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Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 190 FR EZ DSG - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No deposit + £239.99pm + no fee = £5,759.76 @ Leasing Options
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Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 190 FR EZ DSG - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No deposit + £239.99pm + no fee = £5,759.76 @ Leasing Options

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Refreshed 8th Mar (Posted 21st Jan)
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Further price drop now £239.99 per month and no deposit - 24 month lease. Total contract price £5759.76. Please note the FR sport model is no longer available.
0-60 in 7.2 seconds. Good price for this Seat Leon TSI 190 FR (EZ) DSG on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year and no deposit and admin fee. Works out at £239.99 per month (1+23 profile) so a total of £5759.76 - 22.4% of £25.8k list price. In terms of price comparison, looks to be much cheaper versus other sites by £2.2k over the term of the lease and they are also asking for a £1k+ deposit.

Specs include metallic paint, cruise control, front and rear parking Sensors, 8" Touchscreen with Apple CarPlay / Android Auto, 3D Sat Nav, 17 inch alloys. The sport version also includes digital cockpit, leather seats and 18 inch alloys. Delivery of 3-4 weeks.



Seat Leon Hatchback 2.0 TSI 190 FR EZ 5dr DSG £239.99 per month


  • 3 x 23 payment profile
  • 8,000 miles per annum
  • £244.99 upfront payment
  • 23 monthly payments of £244.99
  • No admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £5759.76 or £239.99 net per month
  • Petrol
  • Gearbox Semi-Auto

List price: £25,765

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Hot but may aswell get the 290 Cupra for 299 deposit 299 a month x 23 for 10k miles direct lease from seat warrington
Everybody on the road will be driving in a Seat Leon courtesy of HUKD soon
I like how the first words of the Op are 0-60 in 7.2 seconds. That's obviously the most important thing about a car...

Heated.
Edited by: "Gozer" 21st Jan
Different day, different Leon deal! Can't they sell these or something?
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Different day, different Leon deal! Can't they sell these or something?
thanks chanchi looks a cracking deal.
Hot but may aswell get the 290 Cupra for 299 deposit 299 a month x 23 for 10k miles direct lease from seat warrington
These are a great motor - same engine as VW & Audi too apparently.

Heat from me
I like how the first words of the Op are 0-60 in 7.2 seconds. That's obviously the most important thing about a car...

Heated.
Edited by: "Gozer" 21st Jan
This will be the old shape soon hence all the Leons being cheap. New shape due this year. Also for this money is just get the Cupra
Michaelgell9121/01/2019 19:01

Hot but may aswell get the 290 Cupra for 299 deposit 299 a month x 23 for …Hot but may aswell get the 290 Cupra for 299 deposit 299 a month x 23 for 10k miles direct lease from seat warrington


Does the Cupra have more equipment etc or just a more powerful engine? I think I'd save the extra £55 p/m unless it had some extra kit that I wanted.
Zuulan21/01/2019 19:15

Does the Cupra have more equipment etc or just a more powerful engine? I …Does the Cupra have more equipment etc or just a more powerful engine? I think I'd save the extra £55 p/m unless it had some extra kit that I wanted.


I’m sure you’ll be spending more than £55 p/m extra on fuel if you get the Cupra too
Edited by: "nothingmuch" 21st Jan
Good deal but personally I would go for the cupra
Cupra and the extra 100bhp all the way, they are too close in price! You can get the Cupra for a similar monthly, just with an initial 800 down payment.
Everybody on the road will be driving in a Seat Leon courtesy of HUKD soon
Gozer30 m ago

I like how the first words of the Op are 0-60 in 7.2 seconds. That's …I like how the first words of the Op are 0-60 in 7.2 seconds. That's obviously the most important thing about a car... Heated.


To be fair, after make and model, the 0-60 time gives you a decent idea of what 'kind' of car you're looking at quickly.

Good deal btw.
nothingmuch33 m ago

I’m sure you’ll be spending more than £55 p/m extra on fuel if you get the …I’m sure you’ll be spending more than £55 p/m extra on fuel if you get the Cupra too


Insurance isn't going to be cheap either.
Gozer21/01/2019 19:56

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Only the Cupra Sport Tourer (estate) has four wheel drive i'm afraid. All the hatchbacks are front wheel drive only.
Guzzle21/01/2019 20:08

Only the Cupra Sport Tourer (estate) has four wheel drive i'm afraid. All …Only the Cupra Sport Tourer (estate) has four wheel drive i'm afraid. All the hatchbacks are front wheel drive only.


Oh, that is disappointing. 300hp through the front wheels? Hmmm.
I do about 15-20k a year. Guessing lease isn't for me
When compared to current cupra offerings this should be down around the £5k mark over the 2 years. Would probably dip my toe at that kind of money.
Gozer21/01/2019 20:09

Oh, that is disappointing. 300hp through the front wheels? Hmmm.


The Cupra like the Golf GTI with performance pack has LSD (Limited Slip Diff). Looking at Youtube reviews it handles well as i had same concern thinking you'll be putting two sets of tyres on the front each year!
Sloman1 h, 40 m ago

The Cupra like the Golf GTI with performance pack has LSD (Limited Slip …The Cupra like the Golf GTI with performance pack has LSD (Limited Slip Diff). Looking at Youtube reviews it handles well as i had same concern thinking you'll be putting two sets of tyres on the front each year!


