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Skoda Octavia Estate 1.5TSi SE Technology - 2 Year Lease Deal - 6+23 x £196.40 - 8,000 miles p.a. - Total Cost £5,695.60 @ What Car Leasing
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Posted 1st AugPosted 1st Aug
Lowest price I've seen so far on a 2 year personal lease on 8,000 miles per year for the brand new Skoda Octavia Mk4 Estate in well equipped SE Technology trim. This car comes with… Read more
towser44

A colleague of mine leased a Porsche and it had a major leak. The Porsche dealer wanted it for a 1 week to strip and find the leak, guess what, they wouldn’t provide a courtesy car!

Alandover

Where do you purchase the gap insurance from for lease cars?

Jonathan_Hayman

Yes I totally agree but equally there are many people that do, or everyone would be driving around in new or nearly new car.

John.Mason

Many people don’t want to keep a car for 10 years

anderzz20

Point taken :p.

Brand new model Skoda Octavia Estate 1.5 TSi SE First Edition £239.67 pm 10k / 24 months, total £6052.08 at Yes Lease
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Posted 29th JulPosted 29th Jul
After a couple of days exhaustive searching looking for a deal on a suitable sized car to replace my current lease deal in October I found this. I was looking at the outgoing model… Read more
jfmccaffery

Is it the new 2020 model ? Has anyone had confirmation?

Bananana

I really do care about the looks of a car. When I see a Skoda I think that it's a budget car. Like I said very good car no doubt so if you can get a great deal fair enough.

MrBean

Wrong colour.

Dwh8611

Maybe this is more up your street? :D https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/133473294692

bassy

£6776 so yeah not far off 7k Why are you in these deals if you don’t like them?

Skoda Octavia Diesel Estate 1.6 TDI SE Technology 5dr total cost is £5,171.76 Car Leasing & Contract Hire
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Posted 10th JunPosted 10th Jun
Skoda Octavia Diesel Estate 1.6 TDI SE Technology 5dr total cost is £5,171.76 Car Leasing & Contract Hire
First car lease post. I've been looking for economical large boot estate. It looks like the best deal I can find. Would welcome other comments. After adding line rental, initial pa… Read more
KravBear

It's now £420 a month!!

panrix

Total and net are wrong 😁

avinine86

Energy blue :| 😔

fuzed

I still have a mk4 golf PD130 sat on the drive (SORN) with 290K on the clock - bought it with 65K on the clock in 2006. It's not been started in over a year and a half, may just see if it starts with a jump. Loved that little car, fantastic engines - this was remapped as well so was running around 170ish BHP.

Mrepg

Wtf is dieselgate lol voted hot for first deal and seems sensible even though lease is not for me.

Skoda Scala Hatchback 1.0 TSI SE L 5dr 10k miles @ Leasing - £768.90 Initial / £173.30 x 23 Months - Total Cost: £4,754.80
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Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Skoda Scala Hatchback 1.0 TSI SE L 5dr 10k miles @ Leasing - £768.90 Initial / £173.30 x 23 Months - Total Cost: £4,754.80
Finance typePersonal Contract Hire Monthly payment£173.30 Initial rental£519.90 (3 x monthly payment) Additional fees£249.00 Total lease cost£4,754.80 Rental profile3+23 P11D… Read more
Da_St

I've taken grey scala 1.5 sel, it's good so far

JerzyBulovski

Grey, by the looks of it.

JerzyBulovski

No wonder. It's the VRs with the VAG Twincharger engine in it that is well known to cause problems on every platform (Audi, VW, SEAT, Skoda) that it has been used in. There's a problem with the plugs that causes engine failure and/or hefty oil usage. The Skoda we've been running since 2015 has just had the usual consumables - tyres and oil changes - and, touch wood, it'll continue to be inexpensive.

Da_St

What colour is it?

utdmorgan

I don’t get the fixation with 1l engines, i got the 2017 Skoda rapid with the dsg gearbox in a 1.4. More powerful, better mileage and lower CO2.

