Brand New Ford Fiesta 1.25 Zetec 3 Door RRP £13534 - £9881.20 Saving £3653.80! @ DriveTheDeal - HotUKDeals
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Brand New Ford Fiesta 1.25 Zetec 3 Door RRP £13534 - £9881.20 Saving £3653.80! @ DriveTheDeal

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'All vehicles are supplied by UK main dealers. You pay the dealer on delivery of your car.

All quotes include 12 months Road Tax, a 3 year manufacturer warranty, and free delivery anywhere in England.

Extra Information
NOTE: ALL FORD FIESTA MODELS ORDERED WITH US WILL BE SUPPLIED BRAND NEW. YOU WILL BE THE FIRST REGISTERED KEEPER. SOME COMPANIES ARE OFFERING PRE-REGISTERED CARS. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU DO NOT BUY ONE. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO TELEPHONE US TO DISCUSS THIS IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO FIND OUT WHY. TEL 020 8446 0800.

Ford are offering the following finance deals (excluding Studio model):
1. 4.9% APR Finance on Options (PCP) over 24 months, or 4.9% APR on Options Cashplan over 12 & 24 months.
2. 7.9% APR Finance on Options (PCP) over 30 & 36 months, or 7.9% APR on Options Cashplan over 36 months.
3. 8.9% APR Finance on Acquire (Hire Purchase) over 24 - 48 months.
The dealer we put you in touch with can arrange this for you if you would like it.

On the Fiesta Zetec and Zetec S models, Ford is promoting free Bluetooth with USB, however, we are giving you the money instead, as an extra discount already. If you wish to buy Bluetooth with USB it will cost you £180.

Our prices are for cars ordered between 1 May and 30 June 2010.'

Spec. for Zetec includes -
* Home safe headlights
* AUX socket
* MP3 CD player
* Air con
* Body coloured heated wing mirrors
* ESP (electronic stability programme)
* 15" alloys
* Front fog lamps
* Leather trimmed steering wheel
* Trip computer
* Heated front windscreen (unique to Ford at present)
* Ambient lighting (submarine lighting)
* Remote central locking

Thanks too 'thesilverfox' for spec info
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#1
Bought my latest car from them.
Wonderful firm to deal with and
no problems at all. Saved over
£1000 off lowest dealer quote.
#2
I test drove one of these back in March. I actually went for the Mazda 2 tamura in the end, but this is a genuinely good car. I cant remember the exact kit you get with this car, but I remember the spec being quite good
1 Like #3
1.25 is VERY underpowered in this car
banned#4
Just out of interest, I wonder if the muppets hotting up this 'deal' are aware that the 1.25 Fiesta was cited in the motoring press as this years No.1 price-buster, having had a list price increase of THIRTY TWO per-cent over the last 12 months... Ford cars aint that bad really, but Ford themselves are genuinely the scum of the earth.
#5
As said above, 1.25 in a car which weighs as much as this will be fairly sluggish.
#6
Nice car, but what a lot of money for what should be £8k. For that money you can buy some much more.... Jezzzz...Also 30% increase in list price...WTF!
suspended#7
Partypooper
1.25 is VERY underpowered in this car


+1
You could probably overtake a tractor, but that's about it.
#8
Sure is no family car with that engine, but being the Zetec trim I think it's likely this will be the 82ps version so little quicker than standard one (around 20 more horsepower I believe). Taking into account the decent economy this gives out, it makes for a nice little city car but as mentioned this isn't really a deal for everyone.
#9
Please buy one, it pays my wages.
#10
WasBeen
Please buy one, it pays my wages.


Then burn it, that then pays mine...lol
#11
Just echoing what others have said....the 1.25 is ok for commuting, but after driving the 1.4 that is a lot better
#12
Nice - ramp the RRP and then provide a massive discount to make people think they are getting a deal
banned#13
P.E
Nice - ramp the RRP and then provide a massive discount to make people think they are getting a deal


That would be bad enough but combine that with the scrappage c*ckup and you have the equivalent of going into your Ford dealer and offering him a grand to take your old car off you...
#14
P.E
Nice - ramp the RRP and then provide a massive discount to make people think they are getting a deal


Ford has been doing this for years. If anyone pays list price for a Ford (unless it's a special edition ST) you're mad :)

They did at least recently cut Mondeo, Galaxy and S Max prices, and decrease discounts, which benefit company car drivers in terms of tax they have to pay (this is why you have the weird situation with the list price of a Focus being more than Mondeo: http://www.ford.co.uk/Cars
#15
I had a 1.4 TDCI fiesta on holiday as a hire car and was really impressed by it. Way better than the brand new Megane I had on my next holiday.

