Skoda KODIAQ2.0 TDI SE 4x4 5dr - £226.43pm rental £2037.85 initial + £300 admin = £7,772.17 at Yes Lease
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Skoda KODIAQ2.0 TDI SE 4x4 5dr - £226.43pm rental £2037.85 initial + £300 admin = £7,772.17 at Yes Lease

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Found 19th Jan
Personal contract hire

£226.43 incl VAT monthly rental

£2037.85 incl VAT initial rental


Contract term24 months
Rental profile9 + 23
Annual mileage8000
Processing fee£300.00
Finance doc fee£0.00
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swayndo36 m ago

Original deal averages out at £314.41 per month over the 24. A lot of car …Original deal averages out at £314.41 per month over the 24. A lot of car for the money.


Or you could look at it as a lot of money for the car
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Cold because Skoda
Original deal averages out at £314.41 per month over the 24. A lot of car for the money.
swayndo36 m ago

Original deal averages out at £314.41 per month over the 24. A lot of car …Original deal averages out at £314.41 per month over the 24. A lot of car for the money.


Or you could look at it as a lot of money for the car
Would rather have the Seat Ateca deal for 2K less
Bumnut5333 m ago

Would rather have the Seat Ateca deal for 2K less


Can you link it? I'm after an Ateca or Karoq with the bigger petrol engines. Have only seen the 1.0 at that sort of price this week.
Dalkirst43 m ago

Or you could look at it as a lot of money for the car


Sure but it is a big well equipped good quality car with a pretty big OTR price.
Ahhh, I remember my 2007 Octavia vRS... that was a lot of car for the money (Back when Skoda were actually good value for money).

These days only Dacia provide the bang for buck I'm looking for
M_z2 h, 17 m ago

They'll do a VW Tiguan slightly cheaper with 10K miles - …They'll do a VW Tiguan slightly cheaper with 10K miles - http://www.yes-lease.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/volkswagen/tiguan-estate/tiguan-diesel-estate-20-tdi-bmt-150-se-nav-5dr-260538655


Think I'd prefer the Tiguan deal.
Do the really cold deals get a little frost symbol at the top of the picture these days then?
I think generally speaking a 2 year lease would have to be less than £5,500 to get voted hot.
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Are people confusing this with the Karoq?
The Tiguan and Alceta comments would suggest so.
CrazyBob12 m ago

Are people confusing this with the Karoq? The Tiguan and Alceta comments …Are people confusing this with the Karoq? The Tiguan and Alceta comments would suggest so.


Perhaps. This is a bigger car than both the Ateca and Tiguan. It's also got 4 wheel drive which none of the recent Tiguan / Ateca / Karoq deals have.
CrazyBob13 m ago

Are people confusing this with the Karoq? The Tiguan and Alceta comments …Are people confusing this with the Karoq? The Tiguan and Alceta comments would suggest so.


It seems they are, or expressing a preference for a different class of car and so is an unfair comparison. This is the larger, 7 seater, more like the Toureg (although that is not 7 seater, I think and marketed as more premium).
We went to look at one of these and I'd recommend a test drive if you actually need a rear seat for 3 (middle row) or to carry 7 - although this deal is only for the 5 seat version!
Edited by: "masekwm" 19th Jan
The two Skoda's are very similar to look at, especially in a picture. I actually sat in the wrong one when I went for a look recently until I realised.
Some people comparing Kodiaq to the Tiguan/Karoq/Ateca when in actuality its based on the Touareg/Q7 platform. I suggest doing some research.

Simspons Skoda here have the same model for £7067 with no fees and if you go direct to a main dealer who values customers and passes on the rebates that VWFS are offering you could get this for a bit cheaper. (Email/call around the lancaster/jardine group and you will see what I mean)

Yes its a lot of car for the money and the only reason I chose not to go for it was due to the fact its a manual. I went for the 1.5 DSG Karoq instead at £5250 when that deal cropped up - again direct from a dealer.

I suggest anyone looking into leasing uses brokers as a benchmark and approaches main dealers to price match.
That way theres no fees, you deal direct in case of any pricing errors (A6 anyone?) and you have peace of mind dealing with a dealer direct. Not to say brokers are all crap, some are good but I have been stung in the past.

Anyway I'm rambling and the users of this site hate leases anyway.
Happy hunting
skaif3 h, 15 m ago

Some people comparing Kodiaq to the Tiguan/Karoq/Ateca when in actuality …Some people comparing Kodiaq to the Tiguan/Karoq/Ateca when in actuality its based on the Touareg/Q7 platform.


Not strictly true. Whilst the Kodiaq is obvious larger than the Karoq, they both run on the same MQB platform (just as the current B8 Superb does). The Touareg/Q7 run on the larger MLBevo platform (just like the Cayenne and the Bentayga and the new Audi Q8).
On what planet is the OP living on if they think this is a good deal.
skaif9 h, 57 m ago

Some people comparing Kodiaq to the Tiguan/Karoq/Ateca when in actuality …Some people comparing Kodiaq to the Tiguan/Karoq/Ateca when in actuality its based on the Touareg/Q7 platform. I suggest doing some research.Simspons Skoda here have the same model for £7067 with no fees and if you go direct to a main dealer who values customers and passes on the rebates that VWFS are offering you could get this for a bit cheaper. (Email/call around the lancaster/jardine group and you will see what I mean)Yes its a lot of car for the money and the only reason I chose not to go for it was due to the fact its a manual. I went for the 1.5 DSG Karoq instead at £5250 when that deal cropped up - again direct from a dealer.I suggest anyone looking into leasing uses brokers as a benchmark and approaches main dealers to price match.That way theres no fees, you deal direct in case of any pricing errors (A6 anyone?) and you have peace of mind dealing with a dealer direct. Not to say brokers are all crap, some are good but I have been stung in the past.Anyway I'm rambling and the users of this site hate leases anyway.Happy hunting


What you got is what I'm after. The 1.5 Karoq or 1.4 Ateca, but I'd maybe go either manual or automatic. Only seeing 1.6 TDI Atecas in that kinda price range ATM.
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