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6x tommee tippee fiesta funtime bottles £7 @ tesco
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Great price for 6 bottles. Found in the Alloa store
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gimmeabargain1 h, 41 m ago

I’ve looked in all the stores in Dundee to no avail. Would anyone be w …I’ve looked in all the stores in Dundee to no avail. Would anyone be willing to pick up an extra pack and I would pay for postage? Pretty pretty please.


And I would also pay for the bottles.....
I’ve looked in all the stores in Dundee to no avail. Would anyone be willing to pick up an extra pack and I would pay for postage? Pretty pretty please.
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I brought some in Lichfield store today at same price
Paid $20odd for these in the US last year thinking we would be quite unique having them in the UK. Oh well. Anyone seen them in any other stores?
New Ford Fiesta personal hire £114.90 per month + £3000 deposit - Term £8598.30 over 4 years @ Evans Halshaw
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Found this new Ford Fiesta low monthly payments lease deal. New plate in September also
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iambigred11 m ago

You are incorrect with regards to GAP insurance.GAP Insurance only covers …You are incorrect with regards to GAP insurance.GAP Insurance only covers the difference between what your insurer will pay out in the event of theft/write-off and what the finance company expects back. It does not refund you any rental payments.


Correct - It saves you from having to pay the shortfall between what the insurer covers and what is owed.
Mada0624th Aug

That's irrelevant and what GAP insurance covers.When looking at a lease …That's irrelevant and what GAP insurance covers.When looking at a lease deal you should look at the total cost over the term (i.e. deposit + monthly payments) divided by the number of months to get a true picture of the cost.



You are incorrect with regards to GAP insurance.

GAP Insurance only covers the difference between what your insurer will pay out in the event of theft/write-off and what the finance company expects back. It does not refund you any rental payments.
For the lease price u can actually buy one Lol exggerating a bit but u know what i mean
Stay away from posting lease deals Emma - I would have you had got the drift from your previous MB deal.
tonymcg24th Aug

The 4 year lease also concerns me, after the 3rd year its out of warranty …The 4 year lease also concerns me, after the 3rd year its out of warranty and thats when you can be hit with extra bills. I would stick to 3 years or less


TBH, I don't see the point of leasing unless it is 2yrs - the whole is the feeling of a continuously new car with none of the worries involved. Whilst MoT doesn't kick in until 3yrs and warranty will last that long, it loses its appeal against either buying new or buying used at 3+yrs (esp as 3rd year depreciation is much less), and the monthly cost is rarely much better.
Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.25 82 Zetec Navigation 5dr £152 a month, 4 year lease £7313.47 @ Yes Lease
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£152 a month, if my maths are correct. Any good? 4 year lease deal, 10k mileage per year.
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Thanks for the advice
can buy new ish fiesta for that much and can get minimum half that back after 4 years use.
Agreed, not much point leasing this over a 4 year term.

Only about £3k to £4k less than buying outright, and you'll still incur the same maintenance costs. New model is imminent and these are being sold off cheap now to make way.
I'd sooner pay slightly more for 2x 2 year leases of this - hotukdeals.com/dea…542

Four year leases don't appeal to me, what if you circumstances change after two years (for better or worse)? You'll still have two years to go. Plus, if you don't like it, you are stuck with it.
IMO you're better off with the Focus 2-year lease. It's a higher spec ST-Line 125, but more importantly it only works out a little bit more expensive per year.

By the time you include the fact you will need to MOT this, possibly replace the tyres, you end up paying about the same for the focus which is a better car all round, and you'll get to change into something fresh in two years.

If you want a Fiesta (I own one and they're fantastic), there's a new one out soon so there'll be better deals than this soon I reckon
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Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost Zetec 5dr  (3+35) £166.72 pm . 8k PA Via WHATCAR
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3 +35 £166.72 PM £500.16 Initial payment 8000 miles PA i am new to leasing cars so calculation may be wrong. hope this helps someone
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Guzzle

I reckon this might be a better … I reckon this might be a better deal;-https://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/Ford-FIESTA-1.0-EcoBoost-140-St-Line-Navigation-5dr-Personal-Lease/43601Bear in mind though that there is an all-new Fiesta due.


