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Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No upfront cost + £141.87pm (no admin) = £3405 @ Leasing Options
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Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No upfront cost + £141.87pm (no admin) = £3405 @ Leasing Options

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Posted 27th Nov 2019

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Low price for this Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr (2020 model) on a 2 year lease with 8k miles p/a. Net cost of £141.87 per month (1+23) with no upfront cost and no admin fee. Works out at just under 25% of list price and over £1500 cheaper than other providers (based on leasing.com comparison). Car is in stock for delivery. Estimated residual value is £6.2k after 2 years so leasing looks a good option versus buying new unless you can find a deal for new less than £9.6k.

Specs for the Skoda Fabia Hatchback include SmartLink plus, DAB Digital radio, Umbrella under front passenger seat, Electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, Auxiliary socket for external MP3 player, Radio swing plus with 6.5" touchscreen display, Bluetooth, SD card slot, USB port and 6 speakers, LED daytime running lights, Cloth upholstery and 15" alloy wheels, solid paint (blue). Metallic is additional.



Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr (2020 model)

  • 1 x 23 payment profile
  • 8,000 miles per annum
  • £141.87 initial
  • 23 monthly payments of £141.87
  • £0 admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £3,404.88 or £141.87 net per month
  • Petrol
  • Gearbox Manual
  • 60.1 MPG combined
  • Road tax included
  • In stock - ready for delivery

List price: £13,620


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JackToAKing27/11/2019 16:55

No stress?What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint …No stress?What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint blemish or stone chip/ ding in a supermarket car park when you take it back?Stressful I would say.But each to their own.



Good price for a reliable no thrills runaround.

As for the above, you clearly know little in regard to BVRLA terms as you don't pay for every slight blemish, stone chip/ding etc.

Doesn't hurt to park 50 yards away from the shop entrance rather than trying to park with the masses as close to the entrance as possible. Try it, the exercise might do you good
honest pictures of the car. HOT
JackToAKing27/11/2019 16:55

No stress?What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint …No stress?What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint blemish or stone chip/ ding in a supermarket car park when you take it back?Stressful I would say.But each to their own.


I've had 2 cars now first one went back with a scuffed alloy 65quids, second ones just gone back no charges it was parked on the steelworks for 12hours a day couldn't see the anything under the bonnet for dust and the grey paintwork and rubber seals were orangey/brown too, parcel cover was torn but it was put down as wear and tear, it's not all bad
Not a bad deal for a lease.

I have the same car, but on a PCP deal, the type where I have 3 options: I can give it back to the dealer after 3 years OR if there is any equity (unlikely to be much) in it I can use it as deposit on another skoda OR I can pay the final lump sum and keep the car.
Similar deal really, I pay £142 a month, paid £142 deposit and I'm on 7,000 a year allowance. Same car, Fabia 1.0 MPI SE

Previous to that for 3 years I had a Fabia Colour edition Fabia 1.0 MPI SE - that was the better deal at £119 a month. Although that only had 5,000 a year allowance the excess milage charge from Skoda was minimal (I do more like 7-8,000 a year).

The engine is surprisingly nippy from the lights and around town (helps it does not weigh much). Its let down is overtaking on a motorway if you want to put your footdown it doesn't do much !

Same chassis as the VW polo, Audi A1 and Seat Ibiza.

Great spec too for a budget car - it has Apple Car play for sat nav etc which works really well. It also has the brake assist system with front radar in case you get a little too close to the car in front! Rear parking sensors too.
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Not a bad deal but if you are planning on anything other than town usage, consider the TSI version - the MPI version is rather slow. 0-60 in 16-17 seconds and around 60bhp
honest pictures of the car. HOT
Seems a good price for no stress driving for two years.
What if you decide to quit leading in less than 2 years? What fines you get?
Nice deal for an in and around town car. Can't go wrong for that price.
Alexxx3127/11/2019 16:32

What if you decide to quit leading in less than 2 years? What fines you …What if you decide to quit leading in less than 2 years? What fines you get?


Usually you have to pay around 40% of the remaining lease value.
Edited by: "L0rdluk3n" 27th Nov 2019
Had one as a courtesy car a few weeks ago and got over 50mpg around town without trying.. genuinely impressed, quite under powered but it is what it is.
Bargain
Not a bad deal for a lease.