Brand New Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSi SE Drive 7 seat SUV - £21,914.37 via Drive The Deal - 25% off List Price @ Drive The Deal
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Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
Brand New Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSi SE Drive 7 seat SUV - £21,914.37 via Drive The Deal - 25% off List Price @ Drive The Deal
£21,914.37£29,28025%Drive the Deal Deals
There are currently some very generous offers available on the Skoda Kodiaq via Drive The Deal, this SE Drive spec car is available with a £7,365 discount (25% off list price). Thi… Read more
boringest

Very good, drives like a golf, narrow enough on the outside that you can go through alot of narrow roads and enough power even with the 1.4tsi for roundabouts. Rear seat is really only suitable for young kids. I would recommend a rear view camera because of the length. Sunroof also really helps with the space perception. We were choosing between the kodiaq and this but we got us a price that is similar to that of the kodiaq at that time so we went ahead with the vw since they are almost the same car. The only thing I would really like from the kodiaq is the extra head space for the rear seats, the umbrella holder hidden in the door and the in built door protector.

Phil_Smithf4B

How are you finding the Allspace? Toiling with the idea of buying one with child number 3 imminent

rg2005

It’s not though as you can’t guarantee those returns. You can take out £25k at 3% interest, why not stick that loan in those funds and make guaranteed profit if this is doable

The3dge

this is the only most logical explanation I have heard regarding leading.. Well explained (y)

beergoblin1

Not available now, expired

Skoda Scala Hatchback, 1+23 months lease, no fee, 8k miles per year £184 pm / Total £4416 @ Yes-Lease
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Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Skoda Scala Hatchback, 1+23 months lease, no fee, 8k miles per year £184 pm / Total £4416 @ Yes-Lease
Total cost of lease (inc VAT) £4416.00 Total cost of extras (inc VAT) £0.00 Processing fee (inc VAT) £0.00 Finance doc fee … Read more
bouka79

Thanks, love it so far it's a nice looking car and is a nice smooth drive, the in car entertainment system and sat nav is a bonus

awesomegiles26

Nice! Hope you enjoy! (y)

bouka79

Got mine delivered today, black sel 1.5

Jay1919

I've taken the auto version +£30 still cheap enough. Apparently cars ready delivered next week possibly

LakimAmber

Any news from the dealer? Done all the paperwork with Yes lease, but nothing after that

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Skoda Kamiq SE 24 months contract 8000 miles a year Total £5057.52 @ What Car?
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Posted 5th MarPosted 5th Mar
Skoda Kamiq SE 24 months contract 8000 miles a year Total £5057.52 @ What Car?
3+24 lease deal on an nearly £20,000 car. Similar to equivalent Seat and VW but longer wheelbase gives more leg room in the back. Some in stock and I’ve ordered one with a couple m… Read more
CH21SSY

Had my car for 2 weeks and very happy with it. 1.0 litre turbo has plenty of bite. Lane assist parking assist heated seats Apple play hill start assist are all good. Loads of room in the back for tall people too.

Smith23456

Ml

Dwh8611

(lol) true it was opposite for a change on this thread. Advertising a Fabia instead of the Kamiq. Lol although the Fabia are actually as pricey as this Kamiq on lease at the mo?????

CoeK

You've missed the original problem with the image.

CoeK

Thanks for your subjective opinion (skeptical)

Skoda Octavia Estate 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £149.99 pm + £900 initial + £150 fee = £4500 @ Leasing Options
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Posted 31st JanPosted 31st Jan
Update 1
If you took out this deal, then the car will be delivered once lockdown is lifted.
Good price for the Skoda Octavia Estate manual 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr on a 2 year lease. Works out at 21.8% of £20.7k P11D value , 8k miles pa, £149.99 per month (6+23) plus £… Read more
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SteelCity

Scratch this, been told it's gone back to 24th! (shock)

burrell123

Mine is being delivered Friday this week (29th)

SteelCity

Mine 6/6 estimate at dealer

simon77

Just an estimate of when the dealer will get it - 11/6. I assumed we would all be roughly the same(?).

SteelCity

Anyone had delivery / date?

Skoda Superb Hatchback 2.0 TSI 190 SE L 5dr DSG 4 year lease £229.24/month + £199 processing fee (£11,202.52 total) at Leasing Options
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Posted 29th JanPosted 29th Jan
Skoda Superb Hatchback 2.0 TSI 190 SE L 5dr DSG 4 year lease £229.24/month + £199 processing fee (£11,202.52 total) at Leasing Options
Skoda Superb Hatchback 2.0 TSI 190 SE L 5dr DSG In Stock Top Deal While Stocks Last Contract Length - 4 Years x1 Initial Rental - £229.24 inc.VAT Mileage - 8000 Miles Maintenanc… Read more
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motorheadstu

Good choice sir

Stooh

Also.... forgot to mention, confirmed this is MY20 and it is Pre-Reg. Not sure that matters with a lease but you never know.

