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Car Lease - Skoda Kamiq 1.0 TSI - £155.32p/m Over 3 Years / 5K Miles

Car Lease - Skoda Kamiq 1.0 TSI - £155.32p/m Over 3 Years / 5K Miles

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Latest Deals has worked with Leasing Options to show you this fantastic deal on a 3 year lease for a Skoda Kamiq car.

You can get a brand new Skoda Kamiq hatchback 1.0 TSI 95 SE 5 door on a 3 year lease with 5,000 miles a year for £155.32 per month with 1 payment upfront and a £180 admin fee. The car tax is included in the deal so all you have to do is insure it and drive it away and it will be covered by Skoda's warranty for the whole period of the lease and you won't have to take it for an MOT as you will hand it back before the first one is due.

The total payments you will make over the 3 year term is £5771.52 so over the 36 month term it works out at £160.32 net per month.

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Skoda Kamiq is one of the cheapest small SUVs on the market and it comes with a whole load of great spec. The average fuel economy is a great 55.54 miles per gallon and can comfortably seat 5 adults.

Spec includes:

- LED headlights

- Wireless Apple CarPlay

- 8" Touchscreen

- DAB Radio

- Lane Assist

- Auto wipers

- LED headlights and tail lights

- 17 inch alloy wheels

- ISOFIX child seat fixings for rear seats and front passenger seat

- Air conditioning

- Colour touchscreen radio / head unit with 2 x USB C connections

- Front Assist

- Front side airbags with curtain airbags

- Roof rails

- Leather multi-function steering wheel

- Bluetooth

- Cruise Control

- Automatic lights and wipers

- Hill hold control

- Remote central locking and alarm

What do you think of this LeasingOptions deal?
Freebiesarefun
Freebiesarefun14 days ago

Not enough mileage for me I will buy an electric car outright in a years time second hand

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EarlyWorm
EarlyWorm13 days ago

Freebiesarefun I agree. 5000 miles is not even half what I do in a normal year. Would be well suited to someone who only uses their car on an occasional basis and wants the reassurance of owning a new car.

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Dennab
Dennab6 days ago

EarlyWorm There's no more reassurance in leasing a new car than there is owning a decent secondhand one with warranty which you own and it costs less.

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AndyPMonks
AndyPMonks13 days ago

Would be better if you could opt for extra milage when you book vehicle

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Griff1966
Griff196613 days ago

I think £6k to have a Skoda sit on your drive for 3-years is not such a great deal

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MumOfThree
MumOfThree13 days ago

Griff1966 I was going to say the same! Thinking about selling mine so little use atm but just convenient having it

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Clubman
Clubman13 days ago

By far the cheapest way to have a new car on your drive. All cars depreciate, even used ones.

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Dennab
Dennab6 days ago

Clubman My £400 Volvo has probably depreciated by around 50 quid in about 4 years.

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mabon1
mabon113 days ago

Would suit me as I rarely drive over 4 k per year, but not so good for an average driver's mileage

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Dennab
Dennab5 days ago

mabon1 If you only drive that much, you don't need to spend this kind of money basically hiring a car. Buy one secondhand.

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kalachambers302
kalachambers30213 days ago

Interesting will look into this

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saytheword
saytheword13 days ago

Seemed like a good deal but after reading peoples comments, it shines a light on things. Very interesting points!

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Clubman
Clubman13 days ago

It is a good deal, by far the cheapest way to get a new car on your drive.

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marniep
marniep13 days ago

Pity the mileage is so low

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Auntielettie
Auntielettie13 days ago

155 per month would pay for the taxis you would use. 5000 miles per year is only 100 miles a week. Leave this car on the forecourt

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poccupier
poccupier12 days ago

it's just 13 miles per day! Seriously? How much the black cab or, better, a minicab, nowadays? ...and you don't need insurance ;)

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Dennab
Dennab7 days ago

A car you never own... Not for me. Secondhand ftw in my book but it's not for everyone. I maintain my own cars. My 19 year old Volvo runs on LPG though that costs about 65p a litre. The mileage on this deal is indeed way too low. For a car doing that kind of mileage, you could buy something secondhand for even £1500 and with the odd bit of maintenance, it would work out a lot cheaper than this. Get a good and local mechanic, sorted. Safety standards may be better than some older vehicles but if you just want stuff like Bluetooth, I installed that in all my cars for under 50 quid each. The only reason for leasing really is to keep up with The Joneses in my opinion.

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PinkFlamingo
PinkFlamingo6 days ago

if you just fancy going around the doors this is a great little offer but for more distance you want more mileage

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JessHindle
JessHindle6 days ago

Would not reccomend anyone getting this the mileage is way too low and is worth 5600

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Yeet69
Yeet696 days ago

I bought a 5 door 2006 Nissan Micra SE in 2019 I've had a little work done on it this year (£150). The road tax is about the same. Paid £300.

There's a new car out every few months (Toyota, Honda, Skoda etc) and I've got to admit I'm tempted every time. But just as I resist other temptations.. I resist the need to look good in front of others because I have had enough of faking it just to fit in.

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KarinGronert
KarinGronert6 days ago

I need 10000miles and the price shoots up as soon as you want more mileage. Good for people who only do local travel

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tonyberryuk
tonyberryuk6 days ago

Seems an interesting deal but even though I am retired, 5,000 miles per annum maybe a bit tight. Would be better with 6,000 miles per annum and hopefully returning it with less than 18k miles. I have done approx 14k miles in my BMW X1 over the last 3 years. Also out of preference, I would like the auto version.

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Wazza
Wazza6 days ago

I dont suppose you get to keep the car at the end of the deal do you? That would have been good.

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Dennab
Dennab5 days ago

Wazza No. Leasing is basically hiring a car long term.

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Dennab
Dennab5 days ago

Wazza And no it's not good. It would still be very expensive if you owned it because the depreciation is ridiculous on new cars.

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Wazza
Wazza2 days ago

Dennab i agree thanks for this.

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Pada
Pada3 days ago

So tempting

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Dennab
Dennab1 day ago

Pada Don't do it!

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