Seat Leon - 1.2 TSI 110 SE Dynamic Technology - Initial rental £178.54 + 23 x £178.54 + £300 processing fee - £4584.96 @ CarLeasing Online
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Seat Leon - 1.2 TSI 110 SE Dynamic Technology - Initial rental £178.54 + 23 x £178.54 + £300 processing fee - £4584.96 @ CarLeasing Online

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Found 6th JanEdited by:"mechanicalman"
Pretty good deal for a decent car. 10k miles per year and 2 years. There are many different year/deposit options available, but this one is a good as any.

Works out at £191.04 per month. There is a written review here, where it gets 4/5. Video review can be found here.

The spec of the car can be found here. Looks like it comes with sat nav, rear parking sensors and cruise control, which are the big ones IMHO.

For those of you who wonder what the point of a lease deal is, it's a cheap way to own a new car. If you were to go to a dealership and buy this car new, and then sell it after 2 years, you would lose more than 4.5K in depreciation. If you are looking so save cash then buy a 1K banger with 12 months MOT.

Edit - looks like the mods made an edit which I believe to be incorrect. If you select 1 month down then the deposit is only 176.54 plus the 300 processing fee. Total come out to be 4584.96. I have corrected the title, but am happy to be proved wrong.
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BrendanBradyForsyth18 m ago

Add insurance and fuel and you're paying probably around £350 a month to …Add insurance and fuel and you're paying probably around £350 a month to run a 1.2 seat. You can get an fr Ibiza for less than that or a polo gt


You’re still going to have to pay for insurance and fuel on those cars
"For those of you who wonder what the point of a lease deal is, it's a cheep (sic) way to own a new car. If you were to go to a dealership and buy this car new, and then sell it after 2 years, you would loose (sic) more than 4.5K in depreciation."

Yes, leasing is the right way to go for some people (usually because they don't have the means to buy anyway) but the big flaw in the buy vs lease argument is using list price to prove a point. No one pays anywhere near RRP for these vehicles. If you really are weighing up the options then at least use a realistic 'buy' price in your calculations. You may still decide to lease but at least you aren't kidding yourself about some unrealistic saving.
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Can't afford to buy rent,
OutwithCameron114 m ago

Can't afford to buy rent,



Millions can afford to buy rent Flat.
OutwithCameron133 m ago

Can't afford to buy rent,


John Paul Getty once remarked: “If it appreciates, buy it. If it depreciates, lease it.” I don't expect a 1.2 Seat Leon to appreciate too much, do you?
Add insurance and fuel and you're paying probably around £350 a month to run a 1.2 seat. You can get an fr Ibiza for less than that or a polo gt
BrendanBradyForsyth18 m ago

Add insurance and fuel and you're paying probably around £350 a month to …Add insurance and fuel and you're paying probably around £350 a month to run a 1.2 seat. You can get an fr Ibiza for less than that or a polo gt


You’re still going to have to pay for insurance and fuel on those cars
Great deal, really nice car
Edited by: "bla_and" 6th Jan
"For those of you who wonder what the point of a lease deal is, it's a cheep (sic) way to own a new car. If you were to go to a dealership and buy this car new, and then sell it after 2 years, you would loose (sic) more than 4.5K in depreciation."

Yes, leasing is the right way to go for some people (usually because they don't have the means to buy anyway) but the big flaw in the buy vs lease argument is using list price to prove a point. No one pays anywhere near RRP for these vehicles. If you really are weighing up the options then at least use a realistic 'buy' price in your calculations. You may still decide to lease but at least you aren't kidding yourself about some unrealistic saving.
Image shows an FR not an SE Dynamic - not a dig at OP, these lease companies are terrible for this.
Great make. Great car. 1.4 engine is best in the range though.
Besford8 m ago

"For those of you who wonder what the point of a lease deal is, it's a …"For those of you who wonder what the point of a lease deal is, it's a cheep (sic) way to own a new car. If you were to go to a dealership and buy this car new, and then sell it after 2 years, you would loose (sic) more than 4.5K in depreciation."Yes, leasing is the right way to go for some people (usually because they don't have the means to buy anyway) but the big flaw in the buy vs lease argument is using list price to prove a point. No one pays anywhere near RRP for these vehicles. If you really are weighing up the options then at least use a realistic 'buy' price in your calculations. You may still decide to lease but at least you aren't kidding yourself about some unrealistic saving.


Most private buyers pay list price. A few haggle a little and get free options or an inflated trade-in price. A canny private buyer will always go through a broker, much less hassle than trying to do it yourself. You can pick this car up from Broadspeed with a £4k discount!

