Skoda Karoq Estate 1.0 TSI SE Tech 5dr 8000 miles 9+23 lease £4898.80 (£204/month) @ fleetprices
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Skoda Karoq Estate 1.0 TSI SE Tech 5dr 8000 miles 9+23 lease £4898.80 (£204/month) @ fleetprices

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Edited by:"ElBobbo"Found 9th Nov
Personal contract hire
Contract term : 24 months
Rental profile : 9 + 23
Annual mileage : 8000
Production status : Current model
CO2 band : G (111-130 g/km)
23 monthly rentals of: £143.75 (£3306.25)
Initial rental: £1293.75
Processing fee: £298.80
3306.25+1293.75+298.80 = £4898.80 (£204.12/month)

Pretty excellent standard spec including adaptive cruise control, 8" touch satnav/wifi and privacy glass.

Not sure about the 1.0 turbo petrol, hopefully not too gutless. Positive reviews in general. 521l/1630l seats up/down boot space is excellent.

Top comments

MRGRINGO2 h, 44 m ago

But ...its...1 litre......?


Yup, and this is a 1.6, but I’ve heard it does all right...
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yozzman123425 m ago

That’s not a great MPG . Even my older Vauxhall insignia 2.0 sports t …That’s not a great MPG . Even my older Vauxhall insignia 2.0 sports tourer diesel gets 35 in city and 51 on cruise control at 77 MPH on the motorway (2013 plate) .I would expect far better from a new 1.0 model ?

You can't compare a petrol to a diesel for fuel consumption. Petrol are getting better, but diesel is superior for fuel economy.

Reusable comment I made on a similar deal:

I have got a Seat Ateca (same car different badge) with the 1.0l engine, not had any problems with pulling out of junctions or overtaking on motorways.

Only thing is do not expect to get the mpg claimed, I get around 47mpg which is way off the claimed mpg but is not too bad for a petrol car of this size.

MRGRINGO2 h, 51 m ago

But ...its...1 litre......?

With a turbo attached. It's 115bhp, which most non turbo 1.6 or 1.8 engines a couple of years ago were producing but with terrible fuel economy. People obsess over the cc of a engine. It goes beyond the cc now
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But ...its...1 litre......?

Reusable comment I made on a similar deal:

I have got a Seat Ateca (same car different badge) with the 1.0l engine, not had any problems with pulling out of junctions or overtaking on motorways.

Only thing is do not expect to get the mpg claimed, I get around 47mpg which is way off the claimed mpg but is not too bad for a petrol car of this size.

Would def' consider this if my current lease was coming up for renewal

fossman1 h, 3 m ago

Reusable comment I made on a similar deal: I have got a Seat Ateca (same …Reusable comment I made on a similar deal: I have got a Seat Ateca (same car different badge) with the 1.0l engine, not had any problems with pulling out of junctions or overtaking on motorways. Only thing is do not expect to get the mpg claimed, I get around 47mpg which is way off the claimed mpg but is not too bad for a petrol car of this size.


That’s not a great MPG . Even my older Vauxhall insignia 2.0 sports tourer diesel gets 35 in city and 51 on cruise control at 77 MPH on the motorway (2013 plate) .
I would expect far better from a new 1.0 model ?

fossman1 h, 27 m ago

Reusable comment I made on a similar deal: I have got a Seat Ateca (same …Reusable comment I made on a similar deal: I have got a Seat Ateca (same car different badge) with the 1.0l engine, not had any problems with pulling out of junctions or overtaking on motorways. Only thing is do not expect to get the mpg claimed, I get around 47mpg which is way off the claimed mpg but is not too bad for a petrol car of this size.

To be fair it has a claimed mpg of 52, so getting 47 mpg in real world driving isn't to bad imo.

yozzman123425 m ago

That’s not a great MPG . Even my older Vauxhall insignia 2.0 sports t …That’s not a great MPG . Even my older Vauxhall insignia 2.0 sports tourer diesel gets 35 in city and 51 on cruise control at 77 MPH on the motorway (2013 plate) .I would expect far better from a new 1.0 model ?

