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Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra EZ DSG - 24 Month Lease - 10k miles p/a - £785.37 deposit + £261.79pm + no fee = £6,806.74 @ Leasing Options
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Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra EZ DSG - 24 Month Lease - 10k miles p/a - £785.37 deposit + £261.79pm + no fee = £6,806.74 @ Leasing Options

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Refreshed 21st Jan (Posted 14th Dec 2018)
Update 18/12 - now £261.79pm but £99 processing fee removed = Same total over two years




0-60 in 5.7 seconds and 290bhp with a list price of £30k. Very good price for the Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra EZ DSG on a 2 year lease with a good level of mileage (10k miles per annum). Works out at £261.79 per month with a deposit of £785.37 or £283.61 net and now no admin fee (3+23 profile). In terms of price comparison, looks to be much cheaper versus other sites by £1k+ over the term of the lease.

Specs include metallic paint, 3D Sat Nav, 8" Touchscreen with Apple CarPlay / Android Auto, Digital Cockpit, Cruise Control and Front and Rear Parking Sensors. Also road tax and 12 month breakdown assistance included. Please note this is pipeline stock, so if you do opt for this deal, delivery date is probably end of Feb/March.




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

  • 3 x 23 payment profile
  • 10,000 miles per annum
  • £785.37 upfront payment/deposit
  • 23 monthly payments of £261.79
  • No admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £6806.74 or £283.61 net per month
  • Petrol
  • Gearbox Semi-Auto

List price: £29,610


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The Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra Lux [EZ] 5dr DSG only £271.79 a month (£10 more than above)

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0-60 of 5.7 Seconds and 290 bhp. Specs include metallic paint, 3D Sat Nav, 8" Touchscreen with Apple CarPlay / Android Auto, Digital Cockpit and Front and Rear Parking Sensors. Plus there are additional extras on the Lux model including Winter Pack (heated Seats and Windscreen), leather seats, keyless Entry, wireless charging and adaptive Cruise Control.

  • 3 x 23 payment profile
  • 10,000 miles per annum
  • £815.37 upfront payment/deposit
  • 23 monthly payments of £271.79
  • No admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £7066.54 or £294.44 net per month
  • Petrol
  • Gearbox Semi-Auto

List price: £30,720
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singhisking6814/12/2018 15:49

If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k …If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k ...and save your self petrol, road tax, and congestion charged


Well it's a lease so no one is spending £30k.
"0-60 in 4.4 seconds" thats quite nippy, hope it has some good brakes so that when you get to the end of the slip road and find the motorway traffic doing 40mph, you can slow down quickly enough.
singhisking6814/12/2018 15:49

If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k …If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k ...and save your self petrol, road tax, and congestion charged


Model 3. Which has no launch date here. They just announced pricing for Europe and intend to start shipping in February. Europe is not getting the mid-range $35k model.

Except the Model 3 isn't really $35k. It is $46k. They include a $7.5k Government subsidy in the price, as well as the estimated savings you will make through 6 years of driving.

The pricing for Europe starts at €58k, which is £52k. So yeah. Good luck spending £30k on a new Model 3 Tesla.
Edited by: "plebbygiraffe" 14th Dec 2018
singhisking6851 m ago

If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k …If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k ...and save your self petrol, road tax, and congestion charged


Link for a 28k Tesla? You might be looking at nearly double that for a model 3
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VW engine...
If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k ...and save your self petrol, road tax, and congestion charged
Edited by: "singhisking68" 14th Dec 2018
singhisking6814/12/2018 15:49

If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k …If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k ...and save your self petrol, road tax, and congestion charged


Well it's a lease so no one is spending £30k.
Dear lord...
The last time this company posted a lease deal through one of the hukd mods. Called them straight away, said it was a hukd sponsored deal and was told all the cars at the deal price had gone and I’d only be able to have one with metallic paint for an extra £30 per month. They called back the next day saying I could have it for £10 extra instead.
Mire.Mare14/12/2018 15:53

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That's not the Cupra interior at all. 36506129-KkSgB.jpg

Edited by: "jarviand" 14th Dec 2018
AdDaMan5 m ago

Dear lord...


