Toyota Auris Hybrid 5dr auto £169.99pm, 24 months total £5108 Leasing Options
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Toyota Auris Hybrid 5dr auto £169.99pm, 24 months total £5108 Leasing Options

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Found 7th Nov 2014
Ive been getting more and more interested in lease deals - i recently worked out how much my 8 year old lexus cost to run/fuel/tax/depreciate and its not as low as i originally thought (about £330pm over 10k pa)

Deal is Toyota Auris Hatchback 1.8 VVTi Hybrid Icon 5dr CVT Auto over 24 months and 10k per annum:
£1019 upfront
£169.99 x 23
£180 admin fee ( i think though cant find it)
£5108 over 24pm or £212pm.

IMO this is a fantastic deal, a prius is nearly £400pm. Plus if you want a auto its included which usually hikes up the price.
ps i find this site good at working out all costs thisismoney.co.uk/mon…tml

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Good deal - heated.

Would this car be Central London Congestion Charge Exempt?

Is this a maintained (servicing included) deal?

May also be worth going for the Icon+ model as that appears to have bluetooth and sat nav - £10 extra a month

Even if you do not get the quoted high mpg, 60mpg should be possible - not bad.

Voted hot!
Edited by: "Helpful" 8th Nov 2014

The 330pm for your Lexus using that site includes insurance, servicing, tax, breakdown, etc. The £169 for this is just the car cost, when those other needed thing are added it'll added up to the same, maybe. Not sure what Lexus it is but Lexus's are more expensive brand.

But don't get me wrong I think this a good deal.

the1C3MAN

The 330pm for your Lexus using that site includes insurance, servicing, … The 330pm for your Lexus using that site includes insurance, servicing, tax, breakdown, etc. The £169 for this is just the car cost, when those other needed thing are added it'll added up to the same, maybe. Not sure what Lexus it is but Lexus's are more expensive brand.But don't get me wrong I think this a good deal.



True but the OPs lexus is 8 years old as opposed to a much newer lease car.

Original Poster

Your right it does add up to virtually the same, about £310pm inc fuel over 10k - but thats for a brand new car and no worried about unexpected bills

I thought i was buying a cheap (£6k) car last year. It reliability is fantastic over last 15000 miles (and its on 151k now) but for the same cost i can have a brand new car.

All the nay sayers who shout " how much!" probably havent done the maths - even a £1k shed is going to cost £270pm over 2yr/20k!!

Banned

Can I ask you a silly question? Does it says in T&C`s that I cannot use it as PCO licensed car and carry passengers in it?

boogoo221

Can I ask you a silly question? Does it says in T&C`s that I cannot use … Can I ask you a silly question? Does it says in T&C`s that I cannot use it as PCO licensed car and carry passengers in it?



It means you cannot use it as a private hire taxi
Edited by: "MIB15" 8th Nov 2014

Family of 5 and a dog. Too small?

cheeky_chops

All the nay sayers who shout " how much!" probably havent done the maths … All the nay sayers who shout " how much!" probably havent done the maths - even a £1k shed is going to cost £270pm over 2yr/20k!!



Excellent deal for a nice car, heat given.

I have done the maths for a "1k shed" and my figures are closer to £175pm over 2yr/20k (based on past experience of driving a shed) - giving you a saving of £3k over 2 years. This would be enough money to buy a new shed!!!!!

If this is the petrol electric one then it must be the UK's cheapest electric vehicle, no?

Banned

Who has the money in this country to pay £5000 for using a car for 2 years!!!!

We all buy used cars for £500.

Lazder

Who has the money in this country to pay £5000 for using a car for 2 … Who has the money in this country to pay £5000 for using a car for 2 years!!!!We all buy used cars for £500.



So you're saying that you pay £500 for the car and it never costs you anything to run and maintain ever again? That is f%^%^g deal of the century dude! Post it now!

Edited by: "fishmaster" 19th Nov 2014

Lazder

Who has the money in this country to pay £5000 for using a car for 2 … Who has the money in this country to pay £5000 for using a car for 2 years!!!!We all buy used cars for £500.


mot failures.lol

the1C3MAN

The 330pm for your Lexus using that site includes insurance, servicing, … The 330pm for your Lexus using that site includes insurance, servicing, tax, breakdown, etc. The £169 for this is just the car cost, when those other needed thing are added it'll added up to the same, maybe. Not sure what Lexus it is but Lexus's are more expensive brand.But don't get me wrong I think this a good deal.



which site includes insurance with the deal ???

Seems quite a good deal, my wife bought the 1.6 Icon (non Hybrid) on a 3 year 0% financed PCP, which costs £240 / month (£8,640 over 3 years). However we can pay the other £8640 / 50% balance off after 3 years and keep the car. The hybrid was quite a bit more expensive than the £17,200 we paid also.

phatbhoy

Family of 5 and a dog. Too small?



yep too small

kalico

If this is the petrol electric one then it must be the UK's cheapest … If this is the petrol electric one then it must be the UK's cheapest electric vehicle, no?



It ain't an electric vehicle. It's a hybrid-electric, petrol with a big fat battery like a Prius

Anyone know why they're asking about marginal rate of income tax if it's a personal lease?!

Now £189.99 a month. Was a good deal though.

The link shows 189pm and 1139 upfront......

Is this a PHEV? I could google it but I'm feeling lazy.

oddballjamie

Is this a PHEV? I could google it but I'm feeling lazy.



No. Cheaper version of a lexus ct pretty much.

jaydeeuk1

No. Cheaper version of a lexus ct pretty much.



Thanks, would've been tempting if it had been one.

