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Skoda Superb Hatchback 2.0 TSI 190 SE L 5dr DSG 4 year lease £229.24/month + £199 processing fee (£11,202.52 total) at Leasing Options
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Skoda Superb Hatchback 2.0 TSI 190 SE L 5dr DSG 4 year lease £229.24/month + £199 processing fee (£11,202.52 total) at Leasing Options

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Posted 29th Jan

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Skoda Superb Hatchback
2.0 TSI 190 SE L 5dr DSG
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Contract Length - 4 Years
x1 Initial Rental - £229.24 inc.VAT
Mileage - 8000 Miles
Maintenance - No
Vehicle Summary
Contract Type:
Personal Lease
Contract Length:
4 Years
Annual Mileage:
8000
Initial Rentals:
1 Rental
Maintenance:
N/A
Trim / Interior:
Leather - Beige
Optional Extras:
No options added
Processing Fee:
£199.00 inc.VAT
Paint:
Solid - Energy blue
Road Fund Licence:
Included
£229.24 inc.VAT

3 years is £264/month for folks worried about out of warranty issues.
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That's not bad but 4 years on this lease means you'll be outside warranty and also no maintenance so factor that in too.

However this blue is horrid on this car IMHO.
Lovely car for a decent monthly payment, but I'd never take a 4yr lease, 2yrs is generally the sweet spot.
Max 36 months, 48 months means servicing 4 times
Nice car but sonic blue colour 🤮 ruins the deal when you have to add metallic.
I have the estate version of this which I bought from lease company at end of 24months. Had it’s forth Service, no issues and service charges not excessive. Dividing annual service price and adding value to monthly payment still comes in cheaper than the average £300 per month+ this car normally costs! So heat from me!
Nice car for not a bad price but never lease for 4 years and be out of warranty. 3 years max.
Energy blue is not good on this.

288 on a 1+23 8kpa but the deal doesn't look quite as amazing then.

Not clear if this is old model or new either.
Good monthly payment. But leases should be 2 years max. Otherwise running costs outweigh the benefits
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 29th Jan
trickytree198429/01/2020 10:29

Good monthly payment. But leases should be 2 years max. Otherwise running …Good monthly payment. But leases should be 2 years max. Otherwise running costs outweigh the benefits


The cheapest deal currently on this model on the market for 2 year lease works out at £320 a month. So you have to ask yourself if you will be spending £1080 a year extra on to maintain this car doing 8k pa over the standard costs incurred. Other than servicing & tyres which you have to pay for anyway I haven’t incurred any further costs and mine is on 65000 miles. If this was estate version I would be having it and selling mine. As this would work out a only losing 40% of its list price over 4 years - outstanding value.
Belogical29/01/2020 10:45

The cheapest deal currently on this model on the market for 2 year lease …The cheapest deal currently on this model on the market for 2 year lease works out at £320 a month. So you have to ask yourself if you will be spending £1080 a year extra on to maintain this car doing 8k pa over the standard costs incurred. Other than servicing & tyres which you have to pay for anyway I haven’t incurred any further costs and mine is on 65000 miles. If this was estate version I would be having it and selling mine. As this would work out a only losing 40% of its list price over 4 years - outstanding value.


That's assuming you want this car. I'd just wait for a better deal on a 2 year.
Belogical29/01/2020 10:45

The cheapest deal currently on this model on the market for 2 year lease …The cheapest deal currently on this model on the market for 2 year lease works out at £320 a month. So you have to ask yourself if you will be spending £1080 a year extra on to maintain this car doing 8k pa over the standard costs incurred. Other than servicing & tyres which you have to pay for anyway I haven’t incurred any further costs and mine is on 65000 miles. If this was estate version I would be having it and selling mine. As this would work out a only losing 40% of its list price over 4 years - outstanding value.


It's the risk of out of warranty repairs on a four year lease for me: I know it's not a high risk, but the whole point of a lease is that you never have the risk of a massive repair bill. Imagine if it need major work at 3.5 years at dealer prices? You could be liable for thousands on a car that you'll only have for six more months.
4 years... aside the worthy points above, leasing is all about the option to play the field of cars by changing often and experiencing new models, technology, engineering, every 2 years ideally.
I take on the point about the lack of warranty on the 4yrs. Switch to 3yrs for a few quid more. 264 on a 3 yr. its still a good deal for the Top of the range DSG model.
Edited by: "motorheadstu" 29th Jan
M_z29/01/2020 10:57

It's the risk of out of warranty repairs on a four year lease for me: I …It's the risk of out of warranty repairs on a four year lease for me: I know it's not a high risk, but the whole point of a lease is that you never have the risk of a massive repair bill. Imagine if it need major work at 3.5 years at dealer prices? You could be liable for thousands on a car that you'll only have for six more months.


