Skoda Octavia 2.0TDI (150) CR SE Technology 2yrs 10,000mpa £99.63 per month after initial payment total £4931 @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Skoda Octavia 2.0TDI (150) CR SE Technology 2yrs 10,000mpa £99.63 per month after initial payment total £4931 @ National Vehicle Solutions

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Found 5th JanEdited by:"SpamJavelin"
It's a Skoda lease deal so let's play HUKD bingo! One point for every time someone mentions rubbish Skodas from the 80's, VW diesel emissions, asks if they get the 'deposit' back, points out that you can buy a banger for £350 and run it for 5 years etc...

Average cost is £205 per month (or 25 pence per mile if you like) and you can have the 1.4 petrol for the same price. Extra miles are 7.2 pence each so my quick maths says it's £265 per month if you do double the miles.

The car is the facelifted model and comes with some nice kit (and boring blue paint) including adaptive cruise control, front assist, fatigue detection, bluetooth, voice control, DAB. You can get the vRS for an extra £1,300 total if you fancy more bells and whistles.
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Skoda are absolutely rubbish, skip on wheels, people should avoid at all costs.

(OK, I've got a 14 Octavia 1.4 tsi and its easily the best car I've owned in my clutch of boring family cars. Mondeo, Avensis, etc...but lets keep the 'Skoda are rubbish' going because I don't want their value going up if the badge snobs finally catch on, I'm intending on getting another Skoda next time round!)
Edited by: "Batch_2001" 5th Jan
Nizar8 m ago

Ok so let me go first.... do you get your deposit back?



Yes, you also get to keep the car at the end
SpamJavelin6 m ago

Would love to change it but it only lets me select one from the deal page



It is fine as it is, anyone really interested would look at the exact model. I mean if someone sticks a pic of tesco on for a tesco sale nobody thinks they are actually buying a tesco store.
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This is what it actually looks like, not the vRS on the post (although this is the estate)
What's the initial payment for this deal? Tried the banger route and the maintenance was expensive and not fun!
Picture needs changing then as that's not the same spec as the deal and is misleading
Typical of NVS... upfront is £2400. Alright for those that need lower monthly payments.
Was searching same model the other day and it can be had for about same overall cost as a 9+23

Actually it was the CR Technology which I believe is better than SE Tech
Edited by: "loofer" 5th Jan
Good price for 10k p/a
Andi.Keane11 m ago

Picture needs changing then as that's not the same spec as the deal and is …Picture needs changing then as that's not the same spec as the deal and is misleading



He put the actual image in another post.
Ok so let me go first.... do you get your deposit back?
Nizar8 m ago

Ok so let me go first.... do you get your deposit back?



Yes, you also get to keep the car at the end
loofer55 m ago

Typical of NVS... upfront is £2400. Alright for those that need lower …Typical of NVS... upfront is £2400. Alright for those that need lower monthly payments.Was searching same model the other day and it can be had for about same overall cost as a 9+23Actually it was the CR Technology which I believe is better than SE Tech


If you put less up front it costs a bit more. £5086 if you only stump up £559
Andi.Keane57 m ago

Picture needs changing then as that's not the same spec as the deal and is …Picture needs changing then as that's not the same spec as the deal and is misleading


Would love to change it but it only lets me select one from the deal page
SpamJavelin6 m ago

Would love to change it but it only lets me select one from the deal page



It is fine as it is, anyone really interested would look at the exact model. I mean if someone sticks a pic of tesco on for a tesco sale nobody thinks they are actually buying a tesco store.
The older model was a much nicer looking car, the headlights on this model look terrible in my opinion.
For anyone looking for great economy you will not go wrong with the 1,6 diesel dsg, I reguarly get 65 - 70mpg on most of my journeys.


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Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 5th Jan
SpamJavelin29 m ago

Would love to change it but it only lets me select one from the deal page


Didn't realise that sorry , poor job from them to show the Vrs then
Andi.Keane2 m ago

Didn't realise that sorry , poor job from them to show the Vrs then



Same as every TV advert for any car ever. Always show the best model with the price for the worst model.
SOUTHWALES6 m ago

For a bone looking for great economy you will not go wrong with the 1,6 …For a bone looking for great economy you will not go wrong with the 1,6 diesel dsg, I reguarly get 65 - 70mpg on most of my journeys.[Image]



Good if you do long journeys.
CoeK14 m ago

Good if you do long journeys.


I wouldn't consider 25 miles a "long journey"
DonBeliev8 m ago

I wouldn't consider 25 miles a "long journey"



So?
Good deal economically, however personally diesel is big no for me, considering damage it causes to the environment.
Hybrid and electric is the future..
SOUTHWALES34 m ago

For a bone looking for great economy you will not go wrong with the 1,6 …For a bone looking for great economy you will not go wrong with the 1,6 diesel dsg, I reguarly get 65 - 70mpg on most of my journeys.[Image]



Are they all downhill?
mcormack4 m ago

Are they all downhill?


Nope, many of them are round trips, also last week I got an one Indicated mpg of 74mpg from Newtown to Blackpool.
SOUTHWALES50 m ago

For anyone looking for great economy you will not go wrong with the 1,6 …For anyone looking for great economy you will not go wrong with the 1,6 diesel dsg, I reguarly get 65 - 70mpg on most of my journeys.[Image]


Unlike me in a VRS estate, manage about 45 overall.
Skoda are absolutely rubbish, skip on wheels, people should avoid at all costs.

