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BMW 1 Series Hatchback Special Edition M140i Shadow Edition 5dr Step Auto - 24 Month Lease, 8k Miles -  What Car
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I'm currently in the market for a Golf R, however was just scouting around a few similar spec cars and felt this was a very good price for this particular model! Dont get me wrong … Read more
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HaroFreestyler4 h, 56 m ago

It's being replaced by a 2/4WD Euro hatch with a boring 4 pot engine and …It's being replaced by a 2/4WD Euro hatch with a boring 4 pot engine and only 300bhp though!!So this will be the last of the rip snorting 6 pot RWD hatches that you can buy and might actually mean current M140's will go up in value, eventually!!


If there was a dislike button (for the new spec, not your comment), I’d hit it. Less power than a Leon Cupra
I blame brexit
LOL_is_stupid5 h, 2 m ago

Tried 3 dealers - no one could/would come close to this on pcp (which is …Tried 3 dealers - no one could/would come close to this on pcp (which is also 4yrs not 3). Even old TRL was still about £450 more, again, plus 4yrs not 3.Personally, knowing this is being replaced this year, I don’t still fancy driving one in 4yrs. 3 is more than enough, then I’ll be ready for pipe & slippers and a Citroen Cactus.


It's being replaced by a 2/4WD Euro hatch with a boring 4 pot engine and only 300bhp though!!

So this will be the last of the rip snorting 6 pot RWD hatches that you can buy and might actually mean current M140's will go up in value, eventually!!
HaroFreestyler24th Jan

Your local BMW dealer will match any lease offers on a PCP if you prefer …Your local BMW dealer will match any lease offers on a PCP if you prefer that route. Fantastic cars, amazing engine, realistic running costs, although I have the M240i which costs a little bit more than the 140 but I prefer the coupe looks.You would not be disappointed if you chose an M140i over a Golf R one little bit.


Tried 3 dealers - no one could/would come close to this on pcp (which is also 4yrs not 3). Even old TRL was still about £450 more, again, plus 4yrs not 3.
Personally, knowing this is being replaced this year, I don’t still fancy driving one in 4yrs. 3 is more than enough, then I’ll be ready for pipe & slippers and a Citroen Cactus.
jordan21024th Jan

There has been few discussions on other website that there is restrictions …There has been few discussions on other website that there is restrictions on this dealRESTRICTIONS: Personal Contract Hire offers are only available to Company Directors or those in receipt of a Personal Car Allowance"


There’s a few loopholes on the restrictions and they’re not bothered about policing them, they’ve simply been put in place to prevent everyone wanting PCH and no-one going to a showroom for a retail (PCP) deal.
scotty22024th Jan

Pretty sure you can only get an M140i xdrive in America. Doesn't exist …Pretty sure you can only get an M140i xdrive in America. Doesn't exist over here unfortunately


Only on left hand drive variants. Blame brexit for that
£218 p/m with no big deposit Volvo V40 Hatchback T2 [122] Momentum 5dr 18 months £4290.84 @ Mad sheep leasing
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An unusual 18 month deal - so well out of the way of two services and tyres being worn. I like the deal because there is no big initial rental payment here. Simply £218.38 initial … Read more
iBuyWhatIWant4 h, 24 m ago

Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid …Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid mugs. I’ve got a 2005 Corsa that’s still going strong today.


i Lease What I Want!
iBuyWhatIWant3 h, 51 m ago

Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid …Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid mugs. I’ve got a 2005 Corsa that’s still going strong today.


It’s called economic/social disparity.
Good price but worth going for the nav plus imo.
iBuyWhatIWant1 h, 24 m ago

Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid …Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid mugs. I’ve got a 2005 Corsa that’s still going strong today.


People buy according to their needs. A corsa could probley make it to the shops once a week or so but some people use their cars for work. No work = no money. So better to get a good car in warranty. Any issues the main dealer will handle with for free car whilst being repaired. Also no need to worry about any mot or tyre costs.
Lease also covers the road tax
iBuyWhatIWant43 m ago

Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid …Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid mugs. I’ve got a 2005 Corsa that’s still going strong today.


Why some people buy Vauxhalls baffles me.
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
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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?
Lewis_Carpenter-11171513714 h, 3 m ago