Tbh that does look a better deal 10k miles, £471 upfront and £157 a month (just the admin fee is higher but the savings on the deposit more than make up for the £40 extra) and its a 'nicer' model with a bit more power!
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I reckon this might be a better deal;-

https://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/Ford-FIESTA-1.0-EcoBoost-140-St-Line-Navigation-5dr-Personal-Lease/43601

Bear in mind though that there is an all-new Fiesta due.
Plus the £165 - £198 Vehicle Sourcing Fee
Ford Fiesta Sale from £9795 total @ Vospers
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Seems like a bargain when some Lease deals can cost half that. ST models on sale too and with the new Fiesta ST not coming out until middle of next year(?) stock will be short for … Read more
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bendaw

Anyone know a deal on 1.0 auto titanium spec please?



​speak to these guys? they're clearing stock.
Anyone know a deal on 1.0 auto titanium spec please?
had a fiesta hire car recently, liked it. A better overall experience than the current focus.
Wrong badge on the front for most people...

Built by Germans but somehow not as good...
i paid 9200 for the studio in 2014
Ford Fiesta ST-3 1.6 Ecoboost - 3 Door with Style Pack - 8k Miles - 3+35 - £185.94 p/m - £557.82 Initial - £198 Processing Fee - £7,263.72 / 3 Years - nationwidevehiclecontracts
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Seems to be a pretty decent price for a Fiesta ST-3 with the Style Pack. Looking at other providers, this seems to be in the region of £1k initial, with £210+ per month.
Nice deal
Seems a good price. Mine is £232 on PCP, spirit blue with only parking sensors missing but i think ST3 has everything so not many options to add except style pack.

It has the nicest seats i've ever sat in too.
Must be cos the new one is due out soon
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Apologies - thanks for pointing that out - I'll update the title!
You have forgotten the Processing Fee of £198, so total is £7,263.72.
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Lease 8k PA / 3+35 (£147.50 pm) Ford Fiesta ST-Line 140 Special Editions Red Navigation - whatcar.com
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Decent price for this from a main dealer and for 8k miles PA. 3+35 * £147.50 = £155.69 PM average, don't believe there are any fees. List price is around £17k, and will do 43 "… Read more
Away to give mine back. The road surfaces round my way are just eating up tyres. Had two punctures in the last month.

Shame as it was a bargain!
Where can I get this deal?
Folding mirrors, some other bits I can't remember but wasn't too worried for the price. Local dealer couldn't get within £80 a month of this
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What other extras? It has nav for the price on this deal I think
Managed to get it for an extra £10 a month but with Nav and spare wheel, and some other extras
Ford Fiesta Diesel 1.5 TDCi Zetec Navigation 5dr (£110.75 per month) £3654.70 @ Fleet Prices
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Ford Fiesta Diesel Hatchback 1.5 TDCi Zetec Navigation 5dr - £110.75 per month (£2658 over two years) - Initial payment: 996.73 - Total: £3654.70 - Personal contract hire - C… Read more
joebrett2010

so how much is the car going to cost to own outright



It's a PCH not a PCP. There is no formal option to buy. You may be given the option to buy by the lease company.
so how much is the car going to cost to own outright
monkeyhanger75

How long have Kia been doing DPFs? if they only started 4 years ago then … How long have Kia been doing DPFs? if they only started 4 years ago then no wonder they copied the right place. :P



No DPFs in Kias until about mid 2010

Mighty__Mag

Why are you getting so excited about it?



Excited? I'm not. Just correcting your dissemination of misinformation.
HertzVanRental

You have raised some fair points in your comprehensive response. Of … You have raised some fair points in your comprehensive response. Of course, putting petrol instead of diesel is negligence and that must be covered by your own cost. The works vehicle is a Fiesta diesel that has done approx 95% of it's 14,000 miles over 4 years with journeys between 1 and 5 miles without an issue.I guess the key is that information of operating the vehicle must be provided to the owner in the manual; like fuel type in the example you highlighted. I could be incorrect, but I'd be very surprised if the manual stated do not undertake regular journeys of X miles; I'll take a look tomorrow in the works vehicle manual. Furthermore, the manufacturer would have to prove that it was due to X number of journeys below X miles to prove negligence; whatever X is required to regenerate the DPF. However, as I guess telematic and OBD capabilities improve then that could be possible?



