Skoda Octavia 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr, 10,000 miles - 24 month lease @ Fleetprices.co.uk £4407.60-£4477.26 total cost.
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Skoda Octavia 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr, 10,000 miles - 24 month lease @ Fleetprices.co.uk £4407.60-£4477.26 total cost.

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Found 13th Nov
Not as special as the several VRS deals on here at the

moment but a great cheap family lease deal with 10,000 miles per annum. The SE Technology

comes with some great standard kit too Whatcar review whatcar.com/sko…ng/

Various options depending on your initial deposit available

to you

Option1 – (3+23) @ £160.71 = £4178.46 + £298.80 admin fee = £4477.26




Option1 – (6+23) @ £144.08 = £4178.32 + £298.80 admin fee =

£4477.12




Option1 – (9+23) @ £128.40 = £4108.80 + £298.80 admin fee =

£4407.60

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10 Comments

Seems like a good deal for anyone after a new leased family car.

1.0L seems quite small for this size of car? Underpowered?

thelatics9 m ago

1.0L seems quite small for this size of car? Underpowered?


It’s not - this is fast becoming standard, such as focus 1.0 ecoboosts, Seat Leon’s 1.0. They can pull 115-140bhp which is more powerful than their 1.6 d equivalent

thelatics15 m ago

1.0L seems quite small for this size of car? Underpowered?


Not really, it's got a turbo and pushes out 113bhp, with the car only weighing around 1100kg thats not a bad power to weight ratio. Put it this way that engine is pushing out around the same power as a lot of 1.8 litre engines were 20 years ago. For example It would easily keep pace and possibly out perform a 1995 1.8 ford Mondeo
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 13th Nov

Not my old 1990 Sierra 2.0L (ah the memories!!)

This was quite a lot cheaper in Sept/Oct, under £4k if I remember, wish I'd got one...!

POWYSWALES11 h, 52 m ago

Not really, it's got a turbo and pushes out 113bhp, with the car only …Not really, it's got a turbo and pushes out 113bhp, with the car only weighing around 1100kg thats not a bad power to weight ratio. Put it this way that engine is pushing out around the same power as a lot of 1.8 litre engines were 20 years ago. For example It would easily keep pace and possibly out perform a 1995 1.8 ford Mondeo


The only problem 1995 mondeo 1.8 will outlast this engine by far

Narkodrom42 m ago

The only problem 1995 mondeo 1.8 will outlast this engine by far


why do you care ? It goes back after 2 years.

thelatics19 h, 46 m ago

Not my old 1990 Sierra 2.0L (ah the memories!!)


Only if you enhanced it, because from standard the SIerra had less power, less torque and more weight.
Edited by: "androoski" 14th Nov

Really! Blimey it was a quick-one. How engines have changed (I suppose a turbo helps).
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