Seat Leon 1.4TSI FR Technology Pack + Free Metallic Paint 2 Year Lease 8k Miles  £4536 @ What Car
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Seat Leon 1.4TSI FR Technology Pack + Free Metallic Paint 2 Year Lease 8k Miles £4536 @ What Car

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Found 11th MayMade hot 12th May
I'm looking for a new car if you haven't noticed and this car has everything I could ask for the price. What're your thoughts?

Free Metallic Paint
Sat Nav + 8" Touch Screen Android Auto + Apple Carplay etc
Start Stop
Rear parking sensors
Full LED lights
Bluetooth and Voice Control etc....

Initial Rental 9901.32
Cost per Month 150.22
Admin Fee 180

Total Cost 4536.38
Actual cost per month £197.23

62 Comments

£189pm overall

Still a good deal even with the error.

rosskincaid

I've made a huge mistake...



Only off by about £1500 over the two years. Don't worry though

rosskincaid

I've made a huge mistake...



​Lol... I was thinking the same. Never seen the actual cost per month lower than the monthly amount paid X)

Original Poster

mkara

Lol... I was thinking the same. Never seen the actual cost per month … Lol... I was thinking the same. Never seen the actual cost per month lower than the monthly amount paid X)


Right I've changed it, but I still think it might be a good deal...

https://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/Seat-LEON-HATCHBACK-1.4TSI-FR-TECH-(Facelift)-Personal-Lease/47593

1+23 profile with 10000 miles @ 194 pm

+ £240 upfront fee.

Nice, low deposit though.

I'm looking for a similar deal but for the 3 door, Sport Coupe model. A low deposit and admin fee such as this one. Can anybody help?

Good find. Hope there is something like this when my a4 deal comes to an end and needs replacing in may next year

ALEXJ1993

I'm looking for a similar deal but for the 3 door, Sport Coupe model. A … I'm looking for a similar deal but for the 3 door, Sport Coupe model. A low deposit and admin fee such as this one. Can anybody help?



How about this one?

contracthireandleasing.com/ind…33/

We have this exact car on PCP and are paying twice the amount a month. It's a great car. I can cruise on the motorway using 2 cylinders and get an indicated 65MPG. Average MPG in the two years/45k miles is in the mid-40s. Radio/Sat Nav have been bob-on for our needs and it's not let us down.

IMHO the styling is better than the bland Golf it's based on (but ours is Lima Green so stands out a bit more)

Well that's less than I'm paying on a PCP for a Renault Clio with much less power and less kit, good deal from me.

Daughter is on a 3+23 deal and my only slight downside to it is 2 years comes around quickly so you are researching a new deal after only 18m to make sure you still have a car!

I think a 3+35 is a better option as warranties still tend to run, and no MOT still.

thelatics

Well that's less than I'm paying on a PCP for a Renault Clio with much … Well that's less than I'm paying on a PCP for a Renault Clio with much less power and less kit, good deal from me.Daughter is on a 3+23 deal and my only slight downside to it is 2 years comes around quickly so you are researching a new deal after only 18m to make sure you still have a car! I think a 3+35 is a better option as warranties still tend to run, and no MOT still.



I'm debating between the 2 or 3 year lease, can't decide. I'm thinking if you take it over 3 years, you may have to start replacing tyres, brake pads (maybe) and such, whereas you wouldn't with 2 years. Thoughts?

Depends on your mileage expectation.

My Clio has done about 22k in just over 3 yrs and does indeed have 2 new rear tyres, but I'm hoping to get away without replacing the front.

I replaced the brake pads myself ages ago (£25 and an hours easy work), they don't last as long without asbestos in them these days, less than 15k miles.

In that sense 2 years will probably see you through without any parts, 3 probably won't - I hadn't given it that much thought but now you have sown the seed, 2 years might be a cheaper option.

Best thing is to add up all the payments and then annualise the total over the period. 3 years will usually work out slightly cheaper overall, but not always.

