Best Lease Car Deals Available? (Vol 10)

Best Lease Car Deals Available? (Vol 10)

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imdeman87

850 posts

84 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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Re: Seat Ibiza deal with NVS.

Any reason why the DSG version is cheaper to lease vs. manual? Based on same trim, terms, mileage etc. it works out a few quid cheaper per month. Not often that happens...

...assume a main dealership put in multiple orders to hit targets and is struggling to shift the autos?

Djdjdj23

39 posts

30 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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I'm considering a 3 or 4 year lease for a Ioniq 5.
the car will still be under warranty year 4, and the tyres will likely need to be changed but anything else I need to consider with such a long lease?
thanks

Pedro72

41 posts

8 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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Thoughts on this, Hyundai Tucson plug in phev 4wd 1.6T-GDi PiH 13.8kWh 265 Ultimate Auto

£2.4K initial
£411pm
4yr deal
10k miles

December delivery

ayman82

1,363 posts

158 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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Djdjdj23 said:
I'm considering a 3 or 4 year lease for a Ioniq 5.
the car will still be under warranty year 4, and the tyres will likely need to be changed but anything else I need to consider with such a long lease?
thanks
The car will need an MOT test too, but it shouldn't be too much of an issue.

ayman82

1,363 posts

158 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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TROYTHEBOY said:
ayman82 said:
Also - who did you order your Polo with?
Dreamlease
Were they good to deal with?

TROYTHEBOY

72 posts

13 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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ayman82 said:
Were they good to deal with?
yea. to be fair the guy I was dealing with was kinda patient with me as I was looking for something they had in stock.
So far so good and they waived their broker fee (which is a cheeky fee in the first place in my opinion) after they cocked up the paperwork

Gman93

4 posts

7 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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Did anyone get the in stock XC40 that was on LeaseLoco a couple of days ago? It was through carlease-online it’s was a 2L B4P? Just wondering has anyone been given any lead times. Getting some mixed messages off the brokers.
Thanks

Ursicles

1,052 posts

219 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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Pedro72 said:
Thoughts on this, Hyundai Tucson plug in phev 4wd 1.6T-GDi PiH 13.8kWh 265 Ultimate Auto

£2.4K initial
£411pm
4yr deal
10k miles

December delivery
That sounds quite toppy

I got the Santa Fe premium hybrid, 10k per annum, 3 months down, 3 yr deal for £365 a yr.

wemorgan

3,489 posts

155 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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Djdjdj23 said:
I'm considering a 3 or 4 year lease for a Ioniq 5.
the car will still be under warranty year 4, and the tyres will likely need to be changed but anything else I need to consider with such a long lease?
thanks
How much wear and tear are you likely to put on the vehicle over 4yrs, verses having 2 vehicles leased over the same period?
I've only ever leased over 2 years, so am unsure how rigorous the inspection is on 4yr old cars.

roked

5 posts

55 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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I have the option to extend my lease that is due to finish in December. I have not extended before and I am being offered 10% less than what I am currently paying to extend it by 1 year (so from 2 to 3 years in total).

I know this will mean I will have to do an MOT but otherwise it seems like a no brainer in the current climate but does anyone think it is worth holding out for a better deal again? i.e. do they tend to offer better rates on the extension nearer the end of the lease or is it the other way around?

wemorgan

3,489 posts

155 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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Pedro72 said:
Thoughts on this, Hyundai Tucson plug in phev 4wd 1.6T-GDi PiH 13.8kWh 265 Ultimate Auto

£2.4K initial
£411pm
4yr deal
10k miles

December delivery
That's about £5.5k/yr. Sounds a lot in my book.

hobnobbler

66 posts

50 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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Shorty6 said:
I can't seem to find anything on the difference in spec? The titanium design doesn't seem to be on the configurator or anything.
It's almost as if they dont want you to know you are getting less. This is an article I found in the car press which lists what you dont get.

"More specifically, starting from £20,745 in the UK, the Puma Titanium Design costs £1550 less than the regular Puma Titanium. In return, the standard equipment doesn'tinclude the following features: Auto High Beam, Navigation, Ford SYNC 3 (it has 2.5 instead), Electronic Air Temperature Control, Rear Parking Sensors, Lane Keeping Aid, Lane Departure Warning, Pre-Collision Assist with Autonomous Emergency Braking, Pedestrian/Cyclist Detection, and Post-Collision Braking."

Presume this is because of the semi-conductor supply issues.


Pedro72

41 posts

8 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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Ursicles said:
Pedro72 said:
Thoughts on this, Hyundai Tucson plug in phev 4wd 1.6T-GDi PiH 13.8kWh 265 Ultimate Auto

£2.4K initial
£411pm
4yr deal
10k miles

December delivery
That sounds quite toppy

I got the Santa Fe premium hybrid, 10k per annum, 3 months down, 3 yr deal for £365 a yr.
I’m guessing it’s due to it being a ultimate it’s carrying a higher price tag.

Is the Santa Fe the plug in hybrid? If so where did you get that deal from & what is the stock like.

Pedro72

41 posts

8 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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wemorgan said:
That's about £5.5k/yr. Sounds a lot in my book.
Ok thanks glad I asked here as I thought it was ok and quite tempted.

foreverfalling

527 posts

142 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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What do we think to the latest v60 deal?

https://centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/lease-volvo-...

hobnobbler

66 posts

50 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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foreverfalling said:
What do we think to the latest v60 deal?

https://centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/lease-volvo-...
I think prices went up in October. Worth checking Santander Contract Hire. Slightly cheaper on 10k p.a terms. No fee either with Santander

https://www.santanderconsumer.co.uk/123contracthir...



foreverfalling

527 posts

142 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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hobnobbler said:
I think prices went up in October. Worth checking Santander Contract Hire. Slightly cheaper on 10k p.a terms. No fee either with Santander

https://www.santanderconsumer.co.uk/123contracthir...
Thanks!

jonesy_77

8 posts

7 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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Any thoughts on this deal please? Looking to replace my A5 Coupe (BE), which I'm only paying 270 a month for, with something similar - not sure the CLA Coupe quite matches up but slim pickings at the moment..

Mercedes CLA Coupe 180 AMG Line (Auto)
3+35, 5k miles
Initial: 892 (+299 fee)
Monthly: 297
Total Cost: 11,606

I don't know what percentage is considered good over 3 years (and is only 5k miles in this instance)? Have always gone for 2 in the past at 8k, but I only actually need 5-6k per year

JuanGandini

1,435 posts

116 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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foreverfalling said:
What do we think to the latest v60 deal?

https://centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/lease-volvo-...
£200 cheaper over the term here: https://leasing.com/main-dealers/stoneacre-lincoln...

Ursicles

1,052 posts

219 months

Tuesday 12th October 2021
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Pedro72 said:
I’m guessing it’s due to it being a ultimate it’s carrying a higher price tag.

Is the Santa Fe the plug in hybrid? If so where did you get that deal from & what is the stock like.
Nope... just a regular 1.6 with the hybrid element to it. Ordered last week, apparently delivery is Jan.

Speak to Mike Linehan at Stoneacre - they were pretty helpful.