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Skoda Octavia Hatchback 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr 23x Monthly Rental: £59.99 pm £2400 + deposit £3840 + £180 Admin Fee @ CVL
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Skoda Octavia Hatchback 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr 23x Monthly Rental: £59.99 pm £2400 + deposit £3840 + £180 Admin Fee @ CVL

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Posted 19th Oct 2018
Just received this email. Not bad for a 2 yr lease considering depreciation. Not my type of car but may help others

Skoda Octavia 115ps SE TECH Hatch
2 Years

8,000 Miles per Annum

Initial Rental: £2000 + Vat
23x Monthly Rental: £49.99 + VAT

10k per annum Initial rental £+vat 23 rentals £55.80+vat
12k per annum Initial rental £+vat 23 rentals £64.99+vat

OR

NO INITIAL 8k (1+23): £139.99 + VAT



1+23 10k £145.99
1+23 12k £151.99

12-14 Weeks Delivery
Can Do March New 19 Plate Delivery
Specification:
60 Combined MPG
Sat Nav, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Adaptive Cruise Control, Front and Rear parking sensors, Smartlink, Apple Car Play, Mirrorlink, DAB, 8 Speaker Stereo, Dual Zone Climate, Humidity Sensor and control, Front Centre Arm rest, Alloy Wheels, Hill Hold Control, Tyre Pressure monitor


Email: owen@centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk for for info.
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Doormatt200019/10/2018 21:57

Its a good deal but that engine is way too small for a car that size.


0-62 in 9.6 seconds is fast enough for most. The old 1.6 petrol from 2010 did it in 11.9. 1.4tsi from 2012 did it in 9.4. It's faster than the 1.2tsi from just two years ago also. Just like how the Fiesta/Focus 1.0 ecoboost matched the old 1.6 litre engines.

If you go back two generations to the 98-05 Ocatavia the 2.0 115bhp model had a 0-60 of 10.7 seconds.
deleted205304719/10/2018 20:28

That's cheap as chips. I hate VAG and even I voted Hot



hate is a bit much but as you get older it certainly becomes less important in your life. things like a nice quality drink and Ferrero Rocher to savour while huddled up watching re-runs of Poirot become all the rage.

hope its not just me! :/
The lease is less than the depreciation, hence in my opinion a good deal
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That's cheap as chips. I hate VAG and even I voted Hot
No admin fee?
All orders are subject to an administration fee of £150.00 + vat payable when the order is placed to secure your vehicle. All fees are detailed at quoting and order stage for transparency.
AndyRoyd7 m ago

No admin fee?


I did think that but it wasn’t on the email so assumed not.
Simply lovleigh
Bargain heat from me. Just waiting for lada deals to trump it.
Dr_lovegod19/10/2018 21:51

Bargain heat from me. Just waiting for lada deals to trump it.



Trabant would be even better!
deleted205304719/10/2018 20:28

That's cheap as chips. I hate VAG and even I voted Hot



hate is a bit much but as you get older it certainly becomes less important in your life. things like a nice quality drink and Ferrero Rocher to savour while huddled up watching re-runs of Poirot become all the rage.

hope its not just me! :/
Its a good deal but that engine is way too small for a car that size.
Good price. With the Fabia the spec to go for is the one above this, the SE-L because the SE is missing so much stuff, auto lights, auto wippers, front fog lights, led drl, but the Ocatavia SE has a lot more spec than the Fabia SE, so this one looks like all you really need. Have driven the Fabia with the 1.0 110ps and its a really nice engine, can cruise on the motorway at incredibly low revs in 6th gear.
Doormatt200019/10/2018 21:57

Its a good deal but that engine is way too small for a car that size.


0-62 in 9.6 seconds is fast enough for most. The old 1.6 petrol from 2010 did it in 11.9. 1.4tsi from 2012 did it in 9.4. It's faster than the 1.2tsi from just two years ago also. Just like how the Fiesta/Focus 1.0 ecoboost matched the old 1.6 litre engines.

If you go back two generations to the 98-05 Ocatavia the 2.0 115bhp model had a 0-60 of 10.7 seconds.
MIDURIX19/10/2018 22:14

0-62 in 9.6 seconds is fast enough for most. The old 1.6 petrol from 2010 …0-62 in 9.6 seconds is fast enough for most. The old 1.6 petrol from 2010 did it in 11.9. 1.4tsi from 2012 did it in 9.4. It's faster than the 1.2tsi from just two years ago also. Just like how the Fiesta/Focus 1.0 ecoboost matched the old 1.6 litre engines. If you go back two generations to the 98-05 Ocatavia the 2.0 115bhp model had a 0-60 of 10.7 seconds.


I think 0-60 is not particularly useful - in gear acceleration times are more relevant e.g 30-50, 50-70.

Not sure on the stats for this car but imagine it’s reasonably torquey so decent enough!
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MIDURIX19/10/2018 22:14

0-62 in 9.6 seconds is fast enough for most. The old 1.6 petrol from 2010 …0-62 in 9.6 seconds is fast enough for most. The old 1.6 petrol from 2010 did it in 11.9. 1.4tsi from 2012 did it in 9.4. It's faster than the 1.2tsi from just two years ago also. Just like how the Fiesta/Focus 1.0 ecoboost matched the old 1.6 litre engines. If you go back two generations to the 98-05 Ocatavia the 2.0 115bhp model had a 0-60 of 10.7 seconds.


