Skoda Karoq Estate 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr (Lease deal) - Initial £990.16 + 23 x £163.36 at What Car? Leasing
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Skoda Karoq Estate 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr (Lease deal) - Initial £990.16 + 23 x £163.36 at What Car? Leasing

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Posted 10th Sep
I know not everyone’s cup of tea but a really good value SUV in my opinion

Based on 24 Months / 8,000 miles pa

Main Dealer Rainworth Mansfield 0333 3232942

Low insurance also only group 10e
Manual Transmission
52.3 mpg
115bhp

Privacy Glass
Adaptive Cruise
Start stop
Sat Nav
Driver fatigue sensor
Lots of standard kit
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Ugly, slow but a bargain so hot.. p s currently on hold to order one
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Ugly, slow but a bargain so hot.. p s currently on hold to order one
Michaelgell9110/09/2019 11:45

Ugly, slow but a bargain so hot.. p s currently on hold to order one


It’s really not that slow, I’m perfectly capable of motorway speeds, overtaking etc. Yes it’s not a 2L turbo, but it’s perfectly capable. Great car, fantastic ride comfort and noise level.

I managed to get this @ 165pm no deposit last April.
Edited by: "joele" 10th Sep
Michaelgell9110/09/2019 11:45

Ugly, slow but a bargain so hot.. p s currently on hold to order one


Its not ugly, the Yeti now that was a Yeti
I love my leased Octavia from Rainworth Skoda but it took 6 months from placing the original order to it being ready for collection.

I'll be looking for a deal like this next November so that it's ready for me to swap to in May 2021!
I'd expect this will get a load of comments about the engine being low powered but I have this engine in an Octavia and it's surprisingly capable. Yes it's not fast but..... The result is you can drive a brand new car for less than £50 per week.
I got the wife one of these a few weeks ago. Slightly higher cost but the car had already been ordered so we only had to wait 4 weeks. It is a great engine. The car is extremely quiet around town with a nice suspension set up. I actually prefer it to driving my Volvo S90. It's good on longer runs too and returns over 50 mpg cruising on the motorway. A good equipment spec too, so I'd highly recommend one.
Tiny engine.. pushed so hard.. result?
kay910/09/2019 17:40

Tiny engine.. pushed so hard.. result?


On a 2 year lease it's not your problem. Anyway have a look at this YT review of the same car (Seat Ateca 1L) youtube.com/wat…28s
Is this the colour on offer? Or will it be electric blue?
On the plus side if your lawnmower ever broke down you could use the engine from this
joele10/09/2019 12:21

It’s really not that slow, I’m perfectly capable of motorway speeds, ove …It’s really not that slow, I’m perfectly capable of motorway speeds, overtaking etc. Yes it’s not a 2L turbo, but it’s perfectly capable. Great car, fantastic ride comfort and noise level.I managed to get this @ 165pm no deposit last April.


How did you manage that? Way too cheap. Please tell me the dealer details.
Edited by: "avinine86" 11th Sep
Samuel_Smith-b8ef3.6347810/09/2019 23:33

On the plus side if your lawnmower ever broke down you could use the …On the plus side if your lawnmower ever broke down you could use the engine from this


Alright Grandad - Times have changed. The little engine pushes out 115bhp, which is more than you would have got out of a 1.6 back in your day.
Edited by: "KentishLad" 11th Sep
KentishLad11/09/2019 09:32

Alright Grandad - Times have changed. The little engine pushes out 115bhp, …Alright Grandad - Times have changed. The little engine pushes out 115bhp, which is more than you would have got out of a 1.6 back in your day.


I'm 32. Being a grandad at that age may be normal for you buddy but not where I come from
KentishLad11/09/2019 09:32

Alright Grandad - Times have changed. The little engine pushes out 115bhp, …Alright Grandad - Times have changed. The little engine pushes out 115bhp, which is more than you would have got out of a 1.6 back in your day.


But cars back in the day didn't weight nearly 1900kg. This Skoda does 0-60 in 10.6 seconds which is slow.

My daughter is a new driver and bought a used seat Ibiza with the 1.2TSi, and is a second quicker to 60 which makes a lot of difference. Anyone who thinks 10.6 seconds is a fast or even an adequate car needs to test drive others. The big test of a car is to join fast moving traffic from a standstill without killing yourself or the poor driver you've pulled out on.
paul.jacobs11/09/2019 10:19

... Anyone who thinks 10.6 seconds is a fast or even an adequate car needs …... Anyone who thinks 10.6 seconds is a fast or even an adequate car needs to test drive others. The big test of a car is to join fast moving traffic from a standstill without killing yourself or the poor driver you've pulled out on.


