Fiat Fullback Diesel 2.4 180hp LX Double Cab Pick Up LCV £6069.60+VAT Business Contract Hire (business users ONLY) 9+23 8k mpa £180.30+vat (£1,622.70+vat Initial Rental) £300+vat booking fee - vehicles for business - HotUKDeals
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Fiat Fullback Diesel 2.4 180hp LX Double Cab Pick Up LCV £6,069.60+VAT Business Contract Hire (business users ONLY) 9+23 8k mpa £180.30+vat (£1,622.70+vat Initial Rental) £300+vat booking fee - vehicles for business

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Apologies I know you guys like the total to be worked out but I have no idea how to do it. Seen a poster on fb this morning on their page for what seems like a cheap deal after comparing it on contrac… Read More
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Apologies I know you guys like the total to be worked out but I have no idea how to do it. Seen a poster on fb this morning on their page for what seems like a cheap deal after comparing it on contracthireandleasing website so thought id share.

9 payments of £180.30+vat with an initial rental of £1,622.70+vat 8k mpa miles on this perticular deal. Also £300+vat booking fee with this deal. Business users only.
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#1
8000 mpa and add VAT to all figures
#2
thank you appreciate the help, have amended the topic as suggested.
#3
diseasel and 8k a year :/
1 Like #4
J1135
diseasel and 8k a year :/
Good for environment :P as for the 8k I imagine it will be available on other mileages, at an increased cost of course.
#5
and 'business users only.'
#6
Basically a new generation Mitsubishi L200. Nice motor.
#7
but its a fiat....
2 Likes #8
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
#9
are these not the same the new Isuzu?
#10
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)


wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
1 Like #11
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story

Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?
1 Like #12
Oh you forgot the Mercedes sprinters tribute to lancia. You can hear it rusting when it rains
1 Like #13
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?

Well said Jim. Live in wet Swansea wales and Have had fiat and alfas all my life and never suffered from tin worm
#14
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story

Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?


my point was that they tried to ignore their customers and said there wasn't a problem. they only accepted it was a problem when watchdog got involved. there is the added fact that fiats are **** though.
#15
welsh ham
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?
Well said Jim. Live in wet Swansea wales and Have had fiat and alfas all my life and never suffered from tin worm
Ah! So the answer to stopping rust is keep them wet! Thanks for your advice.
#16
happychappy
welsh ham
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?
Well said Jim. Live in wet Swansea wales and Have had fiat and alfas all my life and never suffered from tin worm
Ah! So the answer to stopping rust is keep them wet! Thanks for your advice.

Have you actually owned a fiat?
1 Like #17
I'm yet to own any brand of car that didn't need work of some sort at least occasionally. And new cars suffer from recalls all the time - regardless of make. Just have a look at the gov.uk recall site.

https://www.gov.uk/check-if-a-vehicle-has-been-recalled

They have parts that move...thousands of them. That means they go wrong.

If you want a vehicle that is near indestructible, doesn't rust and rarely breaks down you should duct tape a brick to a roller skate.
#18
welsh ham
happychappy
welsh ham
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?
Well said Jim. Live in wet Swansea wales and Have had fiat and alfas all my life and never suffered from tin worm
Ah! So the answer to stopping rust is keep them wet! Thanks for your advice.
Have you actually owned a fiat?
I have owned 12 since the 1980's onwards until my final purchase in 2012. Never again. Build quality shocking. I could write a book about FIAT (FIX IT AGAIN TONY, FIX IT AGAIN TOMORROW). Absolute ****.
I can list them all if you like.
#19
worthinger
I'm yet to own any brand of car that didn't need work of some sort at least occasionally. And new cars suffer from recalls all the time - regardless of make. Just have a look at the gov.uk recall site.

https://www.gov.uk/check-if-a-vehicle-has-been-recalled

They have parts that move...thousands of them. That means they go wrong.

If you want a vehicle that is near indestructible, doesn't rust and rarely breaks down you should duct tape a brick to a roller skate.


and where do you sit ?
#20
TheUrbis
Basically a new generation Mitsubishi L200. Nice motor.


was going to say is it based om he L200
#21
worthinger
I'm yet to own any brand of car that didn't need work of some sort at least occasionally. And new cars suffer from recalls all the time - regardless of make. Just have a look at the gov.uk recall site.

https://www.gov.uk/check-if-a-vehicle-has-been-recalled

They have parts that move...thousands of them. That means they go wrong.

If you want a vehicle that is near indestructible, doesn't rust and rarely breaks down you should duct tape a brick to a roller skate.


