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Skoda Karoq SUV 1.6 TDi 115 SE 5Dr DSG [Start Stop] £5,284.56 at Vertu Motors (£220.19 per month 1+23)
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Skoda Karoq SUV 1.6 TDi 115 SE 5Dr DSG [Start Stop] £5,284.56 at Vertu Motors (£220.19 per month 1+23)

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Posted 8th Sep
Contract term 24 months
Rental profile 1 + 23
Annual mileage 8000
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The TDi on these are renown to be highly efficient due to the small injector outlets designed by the team who made the IDF system which was based on the KGG idea from the car consortium association and I have no idea what I am talking about.
cbflazaro108/09/2019 18:14

Zoe I dynamic ze40. Not the biggest surely and not the best equipment, but …Zoe I dynamic ze40. Not the biggest surely and not the best equipment, but this (hot UK deals) is a site about saving money afterall


Haha, yeah that will still be worth £9,000 at 10 years old

And the extended warranty will cover next to nothing.

Oh, and if you are saving £2,000 a year in fuel, I guess you are doing 20,000m or more? In which case, a 200,000 mile 10 year old Zoe definitely won't be worth £9,000, 800 quid would be my guess.
Edited by: "ezzer72" 8th Sep
cbflazaro108/09/2019 16:38

Yeah I lack understanding on how paying 6 grand to borrow a car for 2 …Yeah I lack understanding on how paying 6 grand to borrow a car for 2 years is a deal.I bought an ev for 17.8k which I can extend the warranty for the whole car for up to 10 years for 2.1k more (total 19.9k) which saves me 2k in fuel a year... 20k for a new car with 10 years warranty that saves me 20k in fuel. Oh... And I can sell it in the end for probably half of what I paid for it.


Forgetting your extended warranty for the moment, if you sold your £17.8K car after 2 years and you got, say, £13k for it, it has cost you £4.8K.
Providing the lease deal comes in at around 20% of the purchase price it's generally considered to be a good deal. Leasing is a means to get a new car every 2 years without having to find the purchase price.
Personally I’d go for the 1.0 TSi 115 SE Technology with the same power at £209.47 inc VAT on a 1 -23 if you only intend on doing 8k per annum. I believe the excess mileage is only 0.036 per mile. Meaning you would only be charged £36 for an additional 1000 miles.

vertuleasecars.co.uk/per…658
Edited by: "emanc73" 8th Sep
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That's a bloody good deal IF it's the vehicle pictured which on these deals it often isn't.
Edited by: "Bargainhunter_13" 8th Sep
Bargainhunter_1308/09/2019 11:08

That's a bloody good deal IF it's the vehicle pictured which on these …That's a bloody good deal IF it's the vehicle pictured which on these deals it often isn't.


Vehicle pictured is a Kodiaq
jrw08/09/2019 11:18

Vehicle pictured is a Kodiaq


What he probably meant is that it might be a different spec, ie: alloys, bumpers, details etc
Edited by: "Rafikig" 8th Sep
Good deal. Worth sticking the monthly cost in the title.
Says SE spec,doubt that picture is an SE Spec
Cracking deal. I have this engine in my T-Roc and if your a frugal driver it's perfect. If you are looking for something that moves away from the lights at pace this isn't for you.
Personally I’d go for the 1.0 TSi 115 SE Technology with the same power at £209.47 inc VAT on a 1 -23 if you only intend on doing 8k per annum. I believe the excess mileage is only 0.036 per mile. Meaning you would only be charged £36 for an additional 1000 miles.

vertuleasecars.co.uk/per…658
Edited by: "emanc73" 8th Sep
Opps just released the 1.6 TDI is a DSG.
Not a bad deal...........

Vertu Motors also have the Kodiaq on a decent offer too ...........

hotukdeals.com/dea…e=4
For those that are wondering it's 2 wheel drive. 0-62mph 10.7secs
Great news for all of us who buy cars at 2-3 years old.

Nowt like a bit of a bargain :P
The TDi on these are renown to be highly efficient due to the small injector outlets designed by the team who made the IDF system which was based on the KGG idea from the car consortium association and I have no idea what I am talking about.
How much would this be for a 20k mileage?
borat123408/09/2019 14:16

How much would this be for a 20k mileage?