Stooh

Heat from me .I have ordered (no solid so paid extra for metallic) this will be my second Superb, current one is going back in a few weeks and had it 4 years. I extended from 3 to 4 as nothing else was close for me. Really happy with this car. No issues of any kind, changed tyres but other than that just standard servicing. Just be aware of you go via Lease Options they are pretty heavy handed when it comes to maintenance even when you say no, had the same conversation 4 times. I've worked out that 3 services (hand it back before 4th due) +MOT +2 Tyres will be approximately £700/£800 ... £25 per month for 4 years for maintenance is £1200. Also, the excess mileage charge goes up if you take maintenance so worth working out if that is likely to impact you too.

motorheadstu

-153 degrees haha. Sod you all :)

Rickardo

Ok, in isolation and if you really want this specific car from this company, but I was adding to the <4 year argument in general.

SKODA FABIA Hatchback 1.0 TSI SE 5dr £12,298 to buy @ New-Car-Discount
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Posted 17th JanPosted 17th Jan
SKODA FABIA Hatchback 1.0 TSI SE 5dr £12,298 to buy @ New-Car-Discount
This is the mid spec SE and the much better TSI engine. Aircon, DAB, parking sensors and a reasonable infotainment system. Also not French! Not clear if this is the 2020 model,… Read more
topazz

Fair point about the German bias of motoring mags. Flick through the adverts of any issue of any mainstream motoring mag and it's not difficult to figure which pipers are calling the tune i.e VAG Group, Merc and BMW. Nevertheless, whilst the Fabia might not be your cup of tea (nor mine either tbh) IMO this deal does offer decent value for money for those who wish to buy new and just want a functional, reliable and economical box to get them from A to B. Yes, it's not as cheap as it ought to be but that's the UK market in general for you.

pablo_el_diablo

I don't care, not worth more than 8k. Even mazda 2 1.5 ist under 10k pre reg. If you read those moto magazines you'll see they are biased towards german cars (when new, but not so much when used). Be more critical, there are better alternatives out there.

topazz

Winner of the What Car? best small car award for three years running including 2020. But hey, what do they know? They obviously do not possess your depth of knowledge and razor sharp intellect.

fishmaster

I've had the FTO nearly 7 years. Needs about £600 work on it now. Prices have stayed low but I can see them rising.

vulcanproject

The little V6 engine is an absolute peach but the gearbox is just......the worst thing ever lol. Guy I used to work with had a manual conversion on his which was a decent sized job. Totally worth it. It was a really good car post surgery. The Puma was a stupendous car with that engine. I had forgotten it won Top Gear's car of the year in 1997. I just glanced at some now and someone wants £3k for a average spec 2002 model and 70k miles already. Values will rise. For sure. The Racing Puma is extremely collectible and will be worth a bomb.

[DSG version] Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS DSG 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £240pm + £720 initial + £150 fee = £6390 @ Leasing Options
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Posted 9th JanPosted 9th Jan
[DSG version] Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS DSG 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £240pm + £720 initial + £150 fee = £6390 @ Leasing Options
£6,390£7,45114%Leasing Options Deals
Good price for the DSG version of the Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS 5dr DSG [Black Pack] - works out at 21.8% of £29.3k P11D value (based on metallic paint and virtual cock… Read more
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hotcomper

Is this deal now expired?

ItsAlexJames

True. 1.9TDI PD, one of the most reliable engines out there without a shadow of a doubt!

Ross_Page

My mistake.

Gambler

Roadside assistance is already included.

Ross_Page

So they only have 2 cars left in stock. Both with the full option pack. A meteor grey one which costs extra (due to the special paint). And a race blue. So add £26 to the monthly price and also if you go for the meteor grey the paint costs extra also. You can also add maintenance packs when speaking to them over the phone for an extra £23 per month. I went for it. The maintenance pack covers servicing and tires.

