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seat leon, 1.6 auto diesel , 20k miles, £287 per month !!! Initial Rental £1,282.38 inc.VAT / Processing Fee £199.00 inc.VAT Total £11,740.42 @ Leasing options
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hi, before most of you storm into "who the hell would buy a lease car" discussion, I must say, i am posting this deal as i am looking for high milage diesel auto models for lease,… Read more
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This seems quite expensive for what you're getting. Even with a 5-minute search I found the same car (I think) for £10,807.20 total. £853 for the initial payment and £284 per month. That's from Rivervale via a comparison site though so it might be even cheaper if you go direct.
SPD1430th Jan

You’d have to be completely and utterly brain dead to sign-up for this ‘ …You’d have to be completely and utterly brain dead to sign-up for this ‘deal’


Let's all just step back for a minute and realise that not everyone has the cash lying around to buy this outright. Not everyone can get a hp or PCP deal either.

I'm not one of those people, but let's have a little more of an open mind
"who the hell would buy a lease car" lol
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You’d have to be completely and utterly brain dead to sign-up for this ‘deal’
11k over 3 years is probably cheaper than the depreciation from list, but it would be much, much cheaper in this instance to get a pre-reg & sell it for a few grand at 60k
Skoda Octavia 2.0 TDI CR SE £95.01 month! £2400 Down £239 admin fee - £4825.22 over 24 months @ National vehicle solutions
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1+23 £2400 down £95.01 per month £239 admin fee £4825.22 over 24 months! 8000 miles but other mileages available
Sentral4 h, 10 m ago

SUCH a shame.


I can imagine your first memories were of people peering into your pram and saying that, perhaps it's what made you so "damaged"
SUCH a shame.
Sentral17 m ago

Corrected your mistake.


Shame you have not corrected your initial mistake, or at least acknowledged it.

I've never leased, always bought used, but can see it would suit some circumstances, plus it actually helps the used car market, so I'm certainly not against it.
Rickardo14 h, 8 m ago

Idiots think that leasing is actually good, though.


Corrected your mistake.
Skoda Octavia 2.0TDI (150) CR SE Technology 2yrs 10,000mpa £99.63 per month after initial payment total £4931 @ National Vehicle Solutions
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It's a Skoda lease deal so let's play HUKD bingo! One point for every time someone mentions rubbish Skodas from the 80's, VW diesel emissions, asks if they get the 'deposit' back,… Read more
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jaques_kalis5th Jan

Good deal economically, however personally diesel is big no for me, …Good deal economically, however personally diesel is big no for me, considering damage it causes to the environment.Hybrid and electric is the future..


Only damage it is making is to the oil companies wallets.
ollie878th Jan

Nearly all German-based cars are.Still not as bad as Japanese cars, where …Nearly all German-based cars are.Still not as bad as Japanese cars, where the plastics are made out of the stuff the Cadbury's Milk Tray comes in.


I've sat in an Audi A3, A5 and A6 and a 2017 Golf and the interiors were lovely.

I've not sat in any of the new Japanese cars but I remember a 2007 Civic type R to be full of cheap plastics
loofer5th Jan

Actually it was the CR Technology which I believe is better than SE Tech


CR is the type of diesel engine inside (Common Rail). The spec is SE Technology which includes Sat Nav, parking sensors and cruise control.
MCYounes2 h, 31 m ago

Seat interiors are extremely bland


Nearly all German-based cars are.

Still not as bad as Japanese cars, where the plastics are made out of the stuff the Cadbury's Milk Tray comes in.
ollie875th Jan

Well they're already more expensive (and more ugly) than SEATs, despite …Well they're already more expensive (and more ugly) than SEATs, despite once again being the same car (and in most cases, being older versions of the same car), so it's happening already.


Seat interiors are extremely bland
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Skoda Octavia Estate 2.0 TDI CR vRS 2yr lease (10k pa) 6455.75 all in @ NVS
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Skoda OCTAVIA ESTATE 2.0 TDI CR vRS 5dr Personal Lease 2400 down 158.99 per month 2 year lease (10k pa) 239.99 admin fee Found this whilst looking for somethign for another membe… Read more
Gone up to over £215/month now
loofer3 h, 30 m ago

Yes would be keen to know, especially if that’s net average monthly


C220d AMG Coupe here
A200 Sport here
Sunny64515 h, 23 m ago

Seen the A200 sport advertised for £232pm, or the C220d AMG coupe for …Seen the A200 sport advertised for £232pm, or the C220d AMG coupe for £263pm. All depends on mileage and length of contract I guess.


