Skoda Octavia Hatch 1.0 TSi 115 SE Technology 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] - Lease term - £4189.67 @ 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing
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Skoda Octavia Hatch 1.0 TSi 115 SE Technology 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] - Lease term - £4189.67 @ 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing

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Posted 6th Oct 2018
Ok, I know I'm starting to sound like a bit of a fan boy for these guys, I might have to ask for some commission But this seems like an awful lot of car for a very small amount of money. I owned an Octavia way back in 2005 and even then it was a great car, the reviews suggest it's only gotten better.

Skoda Octavia Hatch 1.0 TSi 115 SE Technology 5Dr Manual [Start Stop]

24 month contract (9+23)
8k PA mileage allowance
£119.99/month
£1079.91 deposit
£349.99 processing fee

Total cost of ownership - £4189.67
Vehicle RRP - £19,095

I would imagine the depreciation buying this new would be FAR greater than £4189! In fact I think it would probably cost you more to purchase a 3 year old one of these. But I'm not gonna start the whole "leasing Vs buying" debate again

For me, this seems like a cracking deal. I'm sure you guys will tell me otherwise if it's not

Technology model too so decent spec!
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Isn't a 1.0 litre petrol engine a bit underpowered for this size of car... Sorry I'm just thinking out loud.
Ralph88810 m ago

Good luck to you, things in the Motor industry are looking pretty bleak …Good luck to you, things in the Motor industry are looking pretty bleak and if you can get away with posting all these deals from this company so what.


Not really trying to "get away" with anything, just figured if it can help someone out, I might as well share I'm not really bothered either way about hot or cold votes, if I see something I think's a bargain I share it!
Works out at £174.57 per month.

The Yes Lease deal at £159.59 (1 + 23) works out at 2p per month more expensive without the large initial outlay.
badeye14 m ago

You guys I've no doubt are aware about where your hard-earned money goes …You guys I've no doubt are aware about where your hard-earned money goes to when you buy a VW-owned car brand. Right?


Who, Hitler? Think you’ll find he’s dead now.
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Good luck to you, things in the Motor industry are looking pretty bleak and if you can get away with posting all these deals from this company so what.
Works out at £174.57 per month.

The Yes Lease deal at £159.59 (1 + 23) works out at 2p per month more expensive without the large initial outlay.
Isn't a 1.0 litre petrol engine a bit underpowered for this size of car... Sorry I'm just thinking out loud.
Hiyayou4 m ago

Isn't a 1.0 litre petrol engine a bit underpowered for this size of car... …Isn't a 1.0 litre petrol engine a bit underpowered for this size of car... Sorry I'm just thinking out loud.


I have a Seat Ateca with this engine, it is 50kg heavier than the Octavia and have not had any problems with it being underpowered.
Hiyayou5 m ago

Isn't a 1.0 litre petrol engine a bit underpowered for this size of car... …Isn't a 1.0 litre petrol engine a bit underpowered for this size of car... Sorry I'm just thinking out loud.


Same power as the old 2.0 n/a they use to use in VW group cars, but more torque.......
Having said that I would personally like a bit more power, but could probably live with this.
Hiyayou6 m ago

Isn't a 1.0 litre petrol engine a bit underpowered for this size of car... …Isn't a 1.0 litre petrol engine a bit underpowered for this size of car... Sorry I'm just thinking out loud.


My dad just got a CLA 1.6 and we were worried about lack of power from that too but it's got more than enough. Amazing the power they can get from these small engines these days!
Ralph88810 m ago

Good luck to you, things in the Motor industry are looking pretty bleak …Good luck to you, things in the Motor industry are looking pretty bleak and if you can get away with posting all these deals from this company so what.


Not really trying to "get away" with anything, just figured if it can help someone out, I might as well share I'm not really bothered either way about hot or cold votes, if I see something I think's a bargain I share it!
joel_6913 m ago

Not really trying to "get away" with anything, just figured if it can help …Not really trying to "get away" with anything, just figured if it can help someone out, I might as well share I'm not really bothered either way about hot or cold votes, if I see something I think's a bargain I share it!


