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All TFS Vehicle Leasing Deals, Discounts & Sales for August 2019

Citroen C3 Pure Tech Flair 5-Door Manual Lease - No Deposit - 18 Monthly Payments of £185.99 x 18 Months - Total Cost £3,347.82 @ TFS
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Citroen C3 Pure Tech Flair 5-Door Manual Lease - No Deposit - 18 Monthly Payments of £185.99 x 18 Months - Total Cost £3,347.82 @ TFS
£3,347.82£3,896.5514%
No deposit, cheap, short-term 18 month leasing deal for the Citroen C3, 18 Monthly Payments of £185.99. good for school runs
lhurren

National Vehicle Solutions and Select. But as ever deals come and go. When a car is cheap a number of sites will have it.

George_Davies

What websites did you find the golf r's? thats a good price!

smellyonion

This is becoming less and less the case and quite frankly false. You would lose a near identical amount of money if not more because the middle man needs to make their money! Most chronic leasers compare their deals to rrp. News flash- nobody pays RRP. You should gain at least gain a 20-30% discount on an RRP. The more cars depreciate, the greater the discount. Do you calculations and you will realise that your lease is funding the lease companies. Your 45k GLC which could probably be had for 37k after haggling their deposit contribution (yes pay off the days after to avoid interest). Its worth maybe 27k after 3 years. You will pay 15k, and think you saved depreciation. The direct to manufacturer will pay 10k. Lease company makes 5k. Yes in some cases, lease companies have better purchasing power and can gain a better price. But it is mostly a fallacy to consider lease the god send of new car ownership.

mkara

Thanks. Yes, always do shop around and have a tenancy to just browse shop here and there to keep up to date with pricing and offers. Currently got a Tiguan R Line 9k/annum for 3 years for £299+£20 (maintained) total 319.** a month and put 3 months advance. Best deal I find and haven't seen anyone even come close to that since then. When is usually the best time to order a lease? I'm new to this, and also flexible in terms of when I place my order. So any tips are helpful. Thanks.

lhurren

Sorry, missed this. It’s just a case of keeping track of prices and what cars have offers on each quarter when you’re ready to make a new order. None of those cars were from the same lease company. They were from National Vehicle Solutions, VW Direct, CentralUKVehicleLeasing, Select Leasing, Stable leasing... Have a look at the offers on those sites home pages and if a car you like is very cheap shop around and find the absolute cheapest offer there is on it (y)

8-Seater Citroen Space Tourer Diesel Estate 1.5 BlueHDi 120 Feel M - £252pm x18 Months (10k Miles pa) - Total Cost £4,895 inc fees @ TFS
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Posted 6th FebPosted 6th Feb
8-Seater Citroen Space Tourer Diesel Estate 1.5 BlueHDi 120 Feel M - £252pm x18 Months (10k Miles pa) - Total Cost £4,895 inc fees @ TFS
£4,895
Looks a good deal on a £34k car, with 10k miles. 1 month x 17 at £251.94 plus £360 fees.
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alu355

It was direct from Citroen

Peter_W

Where was that deal from?

anlygi

Well yea, we all are!

alu355

We had one of these (got it for 6 months upfront plus £154 a month). It's a big car and feels like a van to drive but not uncomfortable at all. We just returned it and had to pay £265 for various chips and scrapes (all minor). I probably could have argued it if I could have been bothered.

Hextall

Got control of our borders back and a thriving NHS though. ;)

Brand New Micra 1.2 Visia Ltd Ed for £115.80 pm (BEAT the car tax change in April!!) TFS VEHICLE LEASING
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Brand New Micra 1.2 Visia Ltd Ed for £115.80 pm (BEAT the car tax change in April!!) TFS VEHICLE LEASING
£115.80
Not a lot of people know this - Band C car tax (110-120g/km of CO2) at the moment is £30 per year; forever . However, new vehicles registered from the beginning of next month, wil… Read more
lukeyinyork

​new ones are belt driven. I should know I lease a 66 plate 1.2TSI.

The.Governor

I wonder what the new rates will do to car sales, I can't see people being very happy to pay a lot more one day than they did the last...

esclad

Times ticking....

m5rcc

Or even £123.32/net/mth

monkey1999

My wife was the same after second child

DS DS3 1.6 BlueHDi Elegance Hatchback Lease £89.84 per month (£135 combined) @ TFS Vehicle Leasing (Total £3234.88)
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Posted 11th Sep 2016Posted 11th Sep 2016
DS DS3 1.6 BlueHDi Elegance Hatchback Lease £89.84 per month (£135 combined) @ TFS Vehicle Leasing (Total £3234.88)
£89.84
So - a lease deal. Marmite for some, great for others. ! If you want a lease deal ! I believe that this is a good price. If you don't, it's probably not. £89.84 incl VAT monthly … Read more
kidrock123

​kind of like the toyota lexus :p

ollie87

For £135? Where?! You've just described every small capacity diesel engine in existence.

MaximusRo

The DPFs where around for about 10 years now

Smartguy1

I suggest you take one of each for a test drive. I had the old 90 bhp Poogeot engine. Yes, bottom end torque is good but 2 seconds later its run out of breath which can sometimes be a little disconcerting especially when you need it most, overtaking on a single carriageway. It was also noisy as Peugeot engines tend to be. If this has been a 1.6 petrol I would have gone for one and I am sorry you can't tell me anything about diesels as I have run nothing else for the last 15 years and soon to go back onto petrol thanks to the introduction of the manufacturers fail......dpf filters.

fishmaster

Yes hardly upmarket. The DS3 out of the DS range has the best reviews.

Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Feel 5dr 3+17 personal contract hire, £78.78 pm, £596.34 up front, 10k p/a = £1935.60 TFS vechile leasing
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Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Feel 5dr 3+17 personal contract hire, £78.78 pm, £596.34 up front, 10k p/a = £1935.60 TFS vechile leasing
£1,935.60
So I saw this on TFS vechile leasing and I thought it was a pretty good deal. The initial payment is made up of £236.34 inc VAT initial rental and £360 processing fee. Then only … Read more
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cts_casemod

​Thats good, yes. But if you think about it that's what happens. They just getting keep the deposit whatever the case ;)

cts_casemod

​Rubbish. Just the same as a university graduate. You learn once you finish and you also do mistakes, which obviously increase the risk. Been there myself.

Y44SNN

Will PM you now

Dewhurst93

Sounds good. Could you foward me to her please? I am definitely interested!

Dewhurst93

And how exactly did you end up being an older, safer and more experienced driver? I think older drivers forget that they were once young and new drivers who were trying to gain more experience on the roads... How are younger drivers supposed to gain that experience if non of them are able to actually get insured in the first place? Not all of us are terrible drivers

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