Yes would be keen to know, especially if that’s net average monthly
SOUTHWALES12 h, 40 m ago

Excellent cars, I get around 70mpg out of my 1.6Tdi dsg.[Image]


70MPG.........who are Skoda owned by again. Hmmmmmm
Skoda Karoq 1.5 TSI SE Tech 24month Lease 10k miles £5441.76 all in
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Looks like a decent deal to me, bit new to leases but this seems far better than some of the bigger names lease options. £2400 up front £239.99 admin fee £116.74 a month (24 month… Read more
...or bait and switch
J11352 m ago

How can the price be wrong is was their all singing all dancing star offer …How can the price be wrong is was their all singing all dancing star offer of the week lolIt was advertised on every page!


About a dozen other companies advertised a similar price and also withdrew it. Mistake by VWFS? Must have got some publicity though
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SpamJavelin2 h, 37 m ago

Did anyone manage to place an order? I got a quote but a few hours later …Did anyone manage to place an order? I got a quote but a few hours later was told the price was wrong and had gone up £50 per month!


How can the price be wrong is was their all singing all dancing star offer of the week lol
It was advertised on every page!
Zarjaz20005th Jan

Got quote on Tuesday just after 5pm. Emailed them back on Wednesday at …Got quote on Tuesday just after 5pm. Emailed them back on Wednesday at 10am. Got an email on Thursday to say it's now £60/month more.... 😞


They have a deal on the Seat Ateca that's similar if you are still looking
Did anyone manage to place an order? I got a quote but a few hours later was told the price was wrong and had gone up £50 per month!
Skoda OCTAVIA 2.0TDI CR VRS Personal Lease 24 months 8,000 miles per year £132.55 plus £2400 £3821.19 @ National vehicle solutions
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BIG APOLOGIES! Never posted a car deal before, so not sure what bits you need. £2400 down £132.55 Month 24 Months 8000 Miles £239.99 fee for something or other
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Mine's arriving on MONDAY! WOOP!
Is this auto or manual
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jonnyt197918 m ago

Haha, 2 weeks delivery time is awesome!! When I signed it was 20 weeks so …Haha, 2 weeks delivery time is awesome!! When I signed it was 20 weeks so should be getting it end of Feb. I got the £2400 initial, £130 pm, 10k posted on here a few months back through nvs


Wow that's even better than my deal! I went for the 10,000 miles too but that took it up to £138 per mth
uktottys2 h, 26 m ago

Similar story here, only Red or White but 2 weeks delivery.Went for the …Similar story here, only Red or White but 2 weeks delivery.Went for the red as I'm straight


Haha, 2 weeks delivery time is awesome!! When I signed it was 20 weeks so should be getting it end of Feb. I got the £2400 initial, £130 pm, 10k posted on here a few months back through nvs
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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 !!!!
Skoda Octavia 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr, 10,000 miles - 24 month lease @ Fleetprices.co.uk £4407.60-£4477.26 total cost.
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Not as special as the several VRS deals on here at the moment but a great cheap family lease deal with 10,000 miles per annum. The SE Technology comes with some great standard … Read more
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Really! Blimey it was a quick-one. How engines have changed (I suppose a turbo helps).
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thelatics19 h, 46 m ago

Not my old 1990 Sierra 2.0L (ah the memories!!)


