SEAT IBIZA SPORT TOURER 1.2 TSI FR 5dr DSG 2YR Lease £4246.73 @ Fleet Prices
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SEAT IBIZA SPORT TOURER 1.2 TSI FR 5dr DSG 2YR Lease £4246.73 @ Fleet Prices

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Found 25th Apr 2015
Looking for a cheap AUTO lease deal and think this is good, feedback would appreciated. Hatchback version is cheaper but smaller boot of course.

Unfortunately rear electric windows are £160 extra but the guy I spoke to was willing to discount that price quite generously.

Apparently the 1.2 TSI (Turbo) is the best engine for this car.

It has SAT NAV and bluetooth.

The quote he sent says mileage excess is 3.36ppm

£146.44 incl VAT
per month (24 months)
£878.61 incl VAT
initial payment

Payment profile : 6 + 23
Annual mileage : 10000
CO2 band : D (121-130 g/km)
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    I've got the 1.2 TSI in my Skoda Rapid Spaceback Black Edition. It is a lovely engine but you won't get much more more than 36mpg from it if mainly town driving.
    Keeping up with the joneses, 10year old car, you don't own the car, £4k car after 40k miles still worth £4k.

    Now we have got the rubbish out of the way, people can now talk about the actual lease and value.
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    seabs

    I've got the 1.2 TSI in my Skoda Rapid Spaceback Black Edition. It is a … I've got the 1.2 TSI in my Skoda Rapid Spaceback Black Edition. It is a lovely engine but you won't get much more more than 36mpg from it if mainly town driving.



    Really? Thanks for that thought it would be higher, I live in south London so was hoping for a bit more but won't be worse than my current car I guess.
    Edited by: "daudiamd" 25th Apr 2015
    That satnav seems like just a 'stick on' one and is just begging to get stolen.
    Not that good of a deal. Ive been looking for an Ibiza with 20k mileage allowance and getting quotes of not much more than this. If its economy your looking for you want the 1.2 tdi. I was quoted £170 inc vat for a 1.2 tsi FR black edition (top of the range) with 3 months initial rental and 20k miles a year.
    With planyourcar.
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    andyb83

    With planyourcar.



    Thanks, was that an estate/tourer and was it Auto?
    this might sound like a dumb question but how does these work out? do u have to pay insurance on these still? or is that incuded? also what happens after the lease ends? can you get a new car? also what happens if these needs repairs? thanx
    You'll pay for insurance, repairs, and at the end of the term you get nothing!
    SmilezMC

    this might sound like a dumb question but how does these work out? do u … this might sound like a dumb question but how does these work out? do u have to pay insurance on these still? or is that incuded? also what happens after the lease ends? can you get a new car? also what happens if these needs repairs? thanx



    You need to pay insurance separately. After the lease ends you give back the car (and they can charge for damage that's not wear and tear). Repairs will be covered under warranty during the two years you lease it.
    Only the memories of driving a lovely maroon estate
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    Insomniac82

    That satnav seems like just a 'stick on' one and is just begging to get … That satnav seems like just a 'stick on' one and is just begging to get stolen.



    Looks like just a TomTom that plugs into the top of the dash, saving all the wiring etc, pops off so it can be stowed away.
    SatNavs £70 odd new these days, not attractive theft targets anymore.
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    chrisf74

    You'll pay for insurance, repairs, and at the end of the term you get … You'll pay for insurance, repairs, and at the end of the term you get nothing!



    But what you have paid is equivalent to or less than the depreciation would be on a new car, so no different to keeping a new car for 2 years.
    androoski

    Looks like just a TomTom that plugs into the top of the dash, saving all … Looks like just a TomTom that plugs into the top of the dash, saving all the wiring etc, pops off so it can be stowed away.SatNavs £70 odd new these days, not attractive theft targets anymore.



    If it's just a stick on one, probably won't integrate with the sound system either. i.e. won't put radio volume down when giving directions.
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