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Kia Stonic SUV 1.4 98 2 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] Lease @ Yes Lease - £300 Up Front / £189pm x Years = £7,104
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
Kia Stonic SUV 1.4 98 2 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] £189 per month 3 year lease no deposit £300 processing fee x

Hi could you tell mw where did u get that deal? Thankss


Thanks, test drove one today, was not bad


I know two Niro owners both previously had the sportage , Have also driven, great car


considering a KIA Niro (Hybrid not PHEV) Any experiences with KIA overall or a Niro?


my mum had a nissan juke, it had a rattle in the engine compartment when going over rough roads, seemed a bit dodgy. she had to get rid of it because the automatic cvt gearbox started making a noise, cvt gearbox failure is a common thing for jukes (and can cost about 5k for a new box). i liked the car , how it drove , how it looked, and its comfort, but its mpg was 40mpg as opposed to about 50 mpg in her new cvt honda jazz, plus nissan seem to have reliability problems.

Good deal for the spec! - Ford Kuga SUV 2WD 1.5 T EcoBoost 150 ST-Line 5Dr Manual £239.99 p/m 36 months - £8639.64 annual mileage 8000 - Yes lease
Found 30th JulFound 30th Jul
Ford Kuga SUV 2WD 1.5 T EcoBoost 150 ST-Line 5Dr Manual [Start Stop]

Who mentioned roundabouts? My partner turned over a Kia Sorento ....not on a roundabouts!!!


Unfortunately, It's still a Ford !


No no they roll like clarksons three wheeler


That would be good going given, as you say, others appear to get, on average, nearer 33mpg.


Several things I would point out about this. We have a Kuga on lease (67 plate which we got in February). Firstly I would test drive the ST model first, we loved the look but hated the drive, the suspension is awful. Secondly the fuel economy on these is dire, we get 38mpg combined, on the Quashqai we had before this we avaeraged 56mpg and the Sportage before that was 52mpg. We have the 2.0l diesel version. Other with the 1.5 have reported even worse fuel economy.

1 + 35 Lease Volkswagen Tiguan  2.0 TDI 150 SE Nav  Manual 10K Miles p.a. - 263.99 pcm + £300 Fee = 9803.64 or £272.32 pcm net @ Yes Lease
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Yes Lease. 3 Year lease with 1 month initial. Am personally looking for a 24 month lease at a good price for this car, but may help some...

Lol... Not being as good as another don't make you bad at your job... Just means someone else is better (angel) . May have just been my luck!


I negotiate a lot in my job, some reasonable numbers. Work with a large amount of suppliers and I used to think I was rather good at negotiating. My wife, far superior than me at most things, is also rather good, worked for a large company where her direct annual spend just under 200 million a year with suppliers. Might consider employing you as we are obviously rather bad at our jobs :D :D Good work though, I saw another R line today, as our one comes to the end in October, might have to consider another Tiguan, might get the LW base one, need a bigger boot.


There's always room for movement, hence, why it can always be negotiated. Initially I was going to get an SEL at this price, but with a bit of homework, I managed to get the R-Line at this price.


The numbers are the numbers. Sometimes on these there isn't much movement on the numbers.


Got to know how to negotiate... ;) It was ordered through G2L. Car was also delivered in 2 weeks 8) . However, it wasn't 10k it was 9k. But that wouldn't/shouldn't make that much of a difference.

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BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo Hatchback 630i M Sport 5dr Auto 2 year lease 8000mpa @ Yes Lease - £3,121 deposit / £347pm x 23 months = £11,097
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
£3121 deposit followed by 23 payments of £347. Seems to be Business Users only. Not for everyone but good price compared to other recent lease deals here
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Thats where marketing got involved and tried to upsell the cars. IMO its a good engine (still develops a lot of horses) but whether it deserves a x30 badge is a different matter. You can get similar performance by chipping the stock 2.0L 190 option. What they seemed to have done is got rid of all the ×23, x25 & x28s pushed the x30 down the scale and pushed the x40 and x50 as the big engined non-M option


This all stemmed from my original comment about this car having a measly 2 litre engine under a 630 badge. Sign of the times I suppose


Can't believe an Astra vxr and a BMW GT are being spoken about in the same sentence. Agreed the Astra does the 0 to 60 in 6 odd seconds, but in comparison a La Ferrari has 4 wheels as does a Ford Fiesta. End of point...


