Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 TSI 245 vRS 5dr - 2 yr lease with 10,000 mileage allowance £5709.96 @ Fleet prices
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Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 TSI 245 vRS 5dr - 2 yr lease with 10,000 mileage allowance £5709.96 @ Fleet prices

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Found 3rd Nov 2017
Cheaper than the deal posted a few days ago, and also includes a 10,000 mileage allowance vs 8,000 miles in that deal.

Hope it helps someone

Breakdown:

£2400 Initial Rental
23 Monthly payments of 130.92
Processing Fee of £298.80

Total Cost - £5709.96

Price of Car if buying new - £27595.00
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    I have signed for the national vehicle solutions deal at a slightly cheaper price overall but this is still an amazing deal and having test drove one over the weekend from my local dealer can't wait to get mine!!
    I ordered one through National Vehicle Solutions but the wait time was over 22 weeks as confirmed by Skoda so I ended up going direct through Skoda and am picking mine up next week. admittedly I am paying more than the current deals but I wanted the car sooner
    I assume the waiting time is the same as NVS?
    22 weeks for a 245 at the moment.
    Image shows a pre-facelift VRS in Race Blue. You'll receive a facelift with the more visually challenging front end, and Race Blue isn't available on the 245
    ahenners4 h, 0 m ago

    Image shows a pre-facelift VRS in Race Blue. You'll receive a facelift …Image shows a pre-facelift VRS in Race Blue. You'll receive a facelift with the more visually challenging front end, and Race Blue isn't available on the 245

    Yep. Red is standard or you can have white, black or that mid grey for around £12/month more. I originally ordered a 230 in crazy green from simpsons Skoda in Preston then saw the NVS deal on the 245 that worked out over two grand cheaper! Moaned at Simpsons and they kindly allowed me to start a new order with them and price matched NVS at £2600/£124. Only downside is I've now reset the clock on the build so have to wait another 18 weeks when my 230 was already on its way up to Preston.
    ddaann_9918 m ago

    Yep. Red is standard or you can have white, black or that mid grey for …Yep. Red is standard or you can have white, black or that mid grey for around £12/month more. I originally ordered a 230 in crazy green from simpsons Skoda in Preston then saw the NVS deal on the 245 that worked out over two grand cheaper! Moaned at Simpsons and they kindly allowed me to start a new order with them and price matched NVS at £2600/£124. Only downside is I've now reset the clock on the build so have to wait another 18 weeks when my 230 was already on its way up to Preston.




    Simpsons are my local. 245 will be nicer than the 230 and cheaper makes it win win, shame about the colours though, Rallye Green is lovely.
    So if I've understood this, it will cost about £2855 per year to lease this and then you can hand it back after two years?

    Roughly how much annual depreciation would there be on a brand new one of these if bought rather than leased?
    I'm thinking nearer £4k per annum in depreciation.

    Just comparing, as this lease sounds very cheap.
    Edited by: "Bestard" 4th Nov 2017
    Destard1 h, 11 m ago

    So if I've understood this, it will cost about £2855 per year to lease …So if I've understood this, it will cost about £2855 per year to lease this and then you can hand it back after two years?Roughly how much annual depreciation would there be on a brand new one of these if bought rather than leased?I'm thinking nearer £4k per annum in depreciation.Just comparing, as this lease sounds very cheap.


    Yeah sounds about right... owning the car also means you have a lot more money tied up in it which many people either don’t have lying around or would rather inject into something you can’t smash (no matter how much fun that would be)

    It’s a lot of car for the money and a very fair price imo
    good deal
    Its c £22.5k from DTD new.
    I might have considered if i hadn't already ordered a Leon FR
    Can you get this as an estate with the same or similar lease?
    ANyone know why it's a big jump in monthly payment for a 3 year deal?
    Sorry I'm new to leasing.
    Destard4 h, 8 m ago

    ANyone know why it's a big jump in monthly payment for a 3 year deal?Sorry …ANyone know why it's a big jump in monthly payment for a 3 year deal?Sorry I'm new to leasing.



