Can you provide a little
bit more information about you and your needs?
I'm looking for a long lease on a Meriva estate or a Citroen C3 Picasso or similar with either
no deposit or a small one, I'm looking at between £150 £200 monthly payments, I do have
bad credit history but am now in a full time stable job after being off work due to looking after my husband after an accident.
The Meriva is a good
choice, nice big family car and the price is unbelievable low, it works out half
the price of a Picasso because we lease
so many of them we can offer them at a good price.
Hi I work for the Forth Valley Health Care NHS Trust as a Nursing Assistant and could you kindly return a quote for a
Citroen C1 and I am more than happy for you to speak directly with my husband.
Are you sure you want a
C1? There are far better cars than that available.
Thank you for getting back to
us so quickly that was good of you, the object of us exchanging over to a leased
car is that our current car is on an 07 plate and is to expensive to run as it
charges £260 per year in road tax and only around 25mpg around town. The last
payment on the car will be at the end of this month.
What cars did you have in
mind for leasing?
What we want to do is reduce our outgoings on the running cost and would consider some thing that is more affordable to run low on insurance, good sized boot for the size of the car.
Some of the cars that we would consider are,
Renault Clio Sports Tourer TCE in a good trim level,
Skoda Fabia Estate
Seat Ibiza Sports Tourer
Vauxhall Meriva (New shape model)
VW Polo Hatch 5 door (New shape model)
We are a family of 3 with a small dog hence a hatch back or estate would be the preferred option and please if you know of any other models that offer low motoring cost and a reasonable monthly payment.
There are good deals for ex demo cars, most are few months old and some a bit more. The price of the car lease can be reduced significantly allowing you to drive a better car, with better trims, lower insurance, much better mpg and cheaper service.
Would you like some ideas?
To get the price within your budget or even lower than £140 to £180 a month inc vat I would suggest the following cars.
50 to 60 mpg (average) Tax £20 to £30 a year Or something bigger, Insignia, Mondeo, Avensis, Exeo, Passat, 55 to 65 mpg (average) Tax £95 a year, Would you like a firm quote for one of the above?
Yes please the insignia and mondeo we feel are too big for us but would consider either the golf or Astra before the focus.
Do you have any estate cars on offer?
Hi, I'm a driving instructor and I spoke to a guy called Andy today about it, would like him or anyone else to call me asap about leasing a DS3.
I'm very sorry but the DS3 you picked although listed it is not available. Is this your only choice or would you consider other models or even other vehicles if the price was right?
I've looked at the ex demo deals you have but they don't seem much cheaper than the new ones? If I'm looking at Astra, focus, corsa etc what are the cheapest deals you have. I'm looking for a diesel
For the Focus 1.6 TDCi Titanium yes there is not much difference if you leased brand new or ex demo, but still the ex demo is cheaper. The more important thing is we would let you use the vehicle for your driving school where a Ford dealer would forbid you to do that unless you kept the vehicle at the end of the lease.
We are more flexible.
I have a car for my driving school so this car would just be for my personal use at weekends hence why I wanted something a little nicer like the ds3 or scirocco. What Astras do you have?
If you like an Astra, there is a really nice 2 litre diesel, powerful and full of torque.
Hi, I have sent two previous quote requests for this car and haven't heard anything since last week, was wondering if they weren't getting through to you. I would like this car deal please, white car if possible please, 36 month contract and low deposit if possible, Thankyou I look forward to hearing from you
I'm afraid the DS3 is not available at the moment and you were emailed to advise you that it will be a while until we get these back into stock. If you are in need of a car at a good price have a look at the alternative deals
Hi, I'm looking to lease a DS3, 10000 miles per year, 36 month lease. Are there any in stock?
I'm very sorry but the DS3 although it is listed it is not available on a good lease deal anymore. Is this your only choice or would you consider something similar? Maybe an Astra, Insignia, Focus, Leon, Golf, something else? Maybe ex demo which cost far less and you get more for your money?
