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Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSI SE L DSG 7 seat SUV - 2 Year Lease - 23 x £157.55pm. £3239.99 up front. TOTAL £6863 @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSI SE L DSG 7 seat SUV - 2 Year Lease - 23 x £157.55pm. £3239.99 up front. TOTAL £6863 @ National Vehicle Solutions

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Posted 7th Oct
Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSI SE L DSG 7 seat SUV - 2 Year Lease - 23 x £157.55pm - 8,000 miles per annum. Initial deposit £3000 with admin fee £239.99. Total £6863
Standard colour - blue

Option of changing initial deposit from 1 -9 payments which increases monthly payment by approx £9 p/m

Excess mileage is very reasonable at 7.2p

Waiting time approx 12 weeks or can be ordered for 1 March (20 plate)

Besides the very large boot and third row of foldaway seats standard specification includes;-


  • 7 speed DSG twin clutch automatic gearbox
  • Choice of 2 different 19 inch alloy wheel designs (Sirius design pictured)
  • Rear LED lights
  • Electrically adjustable, heated and foldable door mirrors with boarding spots
  • Full LED headlights with adaptive front light system and LED daytime running lights
  • Keyless entry and start with motion sensing keys
  • Rear parking sensor
  • 3 spoke leather wrapped multi-function steering wheel
  • Microsuede / leather upholstery with heated front seats
  • Cruise control
  • Columbus 9.2 inch colour touchscreen infotainment system with integrated Wi-Fi, WLAN and DAB
  • Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
  • DVD drive
  • Dual-zone climate control
  • Automatic lights and windscreen wipers
  • Privacy glass
  • Umbrella in drivers and front passengers doors
  • Ice scraper behind fuel filler door



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Other leasing benefits include:-

  • Manufacturers warranty included for full term of lease
  • Vehicle tax included for full term of lease
  • Breakdown cover included for full term of lease
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hoppo707/10/2019 20:30

Massive upfront payment


Thanks for that, struggled to figure that bit out
Massive upfront payment
C'mon people, there's no need for all this negativity. At least not until someone asks if you get to keep it at the end of the lease.
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Massive upfront payment
hoppo707/10/2019 20:30

Massive upfront payment


Thanks for that, struggled to figure that bit out
Slightly cheaper at Lookers Stockport and with a lower initial payment

whatcar.com/car…28/

Btw, that description seems familiar. Have I read it on another thread somewhere
Danzelp07/10/2019 20:34

Thanks for that, struggled to figure that bit out


People like you need that post. You're welcome Tonto.
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hoppo707/10/2019 20:37

People like you need that post. You're welcome Tonto.


No problem, Captain obvious.
CoeK07/10/2019 20:51

Hardly massive, it's 3k.


Let's all just agree its obviously above average if you're not associated with the Lone Ranger.
Edited by: "GrimDanFango" 7th Oct
C'mon people, there's no need for all this negativity. At least not until someone asks if you get to keep it at the end of the lease.
Lol
Initial upfront of circra 45% of the whole rental is ridiculously high on a PCH and you don't get your deposit back at the end
GrimDanFango07/10/2019 21:10

C'mon people, there's no need for all this negativity. At least not until …C'mon people, there's no need for all this negativity. At least not until someone asks if you get to keep it at the end of the lease.


What? Dont you own it after the 2 years then??
Terrible, great vehicle but the upfront should be half of what it is, similar vehicles with a 3 or 6 + 23 can be had, will say they are not 7 seat and Skoda have a good name now, have had 5, but check out the competition, and if 7 seats is a must then their might not be better but want a large 4x4, tons better
Briliant description. Knowing that there's an ice scraper behind fuel filler door is more important than irrelevant details like MPG, 0 to 60...
OP has written you can select the initial payment smaller for a few quid.extra.

Is this Audi Q7 size?
What's the other skoda karoq..Q3 or Q5 size?
Google 'slovak meaning of skoda'
All the car retailers are suffering from huge excess stock (huge stock depreciation) -
on the look out for a lease but not willing to pay more than £5000 and thats for a THREE year lease for something like a VW Golf or Skoda
a lease should be £1k per year max
mgk07/10/2019 22:40

OP has written you can select the initial payment smaller for a few …OP has written you can select the initial payment smaller for a few quid.extra.Is this Audi Q7 size?What's the other skoda karoq..Q3 or Q5 size?


I would say this is Q7 size and the Karoq is Q3 size.
KEEP_IT_TEA07/10/2019 23:37

All the car retailers are suffering from huge excess stock (huge stock …All the car retailers are suffering from huge excess stock (huge stock depreciation) - on the look out for a lease but not willing to pay more than £5000 and thats for a THREE year lease for something like a VW Golf or Skoda


Where did you get that from?
CoeK08/10/2019 07:00

I would say this is Q7 size and the Karoq is Q3 size.


Kodiaq is more similar to a Q5, than a Q7. Only 4cm longer, 1cm slimmer and 2cm taller. It has 80litre bigger boot than a Q5 though. Q7 is significantly bigger in all dimensions.
That is a bargain. I just had one delivered and it's a fantastic car. Ours is dsg. And you cant compare to q7. I've just upgraded my skoda Octavia estate and its similar dimensions just higher obviously.
KEEP_IT_TEA07/10/2019 23:37

All the car retailers are suffering from huge excess stock (huge stock …All the car retailers are suffering from huge excess stock (huge stock depreciation) - on the look out for a lease but not willing to pay more than £5000 and thats for a THREE year lease for something like a VW Golf or Skoda


Be sure to post when you find one in that price range
With a book price of £29,560 this works out at 24% of the value over two years? And £295.95 p/m amortised?
CoeK07/10/2019 20:51

Hardly massive, it's 3k.


Which to some people is massive, not everyone has the same views you know. Can't be all the same and boring Jo blogs
DJBenz08/10/2019 08:52

With a book price of £29,560 this works out at 24% of the value over two …With a book price of £29,560 this works out at 24% of the value over two years? And £295.95 p/m amortised?


Book price for DSG is £31,125
JDC8408/10/2019 09:12

Book price for DSG is £31,125


Cheers! 22.8% then. Pretty good deal.
Admast7907/10/2019 20:46

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What’s an Octavia estate got to do with anything?
It's cheaper with Garland Motors on Whatcar Leasing:

whatcar.com/car…20/


£1,400 up front then £234 per month (£6,789 total)
malhal08/10/2019 01:04

a lease should be £1k per year max


You have never leased clearly.
Great car. I'd personally go for the 2.0TDI DSG.
Gary_Middleton08/10/2019 08:00

Kodiaq is more similar to a Q5, than a Q7. Only 4cm longer, 1cm slimmer …Kodiaq is more similar to a Q5, than a Q7. Only 4cm longer, 1cm slimmer and 2cm taller. It has 80litre bigger boot than a Q5 though. Q7 is significantly bigger in all dimensions.


True the Q5 is pretty big. No 7 seater option though.
Owned mine from new 18mths now can’t fault it
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