Formentor PCP & PCH offers thread

Sep 11, 2022
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I’ve just had a quote for a VZ2 in Nevada white for £8,000 down £458 a month 🫣

10k miles PA and 48 months.
 

imran999

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I’ve just had a quote for a VZ2 in Nevada white for £8,000 down £458 a month 🫣

10k miles PA and 48 months.
Was that PCP?

1.4 eHybrid 245 VZ2 DSG *Incl. Extended Safety System* Lease

How about magnetic grey, 1.4 hybrid same terms. £438 pm. 4k down? Dec delivery.
 

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I think your best bet for a PCP deal is use your local dealer or go online. Purchasing cars is changing and the days of some getting better deals then others are disappearing.
 

Formentor John

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Hi all,

Times have changed a lot since most of the previous posts. Interest rates, list price etc, availability and demand is still high. It would seem you all got very good deals.

I have had a few PCP quotes for a V2 1.5 Auto in Desire Red based on 6000 miles per year.

Cupra will give £1500 towards the deposit. There is no discount as such on the list price and the best I have had so far is £500 from the dealer and and extra £200 on the part ex.

So with £6k down it will be approx £396 per month over 4 years. 7.2% for the interest.

Has anyone recently managed to get anything better ?

Many thanks
John
 

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Hi all,

Times have changed a lot since most of the previous posts. Interest rates, list price etc, availability and demand is still high. It would seem you all got very good deals.

I have had a few PCP quotes for a V2 1.5 Auto in Desire Red based on 6000 miles per year.

Cupra will give £1500 towards the deposit. There is no discount as such on the list price and the best I have had so far is £500 from the dealer and and extra £200 on the part ex.

So with £6k down it will be approx £396 per month over 4 years. 7.2% for the interest.

Has anyone recently managed to get anything better ?

Many thanks
John

I'd lease instead and save myself about £5500. 🤷
 

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Formentor John

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I'd lease instead and save myself about £5500. 🤷
I did end up going PCP as needed some flexibility and I may want to buy at the end or chop it in for another one a bit sooner. I managed to get more discount and high price for the PX so deposit was good.

Leasing likely works out cheaper however many can not get a car for a while due to being a factory order, I guess I was very lucky that the dealer had exactly what I wanted new.
 
Jul 4, 2023
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Hi all.

Currently looking at lease quotes on an auto V2 1.5 Formentor, was just curious if any of you have advice on sites with the best prices?
Lease on my Kuga isn't up until December but would like to get it sorted out asap as I've heard I may be looking at 6 months for delivery.

Cheers!
 

Villabrand

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Hi all.

Currently looking at lease quotes on an auto V2 1.5 Formentor, was just curious if any of you have advice on sites with the best prices?
Lease on my Kuga isn't up until December but would like to get it sorted out asap as I've heard I may be looking at 6 months for delivery.

Cheers!
Try LeasingOptions.co.uk, I have had a V2 Formentor for a few weeks now. They have been very helpful and keep in good contact with me and the dealer.

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WhiskyBomber

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Cupra themselves doing 0% PCP finance until October at the moment, looks to be 36 months only but I'm going to give the local dealer a call tomorrow for a chat. While they are about £4500 more expensive than what I've got on order, at 0% it will probably work out about the same
 
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WhiskyBomber

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While chatting to the dealer about my car, he let me know that Cupra have apparently extended the guarantee of 0% until March 2024 so if you order now and it's not registered until march they will still offer the 0%. Previously it was only until December 31st so if anyone was put off (like I was) that cars weren't going to be delivered until next year it might be worth a call back
 
Oct 13, 2023
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Hi all,

Got my V2 DSG back in March, but also work in Vehicle Leasing so if anyody is looking for deals on Formentors, let me know!
 

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Oct 13, 2023
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Hi all.

Currently looking at lease quotes on an auto V2 1.5 Formentor, was just curious if any of you have advice on sites with the best prices?
Lease on my Kuga isn't up until December but would like to get it sorted out asap as I've heard I may be looking at 6 months for delivery.

Cheers!
Did you get this sorted in the end? I've only just joined the forum but would be able to help for sure, if you haven't sorted already?
 
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