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Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra EZ DSG - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - no upfront + £293pm + no admin = £7,032 @ Leasing.com (Lookers SEAT)
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Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra EZ DSG - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - no upfront + £293pm + no admin = £7,032 @ Leasing.com (Lookers SEAT)

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Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra EZ DSG - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - no upfront + £293pm + no admin = £7,032 @ Leasing.com (Lookers SEAT)
Posted 24th Aug 2020

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Good price for this Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra EZ DSG - works out at 22.7% of £31k list price and £293 net per month based on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. £293 per month (1+23 profile), plus no upfront cost and no admin fee so a total of £7032. States is in stock. Provider is Lookers Seat via leasing.com. Next best price based on Leasing Options.

Specs for the Seat Cupra with 290bhp include 19 inch alloys, 3D Sat Nav, 8" Touchscreen with Apple CarPlay / Android Auto, Digital Cockpit, Cruise Control and Front and Rear Parking Sensors.

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Seat Leon 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra EZ DSG


  • 1 x 23 payment profile
  • 8,000 miles per annum
  • £293 initial payment
  • 23 monthly payments of £293
  • No admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £7,032 or £293 net per month
  • Petrol
  • Gearbox Semi-Auto
  • Gears 7 speed
  • 43.5 MPG combined
  • 0-60 seconds - 6.0 seconds
  • Road tax included
  • List price: £30,885

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Ouzoherb24/08/2020 13:27

Ugly car and may be quick but no one will look twice


Story of your life?
Ouzoherb24/08/2020 13:27

Ugly car and may be quick but no one will look twice

Not in the slightest bit ugly to me
Ouzoherb24/08/2020 13:27

Ugly car and may be quick but no one will look twice



Who cares? I've had the car that looks dapper and all it does is attract attention. If you want a car that people look twice at you're on the wrong forum.
If the return criteria at the end of the lease is that tyres just need to be legal (1.6mm tread depth), why not rotate the front wheels to the back halfway through the term so they're all still legal? On this 2WD car, the rear wheel wear will be quite low (likely 1.0 - 1.2mm every 10k miles. On the fronts it's likely to be 3.5 - 4.0mm every 10k miles. If you rotate, you'll have about 5mm gone in 20k miles across all 4 tyres.
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Great price.
Good price! Hot
Please change the pic to suit.
Guessing this is stock models? If not will it be the Seat Leon Cupra or the Cupra Leon brand?
Dumb question do these have heated front seats ?
bengalknights24/08/2020 13:10

Guessing this is stock models? If not will it be the Seat Leon Cupra or …Guessing this is stock models? If not will it be the Seat Leon Cupra or the Cupra Leon brand?


Clearly given this is the mkIII León.
omarlilyo24/08/2020 13:11

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Your right just checked there website and the face-lift version's are Cupra branded so presume this is pre fl
pelaquin24/08/2020 13:10

Dumb question do these have heated front seats ?


Only on the lux and not the ez
bengalknights24/08/2020 13:14

Your right just checked there website and the face-lift version's are …Your right just checked there website and the face-lift version's are Cupra branded so presume this is pre fl


I really like the cupra standalone ones...just a bit pricey for me haha
I enquired with Lookers about a Cupra Lease offer they had a month or two ago. Maintenance was quoted at £28/m, I'd guess it's the same this time round. At the time that made it more expensive than the Leasing Options deal (though their prices have now gone back up)
Heat from me.ost efficient way to run one of these new for two years and in stock to boot. Nice.
Ugly car and may be quick but no one will look twice
JosephRedfern24/08/2020 13:19

I enquired with Lookers about a Cupra Lease offer they had a month or two …I enquired with Lookers about a Cupra Lease offer they had a month or two ago. Maintenance was quoted at £28/m, I'd guess it's the same this time round. At the time that made it more expensive than the Leasing Options deal (though their prices have now gone back up)


I had one of these for two years and put 20k Miles on the clock, it needed two new decent front tyres (£230) and a service (£160 I think) so that's £16pm maintenance cost, and could be less if you dare cheap out on this with front tyres. Maintenance at that cost seems a no go.
Ouzoherb24/08/2020 13:27

Ugly car and may be quick but no one will look twice

Not in the slightest bit ugly to me
Ouzoherb24/08/2020 13:27

Ugly car and may be quick but no one will look twice


Story of your life?
greglowe124/08/2020 13:30

I had one of these for two years and put 20k Miles on the clock, it needed …I had one of these for two years and put 20k Miles on the clock, it needed two new decent front tyres (£230) and a service (£160 I think) so that's £16pm maintenance cost, and could be less if you dare cheap out on this with front tyres. Maintenance at that cost seems a no go.