Only if you enhanced it, because from standard the SIerra had less power, less torque and more weight.
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Narkodrom42 m ago

The only problem 1995 mondeo 1.8 will outlast this engine by far


why do you care ? It goes back after 2 years.
POWYSWALES11 h, 52 m ago

Not really, it's got a turbo and pushes out 113bhp, with the car only …Not really, it's got a turbo and pushes out 113bhp, with the car only weighing around 1100kg thats not a bad power to weight ratio. Put it this way that engine is pushing out around the same power as a lot of 1.8 litre engines were 20 years ago. For example It would easily keep pace and possibly out perform a 1995 1.8 ford Mondeo


The only problem 1995 mondeo 1.8 will outlast this engine by far
This was quite a lot cheaper in Sept/Oct, under £4k if I remember, wish I'd got one...!
Skoda Karoq Estate 1.0 TSI SE Tech 5dr 8000 miles 9+23 lease £4898.80 (£204/month) @ fleetprices
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Personal contract hire Contract term : 24 months Rental profile : 9 + 23 Annual mileage : 8000 Production status : Current model CO2 band : G (111-130 g/km) 23 monthly r… Read more
yozzman12349th Nov

That’s not a great MPG . Even my older Vauxhall insignia 2.0 sports t …That’s not a great MPG . Even my older Vauxhall insignia 2.0 sports tourer diesel gets 35 in city and 51 on cruise control at 77 MPH on the motorway (2013 plate) .I would expect far better from a new 1.0 model ?


But its a Diesel, this is a Petrol 1L ?
Just looking at this - Total cost is £6264 over the 2 years (£261 per month) from osv.ltd.uk


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fossman9th Nov

Reusable comment I made on a similar deal: I have got a Seat Ateca (same …Reusable comment I made on a similar deal: I have got a Seat Ateca (same car different badge) with the 1.0l engine, not had any problems with pulling out of junctions or overtaking on motorways. Only thing is do not expect to get the mpg claimed, I get around 47mpg which is way off the claimed mpg but is not too bad for a petrol car of this size.


I concur
Smadmad9th Nov

With a turbo attached. It's 115bhp, which most non turbo 1.6 or 1.8 …With a turbo attached. It's 115bhp, which most non turbo 1.6 or 1.8 engines a couple of years ago were producing but with terrible fuel economy. People obsess over the cc of a engine. It goes beyond the cc now


Aye, power, weight, torque etc.
fossman9th Nov

Reusable comment I made on a similar deal: I have got a Seat Ateca (same …Reusable comment I made on a similar deal: I have got a Seat Ateca (same car different badge) with the 1.0l engine, not had any problems with pulling out of junctions or overtaking on motorways. Only thing is do not expect to get the mpg claimed, I get around 47mpg which is way off the claimed mpg but is not too bad for a petrol car of this size.


All mpg's will never be reached, but some company's certainly do bluff more than others. I always thought tests were done by an impartial body? Like you, I've never ever come near to getting the mpg's in illustration. My mates had 2 new 1.0 ford Fiesta Eco-boosts. He has opted for these in the belief that they proper surpassed in the fuel efficiency stakes when compared with the Fiesta 1.25 engine, which incidentally Ford still manufacture. He says his last 1.25 Fiesta was about the same as his two newer Eco-boost engined 1.0 litre cars he has owned, but did say the torque and acceleration were phenomenal in comparison! When I were a lad I remember trying to scrape 25mpg out of my old 1300 Ford Cortina aged 17, and 28 out of my 2000 rwd Vauxhall Cavalier soon after lol
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!
Skoda Octavia 2.0TSI 245 VRS - Lease 10k/year 24 months - total cost: £5,648.85 (£2,400 deposit / £239.99 admin / £130.82pm) @ National Vehicle Solutions
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The Q4 2017 deals have come out and this looks like a particular steal. It has the same deposit/admin fee as the deal posted below - but monthlies are now £24.53 cheaper (or £564.… Read more
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volksdub10th Jan

Got mine today


Mines not due until April DSG, Meteor Grey
Got mine today
davidbrent27th Oct

Is that the soonest they are available?