Skoda Octavia VRS Hatchback 2.0 TSI 245 vRS 5dr [Black Pack] 24 month lease 8k miles £227.53pm - £6,114.78 @ Leasing Options
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Posted 5th JanPosted 5th Jan
Skoda Octavia VRS Hatchback 2.0 TSI 245 vRS 5dr [Black Pack] 24 month lease 8k miles £227.53pm - £6,114.78 @ Leasing Options
Hi all Long time lurker on the forum and finally got round to posting my first deal! While I eagerly await for delivery of the Cupra deal that was on here months and months ago, … Read more
adamhargy12345

I got charged 1500 suppose it depends on the supllier and the damage if course ha

aszgoat

Phones yesterday

badgerman26

How do you know

aszgoat

None left now

masekwm

If it's on long life, and says service due in x days as mine did on return, you don't have to service it at all.

Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr 4 Year lease deal £105.99 per month - £5816.47 - Leasing Options
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Posted 26th Dec 2019Posted 26th Dec 2019
Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr 4 Year lease deal £105.99 per month - £5816.47 - Leasing Options
4 year deal (47+6) at £105.99 per month and £199 fee. Total price £5816.47 Only 6000 miles per year but a decent deal for a run around car at just over £121 per month.
Mark_Hickman

I like the way you keep trying to act like its hard to corner fast, just because many drivers like to drive around at the speed limit and dont corner fast 24/7 doesn't mean your the only person that can drive fast. The fact you drive a c1 and boast about stupidness on here makes you look young and naive, ill bet my house you are under 25 and if your not you haven't been driving long. 99% of people on here have a car faster than yours and could easily out corner you because your car is terrible at cornering but you dont see them mentioning it because they dont want to come across an idiot like you

alritegeeza

Another person who thinks education equate to intelligence. My grammar spelling punctuation is diabolical but still can drive like a professional..whatever that means.

alritegeeza

Got me lol

bobbyarbogast

Denile, quality.

ScampiLamp

The two year one? I'm going back and forth. It's all about best value for money for me at the moment..

Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No upfront cost + £141.87pm (no admin) = £3405 @ Leasing Options
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Posted 27th Nov 2019Posted 27th Nov 2019
Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No upfront cost + £141.87pm (no admin) = £3405 @ Leasing Options
£3,405£4,983.3632%Leasing Options Deals
Low price for this Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr (2020 model) on a 2 year lease with 8k miles p/a. Net cost of £141.87 per month (1+23) with no upfront cost and no admin f… Read more
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Robot_Cat_Dave

Deal still available! Ordered mine today - simple process dealt with by professional staff.

tony863

Seriously tempted by this deal. I've just sold my 11 year old car and whilst I originally planned on buying new, I've since thought that the leasing option cuts out the hassle of getting rid once the lease term ends. I tend to do 3 to 5k per year and just want a run around. Am I likely to see a cheaper deal than this? I just need a basic no frills car and this seems to tick the boxes. Also, is this a brand new car? I ask as if want to get a 3 year deal and wouldn't want to put it through its mot.

acababes

It was useless, so much wrong with it, couldn't wait for our 3yrs to finish so we could change it.

avinine86

Hey...whats wrong with the car?

shakerstevens

Specifications must have changed recently, my 19 plate SE came with parking sensors as standard. Obviously some cost cutting exercise by Skoda then!

Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr - 4 year lease - 8K pa - Equiv £135.78 pm - £6515 at Leasing Options
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Posted 20th Nov 2019Posted 20th Nov 2019
Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr - 4 year lease - 8K pa - Equiv £135.78 pm - £6515 at Leasing Options
Great little car and SE is the spec with aircon / parking sensors / DAB etc. Low cost motoring for 4 years. SafetyStandard ABS Electronic traction control Brake assist sys… Read more
Cameron92

Hi my understanding is to exit a lease you would have to settle the outstanding monthly payments? But for PCP you can just return the car whenever you want and no more monthly payments? (although you would forgo the big initial deposit that most PCP deals require) Is that correct?

deleted47287

No, that’s not what was intended. But thanks anyway! (y) 🏻

MIDURIX

"Hang on - are you PCP or lease? You mention both here?" From that I took that you didn't know that PCP is a leasing option, and that you might have meant PCP or PCH.

deleted47287

That’s fine, but I didn’t ask what the different finance options were!