It did seem a bit steep, but I guess some people would rather pay a little over the odds and have 0 uncertaity about tyre costs etc. I'll be paying £16/m for maintenance from Leasing Options, seemed reasonable enough.
I paid about £300 less than this over the term for the same car and mileage back in Oct last year through the leasing options deal that was posted on HUKD. Really surprised that we're still seeing higher prices on lease deals than were on offer pre-covid, especially on a model that is about to be replaced.
JosephRedfern24/08/2020 13:34

It did seem a bit steep, but I guess some people would rather pay a little …It did seem a bit steep, but I guess some people would rather pay a little over the odds and have 0 uncertaity about tyre costs etc. I'll be paying £16/m for maintenance from Leasing Options, seemed reasonable enough.


That sounds like a good price to me, I could have done with a set of rear tyres but never replaced them as it was above the legal limit and car was going back - you'd be able to get a new set under the maintenance which makes it even better value.
Ouzoherb24/08/2020 13:27

Ugly car and may be quick but no one will look twice



Who cares? I've had the car that looks dapper and all it does is attract attention. If you want a car that people look twice at you're on the wrong forum.
Ouzoherb24/08/2020 13:27

Ugly car and may be quick but no one will look twice



Why on earth would you want your car to stand out? Sounds like a great way of attracting trouble.
Ouzoherb24/08/2020 13:27

Ugly car and may be quick but no one will look twice


and you probably drive a Volvo.
idroidmaniac24/08/2020 13:37

Who cares? I've had the car that looks dapper and all it does is attract …Who cares? I've had the car that looks dapper and all it does is attract attention. If you want a car that people look twice at you're on the wrong forum.


Yes there are people on here that would drive a bin if it was cheap and legal! (nothing wrong with that either!)
Edited by: "omarlilyo" 24th Aug
If the return criteria at the end of the lease is that tyres just need to be legal (1.6mm tread depth), why not rotate the front wheels to the back halfway through the term so they're all still legal? On this 2WD car, the rear wheel wear will be quite low (likely 1.0 - 1.2mm every 10k miles. On the fronts it's likely to be 3.5 - 4.0mm every 10k miles. If you rotate, you'll have about 5mm gone in 20k miles across all 4 tyres.
Is the car in the images the exact car? (same body kit, wheels and interior?)
Ouzoherb24/08/2020 13:27

Ugly car and may be quick but no one will look twice


Some people like there cars subtle. I bought a cupra for that reason - 400bhp (easy to get) in a car nobody looks twice at.
Its not all about 'look at me', personally i prefer to drive a car than park it up and have kids marvel at me.
Id have one of these if i could trade my car in, great price for the car.
Seams a fair price ( I paid £6k for the same terms in 2017 but that was a manual Cupra 300 and lease prices have risen sharply again since )

I loved my Cupra, in a few ways I preferred it over my current Merc A250.

I managed to make the front tyres last my 2 year term by rotating them with the rears when they got low on tread, Also I managed to avoid the 2nd service by delaying the first one by a few weeks
Stock tires are so bad, put my fronts down to 3mm after 6k miles. Replaced all 4 with PS4S and the difference is night and day 👌
Says it's gone now.
Bad deal anyhow, as most people wouldn't want a left hand drive car.
Old model. It's also a target for thieves to use as getaway cars.
Kingsworth24/08/2020 14:05

and you probably drive a Volvo.


