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Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra EZ 5dr DSG - 24 Mo - 10k miles p/a - £755.97 Deposit +  £251.99pm + no fee (£6551.74 total) @ Leasing Options
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Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra EZ 5dr DSG - 24 Mo - 10k miles p/a - £755.97 Deposit + £251.99pm + no fee (£6551.74 total) @ Leasing Options

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Posted 2nd Apr
This was a really popular offer back at the start of the year, so i've been keeping my eye out on it dropping again, and sure enough it has happened

Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra EZ 5dr DSG has 290bhp, digital cockpit, 3D Sat Nav, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus front and rear parking sensors. A whole lot of car for your money!

10K mileage per annum, with of course options to adjust, with a £755.97 deposit and £251.99 per month on a 2 year lease. No processing fee on this either which is always nice

Spec includes:

- Metallic Paint

- Digital Cockpit

- Cruise Control

- Front and Rear Parking Sensors

- 8" Touchscreen with Apple CarPlay / Android Auto

- 3D Sat Nav



SEAT LEON HATCHBACK 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra [EZ] 5dr DSG

  • 3 x 23 payment profile
  • 10,000 miles per annum
  • £755.97 upfront payment/deposit
  • 23 monthly payments of £251.99
  • No admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £6551.74 or £272.98 net per month
  • Petrol
  • Gearbox Semi-Auto

Manufacturer RRP £29,610

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I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the cupra forums and read a few posts about these getting stolen and people houses broken into after being followed home. Nice car and good price but not sure I could put myself and family through it just for a car, these alongside golf r, gti and Audi S1 etc seem to be high up on the list.
margamboy02/04/2019 12:09

I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the …I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the cupra forums and read a few posts about these getting stolen and people houses broken into after being followed home. Nice car and good price but not sure I could put myself and family through it just for a car, these alongside golf r, gti and Audi S1 etc seem to be high up on the list.


Surely that depends on where you live. It's a bit extreme to not own a car because of some far fetched stats on a car forum. As hard as it is to believe there's still plenty of places in the U.K where people still leave their doors open. Not everyone is out to steal your car, it's just ludicrous and I don't mean the P90D kind.
Astounded that people live in fear of having a particular type of car and let that dictate what they drive.

If car crime is high in those areas, then it's highly probable that crime in general will be just as high as they tend to feed off each other. Do you go out, do you feel safe, if not move to somewhere nicer !!
helikesmysmile02/04/2019 12:05

I have the cupra FR in this colour and it is stunning


They don’t do Cupra FR. It’s either a Cupra or an FR
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Lovely. Hope this (or similar) is around when my Fiesta ST goes back next May.
Great deal, hope something like this is around this time next year...
I have the cupra FR in this colour and it is stunning
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I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the cupra forums and read a few posts about these getting stolen and people houses broken into after being followed home. Nice car and good price but not sure I could put myself and family through it just for a car, these alongside golf r, gti and Audi S1 etc seem to be high up on the list.
What would the buyout price be at the end of the 24 months please?
Any clues?
margamboy02/04/2019 12:09

I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the …I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the cupra forums and read a few posts about these getting stolen and people houses broken into after being followed home. Nice car and good price but not sure I could put myself and family through it just for a car, these alongside golf r, gti and Audi S1 etc seem to be high up on the list.


Surely that depends on where you live. It's a bit extreme to not own a car because of some far fetched stats on a car forum. As hard as it is to believe there's still plenty of places in the U.K where people still leave their doors open. Not everyone is out to steal your car, it's just ludicrous and I don't mean the P90D kind.
If only I did 10k miles per year...
KrispiiDuck4 m ago

What would the buyout price be at the end of the 24 months please?Any …What would the buyout price be at the end of the 24 months please?Any clues?


No an option with leasing most of the time. After 24 months you hand it back and get yourself another car
margamboy16 m ago

I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the …I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the cupra forums and read a few posts about these getting stolen and people houses broken into after being followed home. Nice car and good price but not sure I could put myself and family through it just for a car, these alongside golf r, gti and Audi S1 etc seem to be high up on the list.


This is a smoking deal, it is just a shame that you do have to think about the above in this day and age.
pelaquin02/04/2019 12:19

Surely that depends on where you live. It's a bit extreme to not own a …Surely that depends on where you live. It's a bit extreme to not own a car because of some far fetched stats on a car forum. As hard as it is to believe there's still plenty of places in the U.K where people still leave their doors open. Not everyone is out to steal your car, it's just ludicrous and I don't mean the P90D kind.


Not really - theft of these through hannoy burglaries is rife anywhere - any VAG car, BMW, Merc, Rangies etc.

