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Kia Stonic Estate 36 Month Personal Lease, 10k Miles per Year, 6+35 £158.56 @ Wessex Kia
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Found 25th Oct 2017Found 25th Oct 2017
Thought this was a reasonable deal for a three year lease with 10k a year mileage. 6+35 months. So £951.34 upfront followed by 35 months at £158.56. Total cost for three years: … Read more
Would be interesting to see whether carleasespy rates the 'Stonic', they haven't done a feature on value crossovers/SUVs yet
Ralph88825th Oct

I agree with you, according to the website the name is derived from the …I agree with you, according to the website the name is derived from the words "speedy" and "tonic".


Ralph88825th Oct

I agree with you, according to the website the name is derived from the …I agree with you, according to the website the name is derived from the words "speedy" and "tonic".

...or anything beginning with the letter ‘S’ and ‘tonic’...
admpgk21 h, 49 m ago

As far as I'm aware the terms of the Kia warranty as set out below is not …As far as I'm aware the terms of the Kia warranty as set out below is not greatly different from that provided by other manufacturers in the terms of the scope of what's covered. Where it does differ is that it lasts for up to 100K miles/7 years. No matter how flawed this is, it's surely still better than what's provided by other manufacturers?"Some items have a natural limited life/durability and are therefore covered for less than 7 years. These items include (but are not restricted to) consumable parts such as worn windscreen wiper blades, clutch linings, etc. The car battery is warranted for 2 years, the audio system for 3 years/60,000 miles and the car paint for 5 years/100,000 miles. For all other components, the total cost of parts and labour associated with any car warranty insurance claim are covered."


Well iirc Vauxhall pulled theirs because people started complaining after it was dubbed “lifetime” and it was only some stuff and only to 100k I believe.
M_z26th Oct

That is a really good factual summary. Your previous used car strategy …That is a really good factual summary. Your previous used car strategy would probably have made more financial sense if you had kept the car up to 100K miles though. The depreciation from a 5 year old car with 60k, to a 9 year old with 100k isn't that much - and you'd have had more value from the servicing/adhoc repairs. There is a common perception that cars all go expensively wrong after 60K, and I am not sure this is really true if they are looked after.I've always thought that leases make lots of sense if you want a newish car with fixed running costs. When it comes to owning a car, I buy high mileage 100K plus, 1 owner and full main dealer history. For me that's the sweet spot of reliability, its buy cheap, sell cheap and don't worry about depreciation. Obviously there is a risk of a massive garage bill, but I've never actually had one.




Yes maybe I did sell prematurely but I was more of the opinion I held on too long, when I sold it there was 74K miles on the clock, I had put 60k of those on there, If I had sold it earlier then about £1500 worth of expenditure would not of been required, but having spent it as you say I should of got my moneys worth out of it, my concern was what if something even bigger went next time, then I would of had to hold on to it a long time to recoup my money, its always a gamble and in the end leasing at least gave some kind of control over this cost.
I've been offered it in sienna brown. Not sure about that colour at all. You need to pay more for colour choice. Also there's a 14-16 week lead time.
KIA SPORTAGE GT-LINE.    3+47m lease/PCH for £246.45 per month + £198 broker fee. Includes  VAT and Metallic Paint
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Found 9th Oct 2017Found 9th Oct 2017
Obviously no good if you want to own the car. 1.7 diesel also available for a few quid more. I cant find cheaper - can you?
antmoss310th Oct

Has anyone driven/own a new sportage. If so any comments


Ive been leasing one for the past 11 months. The 1.7 diesel '2' version. Nice and spacious and good sized boot. Not bad to drive nice and comfy and not too bad on the corners. Fine for a family car. The mpg seems to be getting better over time too although initially wasn't as much as id have hoped.. I leased a Honda Civic before this and the Kia isn't quiet as refined but the '2' model has plenty of technology and was cheaper to insure and service but I guess that depends on model. 4 years seems long to lease. I always go for 24 months while I decide what car to buy then always just end up leasing again!! Never had any charges when giving back but always looked after. The Honda's front wheels were scuffed but wasn't charged.
Better deals out there than a kia sportage for this money and certainly wouldn't lease over 4 years. Kind of defeats the point.
Has anyone driven/own a new sportage. If so any comments
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Bailerboybox2 m ago

36 months 8k miles inc vat £229 per month no admin …36 months 8k miles inc vat £229 per month no admin https://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/deals/kia/sportage/estate-1.6t-gdi-gt-line-5dr/personal/1653355/?price_id=18263499not metallic, but you could haggle!