Yep, fronts last me maximum of 6 months

Focus ST250
Edited by: "XxLJCJxX" 21st Jan
Leon's are great cars. I drive many different cars for work but it's still nice to get into my Leon at the end of the day. Nicest car I've had, shame my lease isnt up until August. (It's only a 1.4 FR tech but great car).

The cupra is a different beast though. Bit skittish with all that power through the front wheels but great fun. Cupra mode and slamming your right foot down always makes me smile whilst holding onto the steering wheel for damn life. Still not as fun as my bike which is 0-60 in 3 seconds.

I do prefer the ride in the smaller engine Leons though to be fair, maybe I'm just getting old plus I'd like better fuel consumption on my personal car.
Edited by: "wooden.top" 22nd Jan
kanesw21/01/2019 20:11

I do about 15-20k a year. Guessing lease isn't for me


I'm doing 20K a year on a Cupra lease. Costs me £325 a month direct from Seat.
Better cars than they are given credit for. I still see my old 2003 cupra T on the road a few times a month and I had driven over 100k by end of 2013 and it still flew past me on the dual carriageway last week.
I went for the Cupra deal (£199/month £2k down), but this one looks pretty good as well. Heat
snooper7517 h, 20 m ago

Different day, different Leon deal! Can't they sell these or something?


Is being replaced soon with a new model
I'm going to drop this little nugget into this thread..

"At what / mileage should you think about retiring a car."

Not the driver (that's another debate!) just the car.
wikaman122/01/2019 12:00

I went for the Cupra deal (£199/month £2k down), but this one looks pretty …I went for the Cupra deal (£199/month £2k down), but this one looks pretty good as well. Heat


Cupra for that price? Are you sure?
£10,000 down the drain in 0-60 seconds. Some people will never learn.
I'm a little disappointed by 190bhp/ps from a 2ltr TSI engine considering I went for the Astra Elite Leasing Options deal at the back end of last year, and that chucks out 200bhp/ps from a 1.6 engine... turbo charged mind you, and veryyy thirsty 😬

Heat added though - looks a good car and a solid deal to me!!
I guess the saving on fuel and insurance over the Cupra 290 deal is the pull here. Id prefer the horsepower personally. Still a reasonable deal. I want another Golf R deal for £180 a month like a few years ago!
Michaelgell9121/01/2019 19:01

Hot but may aswell get the 290 Cupra for 299 deposit 299 a month x 23 for …Hot but may aswell get the 290 Cupra for 299 deposit 299 a month x 23 for 10k miles direct lease from seat warrington


Leasing options also have the Cupra for less money than Warrington. I got a quote for a Cupra Lux at 296 1+23 10k.
TomScrut22/01/2019 13:45

Leasing options also have the Cupra for less money than Warrington. I got …Leasing options also have the Cupra for less money than Warrington. I got a quote for a Cupra Lux at 296 1+23 10k.


I just seen that posted on the leasing forum on pistonheads was just about to post. Great deal as there aren't many deals around atm.
Michaelgell913 m ago

I just seen that posted on the leasing forum on pistonheads was just about …I just seen that posted on the leasing forum on pistonheads was just about to post. Great deal as there aren't many deals around atm.


Yeah I have ordered one but went for 1+23 15k @ £335
End of the day it's still a pre 2003 design Mk5 Golf though! When are they finally going to release a truly new Golf/Leon?
TedStriker7233 m ago

End of the day it's still a pre 2003 design Mk5 Golf though! When are they …End of the day it's still a pre 2003 design Mk5 Golf though! When are they finally going to release a truly new Golf/Leon?


2003 design Golf?

Where'd you get that idea from?

Its based on VW's MQB platform that came out in 2012.
Gozer19 h, 49 m ago

I like how the first words of the Op are 0-60 in 7.2 seconds. That's …I like how the first words of the Op are 0-60 in 7.2 seconds. That's obviously the most important thing about a car... Heated.


It is, isn't it?
TedStriker7236 m ago

End of the day it's still a pre 2003 design Mk5 Golf though! When are they …End of the day it's still a pre 2003 design Mk5 Golf though! When are they finally going to release a truly new Golf/Leon?


The Mk7 Golf and Mk3 Leon are based on the MQB platform whereas the Mk5 & 6 Golf and Mk2 Leon are on PQ35, so what exactly are you on about?
nothingmuch19 h, 51 m ago

I’m sure you’ll be spending more than £55 p/m extra on fuel if you get the …I’m sure you’ll be spending more than £55 p/m extra on fuel if you get the Cupra too

But Cupra is a bit different car !

Cupra has adaptive suspension as standard FR does not !! This is reason #2 (reason #1 is engine + gearbox)
Cupra is more fancy inside, sportier seats, cupra decals, normal stuff you'd expect on the top end model. It also has dual exhausts and makes farting noises.
The car you purchase depends on its use, if you like visiting petrol stations, driving quickly and have an asbo get a cupra, everything else, get an FR*
I'd opt for the Renault Mégane RS
stevo610522/01/2019 15:46

I'd opt for the Renault Mégane RS


Can you get a Megane RS for £244.99 a month?
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