Best Lease Car Deals Available? (Vol 10)

Best Lease Car Deals Available? (Vol 10)

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Scrump

Original Poster:

17,864 posts

135 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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Ursicles

1,052 posts

219 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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Volume 10!!

Glorious.

Nickp82

2,753 posts

70 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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New volume = loads of new mega deals…. right??

yellowbentines

4,857 posts

184 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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Nickp82 said:
New volume = loads of new mega deals…. right??
Yeah, has to be the case, used car/retained values are sky high meaning low depreciation on the assets for leasing companies resulting in cracking cheap deals for customers?

I look forward to lots of low monthly payment deals quoted omitting that you need to add VAT, pay 12 months upfront, oh and there's only a 3k per annum mileage limit rofl

h4r00n

37 posts

48 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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Thoughts on a ford puma 1l titanium ecoboost mild hybrid on 3 + 35 at £154 a month on 8k miles? Works out to around 19% I believe which is pretty good in current climate. Build date approximately Feb.

Jay_P

124 posts

36 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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Thanks to the person who posted in Volume 9 the Seat Ibiza Xcellence Lux DSG Jan 22 delivery.

Just secured 3+35 @ £173 month for 5kPA. Very happy with that given prices + lead times!

Nickp82

2,753 posts

70 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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h4r00n said:
Thoughts on a ford puma 1l titanium ecoboost mild hybrid on 3 + 35 at £154 a month on 8k miles? Works out to around 19% I believe which is pretty good in current climate. Build date approximately Feb.
Sounds cheap , link?

Gavtt225

55 posts

57 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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I've been playing with the figures on that ibiza deal and it's decent, only black left now so orders must be flying through.. Still on the fence though.

adam-uquz4

144 posts

67 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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h4r00n said:
Thoughts on a ford puma 1l titanium ecoboost mild hybrid on 3 + 35 at £154 a month on 8k miles? Works out to around 19% I believe which is pretty good in current climate. Build date approximately Feb.
Come on don’t be a carrot dangler smile

maxwellm1

162 posts

39 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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think I'm going for skoda kodiaq from gateway 2 leasing.

not anywhere as near as good as ibiza deal but wanted something bigger and I like the kodiaq apparently pipeline stock for march also.

6+23 5k suits my needs can be obviously be adjusted.

£297.60 £1785.60 or maintained £306.08 £1836.48
+ £239.99 fee


leasing option also have it at a bit cheaper in price but with a 52 week lead time just incase anyone fancy one and dont need it until this time next year.

https://www.leasingoptions.co.uk/car-leasing/skoda...

hobnobbler

66 posts

50 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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h4r00n said:
Thoughts on a ford puma 1l titanium ecoboost mild hybrid on 3 + 35 at £154 a month on 8k miles? Works out to around 19% I believe which is pretty good in current climate. Build date approximately Feb.
Just make sure it's not a Titanium Design as there's considerably less spec on those versions than you might be expecting if you thought you were getting the normal Titanium.

Nickp82

2,753 posts

70 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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maxwellm1 said:
think I'm going for skoda kodiaq…
NWVC cheaper still on Kodiaq, albeit quoting May delivery

https://www.nationwidevehiclecontracts.co.uk/car-l...

mcaf123

29 posts

55 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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maxwellm1 said:
think I'm going for skoda kodiaq from gateway 2 leasing.

not anywhere as near as good as ibiza deal but wanted something bigger and I like the kodiaq apparently pipeline stock for march also.

6+23 5k suits my needs can be obviously be adjusted.

£297.60 £1785.60 or maintained £306.08 £1836.48
+ £239.99 fee


leasing option also have it at a bit cheaper in price but with a 52 week lead time just incase anyone fancy one and dont need it until this time next year.

https://www.leasingoptions.co.uk/car-leasing/skoda...
I'd take that lead time with a pinch of salt:
"Czech automobile manufacturer Škoda Auto will limit or completely stop the production of cars in all three Czech factories from 18 October till the end of the year. The company took the decision due to global chip shortages."
https://www.euractiv.com/section/politics/short_ne...

maxwellm1

162 posts

39 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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Nickp82 said:
NWVC cheaper still on Kodiaq, albeit quoting May delivery

https://www.nationwidevehiclecontracts.co.uk/car-l...
had looked at nation also but may is far too long, march is long enough been without a car for a week,
should be able to last to march hopefully !

9300

86 posts

64 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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May delivery but looks a good deal for those who are interested.
https://www.nationwidevehiclecontracts.co.uk/car-l...

h4r00n

37 posts

48 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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hobnobbler said:
Just make sure it's not a Titanium Design as there's considerably less spec on those versions than you might be expecting if you thought you were getting the normal Titanium.
It is Titanium Design. It's with Arnold Clark. Its on Whatcar Leasing. Problem is it's Feb 2022 delivery with possibility of delay.

Jazzert501

92 posts

67 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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Jay_P said:
Thanks to the person who posted in Volume 9 the Seat Ibiza Xcellence Lux DSG Jan 22 delivery.

Just secured 3+35 @ £173 month for 5kPA. Very happy with that given prices + lead times!
It was me! Your welcome,...my laddie is hopefully getting a black manual one.Waiting on credit checks it's his first lease so hopefully they won't be too demanding.
I got my great Z4 deal from a fellow poster, would never have got one otherwise.

Edited by Jazzert501 on Monday 11th October 20:56

Dazdot

22 posts

10 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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Looking for a Tesla model 3 LR with 40k miles per annum, anyone any ideas as to the best place to look for deals?

skinnyman

1,288 posts

70 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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hobnobbler said:
Just make sure it's not a Titanium Design as there's considerably less spec on those versions than you might be expecting if you thought you were getting the normal Titanium.
Proper titanium is £975 down then £162/mth, for 36mths & 8k miles, which still sounds very cheap to me

TROYTHEBOY

72 posts

13 months

Monday 11th October 2021
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after farting around waiting for a bmw 128ti and getting nowhere, i went for the vw polo gti on a two year deal. its my first lease so fingers crossed now for end of month....