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Vauxhall Corsa Hatchback 1.2 Turbo SRi 5dr - £8,096 (3+47 x £150.02 + Initial Payment of £477.06 + Admin Fee), 8000 miles @ What Car Leasing
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Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
Cheap car (just above Kia, Fiat, Dacia and Suzuki). OTR for about £19K. Excess miles at 6.3/m which is quite affordable and 8,000 p/a should be enough for me at least. This is a le… Read more
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adamc11

Yeah course you could abuse it but then imagine your insurance quote on the next car (lol) .

SFconvert

Agree that does seem reasonable value if you've put down £3.5k. I see that some also cover your excess. I'm still confused though, so say you write it off at 2 years. Do you basically get given the difference between the insurance market value (that the lease company and insurers agree on) and the p11d value? You could come out considerably on top, ie you would basically have had 2 years free leasing. It must surely be open to abuse?

adamc11

My GAP was really cheap with ALA I can’t remember how much exactly but it was around £120. Well worth it in my opinion. Especially given how easily companie write cars off now... (bug bear of mine)

adamc11

Yes but there has to be some form of standardisation when calculating value for money otherwise we wouldnt be able to calculate it...

sully01

Thanks

Vauxhall Corsa 5-Door Hatch 1.4 90PS SRi Nav Lease 8K Miles £3910.80
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Initial Rental of £428.40 followed by 23 x £142.80 Total cost £3910.80 or 24 x £162.95 * Includes processing fee 8K Mileage Spec: https://www.gateway2lease.com/vehicle-information… Read more
Davidbthatsme

It looks like a decent deal if you are happy to lease your car, I do wonder how many people on 80% of their salary regret going down this route and wished they had their own car on the drive. I hope the lease companies are making some concessions

Arbk66

There's a baguette slipped inside the driver side rear door akin to the VAG umbrella ;) Joking aside, decent price for a set of wheels, hot from me. I'm not a Vauxhall fan myself but the wife had two Corsa's from new and both gave no trouble. A motors a motor at the end of the day, things going t1ts up can happen to any of them. My own lease ends this year, a wee while away yet, Dec 1st, 6 months up the road (confused) better start gathering bookmarks for the lease trawl in a couple of months, fingers crossed as always for the lease deal to beat all lease deals but that always appears after I take one out, sods law (skeptical)

muffboy

leaseloco do not cover as big a market as people think

MOJOoo7

A run of the mill 1.4 in your astra is just plain silly. My 99bhp small car is just adequate, could do with 15 bhp more.

Roberto86

Says there’s a £198 admin fee as well?

Vauxhall Corsa 1.2 Sri 24 month lease Deposit £875.88 Admin Fee £198.00 Monthly Cost £145.98 Milage 5k Total cost £4431.42 @ NVC
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
£145.98 per month, plus £875.88 up front, plus £198 fee. Good enough car, will take you to places after lockdown. 5k miles per year, will need 1 service. Has to be close to the equ… Read more
cheeky_chops

I couldn't belive a corsa is £20k!!!

1matt1

Auto Trader doesn’t get it right all the time. This looks expensive with that upfront payment and only 5k p/a miles.

cheeky_chops

Don't know why cold, auto trader shows similar (new model) delivery mileage cars on pcp as over £300pm

Free Breakdown Cover for NHS workers Driving Peugeot/ Citroen/ Vauxhall/ DS @ PSA Groupe
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Posted 3rd AprPosted 3rd Apr
Free Breakdown Cover for NHS workers Driving Peugeot/ Citroen/ Vauxhall/ DS @ PSA Groupe
FREE£0.01
PSA Groupe , owner of Citroen, DS, Peugeot, and Vauxhall, is offering free roadside assistance for NHS workers during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The offer is open to NHS wo… Read more
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paula.smith

hopefully that’s a joke!!! if not you would have to be a pretty nasty person to make a dig like that at the moment..,,

Robbie_Arch

Nice one.

malcoa

And

Taz1529

Your original comment, "Driving those cars, it's needed.". You then go on to say basically all cars are the same?

sparklehedgehog

Driving those brands you’ll need it!!!!

