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ANY WEEKEND OR DAY TEST DRIVE DEALS CURRENTLY ON ??

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banned6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
I want to take a car ou on test drive for at least 24 hours. Does anyone any 24hours or more deals which are currently on?
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banned6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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#1
Most respectable dealers will let you but I doubt you'd get it for a weekend as that's their busiest day.

I've test drove 2 mini's a petrol and diesel, both for 24 hours. You are restricted on mileage 50-100 is the most common to stop people thinking it's a freebie car hire service!
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pink_koo
Most respectable dealers will let you but I doubt you'd get it for a weekend as that's their busiest day.

I've test drove 2 mini's a petrol and diesel, both for 24 hours. You are restricted on mileage 50-100 is the most common to stop people thinking it's a freebie car hire service!


lol do you know of any deals?
#3
test drives are free as long as you're looking at buying a car...

Mini, Renault, Peugeot, Volswagen and Audi all do them... but I'd probably do a bit of research on what car you actually want before going in...

I know the Sytner group and Pooleaudi definately allow long test drives. Might be worth noting too that you have to leave your car with them!

Edited By: pink_koo on Aug 07, 2010 13:41: .
#4
Renault did an offer last year for 3 days/weekend free test drive
#5
If you are serious about buying a car most main dealerships should be keen to loan you a test drive for the day. However the insurance excess is usually £250 - £500 so worth looking into if you can tag to your own insurance maybe if it keeps the excess down.

Steve
banned#6
i have sold my car and i am looking to buy a new car, I have no car at the moment, do you reckon that i will be able to geta car out without giving my car?

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