Skoda Octavia Hatch 2.0 TSi 245 vRS 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] - £193.76/month + fees  = £6500.31 total @ 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing
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Skoda Octavia Hatch 2.0 TSi 245 vRS 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] - £193.76/month + fees = £6500.31 total @ 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing

£6,500.31£6,750.784%1st Choice Vehicle Leasing Deals
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Posted 19th Feb
Seems like a whole lot of car for sub £200. Was looking at a standard Octavia for my mum but at this price it's mighty tempting!! Usual 5k miles which is enough for us but I would imagine higher mileage options are available.

Comes in Black, White, Grey or Race Blue as standard. Love the race blue but my mum will hate it no doubt

9+23
£193.76 per month
£1743.84 initial deposit
£299.99 broker fee

£6,500.31 total

I've used these guys before for my car and can vouch for them
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£7,047.35 or £293.64/net/mth for 8,000 miles/yr on a 1+23 basis

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Thread buster:
- Yes you have to insure it.
- No you don’t own it at the end
- No you can’t give it back with damage
- Yes you can buy a car for £6k
- No not everyone does 5k miles per year
- Yes leasing is not for everyone
- Yes you have to get it serviced and pay for tyres
- Yes other cars are available for cheaper
- No it may not be as good as that “other deal” 8 months ago
Great car for the money. That image needs fixing though, it's a Photoshop of what the MK4 Octavia is expected to look like.
joel_6937 m ago

There's always one isn't there.This is a 9 + 23 deal. The clue is in the 9 …There's always one isn't there.This is a 9 + 23 deal. The clue is in the 9 + 23. Leasing isn't a new concept, the majority of people are now aware of how it works. You place a deposit, and pay a monthly price. I know you already know, and are just being pedantic, facetious and sarcastic, but I'll spell it out anyway.This is a 9 × £193.76 (deposit) and 23 x £193.76 (monthly payments). It is a sub £200 deal. If you want to work out the total monthly payments including fees and deposits, go for it. You can also work out the total vehicle cost per minute if it makes you happy (~0.0062p per minute if you're wondering), but that doesn't change the fact that the monthly payments are sub £200. Oh and you know what they say about sarcasm, right?


Monthly repayments mean nothing on these deals unless you factor in deposit payment - that's usually how deals are compared on here so Zuulan has a point.

Deposits vary wildly as there are so many iterations i.e. 3,6 or 9 months up front, different lease lengths as well. It's not a "sub-£200 deal" at all. It's much more relevant and useful to talk in terms of effective total cost per month, especially when factoring a large deposit you need to front.
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Great car for the money. That image needs fixing though, it's a Photoshop of what the MK4 Octavia is expected to look like.
ahenners3 m ago

Great car for the money. That image needs fixing though, it's a Photoshop …Great car for the money. That image needs fixing though, it's a Photoshop of what the MK4 Octavia is expected to look like.


Ahhh I figured I'd go online for an image as the pic they used on their page didn't look like a vRS to me. Either that or it just looks crap in grey! my bad I'll try and change it
joel_692 m ago

Ahhh I figured I'd go online for an image as the pic they used on their …Ahhh I figured I'd go online for an image as the pic they used on their page didn't look like a vRS to me. Either that or it just looks crap in grey! my bad I'll try and change it


Yeah that one on their page isn't a VRS either. Lease company sites are terrible for that, image generally looks far from what you'll receive. Usually shows a better spec/higher trim though rather than the other way around as in this example!
Edited by: "ahenners" 19th Feb
Thread buster:
- Yes you have to insure it.
- No you don’t own it at the end
- No you can’t give it back with damage
- Yes you can buy a car for £6k
- No not everyone does 5k miles per year
- Yes leasing is not for everyone
- Yes you have to get it serviced and pay for tyres
- Yes other cars are available for cheaper
- No it may not be as good as that “other deal” 8 months ago
I have an Octavia 245 from the previous deal, feel free to ask any questions.