There is a warning in VW/Audi/BMW manuals (i'm sure others do too - this is an issue that affects all marques driven for very short average trip distances) about short journeys and DPF regen advice. As I said, most marques will give you one claim against warranty, giving you the benefit of the doubt that no one told you your obligations to avoid workshop forced regens. Once they've had you in once and explained why it happened, they will consider you advised so future incidences are on you. The car's electronics will be able to tell the dealership your driving style, journey length for up to 1000 journeys etc. They know if they choose to look into it.

The 95% of the journeys you talk of being short are fine as long as the other 5% are regular (weekly) and at least 20 miles at full operating temperature to clear the DPF.

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Ford Fiesta 1.25 Lease 4 years £119.99 p/m total cost £6839.41 @ select car leasing
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Just got this through on email. £119.99 per month for this seems quite good! 1) Yes it's a lease so no you don't own the car 2) Yes you could buy a second hand 3.0 litre BMW 3 se… Read more
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Don't forget, this will require an MOT exactly 3 years after is registration date, so if it fails for what ever reason, you'll be covering the costs as this lease is for 4 years. Getting a 24 month lease means you'll hand the car back before an MOT is due.
scottishpunter

How did you find this out of interest, google search or is there a … How did you find this out of interest, google search or is there a website for searching best deals? On the look out for a lease, but have not seen anything appropriate on here. Thanks



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m5rcc

Cheaper elsewhere for the same terms and mileage, assuming there is no … Cheaper elsewhere for the same terms and mileage, assuming there is no fee for your deal at £139.99/net/mth:£136.74/net/mth with GB Vehicle Leasing:



How did you find this out of interest, google search or is there a website for searching best deals? On the look out for a lease, but have not seen anything appropriate on here. Thanks
the benefit of a lease is that its meant to be fairly short term ( less than 2years) so that there is no ownership costs associated with it, so a 4 year lease seems stupid, as mentioned previously. i was just showing what the best PCP deal is likely to look like.

the 3 year lease you mentioned doesnt seem too bad, so if i were looking for a cheap car just to last 3 years, id probably go with that as it is much cheaper than the alternative PCP
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FORD FIESTA OFFER 1.0 ecoboost 125 titanium X Navigation 5dr IN STOCK 6+35 £149.99 pm + £899.93 + £298.80 @ FleetPrices
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I posted this Focus deal last week https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ford-focus-hatchback-1-0-ecoboost-st-line-125-navigation-5-door-1-23-8000-miles-2599841 Turns out there is no m… Read more
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there is good deals on the st line but the titanium x is a much better spec and better deal?!

djbenny1

OP I imagine this is cold because recently there have been much better … OP I imagine this is cold because recently there have been much better deals on the Fiesta ST line than this on a 3+23.


I've just noticed that the ST-Line is actually more expensive than this! the Titanium X is a miles better deal!
Titanium are much higher spec. The new fiesta is out later this year/early next year which is why offers will start appearing.
The ST-Line is a Zetec with some sports styling etc so a much much lower spec than this, for the car, a top of the range fiesta with everything on it this is a HOT DEAL and its got the 1.0 125 engine probably the best/nicest of the 1.0 Ford engines DEFINITLY A HOT DEAL
OP I imagine this is cold because recently there have been much better deals on the Fiesta ST line than this on a 3+23.
Yes Lease: Ford Fiesta 1.0L 140 ST Line £177.84 pm, £177.84 upfront + £300 processing fee 36 months personal lease from yes lease. Total deal = £6702
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thought this was a good deal. Also speaking with an adviser, the £300 processing fee can also be spread over the 36 months so taking you monthly payments up to around £185. The on… Read more
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we have a zetec.s lovely car to drive
I'm sure I read somewhere that Ford have had to limit the amount of torque available in 1st and 2nd gears as the gearbox couldn't handle it. Guess it would explain the slow 0-60 time.
Its the st 'LINE' not the ST - which is just what they've renamed the zetec s

They dont need it to go any faster than 9s as its target is people who want the sportier styling on a pretty much bog standard fiesta, plus it would ruin sales on the ST's if it did

I have seen graphs of people getting up to 200bhp out of their 1L ecoboost engines though, but apparently they didnt last very long...
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Lets just agree that 9s is **** slow
bbfb123

For a car as small as a fiesta with 140 bhp 9 seconds is slow. My focus … For a car as small as a fiesta with 140 bhp 9 seconds is slow. My focus ecoboost which weighs 2 tonnes does 0-60 in only 8.3 seconds and its 150 bhp. Plus the fiesta is half a tonne lighter.That doesn't add up imo.