(OK, I've got a 14 Octavia 1.4 tsi and its easily the best car I've owned in my clutch of boring family cars. Mondeo, Avensis, etc...but lets keep the 'Skoda are rubbish' going because I don't want their value going up if the badge snobs finally catch on, I'm intending on getting another Skoda next time round!)
Edited by: "Batch_2001" 5th Jan
Batch_20017 m ago

I don't want their value going up if the badge snobs finally catch on


Well they're already more expensive (and more ugly) than SEATs, despite once again being the same car (and in most cases, being older versions of the same car), so it's happening already.
Lol couldn't drive a skoda, would be a laughing stock. They breakdown all the time aswell, my Aunty had one in 1988
ollie8731 m ago

Well they're already more expensive (and more ugly) than SEATs, despite …Well they're already more expensive (and more ugly) than SEATs, despite once again being the same car (and in most cases, being older versions of the same car), so it's happening already.



I think both the Kodaq and the Kodiaq are better looking that the seat equivalents tbh.
CoeK1 h, 11 m ago

So?


You quoted a comment about a 25 mile trip averaging 73mpg and replied it's "good if you do long journeys" as if it's not so good for short ones, when clearly that's not the case.
DonBeliev5 m ago

You quoted a comment about a 25 mile trip averaging 73mpg and replied it's …You quoted a comment about a 25 mile trip averaging 73mpg and replied it's "good if you do long journeys" as if it's not so good for short ones, when clearly that's not the case.



A 48 minute 25 mile journey is what i consider long. A 5 mile trip to tesco for the shopping is what i consider short.
Woogass39 m ago

Lol couldn't drive a skoda, would be a laughing stock. They breakdown all …Lol couldn't drive a skoda, would be a laughing stock. They breakdown all the time aswell, my Aunty had one in 1988


It was not that Skoda was unreliable back then but the fact that they were cheap to buy, the people that purchased them were also less likely to get them serviced regularly, especially used Skoda that could be purchased for a few hundred pounds, they usually never got serviced again. Even a Rolls Royce would keep breaking down if it had not been serviced in years. There is only so long an engine can run for on mucky oil and dirty spark plugs.
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 5th Jan
CoeK15 m ago

A 48 minute 25 mile journey is what i consider long. A 5 mile trip to …A 48 minute 25 mile journey is what i consider long. A 5 mile trip to tesco for the shopping is what i consider short.


They averaged around 30mph, which proves it will be fine on short journeys if they got over 70mpg.
CoeK1 h, 58 m ago

Same as every TV advert for any car ever. Always show the best model with …Same as every TV advert for any car ever. Always show the best model with the price for the worst model.




To be fair, they allways give the price of the top model in small print, I cant see the small print on this.
whopaysrrp2 m ago

They averaged around 30mph, which proves it will be fine on short journeys …They averaged around 30mph, which proves it will be fine on short journeys if they got over 70mpg.



How fast do you think you average around town?
whopaysrrp3 m ago

To be fair, they allways give the price of the top model in small print, I …To be fair, they allways give the price of the top model in small print, I cant see the small print on this.



Because they get made to do that, the lease company aren't made to.
CoeK1 m ago

Because they get made to do that, the lease company aren't made to.


Exactly which makes it misleading.
CoeK24 m ago

A 48 minute 25 mile journey is what i consider long. A 5 mile trip to …A 48 minute 25 mile journey is what i consider long. A 5 mile trip to tesco for the shopping is what i consider short.


He took 48 minutes because he only averaged 30mph, so either constant urban crawl or sitting in frequent traffic jams, yet STILL managed 73mpg, therefore it will be fine for short trips to Tesco.
DonBeliev17 m ago

He took 48 minutes because he only averaged 30mph, so either constant …He took 48 minutes because he only averaged 30mph, so either constant urban crawl or sitting in frequent traffic jams, yet STILL managed 73mpg, therefore it will be fine for short trips to Tesco.



I don't know the journey specifics, but i do often do the same journey in 2 different cars. One diesel and one petrol, it is only 4 miles and the petrol gets much better mpg.
CoeK19 m ago

I don't know the journey specifics, but i do often do the same journey in …I don't know the journey specifics, but i do often do the same journey in 2 different cars. One diesel and one petrol, it is only 4 miles and the petrol gets much better mpg.


Diesel mpg will be rubbish untill it's got some engine temp (40-50 mpg cold winter but 70-90 mpg hot doing 30mph) . Takes mine 3-5 miles in summer to get up to temp, sometimes up to 10 miles in winter but does depend on how much work the engine doing.
Edited by: "McHotpoon" 5th Jan
McHotpoon22 m ago

Diesel mpg will be rubbish untill it's got some engine temp (40-50 mpg …Diesel mpg will be rubbish untill it's got some engine temp (40-50 mpg cold winter but 70-90 mpg hot doing 30mph) . Takes mine 3-5 miles in summer to get up to temp, sometimes up to 10 miles in winter but does depend on how much work the engine doing.


Yeh that was pretty much my original point.

I've had diesels before, i saved a fortune with it but now I go to the office once a fortnight and it is only 4 miles away.
SOUTHWALES5 h, 22 m ago

For anyone looking for great economy you will not go wrong with the 1,6 …For anyone looking for great economy you will not go wrong with the 1,6 diesel dsg, I reguarly get 65 - 70mpg on most of my journeys.[Image]


Is this when you're not using your 50cc scooter with passenger, your base model Dacia, your folding bicycle, etc., etc? How do you ever get the time to drive your Skoda AND post every cheap Chinese walkie talkie ever made? Oh, I know, this is a shared ID for everyone in South Wales isn't it!
Edited by: "Besford" 5th Jan
Woogass4 h, 12 m ago

Lol couldn't drive a skoda, would be a laughing stock.


And when did these self image problems start? What over-priced car with an expensive badge do you drive to impress yourself, or haven't you passed your test yet?
Edited by: "Besford" 5th Jan
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