Just handed back an S90 D5 Rdesign with the larger wheels. Loved it.
foordy0824/08/2020 14:34

Stock tires are so bad, put my fronts down to 3mm after 6k miles. Replaced …Stock tires are so bad, put my fronts down to 3mm after 6k miles. Replaced all 4 with PS4S and the difference is night and day 👌


What were the stock tyres? For different reasons, every time I've had a new VW come with Bridgestones, they're straight off the car for Michelin PS4 or PSS. Bridgestones are awful for grip, traction and noise (but hard wearing).
monkeyhanger7524/08/2020 14:41

What were the stock tyres? For different reasons, every time I've had a …What were the stock tyres? For different reasons, every time I've had a new VW come with Bridgestones, they're straight off the car for Michelin PS4 or PSS. Bridgestones are awful for grip, traction and noise (but hard wearing).


I’m sure they were Continental Sport Contact 5 but just found them very poor all round. I like my Michelins!
Ouzoherb24/08/2020 13:27

Ugly car and may be quick but no one will look twice


I think the ugly part is subjective, I personally love the look of these. And seat/Skoda have always been the car that no one really looks at but the owners usually don't care...
bengalknights24/08/2020 13:14

Your right just checked there website and the face-lift version's are …Your right just checked there website and the face-lift version's are Cupra branded so presume this is pre fl



This is the MK3 facelift. The 'new' Cupra Leon is based on the MK4 Leon, the normal versions of which are out but the Cupra version has no launch date yet.
BabyDog24/08/2020 14:38

Old model. It's also a target for thieves to use as getaway cars.


The only image I have of the Leon is lunatic driving and lower level drug dealing!
foordy0824/08/2020 14:44

I’m sure they were Continental Sport Contact 5 but just found them very p …I’m sure they were Continental Sport Contact 5 but just found them very poor all round. I like my Michelins!


Sounds about right for Continental - soft as clarts.

Recently bought a 10.month old A4 190ps TDI Quattro with 10.3k miles and the fronts had been replaced already because they don't sell used cars with less than 3mm tread on the tyres. The rears are just over 3mm. 4WD cars wear their tyres pretty evenly front to back (due to no front tyre wheelspin/tramping), with just a little more wear on the fronts due to steering.

On my Golf R with similar torque and a lot more power than my A4, the Michelin PSS I had put on were only 2/3 worn with 24k miles done on them.

I always buy Michelins when replacing tyres.
monkeyhanger7524/08/2020 14:56

Sounds about right for Continental - soft as clarts. Recently bought a …Sounds about right for Continental - soft as clarts. Recently bought a 10.month old A4 190ps TDI Quattro with 10.3k miles and the fronts had been replaced already because they don't sell used cars with less than 3mm tread on the tyres. The rears are just over 3mm. 4WD cars wear their tyres pretty evenly front to back (due to no front tyre wheelspin/tramping), with just a little more wear on the fronts due to steering.On my Golf R with similar torque and a lot more power than my A4, the Michelin PSS I had put on were only 2/3 worn with 24k miles done on them.I always buy Michelins when replacing tyres.



Always had primacy on my cars and always got decent miles out of em
monkeyhanger7524/08/2020 14:56

Sounds about right for Continental - soft as clarts. Recently bought a …Sounds about right for Continental - soft as clarts. Recently bought a 10.month old A4 190ps TDI Quattro with 10.3k miles and the fronts had been replaced already because they don't sell used cars with less than 3mm tread on the tyres. The rears are just over 3mm. 4WD cars wear their tyres pretty evenly front to back (due to no front tyre wheelspin/tramping), with just a little more wear on the fronts due to steering.On my Golf R with similar torque and a lot more power than my A4, the Michelin PSS I had put on were only 2/3 worn with 24k miles done on them.I always buy Michelins when replacing tyres.


I ended upside down on Michelin XZXs!

I prefer a little bit of rubber in my tyres now, even those on my wheelchair.
Edited by: "nihcaj" 24th Aug
monkeyhanger7524/08/2020 14:21

If the return criteria at the end of the lease is that tyres just need to …If the return criteria at the end of the lease is that tyres just need to be legal (1.6mm tread depth), why not rotate the front wheels to the back halfway through the term so they're all still legal? On this 2WD car, the rear wheel wear will be quite low (likely 1.0 - 1.2mm every 10k miles. On the fronts it's likely to be 3.5 - 4.0mm every 10k miles. If you rotate, you'll have about 5mm gone in 20k miles across all 4 tyres.


100% agree, same on the polo gtis 😃
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