Skoda Octavia 2.0 TDI CR SE Technology 2yr lease/PCH 10k miles/pa equiv £194/month @ Hub Leasing
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Skoda Octavia 2.0 TDI CR SE Technology 2yr lease/PCH 10k miles/pa equiv £194/month @ Hub Leasing

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Found 21st Sep 2017Edited by:"loofer"
Seen as today is post a Skoda deal day ...

For those who may be after the diesel equivalent, here's a benchmark price for 2 years vehicle hire for sub £5k... and would be even cheaper if you can get somebody to match and avoid the fee (try Horton Skoda for e.g)

there is also options for 6 & 9 months initial rental that work out the same overall
Admin Fee= £300
3 x £179 = £537
23 X £179 = £4117


Other mileages available

Edit:Thanks to M5RCC, thsi deal has been updated to save the processing fee. Link updated, deal takes you to a 9 + 23 deal (other variations are slightly more, about £50 over the term)

9 x £145.50 = £1309.50
23 x £145.50 = £3346.50
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OrribleHarry21st Sep 2017

Oh please, no! this is like the fourth or so Octavia deal posted.


At least loofer is making the effort to put deals on the site ...
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Oh please, no! this is like the fourth or so Octavia deal posted.
OrribleHarry21st Sep 2017

Oh please, no! this is like the fourth or so Octavia deal posted.


At least loofer is making the effort to put deals on the site ...
Edited by: "foxymeister" 21st Sep 2017
Car pictured above looks ok. Car on link is fugly.... 😋
morpheus1 m ago

Car pictured above looks ok. Car on link is fugly.... 😋


haha, true taht. I had to get a stock pic from elsewhere. Not sure what the model you'd get actually looks like.
The pic here is the pre-facelift model...
There may be a delay in delivery....
bbc.co.uk/new…699

Environmental protesters have climbed on to a ship at a Kent port transporting diesel cars from Germany.

Greenpeace said campaigners had boarded the ship at Sheerness in Kent and were preventing the unloading of the cars.

The group said it would not leave the ship until Volkswagen agreed to return the cars to Germany. Volkswagen said they were aware of the protest.

More than 40 people are "attempting to immobilise all the VW diesel cars by removing their keys", Greenpeace said.
m1chaels2 h, 58 m ago

There may be a delay in …There may be a delay in delivery....http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-4134699Environmental protesters have climbed on to a ship at a Kent port transporting diesel cars from Germany.Greenpeace said campaigners had boarded the ship at Sheerness in Kent and were preventing the unloading of the cars.The group said it would not leave the ship until Volkswagen agreed to return the cars to Germany. Volkswagen said they were aware of the protest.More than 40 people are "attempting to immobilise all the VW diesel cars by removing their keys", Greenpeace said.

This is Skoda.. Made in Czech republic
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m1chaels3 h, 24 m ago

There may be a delay in …There may be a delay in delivery....http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-4134699Environmental protesters have climbed on to a ship at a Kent port transporting diesel cars from Germany.Greenpeace said campaigners had boarded the ship at Sheerness in Kent and were preventing the unloading of the cars.The group said it would not leave the ship until Volkswagen agreed to return the cars to Germany. Volkswagen said they were aware of the protest.More than 40 people are "attempting to immobilise all the VW diesel cars by removing their keys", Greenpeace said.


That's silly, VAG diesels don't pollute. They have certificates to corroborate this and everything.......
Is the £206 per month how much they will pay me to drive it?....................not enough, I'll pass.
m1chaels4 h, 32 m ago

There may be a delay in …There may be a delay in delivery....http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-4134699Environmental protesters have climbed on to a ship at a Kent port transporting diesel cars from Germany.Greenpeace said campaigners had boarded the ship at Sheerness in Kent and were preventing the unloading of the cars.The group said it would not leave the ship until Volkswagen agreed to return the cars to Germany. Volkswagen said they were aware of the protest.More than 40 people are "attempting to immobilise all the VW diesel cars by removing their keys", Greenpeace said.


Exactly why you should buy British made (Manufactured)
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118luke1 h, 32 m ago

Exactly why you should buy British made (Manufactured)


Agreed there are some decent cars made in the UK nowadays.
Only an idiot would buy (lease) a diesel.
Sentral46 m ago

Only an idiot would buy (lease) a diesel.


Only an idiot would make such a rediculous statement
No matter how the manufacturers dress it up, once a dirty diesel always a dirty diesel. No wonder they had to cheat the testing system to make them seem acceptable.
Good of Greenpeace to take direct action yesterday. Pity more of us don't take personal direct action and stop buying/leasing diesels.
jamgin1 h, 42 m ago

No matter how the manufacturers dress it up, once a dirty diesel always a …No matter how the manufacturers dress it up, once a dirty diesel always a dirty diesel. No wonder they had to cheat the testing system to make them seem acceptable.Good of Greenpeace to take direct action yesterday. Pity more of us don't take personal direct action and stop buying/leasing diesels.


