Seat Leon Cupra 290bhp 5dr - heated leather seats, sat nav, 19" alloys, bluetooth phone prep, parking sensors, dynamic chassis control, auto lights/wipers, climate control etc. - £2400 deposit & £132/month - 2 yr lease - 5k pa @ FVC
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Seat Leon Cupra 290bhp 5dr - heated leather seats, sat nav, 19" alloys, bluetooth phone prep, parking sensors, dynamic chassis control, auto lights/wipers, climate control etc. - £2400 deposit & £132/month - 2 yr lease - 5k pa @ FVC

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Found 4th Jul 2016
£31k list price. Also includes metallic paint.

1st monthly installment - £2400 (can be lowered).
23 monthly payments of £131.98.
Admin fee - £239.

Total payable over term - £5674. Equivalent to £236/month all-in.

5k pa. Add £6 per month for every extra 1000 miles pa (equivalent to 7.2p per mile inc VAT).

246 Comments

Great deal!
I'm paying this for a 184 FR Tech albeit with 8k miles/yr

Test drove the estate version recently. Superb bit of kit. Depreciation is quite high so leasing at this price is a pretty good option although 5k miles wont get you very far.

Great car although many will cite the 10hp/4wd deficiency to a Golf R

There is an 8k deal for £255.40/month all-in

m5rcc

There is an 8k deal for £255.40/month all-in



You got a link for that?

dainese321

Test drove the estate version recently. Superb bit of kit. Depreciation … Test drove the estate version recently. Superb bit of kit. Depreciation is quite high so leasing at this price is a pretty good option although 5k miles wont get you very far.



It'll get you to India ... although not back again.

A lot of power for the money but I just don't like the look of them.... prefer the look of the older Leon Cupra. Not fierce enough.

martyn_3000

You got a link for that?



Here

Do u have to get your own insurance for deals like this??? thanks

Original Poster

m5rcc

Here



Cheaper to go for the 5k pa option and pay the excess mileage. Granted, it's only £20 cheaper...

So you pay all that money but still don't own the car, I don't understand why anybody leases cars like this... Just wasted money like renting a house or flat... Like I do

gadger100

So you pay all that money but still don't own the car, I don't … So you pay all that money but still don't own the car, I don't understand why anybody leases cars like this... Just wasted money like renting a house or flat... Like I do



Wrong - because you should only lease if an asset depreciates and even more so when it beats the depreciation had you bought it in cash.

If an asset appreciates, buy it.

gadger100

So you pay all that money but still don't own the car, I don't … So you pay all that money but still don't own the car, I don't understand why anybody leases cars like this... Just wasted money like renting a house or flat... Like I do


So buy the car instead, lose more than that in depreciation in the first couple of years and sell it on for a loss ... for some people who want a new car under warranty, £2.5k a year isn't a huge amount to spend.

My wife pays more than that in tax on her company car (which she doesn't own either !)

jscwan

Do u have to get your own insurance for deals like this??? thanks



Same as you would do for a car you'd own

Looks like a nice car but the C1 deal was quite a bit cheaper.

Great monthly price for a car with 290bhp.

£6501 for 10k miles... but only £702 ontop of the £5674 if you do an extra 5k miles over the term. Is this correct?
Edited by: "jeds" 4th Jul 2016

karlie88

Seats look … Seats look comfy:[img]http://images.cdn.autocar.co.uk/sites/autocar.co.uk/files/styles/gallery_slide/public/images/car-reviews/first-drives/legacy/leon-st-cupra-1-5.jpg?itok=oPbGyaWq[/img]



​Thanks OP, good deal.
i know you're pretty clued up on lease companies and deals.. Would you happen to know of any good deals for a BMW M4 coupe?
Have had a look at all the usual suspects but there are so many companies out there alot of which I've never heard of...

Nice looking car 5k pa is a great tempter on price, (to get you clicking link on price) then for most who average 10-12k it's just doesn't work on math.

Was about to order the golf r until I saw this now I can't decide!

m5rcc

Wrong - because you should only lease if an asset depreciates and even … Wrong - because you should only lease if an asset depreciates and even more so when it beats the depreciation had you bought it in cash.If an asset appreciates, buy it.



​I disagree but just my opinion

Original Poster

packard

Nice looking car 5k pa is a great tempter on price, (to get you clicking … Nice looking car 5k pa is a great tempter on price, (to get you clicking link on price) then for most who average 10-12k it's just doesn't work on math.



Most average less than 8,000 miles a year.

MrSweeney

​Thanks OP, good deal.i know you're pretty clued up on lease companies a … ​Thanks OP, good deal.i know you're pretty clued up on lease companies and deals.. Would you happen to know of any good deals for a BMW M4 coupe?Have had a look at all the usual suspects but there are so many companies out there alot of which I've never heard of...



Nothing cheap. 'Contract hire and leasing ' site will give you all the deals if you are willing to put in the work with the mouse. I'm on mobile but can put a link n later if you can't find the site.

m5rcc

Same as you would do for a car you'd own




we have one through work and insurance is included,all we have ot buy is fuel.
we get it taken pre stopapages but they done have cars like this,only more eco ones.

Awesome deal! This is for the black edition to with the bucket seats and the 19" rims. Will place an order for a Dynamic Grey one tomorrow! Thanks
Edited by: "Apocc" 4th Jul 2016

Red Devil

Looks like a nice car but the C1 deal was quite a bit cheaper.


really Good point. They are comparable cars oO

gadger100

​I disagree but just my opinion


He is 100% right. It's rule number 1 in finance 101

Lovely motor!

290hp fwd with 5k limit. What a waste of money.

gadger100

​I disagree but just my opinion



​I think you need to resit your math exams

Honestly a great hot hatch. If you have one with the sticky tyres and DSG it's easily a match for the 2015 Civic Type R. It's got masses of grip and an immense chassis, minus the comedy halfords-esque body kit of the fugly Honda.

karlie88

Most average less than 8,000 miles a year.



Very well but the given mileage of 5,000 is significantly below average, I do not think it's a hot deal.

I'm just curious as to why such a deal/price point is not viewed in the same way as the fastest broadband advertised with a minimal usage allowance.

But sadly also minus the mechanical and electronics reliability.

m5rcc

Same as you would do for a car you'd own



Gap insurance is a good idea too.

7.2p mileage excess. It's not a big deal going over the 6k per year.

dainese321

Test drove the estate version recently. Superb bit of kit. Depreciation … Test drove the estate version recently. Superb bit of kit. Depreciation is quite high so leasing at this price is a pretty good option although 5k miles wont get you very far.



It would get you about 2.5k miles........then you'd have to come back again.....

brett1985

Very well but the given mileage of 5,000 is significantly below average, … Very well but the given mileage of 5,000 is significantly below average, I do not think it's a hot deal.I'm just curious as to why such a deal/price point is not viewed in the same way as the fastest broadband advertised with a minimal usage allowance.



Probably due to a lot of people not needing more than 5k miles.

I only do around 3-4K myself.

Works out at approx. 57p per mile (without the fuel and insurance added)
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