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Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 TSI vRS (Black Pack) - 24m lease - 8k miles p/a - £714 initial + £238pm + £199 admin = £6387 @ Leasing Options
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Posted 13th SepPosted 13th Sep
Decent price for this Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 TSI vRS 5dr (Black Pack) manual - works out at 23.6% of £27k list price based on a 2 year lease with 8k miles. £237.99 per mon… Read more
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Bargainhunter_13

Dyno'd at 304 bhp and 560nm. As much as I loved my Evo when it worked this 330d and it's torque is like nothing I've ever driven. So much so I'm looking for 335d e91 but hard to find decent touring versions. Deals like this one though make you think about your options.

idroidmaniac

A 330d mapped must be over 330hp and 450trq though. I've had manual R's off the line in a stock m135i. Those dsg R's are ok up to 80 then get worked on by anything with a bigger engine.

Bargainhunter_13

I've been on a 2017 version and interior impressed me. As did the ride as already mentioned.

SteHuz90

Its not a hot hatch but yes its still fun, I have this model. Great laugh in sports mode while still being able to carry 43 suitcases in the back and passengers have ample room. Great kickdown and smooth ride too.

robert_adamson

Is this fun to drive as interested but on the fence :/

Skoda Karoq Estate 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr (Lease deal) - Initial £990.16 + 23 x £163.36 at What Car? Leasing
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Posted 10th SepPosted 10th Sep
I know not everyone’s cup of tea but a really good value SUV in my opinion Based on 24 Months / 8,000 miles pa Main Dealer Rainworth Mansfield 0333 3232942 Low insurance also o… Read more
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BeanieBaby

Check out what car leasing or leasing.com

Sandy1012

Any offers on the auto/dsg version?

zorbathegeek

I drive a 2009 polo and I believe it does 0-60 in 15 secs. Zero problems on the motorway or otherwise. Learn to drive properly and you’ll be safer than relying on your break horsepower to bail you out.

ses6jwg

paul.jacobs

Its an OK car for a first car, but prefer my Golf R estate, 0-60 in 4.5

Skoda Karoq 1.6 TDi SE £199+48x£199 4 year PCP deal £9751 at Richmond Motor group
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Posted 9th SepPosted 9th Sep
Good 4 year PCP deal on a Skoda Karoq with a very low £199 deposit. Only 5,000 miles pa, but should be plenty of equity left at the end to cover the balloon payment of £10534.50 Ex… Read more
KCooperman

I mean that you are wrong in that you can easily get out of pcp, but I never said it would be cheap!! If it was then you'd have everyone changing ever few months as soon as the new car smell wears off....so obviously it is structured that way. As for handing it back early, if the car is worth less than what is left in monthly payments then handing it back early makes more sense - particularly if you have no intention of keeping it at the end of term. I doubt many people have the money to pay the balloon payment anyway... Fyi - I do lease now as it is more cost effective if you want to change every 2/3 years. I will buy a car to own when I retire... PCP is just leasing with the option to buy at the end.

SFconvert

How exactly are you likely to have paid off over 50% of the car's cost on a PCP just 18 months into it? The gfv itself is often close to 50%. As for the deposit, yes correct if she'd paid a significant deposit, but she didn't and most people don't, so I'm not sure how you can say I am "wrong", you can sometimes get out early, but this is the exception (and only if you've paid a large deposit or the plan is oddly structured or high interest rates) not the rule, but it doesn't stop dealers (and people on forums) implying to customers that they can "get out early", it's a form of mis-selling imo. And anyway, paying back over 50% of the list price of a car and then just handing it back after 2 or 3 years is hardly good financial sense. You've paid for over half a car and now own no car at all, brilliant. May as well just lease lol.