MIDURIX

Just responding to your comment

Skoda Kodiaq 1.5TSi 150PS SEL Automatic - Lease - £2,490 Deposit - 36 Months x £236pm - 10k Miles - Total Cost £10,750 @ Simpsons Skoda
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Posted 14th Nov 2019Posted 14th Nov 2019
SKODA KODIAQ 1.5TSi 150PS SEL DSG 7 seats from only £236 per month including VAT. This offer is available on 'Personal Contract Hire' with just £2490 deposit including VAT. Mileag… Read more
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loofer

voted hot as I’d happily give that amount now. Cheapest can find for same deal, but different payment profile, works out £30/month more over 3 years or £12k in total

Coldavenue

I was so excited when i saw the ŠKODA Kodiaq name pop up as I’ve been looking into getting one for months. What a shame it’s just leasing and that high of a monthly price. Who’s paying that much to not show anything at the end of it all. MADNESS.

jop85

I don’t understand. I was lucky to get a Skoda VRS (a £30k car) for under 5k over two years. Coming to the end of the lease, Skoda have now offered to sell the car (to friends/family) for £15k. £5k+£15k=£20k which is a lot less than the £30k. Tell me what’s wrong with leasing

SuffolkLad222

I hope your sons Ollie and Tarquin are well ;)

margamboy

Well it is partly true for me, because without a reliable vehicle I would not be able to get to work to pay for a nice holiday, so in order of priority a car is more important as it helps pay for the holiday and supports lots of other activities I involve myself that give me more pleasure than 2 weeks in the sun such as our annual Skiing holiday in the French Alps, where I need a large and reliable 4x4 vehicle.

Skoda offering 0% APR ON Karoq and Kodiaq only
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Posted 11th Nov 2019Posted 11th Nov 2019
Skoda offering 0% APR ON Karoq and Kodiaq only
Skoda offering 0% Apr until 22nd November
Admast79

Or I can't decide...

MrBeatnik

So let me get this straight: £3000 discount of a cash price with nothing on top (interest) £2750 discount with PCP (+ interest say £2.5k) which equals total about £250 discount £0 discount with 0% PCP which equals £0 total discount. Unless I'm misunderstanding, the first cash option seems best. Even with a personal loan, that's say £1500 total discount over the other two options. Asked dealer about cash offer and they said existing stock only DELIVERED by end of November and not willing to match DTD. Sounds BS, but either way DTD wins...?

afroylnt

Sad to say society does have allot of brand zombies...

afroylnt

Just how far behind the times are you? still wondering why you cant buy new videos in shops any more? At least you will be up to date with labours return to 70's 'economic' policies...

jrw

No, i run a car i specc'd and ordered for 4 years and it cost me £11k, I didn't lose £11k as I did 64000 miles in it. You couldn't lease one for that, especially with options and 16k year mileage. A Kodiaq VRS isn't a proper car? Erm ok. Maybe some people want a new car....trolls like this on every car thread get beyond tedious after a while. Why not go the whole hog and buy all your clothes from a charity shop and fish around the bins at Tesco for out of date stock too.

All-New ŠKODA Scala Pre Reg 1.0 TSi 115PS SE £12,950 @ Richmond Group
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Skoda's golf equivalent with 30% off list price for this Pre-Registered All-New SKODA Scala 1.0 TSi 115PS SE @ £12,950 at the Richmond group. Despite only being launched in Augus… Read more
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IamChris

They have run out :( shame as I'm after something like this

cypher007

had this engine in a SEAT sold it after about 10 months. drove me nuts. only has a power when the turbo is spun up. stalled on me in the summer as I had the AC on. economy was pretty dire round town and couldn't match our 16 year old TDI by approx. 10mpg. figures given for the MPG were complete BS, maybe the new testing is more accurate? and as the saying goes "theres no replacement for displacement". ive gone back to a cheap to run "planet killing" old A3 2.0 TDI. maybe when I get a pay rise that pulls my income back to where it was in 2008 relative to inflation I might have some spare cash to buy something cleaner.

