Skoda Octavia 2.0TSI 245 VRS - Lease 10k/year 24 months - total cost: £6,368.39 (£2,400 deposit / £155.35pm) @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Skoda Octavia 2.0TSI 245 VRS - Lease 10k/year 24 months - total cost: £6,368.39 (£2,400 deposit / £155.35pm) @ National Vehicle Solutions

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Found 20th SepMade hot 20th Sep
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Still got a year to go on my Tiguan but this looks like a decent price for the spec.

This is actually a personal deal so includes VAT.
155.35*24 = £3728.40
£2400
Admin = £239.99
Edited by: "fuzzynavel"

Top comments

akGTR16 m ago

Is there a catch to this deal? Because it looks amazing


Yes. In 2 years time you will have nothing and your bank balance will be £10k less!

Sorry couldn't resist! Lol

You can then drive down the motorway at night doing 68mph and watch everybody slow down to see if you are a cop before zooming off!

It's a good deal.
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Cracking deal

42 mpg ... er OK

I have the 2016 220bhp bhp- cost me £280 pm on 15k pa. this is a bargain

Shouldn't it be 23 x £155.35?

r401caw6 m ago

I have the 2016 220bhp bhp- cost me £280 pm on 15k pa. this is a bargain


This works out to be £265.35 (if you include the initial & Admin) - I'd say yours was better for the mileage unless it was a hefty upfront
Edited by: "118luke" 20th Sep

Guzzle3 m ago

Shouldn't it be 23 x £155.35?


yup, but doesn't exactly make a big difference that it was worth pointing out... unless you're really anal that is.

118luke4 m ago

This works out to be £265.35 (if you include the initial & Admin) - I'd …This works out to be £265.35 (if you include the initial & Admin) - I'd say yours was better for the mileage unless it was a hefty upfront


its unlilkely to not have a decent up front amount. 6-9 months is the norm. In fact this skoda works out to be like 15m initial payment (not really a deposit as it claims) which seems quite high. But yeah at the end of the day, for leases, just work out the total cost instead of looking at the monthlies and initial payment.

Same engine as the Golf GTI... Great price!
Edited by: "Sentral" 20th Sep

Where's the usual flock of anti-lease tards?

thefunkygibbon21 m ago

yup, but doesn't exactly make a big difference that it was worth pointing …yup, but doesn't exactly make a big difference that it was worth pointing out... unless you're really anal that is.


Maybe not to you but could be helpful for some

This one is too good that’s why they’ve disappeared

The_Hoff26 m ago

Where's the usual flock of anti-lease tards?


Here goes... "You can buy a car for that price"... "It's not really yours"... "What if you need to go over the mileage"... "Renting culture will be the end of us"...

It's a good price for a lot of car and makes mucho sense if you need a new saloon car. I'd just say that lease prices are a true reflection of the value of cars today, and not the inflated sticker price that implies you're getting a huge discount. After all, if everyone is leasing what use is the old depreciation calculation worth anymore?

There's are lovely inside.

notos8 m ago

Here goes... "You can buy a car for that price"... "It's not really …Here goes... "You can buy a car for that price"... "It's not really yours"... "What if you need to go over the mileage"... "Renting culture will be the end of us"...It's a good price for a lot of car and makes mucho sense if you need a new saloon car. I'd just say that lease prices are a true reflection of the value of cars today, and not the inflated sticker price that implies you're getting a huge discount. After all, if everyone is leasing what use is the old depreciation calculation worth anymore?


Not entirely a true reflection. After all the lease company will have factored in a profit so you will be paying that too.

The_Hoff48 m ago

Where's the usual flock of anti-lease tards?


I can't wait, it's always entertaining. You wonder how they think, in fact if they think at all. I hate tards, I'd say the world is 90% tards, 10% people who can think for themselves.

Is there a catch to this deal? Because it looks amazing

That's an incredible deal. Still don't fancy it though.

akGTR16 m ago

Is there a catch to this deal? Because it looks amazing


Yes. In 2 years time you will have nothing and your bank balance will be £10k less!

Sorry couldn't resist! Lol

You can then drive down the motorway at night doing 68mph and watch everybody slow down to see if you are a cop before zooming off!

It's a good deal.

M0RPH1 h, 20 m ago

Not entirely a true reflection. After all the lease company will have …Not entirely a true reflection. After all the lease company will have factored in a profit so you will be paying that too.