The mileage allowance seems unusually low compared to other deals. Mine is 10k miles and was just over £6k over 2 years.
Edited by: "Mada06" 19th Feb
jblonde0026 m ago

Thread buster:- Yes you have to insure it. - No you don’t own it at the e …Thread buster:- Yes you have to insure it. - No you don’t own it at the end - No you can’t give it back with damage- Yes you can buy a car for £6k- No not everyone does 5k miles per year- Yes leasing is not for everyone - Yes you have to get it serviced and pay for tyres- Yes other cars are available for cheaper- No it may not be as good as that “other deal” 8 months ago


Just to clarify this comes with insurance right?!?!

Effective price works out at £270 a month. Nice car and good performance just a bit on the pricy side.
Would help of you had PCH and/or lease in the title.
Link takes you to current model and also says in stock? Not such a good deal if not the new facelift model. 😬
Mada0614 m ago

I have an Octavia 245 from the previous deal, feel free to ask any …I have an Octavia 245 from the previous deal, feel free to ask any questions.The mileage allowance seems unusually low compared to other deals. Mine is 10k miles and was just over £6k over 2 years.



how long ago was the previous deal ?
Dwh86114 m ago

Link takes you to current model and also says in stock? Not such a good …Link takes you to current model and also says in stock? Not such a good deal if not the new facelift model. 😬


It’s not gonna be a facelift model. It will be the next generation... the current one is the facelift which is damn ugly...
lolmann17 m ago

how long ago was the previous deal ?


Back in November 2017, it took the best part of 8 months for my car to be delivered to me as well.
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Looks ok to me Dwh8611
Mada064 m ago

Back in November 2017, it took the best part of 8 months for my car to be …Back in November 2017, it took the best part of 8 months for my car to be delivered to me as well.



well guess are are now almost 2 years on since your deal and cars have not only gone up in price but so have road fund licence , its HOT from me :-)
Yes definitely a better pic. Although still not keen on the headlights and was hoping this deal was for the next newer shape similar to the ops pic.
its a great car - i got one on the last "deal" - Practical Perfomance -
Sub £200 ???

Oh, yes if you forget the initial payment/fees of over £2,000...

Do you think 1st Choice Leasing will also let me forget about it?

Obviously not but deal heated anyway as it's a lot of car for £6,500.
Edited by: "Zuulan" 19th Feb
Zuulan44 m ago

Sub £200 ??? Oh, yes if you forget the initial payment/fees of over …Sub £200 ??? Oh, yes if you forget the initial payment/fees of over £2,000...Do you think 1st Choice Leasing will also let me forget about it?Obviously not but deal heated anyway as it's a lot of car for £6,500.


There's always one isn't there.

This is a 9 + 23 deal. The clue is in the 9 + 23. Leasing isn't a new concept, the majority of people are now aware of how it works. You place a deposit, and pay a monthly price. I know you already know, and are just being pedantic, facetious and sarcastic, but I'll spell it out anyway.

This is a 9 × £193.76 (deposit) and 23 x £193.76 (monthly payments). It is a sub £200 deal. If you want to work out the total monthly payments including fees and deposits, go for it. You can also work out the total vehicle cost per minute if it makes you happy (~0.0062p per minute if you're wondering), but that doesn't change the fact that the monthly payments are sub £200.

Oh and you know what they say about sarcasm, right?
jblonde0022 h, 53 m ago

Thread buster:- Yes you have to insure it. - No you don’t own it at the e …Thread buster:- Yes you have to insure it. - No you don’t own it at the end - No you can’t give it back with damage- Yes you can buy a car for £6k- No not everyone does 5k miles per year- Yes leasing is not for everyone - Yes you have to get it serviced and pay for tyres- Yes other cars are available for cheaper- No it may not be as good as that “other deal” 8 months ago



That sounds like a bad deal
Why has the pic of the new shape been used?
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deleted1972251
That is a rip off not a deal. 6.5 k for a manual skoda with 5k milage ? I had a order for this skoda a year ago for less with dsg and dcc and 8k but i ve cancelled it after finding out it will take 16 weeks to deliver
Edited by: "deleted1972251" 19th Feb
deleted197225119th Feb

That is a rip off not a deal. 6.5 k for a manual skoda with 5k milage ? I …That is a rip off not a deal. 6.5 k for a manual skoda with 5k milage ? I had a order for this skoda a year ago for less with dsg and dcc and 8k but i ve cancelled it after finding out it will take 16 weeks to deliver


I'll fetch my time machine
Dwh86112 h, 46 m ago

Yes definitely a better pic. Although still not keen on the headlights and …Yes definitely a better pic. Although still not keen on the headlights and was hoping this deal was for the next newer shape similar to the ops pic.