Free breakdown cover to NHS staff @ Vauxhall
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Posted 1st AprPosted 1st Apr
Free breakdown cover to NHS staff @ Vauxhall
Vauxhall is pledging free roadside assistance to all NHS staff who drive one of its cars during the coronavirus crisis. The offer extends to any Vauxhall vehicle, regardless of ag… Read more
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laurasatrueblue

Thanks

Doug_cheap

Aren't Aviva already doing this for everyone? https://www.aviva.co.uk/help-and-support/helping-nhs-staff/

xillium

Voted ho

newbiemuppet

nice offer but your going to need it if you've bought a vaxhall

Butcher420

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-rac-breakdown-cover-roadside-recovery-at-home-and-keys-for-nhs-workers-and-front-line-workers-at-hastings-direct-3433191

Universal OPC Line Stainless Steel Pedal Covers - Automatic and Manual for Various Vauxhalls £10.42 @ Vauxhall Store
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Universal OPC Line Stainless Steel Pedal Covers - Automatic and Manual for Various Vauxhalls £10.42 @ Vauxhall Store
Sport pedal covers for the above models, it might fit others as well, but check before ordering. The original price for these is around £140 in the brochures. manual version here: … Read more
pauli1888

Just checked my bank refunded

LiGhTfasT

Just got a refund? ;(

.MUFC.

Ford owners ;)

Lvo08

That's what i thought, but it seems ppl don't like it.

.MUFC.

Thanks :) This should be an hot deal.

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Anschler coil spring (front) - Vauxhall corsa 1.4 petrol 2000-2006 £3.11 @ Euro Car Parts
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Anschler coil spring (front) - Vauxhall corsa 1.4 petrol 2000-2006 £3.11 @ Euro Car Parts
Randomly stumbled across this - very limited to which vehicle! (Vauxhall corsa 1.4 petrol 2000-2006) - but if you are lucky enough to have one of these (or unlucky enough!) Barga… Read more
HottestDeal

HUKD: Have no need for it. purchased it anyway. surely will have a use one day.

EazyDuz

What kind of loser owns a Corsa (lol)

steveblackman

Dont be fooled buy their codes, i bought some coolant for my car which i reserved and added a "50% off" code. When i turned up to collect it the guy said its on the shelf to your left and it was £2 cheaper on the shelf label.

grahammcm1888

I was thinking of something funny to say, but nothing springs to mind :/

jsd74

Get some steel tube and make a toilet roll launcher and play fetch with stupid people

Pre-Reg Vauxhall Viva SE 1.0 5 Door Air Con Edition £7995 (Delivery miles) @ WJ King Group
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Posted 18th Oct 2019Posted 18th Oct 2019
Pre-Reg Vauxhall Viva SE 1.0 5 Door Air Con Edition £7995 (Delivery miles) @ WJ King Group
£7,995£10,05020%W J King Group Deals
Because this is a Vauxhall I genuinely expect this to go cold BUT for genuine value for money, 5 doors air con etc I think this is a good buy personally. NOTE THIS IS THE SE AIR… Read more
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f1refox

Ours is 4 and still going strong... :-)

soldierboy001

Parts cheap but needed replacing very often. So no long term saving.

Biker25

It won't last 3 years

willisit

Had an SL for two years with heated seats/steering wheel. Brilliant little car and drive really well. Only sold it as our first child arrived and the boy space was non existent. I didn't pay much for it brand new (assuming they've gone up over the years).

momofone

Ok I'm looking for a city car but with all the nice bits such as navigation parking sensors etc. I want a very small car. Can anyone help me with some good deals ?

Asda Engine Oil Vauxhall Dexos 2 5l, Instore and Online - £15
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Posted 13th Sep 2019Posted 13th Sep 2019
Asda Engine Oil Vauxhall Dexos 2 5l, Instore and Online - £15
£15£17.9917%Asda Deals
Fully synthetic 5w 40 engine oil compatable with Vauxhall dexus 2 requirements
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tintowellfan

No such thing as Dexos2 Gen2. Latest is Dexos1 Gen2

snapdragon

I thought they needed Dexos2 Gen2. For anyone interested, this is made by Tetrosyl who make Carlube and TripleR oil.

spike000009

Thanks, helpful links (y)

tintowellfan

https://assets.ctfassets.net/kznjmjn6augk/a3JOubO6ZikUq8eiOy4om/6b615a4593df230b8f69c9753bdc0056/Flyer_Verw.__bersicht_DEX1Gen2_V4_ENG_200418.pdf https://cdn.opieoils.co.uk/pdfs/millersoils/Millers-20180925-XF-Longlife-LSPI-5w30.pdf https://www.opieoils.co.uk/

spike000009

Where can i check this please?