Still laughing at your comment... Couldn't have put it better myself
Edited by: "scallytoes" 14th Dec 2018
Good car, had one back when they were £131 a month a couple of years ago, 0-60 is way off though
Been a few of the Cupra deals around. Seems a good option. Personally rather hold for A Golf R around the £250 mark as they do come and go. Correct Interior. Note the Copper Detailng.
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Edited by: "sagman76" 14th Dec 2018
"0-60 in 4.4 seconds" thats quite nippy, hope it has some good brakes so that when you get to the end of the slip road and find the motorway traffic doing 40mph, you can slow down quickly enough.
jarviand5 m ago

That's not the Cupra interior at all. [Image]


that's a FR interior....
singhisking6814/12/2018 15:49

If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k …If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k ...and save your self petrol, road tax, and congestion charged


Attractive except for Tesla only having 220 mile range which doesn’t suit everybody. Tempted by this Seat Cupra
Edited by: "minidan" 14th Dec 2018
M_z14/12/2018 15:58

"0-60 in 4.4 seconds" thats quite nippy, hope it has some good brakes so …"0-60 in 4.4 seconds" thats quite nippy, hope it has some good brakes so that when you get to the end of the slip road and find the motorway traffic doing 40mph, you can slow down quickly enough.


They do have good brakes as it happens, but not sure why youd be doing a standing start on a slip road????????
0-60 isn't 4.4 on this model. That's only the 4drive estate. Parkers has this fwd hatch version as 5.5
Decent deal for a decent car. Just beware the new model is out next summer so as long as you don’t mind driving around in an older generation for 18 months
scottp714/12/2018 16:04

Decent deal for a decent car. Just beware the new model is out next summer …Decent deal for a decent car. Just beware the new model is out next summer so as long as you don’t mind driving around in an older generation for 18 months


New Cupra isnt out next year is it? New Leon is. Cupra will follow later?
r200ti14/12/2018 16:04

They do have good brakes as it happens, but not sure why youd be doing a …They do have good brakes as it happens, but not sure why youd be doing a standing start on a slip road????????


You wouldn't, Mr Literal.
sagman7614/12/2018 15:56

Been a few of the Cupra deals around. Seems a good option. Personally …Been a few of the Cupra deals around. Seems a good option. Personally rather hold for A Golf R around the £250 mark as they do come and go. Correct Interior. Note the Copper Detailng. [Image]



Still wrong that's a cupra R, new one has the virtual dash not standard dials
Good deal but definitely not 4.4 seconds 0-60 in a FWD variant even with DSG. As ahenners said that'll be a quote from the 4wd estate.
Good deal would be perfect if it was cupra lux model
ukscoob15 m ago

New Cupra isnt out next year is it? New Leon is. Cupra will follow later?


Yes will follow later I imagine. Just wanted to point out for the tech conscious buyers out there as it’s rumoured to be one heck of a jump
Dave_c2 m ago

Still wrong that's a cupra R, new one has the virtual dash not standard …Still wrong that's a cupra R, new one has the virtual dash not standard dials



Bugger. Was closer than the 1st guys attempt!
donny126614/12/2018 15:55

The last time this company posted a lease deal through one of the hukd …The last time this company posted a lease deal through one of the hukd mods. Called them straight away, said it was a hukd sponsored deal and was told all the cars at the deal price had gone and I’d only be able to have one with metallic paint for an extra £30 per month. They called back the next day saying I could have it for £10 extra instead.



You may have to be quick, but they are legit and the offers absolutely do exist (and came in metalic by default -- blue or grey). I went through Leasing Options on the 1.8 Leon FR deal posted a few weeks ago, and got it for slightly *less* than the HUKD price (£10/m maintainance rather than £15/m). I submitted my interest maybe 5-6 hours after the deal went live on HUKD, and they called me back the following afternoon.

