pavel76

Lease will be a good option if anybody considering this car, as 1.2 … Lease will be a good option if anybody considering this car, as 1.2 engine will not last very long...low emisions and fuel consumption stated by manufacturer quaranteed - yes, we can trust VW


And how does an engines size relate to it longevity exactly? My 1.1 Derby did 150k+ before croaking. Even then it wasn't the engine that caused the issue. Yet I've had 2l, 1.8l and 1.6l that didn't fair as well.
spawney

I'm what world is a Ford Fiesta better than a Seat Ibiza. You must be … I'm what world is a Ford Fiesta better than a Seat Ibiza. You must be wearing a Burberry cap init.



Pretty ignorant comment.

It's widely agreed that the Fiesta ST is one of the best hothatches due to it's chassis and engine performance. The Zetec S receives similar praise [if not more for being more use able everyday and economical] and the 1.0t 3 cylinder 138bhp engine has won numerous awards.

Google it, I dare you.

The best thing about all these lease deals is they are helping to flood the second hand market with better value second hand cars when the leases are up and of course its good for the the government because it gives an artificial boost to the economic figures too.
hcc27

You make a very coherent argument. Unless you want to buy a 10+ year old … You make a very coherent argument. Unless you want to buy a 10+ year old car, leasing is the way to go. Here is my personal experience: I bought a 2007 Ford Mondeo Mk4 in 2012 for £8.5K from Car Giant. Just three years down the line and with the 40K miles I've added to it, it's probably worth £4K tops. I've lost £4.5K in three years and that's without taking into account the repairs and maintenance it needed (around £800). In total I've lost over £5K in three years. Suddenly leasing becomes quite attractive!Outright purchase is an attractive option if you're skint and say your budget is between 1-2K, so you'll be looking at 10y+ old cars. Such cars have hit the bottom of their depreciation cycle, so you have not much further to lose by keeping one. You'd still certainly get some decent, fairly low mileage and well maintained cars in this price range that will last you a while e.g. Honda Accords, Jazz's, a number of Toyotas etc. Horses for courses I guess.



​I'm afraid autotrader is awash with '07 Mondeos with sub-90,000 miles on clock from dealers for well under £2000. Even more reason to lease...
I have the 1.2TSI model and I love it. Lots of punch for a 1.2, fun to drive and cheap to run. Using it whilst I save for something better (and a deposit for a house!). Some reviews suggest that the 1.4 isn't worth paying extra for, I test drove it (didn't really get chance to properly open it up on a road), but I couldn't tell much difference between the 2.

If you are after an Ibiza FR in the near future, the new face-lifted model is coming out soon (I think..), and pretty much bridges the gap between this and the Leon in terms of Technology.

Happy to answer and questions on the car, but great car for the money!
Great deal. No idea why people are so negative.. Makes you think twice before posting a deal which is a shame. Heat added for a good deal.
hcc27

You make a very coherent argument. Unless you want to buy a 10+ year old … You make a very coherent argument. Unless you want to buy a 10+ year old car, leasing is the way to go. Here is my personal experience: I bought a 2007 Ford Mondeo Mk4 in 2012 for £8.5K from Car Giant. Just three years down the line and with the 40K miles I've added to it, it's probably worth £4K tops. I've lost £4.5K in three years and that's without taking into account the repairs and maintenance it needed (around £800). In total I've lost over £5K in three years. Suddenly leasing becomes quite attractive!Outright purchase is an attractive option if you're skint and say your budget is between 1-2K, so you'll be looking at 10y+ old cars. Such cars have hit the bottom of their depreciation cycle, so you have not much further to lose by keeping one. You'd still certainly get some decent, fairly low mileage and well maintained cars in this price range that will last you a while e.g. Honda Accords, Jazz's, a number of Toyotas etc. Horses for courses I guess.

HaHa 8.5k on a Mondeo from Car Giant. That's your problem.
The 1.2 TSI is a great little engine.
paradigm

And how does an engines size relate to it longevity exactly? My 1.1 Derby … And how does an engines size relate to it longevity exactly? My 1.1 Derby did 150k+ before croaking. Even then it wasn't the engine that caused the issue. Yet I've had 2l, 1.8l and 1.6l that didn't fair as well.


Do some research about problems with 1.2 or 1.4 turbocharged petrol engines from VW... never ending pages with results on google - you will know what I mean !
Are there any good lease deals which will take p/x?
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