Suzuki Swift Hatch 5Dr 1.0 Boosterjet (Lease of 36 Months / 10K Annual Mileage) £182.66 per month (£6935.7 inc Fees) @ Silverstone Fleet Management
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Suzuki Swift Hatch 5Dr 1.0 Boosterjet (Lease of 36 Months / 10K Annual Mileage) £182.66 per month (£6935.7 inc Fees) @ Silverstone Fleet Management

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Found 17th Apr
Spotted this on my travels and it's currently the cheapest price for the mileage you are getting. 61.4mpg combined and 111bhp out of a single litre petrol engine... good old turbos

It's not bad news feature wise either, with

Bluetooth
Rear Privacy Glass
Rear Parking Camera
DAB Radio
Air Conditioning
16 Inch Alloys

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£359.94 Processing fee, but otherwise its £182.66 x 36 monthly payments, and insurance group of 25D, so should be very affordable in that regard.

Vehicles are in stock with delivery included, road tax is covered along with breakdown and warranty.

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Too expensive for a swift IMO
Net £192.66 per month, £7k in total, for a supermini over 36 months. Half the RRP.

2015 Swifts are selling on ebay for anything up to £10k.

I don't think that's such a good deal.
kamz585 m ago

Too expensive for a swift IMO


I'd maybe consider £190 per month on a 12 month lease on a Swift. Continuing to pay £190 for this when it is 30 months old would make me quite unhappy.
Description says 5Dr but pics show a 3Dr model. Also not the greatest of deals imo.
Crap deal
Shame they made the new swift look like a 1980s Dihatsu Charade... The old one was a crakcing looking wee thing...
Kev`48 m ago

Description says 5Dr but pics show a 3Dr model. Also not the greatest of …Description says 5Dr but pics show a 3Dr model. Also not the greatest of deals imo.


No it's not. Door handles are at the top side, next to the window at the back.
During the signing of the lease agreement your soul is also signed away by commiting to drive this dull car around for the next few years of your life.
It's too much money for this car
I'm a late convert to Suzuki & really rate them for all sorts of reasons. However I personally wouldn't jump at this lease deal.

In my experience, the inherent 'value' of Suzuki cars is not in their new price but in their 'real' price where they're say a year old with a few thousand miles on the clock. Not only are the used prices you see on Auto Trader low but if you ask, you'll generally get further discount from the dealer without trying too hard. For both mine & the wife's Celerio's, we both got an extra grand off. My brother-in-law just part-ex'd his 12 year old banger for a one year old Celerio and was offered £490 by one dealer and £700 at another.

Factor these deep discounts in and leasing looks marginal to me.
quey034 h, 20 m ago

No it's not. Door handles are at the top side, next to the window at the …No it's not. Door handles are at the top side, next to the window at the back.


Wow didn't notice that . I stand corrected. Strange location for a door handle. 😁
£182 for a suzuki swift!!! Erm wiiiiit! I'm a convert to the pch deals but thats a lot of money for not a lot of car. My current lease ends in September and i want something similar but this seems mega expensive for what it is. Current lease for reference is an audi a6 3.0 272ps for £203.99 a month. The honda jazz deal that showed up recently for £40 a month was more on par with this car:S
There ain’t many decent deals on leases atm...
Anybody else remember Macro selling the older version years ago at the front of shop for £5000.
imk8312 h, 12 m ago

There ain’t many decent deals on leases atm...


Wait until the end of the year. When they’re not going to hit their annual sales targets then they slash and burn.
Ant McPartlin likes it... He's just about to go do another Suzuki Swift advert:

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Looking for a good Mini Cooper lease deal, anyone come across one at all? 36 months, 10k. Thanks
That's crazy expensive
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