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SEAT Leon Hatch 1.5 TSI EVO 130 SE 2 Year Lease £184.78 x 24 plus £300 admin £4734.72
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SEAT Leon Hatch 1.5 TSI EVO 130 SE 2 Year Lease £184.78 x 24 plus £300 admin £4734.72

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Posted 26th Jun
No deposit, looks like a good 2 year deal
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If only it was the DSG model. Great deal nevertheless
m5rcc26/06/2019 17:37

Cheaper here by £243.52 over the term or £10.15/net/mth.


great, never heard of the company, have used Yes lease before, but I guess they both are are only acting as intermediaries
Good deal, can just sell it once you've paid it off after the 2 years.
petergriffin3226/06/2019 17:45

Good deal, can just sell it once you've paid it off after the 2 years.


It's a lease. You hand it back....dont own it.
bowdiddly26/06/2019 17:40

great, never heard of the company, have used Yes lease before, but I guess …great, never heard of the company, have used Yes lease before, but I guess they both are are only acting as intermediaries


Even with a cheaper price not a great lease deal.

You can buy this car discounted for £14,215 and it has a residual of £9,475 after two years and 20k miles.

If you opted for the 10k lease option, it only comes in at £200 cheaper than actual ownership.
m5rcc26/06/2019 17:52

Even with a cheaper price not a great lease deal. You can buy this car …Even with a cheaper price not a great lease deal. You can buy this car discounted for £14,215 and it has a residual of £9,475 after two years and 20k miles.If you opted for the 10k lease option, it only comes in at £200 cheaper than actual ownership.


I only lease now, saves the hassle of selling, haggling etc,
bowdiddly26/06/2019 18:04

I only lease now, saves the hassle of selling, haggling etc,


No problem. Just it's a high-ish ratio to the discounted purchase price.
bowdiddly26/06/2019 18:04

I only lease now, saves the hassle of selling, haggling etc,


Thats what i was thinking but i can only drive automatic and cant find many deals like this.
Excellent car excellent price!
This model is being replaced soon so there are some good deals on purchase and lease right now.
petergriffin3226/06/2019 17:45

Good deal, can just sell it once you've paid it off after the 2 years.


your at it!
Tempted by this, hmm.
m5rcc26/06/2019 17:52

Even with a cheaper price not a great lease deal. You can buy this car …Even with a cheaper price not a great lease deal. You can buy this car discounted for £14,215 and it has a residual of £9,475 after two years and 20k miles.If you opted for the 10k lease option, it only comes in at £200 cheaper than actual ownership.


So at the end of the 2 years you hand it back and get another car. Don’t have any issues trying to then sell it on, worry about it’s resale value, or trade it in for a crap price against another car.

I can see the appeal of leading if you wish to drive a new car every 2 or 3 years, if you plan on keeping a car for longer then yes buying would make more sense.
jonnypb26/06/2019 19:38

So at the end of the 2 years you hand it back and get another car. Don’t h …So at the end of the 2 years you hand it back and get another car. Don’t have any issues trying to then sell it on, worry about it’s resale value, or trade it in for a crap price against another car.I can see the appeal of leading if you wish to drive a new car every 2 or 3 years, if you plan on keeping a car for longer then yes buying would make more sense.


Sure, but if one is a careless leasee, then you may find some scrapes/dings could be chargeable at the end.

My sole point is that this deal (or the cheaper one I posted) is not substantially cheap enough.
m5rcc26/06/2019 19:40

Sure, but if one is a careless leasee, then you may find some …Sure, but if one is a careless leasee, then you may find some scrapes/dings could be chargeable at the end.My sole point is that this deal (or the cheaper one I posted) is not substantially cheap enough.


If you lease a new car and put a scratch on it you pay to fix it, if you buy a new car and put a scratch on it you pay to fix it - not sure where your logic is there?

How cheap do you want it to be? You said yourself that leading this car over 2 years is cheaper than buying it!? If you have a better/cheaper deal for driving a new car over a 2 year period then I’d like to see it as I’m thinking of changing mine.
PhoenixRising26/06/2019 19:40

Sorry for the shameless self promotion but my deal ends up at £4,069.86 …Sorry for the shameless self promotion but my deal ends up at £4,069.86 for the 2 years.Over £600 cheaper over the 2 years at £4,069.86 total.


Hi, sorry I did not notice that, will expire this one
jonnypb26/06/2019 19:46

If you lease a new car and put a scratch on it you pay to fix it, if you …If you lease a new car and put a scratch on it you pay to fix it, if you buy a new car and put a scratch on it you pay to fix it - not sure where your logic is there?


You might not repair it straight away or at all if you own the car. You will need to do so if you lease and hand it back.

jonnypb26/06/2019 19:46

You said yourself that leading this car over 2 years is cheaper than …You said yourself that leading this car over 2 years is cheaper than buying it!?