Good price.
#16
My friend bought one of these while the scrappage was going on, but on finance, and was the same kind of money as this deal. In comparison, I paid over £2500 less for a Clio 1.2 Extreme [AC] (both of us scrapped an old banger). Similar underpowered cars, I think mine is a bit taller, but over three years they're both going to take a big hit on depreciation, so can't see the point in forking out £2500 extra when it's all going to go down the drain anyway.

Good deal at the minute I suppose, but as others have said it's scandalous how much Ford have upped the list price over the last 12 months.
#17
For what it is seems stupidy expensive. Would ratrher have a 1 - 2 year old VW personaly, bigger car, better spec., much better quality.
#18
Yep, Ford put their prices up a lot ... and guess what? They still sold by the bucket-load. Fiesta was lat year's top selling car, followed by the Focus (http://uk.cars.yahoo.com/06022009/36/t/uk-s-top-10-best-selling-cars-0.html).

So rather than blame Ford, blame the people who've bought them, eh? :lol:
#19
alera
For what it is seems stupidy expensive. Would ratrher have a 1 - 2 year old VW personaly, bigger car, better spec., much better quality.


Like for like though, you could get a 1-2 year old Fiesta and get even better value, right? It'd certainly be cheaper than the equivalent VAG, which hold their value.
#20
Brilliant car, I'm very happy with my MK7 and would happily recommend one :)
#21
£13,500 for a 1.25 fiesta!!! Bloody hell!!
#22
i think you are all missing the point,the fiesta is one of the biggest selling cars in its class, thats a fact,fords rrp have always been irrelevant due to huge numbers available,its up to buyer to get the best price hence using a broker like this,if you dont like them then buy something else ,if you can buy cheaper then post the link
#23
alera
For what it is seems stupidy expensive. Would ratrher have a 1 - 2 year old VW personaly, bigger car, better spec., much better quality.


A 2 year old VW which would be one year away from an MOT and full service? Sounds pricey to me
#24
was thinking the same, i have a 1.4 astra and that is pants. this would i imagine be even worse.
#25
rickj
i think you are all missing the point,the fiesta is one of the biggest selling cars in its class, thats a fact,fords rrp have always been irrelevant due to huge numbers available,its up to buyer to get the best price hence using a broker like this,if you dont like them then buy something else ,if you can buy cheaper then post the link


I tend to agree. Some, will find this price attractive, as it is one of the cheapest for quite a good quality car
#26
Really like my Fiesta Style 1.25. Bought a new '09 reg in March last year for a pound under 8 grand from a local Ford garage and very pleased with it. The 3-door is definitely the sleeker, better-looking Fiesta while the 1.25 engine is actually a peppy little thing. I get an average 45 mpg out of mine doing mostly motorway driving. By the time we ordered a new '59 Ford Ka for the missus in July under the scrappage scheme, there had been 2 Ford price hikes in the interim 3 months and they were due to raise the prices again at the end of July so-say to do with the poor Euro/Pound exchange rate. In total there were 4 price rises in 2009 alone so the price of the Zetec in this deal is pretty competitive.
#27
tickedon
Ford has been doing this for years. If anyone pays list price for a Ford (unless it's a special edition ST) you're mad :)http://www.ford.co.uk/Cars


I've just ordered an ST today using drive the deal, their discounts are pretty impressive... over £6000 off list and about a grand cheaper than the best price I could find through a dealer.

I've also found out that they accept Ford privilege (employee discount scheme) with drive the deal orders which gives eligible people an even bigger discount. :)
#28
P.E
Nice - ramp the RRP and then provide a massive discount to make people think they are getting a deal

Don't tell Argos - they think they invented that ruse!
#29
avfc456
A 2 year old VW which would be one year away from an MOT and full service? Sounds pricey to me


You have never owned a VW
#30
To me this is a daft price, you can get a nice spec 1 year old Passat for around £11k - £12k.