Vauxhall Crossland X 1.2 83ps Elite Nav Car Leasing 12k 9+23 - £139.98pm - £4677.36 - gateway2lease
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Posted 4th Sep 2019Posted 4th Sep 2019
Vauxhall Crossland X 1.2 83ps Elite Nav Car Leasing 12k 9+23 - £139.98pm - £4677.36 - gateway2lease
12k miles Driver Maintained Contract 2019 Model 5 Doors Petrol - Manual Metallic Paint Included Availability / Non Standard Options Included Stock available for quick … Read more
Ricky302

I'm laughing at all the under powered comments, I drove a 68ps Fiesta van for 5 years notching up over 270K miles with no problems getting up to motorway speeds on slip roads even with a full load.

jamesturner280783

🤡

118luke

Pretending to own one XD no, im not that sad. I can very much assure you i do indeed drive a 2016 Range Rover Sport (and a 2009 Ford Mondeo as my faithful workhorse).

jamesturner280783

Pipe down Mr I'll use a generic photo of a range rover as my profile but probably don't drive 1. We've got a Vitara. Looks good, all the trimmings. Not an sx4 that's discontinued. Or an ignis. The new Peugeot 2008 looks very similar but with a better overall finish. Must have done something right with the Vitara. Get back to pretending to own a range rover

118luke

You drive a Suzuki and you're calling Ford and Vauxhall's creations ugly? Have you seen the SX4 S-Cross with its bulbus lights and grille? ...and dont get me started on the Ignis - Thats a modern day Fiat Multipla... Suzukis current creations are gut-wrenchingly bad, this Crossland-X is a beauty queen in comparison to an Ignis, even the loathed Nissan juke is prettier.

Vauxhall Grandland X 1.2T SE 5dr - 5000 Miles Car Lease - Initial Fee: £1,136.45 / 23m x £126.26 - Total Cost  £4,235.43 @ Jet vehicle finance
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Vauxhall Grandland X 1.2T SE 5dr - 5000 Miles Car Lease - Initial Fee: £1,136.45 / 23m x £126.26 - Total Cost £4,235.43 @ Jet vehicle finance
Initial rental £1136.45. 23* £126.26. Admin Fee £195. 0 to 62 mph (secs): 9.5 Top Speed: 117 Engine Power - BHP: 130 6 speed Combined mpg 46.3
spitfire51

Is the MG ZS (petrol) that bad? They give 7x warranty...

dagger

My wife also took delivery of one of these 3 weeks ago for local school runs and shopping etc - absolutely fantastic deal for a large family car, does everything you'd want for a brilliant price

Kami275

Test driven this car today. An absolute great car to lease at such low price. Not sure to buy it as would not hold much value.

jonconlon

Got a 1.4 turbo zafira tourer, it is a great car. Moves a lot quicker than the 1.6 Toyota auris we had before.

djgomatt

In 17 years of driving I have never exceeded 8,000miles a year. The reason - I have a company van without personal use so the car only moves to go shopping/gym etc on an evening and maybe a couple of trips out on the weekend and occasional trip to the coast etc... I still need a car but I don't need a large mileage allowance. At the moment me and my wife are sharing a car while she is on maternity leave, it gets used every day for nursery drops, doctors appointments, kids classes, shopping, trips to the grandparents 100mile away, in the last 12 months we did 6,200mile. Personal circumstance is a strange beast.

Vauxhall Test Drive freebie incentive : Test drive by appointment and get a free gift
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Posted 6th Aug 2019Posted 6th Aug 2019
Vauxhall Test Drive freebie incentive : Test drive by appointment and get a free gift
Test drive a qualifying new Vauxhall (Viva excluded) by appointment at a participating dealer and pick from a choice of gifts (voucher code redeem) Family Day Out (RRP. £100) 2… Read more
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jake.evans

They have got back to me and are still taking there time "We are currently in the process of replenishing stock. Once your order has been dispatched, we will email you to let you know. Kind Regards Vauxhall Team" No idea how long this will take

gardner1

Test drive on 3rd September Echo show arrived on 3rd October

harshiklacmane

Didnt even get a proper reply from them when I called so contacted through email

Deal_Veteran

Contacting them over the phone (01565 656 259) is easier and quicker, barely a minute's wait.

harshiklacmane

Contacted through the form mate check ur junk to see if you’ve received a email to say that we’ve responsed to ur query.