You mean 10k pa, or 20k pa?
Is this one of those lease thingy’s? How that works out well for someone’s pocket I’ll never understand in a month of Sunday’s, but if it’s good for you, that’s all that matters.

Can you buy the car at a reduced price when the deal ends? Could conceivably consider that as a way of getting some of the value back.
Is this in white or electric blue? The electric blue is really bad on the road.
EdenWiz08/09/2019 16:23

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Yeah I lack understanding on how paying 6 grand to borrow a car for 2 years is a deal.

I bought an ev for 17.8k which I can extend the warranty for the whole car for up to 10 years for 2.1k more (total 19.9k) which saves me 2k in fuel a year... 20k for a new car with 10 years warranty that saves me 20k in fuel. Oh... And I can sell it in the end for probably half of what I paid for it.
cbflazaro108/09/2019 16:38

Yeah I lack understanding on how paying 6 grand to borrow a car for 2 …Yeah I lack understanding on how paying 6 grand to borrow a car for 2 years is a deal.I bought an ev for 17.8k which I can extend the warranty for the whole car for up to 10 years for 2.1k more (total 19.9k) which saves me 2k in fuel a year... 20k for a new car with 10 years warranty that saves me 20k in fuel. Oh... And I can sell it in the end for probably half of what I paid for it.


I'm with you on this one... each to their own and a great way to drive a new car every 2 years. But to literally spend 6 grand on a car that isn't even yours seems mad?

Can I ask what EV you bought? I've been tempted to get into the EV market.
Edited by: "andy_lee007uk" 8th Sep
cbflazaro108/09/2019 16:38

Yeah I lack understanding on how paying 6 grand to borrow a car for 2 …Yeah I lack understanding on how paying 6 grand to borrow a car for 2 years is a deal.I bought an ev for 17.8k which I can extend the warranty for the whole car for up to 10 years for 2.1k more (total 19.9k) which saves me 2k in fuel a year... 20k for a new car with 10 years warranty that saves me 20k in fuel. Oh... And I can sell it in the end for probably half of what I paid for it.


Is this referring to some other deal? This car is closer to 5 grand, not 6.
cbflazaro108/09/2019 16:38

Yeah I lack understanding on how paying 6 grand to borrow a car for 2 …Yeah I lack understanding on how paying 6 grand to borrow a car for 2 years is a deal.I bought an ev for 17.8k which I can extend the warranty for the whole car for up to 10 years for 2.1k more (total 19.9k) which saves me 2k in fuel a year... 20k for a new car with 10 years warranty that saves me 20k in fuel. Oh... And I can sell it in the end for probably half of what I paid for it.


Forgetting your extended warranty for the moment, if you sold your £17.8K car after 2 years and you got, say, £13k for it, it has cost you £4.8K.
Providing the lease deal comes in at around 20% of the purchase price it's generally considered to be a good deal. Leasing is a means to get a new car every 2 years without having to find the purchase price.
Not a bad deal at this price, but you could spend slightly more and get the Kodiaq which is more spacious and has a 2.0 which is better than this 1.6.
andy_lee007uk08/09/2019 16:44

I'm with you on this one... each to their own and a great way to drive a …I'm with you on this one... each to their own and a great way to drive a new car every 2 years. But to literally spend 6 grand on a car that isn't even yours seems mad?Can I ask what EV you bought? I've been tempted to get into the EV market.


Zoe I dynamic ze40. Not the biggest surely and not the best equipment, but this (hot UK deals) is a site about saving money afterall
Mr.D.P.Gumby08/09/2019 17:46

Forgetting your extended warranty for the moment, if you sold your £17.8K …Forgetting your extended warranty for the moment, if you sold your £17.8K car after 2 years and you got, say, £13k for it, it has cost you £4.8K.Providing the lease deal comes in at around 20% of the purchase price it's generally considered to be a good deal. Leasing is a means to get a new car every 2 years without having to find the purchase price.


