Skoda yeti lease 24 month pch deal from £4440.24 Total Fleetprices.co.uk.
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Skoda yeti lease 24 month pch deal from £4440.24 Total Fleetprices.co.uk.

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Found 18th Jan 2017
The numbers are £85.01 per month. £2400 initial rental. Two year contract £185.01 per month total.

From parkers review.

Part family hatch and part SUV, the Skoda Yeti is an unusual model. It's a similar idea to the Nissan Qashqai and combines the user-friendliness and affordability of a hatchback along with the practicality of a four-wheel drive. The result is a real success, making the Yeti an ideal family car

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Contract term : 24 months
Rental profile : Initial rental + 23 Rentals
Annual mileage : 8000
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    More info would be nice.. (_;)
    Nice car - we leased one 18 moths ago @165 on 3+23 for 2.0 diesel. Doesn't strike me as hot though
    Just had one delivered yesterday on 3+23 £165pm 10k pa miles no fee with metallic and a couple of cheap options 1.2 TSI DSG. Very pleased with it. I know it's old tech now compared to the MQB stuff but will see us well for the next couple of years with a new baby.
    Edited by: "courtster" 19th Jan 2017
    buy a daihastau instead
    moneysm

    buy a daihastau instead



    A Daihatsu, you mean? Despite being reliable, why?
    m5rcc

    A Daihatsu, you mean? Despite being reliable, why?



    for 2 grand more u have an asset to keep that will last more than 24 months
    moneysm

    for 2 grand more u have an asset to keep that will last more than 24 … for 2 grand more u have an asset to keep that will last more than 24 months



    You don't quite get the concept of leasing, do you?
    m5rcc

    You don't quite get the concept of leasing, do you?



    Not sure you understand the principle of depreciation.
    moneysm

    Not sure you understand the principle of depreciation.



    Erm, I do. I do very clearly. If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it appreciates, own it.

    Why would I want to buy a dearer Daihatsu (if such things exist given they havn't sold a car in Europe for almost four years) for it to depreciate at a steeper rate?

    Better to get a lease where the total value of the lease is less than the depreciation of the car should you have bought it.
    m5rcc

    Erm, I do. I do very clearly. If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it … Erm, I do. I do very clearly. If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it appreciates, own it.Why would I want to buy a dearer Daihatsu (if such things exist given they havn't sold a car in Europe for almost four years) for it to depreciate at a steeper rate?Better to get a lease where the total value of the lease is less than the depreciation of the car should you have bought it.


    I meant to get a Dacia, not a Daihatsu
    moneysm

    I meant to get a Dacia, not a Daihatsu



    Not really comparable like-for-like (given that you said "£2k more" - I would assume you are referring to a base-spec Sandero).
    m5rcc

    Not really comparable like-for-like (given that you said "£2k more" - I … Not really comparable like-for-like (given that you said "£2k more" - I would assume you are referring to a base-spec Sandero).



    Sandero is correct depends on what you want your car for and if you require all the bells and whistles
    moneysm

    Sandero is correct depends on what you want your car for and if you … Sandero is correct depends on what you want your car for and if you require all the bells and whistles


    You really don't know a lot about cars, do you.
    Newbold

    You really don't know a lot about cars, do you.


    Maybe :-P
    moneysm

    Maybe :-P



    Definitely.
    Be careful with fleet prices, some guys on here have been waiting 6+ months for their vehicles to arrive
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