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Corsa vxr 2015 lease £155.96 a month- £155.96 deposit - 24 months £3,743.04 @ astonvauxhall

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Ok, hopefully this deal won't be pulled for no reason like the last. I missed out on the 208 gti deal recently, but found this. Only 5k but includes road tax and a assistance for the whole term of…
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Has anyone got any interior photos of their car?
Finally got mine today, absolutely love it!
Getting mine Thursday, could pick it up tomorrow but easier to deliver. Been along wait!
Getting mine on 27th. I could collect on the 23rd but it's too far for me to go so I have to wait for the transporter.
I'm going to expire this as the offer has now changed. Still decent but change considerably. Hope everyone enjoys their new vxr's. Certainly enjoying ours!
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Brand New Vauxhall Corsa S 1.0 12v ecoFlex £7,988 Lifetime Warranty @ Aston Vauxhall (Saving £4147) £7,988.00

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I know nobody pays list price for Vauxhall but this seems a great deal. Some of the cheapest brand new Vauxhalls in the UK here.
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oddballjamie
smk77
oddballjamie
As I said hearsay from Google. Btw I don't own a Corsa but are you seriously saying to drive a new car 'like you stole it'?

Few links for you too, I can continue if you wish but I currently have better things to do.

http://www4.mercedes-benz.com/manual-cars/ba/cars/204/en/manual_base.shtml?id=in-depth/d2291e31175.shtml&part=in-depth

http://www.motorcraftservice.com/vdirsnet/OwnerGuide_EU/Default.aspx?bookcode=O21015&market=GB&language=EN&title=2012%20Focus%20-%20B8
(Drivers Hints > Running-in)

http://109.87.33.216/manuals/auto/bmw/275.pdf
Page 108 (random BMW manual but standard page across the range.)

eh? So my links are hearsay but yours aren't? You're mad. I don't drive my 69k miles Mondeo like I stole it. I don't drive hire cars that way either.

This is a Corsa. Not a Focus, BMW or Porsche.

The focus manual. It's a caution. Porsche. It's a hint. That's all. Covering their ****! They'd be listed as warnings if there really was much to it.
You mentioned the AA, wonder why no link?
http://www.theaa.com/motoring_advice/general-advice/running-in-a-new-car.html
That's right, they also agree with me about running in.
Also a quote from the WhatCar article
"It's worth checking your car's handbook to see if there's a specific running-in procedure, though. If you can't find anything in there, ask your supplying dealer if it's necessary." So yes it is hearsay as they are sitting on the fence about it.
Remember earlier when I mentioned the advice of the dealership, that's because they told me to run in my new car when I bought it and keep the revs low.

Whether it's a VW, Vauxhall, Ford, BMW or even a Porsche, whatever they still need a period of running in, not just the engine, also many components of the car.
I still don't understand any point that you are trying to make as you even said yourself "Of course, the manufacturers and dealerships are possibly going to take the cautious approach to cover themselves."

What is your actual point? You don't like new cars? I don't get why you are even posting on this thread.

ok, my first post
I understand (and from quick google, I think I'm right) that new cars don't need running in the same was that they used to...More of a "won't do any harm" bit of advice...

right, AA link.

It used to be absolutely essential to follow rigorous running-in procedures to get the best life and performance out of a new vehicle.

Thanks for confirming that I was right.

My point is clear. If I buy a brand new car and drive it as I would a car that has already passed it's "run in time" then it's not going to cause any damage to it to make it "Poor argument for nearly new".

Of course, if you believe that "hire cars are the fastest cars on the road" then that's up to you. Personally, I treat rental cars carefully. It's an unfamiliar car and I simply want to decrease the chance of any bump to it because I will pay for it! Interesting read here http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/caradvice/honestjohn/7808878/Is-an-ex-rental-a-good-used-car-buy-Honest-John.html.