Leasing deals can be good value though, just not this one.
What’s the new price. I am guessing roughly around £12K ? Personally judging by the depreciation curve quoted and assuming that they have been out a while i’d buy the ex 2yr lease car for what £6-£7K ish (may need to get a loan )with presumably less than 20k on the clock. Then I would run it into the ground lol.
Edited by: "ashman33" 6th Jan
OutwithCameron12 h, 5 m ago

Can't afford to buy rent,


Love quotes from clueless muppets that can't do basic maths.
ashman336 m ago

What’s the new price. I am guessing roughly around £12K ? Personally ju …What’s the new price. I am guessing roughly around £12K ? Personally judging by the depreciation curve quoted and assuming that they have been out a while i’d buy the ex 2yr lease car for what £6-£7K ish (may need to get a loan )with presumably less than 20k on the clock. Then I would run it into the ground lol.


List price is more like £18k. You would never get a 2 year old one with 20k on the clock for £6k-£7k
bla_and7 m ago

List price is more like £18k. You would never get a 2 year old one with …List price is more like £18k. You would never get a 2 year old one with 20k on the clock for £6k-£7k


Thanks. So looking at maybe £10k-£13k ish.
ashman334 m ago

Thanks. So looking at maybe £10k-£13k ish.


That’s more realistic!!!
Sure i have seen the Leon Cupra 300 for not much more per month. Differebt kettle of fish but this doesn't seem such good value in comparison
balsingh45811 m ago

Sure i have seen the Leon Cupra 300 for not much more per month. Differebt …Sure i have seen the Leon Cupra 300 for not much more per month. Differebt kettle of fish but this doesn't seem such good value in comparison


No way on this earth has the Cupra ever been near this price. It’s more like 280 per month
I would 100% add on adaptive cruise control for £155. Once you've used adaptive cruise control you don't want to go back. I literally just drive and press RES then the car follows the car in front to a safe distance and even senses braking before I do and slows the car down and primes the brakes. I think it's a fantastic feature now and can't wait for even more autonomous driving aids to arrive lower down the pecking order. It takes the pish that climate control costs £370 and adaptive cruise control costs £155. Anyway £155 is a bargain for an excellent safety feature and it just makes long distance driving so much more relaxing, if this was a DSG automatic and had lane guidance then the car would almost drive itself for you.

Kind of makes me sick that I'm paying £312 a month to eventually own a Golf Mk7 1.4TSI and I could have just got this car for £190 a month and saved the money towards a deposit on a house.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 6th Jan
SpamJavelin2 h, 5 m ago

Most private buyers pay list price. A few haggle a little and get free …Most private buyers pay list price. A few haggle a little and get free options or an inflated trade-in price. A canny private buyer will always go through a broker, much less hassle than trying to do it yourself. You can pick this car up from Broadspeed with a £4k discount!Leasing deals can be good value though, just not this one.


Broadspeed are just an introduction agency so you're buying from a main dealer should they choose to offer the deal that's "quoted". Whatever is quoted is just representative of what Broadspeed say you might be able to save. Not everyone will achieve that saving, if at all - although of course I'm not saying through research and using tools like Carwow you couldn't still achieve a great saving.
BrendanBradyForsyth3 h, 0 m ago

Add insurance and fuel and you're paying probably around £350 a month to …Add insurance and fuel and you're paying probably around £350 a month to run a 1.2 seat. You can get an fr Ibiza for less than that or a polo gt


Best comment of 2018 so far.
Besford1 h, 0 m ago

Oh no they don't!


75 percent of retail customers never haggle. A good friend of mine works in the industry. I'm not counting discount deals of course. People just don't negotiate. Not me of course!
SpamJavelin35 m ago

75 percent of retail customers never haggle. A good friend of mine works …75 percent of retail customers never haggle. A good friend of mine works in the industry. I'm not counting discount deals of course. People just don't negotiate. Not me of course!


I think part of the issue is that when bought on PCP like most cars are, they start off by saying "what monthly payments can you afford" and make the numbers fit. Having said that in those circumstances what you actually buy the car for as a figure is irrelevant anyway what you pay for the car post finance etc is.

I always haggle when buying but I really like leasing now, if you pick the right cars it's cheaper than owning (including broadspeed/orangewheels prices as I use them when working it out). Saves having to haggle, deal with a lot of the BS salesmen come out with and best of all makes you immune to the residual value of the car once lease terms are agreed.
Bazza714 h, 33 m ago

John Paul Getty once remarked: “If it appreciates, buy it. If it d …John Paul Getty once remarked: “If it appreciates, buy it. If it depreciates, lease it.” I don't expect a 1.2 Seat Leon to appreciate too much, do you?


