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All Yes Lease Deals, Discounts & Sales for May 2020

Skoda Scala Hatchback, 1+23 months lease, no fee, 8k miles per year £184 pm / Total £4416 @ Yes-Lease
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Total cost of lease (inc VAT) £4416.00 Total cost of extras (inc VAT) £0.00 Processing fee (inc VAT) £0.00 Finance doc fee … Read more
Will4long

I ended up with Scala SE L with the 1.5L engine, metallic paint and tailgate design pack on 8,000 miles per annum. 6+23 @ £170.28

LakimAmber

And I went for this, DSG is decent with the new car and totally the deal makes sense even at this price

RachelKay

I messaged but they’d sold out so got offered the same car but they wanted another £29 p/m for metallic paint and auto so I’ve not bothered..! Yet...!

Glen_Williams

Hi mate... I ended off ordering the 1.5 TSI SE L for £205 a month. 10000miles a year... Really happy with the deal... Gets delivered in June sometime

jumbosausage

100% no cars at that price now.

Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.3 DIG-T 140 Acenta Premium 5Dr Manual @ Yes Lease - £472.24 Up Front / 23 x £196.24. Total Cost: £4,985.72
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Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.3 DIG-T 140 Acenta Premium 5Dr Manual @ Yes Lease - £472.24 Up Front / 23 x £196.24. Total Cost: £4,985.72
£4,985.72
Thought this looked like a good deal - cheapest I can find for this type of vehicle, unless you plump for something like a Vitara: No Deposit Personal Lease Deal Just £196.24 P… Read more
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codebee

Who said anyone NEEDS a brand new car? Wants and needs are obviously two totally different things that apply to different people in different circumstances. Such a pointless argument to make. It's like saying no one needs a brand new phone when they could just go buy a used one from a few years ago at a fraction of the price. Of course they could, and some people absolutely should when they can't afford a new phone. But I'm not sure if you're aware but sometimes people like to purchase new products. Crazy I know! :o

GGMI

Who send spend £20k? Why do you need a brand new car?

codebee

How many people have £20k laying around? It's my understanding that these kind of deals aren't so bad when you consider the depreciation over 2-3 years if you bought the same car outright. It's good if you want to drive new cars and change every couple of years.

Michaelgell91

My wife has the Hyundai Tucson se nav 230 deposit 230 a month for 10k miles 2 year contract. That includes a metallic colour would have been about 30 cheaper a month for the free colour. Similar spec reversing camera, nav, android auto etc..

GGMI

Just buy a car outright (confused)

Citroen Grand C4 Space Tourer £1800 down and £74.39 a month / £2918.29 total @ Yes Lease
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Citroen Grand C4 Space Tourer £1800 down and £74.39 a month / £2918.29 total @ Yes Lease
£2,918.29
I stumbled upon this by accident, but the monthly sums are so low, it works out cheaper than the 3+ and 6+ deals. Citroen, C4 SpaceTourer Grand MPV 1.2 PureTech 130 Feel 5Dr Manu… Read more
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trickytree1984

(lol) (lol) (lol)

steveieboy1

You’ll love his comment at the bottom...

KentishLad

And it's about 1m shorter, not in the same league. I do like the 2 Series though - practical & great BIK

karlie88

I think one of the main reasons is that 2 weeks ago, you could've got a 7 seater BMW over 2 years for less than £5k with 8k pa. 10k pa worked out at £5.1k. I know we haven't got a time machine...

Rickardo

I guess the high initial rental and only 12 months may put some people off. Plus the usual dissing of the manufacturer and type of car, I suppose.

Kia XCeed lease £136.39/month + £276 processing fee with no deposit for 24 months = £3549.36 total @ Yes Lease
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Kia XCeed lease £136.39/month + £276 processing fee with no deposit for 24 months = £3549.36 total @ Yes Lease
£3,549.36
This looks like an amazing deal for a new car with a good warranty. No Deposit Personal Lease Deal Just £136.39 Per month, including VAT Personal contract hire Contract term: 24 m… Read more
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blogiete007

it's every 12month or every 10k miles whichever comes first. so definitely you'll need at least one ;) can avoid 2nd by returning the car a few days earlier.

lloydyboy90

Would you have to get a service done before returning the vehicle?

fossman

The Yes Lease Terms and Conditions say you have 14 days from the date you were notified of the price increase to cancel your order, any money paid will be refunded.