Vauxhall Adam 1.2i Jam 3dr 2019 Reg £8900 on the road price @ Evans Halshaw
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Posted 29th Jun 2019Posted 29th Jun 2019
Vauxhall Adam 1.2i Jam 3dr 2019 Reg £8900 on the road price @ Evans Halshaw
When it comes to the Vauxhall ADAM range there are a million possibilities with all the personalisation options available. The Vauxhall ADAM JAM is the interim model in the range, … Read more
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m5rcc

A troll that has failed. Classic!

Malachi_X

(lol) and I in turn replied to your reply. I had thought boasting about 26 likes in another deal was pretty cringe worthy, then I noticed you describe yourself as a "genius" and I realise now you're not the sort of person to "understand" when they've made an error. I've found this all quite fascinating, and will, as a result of your condition allow you the last word. All the best (and "better luck next time").

m5rcc

"Clearly wrong" in your opinion. You again fail to compute that the current Adam has ceased production and will not be the same car in two years time and therefore will not hold the residuals you currently see in today's used two year old cars. What's odd is your continued persistence on this matter. I've moved on and only come back to reply to replies made to me directly, yet here you are, days later still worrying about what I wrote.

Malachi_X

They agreed because that estimate appeared accurate, whereas this one looks way off, hence all the head scratching as to why you're persisting with pushing information that's clearly wrong. You can't seem to grasp this for some reason. Even your mate ezzer in the most polite way possible said you were wrong about the valuation. Very odd indeed.

m5rcc

It wasn't a deal. It was a future price based on residuals.

Vauxhall Astra Hatch 1.6T 200ps Elite Nav S/S 5dr Just Add Fuel (3 years) £9501.56 - Gateway2lease
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Vauxhall Astra Hatch 1.6T 200ps Elite Nav S/S 5dr Just Add Fuel (3 years) £9501.56 - Gateway2lease
Another Astra lease deal but this time with insurance, £200 prepaid card and maintenance included (so just add fuel). Orders placed from now until Wednesday 31st July 2019 will al… Read more
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royals

Dreadful deal, colder than the ice age. Dreadful car, car for people who have given up. Vauxhall have never made a decent car.

CheapSuitCharlie

C u next Tuesday, obviously

georgesvalch

Usually I don't like lease deals but these kind of bundles that include insurance are so good for new drivers, I wish companies have offers like this much often.

BertieWusster

Agreed.

majorwedgy84

Got an astra to replace my 15 plate focus..... God I miss the focus!

Vauxhall Crossland 1.2 Elite Nav Lease 24 month lease £195 per month no deposit 8k p/a £216 admin fee £4883.76 @ Leasecar
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Vauxhall Crossland 1.2 Elite Nav Lease 24 month lease £195 per month no deposit 8k p/a £216 admin fee £4883.76 @ Leasecar
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Great price on a high spec small SUV. They have stock available, I’ve just ordered one. Metallic is free too. Car comes with full leather! RRP is £19390! £195 per month over two y… Read more
mailmikey

If you lease for 2 years, do you only pay for one service at the end of year 1? Or do you have to pay for the service due at the end of year 2 before you hand back?

Besford

I think you've answered your own question there mate.

RedmanDealer

What does my posting history have to do with anything? Are you one of those weird internet stalkers? Judging by some of the other comments looks like others also agree with my assessment of the Mokka. In any case, have already taken my comments back since other posters pointed out it has nothing to do with this the PSA-based Crossland.

GAVINLEWISHUKD

That's another Vauxhall that is a PSA car built on the same platform as the Peugeot 3008.

arcticchimp

Not a fan of Vauxhall but I did drive a Grandland X recently on hire. Was surprised. Good drive, good toys and decent fuel economy at least on the motorway.