Shame Greenpeace wont take on Rocketman as this is the biggest pollution we will see in our time.
118luke8 h, 45 m ago

Only an idiot would make such a rediculous statement


It's ridiculous.
OrribleHarry21st Sep 2017

Agreed there are some decent cars made in the UK nowadays.


You mean assembled in the UK. Most of the componets are non-UK made.
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m5rcc9 m ago

You mean assembled in the UK. Most of the componets are non-UK made.


That goes for all car manufacturers though, they are all merely assembly lines for supply chain components.
OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

That goes for all car manufacturers though, they are all merely assembly …That goes for all car manufacturers though, they are all merely assembly lines for supply chain components.


Sure but within the EU, that is not a problem. Outside the UK post-Brexit, it will be...
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m5rcc6 m ago

Sure but within the EU, that is not a problem. Outside the UK post-Brexit, …Sure but within the EU, that is not a problem. Outside the UK post-Brexit, it will be...


That has nothing to do with the quality of vehicles produced, it only affects prices. European produced vehicles will attract a larger import tax than individual components. So one argument is that UK production may have the upper hand.
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OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

That has nothing to do with the quality of vehicles produced, it only …That has nothing to do with the quality of vehicles produced, it only affects prices. European produced vehicles will attract a larger import tax than individual components. So one argument is that UK production may have the upper hand.




It will affect quality when all of a sudden the cost of those components go up 10% and they'll find that sales drop.
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m5rcc2 m ago

It will affect quality when all of a suddent the cost of those compents go …It will affect quality when all of a suddent the cost of those compents go up 10% and they'll find that sales drop.


10% value of some of the componets (not all as some are UK/non Europe produced) is much less than 10% of an entire vehicle.
OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

10% value of some of the componets (not all as some are UK/non Europe …10% value of some of the componets (not all as some are UK/non Europe produced) is much less than 10% of an entire vehicle.



You are assuming they won't increase the cost of the car to make up the shortfall...
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m5rcc3 m ago

You are assuming they won't increase the cost of the car to make up the …You are assuming they won't increase the cost of the car to make up the shortfall...


No its basic maths car companies pay import tax based on value of the import. Even if all components were imported the car itself is more valuable than the sum of its parts (otherwise they wouldn't make money) therefore the tax is greater on a complete vehicle.
Suppliers can be moved customers cannot.
OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

No its basic maths car companies pay import tax based on value of the …No its basic maths car companies pay import tax based on value of the import. Even if all components were imported the car itself is more valuable than the sum of its parts (otherwise they wouldn't make money) therefore the tax is greater on a complete vehicle. Suppliers can be moved customers cannot.


But you continue to assume people are going to buy the car at that higher price.

Take an EU27 customer: why would they buy a UK-built Qashqai with all its non-UK components at higher price (lets assume UK gets no deal as predicted and needs to rely on WTO rules) when they can buy the same car, a Spanish-built Renault Kadjar for a cheaper price?
OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

That has nothing to do with the quality of vehicles produced, it only …That has nothing to do with the quality of vehicles produced, it only affects prices. European produced vehicles will attract a larger import tax than individual components. So one argument is that UK production may have the upper hand.



Only if they don't import the vehicle for cost price or source some components in the UK.
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m5rcc7 m ago

But you continue to assume people are going to buy the car at that higher …But you continue to assume people are going to buy the car at that higher price. Take an EU27 customer: why would they buy a UK-built Qashqai with all its non-UK components at higher price (lets assume UK gets no deal as predicted and needs to rely on WTO rules) when they can buy the same car, a Spanish-built Renault Kadjar for a cheaper price?


Take a UK customer why you buy the Kadjar is the Qashqai was cheaper? It works both ways, yes the UK is a smaller market but either way vehicles will cost more for everyone as a result.

You have to remember all car companies have global interests beyond Europe and the supply chain will just be adapted to suit.
OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

Take a UK customer why you buy the Kadjar is the Qashqai was cheaper? It …Take a UK customer why you buy the Kadjar is the Qashqai was cheaper? It works both ways, yes the UK is a smaller market but either way vehicles will cost more for everyone as a result. You have to remember all car companies have global interests beyond Europe and the supply chain will just be adapted to suit.


But Nissan exports 8 in 10 Qashqais. The UK market is almost an irrelvance...
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m5rcc14 m ago

But Nissan exports 8 in 10 Qashqais. The UK market is almost an …But Nissan exports 8 in 10 Qashqais. The UK market is almost an irrelvance...