Very narrow torque band though 2,000-3,500rpm. You need to work the gears.
waby12346 m ago

I think 0-60 is not particularly useful - in gear acceleration times are …I think 0-60 is not particularly useful - in gear acceleration times are more relevant e.g 30-50, 50-70.Not sure on the stats for this car but imagine it’s reasonably torquey so decent enough!


It does give you a general indication though. I do know that the 1.0 ecoboost matched the 1.6 torque curve almost perfectly, or it did on the reviews I was reading.
deleted205304719th Oct

Very narrow torque band though 2,000-3,500rpm. You need to work the gears.


2,000-3,500 is relatively narrow compared to the old 1.2tsi, but that's plenty of time to change gears. If you can't manage that then drive an automatic. I have a car with a naturally aspirated V8 and it likes to be in third for most of the driving I do, or fifth on a main road, and then my work car with a small engine with a big turbo where I get up to 60 using the first few gears then into sixth, and just drop down a couple of gears before a sharp bend so I have power getting out of it. The difference between driving styles hardly makes me feel like my arm is going to drop off due to shifting in the work car. I enjoy driving and changing gears makes me feel more engaged with what I'm doing, because I'm paying attention to what's happening on the road and preempt what gear I'm going to need to be in.
The lease is less than the depreciation, hence in my opinion a good deal
I've ordered this from Leasehub. Exactly the same car, 8000 miles/annum.

£2100 initial and £60/month (inc VAT). Admin fee is a bit higher @ £295 but overall it's cheaper.
Its a mans car
I’m very tempted to order one. How does the tax work? Do I have to pay for that or the lease company pays it?
mr.zoli7 m ago

I’m very tempted to order one. How does the tax work? Do I have to pay for …I’m very tempted to order one. How does the tax work? Do I have to pay for that or the lease company pays it?


the lease comany pays the road tax
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Uranus58 m ago

The lease is less than the depreciation, hence in my opinion a good deal


More than likely it is, which suggests its a loss leader. More than likely they aren't selling and is a way to smooth out sales figures.
deleted205304719/10/2018 20:28

That's cheap as chips. I hate VAG and even I voted Hot


I quite like VAG myself
May help others.
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gslgregory5 m ago

I quite like VAG myself


Hmmm depends in what context hate the metal ones lol
You
deleted205304719/10/2018 20:28

That's cheap as chips. I hate VAG and even I voted Hot


Your poor, poor wife.
how much is it to actually buy the car at the end of the rental?
For these who like the green chicken on the steering wheel...
Is this automatic? Most of the cheap deals are on manuals.
andersonchenghy3 h, 5 m ago

how much is it to actually buy the car at the end of the rental?


You’ll probably get an offer 3 months before the lease ends - I did
pfpf8 h, 15 m ago

hate is a bit much but as you get older it certainly becomes less …hate is a bit much but as you get older it certainly becomes less important in your life. things like a nice quality drink and Ferrero Rocher to savour while huddled up watching re-runs of Poirot become all the rage.hope its not just me!


Ferrero Rocher? Surely it should be chocolate orange if you are a true Hukd'er..
There have been several lease deals posted recently for this model. It’s a really good spec, not an entry level at all. However every discussion decends into criticism of the engine size despite none of those posters actually having driven one. If it was the 1.6tdi I reckon nobody would say anything yet this has comparable stats. The reviewer for the independent seemed to like it- Review
Good deal and I almost went for it but delivery time was end of march/ April next year.
cibarious19/10/2018 21:52

Trabant would be even better!


Haha, some people might not know what Trabant is
Road duty? Saloon option?
It's a good deal, surprising what performance they can squeeze out of some of these modern engines.
kevinyork20/10/2018 06:24

There have been several lease deals posted recently for this model. It’s a …There have been several lease deals posted recently for this model. It’s a really good spec, not an entry level at all. However every discussion decends into criticism of the engine size despite none of those posters actually having driven one. If it was the 1.6tdi I reckon nobody would say anything yet this has comparable stats. The reviewer for the independent seemed to like it- Review


I agree completely. If it was to own the car for 6 years though I'm not sure I would want this engine over the 1.2tsi because the three cylinder is being worked that much harder, but considering this is a short lease, who cares?
That is ridiculously cheap, my only negative is getting a another good deal when the lease ends. This is the thing that caught me out last year and I ended up buying a car instead. Now there seems to be a load of deals all at once.

Voted hot
I wish I didn’t buy my car outright now....
I lease one of these and drive 70 miles a day in it. The seating trim is comfortable and the engine deals with everything fine. As said earlier you need to shift a bit to get up the 6th as the RPM band is narrow, 2000rpm it starts getting a bit whiney. The gadgets on it are great. Apple Play is awesome - on board computer shows all you need, dual zone climate control is nice (wife likes to sit in a sauna) and it has sensor based cruise control that will slow down judged on distance set, a bit gimmicky but cool/scary to observe in action. Boot is cavernous. Skoda cars are really well put together, don’t be put off by the badge or the engine size.
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