That is a quote out of context. His context was that on long term ownership and ensuring the supplier would not be trying to sell him either the next product earlier and have a vested interest in ensuring that the machinery was serviceable going forwards.

The misquote itself works mainly as a superficial sales pitch level only that plays on human nature immediately placing it into the house/art and a specific short term car ownership example to validate and not question. Beyond that it doesn't really hold water - i.e. look around and consider all the assets you own that depreciate and are not leasing.

Of course there are also plenty of other quotes from Getty and his history makes an interesting read. Interested in the film all the money in the world that covers the ear incident.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 6th Jan
greavsy692 h, 50 m ago

No way on this earth has the Cupra ever been near this price. It’s more l …No way on this earth has the Cupra ever been near this price. It’s more like 280 per month


Oops. My mistake. I read this one as 247 per month rather than 147. Doh!
Bertz996th Jan

That is a quote out of context. His context was that on long term …That is a quote out of context. His context was that on long term ownership and ensuring the supplier would not be trying to sell him either the next product earlier and have a vested interest in ensuring that the machinery was serviceable going forwards.The misquote itself works mainly as a superficial sales pitch level only that plays on human nature immediately placing it into the house/art and a specific short term car ownership example to validate and not question. Beyond that it doesn't really hold water - i.e. look around and consider all the assets you own that depreciate and are not leasing. Of course there are also plenty of other quotes from Getty and his history makes an interesting read. Interested in the film all the money in the world that covers the ear incident.


Zzzzzzzz. Sure OP would appreciate if all your effort was taken up finding a better deal than the one he has posted to own this new car for 2 years? Too many people posting getting SLATED off people on here, myself included, by people who claim this and claim that, but don't put effort in to show there workings and get a better deal for people. These lease deals are for people who wish to get a new car every few years,NOT wanting to drive old cars etc. So don't need to be told buy a car for 20 years and you will be quids in!!!!!
john197244 m ago

Zzzzzzzz. Sure OP would appreciate if all your effort was taken up finding …Zzzzzzzz. Sure OP would appreciate if all your effort was taken up finding a better deal than the one he has posted to own this new car for 2 years? Too many people posting getting SLATED off people on here, myself included, by people who claim this and claim that, but don't put effort in to show there workings and get a better deal for people. These lease deals are for people who wish to get a new car every few years,NOT wanting to drive old cars etc. So don't need to be told buy a car for 20 years and you will be quids in!!!!!


Not aware of slating you off John. However, there are two sides to these posts - the deals themselves , that I vote on accordingly and the collective knowledge in the discussions that help others make informed decisions and consider themselves.

Now to clarify I am not slating off Bazza with the quote, it is a common misnomer. I am also not anti leasing (hence my interest in these posts) but I am feeding back to the discussion so the collective knowledge contained is greater for all and that we all gain (myself included). Apologies if that sends you to sleep.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 6th Jan
fishmaster19 h, 57 m ago

I would 100% add on adaptive cruise control for £155. Once you've used …I would 100% add on adaptive cruise control for £155. Once you've used adaptive cruise control you don't want to go back. I literally just drive and press RES then the car follows the car in front to a safe distance and even senses braking before I do and slows the car down and primes the brakes. I think it's a fantastic feature now and can't wait for even more autonomous driving aids to arrive lower down the pecking order. It takes the pish that climate control costs £370 and adaptive cruise control costs £155. Anyway £155 is a bargain for an excellent safety feature and it just makes long distance driving so much more relaxing, if this was a DSG automatic and had lane guidance then the car would almost drive itself for you.Kind of makes me sick that I'm paying £312 a month to eventually own a Golf Mk7 1.4TSI and I could have just got this car for £190 a month and saved the money towards a deposit on a house.


You will own the golf. Therefore you can sell it and put that towards the house deposit if you wanted (then lease)...
ghostm4n23 h, 34 m ago

Love quotes from clueless muppets that can't do basic maths.


0 + 0 =0 that's what you own at the end, how's that for maths
OutwithCameron14 h, 38 m ago

0 + 0 =0 that's what you own at the end, how's that for maths


And your point is kermit?
ghostm4n2 h, 16 m ago

And your point is kermit?


Obviously lost on you
smellyonion11 h, 35 m ago

You will own the golf. Therefore you can sell it and put that towards the …You will own the golf. Therefore you can sell it and put that towards the house deposit if you wanted (then lease)...


Yes that's my plan for 2018
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Looks like a decent motor.

Are any of these Seats 4x4 ?
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