Skoda Superb PCH £175 per month / £1750 deposit @ Simpsons (SAT NAV etc)
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Skoda Superb PCH £175 per month / £1750 deposit @ Simpsons (SAT NAV etc)

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Found 5th Jun 2015
ŠKODA Superb 2.0CR 140PS SE Business Estate in Metallic Paint for just £175 per month and £1750 deposit
This offer is available on ŠKODA Finance 'Personal Contract Hire' with only a £1750 deposit and then 23 payments of just £175 per month. Cars are available from stock for an early delivery.
Mileage allowance on this example is 8,000 per annum, excess mileage above 16000 will be charged at 7.2p per mile. So if, for example, the car's mileage was 20000 when it is due for return - then the excess mileage charge payable would be £288.
All prices include VAT. There are no hidden arrangement, set-up or document fees.
It just gets better and better ...... as this incredible deal also includes Free Metallic Paint and Road Fund Licence for two years.

49 Comments

In before the badge snob knobs....

I prefer to buy used rather than lease but i can appreciate this is a great deal on a nice motor. Heated
Edited by: "Uridium" 5th Jun 2015

HOT HOT HOT !

Superb deal!

That's very good for a 140PS variant

Blast,,, says this is the business estate, i was just after the social domestic and pleasure estate

Uridium

In before the badge snob knobs....I prefer to buy used rather than lease … In before the badge snob knobs....I prefer to buy used rather than lease but i can appreciate this is a great deal on a nice motor. Heated



I have reported you to the admins for making a fair and reasonable comments under a lease car thread.

richkaos

Blast,,, says this is the business estate, i was just after the social … Blast,,, says this is the business estate, i was just after the social domestic and pleasure estate



Why don't you make your business, so that your business is to do social, domestic and pleasure activities.

It's like going to university to learn how to arrange flowers, or to become and expert at playing golf - having a masters in golf

Im just wondering what happens if you buy this business estate and you decide to drive somewhere not business related???? Does it just stop?

Must be trying times for the leasing industry. After depreciation, how do they make any money?

ShaunnyBwoy

Must be trying times for the leasing industry. After depreciation, how do … Must be trying times for the leasing industry. After depreciation, how do they make any money?


By calling it a business estate!!! thats how

good for cabies

Is this the new model? I'm assuming not given the price.

ShaunnyBwoy

Must be trying times for the leasing industry. After depreciation, how do … Must be trying times for the leasing industry. After depreciation, how do they make any money?



This one is actually from a Skoda dealer, it looks like they are desperate to hit some target by the end of June! £1750 or 10 months up front, is quite a lot, and 8K mileage is a bit low. Thats just under £6K in total.

They also have the Yeti Outdoor 2.0CR TDi 170bhp 4x4 Elegance for £149/mth over 23 months with £1890 deposit. £5317 over the 2 years with same 8,000 miles/yr limit.

Cracking price, even for the outgoing model which is soon to be replaced.

Do they do a credit check for lease?

Go to your local dealer for a test drive and tell them you want to lease privately. They will most probably try to beat the best quote you can get.
That's what I did and my local dealer beat the best quote I got by £10/month (that's £300 less in total with deposit) and gave me 10k miles/year instead of 8k!

This is quite interesting... "Can I part exchange my current car? Unlike car leasing brokers we would be delighted to accept your old vehicle as part-payment for your new lease vehicle. If your vehicle value is greater than the deposit on the lease agreement we will refund you the difference."

...for anyone looking for a first time lease and that have a car to sell.
Edited by: "arch68" 5th Jun 2015

WorldUK

Do they do a credit check for lease?


what do you think? this is a Finantial agreement...:)
Edited by: "arma_gera" 5th Jun 2015

Great price! oh, hang on...... it's a Skoda oO

Presumably the £1750 is an upfront payment, rather than deposit? Or do you get it back at the end?

Badge snobs? I'd say Audi/Seat/VW/Skoda should all be seen in the same light - driven by snobs.

Taz1529

Badge snobs? I'd say Audi/Seat/VW/Skoda should all be seen in the same … Badge snobs? I'd say Audi/Seat/VW/Skoda should all be seen in the same light - driven by snobs.



A snob can drive any car, theres billions of people on this planet....jeez...

MazingerZ

A snob can drive any car, theres billions of people on this … A snob can drive any car, theres billions of people on this planet....jeez...



Nope. Only german car drivers are snobs.

musicman

Great price! oh, hang on...... it's a Skoda oO



Not funny any more. These cars are really "Superb"
Hot and thanks for the post.

Great cars like a longer wheelbase Passat/A6 with more rear passenger legroom and load area length.

autoexpress.co.uk/sko…ate

Loved my Superb, whereas the new Octavia has been a bit of a disappointment. Seriously tempted by this deal even though its the outgoing model. Hot!

arma_gera

what do you think? this is a Finantial agreement...:)


Do they do a spelling check?

...I really do think you should consider a 10 year-old BMW with 150,000 miles on the clock before any of this new-car nonsense...

Mark NS

Do they do a spelling check?



I liked that. :-)

all those used cars for sale out there, where did they come from....

orgfilao

Cracking price, even for the outgoing model which is soon to be replaced.



thanks for the clarification in the meaning if outgoing

Mark NS

Do they do a spelling check?


obviously a typo error .... are you an English teacher? just so you know this is a Deals forum.

gluke21

Not funny any more. These cars are really "Superb"Hot and thanks for the … Not funny any more. These cars are really "Superb"Hot and thanks for the post.



Superb? lol.
You seriously need to get out more...

Taz1529

Nope. Only german car drivers are snobs.



Even Trabant drivers?

I was given one of these as an "equivalent" VW by a VW Ensurance arranged hire car when my Golf GTD got rear-ended. The boot is so big that a sniper could easily lie down in the boot and take aim through the slightly ajar boot lid. Wind noise was non-existent (my Golf was quite quiet on that score, but the Superb was a step above), and it had a fair few premium switches that wouldn't look out of place on the higher up Audi's.

It was not my cup of tea, for the size mainly, but if I was in the market for a large estate of reasonable engine output, i'd consider one of these.

thekanester

...I really do think you should consider a 10 year-old BMW with 150,000 … ...I really do think you should consider a 10 year-old BMW with 150,000 miles on the clock before any of this new-car nonsense...



Yeah but a bmw of that spec would probably be less than the deposit is on this lease, let alone the 175 quid a month for the next two years.

hugekebab

Yeah but a bmw of that spec would probably be less than the deposit is on … Yeah but a bmw of that spec would probably be less than the deposit is on this lease, let alone the 175 quid a month for the next two years.



I just had to pipe up about it before someone else did though. The BMW quote is almost as ubiquitous as the Onkyo trope here.

Before you go to Simpsons if you're interested in this, definitely check your local Skoda dealer as they will more than likely be able to match or even better this. Simpsons have been acting like they can do a better deal than other dealers for a while and from my own personal experience it's simply not true

andykapa

good for cabies



I would of thought a topical cream or ointment would be better for that...
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