The cheapest(nationwide) 3 year old used cars same of mine are the market at 17-18k. Its the reason why I bought new. With haggling, Same price as the 2-3 year old used ones. No brainer
Edited by: "cbflazaro1" 8th Sep
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cbflazaro108/09/2019 16:38

Yeah I lack understanding on how paying 6 grand to borrow a car for 2 …Yeah I lack understanding on how paying 6 grand to borrow a car for 2 years is a deal.I bought an ev for 17.8k which I can extend the warranty for the whole car for up to 10 years for 2.1k more (total 19.9k) which saves me 2k in fuel a year... 20k for a new car with 10 years warranty that saves me 20k in fuel. Oh... And I can sell it in the end for probably half of what I paid for it.


There in lies the problem with your argument. The car won't be worth "probably half" in ten years, it'll be worth 15-20% at best. A lease is simply paying off the depreciation you'd get with any form of ownership from new. If you really want low cost motoring you need to buy 6-8 years old and put up with the higher risk of breakdowns.

On a completely different track, yes you're right about electric cars, they are a good long term investment due to the fuel savings (until HMRC starts putting duty onto electricity of course!).
Edited by: "Barryburton97" 8th Sep
cbflazaro108/09/2019 18:14

Zoe I dynamic ze40. Not the biggest surely and not the best equipment, but …Zoe I dynamic ze40. Not the biggest surely and not the best equipment, but this (hot UK deals) is a site about saving money afterall


Haha, yeah that will still be worth £9,000 at 10 years old

And the extended warranty will cover next to nothing.

Oh, and if you are saving £2,000 a year in fuel, I guess you are doing 20,000m or more? In which case, a 200,000 mile 10 year old Zoe definitely won't be worth £9,000, 800 quid would be my guess.
Edited by: "ezzer72" 8th Sep
cbflazaro108/09/2019 18:14

The cheapest(nationwide) 3 year old used cars same of mine are the market …The cheapest(nationwide) 3 year old used cars same of mine are the market at 17-18k. Its the reason why I bought new. With haggling, Same price as the 2-3 year old used ones. No brainer



Where are you getting your prices from?....they don't seem to be that high here

motors.co.uk/ren…rs/
BattleBeast108/09/2019 18:59

Where are you getting your prices from?....they don't seem to be that high …Where are you getting your prices from?....they don't seem to be that high here https://www.motors.co.uk/renault/zoe/used-cars/


He's dreaming mate - got his maths VERY wrong.
cbflazaro108/09/2019 18:14

Zoe I dynamic ze40. Not the biggest surely and not the best equipment, but …Zoe I dynamic ze40. Not the biggest surely and not the best equipment, but this (hot UK deals) is a site about saving money afterall


Theres a line between saving money and looking like a dork driving a Zoe
have been looking at Kodiaq deal and also looking at this one, H. John reviews list quite a few issues lately with Karooq, what are your views

honestjohn.co.uk/car…od/
HeadphoneGeeza08/09/2019 14:14

The TDi on these are renown to be highly efficient due to the small …The TDi on these are renown to be highly efficient due to the small injector outlets designed by the team who made the IDF system which was based on the KGG idea from the car consortium association and I have no idea what I am talking about.


Same engine in my works Passat ... 14k miles ...average mpg ... 56mpg..
Barryburton9708/09/2019 18:48

There in lies the problem with your argument. The car won't be worth …There in lies the problem with your argument. The car won't be worth "probably half" in ten years, it'll be worth 15-20% at best. A lease is simply paying off the depreciation you'd get with any form of ownership from new. If you really want low cost motoring you need to buy 6-8 years old and put up with the higher risk of breakdowns. On a completely different track, yes you're right about electric cars, they are a good long term investment due to the fuel savings (until HMRC starts putting duty onto electricity of course!).


Please show me where I can buy a battery owned 2011 leaf/zoe for 15% it cost new.
Idiotic comment
ezzer7208/09/2019 18:57

Haha, yeah that will still be worth £9,000 at 10 years old And …Haha, yeah that will still be worth £9,000 at 10 years old And the extended warranty will cover next to nothing.Oh, and if you are saving £2,000 a year in fuel, I guess you are doing 20,000m or more? In which case, a 200,000 mile 10 year old Zoe definitely won't be worth £9,000, 800 quid would be my guess.