You can't compare a petrol to a diesel for fuel consumption. Petrol are getting better, but diesel is superior for fuel economy.

fossman2 h, 3 m ago

I get around 47mpg which is way off the claimed mpg but is not too bad for …I get around 47mpg which is way off the claimed mpg but is not too bad for a petrol car of this size.


Surely the whole point of having a small engine is for fuel economy?

Are these around yet to test drive or examine before going for?

Good deal OP. Less than the two year depreciation on many new cars bought outright. The 1L petrol engine shared with the Ateca is no slouch, definitely the future with fossil fuel motoring as diesels are marginalized to the brink of extinction.

Heated.

MRGRINGO2 h, 44 m ago

But ...its...1 litre......?


Yup, and this is a 1.6, but I’ve heard it does all right...
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MRGRINGO2 h, 51 m ago

But ...its...1 litre......?

With a turbo attached. It's 115bhp, which most non turbo 1.6 or 1.8 engines a couple of years ago were producing but with terrible fuel economy. People obsess over the cc of a engine. It goes beyond the cc now

mmdom46 m ago

Are these around yet to test drive or examine before going for?


Yes - or drive an Ateca which is the same car built in the same factory in Kvasiny.

MRGRINGO3 h, 14 m ago

But ...its...1 litre......?


you can't compare to 30 years old cars

I will wait for 0.3 liter

That's better than my 2.0TDI passat estate ... only achieve 45mpg post emissions fix!

fossman3 h, 9 m ago

Reusable comment I made on a similar deal: I have got a Seat Ateca (same …Reusable comment I made on a similar deal: I have got a Seat Ateca (same car different badge) with the 1.0l engine, not had any problems with pulling out of junctions or overtaking on motorways. Only thing is do not expect to get the mpg claimed, I get around 47mpg which is way off the claimed mpg but is not too bad for a petrol car of this size.

Smadmad56 m ago

With a turbo attached. It's 115bhp, which most non turbo 1.6 or 1.8 …With a turbo attached. It's 115bhp, which most non turbo 1.6 or 1.8 engines a couple of years ago were producing but with terrible fuel economy. People obsess over the cc of a engine. It goes beyond the cc now


My Mk2 Golf GTi had 112 BHP if I recall correctly and was very nippy although cars were lighter in those days.

speric0733 m ago

That's better than my 2.0TDI passat estate ... only achieve 45mpg post …That's better than my 2.0TDI passat estate ... only achieve 45mpg post emissions fix!


Makes sense: the fix achieves lower NOx by creating more soot and that extra soot needs to be burned off by the DPF which uses more diesel to burn it off.

Not voting on the deal but is it just me or are all the latest round of VW group SUV's all beginning to look the same? I now find I have to look at the badge to check whether it's a VW, Skoda, Seat!
Starting to remind me of the British Leyland badge engineering of the past which was the forerunner of several marques disappearing.

admpgk3 m ago

Not voting on the deal but is it just me or are all the latest round of VW …Not voting on the deal but is it just me or are all the latest round of VW group SUV's all beginning to look the same? I now find I have to look at the badge to check whether it's a VW, Skoda, Seat! Starting to remind me of the British Leyland badge engineering of the past which was the forerunner of several marques disappearing.


The Ateca and the Karoq are the same cars. The only significant difference of the Karoq compared to the Ateca, to my knowledge, is that the rear seats of the Karoq can be completely removed, making it much more capacious as a two seater. But same platform, engines and built in the same factory in the Czech Republic.

speric0744 m ago

That's better than my 2.0TDI passat estate ... only achieve 45mpg post …That's better than my 2.0TDI passat estate ... only achieve 45mpg post emissions fix!



Sounds like heavy right foot syndrome

m5rcc1 h, 29 m ago

Yes - or drive an Ateca which is the same car built in the same factory in …Yes - or drive an Ateca which is the same car built in the same factory in Kvasiny.