Phlop0

I think some of your questions are a bit much. Who cares about the delivery driver getting back to work. Ask him to give you two rings so you know he got back okay if you want to. Who knows if the virus is inside. What's the best way to check the car?? Use your mince pies...

Da_St

What's gap insurance? Thanks

Nissan Leaf Hatch Elec 40kWh Tekna PCH - Total £7,581.32 (Deposit - £2,047.90 + £300 fee + 23 months at £227.54, 10k M pa) @ Yes Lease
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Nissan Leaf Hatch Elec 40kWh Tekna PCH - Total £7,581.32 (Deposit - £2,047.90 + £300 fee + 23 months at £227.54, 10k M pa) @ Yes Lease
£7,581.32
A great deal on a high speck leaf The 2019 Leaf needs little introduction. It is highly rated ( topgear.com/car…eaf ), reasonably fast with 150bhp and 0-62 at 7.9sec and 168M real… Read more
djdope

Initial Rental of£1,098.66 (excl. VAT) Processing Fee£165.00 (excl. VAT) Transaction Fee£0.00 StandardDelivery:£0.00 (excl. VAT) Followed by 23 rentals of£183.11 (excl. VAT)

ministrymason

How much was the NConnect

djdope

I ordered a n-connecta on Thursday from a different broker with delivery expected in early Feb. So you need to speak to your broker and they can find out what is in stock and for which colour/model

Bhopinder5

This was classed as in stock last week when I was enquiring

siksik6

Apologies if I've missed it, but what was the lead time on this deal? The last one was May availability, which put me off.

Nissan Leaf Hatch Elec 40kWh Acenta Auto PCH - Total £6011.66 (Deposit - £1,606.39 + £300 fee + 23 months at £178.49, 8k M pa) @ Yes Lease
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Nissan Leaf Hatch Elec 40kWh Acenta Auto PCH - Total £6011.66 (Deposit - £1,606.39 + £300 fee + 23 months at £178.49, 8k M pa) @ Yes Lease
£6,011.66
Sounds like an amazing deal for an electric car. Closest thing to the Hyundai Ioniq Electric deal that was on here a few months ago. I'm currently paying roughly £20-30 per month… Read more
deleted2410437

The conversation was about charging at home in the UK, totally irrelevant

zcaprd7

https://insideevs.com/news/393853/tesla-supercharging-cheaper-ionity/amp/ Welcome to the future...

h0m54r

A lease has to cover the depreciation of the vehicle over the lease period. Most cars depreciate 25% in their first year, so paying that much for two years’ lease is a pretty good deal. (This is probably because EVs have a slower depreciation curve) No idea what you’re trying to say in the second half of your message.

delfinostar

Not a very good deal, as car’s lease price is 25% value of the new car. But I would imagine for many people who doesn’t It and looking for a EV, would a good deal.

ministrymason

Seems same price as yes leasing but they will charge a £300 admin fee

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SEAT Leon Hatch 1.5 TSI EVO 130 SE 2 Year Lease £184.78 x 24 plus £300 admin £4734.72
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SEAT Leon Hatch 1.5 TSI EVO 130 SE 2 Year Lease £184.78 x 24 plus £300 admin £4734.72
£4,734.72
No deposit, looks like a good 2 year deal
leitchyleck

even stock cars ready to go will still require a 14 day cooling off period after you sign paperwork.

Philjames99

Leadtimes vary dependent upon what you decide to go for. I would suggest that you start to think about what your next car would be now and ask around the brokers to understand the factory order time scales. The Seat within this post was quoted to me by a provider at 26 weeks but will actually be available in September, however the provider will hang on to it until I need it in November. 'In Stock' cars usually need to be delivered within 6 weeks of order and in my experience tend to have the better deals. If you can wait for one of these, so if you are not too fussy, start placing orders end of August.