That's a good point

An elegant skip

akGTR2 h, 27 m ago

Is there a catch to this deal? Because it looks amazing



Well yes the name

oliverreed6 h, 56 m ago

There's are lovely inside.


Male or female?
Edited by: "GrumpyOldGamer" 21st Sep

The_Hoff7 h, 37 m ago

Where's the usual flock of anti-lease tards?


Still out T-cutting the scratches out of their 1999 Ford Escorts.

I've got 10k and want newest mid size car possible any ideas? In need of some help.

Good deal and voted hot, but for those wanting the most performance for a reasonable price the Cupra deals are still about at certain dealers ( see piston head threads ) and were £250 pm and £250 deposit.

How is this a deal? £2400 deposit and £155 monthly for a Skoda is never a deal. Sorry, but I'd look around for something less embarrassing to drive.

Bikerdanny1 h, 18 m ago

Good deal and voted hot, but for those wanting the most performance for a …Good deal and voted hot, but for those wanting the most performance for a reasonable price the Cupra deals are still about at certain dealers ( see piston head threads ) and were £250 pm and £250 deposit.

Link please?

Original Poster

Guzzle10 h, 31 m ago

Shouldn't it be 23 x £155.35?


Even cheaper....bonus!

Original Poster

pc_tech8646 m ago

Link please?


On the same site there are cupras for 182.82pm with 2400 upfront
Try here!! change mileage etc to match picture for the current price which may change!

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Edited by: "fuzzynavel" 21st Sep

Original Poster

Teezer1 h, 43 m ago

How is this a deal? £2400 deposit and £155 monthly for a Skoda is never a …How is this a deal? £2400 deposit and £155 monthly for a Skoda is never a deal. Sorry, but I'd look around for something less embarrassing to drive.


I bet you are one of these people who would rather have a poverty spec C class Merc for the badge than look at the car on its merits...Skodas are VW's nowadays and share much of the same componentry as "proper VW's" and Audis.

Your loss!

THIS:
Volkswagen Golf2.0 TSI 310 R 5dr AWD DSG Personal Lease
INITIAL RENTAL
3 months6 months9 months
MILEAGE
5,000 miles per year8,000 miles per year10,000 miles per year
TERM LENGTH
24 months36 months48 months
BUSINESS
PERSONAL
Fuel Consumption
40.4 mpg
CO2 Emissions
163g/km
Fuel Type
Petrol
Transmission
Automatic
Pure White

PAYMENT PROFILE
Personal Deal
£308.53
per month INCL VAT
Initial Rental
£2,776.77 INCL VAT
Contract Length
24
Maintenance
No
Admin Fee
£239.99

Excellent deal. Skoda snobs, 1980 called and wants its stereotype back.

Let's face it: this is a Golf GTI with performance pack underneath. Anyone who can't get their head around that, well, don't bother posting anything, because you won't add anything of use.

As for lease deal haters, and there are plenty of those around...there's not much I can add to what we already know, other than offer them some sums to prove the science.

Funnily enough, illogical and irrational individuals often decline to see science (emipircal evidence) as valid if it doesn't suit them.

flagstaff196513 h, 19 m ago

And in English ??


Member since 2011 and not posted a deal. End interaction.

Never done a lease before but tempted with this, where do you go to view/test drive the vehicle? And does this Octavia have the dynamic chassis control (DCC) suspension?
Edited by: "GoldenGaze" 21st Sep

Is the TDI vrs deal a good offer?

I don't understand much about leasing but on the same site it shows as £2400 deposit, £239.99 admin fee and £126.91 a month for 10k per annum miles?

Total cost of £5558.92 if my sums are right.
Edited by: "dannyjones106" 21st Sep

if i went for a lease i'd just be so worried about the scratches/nicks you get in the car parks from doors of cars parked next to yours - i guess going over mileage is fine, you'll just have to pay extra for the privilege.. presuming taking car to western/northen european countries is fine as well or do you have to notify/pay them everytime you go?
is it true if something goes wrong with the car and the dealer decides its not covered under warranty then you will have to foot the bill?

Andi.Keane13 h, 17 m ago

42 mpg ... er OK


I think that is referring to the oil consumption, being a TSi engine.

Instead of the 2400 deposit ,i would rarther get a decent car for that money !! . Then you wouldnt have to pay anythink monthly or worry about when the lease ends

satan666wayne5 h, 21 m ago

Still out T-cutting the scratches out of their 1999 Ford Escorts.


To be honest 1999 Escort's that are in good condition are like hen's teeth! Got to be a mint 1.6 finesse.
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