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Skoda Octavia VRS Hatchback 2.0 TSI 245 vRS 5dr [Black Pack] 24 month lease 8k miles £227.53pm - £6,114.78 @ Leasing Options
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Skoda Octavia VRS Hatchback 2.0 TSI 245 vRS 5dr [Black Pack] 24 month lease 8k miles £227.53pm - £6,114.78 @ Leasing Options

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Posted 5th JanEdited by:"cturner1"

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Hi all

Long time lurker on the forum and finally got round to posting my first deal!

While I eagerly await for delivery of the Cupra deal that was on here months and months ago, I stumbled across this...

Appreciate the new model of Octavia is out soon, but since it's a rental it seems like a bargain price for a brilliant car! Especially as it's 8k miles.

£682.59 upfront plus £199 admin fee, then 23 payments of £227.53

Works out a fraction more expensive over the term for 1*23 if that floats your boat.

Hope this is useful to someone!

Edit - Well spotted, forgot the admin charge of £199. Added this on
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callmeleroy05/01/2020 18:42

Thanks ordered two


Me too,Keep one sell one on eBay ......good price for a new car 🏻
HotOrNotYouDecide05/01/2020 19:00

Anyway who is currently leasing give an indication on the car going back …Anyway who is currently leasing give an indication on the car going back with the odd scratch on as to the financial implications? Thanks.


Never had a problem and we're currently on our third lease car.

Both times it had the odd scratch (the most recent one had a scuffed alloy) and both times was never charged despite it being spotted by the assessor and them making a note of it.

Think the horror stories you read online tend to be people returning the car with a door missing and kicking off they have damage charges.

Either that or I've been incredibly lucky...
Edited by: "cturner1" 5th Jan
Thanks ordered two
Wish this was the estate model 😫
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You forgotten the admin fee of £199
£199 processing fee as well So effectively £881.59 up front on 3+23
Looks good, got my current motor through Leasing Options - 1st time I've leased & all the staff I dealt were excellent, & the online process for signing up was very professional/easy.
Don’t forgot to add on the processing fee of £199. And then £6,114.71/24= £254.78 per month. Not quite as amazing as £227 per month but still decent.
I get 254 per month am I doing something wrong? Even at that price it's good
Edited by: "neil.solender" 5th Jan
Not too shabby ! Please no why would you lease, why would you pay 6k when you can buy a 10 year old car etc etc !
Hope you like your cupra !
neil.solender05/01/2020 18:29

I get 254 per month am I doing something wrong? Even at that price it's …I get 254 per month am I doing something wrong? Even at that price it's good


The 227 is with 3 months up front... The 254 is with 1 month upfront.

It's still a pretty good price at 254.

My seat cupra runs out in April and am starting to look for a replacement.. This looks OK.
D'oh, thanks everyone, updated with the admin fee
Oak9905/01/2020 18:32

The 227 is with 3 months up front... The 254 is with 1 month upfront.It's …The 227 is with 3 months up front... The 254 is with 1 month upfront.It's still a pretty good price at 254. My seat cupra runs out in April and am starting to look for a replacement.. This looks OK.


I got 254 by x 26 months (23 months plus initial 3 months) adding 199 admin and dividing by 24 the term. I. E. 254.78 a month.
neil.solender05/01/2020 18:37

I got 254 by x 26 months (23 months plus initial 3 months) adding 199 …I got 254 by x 26 months (23 months plus initial 3 months) adding 199 admin and dividing by 24 the term. I. E. 254.78 a month.


Yeah sorry it's 252 a month with 1 upfront, but that doesn't include the admin tho...

Still only a pound here and there who's counting! 😁
I assume it's a stock deal as production of vrs is now stopped?
Thanks ordered two
callmeleroy05/01/2020 18:42

Thanks ordered two


Me too,Keep one sell one on eBay ......good price for a new car 🏻
155mph and a big boot, what more do you need?
Great deal!
Anyway who is currently leasing give an indication on the car going back with the odd scratch on as to the financial implications? Thanks.
HotOrNotYouDecide05/01/2020 19:00

Anyway who is currently leasing give an indication on the car going back …Anyway who is currently leasing give an indication on the car going back with the odd scratch on as to the financial implications? Thanks.


Never had a problem and we're currently on our third lease car.

Both times it had the odd scratch (the most recent one had a scuffed alloy) and both times was never charged despite it being spotted by the assessor and them making a note of it.

Think the horror stories you read online tend to be people returning the car with a door missing and kicking off they have damage charges.

Either that or I've been incredibly lucky...
Edited by: "cturner1" 5th Jan
HotOrNotYouDecide05/01/2020 19:00

Anyway who is currently leasing give an indication on the car going back …Anyway who is currently leasing give an indication on the car going back with the odd scratch on as to the financial implications? Thanks.