Philjames99

I would imagine your best bet would be a Skoda Octavia, massive boot and prices are cheap at the minute. Go to Vertu Lease Cars dot co dot uk

Pointlessusername

Cheers.:... if this comes to fruition it’s probably close to the %age you mention.

titchmiester18

Anyone know how far in advance I should start looking/order a car. My current lease run s out in November and would be looking for something like this.thanks

VW Polo GTI (200bhp) - 2 Year Lease - 5K mpa - £300 Admin Fee - £229.26pm - Total Cost: £5,819 @ Yes Lease
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VW Polo GTI (200bhp) - 2 Year Lease - 5K mpa - £300 Admin Fee - £229.26pm - Total Cost: £5,819 @ Yes Lease
£5,819
I don’t think this is a bad deal for a decent hot hatch, considering it’s not far off being a Golf GTI, seems to get decent reviews List price of £20k + 2 year lease @ £229.26 p… Read more
Pointlessusername

(y)

SteHuz90

In the past with lease cars I have asked to buy and both times they have given me a price, maybe some do and some don’t. I ordered a new lease car a couple of days ago and they said I wont have the option to buy at the end but the others also said the same. They still need to make money from the car after the lease is up so I guess selling it to you and not having to arrange pick up etc, incurring extra costs, would be a logical option.

Pointlessusername

Are you mixing up PCP and leasing? There isn’t a large final payment option with a lease. Do dealers give leasers an option to buy?? Unsure.

Els1e

It's a 2 yr contract and, according to the Skoda paperwork I cannot but the car at the end of the lease period.

MarioMan

How long is the lease for? And are you planning to buy it after for the final payment? Thanks

SEAT Arona 1+23 Months x £245.23 - Total Cost - £5,885.52 , No Processing Fee, 10k Miles @ Yes Lease
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SEAT Arona 1+23 Months x £245.23 - Total Cost - £5,885.52 , No Processing Fee, 10k Miles @ Yes Lease
£5,885
Seems like a decent deal for a SEAT Arona 1 litre petrol motor. No processing fee and only 1 x initial payment plus 23. Warranty and breakdown included.
formsm2000comp

This is correct. Leases are all about percentages so had to vote cold sorry op. If I can extend my Volvo lease from 18 months to 24 months at the same monthly payments. Will work out about 15% of the value.

smckirdy

How would I know what an Ibiza is or isn't? All cars are made by different companies for different purposes and cost metrics. This is why I said ridiculous, your effectively arguing with yourself by bringing up irrelevant details to a generality. My exact point is there IS fuel efficiency variation, it is minor and not necessarily one way or the other. That's the whole crux of my original post and you've just agreed with it. My comments in regard to power are about the risk of the vehicle being underpowered because you have a belief it's more efficient with the smaller engine option. This isn't universal in any way, the smaller engine option can lead to a less efficient vehicle, and in response to the specific point won't need filled up any more or less often because of that one factor. In these mini SUVs underpowered options are common and has been for many many years because they are typically built off platforms and engines that are from standard parts and while the engines get tuned the body shape and aero efficiency of an SUV is worse and they tend to be heavier. This very commonly makes them less efficient than they could be, and a bit weedy to drive IF they are under powered. But the reasons irrelevant frankly, the fact is in a lot of models of small SUV the most fuel efficient version is more often than not the middle of the ground. You seem to be arguing that some specific cars aren't under powered. Which is quite correct, some cars aren't, some cars are and they tend to be these mini SUVs. I was merely informing the OP not to base purchasing on an invalid assumption.

endo123

I’ve got a 1ltr new Skoda Karoq which is bigger than this and it’s totally fine. It flies in lower gears and only struggles a little overtaking on motorways which I’m rarely doing.

MIDURIX

No need to say what I'm saying is ridiculous and hilarious really is there? It's quite possible to agree and disagree on some points and not have to go that far thanks. So you would consider an Ibiza to be a single person runaround? you are missing one point, the Ibiza is near identical in weight, 0-62 time etc to the Arona. My points are based on you saying that a 95ps engine is not good enough for an SUV, but in this case it is. At work people have the 95ps Ibiza and 110ps Fabias and they are all capable of carrying 5 people just fine. I understand your points about a large engine possibly being more fuel efficient than a smaller one under load, but the difference between an Ibiza with one person and 5 people to the mpg is very very small. There are cars which weigh about 1100kg with one engine and then that same engine is put into a 1500kg vehicle, the hp/ps is the same, but the level of tune may be a bit different, but the mpg is not radically different.

noh

The Arona with the 1.0l 115ps engine and the six speed gearbox in my experience is not underpowered. We have owned one since September last year. I expected it to feel underpowered but it surprised me by being nippy around town and good on the motorway. It is not classed as a SUV it is a compact crossover and is essentially a taller Ibiza giving a raised driving position and a roomier cabin.