​Depends on gearing as well, not just power to weight.
Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost ST-Line Navigation 3dr [2017] - Select Car Leasing - £166.34 pcm: 3yr lease,3month upfront and 10K miles pa - PERSONAL LEASE
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Seems like quite a good deal for this sportyish, eco hatch Price based on lease over 3 years, 3 months upfront and 10,000 miles pa - other options available. Vehicle Information … Read more
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DreamEater

£216.68 for personal. Not sure if this is a good deal?


not really
shindigger

I'd take you for a spin in my 2door if you really want sporty... Oh it's 192bhp though and not far off that mpg too[/quote]
String backed leather driving gloves? Toblerone? Slippers?[/quote]
No of the above, esp now they've made toblerones even smaller
[/quote]I'd take you for a spin in my 2door if you really want sporty... Oh it's 192bhp though and not far off that mpg too[/quote]

String backed leather driving gloves? Toblerone? Slippers?
£216.68 for personal. Not sure if this is a good deal?
colgrigson

Done with this now



Well done dear.
Personal contract hire deal Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 140 Zetec S 3dr £149.99 p/m £3749.76 @ WFS
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Looking for one of these for the missus and this didn't seem like a bad deal as the upfront is low. Total cost Inc processing fee £3749.76 Personal contract hire £149.99 incl V… Read more
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I just found it on the same deal. Have copied the main info ..
Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line 3dr
£149.99 incl VAT monthly rentals
£149.99 incl VAT initial rental
Personal contract hire
Contract term : 24 months
Rental profile : 1 + 23
Annual mileage : 8000
Production status : Current model
CO2 band : B (101-110 g/km)

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leechuter

Isn't this the old model? Has the ST-Line replaced it or is that a … Isn't this the old model? Has the ST-Line replaced it or is that a totally different spec?



I think the ST Line has replaced it, I've found one here, seems like a better deal?
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Isn't this the old model? Has the ST-Line replaced it or is that a totally different spec?
dh33r4j

I am new to the country. Could you tell me how this works? What is the … I am new to the country. Could you tell me how this works? What is the difference between this and buying a car in terms of costs?I assume the driver covers the cost of service and repair in both cases, yeah?How much does it cost on insurance for a new driver of 30 years of age?With all honesty, I don't think I would be able to afford a car. Just would like to know the costs so I can aspire to get one some day.



If you are after a new car and it is likely to depreciate more in the period you have it than a lease would cost, then lease. If you need finance and the monthlies are more than leasing, then lease.

Insurance depends a lot on factors other than the car - how long you've had your license, how old you are, where you live, your occupation etc. I can tell you that a newly qualified 30 year old driver will be paying considerably less than a newly qualified 17/18 year old driver if their address and occupation are the same.
mattclarkie

Well you can pay full RRP for a pre-registered car at a dealership, but … Well you can pay full RRP for a pre-registered car at a dealership, but no sane person would.



Depends on what it is - Focus RS with a 1 year waiting list? Anything else that would take at least 6 months to acquire from a factory order? Some would, just to jump the queue, some might to get favourable finance rates. Don't underestimate the mugs that will pay full bat for a car.

Either way - I still can't think of a single car that loses 50% from new as soon as you drive off in it.
Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line SatNav 3dr - 24mth Personal lease (8k mpa) - 23 x £131.64 + £394.92 upfront - Total £3,442.64 - T.C.Harrison Ford / Whatcar lease
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Tidy wee car for the wife or the teenager Transmission:Manual Fuel Type:Petrol Body Style:Small family car Top Speed:125 mph Road Tax:Included UK Delivery:Included Metallic … Read more
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ses6jwg

Folks had another quote today from a local Evans Halshaw Ford dealer2017 … Folks had another quote today from a local Evans Halshaw Ford dealer2017 ST line 2 door in Deep Impact Blue Metallic. 15k mileage allowance. Cruise control.£509.97 + 35 payments of £169.99. excess mileage 3.96ppm with no admin feereally stuck on these which do you think is best value folks? Do I stick with the zetec s black or go with the st line ?don't know I need cruise or not really.



did u try tc harrison?
Folks had another quote today from a local Evans Halshaw Ford dealer