Had a Corolla in Oz for three weeks, petrol auto, sapped the life from me. Made me wanna come home.

do you get the £5000 pound grant from the government for electric cars? or not cause this is a lease?

faddy224

do you get the £5000 pound grant from the government for electric cars? … do you get the £5000 pound grant from the government for electric cars? or not cause this is a lease?



I think you're drunker than me. Lease a car for £108, lay off the glue.

faddy224

do you get the £5000 pound grant from the government for electric cars? … do you get the £5000 pound grant from the government for electric cars? or not cause this is a lease?



its not an electric car
so no you dont

mrwhitelabel

its not an electric carso no you dont



Plug in hybrids do qualify for the grant, however leases don't.

Lazder

Who has the money in this country to pay £5000 for using a car for 2 … Who has the money in this country to pay £5000 for using a car for 2 years!!!!We all buy used cars for £500.


Is that the £500 car that gets less than 30mpg so costs over £2000/year in petrol at 10k miles
PLUS the £200+ car tax
PLUS the major repair bill at every MOT
People in this country are so **** dumb they have no idea of the massive cost of servicing a bankrupt economy and an old POS at the same time

this looks like a cracking deal. Bough a mk4 golf exactly a year ago, cost £3000. bought from a friend who was emigrating and had a full deal service history. to date it's cost me £1981 in repairs & now has developed an injector fault & these are £400 each to replace.

Ok the car is prob worth £2000 now, so it's cost me nearly £3000 to own this car a year. If I keep it the maintenance costs shouldn't increase very much but there's always this worry of an unexpected problem.


The wife bought a brand new Q3 last year & apart from depreciation it's cost nothing but fuel and insurance. Plus theses peace of mind nothing should go wrong.


Wish I'd bought brand new or leased a car now :-(

oddballjamie

Plug in hybrids do qualify for the grant, however leases don't.



but this isnt a plug in hybrid so whether you but or lease you wont get it on this car

justanotherpunter

Is that the £500 car that gets less than 30mpg so costs over £2000/year i … Is that the £500 car that gets less than 30mpg so costs over £2000/year in petrol at 10k milesPLUS the £200+ car taxPLUS the major repair bill at every MOTPeople in this country are so **** dumb they have no idea of the massive cost of servicing a bankrupt economy and an old POS at the same time



Why does a £500 used car automatically get 30mpg?
A Peugeot 106 diesel can get twice that or go for and older Pug and run it on veg oil.

Sick of people justifying new car purchases with saving money, it's nonsense. It's as bad as the school run 4x4s, just incase they have to park half on a kerb.

Get a new car because you want one a new car and stuff what everyone thinks.

mrwhitelabel

but this isnt a plug in hybrid so whether you but or lease you wont get … but this isnt a plug in hybrid so whether you but or lease you wont get it on this car



It's not loft insulation or a toaster either. What are you getting at?

oddballjamie

It's not loft insulation or a toaster either. What are you getting at?


faddy224 was under the impression that this was an electric car and queried if it would get the government grant , or not as it was a lease deal

I pointed out that
a, it was not an electric car
b. it was not eligible for a governement grant.

not sure what youre getting at...

mrwhitelabel

faddy224 was under the impression that this was an electric car and … faddy224 was under the impression that this was an electric car and queried if it would get the government grant , or not as it was a lease dealI pointed out that a, it was not an electric carb. it was not eligible for a governement grant.not sure what youre getting at...



TBF you were fairly vague about the lease part of it, I clarified it, that's all.

Tommy_K

this looks like a cracking deal. Bough a mk4 golf exactly a year ago, … this looks like a cracking deal. Bough a mk4 golf exactly a year ago, cost £3000. bought from a friend who was emigrating and had a full deal service history. to date it's cost me £1981 in repairs & now has developed an injector fault & these are £400 each to replace.Ok the car is prob worth £2000 now, so it's cost me nearly £3000 to own this car a year. If I keep it the maintenance costs shouldn't increase very much but there's always this worry of an unexpected problem.The wife bought a brand new Q3 last year & apart from depreciation it's cost nothing but fuel and insurance. Plus theses peace of mind nothing should go wrong.Wish I'd bought brand new or leased a car now :-(



Your wife chose well, Q3s depreciate slowly. In fairness it's probably cost less than your Golf over the last 12 months.

Toyota do so much so well - it's just a pity their cars are so BORING!

Besford

Toyota do so much so well - it's just a pity their cars are so BORING!



Although the GT86 looks fairly fun.

my wife and I want to buy or first car particularly as we have a baby on the way. I don't drive (yet) but will soon (hopefully) if I get my provisional licence back.

She's Canadian and can only Dove automatics in the UK. Don't know whether to buy new, old or lease.

We use City Car Club for the moment but want to commit buying a vehicle.

An suggestions on how we should go?

Bhoy Fett

my wife and I want to buy or first car particularly as we have a baby on … my wife and I want to buy or first car particularly as we have a baby on the way. I don't drive (yet) but will soon (hopefully) if I get my provisional licence back.She's Canadian and can only Dove automatics in the UK. Don't know whether to buy new, old or lease.We use City Car Club for the moment but want to commit buying a vehicle.An suggestions on how we should go?



As you're a new driver, you are statistically more likely to have a bump in your first year.

First year I'd go used, then go from there.

oddballjamie

Although the GT86 looks fairly fun.



But the roof doesn't come off so that one's out, otherwise it might have replaced my MX5.
Had Focus and Corolla hire cars back to back on a trip to NZ - Toyota nearly sent me to sleep.
Good, reliable cars for people with absolutely no interest in cars - and as for the 'Pious'!
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