I think you will find UK car sales are fifth highest in the world, the fact that UK customers have chosen to turn their back on domestic products is the root cause.
OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

I think you will find UK car sales are fifth highest in the world


UK car sales, that are mainly skewed by fleets and leases.

OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

the fact that UK customers have chosen to turn their back on domestic …the fact that UK customers have chosen to turn their back on domestic products is the root cause.



Because "domestic products" have tended to be of inferior quality. We've gone full circle.
m5rcc1 h, 30 m ago

Poor deal: cheaper elsewhere by £298 or £12.42/net/month:[Image]


thank you, I'll update deal. The saving is on the processing fee and I did say this was a benchmark price to beat, especially if you can find one without a fee
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m5rcc27 m ago

UK car sales, that are mainly skewed by fleets and leases.Because …UK car sales, that are mainly skewed by fleets and leases.Because "domestic products" have tended to be of inferior quality. We've gone full circle.


Historically I'd agree but there are now some excellent cars produced in the UK Jaguar and Landrover for example.

It's a cultural failure of the UK, we expect to be paid more but do less than everyone else. To add to this most British are not patriotic enough to consider a domestic product.

One of the main reasons why the German car industry has excelled is due to the Germans being extremely patriotic to the point it's frowned upon to buy non German manufactured products.
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OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

Historically I'd agree but there are now some excellent cars produced in …Historically I'd agree but there are now some excellent cars produced in the UK Jaguar and Landrover for example. It's a cultural failure of the UK, we expect to be paid more but do less than everyone else.


Excellent cars from JLR that are often quite unreliable and easy to break into?

OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

To add to this most British are not patriotic enough to consider a …To add to this most British are not patriotic enough to consider a domestic product.


The biggest problem with your argument is that there is nothing left that is truly British. JLR is not a British firm - sure they have UK works and factories but profits are taken offshore.

OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

One of the main reasons why the German car industry has excelled is due to …One of the main reasons why the German car industry has excelled is due to the Germans being extremely patriotic to the point it's frowned upon to buy non German manufactured products.



The German car industry continues to excel because of perceived quality. They are no more reliable than anything else. Brits love to be snobs and believe that driving a BMW/MB/Audi makes them better than their neighbours. It's all rather pathetic.
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m5rcc13 m ago

Excellent cars from JLR that are often quite unreliable and easy to break …Excellent cars from JLR that are often quite unreliable and easy to break into?The biggest problem with your argument is that there is nothing left that is truly British. JLR is not a British firm - sure they have UK works and factories but profits are taken offshore.The German car industry continues to excel because of perceived quality. They are no more reliable than anything else. Brits love to be snobs and believe that driving a BMW/MB/Audi makes them better than their neighbours. It's all rather pathetic.


I agree that "true british" is fading mainly due to my previous comments, however this can be rekindled starting with making conscious decisions to genuinely consider uk built products first rather than living outwith ones means to impress the neighbours.

Agreed about German vehicles also, the perception is more due to clever marketing than actual quality and reliability. The Japanese are the ones that produce the reliable vehicles, yet they are less popular.
OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

Historically I'd agree but there are now some excellent cars produced in …Historically I'd agree but there are now some excellent cars produced in the UK Jaguar and Landrover for example. It's a cultural failure of the UK, we expect to be paid more but do less than everyone else. To add to this most British are not patriotic enough to consider a domestic product. One of the main reasons why the German car industry has excelled is due to the Germans being extremely patriotic to the point it's frowned upon to buy non German manufactured products.



Was there a time when jaguar and landrover weren't made in the UK?
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CoeK2 m ago

Was there a time when jaguar and landrover weren't made in the UK?


Not to my knowledge but it was British owned.
OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

I agree that "true british" is fading mainly due to my previous comments, …I agree that "true british" is fading mainly due to my previous comments, however this can be rekindled starting with making conscious decisions to genuinely consider uk built products first rather than living outwith ones means to impress the neighbours.Agreed about German vehicles also, the perception is more due to clever marketing than actual quality and reliability. The Japanese are the ones that produce the reliable vehicles, yet they are less popular.



I would happily buy genuine British made products, I won't consciously go out of my way to find them though, most people just buy the best they can for how much they have, if British made products become that then there will be no need to seek them out.
I never understand the "Buying British is better" people. When you ask them why it's better they never seem to be able to tell you, just get all huffy and say surely it's obvious and run you down for being insufficiently "patriotic".
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ultrak3wl37 m ago

I never understand the "Buying British is better" people. When you ask …I never understand the "Buying British is better" people. When you ask them why it's better they never seem to be able to tell you, just get all huffy and say surely it's obvious and run you down for being insufficiently "patriotic".


It's basic economics, if the UK is exporting products they are adding value to the UK and ultimately yourself in property value and income.
By importing a product you are decreasing the value of the economy and adding it to the exporting countries value.

A strong economy exports more than it imports, simple as that.
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