Volvo, V90 Estate 2.0 T4 190 Momentum Plus 5Dr Auto [Start Stop] PCH 24 months 10k miles/year £8693.62 @ Yes Lease
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Volvo, V90 Estate 2.0 T4 190 Momentum Plus 5Dr Auto [Start Stop] PCH 24 months 10k miles/year £8693.62 @ Yes Lease
£8,693.62
It works out at £362.23 per month.
R0adRat

Yes personal lease, direct with a Volvo dealer. They tried to match this deal but only had ones with Metallic Paint, winter pack and tinted windows available , so I paid a little more for one with the extras....it was 6 months ago though!

RUGAAL

Lease? Provided source for this offer youre on please?

5Rivers79

Then it’s irrelevant to this deal..right? (nerd)

andymagic

https://www.specsavers.co.uk/ Poster said 'perfectly decent' not brand new.

5Rivers79

You can buy a similar new car for far less? Link please.

Volkswagen, T-Roc SUV 2wd 1.6 TDI 115 SE 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] - 1+36 £226.18 per month plus £300 admin fee £8668.66 @ Yes Lease
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Volkswagen, T-Roc SUV 2wd 1.6 TDI 115 SE 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] £226.18 deposit plus £300 admin fee, £226.18 per month. 3 year lease deal 5000 miles per annum Total cost £8668.6… Read more
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ILikeJam

Yes they are!

steviedee

Good idea... greet car is the XC90... (y)

ILikeJam

Add another £300 to the initial and £300 a month and you could have a Volvo XC90... Add another £5000... etc

steviedee

Add another £1200 to the deposit and payments of £220 per month (with 10k per year, 3 year deal) and you can have an Octavia Vrs...

roll_me_some

Lease deals are rare now though? I was pretty much doing the same thing before but recently all decent lease deals especially with automatic transmission are 50 pounds too much. Probably the new VED has pushed prices up too much

Hyundai Tucson 1.6 GDI SE Nav 36 Month Lease. £219.60 down then £219.60 per month (1+35) - Total Cost £8,205.60 @ Yes Lease
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Hyundai Tucson 1.6 GDI SE Nav 36 Month Lease. £219.60 down then £219.60 per month (1+35) - Total Cost £8,205.60 @ Yes Lease
£8,205.60
As above. £300 processing fee. 8000 miles pa 7" colour touch screen Apple car play/Android Auto Driver alert system Lane keep assist Bluetooth system Reversing camera Roll over… Read more
damcnaught

You can look at 3 year old similar cars on Autotrader to get an idea of this, though I guess there's no a guarantee of depreciation being equal for the next 3 years as it has been for the past 3, even if it's likely to be similar.

PaulieNewman79

but whats the car going to be worth at the end ?

mad_design_man

Congratulations! (party)

creative_ltu

And here trolling mode was activated ...

Poospoon

Ordered this - thanks OP

Skoda Octavia 2 year lease £92.54 pm + £2400 initial (£300 processing fee) - £4828.42 @ Yes Lease
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Skoda Octavia 2 year lease £92.54 pm + £2400 initial (£300 processing fee) - £4828.42 @ Yes Lease
£4,828.42£5,012.994%
Price quoted is all in including fees. £2400 1st payment 23x £92.54 £300 fee It is the 1.0 115 bhp engine good for 60 in 10s and 127 top speed so fairly decent performance for t… Read more
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Bouncypete

I've had one of these now for four months and have averaged 52 MPG overall. A recent 400 mile run at 70-75 mph on the motorway gave 62 MPG. The 'secret' is to use the adaptive cruise control as much as possible. It doesn't set your pants on fire but I've found this car to be very relaxing, quite ,smooth and comfortable to drive. It has almost all of the tech you'd want and for the money and interior space it's unbelievably good value.

lj61

We’ve just had our Octavia lease delivered last week. So far really happy, have leased for a few years now and wouldn’t go back to owning a car.

tighty

OK thanks Dad.

gary333

This car is noticeably cheaper at Fleet Prices (around £4,550). I've just had one of these delivered although, mine is the DSG. I got mine for £185.10 per month over 24 months (1x23) with 10k miles per year. What I would say is this took over 6 months to arrive, so don't expect a quick turn around. MPG is nothing like quoted either. Mine only has <250 miles but I have been getting around 40mpg if driven steadily around town.