Extending the warranty for one year shouldn’t break the bank (just an observation, haven’t done the maths on whether the 4 year price saving is enough to offset the cost of warranty)
simplelearning29/01/2020 09:36

Max 36 months, 48 months means servicing 4 times


I'm not sure I understand this argument. If you get a 3 year you'll need to service it 3 times? Then you get another lease and you'll need to service that one after a year = 4 services
Edited by: "motorheadstu" 29th Jan
exel196629/01/2020 12:20

4 years... aside the worthy points above, leasing is all about …4 years... aside the worthy points above, leasing is all about the option to play the field of cars by changing often and experiencing new models, technology, engineering, every 2 years ideally.


Not for everyone, I'd have a lease because I dont have 30k available to buy this car.
Edited by: "motorheadstu" 29th Jan
Belogical29/01/2020 10:45

The cheapest deal currently on this model on the market for 2 year lease …The cheapest deal currently on this model on the market for 2 year lease works out at £320 a month. So you have to ask yourself if you will be spending £1080 a year extra on to maintain this car doing 8k pa over the standard costs incurred. Other than servicing & tyres which you have to pay for anyway I haven’t incurred any further costs and mine is on 65000 miles. If this was estate version I would be having it and selling mine. As this would work out a only losing 40% of its list price over 4 years - outstanding value.


£264 on the 3 yr version of this deal its still pretty cheap but the 4 year is better if you are willing to risk the out warranty
adamfirrell29/01/2020 10:03

Nice car for not a bad price but never lease for 4 years and be out of …Nice car for not a bad price but never lease for 4 years and be out of warranty. 3 years max.


Thats fair. Switch to 3yrs for a few quid more. 264 on a 3 yr.
Skoda website has a car builder which lets you "make" this model, theres an option on an extended warranty for £300
alexjameshaines29/01/2020 09:34

That's not bad but 4 years on this lease means you'll be outside warranty …That's not bad but 4 years on this lease means you'll be outside warranty and also no maintenance so factor that in too.However this blue is horrid on this car IMHO.


Configured here.
cc.skoda-auto.com/gbr…ces
motorheadstu29/01/2020 13:23

£264 on the 3 yr version of this deal its still pretty cheap but the 4 …£264 on the 3 yr version of this deal its still pretty cheap but the 4 year is better if you are willing to risk the out warranty


But it will also need an MOT at 4 versus 3.
motorheadstu29/01/2020 13:18

I'm not sure I understand this argument. If you get a 3 year you'll need …I'm not sure I understand this argument. If you get a 3 year you'll need to service it 3 times? Then you get another lease and you'll need to service that one after a year = 4 services


But you do save on the MOT (and warranty).
Rickardo29/01/2020 13:52

But you do save on the MOT (and warranty).


Thats only £50 though. The saving of 4 years vs 3 years is £35/month!
Edited by: "motorheadstu" 29th Jan
tonyspoons29/01/2020 13:10

Extending the warranty for one year shouldn’t break the bank (just an o …Extending the warranty for one year shouldn’t break the bank (just an observation, haven’t done the maths on whether the 4 year price saving is enough to offset the cost of warranty)


Not sure if its available to order with this car, but on the Skoda website car configurator a 1 year extended warranty is £300
broona29/01/2020 09:34

Lovely car for a decent monthly payment, but I'd never take a 4yr lease, …Lovely car for a decent monthly payment, but I'd never take a 4yr lease, 2yrs is generally the sweet spot.


In addition, it is often possible to extend a lease once you get near the end of the initial term for a similar (or even lower in some cases) monthly payment, so there is a flexibility to keep a car for longer than the initially agreed term.

Shortening the lease to hand back the car early is also possible, but often on very poor terms. There is some saving compared to just keeping the car to the end but it's minimal. Therefore, having a shorter lease is much more flexible.

As an extreme example: I had 24m Golf R lease on (3+23) x £322. I have extended in by a month or 2 at a time for another 6 months, with an average price for those months of about £250 pcm.
motorheadstu29/01/2020 14:04

Thats only £50 though. The saving of 4 years vs 3 years is £35/month!


Ok, in isolation and if you really want this specific car from this company, but I was adding to the <4 year argument in general.
-153 degrees haha. Sod you all
Heat from me .I have ordered (no solid so paid extra for metallic) this will be my second Superb, current one is going back in a few weeks and had it 4 years. I extended from 3 to 4 as nothing else was close for me. Really happy with this car. No issues of any kind, changed tyres but other than that just standard servicing. Just be aware of you go via Lease Options they are pretty heavy handed when it comes to maintenance even when you say no, had the same conversation 4 times. I've worked out that 3 services (hand it back before 4th due) +MOT +2 Tyres will be approximately £700/£800 ... £25 per month for 4 years for maintenance is £1200. Also, the excess mileage charge goes up if you take maintenance so worth working out if that is likely to impact you too.
Also.... forgot to mention, confirmed this is MY20 and it is Pre-Reg. Not sure that matters with a lease but you never know.
Edited by: "Stooh" 2nd Feb
Good choice sir
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