Thanks, I did actually last weekend but I drove the 1.4 tsi which felt enough for what I needed, but 1.0 is a bit on the low end for me (I'm going from a Focus ST). So wondered if the 1.5 was what I needed. But I'd like to actually see the car as well as I'm bothered on boot space/leg room etc.

I thought someone had said it wasn't even available yet for test drives and viewing, but if it is I'll take a look

mmdom9 m ago

Thanks, I did actually last weekend but I drove the 1.4 tsi which felt …Thanks, I did actually last weekend but I drove the 1.4 tsi which felt enough for what I needed, but 1.0 is a bit on the low end for me (I'm going from a Focus ST). So wondered if the 1.5 was what I needed. But I'd like to actually see the car as well as I'm bothered on boot space/leg room etc.I thought someone had said it wasn't even available yet for test drives and viewing, but if it is I'll take a look


The 1.5 TSI EVO engine is the upgrade on the 1.4 TSI. But obviously it won't be the same price as this deal.

m5rcc1 h, 23 m ago

The 1.5 TSI EVO engine is the upgrade on the 1.4 TSI. But obviously it …The 1.5 TSI EVO engine is the upgrade on the 1.4 TSI. But obviously it won't be the same price as this deal.


I got a quote yesterday from local dealer and doesn't look anything as good:

KAROQ EST 1.5 TSI SE TECHNOLOGY

24 Months

RRP £23,715.00 (about £800 of options added)

Initial rental £ 2,490.00
£ 202.73 per month

Total monthly payment £ 202.73

solarfusion10 m ago

I got a quote yesterday from local dealer and doesn't look anything as …I got a quote yesterday from local dealer and doesn't look anything as good:KAROQ EST 1.5 TSI SE TECHNOLOGY24 MonthsRRP £23,715.00 (about £800 of options added)Initial rental £ 2,490.00£ 202.73 per monthTotal monthly payment £ 202.73



£7,152.79 or £298.03/net/mth excluding admin fee is very dear. But it's a local dealer, so to be expected. Ask him/her to match this, where you can get the 1.5 TSI SE Technology 5dr for £5,576.48 total or £232.35/net/mth with 8k miles.

admpgk3 h, 46 m ago

Not voting on the deal but is it just me or are all the latest round of VW …Not voting on the deal but is it just me or are all the latest round of VW group SUV's all beginning to look the same? I now find I have to look at the badge to check whether it's a VW, Skoda, Seat! Starting to remind me of the British Leyland badge engineering of the past which was the forerunner of several marques disappearing.


Of course - everthing coming out of VAG looks the same for good reason - it cuts production costs.

moob23 m ago

Of course - everthing coming out of VAG looks the same for good reason - …Of course - everthing coming out of VAG looks the same for good reason - it cuts production costs.


Shame they don't seem interested to pass on the savings to their customers

admpgk57 m ago

Shame they don't seem interested to pass on the savings to their customers


Like we need further reminder that VAG don't give a toss about their customers...

Still, you have the freedom to take business elsewhere.

Ordered thanks for the post. Brilliant deal 12 weeks lead time so looking at start of February, standard colour is blue the white is 195 extra. 210 a month for a brand new motor with hassle free driving, including road tax, no mot cost and if driven right no need to change tyres either. Also no need to accept a poor trade in price, and No interest to pay on a loan etc, A stonker of a deal.. + only 3.4p excess millage charge.
Edited by: "CraigWatters-cdc47.73506" 9th Nov

admpgk6 h, 33 m ago

Not voting on the deal but is it just me or are all the latest round of VW …Not voting on the deal but is it just me or are all the latest round of VW group SUV's all beginning to look the same? I now find I have to look at the badge to check whether it's a VW, Skoda, Seat! Starting to remind me of the British Leyland badge engineering of the past which was the forerunner of several marques disappearing.


Yes, this is bland compared to the quirky, and much loved, Yeti it is replacing. Pity.