Would also consider Fiesta, Corsa, Astra, Leon, would you be able to supply quotes for new and also ex demo please and breakdown of deposits
Does engine size matter to you? Fiesta is 1.25, Corsa 1.2 and 1.4, Astra is 1.4, 1.6 and 2 litre
Can you email me your preference?
Preferably not above 1.4, as due to mileage a bigger engine is not essential
Sorry but the form says Neil and you are Sarah?
In who's name should I make the quote to?
It is to go in Neils name as he is Company Director, I am just acting on his behalf as secretary (I am his wife)
No worries Sarah. I will get you a quote.
We received some quotes yesterday, will we potentially receive more, or are these the ones available? Also when we decide which to go with do we contact you, or do we respond back to the company themselves, sorry never arranged lease vehicles before.
Based on your requirements you are best now to communicate direct with the team as this will speed things up for you.
However, if you have any problems about the service you can email me.
There seems to be some confusion and I am not sure if the team are aware, we originally came through yourselves regarding a business lease due to adverse credit from a personal point of view and also the business is only 1 1/2 years old, you identify that you specialise in this area, I have taken a lot of time with your team who have now sent forms through stating the business needs to be 3 years old, and I am also not sure from a credit reference point of view if this is suitable.
Could you advise please.
You need to discuss this with the guys. If you do not have 3 years business records then they will have another solution for you.
Please contact them and they will explain.
Hi I am looking to lease a citreon ds3 diesel, I have bad credit around 1 when I checked it is going back when I was out of work. budget around £200 a month but I can pay 3 or even 6 months in advance. 2 or 3 years lease with maintenance tax etc. I also need my wife to be able to use it but it be in my name. I am not sure what sort of lease I would need. Also iam out of the country at the moment so I would need this by email. I hope you can help Thanks
I'm really sorry but you have to have really good credit history to lease a DS3 or similar Citroen. However, there are certain funders that will fund your car but it will have to be an ex demo slightly used car. Something like an Astra, Focus, Fiesta, BMW and some other really good makes.
Does the quote include car insurance? We are looking for a 4x4 car or SUV. We would consider Audi, Citroen, Honda, Kia, Mazda and Hyundai. Business miles per year will not exceed 1500 and personal mileage will not exceed 8000 therefore less than 10,000 in total. Preferably petrol engine Will consider auto or manual Not sure if 'fully maintained car lease is the right choice!! I just guessed sorry. ? 36 month lease but would consider other options
If you want a really good offer and low in insurance costs, I recommend the Ford Kuga, BMW X1, Qashqai, Juke or even the Mercedes M or Land Rover Range Rover but they cost a little bit more as they are much more expensive vehicles.
I work for the NHS Grampian but am unaware of a personal leasing for nhs staff - can I still take up your nhs deals? Do payments come off my wage directly? I have a bad credit history - will this exclude me from nhs deals?
You can lease via time4leasing if you are NHS or not. It doesn't matter you still get the best prices. The payments will come out of your bank account and not your wage. If it came out of your wages then it is considered a benefit and you will have to pay taxes. The opposite if you pay it via your bank account it is a personal expense and you decide if you want to charge your employer for any business miles you do. If that is in your terms of contract.
Now the bad bit. You have bad credit history. You can pick a car only from this main list.
Email me something you like.
What happens if I don't get
approved for a car lease because I might have adverse credit history?
You will be then considered for a Hire
What does that mean?
You basically lease the car but at the
same time you are paying off the capital which means that the car is yours to
keep and you don't have to give it back and you don't have to pay a balloon
payment at the end either.
That sounds very
interesting. What if I don't have a deposit to put down?
That will not be a problem as long as you pick
a car within a reasonable price.
What if I don't get approval even for a Hire Purchase agreement?
We can still look at providing a solution with car finance.
Hi, I'm a tutor and looking to lease a Zafira or similar, my miles per year are under 10,000 I would consider leasing for 1, 2, 3 or 4 years. I would consider most 7 seat cars Budget around £200 a month possibly more Thank you
If you want to pay the least per month for a Zafira or similar you are best to lease for 4 years but you can return or swap after 2 years. Lesing for 1 year can triple the price.
