Skoda Superb New Model 2.0 TDI SE Business Edition 5Dr, 24 month lease, 8k miles / year  £5331.00 @ Freedomcontracts
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Skoda Superb New Model 2.0 TDI SE Business Edition 5Dr, 24 month lease, 8k miles / year £5331.00 @ Freedomcontracts

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Found 28th Jul 2015
Another lease deal I'm afraid, but one I think is good for those looking for a large estate for those with families or just who like the space! Not going for it myself unfortunately as I've just ordered a VW Tiguan on similar terms, and it's a bit big for me.

It's the Business edition of the Skoda Superb Estate, that comes with front and rear parking sensors and sat nav.

Just over £5k for 2 years of motoring.

Skoda Superb New Model 2.0 TDI SE Business Edition 5Dr
24 months
£2400 initial
£240 admin fee
23 x £116.72
8k miles pa

Total £5,331 for 2 years in a very large car.

73 Comments

Original Poster

Sorry, should add it's from Freedom Contracts. Still quite new to posting deals.

Wow!!! Parking sensors.......(_;)

The best deals for more mileage are
10000 24 months £938.16 + 23 x £156.36 + £199 +VAT = £5,680.13
15000 24 months £1,059.78 + 23 x £176.63 + £199 +VAT = £6,385.52


Also if you want a lower deposit then the following spreads the extra out over 23 months and costs only £23 more.
8000 24 months £880.68 + 23 x £146.78 + £199 +VAT = £5,346.74



Business ...Skoda ............no it doesn't go

Original Poster

robah

Wow!!! Parking sensors.......(_;)



​Yeah, not sure why I got excited about that.

Much more importantly, It also comes with a set of umbrellas in the doors.

http://www.skoda.co.uk/SiteCollectionImages/Models/Superb%20Hatch%202015/features/tiles/tile6.png

Thanks for this

business minicab

Cold i bought a mk1 escort 40 years ago and have only spent £6.20 maintaining it and it still runs great. (I'm 30 and secretly would love a lease deal)

58.9 urban mpg is great for a car this size!

Banned

COOOOLD, you can just buy 4-5years old Superb estate for the same $ outright. and you get to keep it how long you want it for, and it wont really drop in value that much more so you can still get some money back if u decide to sell it.
+no worries that it gets scratched/dented & dont have to watch milage limits.

229mel

COOOOLD, you can just buy 4-5years old Superb estate for the same $ … COOOOLD, you can just buy 4-5years old Superb estate for the same $ outright. and you get to keep it how long you want it for, and it wont really drop in value that much more so you can still get some money back if u decide to sell it.+no worries that it gets scratched/dented & dont have to watch milage limits.



You mean ex private hire taxi with 170k miles on the clock and permanent vomit stains from every Friday night in town on the back seats, like all Superbs on the market?

What a deal!

229mel

COOOOLD, you can just buy 4-5years old Superb estate for the same $ … COOOOLD, you can just buy 4-5years old Superb estate for the same $ outright. and you get to keep it how long you want it for, and it wont really drop in value that much more so you can still get some money back if u decide to sell it.+no worries that it gets scratched/dented & dont have to watch milage limits.



By which time a five year old Superb will be full of the diesel-ridden problems

badgerrules

58.9 urban mpg is great for a car this size!



Yeah, right.

honestjohn.co.uk/rea…140

BenderRodriguez

Yeah, … Yeah, right.http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/realmpg/skoda/superb-estate-2010/20-tdi-140



I have lost all faith in humanity now. basically everyone lies.

gr8h8me

Business ...Skoda ............no it doesn't go


Eh? I have ran a Skoda through my business, if you're not in the business of trying to appeal flash to morons that fall for that sort of thing then they are ideal. I had more comments about my prices when running an X3 in 3 months than 3 years of using a Octavia 4x4 estate.

You are quoting a five year old car here.