This looks like a fantastic deal -- but I don't think I could stomach the insurance on a Cupra just yet.
Edited by: "JosephRedfern" 14th Dec 2018
Might just be me but I think the car is ugly. Don't like the shape
£1k cheaper than I paid two years ago for a golf R. This deal is better as it's twice the mileage and has dsg. Also due to brand snobbery this has more standard equipment. Only better thing about the golf was the 4 wheel drive.
Good deal. Less than 25% over the two years.
ashmac6 m ago

Might just be me but I think the car is ugly. Don't like the shape


Same thoughts. Not a looker imo but a good deal nonetheless for those who like it.
You’ll always my support Chanchi.
r200ti34 m ago

They do have good brakes as it happens, but not sure why youd be doing a …They do have good brakes as it happens, but not sure why youd be doing a standing start on a slip road????????


Traffic queuing across the motorway bridge back past the slip road hence had to wait in it until I could turn left.
singhisking6851 m ago

If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k …If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k ...and save your self petrol, road tax, and congestion charged


Link for a 28k Tesla? You might be looking at nearly double that for a model 3
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singhisking6814/12/2018 15:49

If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k …If you spending 30k then Buy TESLA model 3 or model s (not sure) for £28k ...and save your self petrol, road tax, and congestion charged


Model 3. Which has no launch date here. They just announced pricing for Europe and intend to start shipping in February. Europe is not getting the mid-range $35k model.

Except the Model 3 isn't really $35k. It is $46k. They include a $7.5k Government subsidy in the price, as well as the estimated savings you will make through 6 years of driving.

The pricing for Europe starts at €58k, which is £52k. So yeah. Good luck spending £30k on a new Model 3 Tesla.
Edited by: "plebbygiraffe" 14th Dec 2018
What is pipe line stock?
Deal_HUNT3R14/12/2018 16:55

What is pipe line stock?


I think it's due for delivery 14-16 weeks
sagman7614/12/2018 15:56

Been a few of the Cupra deals around. Seems a good option. Personally …Been a few of the Cupra deals around. Seems a good option. Personally rather hold for A Golf R around the £250 mark as they do come and go. Correct Interior. Note the Copper Detailng. [Image]


The new Cupra's with the copper Seat logo do not have copper detailing on the interior, they only have a copper Seat badge. That image is wrong.

Plus there is no manual version of the Cupra anymore.
M_z14/12/2018 15:58

"0-60 in 4.4 seconds" thats quite nippy, hope it has some good brakes so …"0-60 in 4.4 seconds" thats quite nippy, hope it has some good brakes so that when you get to the end of the slip road and find the motorway traffic doing 40mph, you can slow down quickly enough.


0-60 in 4.4 seconds is in the 4WD Sports Tourer, the hatchback is FWD and 0-60 in 6 seconds.
zedlor14/12/2018 17:25

The new Cupra's with the copper Seat logo do not have copper detailing on …The new Cupra's with the copper Seat logo do not have copper detailing on the interior, they only have a copper Seat badge. That image is wrong.Plus there is no manual version of the Cupra anymore.


Yep. Been corrected already a few comments back. Has anyone put the correct pictures up yet?
plebbygiraffe42 m ago

Model 3. Which has no launch date here. They just announced pricing for …Model 3. Which has no launch date here. They just announced pricing for Europe and intend to start shipping in February. Europe is not getting the mid-range $35k model.Except the Model 3 isn't really $35k. It is $46k. They include a $7.5k Government subsidy in the price, as well as the estimated savings you will make through 6 years of driving.The pricing for Europe starts at €58k, which is £52k. So yeah. Good luck spending £30k on a new Model 3 Tesla.


And that’s before you start on the equivalent equipment that come with it...(skeptical)
Confusing 0-60 spec?

parkers.co.uk/sea…cs/

no mention of 4WD? In fact when you click specs it says FWD? But other “EZ” reviews say 6 secs.. weirrd.
zedlor14/12/2018 17:26

0-60 in 4.4 seconds is in the 4WD Sports Tourer, the hatchback is FWD and …0-60 in 4.4 seconds is in the 4WD Sports Tourer, the hatchback is FWD and 0-60 in 6 seconds.


Nope been looking to buy a slightly older model since April this year and prices haven't gone down. Going off a slight tangent, 0-60 5.7 secs.
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