I have the same car, but on a PCP deal, the type where I have 3 options: I can give it back to the dealer after 3 years OR if there is any equity (unlikely to be much) in it I can use it as deposit on another skoda OR I can pay the final lump sum and keep the car.
Similar deal really, I pay £142 a month, paid £142 deposit and I'm on 7,000 a year allowance. Same car, Fabia 1.0 MPI SE

Previous to that for 3 years I had a Fabia Colour edition Fabia 1.0 MPI SE - that was the better deal at £119 a month. Although that only had 5,000 a year allowance the excess milage charge from Skoda was minimal (I do more like 7-8,000 a year).

The engine is surprisingly nippy from the lights and around town (helps it does not weigh much). Its let down is overtaking on a motorway if you want to put your footdown it doesn't do much !

Same chassis as the VW polo, Audi A1 and Seat Ibiza.

Great spec too for a budget car - it has Apple Car play for sat nav etc which works really well. It also has the brake assist system with front radar in case you get a little too close to the car in front! Rear parking sensors too.
Crazy cheap for a decent city runaround.
Alexxx3127/11/2019 16:32

What if you decide to quit leading in less than 2 years? What fines you …What if you decide to quit leading in less than 2 years? What fines you get?



Usually works out that you repay around half the outstanding lease total.
thel33ter27/11/2019 16:30

Seems a good price for no stress driving for two years.


No stress?
What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint blemish or stone chip/ ding in a supermarket car park when you take it back?
Stressful I would say.
But each to their own.
JackToAKing27/11/2019 16:55

No stress?What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint …No stress?What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint blemish or stone chip/ ding in a supermarket car park when you take it back?Stressful I would say.But each to their own.



Good price for a reliable no thrills runaround.

As for the above, you clearly know little in regard to BVRLA terms as you don't pay for every slight blemish, stone chip/ding etc.

Doesn't hurt to park 50 yards away from the shop entrance rather than trying to park with the masses as close to the entrance as possible. Try it, the exercise might do you good
JackToAKing27/11/2019 16:55

No stress?What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint …No stress?What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint blemish or stone chip/ ding in a supermarket car park when you take it back?Stressful I would say.But each to their own.


I've had 2 cars now first one went back with a scuffed alloy 65quids, second ones just gone back no charges it was parked on the steelworks for 12hours a day couldn't see the anything under the bonnet for dust and the grey paintwork and rubber seals were orangey/brown too, parcel cover was torn but it was put down as wear and tear, it's not all bad
Alexxx3127/11/2019 16:32

What if you decide to quit leading in less than 2 years? What fines you …What if you decide to quit leading in less than 2 years? What fines you get?



You pay 55% of the outstanding lease balance to hand a lease car back early
Its industry standard
How do I know? I handed a lease car back early this August
JackToAKing27/11/2019 16:55

No stress?What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint …No stress?What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint blemish or stone chip/ ding in a supermarket car park when you take it back?Stressful I would say.But each to their own.


On my 4th lease car now, all have gone back with slight marks here and there consistent with fair wear and tear, never had to pay a penny. Depends how you look after things really.

For me lease is stress free motoring
JackToAKing27/11/2019 16:55

What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint blemish …What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint blemish or stone chip/ ding in a supermarket car park when you take it back?


Clearly not true.
Cheap motoring but seen better looking cars in the mid 80's
Anyone seen cheap deals on a small automatic?
m5rcc27/11/2019 18:35

Clearly not true.


I leased once and upon returning they tried to recover the cost of chips on the front bumper, scuff on 1 alloy and a small dent that was invisible on the photo taken. Had it for 3 years. Complete nightmare, wouldn't do it again
Freddy80727/11/2019 18:58

I leased once and upon returning they tried to recover the cost of chips …I leased once and upon returning they tried to recover the cost of chips on the front bumper, scuff on 1 alloy and a small dent that was invisible on the photo taken. Had it for 3 years. Complete nightmare, wouldn't do it again


If that damage was not in accordance to the wear and tear guidelines set by the BVRLA, then do expect to be charged.
m5rcc27/11/2019 19:00

If that damage was not in accordance to the wear and tear guidelines set …If that damage was not in accordance to the wear and tear guidelines set by the BVRLA, then do expect to be charged.


Stone chips and light minor scuffing to the wheel edge is acceptable after 3 years of use really
Mark_Hickman27/11/2019 19:21

Stone chips and light minor scuffing to the wheel edge is acceptable after …Stone chips and light minor scuffing to the wheel edge is acceptable after 3 years of use really


Depends on the lease firm. If they are not within the guidelines, then clearly not.
bbdom27/11/2019 16:29

Not a bad deal but if you are planning on anything other than town usage, …Not a bad deal but if you are planning on anything other than town usage, consider the TSI version - the MPI version is rather slow. 0-60 in 16-17 seconds and around 60bhp


16-17 second 0-60 is verging on dangerous... I have to drive on a road every day that merges 100 metres or so from a blind corner at national speed limit. If someone comes round that corner at 60 it's 4 seconds before they're on you, sure it's on them to slow down and go at a safe speed but reality is that people don't.