Yep waiting list of 20 weeks
matt940720th Oct

Ordered one of these today. DSG saloon. Been told expected delivery of …Ordered one of these today. DSG saloon. Been told expected delivery of around March but im in no rush

Is that the soonest they are available?
Ordered one of these today. DSG saloon. Been told expected delivery of around March but im in no rush
Skoda OCTAVIA 1.4TSI SE TECHNOLOGY  National vehicle solutions - 24 months - £2400 deposit, £239.99 Admin fee and £72.08 per month
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5 star whatcar review. https://www.whatcar.com/skoda/octavia/hatchback/1-4-tsi-se-technology-5dr/79894/ Good price for the car. 24 months 10 k. Personal deal £72.08 per month i… Read more
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Regprentice21 h, 14 m ago

Your insurance wont cover you for the up front payment of £2.4k. Write the …Your insurance wont cover you for the up front payment of £2.4k. Write the car off driving off of the forecourt and you've lost £2.4k. With a lease your insurer sorts out the settlement directly with the lease company and you keep paying the payments til its been settled. You wont see a penny of the insurance money you'll simply be let out of the contract when the insurers settle.


That isn't strictly true - most insurers will pay the invoice value on a car less than 12 months old (new for old) so you could actually end up depending on your total loss terms of the lease.
Hibbers1 on here pointed out that for direct line the new for old only applies if you are the owner rather than the registered keeper (which would match your example). There are also some insurers offering 2 years new for old (would be a little contentious if you were to write off a car every 18 months).
As always its down to the fine print on the lease terms and the insurance terms you have, working out what you want gap to cover and then ensuring you take out a policy that covers that - the highest number of complaints raised to the ombudsman is for gap insurance not covering what people thought it.
Of course Gap for lease coverage, as it covers less, is also not huge sums. m5rcc has previously recommended ALA which I think presently has a discount code another poster put on here in the last few days.
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MrSweeney14 h, 6 m ago

Ah, the "Grim Reaper" of car lease deals has arrived...



The grim reaper of reasonable discourse I think you mean.
rogparki22 h, 44 m ago

Nope , probably 60% -70% by car insurance , you'll need Gap insurance for …Nope , probably 60% -70% by car insurance , you'll need Gap insurance for the rest (another rarely mentioned addition to leasing ).



If your meaning of rarely is in almost every car leasing deal then yes it is rarely mentioned.
Skoda Octavia 2.0 TDI CR SE Technology 2yr lease/PCH 10k miles/pa equiv £194/month @ Hub Leasing
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Seen as today is post a Skoda deal day (highfive) ... For those who may be after the diesel equivalent, here's a benchmark price for 2 years vehicle hire for sub £5k... and would… Read more
OrribleHarry22nd Sep

It's basic economics, if the UK is exporting products they are adding …It's basic economics, if the UK is exporting products they are adding value to the UK and ultimately yourself in property value and income. By importing a product you are decreasing the value of the economy and adding it to the exporting countries value. A strong economy exports more than it imports, simple as that.


That's basic economics... pre-Adam Smith.
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CoeK13 m ago

Our strong currency has more effect on reducing our exports and increasing …Our strong currency has more effect on reducing our exports and increasing our imports than patriotism ever will. Even if it has been weak lately.


Worse performing currency in the past twelve months.
OrribleHarry2 h, 52 m ago

It's basic economics, if the UK is exporting products they are adding …It's basic economics, if the UK is exporting products they are adding value to the UK and ultimately yourself in property value and income. By importing a product you are decreasing the value of the economy and adding it to the exporting countries value. A strong economy exports more than it imports, simple as that.


That is overly simplistic. A strong economy can increase imports and exports, exports being high will increase spending power which will increase imports. Our strong currency has more effect on reducing our exports and increasing our imports than patriotism ever will. Even if it has been weak lately.
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CoeK3 h, 45 m ago

Was there a time when jaguar and landrover weren't made in the UK?


Only on licence, i.e Santana in Spain.
ultrak3wl37 m ago

I never understand the "Buying British is better" people. When you ask …I never understand the "Buying British is better" people. When you ask them why it's better they never seem to be able to tell you, just get all huffy and say surely it's obvious and run you down for being insufficiently "patriotic".


It's basic economics, if the UK is exporting products they are adding value to the UK and ultimately yourself in property value and income.
By importing a product you are decreasing the value of the economy and adding it to the exporting countries value.