Best deterrent is Anti snap 3 star locks for your doors and a Ring or similar doorbell. They usually take one look at either of these and leg it to an easier target.
KrispiiDuck02/04/2019 12:18

What would the buyout price be at the end of the 24 months please?Any …What would the buyout price be at the end of the 24 months please?Any clues?


I used to get offered these every couple of years, but the lease companies haven’t offered buyout since about 2005ish. Just not done any more - usually they’re collected by Auction Staff Direct
helikesmysmile02/04/2019 12:05

I have the cupra FR in this colour and it is stunning


They don’t do Cupra FR. It’s either a Cupra or an FR
KrispiiDuck02/04/2019 12:18

What would the buyout price be at the end of the 24 months please?Any …What would the buyout price be at the end of the 24 months please?Any clues?


It’s a lease deal, you don’t buy a lease car at the end of the term.
KentishLad5 m ago

I used to get offered these every couple of years, but the lease companies …I used to get offered these every couple of years, but the lease companies haven’t offered buyout since about 2005ish. Just not done any more - usually they’re collected by Auction Staff Direct


I imagine in two years time the amount the lease company would want, if they allowed you to buy it wouldn't be much less than you could buy a new one for after discounts and dealer contributions
If the lease is via VWFS then you have the option to buy out at the end, but with leasing companies they use many different finance companies who do not allow a buy out at the end of contract.
margamboy3 m ago

If the lease is via VWFS then you have the option to buy out at the end, …If the lease is via VWFS then you have the option to buy out at the end, but with leasing companies they use many different finance companies who do not allow a buy out at the end of contract.


Can confirm that VWFS let you buy as I have recently bought my mates old company car off VWFS. Worked out a lot cheaper than anything that was on Autotrader to as well as having a fresh MOT, Service and two new premium tyres just before I had it.
I had chance to buy my car end of lease as said above via VWFS - great car, great price this i would say - as for people stealing them etc surely that applies to anything a bit special and relates to where you live in the country sadly, plus as long as its insured whats the issue, its just a car that you dont even own...
KentishLad14 m ago

I used to get offered these every couple of years, but the lease companies …I used to get offered these every couple of years, but the lease companies haven’t offered buyout since about 2005ish. Just not done any more - usually they’re collected by Auction Staff Direct


Vw finance offered me my yeti last year. I assume this will also be Vw finance
KrispiiDuck24 m ago

What would the buyout price be at the end of the 24 months please?Any …What would the buyout price be at the end of the 24 months please?Any clues?


I can't give you any clues on the price but contrary to other responses, I have never not been offered the car at the end of the lease. Sometimes I have had to phone them to get a price but never not been offered at some point.

I purchased a Golf Match from VW for £10000 with 26000 miles I put on it from new about a year ago to give you an idea.

I suppose it takes the hassle out of them having to auction it or put it on the forecourt themselves so prices tend to be quite fair.
Great deal!
margamboy42 m ago

I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the …I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the cupra forums and read a few posts about these getting stolen and people houses broken into after being followed home. Nice car and good price but not sure I could put myself and family through it just for a car, these alongside golf r, gti and Audi S1 etc seem to be high up on the list.


It's happened twice on our estate. I've even heard of them putting trackers on them, that way they don't even need to to follow you home. Personally I wouldn't put my family at risk for the sake of one.
In lieu of the legendary Golf R lease deals of old this is probably the best hot hatch you can get for anything like this money.
margamboy02/04/2019 12:09

I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the …I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the cupra forums and read a few posts about these getting stolen and people houses broken into after being followed home. Nice car and good price but not sure I could put myself and family through it just for a car, these alongside golf r, gti and Audi S1 etc seem to be high up on the list.


This is why I haven't got a Golf R on my driveway. It's not that the car gets nicked - that can be replaced, it's the methods employed in taking them. I've got a family to consider. One of my friends is a Police Officer and advised me to steer clear of these and Audi S3s, I don't have time to type out all incidents mentioned, but in summary, armed gangs actively seek these out in the North West/North Wales/Midlands. They do this for two reasons, 1.) They're fast and nimble, can out run Police 330d's and squeeze between bollards etc and 2.) They then get broken up and sold as parts once used a couple of times.
helikesmysmile26 m ago

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Potentially the most random thing I have seen on here today!
Astounded that people live in fear of having a particular type of car and let that dictate what they drive.

If car crime is high in those areas, then it's highly probable that crime in general will be just as high as they tend to feed off each other. Do you go out, do you feel safe, if not move to somewhere nicer !!
margamboy02/04/2019 12:09

I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the …I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the cupra forums and read a few posts about these getting stolen and people houses broken into after being followed home. Nice car and good price but not sure I could put myself and family through it just for a car, these alongside golf r, gti and Audi S1 etc seem to be high up on the list.