KCooperman

Sorry but you are wrong. If she has paid 50% of the total cost of the car then she can just hand it back and walk away.. i have done this twice...It all depends on how much deposit she paid up front and the APR. Otherwise she should ask for a settlement figure and then go check out what we buy any car / Evan's hawshaw are offering..

avinine86

Lool

Shockey

Diesel market down compare residual values compared to a petrol some cars there is up to £2000 difference. I had had this engine in an ateca. Was ok just not enough torque especially for motorways did achieve 55-60 mpg and I’m not lightest of foot overall I think better off with a 1.5 TSI petrol as residual value will be better and probably get a better deal. This is is only a basic SE don’t think these come with CarPlay not sat nav you need SE technology for that

Skoda Karoq SUV 1.6 TDi 115 SE 5Dr DSG [Start Stop] £5,284.56 at Vertu Motors (£220.19 per month 1+23)
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Contract term 24 months Rental profile 1 + 23 Annual mileage 8000 Processing fee £0.00 Finance doc fee £0.00 Production status Current model Warranty included yes Breakdown cover y… Read more
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avinine86

Which car is this and where to buy it? That's a great deal you got.

Pointlessusername

Fake news??? Prove it..,

anlygi

I did say factoring in a discount on list price. I'd love to know what, where and how you managed to get over 50% off list price. If your suggesting that sort of ridiculous saving is the norm, please show me where I can get a new Golf R in even basic trim for anywhere near £18k as I'll be all over it!

cbflazaro

who pays list price? my car list price is 38k and i paid 18.7k for it. The cheapest 2 year old used of the same model as mine is 17k. lease only makes sense if you compare it with RPP/resale price. If you compare it with Actual price you can buy them for/relase price, youre better off buying new and then selling used.

bla_and

https://www.helstongarages.co.uk/skoda/new-car-offers/karoq-se-244/ includes metallic paint too, limited stock

Skoda Kodiaq 2.0 TDi SE L 4x4 DSG 7 seat SUV - 2 Year Lease - 9+23 x £218.44pm - 8,000 miles per annum - Total Cost £6,990.04 @ Vertu
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Posted 7th SepPosted 7th Sep
2 year personal lease deal on 8,000 miles per year for a reasonably well equipped family SUV. There is an initial payment of £1,965.92 followed by 23 monthly payments of £218.44. A… Read more
fbhh

Defo expired.

sunjcb

Lookers charged me about 50%when I had family pack and ACC. Family pack is a must have when you have a child. It even comes with door edge protection.

Adski989

Easiest thing to do is go onto the skoda vehicle configurator and it shows the monthly cost for the options below each option, although it doesn't show the paint the virtual cockpit was about 50% of the total cost, i even confirmed with the dealership and he said it was correct. It doesn't have paint as a monthly option so maybe it is a larger % payable over the term.

matth5182

Lookers is £100 cheaper to change the paint to moon white but not 50% of the upgrade. Vertu are charging the full 595. Adski989 can you send me your figures please?

goldenshepherd

I ordered through vertu yesterday with no options added and just the original energy blue colour. Was quoted 25-27 weeks to delivery on the factory build, which is great for me as my current lease doesn't end until early may, so there won't be too much of an overlap. I initially thought I wasn't able to go with it as the original estimate was 18 weeks. The metallic paint was going to be an extra £18.59 p/m with vertu, so works out as the full £595 price of the colour upgrade, which I wasn't keen on spending extra as I'm planning to hand the car back at the end. I would've considered the upgrade if it was at 50% cost as energy blue doesn't look that great in the photos I saw online.

Skoda Karoq - 1.0 TSI SE Technology - 24 month lease (9+23) / 8k miles pa - £4,912 (Net £204.67pm) @ Vertu Motors
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Posted 16th JulPosted 16th Jul
Been looking around for a lease and was tempted for the Octavia deal that was previously posted. This seems like a great deal for a car with a list price of £21,945. Free colou… Read more
ses6jwg

Ordered over a month ago and still not in production...

hurdy

Called them yesterday and was quoted mid December

RBH

(y) 🏻

Dbrown1984

Mine took four weeks to arrive. It’s sat at the dealership waiting for me. It’ll be registered on a 69 plate

adambaz

Did you order before I posted this deal? I ordered the day before posting, and mine is due for build wk43, which will be 21st October. That’s 14 weeks to build, plus however long it takes to get here.