To be honest, that sounds more like the hallmark of a bad driver and/or someone with eyesight issues than a bad engine.
10.6 0-60 is indeed adequate, 30-50 and 30-70 times are more important anyway.

How often due you join a fast A road or motorway from a standstill? Roads like that should have a slip road.

Both the cars I drive regularly are probably slower to 60 than ten seconds but I do not have a problem with pulling out at junctions.
What are these like on the motorway? I’m talking a 150 mile 3 hour drive. Anyone with any experience of this?
crumpetman11/09/2019 15:36

10.6 0-60 is indeed adequate, 30-50 and 30-70 times are more important …10.6 0-60 is indeed adequate, 30-50 and 30-70 times are more important anyway. How often due you join a fast A road or motorway from a standstill? Roads like that should have a slip road.Both the cars I drive regularly are probably slower to 60 than ten seconds but I do not have a problem with pulling out at junctions.


Joining 60 mph country roads at T junctions, joining roads from parking areas on single and dual carriageways. Joining some dual carriageways from country roads have little to no slip roads. I do lots of driving, on cruise control sticking to the speed limits and have loads of snails pull out in front of me and often join 60/70mph roads from a standstill, luckily my car gets to 60 in 4.5 seconds.
paul.jacobs11/09/2019 23:54

Joining 60 mph country roads at T junctions, joining roads from parking …Joining 60 mph country roads at T junctions, joining roads from parking areas on single and dual carriageways. Joining some dual carriageways from country roads have little to no slip roads. I do lots of driving, on cruise control sticking to the speed limits and have loads of snails pull out in front of me and often join 60/70mph roads from a standstill, luckily my car gets to 60 in 4.5 seconds.


Don't forget the M6 toll south when joining at Lichfield, awesome traffic light grand prix. 10 booths merging into 3 lanes, gunning it as soon as the barrier lifts is great fun (sod the receipt, go for it!) unless other people have a faster car
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 12th Sep
paul.jacobs11/09/2019 10:19

But cars back in the day didn't weight nearly 1900kg. This Skoda does 0-60 …But cars back in the day didn't weight nearly 1900kg. This Skoda does 0-60 in 10.6 seconds which is slow. My daughter is a new driver and bought a used seat Ibiza with the 1.2TSi, and is a second quicker to 60 which makes a lot of difference. Anyone who thinks 10.6 seconds is a fast or even an adequate car needs to test drive others. The big test of a car is to join fast moving traffic from a standstill without killing yourself or the poor driver you've pulled out on.


I’ve heard some nonsense in the 10 plus years I’ve been knocking around here, but this is probably up there with the best.
Marekj12/09/2019 20:52

I’ve heard some nonsense in the 10 plus years I’ve been knocking around her …I’ve heard some nonsense in the 10 plus years I’ve been knocking around here, but this is probably up there with the best.


12 years actually and zero deals posted, keep up the good work
avinine8611/09/2019 04:27

How did you manage that? Way too cheap. Please tell me the dealer details.


Leaseshop I believe, was ordered before Skoda Karoqs we’re in stores so maybe they just wanted them out on the streets quickly? I’ll be sad to give it back but I just don’t do the miles..
People who buy this car don't care about speed you absolute bunch of clowns.

I've had fast-ish cars, Toyota corolla t sport, astra coupe turbo.

We've now got a sprog on the way and just ordered one of these because it's comfortable, safe, economical and practical. I don't give a crap if it's slow as long as it will cruise along the motorway comfortably. 0.60 irrelevant on a car in this segment.
paul.jacobs11/09/2019 10:19

But cars back in the day didn't weight nearly 1900kg. This Skoda does 0-60 …But cars back in the day didn't weight nearly 1900kg. This Skoda does 0-60 in 10.6 seconds which is slow. My daughter is a new driver and bought a used seat Ibiza with the 1.2TSi, and is a second quicker to 60 which makes a lot of difference. Anyone who thinks 10.6 seconds is a fast or even an adequate car needs to test drive others. The big test of a car is to join fast moving traffic from a standstill without killing yourself or the poor driver you've pulled out on.



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You in your daughters ibiza.
Edited by: "ses6jwg" 14th Sep
ses6jwg14/09/2019 15:07

[Image] You in your daughters ibiza.


Its an OK car for a first car, but prefer my Golf R estate, 0-60 in 4.5
paul.jacobs14/09/2019 21:42

Its an OK car for a first car, but prefer my Golf R estate, 0-60 in 4.5


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