BenderRodriguez

Yeah, … Yeah, right.http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/realmpg/skoda/superb-estate-2010/20-tdi-140


This is the manufacturer's list specification for this model, please verify the details when you view the vehicle. The list below will not include any additional options fitted to the vehicle or modifications.
EC Combined60.1 MPG
Engine Power150
Top Speed134 mph
0 to 60 mph9.0 secs
EC Urban60.1 MPG
EC Extra Urban65.7 MPG

This is the manufacturer's list specification for this model, please verify the details when you view the vehicle. The list below will not include any additional options fitted to the vehicle or modifications.
Heated front seats
3 rear height adjustable headrests
Leather gearknob and handbrake lever
12v power point in centre console
Removable LED light in boot
Split folding rear seats
Illuminated air conditioned glovebox
Front armrest with storage box
Ticket holder
Umbrella compartments in front doors with umbrellas
Luggage compartment lighting
Height/tilt adjustable front headrests
Boot net
Sunglasses storage
Driver's electric lumbar adjustment
Isofix on 2nd row rear seats
Leather upholstery
Height/reach adjust steering wheel
12V power point in luggage area
Front and rear cupholders
3 Spoke leather multi function steering wheel
Electrically operated boot with retractable parcel shelf
Service interval indicator
Remote fuel cap release
Columbus colour 8" touch screen satellite navigation system, Radio/CD/MP3/aux-in/SD card
Adaptive cruise control
External temperature gauge
Dynamic steering response (DSR)
Electro-mechanical PAS
Speed warning indicator
Drive mode selector
Front assistant collision mitigation
Multi-Collision Braking
Fatigue detection system
SmartLink
Body colour bumpers
Silver roof rails
Heated/electric door mirrors with integrated indicators
Chrome plated radiator grille
Body colour door mirrors and handles
Door mirror memory
Power tailgate
LED brake lights
Sunset glass from b-pillar back
Rear wiper
Tinted glass
Front and rear electric windows
Auto dimming rear view mirror
Cornering front fog lights
Electric folding door mirrors
Rain sensor
Aero wiper + intermittent function
LED rear lights
Bi-Xenon headlights with AFS + integrated headlight washers + LED daytime running lights
3 point height adj front seatbelts + pretensioners
HBA (Hydraulic Brake Assist)
ABS + EDL + ASR + MSR + ESC
Rear door child safety locks
Door open warning
Drivers knee airbag
Hill hold control
Curtain airbags
Driver/Front Passenger airbags
Driver/front passenger side airbags
Driver and passenger seatbelts with warning light
Passenger airbag deactivate switch
CBC - (Cornering brake control)
3 rear 3 point seatbelts + pretensioners
Electromechanical parking brake
Tyre pressure monitor
XDS electronic differential lock
Diesel particulate filter
Anti theft alarm with interior monitor and tilt sensor
Immobiliser
Remote central locking with SAFE system
Anti-theft wheel bolts
USB socket
DAB Digital radio

badgerrules

I have lost all faith in humanity now. basically everyone lies.



No - ECDC figures manipulate conditions

229mel

COOOOLD, you can just buy 4-5years old Superb estate for the same $ … COOOOLD, you can just buy 4-5years old Superb estate for the same $ outright. and you get to keep it how long you want it for, and it wont really drop in value that much more so you can still get some money back if u decide to sell it.+no worries that it gets scratched/dented & dont have to watch milage limits.



the clue is in the "4-5 years old" part of your post.......... back to the 2p off a tin of beans offers for you

Shame its manual and won't turn up till Xmas but its a stonking amount of car for the money and a superb (see what I did there) motorway cruiser which is why the larger mileages for still not silly money appeal more.

Could have bitten if it was DSG but never mind.

I've rented these and they're excellent cars. Good deal but not in the market right now but hot

Buy one in red for that Le Tour feel X)

robah

Wow!!! Parking sensors.......(_;)



Believe me, you'll be glad of the rear ones. This car is huge.

229mel

COOOOLD, you can just buy 4-5years old Superb estate for the same $ … COOOOLD, you can just buy 4-5years old Superb estate for the same $ outright. and you get to keep it how long you want it for, and it wont really drop in value that much more so you can still get some money back if u decide to sell it.+no worries that it gets scratched/dented & dont have to watch milage limits.




