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Gen 2 Ioniq now available from ONTO with deliveries due mid January 2021.
 

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I think their Real World range is a little low. 155 maybe in winter with the A/C on, and flooring it off traffic lights.

£449 also compares to the £225/month that those who got the PCH deal last year. Yes ok PCH is over 2 years, but how many months at £449 before it matches.
When Evezy first launched weren't these £300 a month or so? £449 is quite a push, I'm leasing for 2 years at £250 a month (maintained), quite a difference even if you need to add insurance and "fuel".
 

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Just a quick look on leasing.com. Don’t know if these are currently the best deals?
 

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There was a very recent dump of inventory as there were lots of crazy deals. Just took delivery of mine. 3 year lease with ZenAuto (AKA ElectricAuto) for £285/m. But around the same time I saw deals for £250 and £199 a month. All stock inventory. Seemingly only applying to Premium. I couldn’t find deals for Premium SE anywhere close to these prices.

It looks like prices may have gone back up now.
 

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£450 per month seems pretty darn expensive, fine if you need a car for 2-3 months but any longer then that and you are in for losing out quite a sum of cash vs. PCH or even second hand purchase/re-sale.
 

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I found the deal on HotUKdeals, it was with a lease company called whatcar, but the paperwork is with Holdcroft.
Got my figures slightly wrong, it's £638 down then £210 per month, so nearer £230/month amortised.
 

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That’s an incredible deal. My lease is through ZenAuto, car also supplied by Holdcroft. £500 down, £285/m, 3 years, 8k miles.

Your deal is blazing. I wanted 2 years but the prices were much higher at the time. Is yours 12k miles a year or over the whole lease (6k/year)?

Now you’ve made me jealous.
 

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My first ever lease deal, and I've owned well over 60 cars over my lifetime. From what I can see the best deals are all about not being too fussy about choosing a spec or extras and then just waiting for a deal.
I've heard the Ioniq is being replaced soon as well, so run out models are always heavily discounted.

My deal is for 6k per year, actually it's for my wife. The PCP on her CX-3 was up in a couple of months, used prices are pretty high at the moment so I sold it to Arnold Clark for a good price. Happy to manage with one car during lockdown and she enjoys my A250 so it's a no brainer!

There's always a better deal round the corner, I'm sure you were happy when you signed up for yours so don't let it worry you too much!
 

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That’s an incredible deal. My lease is through ZenAuto, car also supplied by Holdcroft. £500 down, £285/m, 3 years, 8k miles.

Your deal is blazing. I wanted 2 years but the prices were much higher at the time. Is yours 12k miles a year or over the whole lease (6k/year)?

Now you’ve made me jealous.
His will be 6k per year. Must of got the same deal as we got. We got £264 per month on 1+ 23. 10k miles per year. Metallic fluidic metal included and includes servicing and tyres. Delivery as requested by us for May.
 

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I don't think they'll beat the deals that were going in Sept/Oct '19.

So happy I took the opportunity to get it when I did and ironically lockdown saved me money as I got some more money back (admin fee) and a discounted extension on the lease directly from Arval. got another 18 months left with the car and am hoping the new version of this vehicle is as good as this one to give me a reason to swap rather than just extend the lease.

The Onto deal just isn't good value, unless you are a massive insurance risk, and that disproportionally makes it look cheaper that it would be for many others.
 
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