Yes you're right, misread the OP. That argument was flawed on my part.I …Yes you're right, misread the OP. That argument was flawed on my part.I completely agree. I've looked at a couple of these lease deals, and when I compared the cost of buying the car with the best discount I could find from brokers, and looked at the GFV from PCP deals and assumed bottom trade in value in 24months, the lease still came out considerably cheaper.So yes, for the purpose of the site I completely agree, this deal is hot as it gives one of the cheapest ways to drive this brand new car for 8,000 miles over 24months.My responses were certainly off piste, and not really related to the deal, but a direct response to the comment I replied too. Appreciate that it's OT so deserving of your remarks...!At the same time, I still think there is scope for discussing the financial arguments about leasing as a whole, and whether a slightly used version of the same car can offer substantial savings. I appreciate your comment fully. If we did this on every iPhone and TV deal it would never end....! But, I think cars are a little different. You are not paying to own it for starters. You do not get heavy restrictions on how you use the TV or iPhone secondly, and thirdly, a slightly used version with a 2yr warranty is so so similar to a brand new one (lease cars tend to have a bit of mileage and other registered owners) that I think it's not altogether unfair to draw this direct comparison? I guess the question is, what are you getting extra for your money by buying 'brand new' vs buying slightly used, which I guess is part of the whole 'good deal' thing? Perhaps this isn't the place for this discussion though..!


"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?
Yawn
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.
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jaydeeuk120 m ago

It's a Lexus, they don't break and the Rx or ls are the only 2 cars I'd …It's a Lexus, they don't break and the Rx or ls are the only 2 cars I'd consider getting 2nd hand



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....
Second hand Model S me thinks....!
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Citroen C4 Cactus Hatchback 1.2 12 months at £2375.88  (£167.99pm + £360)10k miles @ Mad Sheep Leasing
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Looks to be a cracking deal for anyone after a cheap 12 month lease Personal Contract Hire £167.99 Per Month, INC VAT Rental Profile 1 + 11 Annual Mileage 10k Miles p/a Initial … Read more
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Is this still available? The link doesn't seem to be working
Also to add, I averaged 45mpg over 6500 miles in the diesel. Official figures are 92mpg I think?

90% inner London driving however
Had the 1.6 diesel for 2 years on lease at £150pm with £900 initial. Pretty good motor definitely recommend if efficiency is your thing and you like the looks. Seats have no lumbar support so get yourself some from eBay 😜
paulandpam146 m ago

80mpg? I'm sorry but even a modern Diesel would struggle to get anywhere …80mpg? I'm sorry but even a modern Diesel would struggle to get anywhere that economy.Maybe you meant 80 MPH




OK to split hairs just looked through my app that goes with the car and a recent one for me was 72mpg (miles per gallon) and that was for 30 miles. But I know I have had better but cannot find it and some have even had better than 80mpg
The.Crew.Designs4 h, 53 m ago

its a real pleasure to be in and superb on fuel can easily get 80mpg


80mpg?
I'm sorry but even a modern Diesel would struggle to get anywhere that economy.
Maybe you meant 80 MPH
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DS DS 3 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech 82 Connected Chic 3dr - £146.39 per month, 24 month (3+23), 10k miles @ Lease Shop
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Posted a similar deal the other day but found this today... I'm thinking of getting, but has anyone used leaseshop.co.uk before? Can't find any online reviews apart from their own… Read more
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jbarclay199230 m ago

Have any examples?


In fairness I can't think of any cars made from China.
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Tequila20 h, 14 m ago

China car no good.No thanks I can buy better cars.end of story.



Have any examples?
MrShed6 h, 43 m ago

I'd agree I have been conservative in some areas. I think your example …I'd agree I have been conservative in some areas. I think your example gives a comparison between a good and bad second hand car experience, which can only reinforce the point.Somewhere in the middle is probably the "average" experience, which in any event still proves the point.I do agree with Gavin above though - this all still depends on getting a good deal, whichever way you are going. Get a bad lease deal and the figures skew. The target should clearly be a lease that is not much above expected depreciation of the vehicle.Just to pick up a couple of specifics:- I didnt include tyres as they are a consumable item. In theory they should cost the exact same "per mile" whether on a lease or a second hand. I agree that on a second hand vehicle you are more likely to replace within 2 years for obvious reasons, but I would also say that if the tyres are worn then this should be factored into the purchase price - so in effect I agree with Gavin on this.- Breakdown recovery - good point. Obviously its a choice whether you get this or not but certainly another area to be factored in.- Repairs - probably a debatable point I would say you were very unfortunate to get those kind of costs in a 3 to 6 year old vehicle - I certainly wouldnt expect to be paying for a pump, absorbers and handbrake at that age, and probably even the battery. Brakes - a bit like my tyre point above I suppose. What you do make a very good point on though is that if you are buying a second hand car, you are much more likely to hit major service milestones with the costs that come with.Either way, we are certainly agreeing!!Gavin - I agree with you as well. Either way, it all comes down to the deal. Ironically, we have just bought a brand new car for the wife, not on a lease. This is because it was more cost effective to do so on that specific deal - and in fact, we managed to purchase for the same net price as it would have cost us for the second hand (2 year old) vehicle we had originally gone in to see(!) - a combination of my ruthless negotiating and some particular incentives on that vehicle. My issue is people who rule out a lease just because its "a lease" - its so short sighted and misinformed. Its another option that often (and indeed in my experience more often than not) is the best value way to drive a car. But because people are skewed with this sense of "ownership", they cant see past that.