A strong economy exports more than it imports, simple as that.
Skoda Octavia Estate 1.4 TSI SE Technology 5dr Lease 23 x £163 per month with £788 initial payment 8k annual mileage @ Fleet Prices
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Brand new Skoda Octavia Estate 2018 version. Great family car. It's got 1.4 engine which gives you around 150PS. [Update on 21/09/2017 11:47am] Unfortunately the price went up. St… Read more
Garnett1 m ago

Wish I'd known that before my wife shut the keys in the boot hinge and …Wish I'd known that before my wife shut the keys in the boot hinge and buckled the panel. Not sure yet how much that's going to cost us.Can you share more about these policies? Where/who do I go to to get one?



ala.co.uk/scr…nce
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ollie8721st Sep

If you think you're gonna cause damage you can get a specialist insurance …If you think you're gonna cause damage you can get a specialist insurance policy to cover you.


Wish I'd known that before my wife shut the keys in the boot hinge and buckled the panel. Not sure yet how much that's going to cost us.

Can you share more about these policies? Where/who do I go to to get one?
's and it started rusting
cuslund22 h, 54 m ago

AND YOU WILL BE THE ENVY OF ALL YOUR NEIHJBOIRS WITH A SKODA BADGE, …AND YOU WILL BE THE ENVY OF ALL YOUR NEIHJBOIRS WITH A SKODA BADGE, hahahahaha NOT!!! My dad had a skoda in the 90s, JUST awful cars, it couldnt get up the hill. Spend a litrle more, Mercedes, BMW or Audi all day, EVERY DAY!!!



Ehh the 90's are quite some time ago.

My dad had a Mercedes in the Late 90's and within 4 years all the wheel arches started rusting badly.
Was common, Mercedes cut down on paint costs and they all rusted http//ww…tml
What a terrible car that was, Mercedes had to replace the front panels.
Very good car with a good engine
cuslund7 h, 37 m ago

Mercedes, BMW or Audi all day, EVERY DAY!!!


Ooooh, you sound like you really know your stuff - I'm sure nobody would have ever thought about grouping those three brands together.

Oh, by the way, this;
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and this;
bbc.co.uk/new…210


I'd go and have words with that bloke in the pub who told you they were good if I was you.
Skoda Octavia 2.0TSI 245 VRS - Lease 10k/year 24 months - total cost: £6,368.39 (£2,400 deposit / £155.35pm) @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Still got a year to go on my Tiguan but this looks like a decent price for the spec. This is actually a personal deal so includes VAT. 155.35*24 = £3728.40 £24… Read more
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romeospadre9th Oct

I think you are correct Agent Silver, I wasn't thinking ... yes 3 years is …I think you are correct Agent Silver, I wasn't thinking ... yes 3 years is better as I don't want to be funding a deposit every 2 years if I can do it every 3 years.


Why not go for 2 years initially and then extend by a further 6 or 12 months if you need to? I've extended my 2 year lease by a further 6 months and the monthlies are still more or less the same, and the car shouldn't need another service before I return it. You can also vary the mileage if you wish.

It's a matter of striking the right balance and getting as much flexibility as possible. 2yr deals can mean more frequent large upfront payments, whereas the 3 year terms mean you making a longer commitment, and potentially more hassle if your circumstances change long before the agreement ends.
I think you are correct Agent Silver, I wasn't thinking ... yes 3 years is better as I don't want to be funding a deposit every 2 years if I can do it every 3 years.
romeospadre5th Oct

Would I be right in thinking to take the non maintenance option over 2 …Would I be right in thinking to take the non maintenance option over 2 years ( use an independent garage for the 1st service in year 1 and return the car early before the 2nd one is due)?My thinking is to avoid the 3 year term as the 3rd service is major and probably expensive but then as you mentioned you can return the car a week or 2 early to avoid this, plus it would be nice to get "the new car smell" every 2 years :DDoes this sound logical?


yes, sounds logical, we use kwik fit to manufacturer standard, we have over three years and hand back a week early, there are a lot of good two year deals around, but it means finding the three months up front every two years, I prefer three years - personal choice.
romeospadre14 m ago

Would I be right in thinking to take the non maintenance option over 2 …Would I be right in thinking to take the non maintenance option over 2 years ( use an independent garage for the 1st service in year 1 and return the car early before the 2nd one is due)?My thinking is to avoid the 3 year term as the 3rd service is major and probably expensive but then as you mentioned you can return the car a week or 2 early to avoid this, plus it would be nice to get "the new car smell" every 2 years :DDoes this sound logical?