Fuel savings are easily 15pence a mile. (it costs me 1p a mile charging at home, less if I charge on free chargers).
I'm also not counting with typical ICE cars expenses they have along 10 years ownership (clutches, exhausts, etc). My only expenses are £50 yearly services, brakes and tyres.
The extended warranty covers everything the standard 3 year warranty covers. Not that evs have much that can go wrong.

The batery off a 200.000 mile zoe will likely still have around 85% state of health and be worth 5 grand on its own. There are still plenty of old 2011 80mile range leafs around being sold for 7-10 grand, don't see where the car will be worth £800 in 10 years, but feel free to explain (not even mentioning that even if the car is worth £0, I saved 15-20 grand on fuel alone, which is the cost of the car with 10 year warranty)
cbflazaro108/09/2019 19:55

Not that evs have much that can go wrong.


You think a fully electric Renault won't have anything go wrong? They have yet to make a petrol or diesel car with good electrics, so best of luck with that.

And 2011 Leafs are more like £6,000, with lowish miles on. A Leaf is much bigger than a Zoe, 2011 was 8 years ago, not 10, and most of them have around 30,000m on, not 200,000.

Fair play that your fuel savings may help to fund the car, but don't be expecting 10 years of trouble free, cost free motoring.
cbflazaro108/09/2019 16:38

Yeah I lack understanding on how paying 6 grand to borrow a car for 2 …Yeah I lack understanding on how paying 6 grand to borrow a car for 2 years is a deal.I bought an ev for 17.8k which I can extend the warranty for the whole car for up to 10 years for 2.1k more (total 19.9k) which saves me 2k in fuel a year... 20k for a new car with 10 years warranty that saves me 20k in fuel. Oh... And I can sell it in the end for probably half of what I paid for it.


I’m a fan of ev cars but if you save 20k on fuel over 10 years you probably clocked around 100k miles. To be honest the ev car with this mileage will be worth maximum 20% of what you paid.
Estimated battery life on them is usually 100k miles and after that the capacity drops significantly.
Are you not paying a monthly battery rental as well? (Most of Renault cars have it).
cbflazaro108/09/2019 19:49

Please show me where I can buy a battery owned 2011 leaf/zoe for 15% it …Please show me where I can buy a battery owned 2011 leaf/zoe for 15% it cost new.Idiotic comment


Here's one: is.gd/py0PJZ
cbflazaro108/09/2019 19:49

Please show me where I can buy a battery owned 2011 leaf/zoe for 15% it …Please show me where I can buy a battery owned 2011 leaf/zoe for 15% it cost new.Idiotic comment


I don't know mate, that's 7 or 8 years old not 10. You really do struggle with numbers...
barbituran08/09/2019 20:07

I’m a fan of ev cars but if you save 20k on fuel over 10 years you p …I’m a fan of ev cars but if you save 20k on fuel over 10 years you probably clocked around 100k miles. To be honest the ev car with this mileage will be worth maximum 20% of what you paid. Estimated battery life on them is usually 100k miles and after that the capacity drops significantly.Are you not paying a monthly battery rental as well? (Most of Renault cars have it).


on what you base that bateries last 100k miles?
I've seen 80-100k mile zoes with 97-98% health on the battery.

And no, i own my battery and dont pay any rental on it. its what differentiates the "i" versions from the non "i"'s, with battery rental you can have the car for 12-13k (instead of 17-18k), but you end up paying the same in rental as petrol would cost you, rendering them useless.
Edited by: "cbflazaro" 8th Sep
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cbflazaro08/09/2019 20:25

on what you base that bateries last 100k miles? I've seen 80-100k mile …on what you base that bateries last 100k miles? I've seen 80-100k mile zoes with 97-98% health on the battery. And no, i own my battery and dont pay any rental on it. its what differentiates the "i" versions from the non "i"'s, with battery rental you can have the car for 12-13k (instead of 17-18k), but you end up paying the same in rental as petrol would cost you, rendering them useless.


Well I drove Prius with 100k clocked and the batteries life was very poor .
My colleagues Lexus had to have batteries replaced around 100k miles for a cost of 5k. This might be only the Toyota batteries...
Ev cars with high mileage don’t sell well or sell for a lot less than anticipated market value.
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