Its fair to say you don't get lease deals, and its just not for you. I lease currently, I needed a larger family car - so I started looking at 3 - 4 year old octavia's and a loan for that would cost me not much less than leasing a brand new car, in warranty tax included, problem free motoring. I actually like cars even if i had a £500 fiesta I would still worry about it being scratched and dented - that's just how I am, so a brand new car is probably not for you.

As for the mileage, mine is for 10k a year - so far i'm going ok, so no major worries - although it is a consideration.

In addition to what someone said above, these are truly massive, and very very nice cars. Go see one before you cross it off the list or commit.

biggysilly

This is the manufacturer's list specification for this model, please … This is the manufacturer's list specification for this model, please verify the details when you view the vehicle. The list below will not include any additional options fitted to the vehicle or modifications.Heated front seats3 rear height adjustable headrestsLeather gearknob and handbrake lever12v power point in centre consoleRemovable LED light in bootSplit folding rear seatsIlluminated air conditioned gloveboxFront armrest with storage boxTicket holderUmbrella compartments in front doors with umbrellasLuggage compartment lightingHeight/tilt adjustable front headrestsBoot netSunglasses storageDriver's electric lumbar adjustmentIsofix on 2nd row rear seatsLeather upholsteryHeight/reach adjust steering wheel12V power point in luggage areaFront and rear cupholders3 Spoke leather multi function steering wheelElectrically operated boot with retractable parcel shelfService interval indicatorRemote fuel cap releaseColumbus colour 8" touch screen satellite navigation system, Radio/CD/MP3/aux-in/SD cardAdaptive cruise controlExternal temperature gaugeDynamic steering response (DSR)Electro-mechanical PASSpeed warning indicatorDrive mode selectorFront assistant collision mitigationMulti-Collision BrakingFatigue detection systemSmartLinkBody colour bumpersSilver roof railsHeated/electric door mirrors with integrated indicatorsChrome plated radiator grilleBody colour door mirrors and handlesDoor mirror memoryPower tailgateLED brake lightsSunset glass from b-pillar backRear wiperTinted glassFront and rear electric windowsAuto dimming rear view mirrorCornering front fog lightsElectric folding door mirrorsRain sensorAero wiper + intermittent functionLED rear lightsBi-Xenon headlights with AFS + integrated headlight washers + LED daytime running lights3 point height adj front seatbelts + pretensionersHBA (Hydraulic Brake Assist)ABS + EDL + ASR + MSR + ESCRear door child safety locksDoor open warningDrivers knee airbagHill hold controlCurtain airbagsDriver/Front Passenger airbagsDriver/front passenger side airbagsDriver and passenger seatbelts with warning lightPassenger airbag deactivate switchCBC - (Cornering brake control)3 rear 3 point seatbelts + pretensionersElectromechanical parking brakeTyre pressure monitorXDS electronic differential lockDiesel particulate filterAnti theft alarm with interior monitor and tilt sensorImmobiliserRemote central locking with SAFE systemAnti-theft wheel boltsUSB socketDAB Digital radio



​not really sure what your point is in listing all the mfr specs. anyone can get this from Skoda website can't they?

229mel

COOOOLD, you can just buy 4-5years old Superb estate for the same $ … COOOOLD, you can just buy 4-5years old Superb estate for the same $ outright. and you get to keep it how long you want it for, and it wont really drop in value that much more so you can still get some money back if u decide to sell it.+no worries that it gets scratched/dented & dont have to watch milage limits.



Incorrect. The cheapest 5 year old (you said 4 but I'll give you the benefit of the doubt) Skoda Superb on autotrader is £5299, is a poverty spec 1.6 and has 147k miles on the clock!

What happens when things start to go wrong? I guarantee you this lease would cost less over the 2 years to run than the example above.

It would be funny if it wasn't so ridiculous and poorly thought through!
Edited by: "Mada06" 29th Jul 2015

abucd4

In addition to what someone said above, these are truly massive, and very … In addition to what someone said above, these are truly massive, and very very nice cars. Go see one before you cross it off the list or commit.