With less tgan 6 months to go until I return my car VWFS have sent a booklet out with what happens next. Within the booklet is a measurement gauge and examples of what they tolerate and class as being fair wear and tear. I was quite surprised what is fine and won't incur any costs to the person who is leasing the vehicle
cturner105/01/2020 19:03

Never had a problem and we're currently on our third lease car.Both times …Never had a problem and we're currently on our third lease car.Both times it had the odd scratch (the most recent one had a scuffed alloy) and both times was never charged despite it being spotted by the assessor and them making a note of it.Think the horror stories you read online tend to be people returning the car with a door missing and kicking off they have damage charges.Either that or I've been incredibly lucky...


Thanks, useful to know. This has always put me off in the past.
CaptainOffTheHook05/01/2020 19:07

With less tgan 6 months to go until I return my car VWFS have sent a …With less tgan 6 months to go until I return my car VWFS have sent a booklet out with what happens next. Within the booklet is a measurement gauge and examples of what they tolerate and class as being fair wear and tear. I was quite surprised what is fine and won't incur any costs to the person who is leasing the vehicle


Great, thanks, appreciate your comments.
I enquired recently about leasing a VRS and the new model is to launch in March.
CaptainOffTheHook05/01/2020 19:08

I enquired recently about leasing a VRS and the new model is to launch in …I enquired recently about leasing a VRS and the new model is to launch in March.


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Wish this was the estate model 😫
CaptainOffTheHook05/01/2020 19:08

I enquired recently about leasing a VRS and the new model is to launch in …I enquired recently about leasing a VRS and the new model is to launch in March.


Hence why there are cracking deals like this about on the current model.
1. Will it come with a long life VW service?

2. Say it does come with a VW long life service and I lease it for 2 years, how do I give the car back without getting it serviced? (Never leased a car before, sorry)
New Leon being announced at end of Jan 2020 so you won't have to wait long for your Cupra deals either.

New Leon should be spankers. Hoping for AWD and a Cupra from the off.
CaptainOffTheHook05/01/2020 19:07

With less tgan 6 months to go until I return my car VWFS have sent a …With less tgan 6 months to go until I return my car VWFS have sent a booklet out with what happens next. Within the booklet is a measurement gauge and examples of what they tolerate and class as being fair wear and tear. I was quite surprised what is fine and won't incur any costs to the person who is leasing the vehicle


VWFS damage charges are generally quite competitive, frequently cheaper than paying for a repair before return. A damaged alloy for example incurs a fee of £36 if I remember correctly.
hottierocket99905/01/2020 18:32

Not too shabby ! Please no why would you lease, why would you pay 6k when …Not too shabby ! Please no why would you lease, why would you pay 6k when you can buy a 10 year old car etc etc ! Hope you like your cupra !


Because people have different budgets, and having a new reliable car with out the worry of breakdowns and repairs is a priority.
Also with leasing you know what your paying upfront without the worry of deprecation and selling or trading it in later down the line.
This process also creates the 10 year old car for other people that prefer that option.
ScottTravis05/01/2020 19:28

Because people have different budgets, and having a new reliable car with …Because people have different budgets, and having a new reliable car with out the worry of breakdowns and repairs is a priority.Also with leasing you know what your paying upfront without the worry of deprecation and selling or trading it in later down the line.This process also creates the 10 year old car for other people that prefer that option.


Don’t disagree we have two lease cars - my point was exactly yours I hate when people add to good deals like this all the negatives and go on about buying a used car etc - think you miss read my post
For a family car that also has a decent BHP this is cheap. Not the quality of an M3 for sure, but a fraction of the price! Great first deal!
Fair wear and tear occurs when normal day-to-day usage causes deterioration to a vehicle. It is not to be confused with damage such as impacts, harsh treatment, or negligence. ... The BVRLA has created an industry wide standard that defines fair wear and tear at the end of a lease agreement.

This should answer a lot of queries


bvrla.co.uk/fle…tml
Edited by: "Poospoon" 5th Jan
Hot - my VRS lease comes to an end in March. Loved it. No issues, just one cheap service and great to drive. Fancied a change and went for the BMW 420i deal, but for anyone looking for a good family car that’s a punchy drive, this is great.
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Workflick05/01/2020 19:16

1. Will it come with a long life VW service?2. Say it does come with a VW …1. Will it come with a long life VW service?2. Say it does come with a VW long life service and I lease it for 2 years, how do I give the car back without getting it serviced? (Never leased a car before, sorry)


1. Ask the broker to find out - it’ll be set by the dealer.

2. Unlikely you’d get away without a service as one would be due between 1 and 2 years
Edited by: "deleted47287" 5th Jan
Approach your local dealer and ask them to match this, saving you the admin fee.
I got Lookers Stockport to match the Kodiaq deal I saw on here
For those wondering about scratches ect upon return consider this ..
The contract they co sign with you states that you will drive upto and possibly over 16k miles in this vehicle during the time it’s on lease to you,by default they are accepting some wear & and tear purely due to the mileage allowance and condition of the UKs roads...
Great car for a reasonable amount of money. Heat added.
Do I need to pay road tax? Or lease company takes care of it? As the emissions are quite high and road tax must be in hundreds currently.
spendHot05/01/2020 22:01

Do I need to pay road tax? Or lease company takes care of it? As the …Do I need to pay road tax? Or lease company takes care of it? As the emissions are quite high and road tax must be in hundreds currently.


Lease company pays it
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