The shape in the OPs pic doesn't exist. The race blue facelift posted by the other poster above is the "newer shape" facelift VRS.
Zameen10 m ago

Why has the pic of the new shape been used?


Do keep up at the back there... That was addressed in the first two posts in this thread.
joel_6937 m ago

There's always one isn't there.This is a 9 + 23 deal. The clue is in the 9 …There's always one isn't there.This is a 9 + 23 deal. The clue is in the 9 + 23. Leasing isn't a new concept, the majority of people are now aware of how it works. You place a deposit, and pay a monthly price. I know you already know, and are just being pedantic, facetious and sarcastic, but I'll spell it out anyway.This is a 9 × £193.76 (deposit) and 23 x £193.76 (monthly payments). It is a sub £200 deal. If you want to work out the total monthly payments including fees and deposits, go for it. You can also work out the total vehicle cost per minute if it makes you happy (~0.0062p per minute if you're wondering), but that doesn't change the fact that the monthly payments are sub £200. Oh and you know what they say about sarcasm, right?


Monthly repayments mean nothing on these deals unless you factor in deposit payment - that's usually how deals are compared on here so Zuulan has a point.

Deposits vary wildly as there are so many iterations i.e. 3,6 or 9 months up front, different lease lengths as well. It's not a "sub-£200 deal" at all. It's much more relevant and useful to talk in terms of effective total cost per month, especially when factoring a large deposit you need to front.
ahenners14 m ago

Do keep up at the back there... That was addressed in the first two posts …Do keep up at the back there... That was addressed in the first two posts in this thread.


If it was addressed it would have been changed by now.
This is quite an expensive deal.
Better get in quick before the end of March if you want one. Me, I'd prefer to support the British car workers
Zameen44 m ago

If it was addressed it would have been changed by now.


The "why" was addressed, which is what you asked.
Does it have HDR10?
joel_691 h, 40 m ago

There's always one isn't there.This is a 9 + 23 deal. The clue is in the 9 …There's always one isn't there.This is a 9 + 23 deal. The clue is in the 9 + 23. Leasing isn't a new concept, the majority of people are now aware of how it works. You place a deposit, and pay a monthly price. I know you already know, and are just being pedantic, facetious and sarcastic, but I'll spell it out anyway.This is a 9 × £193.76 (deposit) and 23 x £193.76 (monthly payments). It is a sub £200 deal. If you want to work out the total monthly payments including fees and deposits, go for it. You can also work out the total vehicle cost per minute if it makes you happy (~0.0062p per minute if you're wondering), but that doesn't change the fact that the monthly payments are sub £200. Oh and you know what they say about sarcasm, right?



So if it was £10k up front but only £1 per month then that would be an amazing deal right? Only £1 per month!!
crumpetman14 m ago

So if it was £10k up front but only £1 per month then that would be an a …So if it was £10k up front but only £1 per month then that would be an amazing deal right? Only £1 per month!!


If it was £10k up front it wouldn't be a 9 + 23 would it?

You know what it means. I know what it means. Everyone else knows what it means. This is just usual pedantic HUKD nonsense, not sure why I'm biting to be honest 🤷

For the record, I agree the deposit plays an important role in factoring value, which is why I included a TOTAL. But working out a hypothetical "equivalent" monthly price is a waste of time, you're never paying that figure so who cares? Unless you're just trying to be facetious on HUKD
joel_692 h, 1 m ago

There's always one isn't there.This is a 9 + 23 deal. The clue is in the 9 …There's always one isn't there.This is a 9 + 23 deal. The clue is in the 9 + 23. Leasing isn't a new concept, the majority of people are now aware of how it works. You place a deposit, and pay a monthly price. I know you already know, and are just being pedantic, facetious and sarcastic, but I'll spell it out anyway.This is a 9 × £193.76 (deposit) and 23 x £193.76 (monthly payments). It is a sub £200 deal. If you want to work out the total monthly payments including fees and deposits, go for it. You can also work out the total vehicle cost per minute if it makes you happy (~0.0062p per minute if you're wondering), but that doesn't change the fact that the monthly payments are sub £200. Oh and you know what they say about sarcasm, right?