Yes, I don't see the attractions of 3 year leases.
Agent_Silver14 h, 46 m ago

They there is a guide to what is acceptable, ie size of dent, number of …They there is a guide to what is acceptable, ie size of dent, number of chips and the costs, they must check the vehicle over with you...be sensible, if it has a big obvious dent and you don't get it repaired, or a stone chip in the windscreen that would be an MOT failure you will get charged, stone chips in the bonnet - not, car park ding - not, tyres below limit - charged, we hand ours back a week early to avoid service and/or mot - most guys who collect just do a cursory check over, check service book, load it up and take it to auction. no bad experience yet, and most are brokers for bigger companies. I think the guide is called the blue book or something similar, but industry standard guidelines.


Would I be right in thinking to take the non maintenance option over 2 years ( use an independent garage for the 1st service in year 1 and return the car early before the 2nd one is due)?

My thinking is to avoid the 3 year term as the 3rd service is major and probably expensive but then as you mentioned you can return the car a week or 2 early to avoid this, plus it would be nice to get "the new car smell" every 2 years

Does this sound logical?
Skoda Octavia 1.0TSI SE Technology. 2 year lease, 8k miles per year Upfront £2400 + £239.99 Admin /  £104.30pm - £5038.89 @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Good price on a brand new Skoda Octavia on lease. 2 Year lease 8k Miles per year £2400 up front £104.30 per month Total cost: £5038.89 inc admin fee. Higher miles or lower initi… Read more
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mittromney

Do you know how many services it will need in 2 years?



One minor at 12mths.
boofuls121 h, 29 m ago

Servicing not included

​Do you know how many services it will need in 2 years?
Guzzle2 h, 17 m ago

The car in the image above is also the pre-facelift model with the old …The car in the image above is also the pre-facelift model with the old headlights. All new Octavia's come with the controversial split headlights, including the sportier models.


Yup, the Pre-facelift is much easier on the eye from the front!
A 24 + 23 payment schedule, never seen a lease with such a high upfront cost. 9 + 23 is the usual max.
Skoda Superb Diesel Estate 2.0 TDI CR SE 5d £26.96 pm 36m £1330.56@ V4B
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Seems to good to be true but is this worth enquiring about? Personal contract hire £26.96 incl VAT monthly rental £80.88 incl VAT initial rental Personal contract hire Skoda Sup… Read more
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lol pretty sure it's an error
Can't see the repost either? But disappeared from the website.

Is it too late to call them? Haha
no way this gotta be an error surely? top banana if its a deal though
Original Poster
Can't see the repost when searching for a skoda superb.
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skoda rapid spaceback 1.4tdi pre reg  £8995 @ Johnmulhollandmotors.com
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Found 23rd Jun 2017Found 23rd Jun 2017
johnmulholland in NI are selling these pre reg cars at nearly half price this model is 1.4tdi and they also have some Hyundai i30 2016 pre reg petrol as well for same price great … Read more
andywedge

Hi iibdiiThe link goes to this ‘used’ for this price. Have you got a link … Hi iibdiiThe link goes to this ‘used’ for this price. Have you got a link to a new pre reg for this price please?Can you send a report with a link please and a Moderator can edit the link and unexpire?Thanks



​no, he hasn't because the cars aren't pre reg. they're 2016 with approx 15k miles on them
mod
Hi iibdii
The link goes to this ‘used’ for this price. Have you got a link to a new pre reg for this price please?
Can you send a report with a link please and a Moderator can edit the link and unexpire?
Thanks
Edited by: "andywedge" 23rd Jun 2017
Also, worth bearing in mind it can be bought with £3,200 of discount NEW, so that takes it down to £12,963 NEW, compared to £8,995 for a year old one.

broadspeed.com/new…ck/
Cheers, whoever change it
O/P can you change the title please?