We are agreeing. I was just pointing out that with a few more realistic costs added, the benefits are magnified.

I possibly was slightly unfortunate with that car, but it's been enough to swing me towards leasing twice since.

You're right about getting a good deal. That's the whole aim. Leasing is so aggressively discounted at times that it can be a real bargain if you hunt round. Hence, we're on this site!
China car no good.
No thanks I can buy better cars.
end of story.
kristmace1 h, 23 m ago

Your estimates are extremely conservative. I did the same a few years ago …Your estimates are extremely conservative. I did the same a few years ago with a 3 year old car. In addition to the costs you listed, it also cost me:a. Around £1000 in tyres. All 4 needed changing shortly after buying it, and 3 years later, before selling, needed changing again. b. Breakdown recovery. Costs me £70 a year with a second hand car but is included with a new car lease.c. Repairs. You were fortunate to have such low costs. Between 3 and 6 years old, my last car cost me over £2k in repairs. Nothing serious, just consistent things that needed replacing due to age: Cambelt, waterpump, shock absorbers, brake pads and discs, battery, handbrake mechanism, etc. Add all those to your expenses and I'm convinced that a lease is actually cheaper than a second hand car in so many cases. The only exception is if you buy a second hand car very cheaply (8 years old and above), but thats an apples to oranges comparison.


I'd agree I have been conservative in some areas. I think your example gives a comparison between a good and bad second hand car experience, which can only reinforce the point.

Somewhere in the middle is probably the "average" experience, which in any event still proves the point.

I do agree with Gavin above though - this all still depends on getting a good deal, whichever way you are going. Get a bad lease deal and the figures skew. The target should clearly be a lease that is not much above expected depreciation of the vehicle.

Just to pick up a couple of specifics:
- I didnt include tyres as they are a consumable item. In theory they should cost the exact same "per mile" whether on a lease or a second hand. I agree that on a second hand vehicle you are more likely to replace within 2 years for obvious reasons, but I would also say that if the tyres are worn then this should be factored into the purchase price - so in effect I agree with Gavin on this.
- Breakdown recovery - good point. Obviously its a choice whether you get this or not but certainly another area to be factored in.
- Repairs - probably a debatable point I would say you were very unfortunate to get those kind of costs in a 3 to 6 year old vehicle - I certainly wouldnt expect to be paying for a pump, absorbers and handbrake at that age, and probably even the battery. Brakes - a bit like my tyre point above I suppose. What you do make a very good point on though is that if you are buying a second hand car, you are much more likely to hit major service milestones with the costs that come with.

Either way, we are certainly agreeing!!

Gavin - I agree with you as well. Either way, it all comes down to the deal. Ironically, we have just bought a brand new car for the wife, not on a lease. This is because it was more cost effective to do so on that specific deal - and in fact, we managed to purchase for the same net price as it would have cost us for the second hand (2 year old) vehicle we had originally gone in to see(!) - a combination of my ruthless negotiating and some particular incentives on that vehicle. My issue is people who rule out a lease just because its "a lease" - its so short sighted and misinformed. Its another option that often (and indeed in my experience more often than not) is the best value way to drive a car. But because people are skewed with this sense of "ownership", they cant see past that.
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DS DS 3 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech 82 Connected Chic 3dr - £167.99 per month, 24 month (1+23), 10k miles
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Looks like a great deal on a 67 plate DS3 hatchback £167.99 initial rental £238.80 fees £167.99 per month 10k miles 24 month lease Great if you want to keep initial cost low
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I think it is a great looking car, but i suppose these things are subjective.
That is one ugly car...
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Skoda Fabia Hatchback 36 Month Personal Lease, 8k Miles per Year, 3+35 £142.81
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Thought this was a reasonable deal. Includes free UK-wide delivery, road tax, warranty and breakdown. Two lease options: 36 months (3+35), Initial payment £428.43, £142.81 per… Read more
Moonwolf197639 m ago

Not touching. My friend had one and the gearbox 1st gear went on 35k, got …Not touching. My friend had one and the gearbox 1st gear went on 35k, got quotes for 2k to fix it, apparently a common fault, but with anyone of 6 plastic part in the gear box! All has to be dismantled


This is a 3 year lease at 8k miles p.a. so 24k miles in total. You'd have a manufacturers warranty for the entire term so that shouldn't be an issue.
Not touching. My friend had one and the gearbox 1st gear went on 35k, got quotes for 2k to fix it, apparently a common fault, but with anyone of 6 plastic part in the gear box! All has to be dismantled
Q Skoda jokes.