Nothing to do with manufactuer finances. Because vehicle taxation in Europe is now based on CO2 emissions, manufacturers naturally optimise their engines to achieve the lowest possible CO2.


The flagship Astra engine is the 2.0 from the VXR line. The 1.6 sits firmly below this - not top, not bottom - therefore making it middle of the range. Not really sure why everyone’s disagreeing about this

Smart ForFour for 4 Years 96.99 No Deposit (Term total £4655.52) @ Yes Lease
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Not for everyone but seems like a good deal to me: £96.99 incl VAT monthly rentals Personal contract hire Contract term : 48 months Rental profile : 1 + 47 Annual mileage : 8… Read more

How much was it, did you take a loan, if yes, at what percentage, how much is it worth now? The i10 was always given lots of credit for being good and cheap but the i20 was always much nicer, in looks and how it seemed to be put together.


Joke post, surely?


Looked like a great deal initially, until I saw you can pay another £1900 and you can buy a 2017 model under 1 year old with around 10,000 miles on the clock and can sell it in four years time (or sooner), and do not have to worry about the inevitable scratch or dent. Indeed there is one on ebay which is 7 months old for £4999 which has had cat c damage but has been repaired


Just got one of these for my mum who used to have the previous version of the brabus forfour which was brilliant. This is a very different type of car but she really wanted a smart again and something a bit different. Got it for the £96 per month and its been registered before 1st april so is tax free. Being delivered wednesday. Taking into account the cheaper insurance than her current Kia and the fact she wont need breakdown cover or tax this new car will be costing around £70 per month and gets delivered a week today. I understand the car is not for everyone and the pure model is strange in that it had very little “comfort” equipment but is very well specced with safety equipment. As this is a deals site and this car or similar cannot now be had for anything even close to that initial price and monthly payment id say this was the best deal available ive seen on the site for a while. As a side note yes lease have also been very good to deal with and i will probably make them first port of call for the wife when her 207 becomes unviable to continue


"quite" like it? I bloody love the look of the Cactus. My old Volvo v50 just won't die thou :(

Ford Focus Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line Navigation 5dr 6960 36m @ Yes-lease
Found 9th MarFound 9th Mar
Personal contract hire ★ ONE OF OUR TOP DEALS ★ £184.99 incl VAT monthly rental £184.99 incl VAT initial rental Personal contract hire Ford Focus Hatchback 1.0 EcoBo… Read more
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In fact, here's a quote from an Autocar review I found... sums it up perfectly. ------------- Amazingly, the car is even long-legged. You've got to be indicating nearly 90mph before the tacho shows 3000rpm in sixth, and it can maintain this up hill and down dale. It is already clear, however, that like Fiat's TwinAir this Focus triple is an economy car for the willing. We turned 52mpg on a medium-fast, 80-mile trip through southern Spain, where another crew, not much faster, returned economy in the late 30s. You have to understand Ford's triple to make it sing for its supper. -------------


You end up eating an inferior alternative to real mashed potato, but you still feel all warm and tingly inside as you reminisce about the 80's TV advert with the tin-can alien family. Enjoy!


I do understand that some driving styles won't suit these cars, but it's inappropriate to blame the car. I remember the TG test, and it was deploying a Prius in completely unsuitable conditions. If the test was reversed, then the M3 would also have been embarrassed. but that too wouldn't have been a fair test, as no one buys an m3 to squeeze out economy. And I'm sorry, but 'lack the ability to pull average speeds and overtake ...' etc... I've driven the wifes car plenty, I've also done a couple of runs to Scotland and back on various routes (I drive a lot...) and I managed over 50mpg on a not slow good run. Yes, of course if you plant your foot, then the instant economy will plummet, but that, over a long run will average out. They are more than capable of overtaking, as I demonstrated last sunday when I picked up a NIP for doing 69 in a 60 limit as I overtook a Sunday driver on a country road...( as I said, we live rural...)...! It IS horses for courses, but we get better performance, AND better economy from this car than we did from the wifes last car, a 1.2 non turbo fiesta over the same roads with the same loads and a driving style adapted to suit the car.


