Skoda Octavia Estate 2.0 TDI CR vRS 2yr lease (10k pa) 6455.75 all in @ NVS
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Skoda Octavia Estate 2.0 TDI CR vRS 2yr lease (10k pa) 6455.75 all in @ NVS

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Found 30th Dec 2017
Skoda OCTAVIA ESTATE 2.0 TDI CR vRS 5dr Personal Lease

2400 down
158.99 per month
2 year lease (10k pa)
239.99 admin fee

Found this whilst looking for somethign for another member, looks like a good price for the spec.

Not sure whether to go with this or the Karoq now
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Alfsmum3 m ago

Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would …Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would lease a car for 2 years for 6455 and when they could buy a brandnew Dacia ( not the best looking car on the road but reliable as hell ) for that priceor for just under 7k for a logan estate.... even if the resale value after two years isonly half its still a better deal... or am I missing something ?


You're missing something
Alfsmum32 m ago

Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would …Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would lease a car for 2 years for 6455 and when they could buy a brandnew Dacia ( not the best looking car on the road but reliable as hell ) for that priceor for just under 7k for a logan estate.... even if the resale value after two years isonly half its still a better deal... or am I missing something ?


If you are trying to compare that Dacia to a VRS, then yes you are missing something. It's like comparing a cheeseburger to a 3 course meal. Some people will be OK with just the cheeseburger. Some won't.
Alfsmum14 m ago

Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would …Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would lease a car for 2 years for 6455 and when they could buy a brandnew Dacia ( not the best looking car on the road but reliable as hell ) for that priceor for just under 7k for a logan estate.... even if the resale value after two years isonly half its still a better deal... or am I missing something ?


Because this car destroys that Dacia in every way except price? Leasing is good for people who change cars frequently and want a new car every two years. A lease deal is basically can i buy this car new and sell it on in two years for the price of this lease? If not then leasing is better. You should vote hot if the lease price is less than 25% of cars RRP. Cold if over. That's it
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Add £110 as you pay deposit and and processing fee =270 per month
Beware there may be long lead times on these. I ordered a vRS 245 in September and was advised an 18 week wait for delivery (mid Jan). That's since slipped twice and I'm now being advised that it's not even scheduled to be built until the start of March...
Zero_Zuul30th Dec 2017

Beware there may be long lead times on these. I ordered a vRS 245 in …Beware there may be long lead times on these. I ordered a vRS 245 in September and was advised an 18 week wait for delivery (mid Jan). That's since slipped twice and I'm now being advised that it's not even scheduled to be built until the start of March...


Yup lead times can be evil, 8 months on the last car i ordered. not a bad price at £270/month
Excellent cars, I get around 70mpg out of my 1.6Tdi dsg.

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Has anyone seen any Mercedes deals lately? I'm looking for an A200 or a C Coupe but struggling to find anything half decent:(!
Underneath that prestigious Skoda badge you will find its only an Audi ,which has replaced BMW as the business chavs choice chariot.
Gav_8815 m ago

Yup lead times can be evil, 8 months on the last car i ordered. not a bad …Yup lead times can be evil, 8 months on the last car i ordered. not a bad price at £270/month

My focus RS was 9 months but some people on the forums were over a year
Shame it won't look like the one in the picture, the new ones headlights are awful and enough to put me off.
Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why
someone would lease a car for 2 years for 6455 and when they could buy a brand
new Dacia ( not the best looking car on the road but reliable as hell ) for that price
or for just under 7k for a logan estate.... even if the resale value after two years is
only half its still a better deal... or am I missing something ?
Alfsmum2 m ago

Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would …Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would lease a car for 2 years for 6455 and when they could buy a brandnew Dacia ( not the best looking car on the road but reliable as hell ) for that priceor for just under 7k for a logan estate.... even if the resale value after two years isonly half its still a better deal... or am I missing something ?


Or for £6.5k and buy a 3 year old 1. 2 years later it would be worth 4k. 2 years at £100 a month and should be relitavly hassle free
Alfsmum3 m ago

Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would …Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would lease a car for 2 years for 6455 and when they could buy a brandnew Dacia ( not the best looking car on the road but reliable as hell ) for that priceor for just under 7k for a logan estate.... even if the resale value after two years isonly half its still a better deal... or am I missing something ?


You're missing something
Alfsmum14 m ago

Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would …Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would lease a car for 2 years for 6455 and when they could buy a brandnew Dacia ( not the best looking car on the road but reliable as hell ) for that priceor for just under 7k for a logan estate.... even if the resale value after two years isonly half its still a better deal... or am I missing something ?