Not trying to be a snob about it but I'd rather pay a bit more for something with more appropriate power.
geraldfitzsimons27/11/2019 19:32

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Nothing wrong with Hyundai I've had several for years no issue and great value. How old is your i20 and mileage?
bbdom27/11/2019 16:29

Not a bad deal but if you are planning on anything other than town usage, …Not a bad deal but if you are planning on anything other than town usage, consider the TSI version - the MPI version is rather slow. 0-60 in 16-17 seconds and around 60bhp


17 seconds.
Even reading that was painful!
m5rcc27/11/2019 19:24

Depends on the lease firm. If they are not within the guidelines, then …Depends on the lease firm. If they are not within the guidelines, then clearly not.


The bvrla guidelines dont change from company to company, they're set out for all companies to follow. How can it depend on the lease firm ? Unless you mean if they are dodgy and try to claim for reasonable wear and tear against the guidelines ?
Genuine normal Stone chips and light minor wheel scuffs to the edge shouldn't be chargeable, neither should the dent if its like under the size of a small coin. He said its not visible on camera, so id imagine its a very minor dent but who knows, i suppose everyone has they're own idea of how bad it really is and the user might be under exaggerating how bad it really is until you see it for yourself
Mark_Hickman27/11/2019 19:55

The bvrla guidelines dont change from company to company, they're set out …The bvrla guidelines dont change from company to company, they're set out for all companies to follow.


Never ever suggested otherwise. Charges outside those guidelines do however and that was what I was referring to.

Mark_Hickman27/11/2019 19:55

How can it depend on the lease firm ? Unless you mean if they are dodgy …How can it depend on the lease firm ? Unless you mean if they are dodgy and try to claim for reasonable wear and tear against the guidelines ?


For the reason aforementioned.

Mark_Hickman27/11/2019 19:55

Genuine normal Stone chips and light minor wheel scuffs to the edge …Genuine normal Stone chips and light minor wheel scuffs to the edge shouldn't be chargeable, neither should the dent if its like under the size of a small coin.


Shouldn't. Doesn't mean that was what happened, was it?

Mark_Hickman27/11/2019 19:55

He said its not visible on camera, so id imagine its a very minor dent but …He said its not visible on camera, so id imagine its a very minor dent but who knows


Indeed - who knows...

Mark_Hickman27/11/2019 19:55

i suppose everyone has they're own idea of how bad it really is and the …i suppose everyone has they're own idea of how bad it really is and the user might be under exaggerating how bad it really is until you see it for yourself


Most probably. I think he expected not to be charged but didn't actually read the T&Cs prior to actually leasing.
ecosse8727/11/2019 19:26

16-17 second 0-60 is verging on dangerous... I have to drive on a road …16-17 second 0-60 is verging on dangerous... I have to drive on a road every day that merges 100 metres or so from a blind corner at national speed limit. If someone comes round that corner at 60 it's 4 seconds before they're on you, sure it's on them to slow down and go at a safe speed but reality is that people don't. Not trying to be a snob about it but I'd rather pay a bit more for something with more appropriate power.


Many cars on the UK market are this .. Argo, 106 etc. No issues .
mailmikey27/11/2019 19:48

Nothing wrong with Hyundai I've had several for years no issue and great …Nothing wrong with Hyundai I've had several for years no issue and great value. How old is your i20 and mileage?


48000 had timing changed last year 2014 cheers friend

Outside warranty?
Arnold clark
September last year
packard27/11/2019 20:02

Many cars on the UK market are this .. Argo, 106 etc. No issues .


Fair enough, I just wouldn't want to be rear ended or unable to overtake for lack of power. Might be being a bit unfair as I'm in a rural area and usually have a car loaded with people, luggage and dog. Clearly it wasn't designed for that purpose anyway.
Over year now
JackToAKing27/11/2019 16:55

No stress?What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint …No stress?What about having to pay through the nose for every slight paint blemish or stone chip/ ding in a supermarket car park when you take it back?Stressful I would say.But each to their own.



No more stress than owning a car. Just treat it like a new car. If you damage it, repair it or leave and pay at the end on return. The same as you would lose value if damaged your own car and tried to sell it. The return standards are clear stating wear and tear allowed and prices charged are reasonable so often cheaper and easier to just pay at end of lease.
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