These lease deals you are not buying the Car. What this deal means is you pay for what they calculate the Car will depreciate over the lease.
So in this instance the Skoda will lose 5,400 quid while you have pleasure of driving a (joke) Skoda Car!
5.5 grand for a skoda and 8000 miles a year BARGAIN NOT !!!!
Volvo V40 Hatchback T2 [122] Momentum 5dr - 2 Year Lease - 5k miles per annum - £116.78p/m + £1051.06 initial rental + £240 admin fee (£3976 total) @ pure vehicle leasing
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Nice 2 year lease deal for a £21k RRP car Lots of other mileage options available from the same broker over a 2 year lease (9+23): 5k - £3976 8k - £4317 10k - £4545
No anger at all. But it frustates me when people are giving opinions on things they dont own or fully know about. You cant argue the facts/numbers etc. I know how tall i am, and know how much space there is in both the front and back in everyday use, compared to a reviewer who has spent very little time in it-and we know certain reviewers or magazines can be biased one way or another. Id just hate someone is put off by inaccurate information. Im not banging the drum for Volvo in any way, in fact ive had lots of problems with my D2 version, and wouldnt recommend it at all. This being the petrol though, is probably the best one to get-but in the R-Design spec. Ive only ever had family size hatchbacks, and this has more than most.
Rich0696 m ago

And you believe all reviews??I have one of these, so i know how much room …And you believe all reviews??I have one of these, so i know how much room there is. Not an opinion, but fact.


Why the anger my friend, just because you aren’t agreed with, doesn’t have to make you so aggressive, one question mark would have been sufficient. You don’t agree, I don’t agree, great no need to have a stroke about it it’s only a shopping forum. My fact is it’s to small you fact is it just right, Goldilocks prefers it smaller can’t keep ever one happy all of the time. End of the day it’s just a car, don’t worry about it.
eslick1 h, 9 m ago

sorry thought we lived in a civilised country where we are allowed our own …sorry thought we lived in a civilised country where we are allowed our own opionions without being given grief for it from you. you might be used to being hemmed in but we arent and its just not for us, it wont be good for others but as long as you are ok thats all that matters. checking reviews autoexpress says the below so guess we arent the only ones, it may also have been we were sitting in a panoramic model which has an even lower ceiling but there just isnt the space for us we are happy you not so much :(Leg room, head room & passenger spaceThe V40 is a little on the cramped side in the rear. Getting in and out can be a bit awkward, due to the size of the front seats which can get in the way of your feet. Once in, passengers will find comfortable seats but not an abundance of space. Headroom is particularly tight for taller occupants, and if those in the front are tall, they may have to slide their seats forward a bit to free up kneeroom in the back – not something you normally expect in a family five-door.

And you believe all reviews??

I have one of these, so i know how much room there is. Not an opinion, but fact.
reminds of the old days when people thought it was a good idea to rent electrical appliances like TV's and washing machines Eventually they realised renting was a mugs game.
ravi4710 m ago

If you’re after a deal why not buy a 3-4 year old car?


Not everybody can afford to do that. I don't have savings due to just buying a house. I don't want to spend £500 on a car so a lease works out perfectly for me.

Also, some people don't want a used car, even if it did work out cheaper. Why do people buy new clothes when they could get them cheaper from car boot sales? Because people want some things NEW!
Volvo V40 Hatchback T2 [122] Momentum 5dr - 2 Year Lease - 8k miles per annum - £138p/m + £828 initial rental (£4002 total) @ What Car Magazine
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Cheapest lease for this car by a large margin. 24 months (6+23) 8,000mpa Initial rental £828.00 Monthly Rental £138.00 (Inc VAT) Total over 2 years: £4002 The dealer also has N… Read more
neo44037th Nov

Can you please share the link?




I believe he is on an old one as I signed up for the same 18 months ago.
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New lease deal available on this car. Lots of mileage options available from the same broker over a 2 year lease (9+23):

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5k - £3976
8k - £4317
10k - £4545
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seelphed_vr1 h, 5 m ago

Deal is not available anymore. Who was the dealer?


Ray Chapman Motors York
Deal is not available anymore. Who was the dealer?
smellyonion14 h, 13 m ago

I pay 119 for a c1 but no initial rental and 10k. Motoring on an iPhone …I pay 119 for a c1 but no initial rental and 10k. Motoring on an iPhone x contract.


Can you please share the link?
Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 TSI 245 vRS 5dr - 2 yr lease with 10,000 mileage allowance £5709.96 @ Fleet prices
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Cheaper than the deal posted a few days ago, and also includes a 10,000 mileage allowance vs 8,000 miles in that deal. Hope it helps someone :) Breakdown: £2400 Initial Rental … Read more
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Zuulan51 m ago

I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months …I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months to arrive but I don't think that was their fault. A word of warning about them though. They will deliver the vehicle by driving it to you from whatever dealer they use. The mileage used in the delivery to you is part of your 8,000 miles allowance!Mine came from Wales and had 200 miles on it and they are insistent that I now only have 7,800 to use before incurring extra mileage charges!