What are the timescales for getting quotes? As I'm looking at a couple of different companies but the packages much seem better from you.
I had a look on google at 6 different competitors for the Zafria 1.8i design model and they had offers £50 to £80 more per month + vat than us. That's like £3,000 more. Not sure what you mean the packages seem better. Either they are better or they are not? Are we talking about the same car deal?
I didn't realise that when leasing a car you still need a good credit rating. my rating is not good which is why i thought leasing mite be a better option as i need a car as i travel with my job. I can pay a deposit upfront as I have a grand scenic that I would be selling.
Yes you need good credit to lease a car but we also do car leasing for people with bad credit.
Please look at this deal for bad or poor credit history and let me know if you would like it?
Yes that deal would be great if it would be possible
I'm looking for a long lease 48 months or more.
Can you provide more info please?
Hi time4leasing - do not bother contacting me (as you haven't all week!) you are useless.
Not sure what the problem is other than you didn't fill in the form properly. Look at the quote request you filled in and sent, the car details are missing and we had nothing to go by.
Thought I'd picked a car, obviously I didn't. Sorry about my abrupt attitude.
If you tell me please what car or better still what cars you like and what your monthly budget is for the car lease then I will be able to help you. Also please email me what your credit history is like and do you have a deposit to put down and how much?
I'd like a quote on an ex demo Citroen or similar.
Sorry there are no good offers on Citroens - something else of interest?
I'd like a quote on an ex demo BMW 1 or similar.
Ok. that it fine, expect a confirmation email for the quote in a couple of minutes.
I'm self employed with
really bad credit history and was exploring the possibility if you guys can help
me get a car like an Insignia?
We consider all applicants because
our affiliates that we have partnered with work with a panel of 50 plus
lenders and many of them do offer finance in the form of Hire Purchase Car
leasing which is a great option.
I'm not at all clear what happens next after the ridiculous quote someone came back with on the Insignia.
Are you looking for something more sensible - a different provider, a different vehicle, options for me to consider etc etc.
What was the price you
They quoted be £2000 deposit
and £500 a month for a 2012 plate Citroen C4. This is not acceptable.
I'm sorry to hear that the price you were hoping to get was not with your budget. I'm afraid the funders have the last say, not
the affiliates. I am pretty sure they tried their best to help you.
I asked for a car lease not a hire purchase.
As I understand it when a customer is not successful with been approved for car
leasing, the next option is Hire Purchase. I assume they told you the price you
will be paying is to keep the car, as it is yours and you do not have to pay a
balloon payment at the end as with car leasing? I would urge you to double check
the proposal again and contact the affiliate.
Is there any other way to try and get the payments lowered?
Maybe you can strike a deal where you can pay over 60 months which will bring the payments down? and I urge you to get a quote from any other company so you can compare. Maybe you will get a better price for a more cheaper car if the Insignia works out too expensive?
I'd really expected you to find a number of options for me. Do some thinking and come up with comparisons. Basic selling really!
I haven't forgotten about the regulatory aspect of this sorry experience - I see you're FCA regulated so you should understand that my personal details should not be passed to third parties without my express permission
and no-one should make enquiries of credit agencies without approval. This need to be responded to please.
Before you go, I'd like to warn you that this is an independent free comparison service provided by Time4leasing, an appointed affiliate of companies which are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The content of the site other than vehicle specifications and reviews is for information purposes only and does not constitute advice. Whilst we take every care to ensure the information we provide is correct and up to date, please double check with the provider before committing yourself.
OK that is fine, I
didn't know this. I'm still expecting you to come up with a number of choices for consideration not just pass off to a single supplier without any level of thinking. The statements on your website suggest that's what you do.
I have emailed you the details of another partner who can
help. Their prices and terms are far better.
I got the email, many thanks for helping me out.