CraigWatters-cdc47.7350639 m ago

Ordered thanks for the post. Brilliant deal 12 weeks lead time so looking …Ordered thanks for the post. Brilliant deal 12 weeks lead time so looking at start of February, standard colour is blue the white is 195 extra. 210 a month for a brand new motor with hassle free driving, including road tax, no service cost and if driven right no need to change tyres either. Also no need to accept a poor trade in price, and No interest to pay on a loan etc, A stonker of a deal.. + only 3.4p excess millage charge.


Why no service cost?

roscoe200010 m ago

Why no service cost?


Apologies I meant no MOT cost you would have a 1 year service at a cost of roughly 149pound. So can add this into your costs.

Don't suppose anyone has actually seen the standard 'blue' have they (just wondering what it was like)

roscoe200044 m ago

Don't suppose anyone has actually seen the standard 'blue' have they (just …Don't suppose anyone has actually seen the standard 'blue' have they (just wondering what it was like)


I upgraded to the white, The standard blue looks very drab in my opinion.

roscoe20001 h, 2 m ago

Don't suppose anyone has actually seen the standard 'blue' have they (just …Don't suppose anyone has actually seen the standard 'blue' have they (just wondering what it was like)


Energy Blue non-metallic is the standard colour. carwow.co.uk/blo…ide

I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months to arrive but I don't think that was their fault.

A word of warning about them though. They will deliver the vehicle by driving it to you from whatever dealer they use. The mileage used in the delivery to you is part of your 8,000 miles allowance!

Mine came from Wales and had 200 miles on it and they are insistent that I now only have 7,800 to use before incurring extra mileage charges!
Edited by: "Zuulan" 9th Nov

Zuulan45 m ago

I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months …I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months to arrive but I don't think that was their fault. A word of warning about them though. They will deliver the vehicle by driving it to you from whatever dealer they use. The mileage used in the delivery to you is part of your 8,000 miles allowance!Mine came from Wales and had 200 miles on it and they are insistent that I now only have 7,800 to use before incurring extra mileage charges!




A shocking practice.

m5rcc8 h, 37 m ago

£7,152.79 or £298.03/net/mth excluding admin fee is very dear. But it's a l …£7,152.79 or £298.03/net/mth excluding admin fee is very dear. But it's a local dealer, so to be expected. Ask him/her to match this, where you can get the 1.5 TSI SE Technology 5dr for £5,576.48 total or £232.35/net/mth with 8k miles.


Thanks. Will give yes-lease a try. New to this leasing business!

Zuulan1 h, 54 m ago

I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months …I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months to arrive but I don't think that was their fault. A word of warning about them though. They will deliver the vehicle by driving it to you from whatever dealer they use. The mileage used in the delivery to you is part of your 8,000 miles allowance!Mine came from Wales and had 200 miles on it and they are insistent that I now only have 7,800 to use before incurring extra mileage charges!


Send it back

Zuulan5 h, 4 m ago

I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months …I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months to arrive but I don't think that was their fault. A word of warning about them though. They will deliver the vehicle by driving it to you from whatever dealer they use. The mileage used in the delivery to you is part of your 8,000 miles allowance!Mine came from Wales and had 200 miles on it and they are insistent that I now only have 7,800 to use before incurring extra mileage charges!

I don't think that's right. My dad also got the yeti Monte Carlo from fleetprices and his took 6 months to arrive. He paid the deposit to vw Warrington but the car was delivered from North Wales Skoda at Llandudno Junction. Being on the Wirral it had around 70 miles on the clock. The delivery driver signed the paperwork to suggest that his mileage start was 100 miles so he actually gained 30 miles. I would get your paperwork out and have a look at the start mileage from when you signed to accept delivery of the car.
My A3 (also from fleetprices) was delivered from Brighton Audi and again the driver wrote off the 600 miles he had driven to get it to me. The mileage at the point of delivery is the start mileage of your lease irrespective if that's 2 miles or 2000 miles.
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