Will ask nearer the time about collecting it myself if it’s not too far. They normally give a full tank of fuel if you collect.
volksdub6th Nov

Looks like I’m getting mine next month now. 20 weeks went quick




I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months to arrive but I don't think that was their fault.

A word of warning about them though. They will deliver the vehicle by driving it to you from whatever dealer they use. The mileage used in the delivery to you is part of your 8,000 miles allowance!

Mine came from Wales and had 200 miles on it and they are insistent that I now only have 7,800 to use before incurring extra mileage charges!
ddaann_996th Nov

This might be a daft question but I'm new to leasing. What do people do …This might be a daft question but I'm new to leasing. What do people do when they get towards the end of their lease and need to organise their next car? Given the delay on alot of these vehicles can be in the tens of weeks and delivery dates/schedules aren't an exact science. I'm a bit concerned I'm going to end up either without a car when it runs out, or end up having two lease cars for a period of weeks potentially..

It's a valid concern. I am 14 months into my first lease (24 months). My car was in stock so turn around was 2 weeks. There are loads of those around for great deals. If you want a factory order, probably start looking 6-8 months before the end. Also done companies will allow you to extend. I'm with Audi finance and expect they will allow it.
Guys can anyone advise me on a good deal for leasing a 7 seater car? I'm clueless with these things!
SEAT Leon 1.2 TSI SE on 2 year lease £4096 @ Fleetprices = £170 per month
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"SEAT Leon Hatchback 1.2 TSI SE Dynamic Technology 5dr" Personal Contract Hire works out at £180.18 per month for 16,000 miles over 2 years Contract term : 24 months Annual milea… Read more
Great little engine, especially when paired with dsg gearbox
CoeK11 h, 9 m ago

Leasing will never be for people who want to buy a used car and keep it …Leasing will never be for people who want to buy a used car and keep it for 4 years.



I worry that some people don't work out which is the cheaper option for them and end up leasing for longer than they should.
... so who wants to flog me their diesel / tech pack Leon ?
MIDURIX4 m ago

You'd be surprised. I've seen a few threads in here where people are …You'd be surprised. I've seen a few threads in here where people are contemplating between two 'deals' they have been offered by a car salesman only to find (after someone of here points it out) they are paying well above the drivethedeal price.


Are those the same people who think they're getting a great deal with the 'scrappage' offers currently being offered by desperate manufacturers?
m5rcc3 m ago

Of course, that was my ending point, but stating a OTR price that no-one …Of course, that was my ending point, but stating a OTR price that no-one ever pays to work out the cost of ownership is not the best of methods.


You'd be surprised. I've seen a few threads in here where people are contemplating between two 'deals' they have been offered by a car salesman only to find (after someone of here points it out) they are paying well above the drivethedeal price.
Nearly new C4 Cactus Diesel Hatchback 1.6 Bluehdi Flair 5Dr [Non Start Stop] from Motorpoint - £8799
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A number of 2016 plate Citreon C4 Cactus Diesel Hatchback 1.6 Bluehdi Flair 5Dr [Non Start Stop] in the range from £8799 to £9599, all with less than 18000 miles on the clock and j… Read more
We bought a one year old one of these as a practical choice. Obviously ex rental cars. Took a while to get one with leather split folding seats. Went for the 110bhp petrol as it had more low rev usable torque than the diesel. We live in a hilly town and have a four-up commute. Plenty of interior space for the class. Disappointing fuel consumption compared to published rates, despite mild driving habits. Generally happy owner, though. Currently renting a similar Fiat 500L on holiday, hating it.
Truly awful car is the worst car I've ever seen or driven.
Cactus ?

because you feel a bit of a ****k driving it
They import from Jersey too. Id be war
fedex14011 h, 9 m ago

They used to import stock from Cyprus, as that is another RHD market. Not …They used to import stock from Cyprus, as that is another RHD market. Not sure if that is still the case , but if it is, it may mean that they aren't UK spec:{


Agreed - I know that they also import from Malta and the car I was interested in had a non-UK spec plus the warranty issue was unclear!
Nissan Leaf Hatchback Acenta 5dr Auto PCH 6 + 23 * £166.16/pm 8k miles/pa £4818.64 @ Whatcar
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This is a lease/PCH deal for an electric car, so it's a niche of a niche in terms of who it will appeal to. The Acenta one step above the very basic model of the Leaf (Visia) so m… Read more
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be_vigilant2 h, 49 m ago

new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range …new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range is not a massive upgrade to what we already have. I am now on the lookout for a lease as above for a couple of years then I will buy a Tesla M3


The below taken from BBC article suggests it could be 235 miles, if we presume Europe refers to NEDC cycle. Begs the question why tests vary so much between US and Japan to come up with a difference of 100 miles on the range!