Two things, multiple posts from one member for the same company sometimes get you blocked and secondly if this Lease company send you money as a reward good luck, we all need extra cash before the next big holiday!
Ralph8887 m ago

Two things, multiple posts from one member for the same company sometimes …Two things, multiple posts from one member for the same company sometimes get you blocked and secondly if this Lease company send you money as a reward good luck, we all need extra cash before the next big holiday!


Haha I wish! I was only joking about the commission, chance'd be a fine thing lol

I hadn't even heard of them until I found the iPace deal a couple of weeks back, but they seem to be smashing the leasing game. If they're the cheapest, they're the cheapest! Simples
Hiyayou34 m ago

Isn't a 1.0 litre petrol engine a bit underpowered for this size of car... …Isn't a 1.0 litre petrol engine a bit underpowered for this size of car... Sorry I'm just thinking out loud.



I have the same engine in the Seat Toledo and definitely not under powered and over 14,000 miles I have got 57mpg.
Hiyayou1 h, 6 m ago

Isn't a 1.0 litre petrol engine a bit underpowered for this size of car... …Isn't a 1.0 litre petrol engine a bit underpowered for this size of car... Sorry I'm just thinking out loud.



It will depend on your needs, if your motorwaying every day and needing to get places quickly or loading up with passengers / boot regular then fuel economy is going to take a hit and if your working the engine then you dont want to be holding onto a vehicle like this once out of warranty, however if your mainly around town or happy to sit at 60-70mph on the motorway then you will have no problems and good fuel economy. Horses for courses
lhurren1 h, 56 m ago

Isn’t this the same car but cheaper? h …Isn’t this the same car but cheaper? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/skoda-octavia10-tsi-se-technology-5dr-personal-lease-395329-8000mpa-24-months-national-vehicle-solutions-3070587


Yes it is. They must be expecting a glut of these in the new year as almost every lease company has a similar deal on them at the moment. Most give you the option of reducing the initial payment and have a higher monthly cost as that suits some better.
lhurren2 h, 22 m ago

Isn’t this the same car but cheaper? h …Isn’t this the same car but cheaper? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/skoda-octavia10-tsi-se-technology-5dr-personal-lease-395329-8000mpa-24-months-national-vehicle-solutions-3070587


Certainly looks to be!
Lease Vs buying - normally I lean 100% on buying but I have to say - this lease deal is very cheap and with depreciation - this is a better deal than my owned 2 year old ford focus (which in 2 years will probably be worth a lot less than 4k difference). Who knows, next time I come to buy I might do this kind of deal and get an amazing new car! Oh well, possible hindsight
These little turbo petrol engines are fantastic but I suspect a few poor sods are going to pay the price in the used market, when they crap themselves out of warranty! I wouldn't be buying one used if I wasn't leasing new, that's for sure.
Hiyayou4 h, 2 m ago

Isn't a 1.0 litre petrol engine a bit underpowered for this size of car... …Isn't a 1.0 litre petrol engine a bit underpowered for this size of car... Sorry I'm just thinking out loud.


I think I've got a very similar one in the Seat Ibiza FR, it doesn't half go. You can leave people for smoke if you work the gears right.
Blofse12 m ago

Lease Vs buying - normally I lean 100% on buying but I have to say - this …Lease Vs buying - normally I lean 100% on buying but I have to say - this lease deal is very cheap and with depreciation - this is a better deal than my owned 2 year old ford focus (which in 2 years will probably be worth a lot less than 4k difference). Who knows, next time I come to buy I might do this kind of deal and get an amazing new car! Oh well, possible hindsight


Seeing how the Karoq has effected Yeti values, well I'm just glad I'm leasing it! If I'd bought it I'd be out of pocket a lot more had I decided to sell it. Even without that factored in my lease was less than depreciation.