Thanks
36 months 8k miles inc vat £229 per month no admin
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not metallic, but you could haggle!
Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr £4869.84 total at yes-lease.co.uk
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Found 16th Feb 2017Found 16th Feb 2017
Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr for just £189.16pm and NO DEPOSIT. 24 months no down payment. 330 processing fee. 4869.84 total. 8000 miles. Thought this was a… Read more
kpmatthews

8,000 miles per year i would expect


That would make it more reasonable
pete_l

8000 miles is less than 10 miles each way per working day for 2 years. … 8000 miles is less than 10 miles each way per working day for 2 years. And for that you're paying nearly £5000 + insurance + fuel + maintenance.If it is only for 1 occupant, you'd be better off buying a bicycle.


8,000 miles per year i would expect
pete_l

8000 miles is less than 10 miles each way per working day for 2 years. … 8000 miles is less than 10 miles each way per working day for 2 years. And for that you're paying nearly £5000 + insurance + fuel + maintenance.If it is only for 1 occupant, you'd be better off buying a bicycle.



​Well, if you want to be picky, it'll be even cheaper to walk, be that one person or five!
8000 miles is less than 10 miles each way per working day for 2 years. And for that you're paying nearly £5000 + insurance + fuel + maintenance.
If it is only for 1 occupant, you'd be better off buying a bicycle.
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Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr 24 Months Lease £4716 @ Yes lease
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Found 14th Feb 2017Found 14th Feb 2017
£183.62 x 23 = £4223.26 £183.62 Initial £300 fee 8k miles per annum Total £4716 all in over two years.
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ikky101

Keep this! Did you know cops aren't allowed to give chase to a 3 wheel … Keep this! Did you know cops aren't allowed to give chase to a 3 wheel car


that's because they can just walk along side it until it runs out of petrol
Mada06

What possible benefit would your comment have on anyone reading this … What possible benefit would your comment have on anyone reading this thread?



Easy to realise you don't need a flash car doh
mark_trev

always one to joke about rubbish cars but I actually think they have made … always one to joke about rubbish cars but I actually think they have made an effort with this oneit genuinely (arguably) looks good for an estate - prefer it to the boring standard german alternatives



Concept!
Edited by: "muffboy" 16th Feb 2017
always one to joke about rubbish cars but I actually think they have made an effort with this one
it genuinely (arguably) looks good for an estate - prefer it to the boring standard german alternatives

http://images.honestjohn.co.uk/imagecache/file/fit/730x700/media/8726534/Kia~Sportspace~(2).jpg
POWYSWALES

This or try and get another year out of my reliant rialtofree photo upload


Thought you were a Dacia kind of guy. Moving up in the world.
SEAT LEON SPORT COUPE 2.0 TSI CUPRA BLACK 290 3DR £199 p/m inc vat, £1194 deposit LEASE 24months £4809.09 @ Seat Warrington
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Found 16th Aug 2016Found 16th Aug 2016
SEAT LEON SPORT COUPE 2.0 TSI Cupra Black 290 3dr ~ LEON SPT/CPE 2.0TSI CUPRA BLACK 290 Initial rental 23 monthly rentals of £165.83 (plus VAT) Excess mileage 7.2p per mile (plus … Read more
Cold, not a Golf R.....:p
zx636r

We're not worried Sherlock, you appear to be all over it.:p


Thanks
Edited by: "floridafil" 16th Aug 2016
floridafil

Title gives deposit & payments inc VAT, then total price without.Very … Title gives deposit & payments inc VAT, then total price without.Very misleading.



We're not worried Sherlock, you appear to be all over it.

Walpurgis

There are reports that SEAT has stopped making the current version of the … There are reports that SEAT has stopped making the current version of the Sport Coupe because there's a new 2017 version coming, with orders starting in November/December (see post 79 in this thread). So it is doubtful whether there would be cars available for this leasing deal, unless they are in stock.