    The question is the other way as in 2 years is a drop compared to the 3 years that closer to the normal rates (without the discount the monthly rate would be higher at 2 years as the depreciation being paid by lease slows as the car ages).

    The 2 years in this example will be for the manufacturer giving a discount to enable them to release the equity from the asset in an over supply situation, not impact their new sales and minimise their risk in what they underwrite. Other examples where there are bargains in leasing is when a new marque/model is being pushed and are loss leading (N/A in this instance).
    Bertz995 h, 1 m ago

    The question is the other way as in 2 years is a drop compared to the 3 …The question is the other way as in 2 years is a drop compared to the 3 years that closer to the normal rates (without the discount the monthly rate would be higher at 2 years as the depreciation being paid by lease slows as the car ages).The 2 years in this example will be for the manufacturer giving a discount to enable them to release the equity from the asset in an over supply situation, not impact their new sales and minimise their risk in what they underwrite. Other examples where there are bargains in leasing is when a new marque/model is being pushed and are loss leading (N/A in this instance).


    Surely, over twenty weeks delivery time would suggest these are not an over supply issue?
    Destard11 h, 21 m ago

    Surely, over twenty weeks delivery time would suggest these are not an …Surely, over twenty weeks delivery time would suggest these are not an over supply issue?



    20 weeks is nothing in the planning and lifecycle from car manufacturers. At this moment they have published exactly what they predict to be producing from their present investments in 8 years time and are presently investing beyond that too based on optimistic estimates.
    Edited by: "Bertz99" 5th Nov 2017
    Can this be ordered with DSG?
    This might be a daft question but I'm new to leasing. What do people do when they get towards the end of their lease and need to organise their next car? Given the delay on alot of these vehicles can be in the tens of weeks and delivery dates/schedules aren't an exact science. I'm a bit concerned I'm going to end up either without a car when it runs out, or end up having two lease cars for a period of weeks potentially..
    Looks like I’m getting mine next month now. 20 weeks went quick
    volksdub6 m ago

    Looks like I’m getting mine next month now. 20 weeks went quick

    Is that ahead of schedule then?
    Yes, was told 18-20 weeks. But now should have it in 6 - 7 weeks.
    Guys can anyone advise me on a good deal for leasing a 7 seater car? I'm clueless with these things!
    ddaann_996th Nov

    This might be a daft question but I'm new to leasing. What do people do …This might be a daft question but I'm new to leasing. What do people do when they get towards the end of their lease and need to organise their next car? Given the delay on alot of these vehicles can be in the tens of weeks and delivery dates/schedules aren't an exact science. I'm a bit concerned I'm going to end up either without a car when it runs out, or end up having two lease cars for a period of weeks potentially..

    It's a valid concern. I am 14 months into my first lease (24 months). My car was in stock so turn around was 2 weeks. There are loads of those around for great deals. If you want a factory order, probably start looking 6-8 months before the end. Also done companies will allow you to extend. I'm with Audi finance and expect they will allow it.
    volksdub6th Nov

    Looks like I’m getting mine next month now. 20 weeks went quick




    I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months to arrive but I don't think that was their fault.

    A word of warning about them though. They will deliver the vehicle by driving it to you from whatever dealer they use. The mileage used in the delivery to you is part of your 8,000 miles allowance!

    Mine came from Wales and had 200 miles on it and they are insistent that I now only have 7,800 to use before incurring extra mileage charges!
    Zuulan51 m ago

    I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months …I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months to arrive but I don't think that was their fault. A word of warning about them though. They will deliver the vehicle by driving it to you from whatever dealer they use. The mileage used in the delivery to you is part of your 8,000 miles allowance!Mine came from Wales and had 200 miles on it and they are insistent that I now only have 7,800 to use before incurring extra mileage charges!


    Will ask nearer the time about collecting it myself if it’s not too far. They normally give a full tank of fuel if you collect.
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