Are U.S tests more stringent, which is good if it more closely mimics real life riving situations. Quite surprising if that is the case as the beating heart of the capitalist world would've had to take on the automakers lobby.
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be_vigilant2 h, 5 m ago

new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range …new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range is not a massive upgrade to what we already have. I am now on the lookout for a lease as above for a couple of years then I will buy a Tesla M3



you're right. just checked it out. bit naff so I'm hoping even better deals are available for current gen Leaf to try and shift them.

If you're in the U.S, not sure why you would go for for a $30K leaf when you can get a Model 3 for $35k...apart from wait time
new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range is not a massive upgrade to what we already have.

I am now on the lookout for a lease as above for a couple of years then I will buy a Tesla M3
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Midnight.Tboy27th Aug

Also....does anyone know if you take out a PCH or PCP are you still …Also....does anyone know if you take out a PCH or PCP are you still entitled to claim this deal?http://charge.pod-point.com/nissan-leaf/?utm_source=Adwords&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Consideration-Driver-Exact&utm_term=Consideration-Nissan-Terms&utm_content=Free-Install&gclid=Cj0KEQjw24nNBRChyd7W88OM96UBEiQAuV0sPV7955cAzh3-6CiBeUpKEoltum1cJtx5uQ1Dsc7WYlEaAp368P8HAQ


Yes, you are allowed up to 2 chargers per house.

If anyone is looking for an existing model Leaf it looks like you may have to hurry. They aren't building them due to the new model being launched on the 6th so the only ones left are stock models.
SFconvert2 h, 46 m ago

I think the 4 day test drive offer runs out on 31st august. It was a bit …I think the 4 day test drive offer runs out on 31st august. It was a bit of a faff getting it set up though, took a good week to organise. No limit to how far you can go but obviously range will limit you more, and access to fast charge points!


31st August. Damn, I best try and see if can get it sorted out, hopefully thats the cut off day for requesting it, not actually getting it.

I do have 3 other questions I'm wondering about now with having this

1. When it comes to returning the car, at the end of 2 years, do you have to take it yourself to the particular dealers, eg Nottingham place in the earlier linked site?

2. The option to rent a normal vehicle for up to 14 days, is that only redeemable from the particular garage you bought the car from? so again, would be Nottingham, or can you pick it up from any Nissan dealer.

3. Likewise with question 2, but to do with getting it serviced after the first year
Half price New Vauxhall Astra GTC Sri Cdti Northern Motors Vauxhall
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airbus330

Depreciation is still going to make this expensive. 3 year old gtc's with … Depreciation is still going to make this expensive. 3 year old gtc's with low miles are advertised at around 8k, so making lots of assumptions, buy this at nearly 13k, you still lose c1700 per year. Which, over 3 years, is about what you would lose on many other cars.As a cheap entry to buying a brand new car it's a good deal, but you would have to run it for a long time to make it worthwhile.



I'd be fairly pleased at losing only a third of the value over three years. Not many cars do the same.

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MorganSpice

Got a pcp quote from the dealer today. For a red one with a £2000 deposit … Got a pcp quote from the dealer today. For a red one with a £2000 deposit from me and 10k miles a year, its £179 for 36 months and a gmfv of £7500. Seems reasonable to me?


Total of £16k for a £12.5k car. That's an awful deal, if you have no interest in paying the GMFV there's loads of good lease deals out there.

If you want to own the car then a Sainsburys loan will cost £13.4k including interest, £190 a month over 60 payments, £2k down.
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Got a pcp quote from the dealer today. For a red one with a £2000 deposit from me and 10k miles a year, its £179 for 36 months and a gmfv of £7500. Seems reasonable to me?
Seems like not a bad motor. Any reason why these cars have such low residual values?
Depreciation is still going to make this expensive. 3 year old gtc's with low miles are advertised at around 8k, so making lots of assumptions, buy this at nearly 13k, you still lose c1700 per year. Which, over 3 years, is about what you would lose on many other cars.
As a cheap entry to buying a brand new car it's a good deal, but you would have to run it for a long time to make it worthwhile.
Ford Fiesta 1.0 Ecoboost (140) Zetec S Red Edition 3dr - 2 yr lease, £1200 initial payment, £137.89 p/m personal or £94.99 p/m business, 10,000 miles p/a, inclusive of VAT + tax £4370.45 @ gateway2lease
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monkeyhanger75

The published combined figures used to be a lot closer to reality before … The published combined figures used to be a lot closer to reality before stop-start manipulation on the test cycle recently really pushed the test figures way up though. Ive always managed to get around quoted combined figures around the doors in the summer prior to my current MK7 Golf GTD and surpass them by a margin on a long motorway journey. Now getting within 10% of them on even a long journey is just a pipe-dream. That's why people feel they are being lied to. It does get us cheaper tax discs though.