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Skoda Octavia Hatch - 1.0tsi - SE Technology / 24 month lease (9+23) / 10k miles pa - £4,583.72 @ Vertu Motors
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30/09/2019Expires on 30/09/2019Posted 8th JulPosted 8th Jul
I have been looking at lease cars in the last few days and Skoda seem to have to quite good deals on the Octavia. The one that has caught my eye, that I am in the middle of arrangi… Read more
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ravi47

Here’s a recent review https://www.parkers.co.uk/skoda/octavia/review/?utm_source=OracleResponsys&utm_medium=email&utm_content=PCP_news&utm_campaign=PCP-E-B-190819-NEWSL-ENG-NEW&email_hash=b9c2ba239025d8cdc3fbdd17e5906231

JohnSmith21

Owned because I was correct and he wasn’t? You are literally the most stupid person I have met

Pacmancereal

Must hurt to get so badly owned.

montana78

Any good offers on a 7 seater like touran or zafira

JohnSmith21

We’re not talking about laws we’re talking about contractual obligations of your insurance policy. I won’t bother reading the rest of the dribble. You have shown you have no understanding of the subject so your words mean nothing to me.

Skoda Octavia 1.6TDi S Hatchback - Brand New at Drive The Deal - £13,773.55 - 32.5% off List Price
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30/09/2019Expires on 30/09/2019Posted 3rd JulPosted 3rd Jul
Drive The Deal are currently offering large discounts on the Skoda Octavia hatchback and estate ranges. I've highlighted this 1.6 TDi S as this seems to be the biggest percentage d… Read more
anewman

I'm sure a dealer would offer a better price via Carwow.

Els1e

I paid £2.5k down (basically the value of my old car) and now £88 a month for the Octavia 1.0 Tsi SE Technologhy for 2 years, 8k miles per year. I am VERY happy with the deal!

audievo

yep seems strange, quoting £88pm and a says it costs less than £14k so that is a159 month (13,25 year) deal. Unless it's a 2/3 year deal with a big lump payment up front.

Mike_HUKD

How did you get this car for £88 per month? Sounds like a bargain!

monkeyhanger75

If it's not tucked away then it should be easy to spot. Anywhere between the shape and size of a box of cigarettes and twice that size. It'll have a logo on which doesn't belong to any of the VAG brands and probably with 2 or 3 leads coming off it. I'd expect the box to be tucked somewhere handy like a flexible battery cover. If it's a remap, there's nothing physical to find under the bonnet.

Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS DSG 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - £779.97 deposit + £259.99pm + £185.99 = £6944.74 @ Leasing Options
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Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS DSG 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - £779.97 deposit + £259.99pm + £185.99 = £6944.74 @ Leasing Options
£6,944.74£8,037.1214%Leasing Options Deals
Good price for this Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS 5dr DSG [Black Pack] on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. Works out at £259.99 per month (3+23 profile), plus £779.97 d… Read more
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africanspeed

Hahaha

SteHuz90

As I was going through the financial approval the car I wanted got snapped up, I wanted the Meteor Grey in DSG but they only had manual. So they said more were coming to the spec I wanted but Ill have to wait longer for the car.

Daddypig40

Cool. Have you got the car yet - what’s the turnaround?

SteHuz90

Yeah, I have.

Daddypig40

has anyone gone for this??