These are not "pre-reg" cars, they are year old USED cars.
Skoda Octavia vRS Diesel Estate 2.0 TDI CR £5322.21 at National Vehicle Solutions. 10k mpa, 2yr lease
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Found 18th May 2017Found 18th May 2017
Cracking deal for the vRS Estate with 10,000 miles allowance per year. Very low custom initial rental of £586.41, then 23 payments of £195.47. The admin fee is £239.99 giving an eq… Read more
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Expired now, must have been a misprice - they've up'd the initial rental to £2400.
Sorry folks.
cspectre

Follow the link, set mileage to 10k and the initial rental reduces by a … Follow the link, set mileage to 10k and the initial rental reduces by a (suspiciously) large amount to match the above deal. Looks like a potential mis-price? But good if you can actually get it.



Ah, got it. But if you proceed to the enquiry screen you don't seem to be able to get that price. Pity, my wife was keen on one of these.
rooney10

Is this price for business use ex vat perhaps ?Seems very cheap indeed , … Is this price for business use ex vat perhaps ?Seems very cheap indeed , £2661.10 a year ...... much less than depreciation would cost you for a 1 - 2 year old used car , never mind a new one !



It is possibly to get really cheap deals. Just leased a Kia Optima Sportswagen (Mondeo sized estate) from these guys for £177 first payment, £177 a month for 2 years 5K PA. But I think this might be a pricing error.
Very nice price if it does indeed come out at £221.76 pm.
GeoffAngela

How do you get that please?Comes in at £270.55 a month, £811.65 first p … How do you get that please?Comes in at £270.55 a month, £811.65 first payment when I try.



Follow the link, set mileage to 10k and the initial rental reduces by a (suspiciously) large amount to match the above deal. Looks like a potential mis-price? But good if you can actually get it.
Skoda Octavia vRS (2017) Diesel Hatchback 2.0 TDI CR 5dr £6331.20 at Fleetprices.co.uk, 10kmpa, 2 year lease
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Found 23rd Mar 2017Found 23rd Mar 2017
The new Octavia is available and this is a cracking deal for the vRS. On the 9+23 (10k mpa, 2 years) it's £190.35 per month + £240 processing fee. You can go down to the 3+23 for £… Read more
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FocusST

I will teach you as nobody ever seems to get lease/PCP deals, and you … I will teach you as nobody ever seems to get lease/PCP deals, and you won't be the first to comment.Lets say you go and buy your own brand new car, and it costs you £30,000 all in with interest, loans etc etc. Remember we are talking brand new cars, not 3 year old used cars.You own it for 4 years and it's now worth £10,000. So that car has cost you £20,000 over 4 years, which equates to £416 per month. Now imagine you go back 4 years and lease the identical car at a monthly rate of £350. You pay £350 each month for 4 years and then give the car back. You have spent less each month on owning the same car so it has been cheaper to lease rather than buy.It doesn't always work out cheaper, depends on the car in question and the GFV etcSo when looking at a lease you have to roughly work out what buying a car would cost in real terms per month (including tyres, servicing, mot etc) and then compare that to leasing.PCP is different again in that you can own the car after the initial term. I PCP my new car and fully intend to buy it after 4 years, effectively meaning I can purchase a more expensive car over a 6 year period with the same monthly payments as a cheaper car over 4 years - again only beneficial if you plan on keeping it, or want to swap to a new car every 3-4 years.If you're not bothered about new cars then yes there are cheaper ways to do it, e.g. buying an older used car, but some don't want to do that.


not to mention the time and hassle it takes to sell expensive cars...
da1em

Frozencake - the benefit of having a car on lease is simple... if the … Frozencake - the benefit of having a car on lease is simple... if the deal is right for you.Example - the car I have now is a Merc GLA, 30k list price. Over 2 years on lease I would have paid ~£6,500.After 2 years this car is now worth less than £23,500. So if you were to sell it you would have spent more on the car over 2 years owning it, than I would have for borrowing it



Where did you get that GLA deal, sounds rather good!
The people that don't buy new cars and don't understand leasing are generally those driving round in a car they bought for 10k saying they drive a 30k pound motor.
p_ist_a

​Sssh, don't complain and let them lease it. Then we can buy it 2 years o … ​Sssh, don't complain and let them lease it. Then we can buy it 2 years old for half the price, lol.



Why would you want you buy and own a second-hand diesel car with the long-list of maintenance problems?
Slightly cheaper here:

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