2017 ST line 2 door in Deep Impact Blue Metallic. 15k mileage allowance. Cruise control.

£509.97 + 35 payments of £169.99. excess mileage 3.96ppm with no admin fee

really stuck on these which do you think is best value folks? Do I stick with the zetec s black or go with the st line ?

don't know I need cruise or not really.
I went to local dealer they tried to get me onto options.

did get a PCH quote in the end but came in at 190 pcm on a 3+35 with cruise on 8k

dealer up north quoted me £170 pcm on 3+35 with cruise and 15k allowance... why such a gap? should I try to my dealer to match it or go for zetec s deal above? thoughts guys?
went a different route selling both our cars got a deal on the older zetec s black edition 3+35 £162 pcm 15k mileage with 3.3p excess 299 admin fee. privacy glass and spare wheel
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Ford Fiesta ST Line 140BHP Lease  24 X £147 (Inc Admin Fee) = £3540 , 8K Miles yes-lease
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Sadly I am after a 5dr so no good for me but seems like a great deal for those who only need 3 doors. There are other deals with higher mileage and or larger deposits as well if an… Read more
I'm sorry but I really couldn't give a monkeys how old this post is but who in God's name here thinks ford's are the best they are complete and utter tat take it from a mechanic there TDCI engines to start with are absolute hopeless, they are called, ^fix or repair Daily^ are you honestly retarded the best car the fiesta are plagued with issues are you deluded, did you know ford owners club recommend you check for bodywork corrosion after 3 years best car hahaha honestly your comedy mate ford are apparently better than the Germans now in design terms hahaha I have 2 words for you sir heater matrix
JSmooth

Sure a 1.2 Fiesta has 60BHP I believe, this a a 1.0 turbo charged engine … Sure a 1.2 Fiesta has 60BHP I believe, this a a 1.0 turbo charged engine with 140 BHP think they are fairly different engines in terms of performance so not sure what your point is here.



Ok i explain a little better. The 1.2 or should I have said 1.25 actually has 80bhp according to Ford with a weight of 980 kilos. It's soooooooo slow. Really flat going through the gears. It's on a 12 plate. Before that we had the 1.4 which has 94 bhp. It was a little faster through the gears but not by much. Weight of that car is about 1040 kilos. The difference in the performance though for 14 bhp was quite surprising. My son's Astra has 88bhp with a weight of 1215 kilos and it absolutely flies.

So my point really was are Ford over exaggerating their BHP or Vauxhall under exaggerating some of their models. I would have thought performance of an 80bhp Fiesta again a 200 kilo heavier Astra with only 8bhp more would have been similar but it's not. The Astra wins by far on performance against the 1.25 and 1.4 litre Fiesta. Whilst I have no question that the 1.0 litre turbo 140 bhp Fiesta will fly is it a true 140 bhp or one exaggerated or measured differently by Ford compared to Vauxhall in my example. It makes a massive difference where the true bhp of a car is measured and also does not give a true reflection in bhp and performance.
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Smartguy1

We have a new shape Fiesta 1.2 Zetec. It is a nice car but it's sooooooo … We have a new shape Fiesta 1.2 Zetec. It is a nice car but it's sooooooo flat. There is no guts in whatsoever and we changed from the 1.4 thinking the 12 or so bhp wouldn't make much difference. My son has a 1.4 Astra and comparing the two performance wise you would think there wouldn't be much difference compared to the 1.4 Fiesta. There is. The Vauxhall is just so much quicker and has less bhp than the 1.4 Fiesta. Not sure who works out the bhp on Fords but as a side by side test it does not appear to be right and the fiesta is a smaller car and not as quick. Hopefully though it will be worth more resale and those Vauxhall's like their oil.