Inspector_Gadget

I know someone who just bought one of these cars. You can pay in cash for the same price with no finance. There is no catches or special finance related contributions, just a set price you can either pay outright or take a loan to pay off etc... The car hes getting was registered 1st Nov and has 40 miles on it. Bloody brilliant deal. 32% off a brand new car with most of its depreciation done already. Well done OP! :)

jrw

Yes you can within first 14 days. You just accrue a few days interest.

kas786

Thanks but the only issue i have is with their small print ... "Price shown is for a 49 month Personal Contract Purchase 5.9% APR agreement for a Pre-Registered All-New SKODA Scala 1.0 TSi 115PS SE after a £179.00 Customer Deposit followed by 48 Monthly Payments of £179.35, with an Annual Mileage of 5,000 miles and Excess Mileage Charge of 3.6p (only applies if contract mileage is exceeded). Guaranteed Future Value payment of £6,412.50 plus £10.00 Purchase Fee. Amount Borrowed - £12,771.00, Total Interest - £2,250.30, Total Amount Payable - £15,210.30. This offer may be varied, withdrawn or extended at any time. Finance available subject to status to UK residents aged 18 or over. Terms and conditions apply. A guarantee or indemnity may be required. Images and video are used for illustration purposes only." This implies the cash price only available IF you accept their finance agreement, just wondering if you could pay it off straight away therefore incurring no charges?

Skoda Superb 2.0 TSI 190 SE L 5dr DSG 23 x £267.99 - 10k miles p/a - £150 Admin - £1607.94 initial = £7,921.71 @ Leasing Options
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Skoda Superb 2.0 TSI 190 SE L 5dr DSG 23 x £267.99 - 10k miles p/a - £150 Admin - £1607.94 initial = £7,921.71 @ Leasing Options
Had a few requests for another Skoda offering, this time the Superb hatchback. Spec looks pretty decent for the price, and this includes 10K mileage per annum which may be more sui… Read more
Rocknroiia

Why I'm wasting my time I dont know...but here you go.

bigbadwolves

Clean air zones says no.

bigbadwolves

He said what. You didnt answer his question.

rooney10

The point I was making is that the high deposit was totally optional, its simply a case of personal preference with the flexibility offered it wouldn't matter in the slightest if you hated or loved large initial deposits, just as it wouldn't matter if you liked the colour of the car shown in the picture, providing alternative colours were available. ;) I agree , it's certainly a nice car for this kind of money.

Rocknroiia

Well full disclosure then I feel I dont deserve that award has I wasnt saying they were crazy to lease....I have a lease car myself....I was just answering someones question? I'll keep the award though if you have spares?

Skoda Karoq SE Tech 1.0 TSI 24 month 8,000 mpa lease £4489.49 Total @ Whatcar? Leasing
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Posted 18th Oct 2019Posted 18th Oct 2019
Skoda Karoq SE Tech 1.0 TSI 24 month 8,000 mpa lease £4489.49 Total @ Whatcar? Leasing
Skoda Karoq Estate 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr £154.81 (inc VAT) a month Initial payment of £928.86 (inc VAT) Trim: SE Technology Designed with company users in mind, SE Technology … Read more
svsmailus

I appreciate the difference. My comparison was to to with the mpg. Many people expect better mpg from a 1 litre petrol than a 1.8 litre diesel. Small engine sizes are generally purchased for more economy. Finding that a 1 litre fabia is more expensive than a focus 1.8 diesel is not expected. It's the mpg that most people are complaining about in this thread and of course purchasing decisions are normally made on how much the car will cost to run.

Morleyofski

Been told there are none of these left . 18 weeks waiting at £166 a month now.

adamspencer95

comparing diesel with petrol? don't be daft

Wizzlewoof

Speaking for this particular deal: road tax is included for the term (as is breakdown cover). You'll need to add insurance (standard and maybe GAP if you're that way inclined), fuel and most probably servicing. I was told by the rep that the service interval will depend on your driving style and you'll be alerted by the on-board computer. He estimated it'd be around 16k miles/2 years. This will need to be carried out at a Skoda garage at ~£260. I've gone for this deal but on 10k so have factored in 1x £260 to my budgeting.

tron05

New to lease deals, but running calculations to see if i would be better off with a lease deal compared to my currently owned car... Expenses on my owned car are loan interest, depreciation, road tax, insurance, servicing, fuel. Expenses on a leased car: total lease cost, road tax?, Servicing? , Insurance, fuel Could anyone help me understand if road rax need to be paid on a leased car? . Also on servicing, is it 1 servicing or 2 services that should be included in my calculations?

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