My youngest will be almost 3 when it goes back so I will be opting for something a bit more pleasing on the eye. I love the Yeti but I'm about 30 years younger than most folk I see driving them. Wanted a good value, practical family car and it served me well. I'll be looking for an Octavia Estate I think.
anlygi5 h, 25 m ago

Seeing how the Karoq has effected Yeti values, well I'm just glad I'm …Seeing how the Karoq has effected Yeti values, well I'm just glad I'm leasing it! If I'd bought it I'd be out of pocket a lot more had I decided to sell it. Even without that factored in my lease was less than depreciation. My youngest will be almost 3 when it goes back so I will be opting for something a bit more pleasing on the eye. I love the Yeti but I'm about 30 years younger than most folk I see driving them. Wanted a good value, practical family car and it served me well. I'll be looking for an Octavia Estate I think.


I'm not sure the Karoq will affect Yeti prices much because it's a very different car. The Karoq is just a modified Seat Ateca, so if Yeti prices were to be hit they would've been hit when that was released. The Yeti is quite unique so now that it's no longer available it'll force people who want one to go to the second hand market. So the Karoq may well help keep Yeti second hand prices up.
Edited by: "Gozer" 6th Oct 2018
apjashley11 h, 21 m ago

I think I've got a very similar one in the Seat Ibiza FR, it doesn't half …I think I've got a very similar one in the Seat Ibiza FR, it doesn't half go. You can leave people for smoke if you work the gears right.


Leave who for smoke? That's not a fast car by any stretch 9 seconds to 60.
Cyclists perhaps
Edited by: "masai" 6th Oct 2018
Does insuring leased cars differ much from insuring an owned car?
anlygi2 h, 53 m ago

These little turbo petrol engines are fantastic but I suspect a few poor …These little turbo petrol engines are fantastic but I suspect a few poor sods are going to pay the price in the used market, when they crap themselves out of warranty! I wouldn't be buying one used if I wasn't leasing new, that's for sure.


Exactly. Perfect to get it from new, but when you buy a used one and the turbo won’t exist any more then it won’t be funny any more.
For the green chicken badge lovers only...
Just a quick thank you to the OP. After years of umming and ahhhing about lease deals I've finally bitten the bullet. This works out about £1500 cheaper than the Alfa 159 that I've had for the last two years and that was 4 years old when I bought it . Appreciate this isn't going to set the world on fire but its a second car for us that will do less than 5k miles a year and looks ideal.

Fingers crossed they actually have some left
You guys I've no doubt are aware about where your hard-earned money goes to when you buy a VW-owned car brand. Right?
Perryibanez3 h, 2 m ago

Does insuring leased cars differ much from insuring an owned car?


No difference as far as I know.
badeye14 m ago

You guys I've no doubt are aware about where your hard-earned money goes …You guys I've no doubt are aware about where your hard-earned money goes to when you buy a VW-owned car brand. Right?


Who, Hitler? Think you’ll find he’s dead now.
DonDraper5 h, 17 m ago

Who, Hitler? Think you’ll find he’s dead now.


Adolf Hitler, the German Chancellor who set out to invade the whole of Europe including Britain in WorldWar2 just over 7 decades ago, was the founder of Volkswagen.
Ferdinand Porsche, the founder of Porsche car company, was an SS (SchutzStaffer; Hitler's paramilitary organisation) and Nazi Party member as well as a close working associate of Hitler. From Wikipedia: "An important contributor to the German war effort, Porsche was involved in the production of advanced tanks...and other weapon systems."
The Porsche family now owns the majority of the Volkswagen Group.

en.wikipedia.org/wik…oup
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Edited by: "badeye" 7th Oct 2018
badeye1 h, 7 m ago