They are probably stock deals.

Leon is only getting a face-lift in 2017. Not an all-new car.
m5rcc

I know... Hence post #5


I know you know.
It was more of a comment than an explanation.
2016 Kia Picanto 1.0 65 2 5 door Petrol Hatchback £7895 including £500 finance deposit and 2 years 0% ebay / perrys_motor_sales_ltd
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RRP is £9645 I've just bought one of these for £7800 (including £500 deposit contribution from Kia) and was going to post the deal when I finally signed the paperwork and drove it… Read more
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After a few years of ownership I mean x
Opinions please a few years of ownership. Is this still a good car? Real MPG Road Tax. Insurance group? Thank you x

How many mpg do the manufacturers say the car can do?Looking on fuelly … How many mpg do the manufacturers say the car can do?Looking on fuelly these cars only seem to do about 42mpg (although one person is getting 50mpg).I would expect a small car like this to do more.



They sound like very honest and realistic figures for such a car, all the claims of 65+mpg are usually lies, Though I would expect 50+mpg possible if you were very good at eco driving on the motorway.
Though I would never buy a new car, the KIA Picanto is easily the best small car on sale today. And that price is awesome, should last forever if you look after it.

Disc brakes all round, fantastic "Hyundai Kappa" chain cam engines (cost $421 million to design!) that use some very advanced technology in their construction (see here if your interested .

And in my opinion the looks are far superior to the Hyundai i10, VW UP!, KA, Twingo, Yaris, Adam and the fiat 500 is simply far too common. I wish they would make a HOT hatch version though.

But please guys, look after them and make sure they get their oil changed regularly so people like me can buy a good used one in 10 years
Superb price for the spec. Aircon! Should be standard on every car. Apart from an atom.
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Brand New KIA Picanto 1.0 Scrappage Is Back (£2000) Birchwood West Sussex Branch £6095 after allowance
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Scrappage is back at Birchwood and West Sussex Motors. If you own a scrappage qualifying car then you will receive a minimum of £2000 against the purchase of any brand new Kia car.… Read more
Very surprised its not a finance only deal, the various garages we visited last year basically tried their best not to sell my girlfriend a (brand new) car when they found out she was paying cash. In the end we gave up lol. As a side note we tried the Picanto and the i10 and even though they're supposed to be the same-ish found the i10 was roomier inside, Still not bad getting a Picanto for just over £6000 if eligible.
I paid £8400 for the 2 through York without any scrap page
Which model is it?
It's only £95....after I part ex my £8000 car.
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topss

What's the £99+vat administration fee for? Is this a finance deal?



It is not a finance deal.
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New Ford, Nissan, Mazda Kia or Skoda at cost price + £1 at Sandicliffe
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Sandicliffe are doing a black Friday sales event starting today and rolling through the entire weekend. They’re selling all of their new cars at the price that they paid, plus £1.… Read more
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I've just rang sandicliffe about a clip that's broke on my parcel shelf. Said the clip isn't made on its own and needs a new shelf ordered under warrantee. However a different ford has lots of clips in stock and will fit a new one Thursday. Idiot boy at sandicliffe lol. I hope they get the right car for you when you 9rder it as their knowledge doesn't seem that good!!!
I've just rang sandicliffe about a clip that's broke on my parcel shelf. Said the clip isn't made on its own and needs a new shelf ordered under warrantee. However a different ford has lots of clips in stock and will fit a new one Thursday. Idiot boy at sandicliffe lol. I hope they get the right car for you when you 9rder it as their knowledge doesn't seem that good!!!
Years ago, I bought a Mitsubishi on a similar deal. The salesman showed me the invoice, but as mentioned earlier, their profit comes from the manufacturers bonus. They will be looking to shift a certain number before the end of December. There could be a good deal but always worth looking at the online brokers to compare.
oddballjamie

You can get them with big discounts through online brokers already.

True enough. I would have been interested to see what price Sandicliffe would be trying to shift them at.
there is no way to make sure what they claim to have paid is correct?
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