I tend to agree. More or less every car you look at now has inflated MPG figures. Even the onboard computers lie! My old Mini Cooper D claimed to be sitting in the high 50s to 60 without much effort and when I did the sums, its more like high 40s to 50.
androoski

Ford are not claiming the car will do 63mpg on the road, they are … Ford are not claiming the car will do 63mpg on the road, they are claiming 63mpg on the official test, which you can use to compare the car with other cars achievements on the official test. Given the variation in driving styles and driving conditions it would be silly to expect manufacturers to give a figure that will represent everybody because it's guaranteed to be wrong. Nothing wrong with any claimed figures, because in all cars I've driven I've been able to get better mileage than manufacturer claimed in the ideal conditions.



The published combined figures used to be a lot closer to reality before stop-start manipulation on the test cycle recently really pushed the test figures way up though. Ive always managed to get around quoted combined figures around the doors in the summer prior to my current MK7 Golf GTD and surpass them by a margin on a long motorway journey. Now getting within 10% of them on even a long journey is just a pipe-dream. That's why people feel they are being lied to. It does get us cheaper tax discs though.
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New Car Discount were selling them at £13,300 so if you think it's worth … New Car Discount were selling them at £13,300 so if you think it's worth £10k in two years then you'd be better off buying one.As for the 45mpg, it's difficult to be impressed when Ford are claiming 63mpg, I know the majority of manufacturers exaggerate the economy by manipulating the tests, but that's a huge difference. Although still not as bad as the figures Fiat dreamed up with the Twinair.



Ford are not claiming the car will do 63mpg on the road, they are claiming 63mpg on the official test, which you can use to compare the car with other cars achievements on the official test. Given the variation in driving styles and driving conditions it would be silly to expect manufacturers to give a figure that will represent everybody because it's guaranteed to be wrong. Nothing wrong with any claimed figures, because in all cars I've driven I've been able to get better mileage than manufacturer claimed in the ideal conditions.
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oddballjamie

It's a decent enough car, it's just a shame the better lease deals of … It's a decent enough car, it's just a shame the better lease deals of late are based on two years rather than three. It makes it more difficult to do a fair comparison against buying the car outright as I would think more people would keep the car until it's three years old than two due to the depreciation curve, warranty length and incoming MOT.With lease deals on the ST previously being around £500 more than this, I personally would want to see sub £4k total price for the lower model.



Yaah, Like Mada06 said, you can get it for less than this depending on miles etc. I was actually very close to getting an ST, but I'd almost certainly die and/or lose my licence. Amazing machine. Plus, it'll be a good bit more to run.
Not a bad looking car
Ford Focus ST3 - 5DR - 250BHP.  2yr lease.  £205.96 per month. £1,235.76 initial. £180 admin. 10k Miles per annum £6,152 on PCH or £5,978 for business users (all inclusive of VAT) @ gateway2lease
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monkeyhanger75

I have a German car I own outright (leasing was noticeably more expensive … I have a German car I own outright (leasing was noticeably more expensive at the time of purchase), and instead of it, I could have bought 4 of your £6k Porsches and still had change. Buy smart and you can have the pleasure of driving around in a new £26k car, with class leading safety equipment, the other advances that come with 10 years technological progression, better standard equipment etc for £3k depreciation a year and no big unexpected bills to worry about - I consider that value for money, some others may not agree. I'd feel more of a Charva driving around in an ancient Porsche Barbie/hairdresser mobile. The Ford in question here is perfectly adequate as a capable hot hatch, with practicality and performance, decent handling (no significant limitations that would be obvious off the track) a good all-rounder.I don't think of a car's cost in it's sticker price, but what it is going to cost me over the period of ownership/stewardship, whether I own or lease. I would not trust in the perceived longevity of a 10 year old German car to not have an unexpected large repair bill, German cars might still have the "built like a tank" feel of solidity, but under the tactile elements, they can be as unreliable as many perceived lesser marques. I still buy German because you can get a lot of new car for your money due to exceptional residuals in the cars that I choose.


exactly and cars have improved massively over the last 10 years. its the cost of ownership that clueless people miss. If I buy used that usually means buy outright. this means expensive loan or bang goes your savings
maverikk

So how is paying for a car for a few year and not having anything at the … So how is paying for a car for a few year and not having anything at the end of it better financial sense? Have you ever driven a Boxster? I have PDK Mk2 and I'll tell you it drives BETTER than a 911 - might no be as powerful but a proper sports car. You know nothing!


yes I have driven a boxster and a 911. I considered getting a 911 but alas I need 4 seats. What makes you think I know nothing about cars, what an idiot. the golf r will slaughter you hairdressers car and be more fun and cheaper to run - good luck with any repairs bills too
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jonnywells

Just to update had delivery off my ST3 last week, all went very smoothly … Just to update had delivery off my ST3 last week, all went very smoothly with G2L



Nice one! Glad it all went well.