Leasing? Yes it was, but only by £200. It's 31.92% of cost price which as I said is not amazing.

jonnypb26/06/2019 19:46

If you have a better/cheaper deal for driving a new car over a 2 year …If you have a better/cheaper deal for driving a new car over a 2 year period then I’d like to see it as I’m thinking of changing mine.


£4,069.86 or £169.58/net/mth.
m5rcc26/06/2019 19:52

You might not repair it straight away or at all if you own the car. You …You might not repair it straight away or at all if you own the car. You will need to do so if you lease and hand it back.Leasing? Yes it was, but only by £200. It's 31.92% of cost price which as I said is not amazing.£4,069.86 or £169.58/net/mth.


Thanks, been tempted with the seat Leon, just put off a little as the 1.5 engine seems to have quite a few issues. Sure it’s under warranty, but you don’t want a car that’s in the garage all the time with a know fault. Will research the engine issue a bit more.
jonnypb26/06/2019 19:54

Thanks, been tempted with the seat Leon, just put off a little as the 1.5 …Thanks, been tempted with the seat Leon, just put off a little as the 1.5 engine seems to have quite a few issues. Sure it’s under warranty, but you don’t want a car that’s in the garage all the time with a know fault. Will research the engine issue a bit more.


Think those 1.5 TSI issues have been resolved from factory build. VAG supposedly released an official update. Obviously issues still exist with those cars that have been built.
m5rcc26/06/2019 18:08

No problem. Just it's a high-ish ratio to the discounted purchase price.

31.92%? Could you elaborate please?
Pointlessusername26/06/2019 21:22

31.92%? Could you elaborate please?


Cost of the lease over the cost of the discounted outright price.
Hi - have never leased before; how do you work out the residuals of a lease vehicle please? Is there a website for this? Thanks
MBCH26/06/2019 21:30

Hi - have never leased before; how do you work out the residuals of a lease …Hi - have never leased before; how do you work out the residuals of a lease vehicle please? Is there a website for this? Thanks


Try something like this.
m5rcc26/06/2019 21:24

Cost of the lease over the cost of the discounted outright price.


What’s the
m5rcc26/06/2019 21:24

Cost of the lease over the cost of the discounted outright price.


I meant where is the discounted price please?
I have this lease at about 22% based on auto trader new car search.
At 22% it’s a good deal as leasing has gone up in price this year...but if you know a cheaper price....
Slightly unrelated but I’ve just taken a lease out on a Leon Cupra 290 and immensely happy with the car (and the deal). I’m sure the standard Leon is pretty decent too
PhoenixRising26/06/2019 19:40

Sorry for the shameless self promotion but my deal ends up at £4,069.86 …Sorry for the shameless self promotion but my deal ends up at £4,069.86 for the 2 years.Over £600 cheaper over the 2 years at £4,069.86 total.


I ordered through your link, hopefully September delivery!
Looking for a lease with 10k mileage. 3 year max. Max 200 quid a month monthly payment. Has to be 4 door with a big boot. Any options?
ses6jwg26/06/2019 22:10

Looking for a lease with 10k mileage. 3 year max. Max 200 quid a month …Looking for a lease with 10k mileage. 3 year max. Max 200 quid a month monthly payment. Has to be 4 door with a big boot. Any options?


Check leasing dot com
Anyone know how far in advance I should start looking/order a car. My current lease run s out in November and would be looking for something like this.thanks
m5rcc26/06/2019 21:54

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Cheers.:... if this comes to fruition it’s probably close to the %age you mention.
ses6jwg26/06/2019 22:10

Looking for a lease with 10k mileage. 3 year max. Max 200 quid a month …Looking for a lease with 10k mileage. 3 year max. Max 200 quid a month monthly payment. Has to be 4 door with a big boot. Any options?


I would imagine your best bet would be a Skoda Octavia, massive boot and prices are cheap at the minute. Go to Vertu Lease Cars dot co dot uk37946836-YjtSe.jpg
titchmiester1826/06/2019 23:18

Anyone know how far in advance I should start looking/order a car. My …Anyone know how far in advance I should start looking/order a car. My current lease run s out in November and would be looking for something like this.thanks


Leadtimes vary dependent upon what you decide to go for. I would suggest that you start to think about what your next car would be now and ask around the brokers to understand the factory order time scales. The Seat within this post was quoted to me by a provider at 26 weeks but will actually be available in September, however the provider will hang on to it until I need it in November.

'In Stock' cars usually need to be delivered within 6 weeks of order and in my experience tend to have the better deals. If you can wait for one of these, so if you are not too fussy, start placing orders end of August.
even stock cars ready to go will still require a 14 day cooling off period after you sign paperwork.
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