Adolf Hitler, the German Chancellor who set out to invade the whole of …Adolf Hitler, the German Chancellor who set out to invade the whole of Europe including Britain in WorldWar2 just over 7 decades ago, was the founder of Volkswagen. Ferdinand Porsche, the founder of Porsche car company, was an SS (SchutzStaffer; Hitler's paramilitary organisation) and Nazi Party member as well as a close working associate of Hitler. From Wikipedia: "An important contributor to the German war effort, Porsche was involved in the production of advanced tanks...and other weapon systems."The Porsche family now owns the majority of the Volkswagen Group.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volkswagen_Grouphttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinand_Porsche


So what’s your problem? None of this has the slightest relevance to deciding whether or not to lease a new Skoda.
Mildlytight9 h, 9 m ago

Just a quick thank you to the OP. After years of umming and ahhhing about …Just a quick thank you to the OP. After years of umming and ahhhing about lease deals I've finally bitten the bullet. This works out about £1500 cheaper than the Alfa 159 that I've had for the last two years and that was 4 years old when I bought it . Appreciate this isn't going to set the world on fire but its a second car for us that will do less than 5k miles a year and looks ideal.Fingers crossed they actually have some left


You're more than welcome speak to Laurence, he helped me with my deal a couple of weeks ago and was great!
£174 a month "effectively" and it goes back after 2 years. Decent deal!
Perryibanez18 h, 16 m ago

Does insuring leased cars differ much from insuring an owned car?


Ive leased a while now and last 2 leases from different companies wanted a note on the insurers file that the car is owned by the leasing company. Easy to do!
Edited by: "alexyorks" 7th Oct 2018
DonDraper12 h, 38 m ago

So what’s your problem? None of this has the slightest relevance to d …So what’s your problem? None of this has the slightest relevance to deciding whether or not to lease a new Skoda.


Skoda has been owned by Volkswagen since 1991. The majority of the proceeds from the sale or lease of Skoda vehicles go to the coffers of a Nazi family. Same with audi, seat, porsche, bentley, etc.
It all comes down to how ethical you want to be with your purchases.

(Not sure why the quote has been scored off.)
Edited by: "badeye" 7th Oct 2018
badeye14 m ago

Skoda has been owned by Volkswagen since 1991. The majority of the …Skoda has been owned by Volkswagen since 1991. The majority of the proceeds from the sale or lease of Skoda vehicles go to the coffers of a Nazi family. Same with audi, seat, porsche, bentley, etc.It all comes down to how ethical you want to be with your purchases.(Not sure why the quote has been scored off.)



It's 2018... Just thought you needed reminding!
fossman6th Oct

Works out at £174.57 per month.The Yes Lease deal at £159.59 (1 + 23) w …Works out at £174.57 per month.The Yes Lease deal at £159.59 (1 + 23) works out at 2p per month more expensive without the large initial outlay.



Yes lease works out more expensive in total cost
Mildlytight6th Oct

Just a quick thank you to the OP. After years of umming and ahhhing about …Just a quick thank you to the OP. After years of umming and ahhhing about lease deals I've finally bitten the bullet. This works out about £1500 cheaper than the Alfa 159 that I've had for the last two years and that was 4 years old when I bought it . Appreciate this isn't going to set the world on fire but its a second car for us that will do less than 5k miles a year and looks ideal.Fingers crossed they actually have some left



did you get a car ?
lolmann18th Oct

did you get a car ?


Yes but ended up going through a different broker (slightly cheaper).
Mildlytight12 m ago

Yes but ended up going through a different broker (slightly cheaper).



who did you use , i tried a couple but they kept giving different delivery dates where as these people where honest and said 16 weeks , i rang skoda customer services just to check as i dont want to wait ages and they were telling the truth unlike th other two companies who just told me anything to get the order
lolmann118 m ago

who did you use , i tried a couple but they kept giving different delivery …who did you use , i tried a couple but they kept giving different delivery dates where as these people where honest and said 16 weeks , i rang skoda customer services just to check as i dont want to wait ages and they were telling the truth unlike th other two companies who just told me anything to get the order


National Vehicle Solutions. Quoted me 18 weeks and I'll get a confirmed date once my order has been put in to Skoda.

I'm with you on dealing with people you feel you can trust.
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