You don't entirely regain the efficiency lost when you go down the hill unfortunately no. The point I was making was one proved by Topgear a few seasons ago. A Toyota Prius Vs an M3. The M3 was more efficient when doing speeds where the Prius was having to push. Having said that 45mpg isn't too bad I don't think I'd achieve that but that's irrelevant. I guess the cars these days represent the people driving them. Lack the ability to pull at average speeds and overtake slower moving traffic.


We own one (the 125 titanium version to be specific), and no you don't have "your foot on the floor", try changing gear? . And you do realise that if you have to go up a hill, you'll also at some point, go down a hill and regain that efficiency lost? Over 10k of real driving, my not so efficient wife has managed an average of 45mpg in hers, we live pretty rural, so also includes an uncommon mix of short spurts up to higher than usual speeds, so I think that's pretty damn good for a car this size, often travelling with 3 people in it. The efficiency and benefit of these little turbo cars is ENTIRELY down to how you drive it.

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Skoda KODIAQ2.0 TDI SE 4x4 5dr - £226.43pm rental £2037.85 initial + £300 admin = £7,772.17 at Yes Lease
Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
Personal contract hire £226.43 incl VAT monthly rental £2037.85 incl VAT initial rental Contract term24 months Rental profile9 + 23 Annual mileage8000 Processing fee£300.00 Fin… Read more

What you got is what I'm after. The 1.5 Karoq or 1.4 Ateca, but I'd maybe go either manual or automatic. Only seeing 1.6 TDI Atecas in that kinda price range ATM.


On what planet is the OP living on if they think this is a good deal.


Not strictly true. Whilst the Kodiaq is obvious larger than the Karoq, they both run on the same MQB platform (just as the current B8 Superb does). The Touareg/Q7 run on the larger MLBevo platform (just like the Cayenne and the Bentayga and the new Audi Q8).


Some people comparing Kodiaq to the Tiguan/Karoq/Ateca when in actuality its based on the Touareg/Q7 platform. I suggest doing some research. Simspons Skoda here have the same model for £7067 with no fees and if you go direct to a main dealer who values customers and passes on the rebates that VWFS are offering you could get this for a bit cheaper. (Email/call around the lancaster/jardine group and you will see what I mean) Yes its a lot of car for the money and the only reason I chose not to go for it was due to the fact its a manual. I went for the 1.5 DSG Karoq instead at £5250 when that deal cropped up - again direct from a dealer. I suggest anyone looking into leasing uses brokers as a benchmark and approaches main dealers to price match. That way theres no fees, you deal direct in case of any pricing errors (A6 anyone?) and you have peace of mind dealing with a dealer direct. Not to say brokers are all crap, some are good but I have been stung in the past. Anyway I'm rambling and the users of this site hate leases anyway. Happy hunting :D


£7.61/net/month or £182.56 over the total period cheaper here:

Mercedes-Benz E Class Diesel Cabriolet E220d AMG Line 2dr 9G-Tronic Personal £7775.83 including admin fee and deposit @ Yes lease
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Yes lease have been good to me in the past and have discounted a deal further. This might be worth a call up if you’re in the market for a car of this spec...this will not disappoi… Read more

Gotta agree, had e220 and now e350d both have so many eletrocal problems , rattles and powerless engine after new co2 update. Going to audi next..


But on a car like this you will lose way more than 2k, and more likely more than the lease costs. You also have the faf of selling private, or losing on a trade in. Lease is easier and cheaper if you pick the right lease.


As per my response to defgimp, the car was launched in 2017 so it's safe to assume that he / she is looking at the previous model and not the current model. I've been searching for the new shape daily and the cheapest I can find one for is £36,700. No car would reduce that drastically within such a short period, after 3 years all vehicles lose around half their original value yes but not within months like what's stated. Thanks.


Could you post the link for the one at £25k?! I've been searching high and low daily and the cheapest one I can find one for is £36,700. Also this car was only launched in 2017, so I think you have been looking at the previous shape / model! A link would be useful just to confirm, thanks.


See above the post from defgimp. Over 1/2 years the car goes from being worth £45k to £25k. So when you resell you lose £20k not £2k.