I could get a new Ferrari for less than £200 a month as long as I pay enough downpayment. So the initial payment is not an unimportant fact. Some lease deals are equal to just 1 monthly payment. 9+23 is one option but so is 1+23.
deleted197225119th Feb

That is a rip off not a deal. 6.5 k for a manual skoda with 5k milage ? I …That is a rip off not a deal. 6.5 k for a manual skoda with 5k milage ? I had a order for this skoda a year ago for less with dsg and dcc and 8k but i ve cancelled it after finding out it will take 16 weeks to deliver


But that was a year ago, right?
joel_6914 m ago

If it was £10k up front it wouldn't be a 9 + 23 would it? You know what it …If it was £10k up front it wouldn't be a 9 + 23 would it? You know what it means. I know what it means. Everyone else knows what it means. This is just usual pedantic HUKD nonsense, not sure why I'm biting to be honest 🤷For the record, I agree the deposit plays an important role in factoring value, which is why I included a TOTAL. But working out a hypothetical "equivalent" monthly price is a waste of time, you're never paying that figure so who cares? Unless you're just trying to be facetious on HUKD



The equivalent monthly price is absolutely not a waste of time, that's the point, you need to know how much the total cost will be and over what period of time. That is how you make a comparison between different lease deals. There might be another deal for the same vehicle but with a lower upfront cost and higher monthly payments but over the 24 months the total cost is less. Because it has higher monthly payments and is no longer a "sub £200 deal" you may think it is worse even though the total including initial payment and fees is lower.
crumpetman3 m ago

The equivalent monthly price is absolutely not a waste of time, that's the …The equivalent monthly price is absolutely not a waste of time, that's the point, you need to know how much the total cost will be and over what period of time. That is how you make a comparison between different lease deals. There might be another deal for the same vehicle but with a lower upfront cost and higher monthly payments but over the 24 months the total cost is less. Because it has higher monthly payments and is no longer a "sub £200 deal" you may think it is worse even though the total including initial payment and fees is lower.


That's why I wrote the total - £6500.31 🤷 That's the important figure.
joel_692 h, 33 m ago

There's always one isn't there.This is a 9 + 23 deal. The clue is in the 9 …There's always one isn't there.This is a 9 + 23 deal. The clue is in the 9 + 23. Leasing isn't a new concept, the majority of people are now aware of how it works. You place a deposit, and pay a monthly price. I know you already know, and are just being pedantic, facetious and sarcastic, but I'll spell it out anyway.This is a 9 × £193.76 (deposit) and 23 x £193.76 (monthly payments). It is a sub £200 deal. If you want to work out the total monthly payments including fees and deposits, go for it. You can also work out the total vehicle cost per minute if it makes you happy (~0.0062p per minute if you're wondering), but that doesn't change the fact that the monthly payments are sub £200. Oh and you know what they say about sarcasm, right?


You can't call it a sub £200 deal without factoring the deposit in, you're doing man maths there. You wouldn't call it £1 a month deal (with a £6,477 deposit) would you? Well you could, but it wouldn't mean anything would it?
Have to agree, calling this "a sub £200 deal" is just silly. Including the total is appreciated though.
mrpaws19th Feb

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Not sure what you are trying to say here. The cars are made to order, and UK cars are UK spec not European. The massive backlog of Skoda’s awaiting production isn’t going to be changed by Brexit
Ahh, you are a troll. *See his other comments* - all of them are on cars or EU holidays spouting the same rubbish. There are no (unallocated) stock pilled VW, Audi or Skoda cars destined for UK. Just because you say it, doesn’t make it so!
Edited by: "gary333" 19th Feb
£2k just in fees!!! My current car cost that!
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