Most of the commenters knocking this deal haven't a clue about the benefits of leasing never mind that Skoda's are nothing like the cars they were 20 years ago, hopefully they'll go the way of the Dinosaurs they imitate soon....

BenderRodriguez

You mean ex private hire taxi with 170k miles on the clock and permanent … You mean ex private hire taxi with 170k miles on the clock and permanent vomit stains from every Friday night in town on the back seats, like all Superbs on the market?What a deal!



VOTED COLD - 229mel is right, there are some excellent used cars available for £5k that you can actually own. Do some research Bender.

captain_cab

VOTED COLD - 229mel is right, there are some excellent used cars … VOTED COLD - 229mel is right, there are some excellent used cars available for £5k that you can actually own. Do some research Bender.




Bender...made me chuckle.

captain_cab

VOTED COLD - 229mel is right, there are some excellent used cars … VOTED COLD - 229mel is right, there are some excellent used cars available for £5k that you can actually own. Do some research Bender.



Quick peek at Autotrader searching for "4-5 years old Superb estate" then. Up to 5yrs old with less than 40k miles (to match 8k per annum on lease deal), nationwide search radius.

Prices start from £7,990.


http://www.autotrader.co.uk/search/used/cars/skoda/superb/postcode/wc2e9rz/radius/1501/onesearchad/used%2Cnearlynew%2Cnew/fuel-type/diesel/maximum-mileage/up_to_40000_miles/maximum-age/up_to_5_years_old/sort/default


Personally I wouldn't get Suberb anyway, but I'm just debunking nonsense posted by 229mel.

Ta.

brookysm

Shame its manual and won't turn up till Xmas.



Are automatics quicker then?

A great deal ...BUT, who wants to Rent a car for 2 years ? For Joe Public out there you would be a complete idiot for renting a car when you could be investing in one you own for the same price. Great if you have a car allowance or are living here for 2 years but for 99% of the population rentals are pointless, ok they are new and shiny and the monthly payment is low but after 2 years you end up with NOTHING. Best to save up and buy one you'll own.

spenspuma

Are automatics quicker then?



marginally maybe but the DSG box in a Diesel is in my opinion is the better option as it awesome (own it in a VRS Octavia) and being a diesel you'll be changing gears more often than a petrol due to the obvious lower RPM.

TANDY

A great deal ...BUT, who wants to Rent a car for 2 years ? For Joe Public … A great deal ...BUT, who wants to Rent a car for 2 years ? For Joe Public out there you would be a complete idiot for renting a car when you could be investing in one you own for the same price. Great if you have a car allowance or are living here for 2 years but for 99% of the population rentals are pointless, ok they are new and shiny and the monthly payment is low but after 2 years you end up with NOTHING. Best to save up and buy one you'll own.



Seriously? You need to read a bit more on the advantages of leasing before posting this - you'll get a pasting in here! Unless you buy a classic car IT IS NOT AN INVESTMENT!

Edited by: "Flyingzard" 29th Jul 2015

TANDY

A great deal ...BUT, who wants to Rent a car for 2 years ? For Joe Public … A great deal ...BUT, who wants to Rent a car for 2 years ? For Joe Public out there you would be a complete idiot for renting a car when you could be investing in one you own for the same price. Great if you have a car allowance or are living here for 2 years but for 99% of the population rentals are pointless, ok they are new and shiny and the monthly payment is low but after 2 years you end up with NOTHING. Best to save up and buy one you'll own.



why invest in something that depreciates?

I have owned cars and I've leased cars . None of the cars I have owned have been new and when I've sold them they've depreciated no end. With a lease car you get a brand new car, with a warranty, over a fixed term. I currently have a Golf over 3 years that ends in December when I hand it back and walk away empty handed. I then have to decide do I lease a new car again with a 3 year warranty or do I buy a car that is older and so probably has little warranty. I think it's a tough choice. The downside with leasing is once you're in the deal you can't get out and you need to find the money for it every month.
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