Sure a 1.2 Fiesta has 60BHP I believe, this a a 1.0 turbo charged engine with 140 BHP think they are fairly different engines in terms of performance so not sure what your point is here.
We have a new shape Fiesta 1.2 Zetec. It is a nice car but it's sooooooo flat. There is no guts in whatsoever and we changed from the 1.4 thinking the 12 or so bhp wouldn't make much difference. My son has a 1.4 Astra and comparing the two performance wise you would think there wouldn't be much difference compared to the 1.4 Fiesta. There is. The Vauxhall is just so much quicker and has less bhp than the 1.4 Fiesta. Not sure who works out the bhp on Fords but as a side by side test it does not appear to be right and the fiesta is a smaller car and not as quick. Hopefully though it will be worth more resale and those Vauxhall's like their oil.
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Ford Fiesta 1.6 ST-2 - 2YR Lease 9+23 TOTAL £4787.66, £143.99PM + £1295.89 + £180 fee £4787.66 @ Gateway2lease
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Seems a decent lease deal if your interested in the well received fiesta st.
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it's cheaper than I can find the 1. 0 ecoboost
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hotmansausage

​Same. Been looking for a deal on this car and this seems the the best a … ​Same. Been looking for a deal on this car and this seems the the best around at the moment


It's just the way it goes on this site sometimes. It's the cheapest 2 year total lease cost on an ST I've ever seen, by some way too.
marl007

any idea why this is cold? seems like a cracking deal to me



​Same. Been looking for a deal on this car and this seems the the best around at the moment
any idea why this is cold? seems like a cracking deal to me
jacko791

Not sure about this lease company, I think it depends on the company who … Not sure about this lease company, I think it depends on the company who is actually financing it rather than the lease company.I applied for a lease on a Fiesta a couple of years ago and got turned down though, they came back and told me they look for 900+ credit score. Got accepted a couple of days later on a golf though


Spoke to experian today they actually told me that lenders or anyone who searches you credit report doesn't actually see the number just the report so not sure how they got 900+
Car Leasing Ford Fiesta 1.5 TDCi Zetec 5dr £554 initial then £125 x 48
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Longer term lease than usually posted but low monthly payments, car does 78.5 MPG. Lease is based on 48 months at 8000 miles per annum.Up front is £374.22 plus £180 admin fee Short… Read more
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lukman2k

Gotta love these deals , makes me feel so much better with my 35k top end … Gotta love these deals , makes me feel so much better with my 35k top end vw passat 4wd alltrack DSG i bagged from here for the same price. Need a car for the missus and looking out for another insane deal but not this one im afraid.



​VW top end..... Lol VW are about as top end as plastic shoes. And the passat has above average performance but is, like the golf, one of the dullest, characterless, bland cars you can buy. Drive a VW because it's a good drive, but they are nothing to boast about
smolloy2002

​calibration?.....tell me more please



Next time you take your motor for a service at a Ford dealer, get them to check all your software is up-to date.


m5rcc

Or one can check by filling up to the brim, writing the mileage on the … Or one can check by filling up to the brim, writing the mileage on the fuel receipt, then filling up to the brim again after 300 miles or so and writing that mileage on the ticket. Multiply the litres on the second ticket by 0.22 to get gallons, subtract the first mileage from the second mileage then divide the result by the gallons. Of course you then need to allow for odometer inaccuracy.



Yes, but you need to do this long term and get a rolling average going. Every litre of fuel I've put in my car has been logged. I'm shocked at how much variation I get between fill ups, must be due to errors in the pump gauge, or length of nozzle (I don't fill to the brim, just the first click as recommended in the manual for my car).

Long term also cancels out the fact that you get better mpg in the hotter weather.

And I wouldn't trust a trip computer at all.

It's funny how people "know" how much mpg they get, but very few are logging it so the number they quote is worthless to people like me who drive a ton of miles and want to buy the best mpg car based on data.

Edit: here is my mpg data: m.imgur.com/Uqh…wQ6
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I've the Nissan xtrail 1.6diesel and getting 57mpg in the lakes really pleased as my freelander just managed 30mpg this is one of the reasons I've decided to lease. works out cheaper and I've got certainty in my costs.
neilglover1

Check honestjohn website for realistic mpg



Or as I posted on post #6.

The Real mpg is an average of an average of an average covering all types of use and all methods of calculating the economy. The real life fuel economy register gives you a method of calculating your mpg brim to brim, based on car odometer readings, which may themselves be higher than the miles actually covered.
Goodfella's Deep Pan Meat Fiesta Pizza £1 @ Morrisons
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Found 5th Apr 2016Found 5th Apr 2016
same price in Tesco (not sure if they have the meat fiesta one) offer on til 1st of May Goodfella's Deep Pan Meat Fiesta Pizza 414g Goodfella's Deep Pan Loaded Cheese Pizza 417g G… Read more
sorry just noticed it included in the op
cheese included
same deal available in my local herons but still hot
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