£4,000 scrappage allowance off a new VIVA ROCKS selected new Astra / £3,000 or more part-exchange allowance off selected models @ Vauxhall
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Posted 4th Jun 2019Posted 4th Jun 2019
£4,000 scrappage allowance off a new VIVA ROCKS selected new Astra / £3,000 or more part-exchange allowance off selected models @ Vauxhall
For a short period only, we're offering £4,000 or more scrappage allowance off a new VIVA ROCKS and selected new Astra, Crossland X, Mokka X or Grandland X models.* We’re also off… Read more
welsh.hammer

Better off going for a fiat punto = same chassis as the corsa or a fiat 500 = same chassis as the Adam another thing to bear in mind is that not all 1.0 cars are cheap to insure. Currently driving a Alfa-romeo mito qv and my insurance is cheaper than the 1.0 Kia picanto i owned

Blahblahblahlol

Be careful vauxhall most of the time loose value very quick.. are they worth buying new????

daz_75

Amazing isn't it. Went to look at volvo and Toyota. Toyota well renown for grandad cars but amazed how much better they are now. Vauxhall look terrible

adamski8080

Pokey

Thought most Vauxhall dealers wiped £4k off the price of a car just for walking through the door. Wonder if Carwow would be a better bet. Even better if you could combine the typical Vauxhall price cutting with this offer. If you're inclined to buy a Vauxhall, that is.

Vauxhall Astra 1.6T 16V 200 Elite Nav 5dr - Lease Deal - £156.67 A Month - 8k - 2 Years @ What Car? Leasing
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Vauxhall Astra 1.6T 16V 200 Elite Nav 5dr - Lease Deal - £156.67 A Month - 8k - 2 Years @ What Car? Leasing
I posted a deal a while ago through Vauxhall Greenhous on WhatCar that I thought was a really good deal, however this now seems to have been reduced a lot compared to previous deal… Read more
MIDURIX

I've had a Titanium and Titanium X Fiesta '17 plates and the speakers were some of the best I've heard. I guess they are ok in the Astra, but not fantastic. I must say that a Fiesta and probably a Focus ST handles a fair amount better, especially through the corners compared to the Astra also. I have an amg C32 which does 0-60 in 4.6 seconds and the Astra isn't that much slower although you have to go a hell of a lot slower through the corners to remain feeling safe :p. I recently drove the Grandland X (pretty much as big inside as the Astra) and the Grandland has an updated Navigation system and the colours and resolution on that are a fair amount better than my Astra, the Astra used a large but really quite old system. Also doing 3000 rpm at 70-75 doesn't seem quite right, I think 6th should be for 60+ speeds and really relaxing the engine. But all things considered I really like the Astra, very comfy seats, good aricon and very fancy controls for the aircon, really nice driving position, lots of boot space, lovely smooth gearbox etc

RealBargainHunter

I have the this car in the Ultimate trim and whilst my car was in the garage for a repair I have twice been given a Ford Focus ST 19 reg and can honestly say the sound is much better, louder and consistent in my Astra. I’ve noticed in Fords the sound level don’t seem to increase much after volume level 21 at all? I’m glad I finally had the opportunity to drive a Ford though because I always wondered what the commotion was about and now I know it’s just chinese whispers, I would never buy a standard Ford Focus now, they are very dull to drive not exciting and has boring features and feel to it. The Astra K 1.6 200 Ultimate is very nippy, 0-60mph in 6.6s good for 197bhp easily leaves a bmw 320d behind, the infotainment is great but not the best, it’s comfy too heated seats are heaven, alloys are great but certain features are a waste of time like auto parking and the fact the windows only fold by a button inside and not with the key fob when closing the windows, although that too has its upsides; like going through really narrow traffic or a terribly narrow one way street etc but it’s massively let down by poor mpg ( but I do have a heavy foot and it is petrol). I put in around £25 every two days, on urban roads!!!! And this isn’t biased as I’m due to give up the Astra this week for a Seat Tarraco..but only because I need more space for trips away.

RealBargainHunter

Same with mine no badge although it’s the Ultimate trim version. With no badge it also means people don’t try race me.

twonkydonkey

Bro?

Davejay81

Look at the cost of buying and running a car. Twice the price of this would be paid over five years for a car older than three years, then you'll be paying every inch of breakdown that comes with it. I know this to be true! At the price and in comparison to driving a five year old car now.. this is a much better deal than buying second hand. Chill, bro (y)

Vauxhall Astra 1.6T 16V 200 Elite Nav 5dr - Lease Deal - £172.59 A Month - 8k - 2 Years @ What Car? Leasing
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Vauxhall Astra 1.6T 16V 200 Elite Nav 5dr - Lease Deal - £172.59 A Month - 8k - 2 Years @ What Car? Leasing
£1035.54 up front £172.59 a month for 2 years This is for 8k mileage a year which is plenty for me Seems like a good deal for the spec the car has on it
draganov464

I got an elite NAV 200bhp/psi manual for 2 years 10k miles for 24* £189 (ish) + £100 fee, this was back in December 2018. It makes the price of this deal seem a bit steep.