I have to wait until December for my Golf R..... it's killing me.
Just to update had delivery off my ST3 last week, all went very smoothly with G2L
monkeyhanger75

I have a German car I own outright (leasing was noticeably more expensive … I have a German car I own outright (leasing was noticeably more expensive at the time of purchase), and instead of it, I could have bought 4 of your £6k Porsches and still had change. Buy smart and you can have the pleasure of driving around in a new £26k car, with class leading safety equipment, the other advances that come with 10 years technological progression, better standard equipment etc for £3k depreciation a year and no big unexpected bills to worry about - I consider that value for money, some others may not agree. I'd feel more of a Charva driving around in an ancient Porsche Barbie/hairdresser mobile. The Ford in question here is perfectly adequate as a capable hot hatch, with practicality and performance, decent handling (no significant limitations that would be obvious off the track) a good all-rounder.I don't think of a car's cost in it's sticker price, but what it is going to cost me over the period of ownership/stewardship, whether I own or lease. I would not trust in the perceived longevity of a 10 year old German car to not have an unexpected large repair bill, German cars might still have the "built like a tank" feel of solidity, but under the tactile elements, they can be as unreliable as many perceived lesser marques. I still buy German because you can get a lot of new car for your money due to exceptional residuals in the cars that I choose.

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BMW M135i 3Dr 2 year lease - £251.99 inc vat /month! 6+23 @ Gateway2lease
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Mire Mare

There are some good PCH/PCP deals on at the moment, just ordered a Audi … There are some good PCH/PCP deals on at the moment, just ordered a Audi A6 Avant (s-line) on a 2 year contract for £270 PCM, March delivery!I have said it before, that for those willing to think outside the box PCH/PCP is well worth a look.MM



from where mate?
DappaDonDave

As does just getting an Audi



and then you have an inferior car the other 360 days a year it isn't snowing.

The sort of comments in here are to be honest embarrassing. This is a superb car, practically super car performance (and the correct driven wheels ) for less than £300 a month. You cannot compare this to a GTI or an ST/RS totally different league.



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Absolute bargain this.....great find!
Save as much as £4,935 on the excellent Hyundai i30 at UK Car Discount
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UK Car Discount is offering large discounts on new Hyundais, with savings of £7000 to be made on certain models. All cars are sold as new and get Hyundai’s five year unlimited mile… Read more
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Council house on four wheels.



Brain dead eejit.



Council house on four wheels.
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Brand New MG6 Magnette over 40% off; £8999 (S), £9999 (SE), £10999 (TSE) @ Motorpoint
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Delivery mileage MG6 Magnette (saloons) for sale at Motorpoint with huge discounts. £8999 for an S spec (RRP £16020) £9999 for an SE spec (RRP £17520) £10999 for a TSE spec (RRP … Read more
I know this is an old thread but felt the need to post. Apart from a couple of posters, I've never read so much tripe in all my life! I bought one of the Motorpoint Magnette TSEs in October 2013. Great car and 100% reliable! Handsome (imo) with unbelievable kit for the price! It's no wonder the 6 has not sold in the UK given the ill informed ignorance that has been spouted all over the net by people who have never even seen one in the flesh! I don't think 30mpg in stop start urban driving is bad either (That's what I'm getting) and on a run you'll see it up in the 40s and 50s. I think the guy going on about a 3.0 Land Rover having a similar mpg can only have been talking about the diesel version not petrol! The full leather interior and black and silver trim is very nice too! I love my Magnette and will gladly get another, unfortunately with the recent facelift to the 6, the Magnette was dropped. Mind you, I own one of the rarest modern saloons on the road so kind of glad! less than 700 in total!

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Not sure why this was expired, SEs are now £9299. One TSE left at £10999.
mccririck

Dont they fit roll cages though?



Touring cars share little of the road going car anymore. Dashboard is the same, most body panels (Rob Austin in A4's strips road going cars to use as parts), engine is TOCA specified so has to be 2 litre turbo charged to certain output, plus the weight and ride height are heavily scrutinised.

Still the best racing series in the UK bar none, F1 is too predictable.
Did anyone buy one and if so what's your opinion on it ?
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£1 for Bosch (448AW H1) Four Season Car Headlamp Bulb x 1 @ Halfords
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Reserved a pair £2. Should fit mk3 Mondeo main beam.
If you go on the Halfords website and enter your car details it will tell you.

Find the correct bulb for your vehicle

Click on the link and it will take you to the page.
Will they fit on a toyota corolla?
do these bulbs fit in any car?
do these bulbs fit in any car?
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