This seems very very expensive for near enough a base model on one of their smallest cars.

A friend picked up a 3 year olf Vw golf 1.6 for £5 k from a vw dealer last year with 20,000 miles on the clock mint condition 12 months warranty had its service and mot. They also gave him £1500 for his old banger that was actually worth around £500 on a private sale.

As other people said this seems too little discount on what is overpriced to start of with. I got a 40% discount on the list price of a brand new VW in January, pre reg in Nov 09 1 mile on the clock it had basically been sat in a dealership show room for 2 months. There are good deals on new cars if you put some leg work in. This looks like a 40% discount but all they have done is added 40% onto the price should be to start with so no discount at all basically.#

Given the choice I would personally have my mates 3 year old mint golf for half the price over this.
#31
alera
To me this is a daft price, you can get a nice spec 1 year old Passat for around £11k - £12k.

This seems very very expensive for near enough a base model on one of their smallest cars.

A friend picked up a 3 year olf Vw golf 1.6 for £5 k from a vw dealer last year with 20,000 miles on the clock mint condition 12 months warranty had its service and mot. They also gave him £1500 for his old banger that was actually worth around £500 on a private sale.

As other people said this seems too little discount on what is overpriced to start of with. I got a 40% discount on the list price of a brand new VW in January, pre reg in Nov 09 1 mile on the clock it had basically been sat in a dealership show room for 2 months. There are good deals on new cars if you put some leg work in. This looks like a 40% discount but all they have done is added 40% onto the price should be to start with so no discount at all basically.#

Given the choice I would personally have my mates 3 year old mint golf for half the price over this.


I wholly understand what you are saying - and to an extent I agree (though the Passat example seems rather cheap) - but this is for a new car and the Zetec trim isn't near the bottom - it's almost right in the middle and is the most common of all Ford sepcs out there across all models, due to value for money.

Only the Titanium/Zetec S trims are higher.

I would never buy a new car. Plenty would, and I am glad - else how would I ever get my 1-2 year old car? :lol:

If you can point us towards 3 year old 20k mile Golfs for £5k, you have yourself an extremely hot deal. My Focus 1.8 diesel Titanium is 3 years old with 43k miles and is valued privately at around £8k, so that petrol Golf at £5k seems to be the exception rather than the mean.
#32
He was lucky, very lucky. He bought at the right time right near their year, they basically moved it on at cost, I still thought it was a stupidly good deal from a VW main dealer.

Things to consider, it was a 1.6s so basic spec and obviously petrol engines are getting less desirerable. Still does near enough 40mpg ! Also previous model.

Anyway I still think £10k is alot for a fiesta with their smallest engine and no options.
#33
alera
He was lucky, very lucky. He bought at the right time right near their year, they basically moved it on at cost, I still thought it was a stupidly good deal from a VW main dealer.

Things to consider, it was a 1.6s so basic spec and obviously petrol engines are getting less desirerable. Still does near enough 40mpg ! Also previous model.

Anyway I still think £10k is alot for a fiesta with their smallest engine and no options.


Precisely - your man was in the right place at the right time - as was I with my Focus. To build it new with the spec was £24k (!) and 12k miles on the clock after 16 months ... I got it for just over £10k. Definitely exception to the rule again :)

As for the Fiesta, yeah, the 1.25 isn't all that powerful, but it's not meant to be. A low insurance group makes it an affordable car and good economy too - a perfect town car. I had a MKIV 1.25 Fiesta for 4 years and it was certainly not quick, but not underpowered at all. I've driven the current shape 1.25 as well, and it's definitely quicker and more spritely than my MKIV ever was.

The Fiesta Zetec, smack-bang in the middle of the range line-up, includes the following which are often options on other specs and other cars like the Polo, Ibiza, Corsa etc:

* Home safe headlights
* AUX socket
* MP3 CD player
* Air con
* Body coloured heated wing mirrors
* ESP (electronic stability programme)
* 15" alloys
* Front fog lamps
* Leather trimmed steering wheel
* Trip computer
* Heated front windscreen (unique to Ford at present)
* Ambient lighting (submarine lighting)
* Remote central locking


Not exactly sparse :)
#34
damnstudents
You have never owned a VW


Correct :thumbsup:

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