What amazes me, is that after half a century of making perfectly good working brakes or other parts, some manufacturers, all of a sudden forget how to do it right.
#22
Zontes
welsh ham
happychappy
welsh ham
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO




but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it


being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?
Well said Jim. Live in wet Swansea wales and Have had fiat and alfas all my life and never suffered from tin worm
Ah! So the answer to stopping rust is keep them wet! Thanks for your advice.
Have you actually owned a fiat?
I have owned 12 since the 1980's onwards until my final purchase in 2012. Never again. Build quality shocking. I could write a book about FIAT (FIX IT AGAIN TONY, FIX IT AGAIN TOMORROW). Absolute ****.
I can list them all if you like.

Zontes
welsh ham
happychappy
welsh ham
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?
Well said Jim. Live in wet Swansea wales and Have had fiat and alfas all my life and never suffered from tin worm
Ah! So the answer to stopping rust is keep them wet! Thanks for your advice.
Have you actually owned a fiat?
I have owned 12 since the 1980's onwards until my final purchase in 2012. Never again. Build quality shocking. I could write a book about FIAT (FIX IT AGAIN TONY, FIX IT AGAIN TOMORROW). Absolute ****.
I can list them all if you like.
Surprised as. We have had nine fiats and are currently on our 6th ALFA and the only real problem has been the dealers who are useless. But fortunately there are some good ALFA indys out there.
#23
welsh ham
Zontes
welsh ham
happychappy
welsh ham
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO

but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it
being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?
Well said Jim. Live in wet Swansea wales and Have had fiat and alfas all my life and never suffered from tin worm
Ah! So the answer to stopping rust is keep them wet! Thanks for your advice.
Have you actually owned a fiat?
I have owned 12 since the 1980's onwards until my final purchase in 2012. Never again. Build quality shocking. I could write a book about FIAT (FIX IT AGAIN TONY, FIX IT AGAIN TOMORROW). Absolute ****.
I can list them all if you like.
Zontes
welsh ham
happychappy
welsh ham
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?
Well said Jim. Live in wet Swansea wales and Have had fiat and alfas all my life and never suffered from tin worm
Ah! So the answer to stopping rust is keep them wet! Thanks for your advice.
Have you actually owned a fiat?
I have owned 12 since the 1980's onwards until my final purchase in 2012. Never again. Build quality shocking. I could write a book about FIAT (FIX IT AGAIN TONY, FIX IT AGAIN TOMORROW). Absolute ****.
I can list them all if you like.
Surprised as. We have had nine fiats and are currently on our 6th ALFA and the only real problem has been the dealers who are useless. But fortunately there are some good ALFA indys out there.
Really pleased that you have had good fortune. I forgot to mention the dealer network, absolutely laughable. One of my Fiat purchases lasted all of two days. The dealer made such a **** up, the car had to be returned or legal action would have followed. Honestly, I take no great pleasure in slagging off Fiat as they design lovely cars, unfortunately building them is a problem, for me anyway. My favourite two cars were both Fiats. The 500, the last Fiat we bought was a design icon, but almost killed my wife. My previous Fiat to that was a Grande Punto Multijet Sporting. 1.9 diesel that went like stink, and great fuel economy. Alas, Fiat no more as my wife has threatened to have me sectioned as insane if I buy another one!
#24
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
You are negative, this is not Fiat 500 and in any case you are misleading people with old news from 2014 without catching up on fixed news in Jan 2015 and now we are Nov 2016. One year and 10 months you are still negatively burnt in your head and try to put off people with old news.
#25
splender
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
You are negative, this is not Fiat 500 and in any case you are misleading people with old news from 2014 without catching up on fixed news in Jan 2015 and now we are Nov 2016. One year and 10 months you are still negatively burnt in your head and try to put off people with old news.


wow. do you have photos of fiats all over your walls with candles lit. you should get a girlfriend mate and occupy your time a little better. obviously you drive a fiat and arn't prepared to hear negative comments on the pretty girly cars
#26
welsh ham
happychappy
welsh ham
jimswansea
nick140773
welsh ham
MRGRINGO
but its a fiat....
what is wrong with it being a fiat? (Waits for people still stuck in the 70,s and 80,s)
wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story
Yes but it was a certain engine and it was sorted with an ECU update.
Perhaps nobody should buy Vauxhalls because the Zafira and Corsa catch fire or Toyota because of brake problems, or BMW for wiring and ECU issues, or do I need to go on?
Well said Jim. Live in wet Swansea wales and Have had fiat and alfas all my life and never suffered from tin worm
Ah! So the answer to stopping rust is keep them wet! Thanks for your advice.
Have you actually owned a fiat?
No, I've always bought a car!

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