Skoda Kodiaq 2.0TDi 4x4 190 Sportline DSG (£2490+23x£299p/m. Total = £9,367) at Simpsons Skoda
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Skoda Kodiaq 2.0TDi 4x4 190 Sportline DSG (£2490+23x£299p/m. Total = £9,367) at Simpsons Skoda
This looks like a great price for anyone wanting a big 7-seat SUV and doesn’t have an issue with the leasing approach to vehicle ownership... Automatic transmission and with meta… Read more
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cava83

That is a really good deal you got there

ivrytwr3

Zen auto

Pookster2000

Which company did you use?

m5rcc

Are you speaking on behalf of all leasees?

m5rcc

Yeh the description clearly states it's a PCH. Also, tell me where you can buy a Kodiaq to own for under £10k?

Skoda MVF78 003 Watch Chronograph Motor Sport Stainless Steel Watch now £80.16 delivered at Amazon
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Skoda MVF78 003 Watch Chronograph Motor Sport Stainless Steel Watch now £80.16 delivered at Amazon
Original Skoda chronograph Motorsport - movement: seiko Epson VF34 A 100% Skoda original accessory Design: Black Silicone Bracelet with Green Decorative Stitching and stainless s… Read more
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DonDraper

Are the full instructions to help likely owners tell the time?

M_z

Love it: "Customers who viewed this item also viewed Skoda Universal fasteners for the boot - 6V0061104"

Gollywood

I like it (horror)

diktiomenos

How many miles pa? Does it include insurance? Is there a balloon payment option at the end of the lease?

bigbaz

What are those two buttons either side of the crown? They're called pushers, a requirement with all Skodas. (highfive)

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

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

lj61

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

tighty

OK thanks Dad.

gary333

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

porsche911turbo

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

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

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

steviedee

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

Mildlytight

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

matlock67

So people don’t service lease cars?

pablotatt

Deal has finished already

Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS DSG 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - £791.97 deposit + £263.99pm + £185.99 = £7049.73 @ Leasing Options
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Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS DSG 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - £791.97 deposit + £263.99pm + £185.99 = £7049.73 @ Leasing Options
Good price for this Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS 5dr DSG [Black Pack] on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. Works out at £263.99 per month (3+23 profile), plus £791.97 d… Read more
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jammy86

Im with you. I bought a 3 year old nearly top spec CC 4.5 years ago, ive done 65k in it and it still has a residual value which means ill have lost no more than 7k..... I think it's a generational thing and i seem to be from an older generation that my peers ...

smartypants71

Pipe.

Porka911

Is the 245 referring to bhp, Could it possibly be safe to overtake in a car with just 245bhp?

jib6984

I'm sorry I didn't phrase my question properly but thank you for your response. I was referring to finance deals as a whole I.e. pcp, pch etc as opposed to just buying approved used or from classifieds. I realise you have warranty etc but it seems a helluva lot of money for a car you can't drive as much as you like, don't own etc. I've never bought a brand new car or leased but I think your explanation regards leasing makes sense if you don't plan on keeping the car long if at all.

Red.Devil

Dreary me, it seems you love your SKODA and will defend it. I admire your loyalty towards it as do many taxi drivers who use them daily. Enjoy the gearbox, the leaks throughout and that engine...at least you can give it back in 2 years and aren't saddled with it.

Skoda Octavia Hatch 2.0 TSi 245 vRS 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] - £193.76/month + fees  = £6500.31 total @ 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing
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Skoda Octavia Hatch 2.0 TSi 245 vRS 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] - £193.76/month + fees = £6500.31 total @ 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing
£6,500.31£6,750.784%1st Choice Vehicle Leasing Deals
Seems like a whole lot of car for sub £200. Was looking at a standard Octavia for my mum but at this price it's mighty tempting!! Usual 5k miles which is enough for us but I would … Read more
spongebob1913

Just curious, anyone who went for this, or other Skoda deals, what letter does your numberplate start with?

gary333

They are dealers not manufacturers. All dealers get cars because they ordered them, not because a lot of cars were built and had to be sent somewhere (remember it’s VWG we are talking about here). Yes, WLTP meant they had to wait for the certification so yes the dealers do risk having unsold stock but some dealers play the game to manipulate their sales figures so that’s their issue if regulation or a bad quarter bites them (like it has done with some dealers). VWG don’t have a stock pile of generic UK cars waiting around on a dock somewhere growing weeds so the point stands. Your point about them needing them gone by 31st March backs up that it’s the dealers own forecasting that caused them to have stock piled up, because if it was VWG the cars would remain unregistered so sale date is irrelevant.

