Skoda Octavia 2.0 TDI CR SE TECH Lease £2400 Deposit, £81.42 x 23 £239.99 admin fee Total £4,512.65 at NVS
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Skoda Octavia 2.0 TDI CR SE TECH Lease £2400 Deposit, £81.42 x 23 £239.99 admin fee Total £4,512.65 at NVS

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Found 22nd Sep 2017
Another Skoda deal lol.

£2400 Deposit,
£81.42 x 23
£239.99 admin fee
Total £4,512.65

Effectively 188.03 a month.

8000 miles
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10k miles would be

£2400 Deposit,
£86.72 x 23
£239.99 admin fee
Total £4,634.55

Effectively 193.11 a month.
13 Comments
Cracking price that.
DJNG221 h, 16 m ago

Cracking price that.


Only marginally cheaper than a 9+23 deal
getting cheaper... getting cheaper. Personally I don't like the idea of such a large upfront payment. Too much at stake (i.e if you wrote off the vehicle early on) but I can understand it's suitable who would prefer the lower monthly rental.

Now to see if somebody can find a broker who can match thed eal but without processing fee. That would be a stonker. Shame I've still got 12 months to go on my lease.
loofer1 h, 14 m ago

getting cheaper... getting cheaper. Personally I don't like the idea …getting cheaper... getting cheaper. Personally I don't like the idea of such a large upfront payment. Too much at stake (i.e if you wrote off the vehicle early on) but I can understand it's suitable who would prefer the lower monthly rental.Now to see if somebody can find a broker who can match thed eal but without processing fee. That would be a stonker. Shame I've still got 12 months to go on my lease.

​ala gap insurance cover the initial payment incase you wrote it off
michaelgell7 m ago

​ala gap insurance cover the initial payment incase you wrote it off



Agreed. Reasonable enough and essential if leasing a new car.
michaelgell6 h, 13 m ago

​ala gap insurance cover the initial payment incase you wrote it off

Would they? I though guy they only cover remaining payments plus back difference in market/invoice price
So a diesel you can only do 8k miles in.
You need to do about 20k plus to make a diesel a sensible choice.
Either way its widely known they cause air pollution
loofer12 h, 34 m ago

Would they? I though guy they only cover remaining payments plus back …Would they? I though guy they only cover remaining payments plus back difference in market/invoice price

​there are several different options, best ring up and explain what you want rather than buying online.
lumsdot24th Sep

So a diesel you can only do 8k miles in.You need to do about 20k plus to …So a diesel you can only do 8k miles in.You need to do about 20k plus to make a diesel a sensible choice.Either way its widely known they cause air pollution


So you're saying that it would be sensible to do more miles in something that causes air pollution...?
dale86uk42 m ago

So you're saying that it would be sensible to do more miles in something …So you're saying that it would be sensible to do more miles in something that causes air pollution...?


No it would be more sensible if you are doing less than 20k to buy a petrol.
If you are doing more than 20k you have a choice of petrol or diesel, if you care about pollution get a petrol, if you only care about your pocket get a diesel
I've been quoted 18 weeks lead time from another broker so guess that a standard for them all. Lead time direct from Skoda.
lumsdot21 h, 19 m ago

No it would be more sensible if you are doing less than 20k to buy a …No it would be more sensible if you are doing less than 20k to buy a petrol.If you are doing more than 20k you have a choice of petrol or diesel, if you care about pollution get a petrol, if you only care about your pocket get a diesel



But this isn't about *buying* a diesel, it's leasing for 2 years for nearly the same price as the lower-spec 1.4 petrol version.
10,000 mostly motorway miles a year would still be a couple hundred quid cheaper on fuel, and possibly more pleasant with less revving and gearchanges in the much torquier, better equipped diesel, especially with family and/or luggage on board.
lumsdot22 h, 47 m ago

No it would be more sensible if you are doing less than 20k to buy a …No it would be more sensible if you are doing less than 20k to buy a petrol.If you are doing more than 20k you have a choice of petrol or diesel, if you care about pollution get a petrol, if you only care about your pocket get a diesel



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Edited by: "118luke" 26th Sep 2017
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