Thinking of leasing advise needed.

Fester999

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My wife has decided that she wants an automatic instead of a manual.
My current car is a 17 plate leon fr 1.4.
Its paid for only done 19000 miles.
I might sell it and lease.
Never leased before.
Where is the best places to go?
Main dealer or different company?
Cheers
 
Jan 10, 2021
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Hey bud,

Yeah, not keen on that 245PS version, heard a video of it, sounds like a really bad generator. Might try lease a 1.5 TSi Leon for now and work my way up to a Cupra...

Or just skip that and go for a 2020 Cupra (still more affordable then the other hot hatch I was contemplating) :ROFLMAO:
 

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Hey bud,

Yeah, not keen on that 245PS version, heard a video of it, sounds like a really bad generator. Might try lease a 1.5 TSi Leon for now and work my way up to a Cupra...

Or just skip that and go for a 2020 Cupra (still more affordable then the other hot hatch I was contemplating) :ROFLMAO:
You may find some MK3 Leon CUPRA's still in stock if you look around. The Mk4s are imminent for ordering. We'll update the site when we have more info.
 
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You may find some MK3 Leon CUPRA's still in stock if you look around. The Mk4s are imminent for ordering. We'll update the site when we have more info.
Yeah, I am shopping around. I was originally looking at a GR Yaris but just a bit too much money. If I can't find a lease on a MK3 Cupra, I will most likely get a FR until the MK4 leases come around.
 
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Wow - that is not bad! Through where if I may ask?
Leasing options is the broker and the car came to me through Arval. Ordered it July 2020 got delivered on 27th august 2020.
I’ve looked on leasing options today and the mk3 Cupra is no longer listed on the website but it could be worth contacting Arval andseeing if they have any knocking around.
 
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Leasing options is the broker and the car came to me through Arval. Ordered it July 2020 got delivered on 27th august 2020.
I’ve looked on leasing options today and the mk3 Cupra is no longer listed on the website but it could be worth contacting Arval andseeing if they have any knocking around.
Ah, yeah, doubt they would have any this far on haha
 

motormadmarc

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My wife has decided that she wants an automatic instead of a manual.
My current car is a 17 plate leon fr 1.4.
Its paid for only done 19000 miles.
I might sell it and lease.
Never leased before.
Where is the best places to go?
Main dealer or different company?
Cheers
Hi there.

I've just got my first leased vehicle, a brand new Leon TSI SE Dynamic. This was advertised back In November under special offers. And the company who I went with Is selectcarleasing.co.uk. I spent quite a bit of time looking around at what leasing companys were available and decided on the above mentioned. They are so much cheaper then going to a main dealer and have literally got hundreds of good reviews. And by memory I'm paying less than £160 per month. This also Includes an extra £12 a month for a service package. So apart from the one main service a year, this also covers tyres, bulbs, wiper blades, brakes etc. Also just to mention, I get free road tax for 3 years and full breakdown cover as well.
 
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Hi there.

I've just got my first leased vehicle, a brand new Leon TSI SE Dynamic. This was advertised back In November under special offers. And the company who I went with Is selectcarleasing.co.uk. I spent quite a bit of time looking around at what leasing companys were available and decided on the above mentioned. They are so much cheaper then going to a main dealer and have literally got hundreds of good reviews. And by memory I'm paying less than £160 per month. That also Includes an extra £12 add on for a service package. So apart from the one main service a year, this also covers tyres, bulbs, wiper blades, brakes etc. Also just to mention, I get free road tax for 3 years and full breakdown cover as well.
Mine also covers tax and I Think all leasing covers the tax as they are the register keepers/owners of the vehicle
 
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