PaulandPam

Typical BMW driver but unusual for one to actually admit to making 'dodgy overtakes' If an overtake appears 'dodgy' Don't do it SIMPLES!

Skoda Octavia Estate 2.0 TSi 245 vRS 5Dr DSG, 36 mth lease 15k miles per annum - Total Cost: £10,833.79 @ Yes-Lease
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Skoda Octavia Estate 2.0 TSi 245 vRS 5Dr DSG, 36 mth lease 15k miles per annum - Total Cost: £10,833.79 @ Yes-Lease
£10,833.79£11,2003%
The big attraction here, 15k miles per annum, a real deal whereby you can actually get to use the car, a generous 15k miles per annum, 3 year contract so you return the vehicle hav… Read more
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steviedee

Applied Leasing quoted 12k miles, 2 years, metallic paint and manual box at £7759.36. Need June delivery though and these are all stock.

steviedee

Rang today to progress an order, no longer available but was offered an alternative deal (flirt)

Mildlytight

Haven't had that problem yet as this is my first lease but it was 18 weeks delivery so worth looking around as you get into the last 4 or 5 months of your current deal. I suspect this is a tad quicker than my 1.0 Octavia but it's also twice the price!

matlock67

So people don’t service lease cars?

pablotatt

Deal has finished already

Juke Lease - £149.99 a month - 8k miles  - 3 years - Total Cost: £5,699 @ Yes Lease
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Juke Lease - £149.99 a month - 8k miles - 3 years - Total Cost: £5,699 @ Yes Lease
£5,699£5,878.883%
Yes it’s a Juke, yes it’s boggo spec, yes you used to be able get a Golf R for the same price, however I don’t believe you can get a vehicle of this type much cheaper elsewhere at… Read more
unzy1_

Reminds me of a frog lol

cbflazaro1

In 89 you used a drill. In 2019 you hook a laptop to it and type in the desired mileage.

AndrewKay

We used to have a Juke. Thankfully we traded it in for a Qashqai. It was a nice car to drive but there was no space in the back for anyone! If I was taking my wife's grandad somewhere, she would sit behind me, the grandad was in the passenger seat and we had to leave my son with her mum because there was no room for the two of them with him in the car seat.

phoni

I loved the look of Juke when it first came out but find it quite ugly now. However, some people still like them and it's a good price for a lease. Voted hot.

davedave95

I can imagine the new Juke will be out in a year or so but this a great deal for a lease car. HOT!

SEAT, Leon Hatch 1.5 TSI EVO 130 SE Dynamic NAV 5Dr Manual [Start Stop].  £179.99 deposit. £179.99 a month. 10000 miles @YES LEASING.
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SEAT, Leon Hatch 1.5 TSI EVO 130 SE Dynamic NAV 5Dr Manual [Start Stop]. £179.99 deposit. £179.99 a month. 10000 miles @YES LEASING.
£4,619.76
Looks a decent deal for a lease. 1 x 23 months. £179.99 deposit and £179.99 a month 10,000 miles a year £300 admin charge. Free Metallic Paint, Sat Nav, 17in Alloy Wheels, Cru… Read more
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Boobieman88

No nothing suspicious, he cant drive as he is not allowed, he has seizures as a result of a brain injury. If you refer to my driving as being driven like Lewis Hamilton would drive, then yes I agree! :) ;)

bankerscum

Nothing suspicious there. The car sounds like it's been tagged round corners. A lot. Ban motobility.

adamski88

this should be pinned, on every lease thread.....

MIDURIX

If I bought a ~£25k car and it was keyed within two years I wouldn't "bodge it". If that's you mentality, that's fine, you could just wait for all damage to happen and get it booked in a month before handing it back, but I would have any damage fixed instantly on such a new car. If I bought an old second hand car with was in pretty decent nick, but had slight bubbling, bit of scuffing etc I may not bother to get a little bit of keying fixed however.

Weehamish

Yeah coz youre keeping the car... but theres no rush u dont need to fix it and can bodge it. Also a tiny key mark wont need a full respray on your own car but on a rental youll have to get it done...