lolmann1

they have loads of cars - Inchcape who my brother works for need them all out before 31st March - the reason they were taking so long was becuase of WLTP and the fact non of the cars met guidlines - if you want a car built to your own spec then yes it will take longer but be assured Inchacape have loads of cars

lolmann1

its personal opinion on the looks of anything ,, Skoda uses old VW / Audi Parts anyway but the point is the deal for Skoda is better value - you get more car for the money - but agree if you like the badge because it makes you think your rich happy days ... would you buy a blow up doll with penis if it had face like cheryl cole ?? (cheeky)

gary333

VW group (as I said) are NOT stock piling UK spec cars! BTW, this is NOT my opinion, this is factual. Feel free to visit any VWG show room, or call customer services and check - they will confirm this to you. You are making assumptions about the VW group position, which I can assure you of, that you are incorrect. Now if you'd have posted this on a PSA Group car deal you might have got further, but your comments are ignorant to the brands we are talking about here.

Skoda Karoq SUV 1.6 TDi 115 SE 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] - 2 year Lease 9 + 23 £165.33 @ 10k miles £5290.56 @ KG Vehicle Solutions
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Skoda Karoq SUV 1.6 TDi 115 SE 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] - 2 year Lease 9 + 23 £165.33 @ 10k miles £5290.56 @ KG Vehicle Solutions
£5,290.56£5,499.564%KG Vehicle Solutions Deals
Can also be had on a lower deposit 6 + 23 of 182.43 per month As per below, maybe extra £20 A month as only metallic paint left https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/3701… Read more
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cava83

Just seen this on what car which seems ok. Have contacted to see what can be done. Skoda SE 1.6 Manual, works out to be £5175.34 over 24 months, if no broker fee and on 8,000 per annum. Closest Seat Ateca so far albeit SE Technology (same engine though) works out to be £6,525 Thanks

cava83

Any more like these around can't seem to find any :(

FOAD

Makes perfect sense cuz I had one lease with them and literally just signed up for a new one. Same thing. Nvm.

markymark34

That literally makes zero sense

FOAD

Nope, this is on any lease with VW finance.

Skoda Octavia 1.5 TSI SE 5dr for £15,527 Save 26% @ Drive the Deal
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Skoda Octavia 1.5 TSI SE 5dr for £15,527 Save 26% @ Drive the Deal
£15,527£20,99926%Drive the Deal Deals
A tidy saving on a decent car. Please note there is a FREE 2 Years' Servicing Plan and 3 Years' Pan-European Roadside Assistance available. Need to take out PCP and then pay it o… Read more
Zuulan

Oh, I've not noticed that. GA to GN is from Maidstone and GP to GY is Brighton.

spongebob1913

Yeah I know, but curious to see if they all come from similar places, or Skoda HQ. I see a disproportionate amount of skodas in Hampshire on G plates compared to any other car. And all "approved used" skodas seem to have G plates, at various dealers up and down the country.

Zuulan

That will depend on where the supplying dealer is. My 2016 Yeti came from North Wales and had a CX number plate.

spongebob1913

Just curious, anyone who went for this, or other Skoda deals, what letter does your numberplate start with?

Zuulan

A Mclaren presumably.