I've had new cars, nearly new and used. Not had a problem with any of them in nearly 20 years of ownership. I bought my wife a 14 month old Corsa nearly 2 years ago. No problems at all. If she was to px it tomorrow she'd get EXACTLY then same for it as she would had she bought the car brand new. Other family members have bought nearly new and have had no problems. I wonder how much money we've collectively saved?
smk77
oddballjamie
As I said hearsay from Google. Btw I don't own a Corsa but are you seriously saying to drive a new car 'like you stole it'?

Few links for you too, I can continue if you wish but I currently have better things to do.

http://www4.mercedes-benz.com/manual-cars/ba/cars/204/en/manual_base.shtml?id=in-depth/d2291e31175.shtml&part=in-depth

http://www.motorcraftservice.com/vdirsnet/OwnerGuide_EU/Default.aspx?bookcode=O21015&market=GB&language=EN&title=2012%20Focus%20-%20B8
(Drivers Hints > Running-in)

http://109.87.33.216/manuals/auto/bmw/275.pdf
Page 108 (random BMW manual but standard page across the range.)

eh? So my links are hearsay but yours aren't? You're mad. I don't drive my 69k miles Mondeo like I stole it. I don't drive hire cars that way either.

This is a Corsa. Not a Focus, BMW or Porsche.

The focus manual. It's a caution. Porsche. It's a hint. That's all. Covering their ****! They'd be listed as warnings if there really was much to it.
You mentioned the AA, wonder why no link?
http://www.theaa.com/motoring_advice/general-advice/running-in-a-new-car.html
That's right, they also agree with me about running in.
Also a quote from the WhatCar article
"It's worth checking your car's handbook to see if there's a specific running-in procedure, though. If you can't find anything in there, ask your supplying dealer if it's necessary." So yes it is hearsay as they are sitting on the fence about it.
Remember earlier when I mentioned the advice of the dealership, that's because they told me to run in my new car when I bought it and keep the revs low.

Whether it's a VW, Vauxhall, Ford, BMW or even a Porsche, whatever they still need a period of running in, not just the engine, also many components of the car.
I still don't understand any point that you are trying to make as you even said yourself "Of course, the manufacturers and dealerships are possibly going to take the cautious approach to cover themselves."

What is your actual point? You don't like new cars? I don't get why you are even posting on this thread.
oddballjamie
As I said hearsay from Google. Btw I don't own a Corsa but are you seriously saying to drive a new car 'like you stole it'?

Few links for you too, I can continue if you wish but I currently have better things to do.

http://www4.mercedes-benz.com/manual-cars/ba/cars/204/en/manual_base.shtml?id=in-depth/d2291e31175.shtml&part=in-depth

http://www.motorcraftservice.com/vdirsnet/OwnerGuide_EU/Default.aspx?bookcode=O21015&market=GB&language=EN&title=2012%20Focus%20-%20B8
(Drivers Hints > Running-in)

http://109.87.33.216/manuals/auto/bmw/275.pdf
Page 108 (random BMW manual but standard page across the range.)

eh? So my links are hearsay but yours aren't? You're mad. I don't drive my 69k miles Mondeo like I stole it. I don't drive hire cars that way either.

This is a Corsa. Not a Focus, BMW or Porsche.

The focus manual. It's a caution. Porsche. It's a hint. That's all. Covering their ****! They'd be listed as warnings if there really was much to it.
As I said hearsay from Google. Btw I don't own a Corsa but are you seriously saying to drive a new car 'like you stole it'?

Few links for you too, I can continue if you wish but I currently have better things to do.

http://www4.mercedes-benz.com/manual-cars/ba/cars/204/en/manual_base.shtml?id=in-depth/d2291e31175.shtml&part=in-depth

http://www.motorcraftservice.com/vdirsnet/OwnerGuide_EU/Default.aspx?bookcode=O21015&market=GB&language=EN&title=2012%20Focus%20-%20B8
(Drivers Hints > Running-in)

http://109.87.33.216/manuals/auto/bmw/275.pdf
Page 108 (random BMW manual but standard page across the range.)
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