Ford Focus Hatchback 1.0 140 ST-Line Navigation £179.04 a month no deposit + £300 processing fee (Total over 3 years £6745.44) - Yes Lease
Found 13th Dec 2017Found 13th Dec 2017
Just looking around at what cars are around for when i renew and came across this deal that seems pretty cheap, i did want a 2 year but it seems a lot of places are doing the 3 yea… Read more
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what is the cost of servicing etc?


"lease cars tend to have a bit of mileage and other registered owners" I have never leased but my understanding is that the lease company is the only registered owner and the only mileage is delivery, particularly those cars that are not in stock at time of order, so as new as any other?




There are pros and cons for both purchase and leasing. I looked at this recently after my son leased a 1.0 ST Fiesta, same engine as this. It goes very well. However the Focus is a bit heavier and not sure if I would buy one. However Nissan are putting a 1.2 litre in their Qashqai and look at the size of one of theirs. Small turbo engines make these fly but only time will tell how reliable they are. My wife changed her car in August and we looked at the lease deal as it meant we could have a new car instead of one up to two years old. We were looking at a 66 plate Vauxhall Mokka to buy and compared it to a two year lease but in the end we decided the best deal for us was to buy it outright and not lease. My wife does about 5k a year and at the time the Mokka was about £200 per month and I think about £1200 up front on a lease deal. We decided that as we are both older it would be best to buy. If either one of us lost our jobs at least we cold get rid of the car compared to having a lease stuck round our necks. Remember that it is harder to get jobs sometimes when you are older. Also your guarantee of health is less too and as we found out recently, only 2 months after buying the car my wife is going to have to give up work due to ill health. She may never drive again so imagine the predicament with a lease deal. As we bought the car cash we can easily sell it if we decide. We discussed lease deals with three different sales guys and when we mentioned the subject of being older and approaching retirement years they all agreed that purchase was the best option. From a depreciation point of view at least with a lease deal you have fixed costs for the next 24/36 months but with purchase it can be a bit of a minefield. We lost £3100 on our 12 plate Fiesta purchased in 2014, part exchanged exactly 3 years later so I don't think that's bad all. We know we will lose more on the Mokka in the same timeframe as it's newer and cost quite a bit more to buy than the Fiesta.


Yea it's very impressive. 3.5lt V6 and can get up to 60MPG on some runs! Brakes are still fine due to regenerative braking too. Although the servicing costs are quite high, and the infotainment system is pretty pants.... I'm saving up for a Tesla next though.... (nerd) Second hand Model S me thinks....!

Nissan Qashqai Diesel 1.5 dCi Acenta [Smart Vision] 5dr Personal contract hire @ £215.74/Month inc VAT for 3yrs (£7766.64 total) & mileage 10K with YesLease
Found 14th Oct 2017Found 14th Oct 2017
Total for 3 yrs. 215.74 × 36 = £7766.64 No Deposit Personal Lease Deal £215.74 Per month, including VAT Personal contract hireContract term: 36 months Rental profile: 1 + 35 Annua… Read more

If deposit is not an issue, I make this one £7,350. Here


Are you comparing apples with pears?


Voted hot. Good deal to me that


Buy a 12 reg for cash and its yours!


Plus the £300 processing fee.

Citroën DS3 1.2 PureTech - 12 month lease, no deposit, 12 x 175.19 + 300 fee = £2,402.28 @ YesLease
Found 10th Oct 2017Found 10th Oct 2017
Citroën DS3 1.2 PureTech Petrol 1.2 PureTech 82 Connected Chic 3dr Personal Lease 12 Month Lease 10,000 Miles Per Year NO DEPOSIT FREE ROAD TAX

Car delivered today. DS3 in black. lots of toys. Drives ok, steering very light and very little torque but perfect town car for the money.


Ordered one as a cheapish 12 month nothing to worry about motor. Gets delivered on Tuesday. Slow yes but well specced and comfortable town car.


The finance and the driver can be completely different afaik


£63.68 cheaper if you don't mind paying a deposit:


noob Q: can my dad buy this and I drive the car as second driver ? Since I bad credit history. And I am certain they will do credit check which I am sure out of commission lol ;(

Mercedes-Benz A Class Diesel Hatchback A200d AMG Line 5dr £6513.36 @ Yes lease
Found 1st Oct 2017Found 1st Oct 2017
No Deposit Personal Lease Deal Just £248.89 Per month, including VAT Personal contract hire Contract term: 24 months Rental profile: 1 + 23 Annual mileage: 10,000 Production statu… Read more
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Expired? Link not working


It's a lease. Who cares.