Ford Focus Hatch 1.0 T EcoBoost 125 Zetec, 5dr, Manual - 36 month lease @ yes-lease £205pm
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Ford Focus Hatch 1.0 T EcoBoost 125 Zetec, 5dr, Manual - 36 month lease @ yes-lease £205pm
£7,680
I just came across this deal and looks pretty decent for a 3 years lease with 8000 miles. Only £205 initial rental, £300 admin fee and then 35 payments of £205 per month. Total ov… Read more
chadders06

I like that spreadsheet I am going to make something similar as I will be weighing up options over the next year or so

RealDonaldTrump

If only it was £180 pm

Bumnut53

He has only had it for 2 weeks :)

twoquidkev

Not a bad deal really, I'd sooner have the Seat Leon over the Focus but that's down to taste, I've had a look at the figures and this deal is still cheaper than owning a Focus over 3 years. Not by much though.

DodgeySolenoid

Yeah OK. Windscreen wiper have lasted you well then.

Citroen, C3 Hatch 1.2 PureTech 82 Feel 5Dr Manual 10,000miles £300 Fee 18 months - £3215.82 @ Yes lease
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Citroen, C3 Hatch 1.2 PureTech 82 Feel 5Dr Manual 10,000miles £300 Fee 18 months - £3215.82 @ Yes lease
£3,215.82
Go Easy first Lease deal posted: No deposit cheap 18 months lease may help someone looking for a small short term lease for the quick tesco and and short school runs.
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DildoBagginz

(shock) I suppose it's the badge that counts...

Rickardo

Better that than Renault engines in Mercedes...

DildoBagginz

Just wait until they find out BMW engines were being put in PSA models...

Mr.No

Sold out.

Rickardo

😴

Kia Optima Sportswagon 1.6 CRDi '2'  - 3 year lease, Initial payment £214.99 + 35 payments of £214.99 - £7,740 @ Yes lease
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Kia Optima Sportswagon 1.6 CRDi '2' - 3 year lease, Initial payment £214.99 + 35 payments of £214.99 - £7,740 @ Yes lease
£7,740
A large estate car lease for £214.99 a month for 36 months Free Premium Paint Upgrade, In Stock Kia Optima Sportswagon 1.6 CRDi 134 2 5Dr Diesel Manual [Start Stop] Auto Lights… Read more
Zuulan

OK, thanks. I've expired this deal.

sigur

Just been sent the updated price. 1 +35 8k £229 pm

sigur

Will do. Was told they'd email me when they hear from the supplier.

Zuulan

Yes's website really is useless. Please let us know how you get on. Thanks.

sigur

This deal is not valid. I applied to get the vehicle and it turns out the offer is from January 2018. The original advert from that date had resurfaced. They are in discussions with the supplier as to whether they can supply at this price.

Kia Stonic SUV 1.4 '2' 5dr - 3 year lease £189 and then 35 payments of £189 - £6804 @ Yes Lease
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Kia Stonic SUV 1.4 '2' 5dr - 3 year lease £189 and then 35 payments of £189 - £6804 @ Yes Lease
£6,804£7,4008%
A nice little SUV for not much money. In Stock. NB The deal has now been taken off their front web page but it is still available, you just have to give them a call to take up the … Read more
monkeyhanger75

^ These highly wound 1.0 units are just bad news all round. It is ridiculous to chase up to 140ps from a tiny engine with no torque that would be lucky to generate 60ps if naturally aspirated, and pulling ever heavier "small" cars with ludicrously high gearing. All the marques are doing it to hit their CO2 targets, although some are stretching the tech further than others - Ford seem to be asking the most out of these engines. A small engine that's working hard most of the time and has a 1st gear ratio like most would consider to be what's expected of 2nd is not going to last long, and the clutches will last far less time than expected (I would expect 80k miles minimum from a clutch that hasn't bee abused)

emsabobs

If you’ve not had issues yet I’d think you’ll be ok....(y)

trickytree1984

Don't say that. I'm not changing it until it falls apart. For God sake I have got to pay for a new car for myself every 2 years. I can't be replacing the wife's ford already.

emsabobs

Haha mines only done 23k - and the clutch they just took out at a year old had no wear on it so they can’t even put it down to driving style. I just got one of the broken ones, it happens! At least it hasn’t burst into flames yet like some of the others.

trickytree1984

TL;DR.