This happened to me with my Golf R, 3 masked men trying to break in at 2am, they didn’t get in but we got rid of the car shortly after and would never have another, too many scumbags like this around who don’t car about anyone else.
exel196602/04/2019 13:05

Astounded that people live in fear of having a particular type of car and …Astounded that people live in fear of having a particular type of car and let that dictate what they drive.If car crime is high in those areas, then it's highly probable that crime in general will be just as high as they tend to feed off each other. Do you go out, do you feel safe, if not move to somewhere nicer !!


What a ridiculous comment, these people come to the “somewhere nicer” as you put it because they know there will be nice cars.

Happened to me with my Golf R, they didn’t get in but there’s no way I’d ever have another one and I live in a low crime area.
Edited by: "g944s2" 2nd Apr
Semi-auto? Is that where you just push the gearstick up or down to change gear?
g944s202/04/2019 13:13

What a ridiculous comment, these people come to the “somewhere nicer” as yo …What a ridiculous comment, these people come to the “somewhere nicer” as you put it because they know there will be nice cars.Happened to me with my Golf R, they didn’t get in but there’s no way I’d ever have another one and I live in a low crime area.



It happened to you so it's going to happen to everyone is it ?

Hardly ridiculous. I would imagine a miniscule percentage of Cupra owners/drivers have had their cars stolen or attempted to be stolen.
I think that you'll find that these cars don't feature highly in insurance/crime lists of cars most likely to be stolen. FACT
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Bigfootpete17 m ago

Semi-auto? Is that where you just push the gearstick up or down to change …Semi-auto? Is that where you just push the gearstick up or down to change gear?


You can or just leave it in D. Called semi auto because it employs two clutches to change gears unlike a regular auto. Also has paddles to change up and down should you wish. Lot quicker than you could change gear in a manual and much faster than a convential auto.
Anyone know the colour in the picture?
jonathangarner20141 h, 24 m ago

It’s a lease deal, you don’t buy a lease car at the end of the term.


They sometimes give you a price to buy it once the lease ends. I had this happen with Audi, so I assume SEAT would do the same.
JH711 m ago

Anyone know the colour in the picture?


Mystery blue.
JH715 m ago

Anyone know the colour in the picture?


Mystery Blue
I live in a very nice well to-do area, with big gated houses and a river traversing the estate overlooking a meadow with residents owning an array of tasteful high-end motor vehicles. A few neighbours have had problems, however, this all changed when my home was raided by special branch and counter terrorism officers. Some trivial allegation of supplying dual-use technologies via an offshore company information from my previously seized laptop with schematics for ballistic missile technologies and the activity of foreign agencies in the UK. Deny all such allegations. Seemingly not had a house break in or attempted car theft since.

True story brah...
Edited by: "Sammy86" 2nd Apr
margamboy02/04/2019 12:09

I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the …I was looking at this deal last night, then jumped over to one of the cupra forums and read a few posts about these getting stolen and people houses broken into after being followed home. Nice car and good price but not sure I could put myself and family through it just for a car, these alongside golf r, gti and Audi S1 etc seem to be high up on the list.


Sorry to say this a real concern, our Cupra 290 was taken this way last year (yes we had PAS handles, anti snaps locks and CCTV) I won't have another fast VAG car again. There have been at least 4 GTis and Golf Rs taken in a similar fashion and we live in a quiet v nice area.
It was extremely traumatising.
Scorpion1 h, 19 m ago

This is why I haven't got a Golf R on my driveway. It's not that the car …This is why I haven't got a Golf R on my driveway. It's not that the car gets nicked - that can be replaced, it's the methods employed in taking them. I've got a family to consider. One of my friends is a Police Officer and advised me to steer clear of these and Audi S3s, I don't have time to type out all incidents mentioned, but in summary, armed gangs actively seek these out in the North West/North Wales/Midlands. They do this for two reasons, 1.) They're fast and nimble, can out run Police 330d's and squeeze between bollards etc and 2.) They then get broken up and sold as parts once used a couple of times.


Exactly 5 door fairly low key, easy to drive at ludicrous speeds especially with DSG. I loved my Cupra and the RS4 before it but will never have another.
Edited by: "seamonkey" 2nd Apr
pelaquin02/04/2019 12:19

Surely that depends on where you live. It's a bit extreme to not own a …Surely that depends on where you live. It's a bit extreme to not own a car because of some far fetched stats on a car forum. As hard as it is to believe there's still plenty of places in the U.K where people still leave their doors open. Not everyone is out to steal your car, it's just ludicrous and I don't mean the P90D kind.


You only have to be a member of a facebook crime page local to you, to realise that its not far fetched stats that cause this concern.
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