RoryStuart

I appreciate this reply is a week after what you wrote... but if it helps, I have put my touchscreen on to night mode, and keep it on that - works much better I find!!

wharf82

One thing that surprised me about the Astra is that not a single model comes with any parking sensors as standard. Even top level trims. £450 option on all trims. Hmm.

MR1123

Don't see many of Astra's on the road.

Underrated

Does it have automatic gear? I cant find specs of this car on that website. I was about to buy a car from buyacar but 4 y contractpushed me back haha and I cant afford 2y contract

Vauxhall Astra Hatchback 1.6T 16V 200 Elite Nav 5dr - 3 years lease, 8k miles, £676 fee £177 a month. (£6877 total) @ Jet Vehicle Finance
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Vauxhall Astra Hatchback 1.6T 16V 200 Elite Nav 5dr - 3 years lease, 8k miles, £676 fee £177 a month. (£6877 total) @ Jet Vehicle Finance
Decent sized family car for £177 a month, with three months initial payment, and £144.99 admin fee
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Cristiano

I get mine on Monday

Stardust83

Has anyone who ordered through Jet taken delivery yet? I'm still waiting. They said they're expecting the cars to arrive at the dealership this week and then it'll be another couple of weeks to sort the finance paperwork. Seems a bit backward. My last two leases had everything signed at the start so that as soon as the car arrived with the dealer it was good to be delivered to me straight away.

clint.thrust

Oh that's clever.

red_steve

I'd one of these on a previous deal and found it to be a very good car to drive.The Elite Nav is a decent spec with some nice touches.

Cristiano

I’m configuring to the same terms as the deal above but it’s coming up £188 per month and £195 fee. Has the price changed or have I got it wrong ?

Vauxhall Grandland X 3 year Lease £165.76pm + £994.56 deposit + £145 fee at Whatcar Total £6941.16
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Vauxhall Grandland X 3 year Lease £165.76pm + £994.56 deposit + £145 fee at Whatcar Total £6941.16
£6,941.16£7,021.181%What Car? Leasing Deals
Grandland X 1.2 SE on a 3 year lease with 8,000 miles/annum at £165.76/month plus £994.56 deposit and £145.00 fee. Lots of car (even at base spec) for the money.
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clsss

who cares if it gets you from A to B.

dagger

apart from the fact that Dacia are hideous cars

Smartguy1

At least with a bank loan you have the option of selling the car if you have to compared to having your credit rating suffer because you tell the leasing company you can't afford to pay them. My wife purchased a 1 year old Mokka about 18 months ago and she put some cash in as well as her car and borrowed a small amount of money. The sales guy who was perhaps early 50's agreed with us about not doing a PCP due to our age. That's possibly different in other cities but we don't live somewhere like Leeds or Manchester or Birmingham where it is perhaps easier to find a job. I know you shouldn't live your life by "what if" but now if I can't afford to pay cash for something I don't buy it and that includes cars. Had my last one for 7 years and if I was to lease a car it would only be if I had the full amount of the lease in savings. I wasn't like that in my younger years lol.

DealsDen101

Same I bought a 3 year old car and had to have the clutch done within the first year costing just over £1000 It's like you say each to their own but you make a good point of the job situation with the lease!

Smartguy1

It is each to their own but many people don't want a 5 year old car and the worry about possible expensive maintenance and high repair costs. Repair costs, breakdowns etc are a lottery where second hand cars are concerned and even BMW and Audi's breakdown. I for one agree with you but I can look after my cars in the most part where maintenance is concerned but even I have to get a garage to do the odd repair. I have always been against leasing for me but actually advised my son to do a lease deal which he did and got himself a brand new st line fiesta. He can't do his own car repairs and him doing a lease means I don't get calls to repair it. I will only buy a car if I can buy it cash so no finance. You have to think about when you get older it's not sometimes as easy to get a new job should you suddenly find yourself unemployed so that makes me cautious and wouldn't want a lease wrapped round my neck for that reason. If I was 20 years younger then fine but it all comes down to what you want, how much you can pay and what you have to either part exchange or put in as cash. You also have to weigh up the part exchange depreciation compared to the lease cost. For people who like nothing but new then leasing is possibly cheaper. For me who buys cars at 3 to 4 years old I am better off buying.

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