I just see diesel as a liability these days. Gov always thinking of taxing them out of existence, especially labour if they get in next time..


OK can you let me know where you buy Audi car from and which one you've bought and price paid thanks


The deal is no longer on the website and they didn’t get back to me so possibly ended?

Skoda Octavia 2.0 TDI CR SE Technology 2yr lease/PCH 10k miles/pa equiv £194/month @ Hub Leasing
Found 21st Sep 2017Found 21st Sep 2017
Seen as today is post a Skoda deal day (highfive) ... For those who may be after the diesel equivalent, here's a benchmark price for 2 years vehicle hire for sub £5k... and would… Read more

That's basic economics... pre-Adam Smith.


Worse performing currency in the past twelve months.


That is overly simplistic. A strong economy can increase imports and exports, exports being high will increase spending power which will increase imports. Our strong currency has more effect on reducing our exports and increasing our imports than patriotism ever will. Even if it has been weak lately.


Only on licence, i.e Santana in Spain.


It's basic economics, if the UK is exporting products they are adding value to the UK and ultimately yourself in property value and income. By importing a product you are decreasing the value of the economy and adding it to the exporting countries value. A strong economy exports more than it imports, simple as that.

Volvo S90 Diesel Saloon 2.0 D4 R DESIGN 4dr Geartronic £300.59 per month for 2 years = 1+23 (2 yr lease/10k annual milage) £7514.16 @ Yes lease
Found 21st Sep 2017Found 21st Sep 2017
Volvo S90 R design brand new for 2 years lease deal on personal contract hire with a payment of 300.59 GBP per upfront and further 23 months rent of the same amount. 300 GBP upfron… Read more

Well I might look at that if they offer it. While I don’t fancy paying the mot just think of the deposit you are saving on the next car. That said I love new cars :). I would probably get another a4 if the price was right but I know it’s going to be more than the deal I took. Glad it helped


Thanks Stan!! Done that! It helped!!! They have also offered me the third year for 178 a month and 13000 miles but not sure if I should take the third year or not as thinking about responsibility of getting another service and an MOT


I have an a4 on similar miles. It was suggested I ring up and say my job has changed and can I increase my payments to save money? I increased to 45000 miles and my payment has increased to the equivalent of half the excess mileage charge. Saved me a fair bit of cash at the end of the deal :). Hope it helps


No worries, cheers anyway.


Price has changed too on the one I saw...

Mercedes-Benz C Class Saloon C200 SE 4dr £221.18 PM (total cost £11,197.82) @ Yes Lease
Found 20th Sep 2017Found 20th Sep 2017
Mercedes-Benz C Class Saloon C200 SE 4dr 2 litre petrol manual £221.18 initial £221.18 per month £360.00 processing fee total cost £11,197.82 4 year lease, 10k miles per year. an… Read more
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I would go for this in a flash if it were an automatic. I would imagine that the good price on these is because they can't sell manuals and have them in stock.


Firstly, your sums are wrong: should be £10,976.64 total or £228.68/net.mth. Secondly, "an absolute steal" it is not - as monkeyhanger75 has mentioned, it goes beyond the warranty and MOT-free period. Thirdly, it's cheaper elsewhere for the same term by £188.32 for the total term, which will pay for two tanks of fuel:

SomebodE Initial rental at 634.57 47 payments at 211.34 Processing fee at 360 Total 10,936.01


A friend of mine has one of these as a company car and he hates it. Not the end of the world on a 2 year term, but 4 years is a long time to be stuck with a car if you don't get on with it, or if you have a change of circumstances. Not bad though if you're happy to tie yourself in for such a length of time.

Drive a new Citroen C3 for one year for £167.99 per month - £300 documentation fees - £2258.28 @ Yes lease
Found 19th Sep 2017Found 19th Sep 2017
I was really frustrated when my ford fiesta (2002) caught fire while driving to Snowdonia and decided to buy a new car. The cheapest new car I buy would lose about £2200 in one yea… Read more

most likely 10k but not sure.