However as above, you may then need to add on an extra service and a couple of tyres if going for an extra year.

If you're dipping into the options list though, these should work out better with the cost spread over 3 years than 2.

I have the ST version, brilliant car, regularly goes on 2 cylinders and easily achieves over 50mpg, yet acceleration is brilliant for a 1.4.
1st car i've had where i would look to get the same again.

Great Car. I love both this and the Ibiza FR , and at this price it's a good deal if you change car every 2 years.

rosskincaid

Right I've changed it, but I still think it might be a good deal...



​Seems pretty decent to me. Prefer the Leon over the Golf

xoddsockthiefx

https://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/Seat-LEON-HATCHBACK-1.4TSI-FR-TECH-(Facelift)-Personal-Lease/475931+23 profile with 10000 miles @ 194 pm



​Does this include metallic paint as well?

mkara

Does this include metallic paint as well?


Well it does say "Free Metallic Colour"

We got the cupra version 15k pa on 2 years pch for £170 pm

mkara

Does this include metallic paint as well?



It says "free metallic colour" on the page

r401caw

We got the cupra version 15k pa on 2 years pch for £170 pm


How and where

just to let you know, I talked to a couple of main dealers today and this model is 17-21 weeks lead time.

Original Poster

r401caw

We got the cupra version 15k pa on 2 years pch for £170 pm




where?

cannot see a option to purchase anywhere on the site

It's a lease. There is no option to purchase.

Guzzle

It's a lease. There is no option to purchase.



​Some leases have the option to purchase.

Not at the beginning of the term. Only towards the end will you be told if and how much.


Edited by: "Guzzle" 12th May

Massive delays on new leons. Seat have ran out of wheels believe it or not

Not a bad price at all


Says they pay up to £100 travel fees to when collecting the car too.

Wayneatkinson85

Massive delays on new leons. Seat have ran out of wheels believe it or not



Test drive one last week and spoke to loads of dealers all quoted 12 to 14 weeks and one said October for delivery. They have had some good offers on them thousand off if buying. For is it was no good, the 1.6 diesel was sluggish compared to an older same size engine it was to replace but worse the raid noise in the back was deafening.

Guzzle

It's a lease. There is no option to purchase.



​yes, thank you for correcting me, how do i apply for the lease cannot see a option to do so anywhere on the site

Love my Leon FR. Loved my Ibiza TDi befoee that. Look forward to one of these new Leons in the future.

HI, it says on the website they welcome part exchange. Has anyone part exchanged their car in a leased deal please?

Guzzle

Not at the beginning of the term. Only towards the end will you be told … Not at the beginning of the term. Only towards the end will you be told if and how much.



​Some lease deals state in the offer/before purchase if there will or won't be an option to purchase.

r401caw

We got the cupra version 15k pa on 2 years pch for £170 pm



http://www.reactiongifs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/I-dont-believe-you.gif

Guzzle

Not at the beginning of the term. Only towards the end will you be told … Not at the beginning of the term. Only towards the end will you be told if and how much.



Well there is nothing stopping you from asking how much to purchase outright once you're in the last 30 days even if there is no option stated, as far as I know some will be happy to give you an offer since it saves them costs on having to collect and sell on.

Edited by: "kiish" 12th May

kiish

Well there is nothing stopping you from asking how much to purchase … Well there is nothing stopping you from asking how much to purchase outright once you're in the last 30 days even if there is no option stated, as far as I know some will be happy to give you an offer since it saves them costs on having to collect and sell on.



I'm not doubting you can sometimes buy the car at the end of the lease. But it would be very odd for the finance company to tell you upfront how much it will be, and then write it into the contract, as that's not how PCH works. You'd effectively have a PCP.

Guzzle

Not at the beginning of the term. Only towards the end will you be told … Not at the beginning of the term. Only towards the end will you be told if and how much.



You are usually provided the final purchase price at the beginning of the scheme when you get the contract. It's all documented.
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