Because this car destroys that Dacia in every way except price? Leasing is good for people who change cars frequently and want a new car every two years. A lease deal is basically can i buy this car new and sell it on in two years for the price of this lease? If not then leasing is better. You should vote hot if the lease price is less than 25% of cars RRP. Cold if over. That's it
Terryjd15 m ago

Or for £6.5k and buy a 3 year old 1. 2 years later it would be worth 4k. 2 …Or for £6.5k and buy a 3 year old 1. 2 years later it would be worth 4k. 2 years at £100 a month and should be relitavly hassle free


3 year old 1.2 what?
Alfsmum32 m ago

Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would …Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would lease a car for 2 years for 6455 and when they could buy a brandnew Dacia ( not the best looking car on the road but reliable as hell ) for that priceor for just under 7k for a logan estate.... even if the resale value after two years isonly half its still a better deal... or am I missing something ?


If you are trying to compare that Dacia to a VRS, then yes you are missing something. It's like comparing a cheeseburger to a 3 course meal. Some people will be OK with just the cheeseburger. Some won't.
SOUTHWALES1 h, 6 m ago

3 year old 1.2 what?


Ok want a real life example, I just bought a 3 yo Skoda Octavia 4x4 estate 2.0l, with 60k on it for £7.5k, plan to run it for 3 yrs and then according to Parkers a 6 yo with say £100k on it is still worth around £5k. So £2.5k (plus obviously servicing etc) for 3 years at around 13k miles per year.

The key is getting the initial deal. After buying the car the immediate book value the insurance company came up with is £9.5k.

Have leased and bought, and there are pros and cons for both, but persleaning more towards buying these days.
Edited by: "steveyell" 30th Dec 2017
SOUTHWALES1 h, 15 m ago

Excellent cars, I get around 70mpg out of my 1.6Tdi dsg.[Image]


I have a 1.6 DSG Black Edition (15 plate) and I'm lucky if I get 52mpg combined in summer. Not sure what I'm doing wrong...
steveyell34 m ago

Ok want a real life example, I just bought a 3 yo Skoda Octavia 4x4 estate …Ok want a real life example, I just bought a 3 yo Skoda Octavia 4x4 estate 2.0l, with 60k on it for £7.5k, plan to run it for 3 yrs and then according to Parkers a 6 yo with say £100k on it is still worth around £5k. So £2.5k (plus obviously servicing etc) for 3 years at around 13k miles per year.The key is getting the initial deal. After buying the car the immediate book value the insurance company came up with is £9.5k.Have leased and bought, and there are pros and cons for both, but persleaning more towards buying these days.


That was a cracking deal. Cheapest on Autotrader is £9.5k. Was it nicked

I can see benefits in leasing and buying used but you can't compare new vs used. The vRS is a lovely car and the cost of ownership vs PCP of this this lease is very good.
Alfsmum1 h, 34 m ago

Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would …Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would lease a car for 2 years for 6455 and when they could buy a brandnew Dacia ( not the best looking car on the road but reliable as hell ) for that priceor for just under 7k for a logan estate.... even if the resale value after two years isonly half its still a better deal... or am I missing something ?


Well you could have a night in a B&B, or for the same money you could buy a cheap tent.

Each to their own though.
ChrisBannister46 m ago

I have a 1.6 DSG Black Edition (15 plate) and I'm lucky if I get 52mpg …I have a 1.6 DSG Black Edition (15 plate) and I'm lucky if I get 52mpg combined in summer. Not sure what I'm doing wrong...


Same with me 51mpg. If you look at the picture it's average for last 25mls. Not a good example really.
I'm on my gorse lease.car goes back in October 2018. My question to those wiser than myself is, how fo you endure you're not without car? Do you make sure toget an in stock car? Thanks for any advice.
SpamJavelin52 m ago

That was a cracking deal. Cheapest on Autotrader is £9.5k. Was it nicked …That was a cracking deal. Cheapest on Autotrader is £9.5k. Was it nicked I can see benefits in leasing and buying used but you can't compare new vs used. The vRS is a lovely car and the cost of ownership vs PCP of this this lease is very good.


Lol, no not nicked , just fell nicely for me, they were bizarrely advertising it as a 1.6 4x4, which still would have been a good price, so they stiffed me a bit on my part ex, but I knew I was making more because of their mistake. It was an ex lease belonged to AA finance and was on long service intervals so knew it was probably mostly motorway mileage.

A few guys I know go straight to the auctions for theirs, always guaranteed a bargain but a bit more risk if you don't do your homework.
ChrisBannister1 h, 24 m ago

I have a 1.6 DSG Black Edition (15 plate) and I'm lucky if I get 52mpg …I have a 1.6 DSG Black Edition (15 plate) and I'm lucky if I get 52mpg combined in summer. Not sure what I'm doing wrong...