Do you remember what was the recommended mileage?


I got the C4 Cactus from last year and its 12 months service or once it reaches certain mileage.


10,000miles as specified by the OP. Read it, Read it


Only colour that's no cost seems to be Almond Green.

Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI S Line 4dr [Leather/Alc] Personal contract hire - 10k Miles - £245.22 per month + £809.82 initial payment + £360 vehicle sourcing fee (Negotiable) at Yes Lease - £6675.72
Found 25th Aug 2017Found 25th Aug 2017
List price of this car is £30,460. Total payable over 2 years will be £6675.72
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Well indeed - same car cheaper in plenty of other places. G2L offering it for £6,481.76 all-in, which is £8/net/month cheaper.






This isn't a great deal. Fairly normal price.


Same here as well! i30 has been great. Come on Hyundai show us a deal again.

Mazda 6 Diesel Saloon 2.2d SE-L Nav 4dr 2 year lease from Yes Lease for a total of £800.40
Found 6th Aug 2017Found 6th Aug 2017
Possible misprice, Mazda 6 Diesel Saloon 2.2d SE-L Nav 4dr for £165.60 + 23 payments of £27.60. There is no admin fee so the total over the two years is £800.40.

I found a similar deal on Lease Shop on Sunday. I messaged them over Facebook and got a response surprisingly in 10 mins. They said Mazda had put the details wrong in the system that then gets filtered down to the lease companies. A couple of months ago I found a Volvo V40 for something like £75 deposit and £23 a month on Yes Lease. I called them up and they said someone had got the decimal point in the wrong place. Happens quite often apparently


About 3 minutes unfortunately.


I don't blame the OP for posting it, as a deal is a deal and it is in black and white to be seen. However it's not one of those old HUKD 'got to be in it to win it' type things and while I do trust the company and don't think my details will be harvested, they will probably pester you a bit if you hand your details over - Tilsun Vehicle Contracts did this to me (I cancelled after they didn't disclose a 9-month wait for the car).


Less than 30 seconds 😝


Did we conclude this was just a mistake and no one rented the car for the amount quoted?

Nissan QashQai lease with Yes Lease - £227 per month x 36 months = £8172
Found 2nd Aug 2017Found 2nd Aug 2017
New to leasing but this seems like a good deal: £227 a month for 36 months (no large initial payment) 10,000 miles per year. seems like a good spec on a sort after SUV, welcome any… Read more

You own electric then? Which probably caused more pollution creating it.


Not current model. There is no 1.5 dCi N-Connecta currently on sale. Stopped in April 2017 with the first version of the Qashqai J11. That has been replaced by the 1.6 dCi 130 N-Connecta.


polluting diesel vehicle, voted cold


But it says production status = current model?


Just to let you know i am looking for leases at the moment and this deal helped me loads. The processing fee at £300 is bit high compared to some lease compaines but still a strong deal for this car at this spec. Thanks

VW Polo GTI DSG 8k for 3 yrs for 209.99 / mth £7560 FOR 3 YEARS (not 2 years!!!!) @ Yes Lease
Found 6th Jul 2017Found 6th Jul 2017
This seems like an awesome deal. Polo GTI with the DSG gearbox for £210 a month. This is a 3 year deal folks, not a 2 year.
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Time will tell as regards price, but the GTi model is expected to be available straight from launch this time around. Therefore we may see it in showrooms some time around this coming Christmas.


Expect the GTI to turn up 9-12 months after the launch models of lower spec/performance. If you want a Polo GTI, you've still got a year to wait if you want the new model, and likely not available as a lease at launch. Inevitably, the list price for the new model will be higher than this one also - might be worth leasing this now and getting the new one in 2 years time when the new GTI has been out for a year.


Add a grand to the GFV to see what you're actually going to get in p/x as a "hook" for positive equity for the next one, if you're PCPing and stay with VW - Car dealers want margin on the p/x as well as the new one you'll buy to replace it, and they always offer more for their own marque because no-one goes to a Ford used dealer to buy a nearly new VW and vice-versa.


Possibly yes, but your previous post made it sound like the whole £10,000 would disappear.


But the GFV is not what the car is worth. Thats a trade price used to calculate the lease. Add £2k ish to get a retail price