Skoda Karoq 1.6 TDI SE Technology 5dr DSG Automatic, 3 year Lease 'Term £9300' @ Whatcar/HortonSkoda
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Skoda Karoq 1.6 TDI SE Technology 5dr DSG Automatic, 3 year Lease 'Term £9300' @ Whatcar/HortonSkoda
Very similar to the Seat Ateca DSG (which i wanted) but with a different badge and cheaper. Based on 8000 miles a year in Solid Energy Blue with Technology pack, via Horton Skoda. … Read more
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Cristiano

I think this is a better deal admittedly not the technology spec. I’m gonna go for this at total vehicle leasing I think tomorrow £700 deposit and £235 a month for the SE DSG.

m5rcc

Mainly to avoid DPF issues from cold and/or short journeys. Yes it isn't your problem as it's not your car, but it will be if your lease is off the road and you need to spend your own time with the inconvenience.

Sandy1012

I have only ever purchased petrol cars and if I was buying outright, there is no way i would purchase a diesel doing such low mileage. 'Leasing/renting' is different story, the Auto Diesel version is cheaper than Petrol Auto, more mpg etc. so why get petrol?

m5rcc

Must your new car be diesel? If you're only doing 8,000 miles do you need to have diesel? Or do you need it for towing?

Sandy1012

Quite like the Kuga, but thats not auto version, which usually cost a fair bit more to lease also the Kuga's supposed be quite uneconomical on mpg alot of people complaining, I have that problem at the moment on Auto CRV

SKODA Octavia 1.0TSI 115PS SE Technology 'Personal Contract Hire' (LEASE) offer from  £79 per month - £2490 initial rental - £4307 for 8k pa
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SKODA Octavia 1.0TSI 115PS SE Technology 'Personal Contract Hire' (LEASE) offer from £79 per month - £2490 initial rental - £4307 for 8k pa
I just picked up mine, the DSG 1.0 version, we use it as our second car to do school run and shopping. Wanted a safe reliable car with no head ache over next two years. The autonom… Read more
spongebob1913

I wondered if they starty with G - I live nowhere near a G plate area, and see a load of G plate skodas.

mesimes

FY, Why?

gslgregory

Mine's an MD

spongebob1913

Just curious, anyone who went for this, or other Skoda deals, what letter does your numberplate start with?

spritey

People who are worried about returning a lease car and wear... We've returned 4 lease cars so far. A BMW 3 Series 320d, Audi A4 Black Edition, Ford Focus Titanium and Kia Sportage. At the end of each lease I've had a local chap do a full deep valet and scratch repair, cost me around £150-£200 at most. 3 of the cars I had no charges. On the Audi A4 I got hit with £200 of charges but contested it (when you do that they have to take it away and reassess it), never heard back from them after that (been a year) so they probably just decided to throw it in auction. If you return the car in great condition inside and out, they're far more likely to take it straight for sale to save on costs. All the guys who have picked up my lease cars have been taking the cars straight to a location for auction. Morale. Look after your car and set aside a bit of cash for body repairs. Last car (Kia Sportage) only cost me £100 for valet and scratch repair. I received my Skoda Octavia Tech a couple of days ago. Well impressed for the price.

Cheap Lease - Skoda Octavia Hatchback 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr £78.13 p/m Initial Payment £2,400.00 24 months - £4196.99 @ What car
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Cheap Lease - Skoda Octavia Hatchback 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr £78.13 p/m Initial Payment £2,400.00 24 months - £4196.99 @ What car
I have just come across this. Most cheapest deal ever. Around £78 personal lease with 10k mileage also. Business lease is even cheaper. 24 months. Upfront is a little high with £24… Read more
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m5rcc

Doubt it would be still there after almost a month... Check leasing dot com.

jakbli

Could you provide link to PCH? Can't find on website. Cheers

Chilly11

Call them for other mileage or pay the extra if you go over. The cars don't self destruct when you get to 8K

shahis_786

This link offers only 8,000 miles

Chilly11

https://www.simpsonsskoda.co.uk/pch-offers/se-tech-offer/

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  4. Deal Link

    If you think a deal is hot, click through to the shop to snap up the deal before it’s expired.

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  5. Layout

    Find here other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    When clicking this gear icon you can find other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

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  6. Main Menu

    Through our main menu you can navigate to certain categories or shops you are interested in.

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