For me it is mainly about judging the road ahead, so that you can make use of engine braking rather than actual braking, but to do this you also need to make sure you are keeping a better distance from the car in front and planning your braking so you can keep it to a minimum, also another great feature of the dsg is the ability to coast in eco mode.
At the moment used cars 2 and 3 yr old are the best value due to dealers being loaded with stock all down the chain. If you can secure a low interest deal this is the way to go. Remember dealers have enjoyed a boom in PCP and Lease deals but when the the cars come back they need to shift them.
steveyell1 h, 54 m ago

Ok want a real life example, I just bought a 3 yo Skoda Octavia 4x4 estate …Ok want a real life example, I just bought a 3 yo Skoda Octavia 4x4 estate 2.0l, with 60k on it for £7.5k, plan to run it for 3 yrs and then according to Parkers a 6 yo with say £100k on it is still worth around £5k. So £2.5k (plus obviously servicing etc) for 3 years at around 13k miles per year.The key is getting the initial deal. After buying the car the immediate book value the insurance company came up with is £9.5k.Have leased and bought, and there are pros and cons for both, but persleaning more towards buying these days.


I get what you're trying to say but not so much a real world example if most can not get cars for the bargain prices that you can. I have a 2016 Octavia 1.6 sport, my wife has the cheap and cheerful £5995 Dacia, Yes the Octavia is the better drive on long runs but the little 1.0 Dacia is also a nice drive, if I could turn the clock back I would have also gone for the Dacia and saved myself quite a few thousand. When I just want to go for a quick run out to collect something I keep opting for the Dacia, the Dacia just seems more a practical drive around town. Had a few little niggles with the Skoda but the Dacia you don't as it simply has not got them items to go wrong.
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 30th Dec 2017
Bazza7146 m ago

I'm on my gorse lease.car goes back in October 2018. My question to those …I'm on my gorse lease.car goes back in October 2018. My question to those wiser than myself is, how fo you endure you're not without car? Do you make sure toget an in stock car? Thanks for any advice.


Skoda Finance allowed me to hang onto my existing lease car at the same monthly rate until my new one arrived. As long as I ordered another VAG branded car and quoted the order number. When on informal extension they also refund any unused days after the car has been handed back.

If you're changing to a completely different manufacturer this makes life more difficult and you'll need to think further ahead come the end of your lease.
Edited by: "Guzzle" 30th Dec 2017
cannot see any point in leasing cars...
Alfsmum3 h, 2 m ago

Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would …Er ... don't know much about leasing cars but wondered why someone would lease a car for 2 years for 6455 and when they could buy a brandnew Dacia ( not the best looking car on the road but reliable as hell ) for that priceor for just under 7k for a logan estate.... even if the resale value after two years isonly half its still a better deal... or am I missing something ?



And don't forget 20 years ago,Skoda was the Dacia of the car world
Guzzle54 m ago

Skoda Finance allowed me to hang onto my existing lease car at the same …Skoda Finance allowed me to hang onto my existing lease car at the same monthly rate until my new one arrived. As long as I ordered another VAG branded car and quoted the order number. When on informal extension they also refund any unused days after the car has been handed back.If you're changing to a completely different manufacturer this makes life more difficult and you'll need to think further ahead come the end of your lease.


Many thanks, Guzzle. I have a Golf and tempted to go for another, so this is good to know.
Kenmarinaris54 m ago

cannot see any point in leasing cars...


Funny that, as I don’t see any point in buying cars.........
SOUTHWALES4 h, 9 m ago

Excellent cars, I get around 70mpg out of my 1.6Tdi dsg.[Image]


Avg speed 32 mph, you not driving it properly
SOUTHWALES3 h, 38 m ago

3 year old 1.2 what?


3 years old one (full stop)
2 years later...
Have I missed that bloke from the 1980s who always comes in to threads to mock Skoda, ignorant of the fact that here in the future the brand has improved somewhat?
Edited by: "spaceinvader" 30th Dec 2017
phx9 h, 39 m ago

Has anyone seen any Mercedes deals lately? I'm looking for an A200 or a C …Has anyone seen any Mercedes deals lately? I'm looking for an A200 or a C Coupe but struggling to find anything half decent:(!


Seen the A200 sport advertised for £232pm, or the C220d AMG coupe for £263pm. All depends on mileage and length of contract I guess.
Sunny64513 m ago

Seen the A200 sport advertised for £232pm, or the C220d AMG coupe for …Seen the A200 sport advertised for £232pm, or the C220d AMG coupe for £263pm. All depends on mileage and length of contract I guess.


Hi bud where did u see these prices?
SOUTHWALES12 h, 40 m ago

Excellent cars, I get around 70mpg out of my 1.6Tdi dsg.[Image]


70MPG.........who are Skoda owned by again. Hmmmmmm
Sunny64515 h, 23 m ago

Seen the A200 sport advertised for £232pm, or the C220d AMG coupe for …Seen the A200 sport advertised for £232pm, or the C220d AMG coupe for £263pm. All depends on mileage and length of contract I guess.


Yes would be keen to know, especially if that’s net average monthly
loofer3 h, 30 m ago

Yes would be keen to know, especially if that’s net average monthly


C220d AMG Coupe here
A200 Sport here
Gone up to over £215/month now
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