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Ford fiesta ST @ drivethedeal £13,819.60

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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
hi this is a fantastic price for this car . Check out second hand prices ! A real bargin! Good luck! also you get a free style pack . You have to take finance but you can pay off early without penalty
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1 Like #1
Where are you seeing this price? I'm currently looking to get an ST-3 but not seeing this price. Do you have to get the basic ST add style pack and await them to quote this price? TIA
#2
cant find this deal
#3
Has anyone ordered a car from here before?
Just been looking at a Leon cupra 280 dsg £26,100 ;)
#4
Top hot hatch. Has brilliant reviews
#5
bk2384
Where are you seeing this price? I'm currently looking to get an ST-3 but not seeing this price. Do you have to get the basic ST add style pack and await them to quote this price? TIA


Scrap that, just done the above and it gives instant quote. I nearly ordered the Focus ST for £17k when it was on here a few months back.

Heat added.
#6
Ordered an Audi A3 from these guys. No problems, they are just a broker so they pass your order to a main dealer who you then deal direct with. You pay the dealer, not DTD
#7
Good site. ST not my kind of car but there's no arguing with this price.
#8
I can recommend the site. I saved 3k buying my last car. Once I accepted the quote I was put through to a vw main dealer to confirm the spec and order the car.
#9
Nice find! How does this compare to the Peugeot 208 GTI?
#10
price is for base ST with only free options, ST-3 version would be nice though
1 Like #11
123cornwall
Nice find! How does this compare to the Peugeot 208 GTI?

It's much much more reliable and better built.
#12
ryanjustin
price is for base ST with only free options, ST-3 version would be nice though
st3 £15499
#13
It's £850 more expensive if you don't take Ford's finance package and another £300 more if you don't pay by the end of July. That said I'd blow my ISA on this if I didn't have a company car!


Edited By: stuartbaker80 on Jul 09, 2014 21:01
#14
Does anyone know the finance breakdown costs in total?
1 Like #15
208 gti is a fantastic car fast and has lots of extras . It's also more comfortable but goes like a scolded cat!
#16
stuartbaker80
It's £850 more expensive if you don't take Ford's finance package and another £300 more if you don't pay by the end of July. That said I'd blow my ISA on this if I didn't have a company car!

you can pay off finance without penalty . When I did this it cost me very little as I paid first payment then cleared finance .
#17
bowster
208 gti is a fantastic car fast and has lots of extras . It's also more comfortable but goes like a scolded cat!
Thanks l
#18
flybynight
I can recommend the site. I saved 3k buying my last car. Once I accepted the quote I was put through to a vw main dealer to confirm the spec and order the car.

When you say accepted the quote, do you mean you paid a non returnable deposit?
#19
bowster
stuartbaker80
It's £850 more expensive if you don't take Ford's finance package and another £300 more if you don't pay by the end of July. That said I'd blow my ISA on this if I didn't have a company car!

you can pay off finance without penalty . When I did this it cost me very little as I paid first payment then cleared finance .


I was thinking there may be a better finance deal from the banks rather than use Ford credit?
1 Like #20
It's much much more reliable and better built.

****.
#21
Had my st3 for 520 miles and have loved every minute of it, for a quick car it's good on file and cheap tax too.
#22
What does the finance work out at per month over the given period?
#23
abucd4
What does the finance work out at per month over the given period?
If you want to know that you need to take a quote from them. It depends on how much deposit and how long etc good luck
#24
bowster
abucd4
What does the finance work out at per month over the given period?
If you want to know that you need to take a quote from them. It depends on how much deposit and how long etc good luck

Cheers
#25
Nice! Went with a Polo GT as this doesn't come in a DSG-like auto (stupid damaged knee here) otherwise this would have been arguably better / more fun and about £7k cheaper.
#26
muffboy
flybynight
I can recommend the site. I saved 3k buying my last car. Once I accepted the quote I was put through to a vw main dealer to confirm the spec and order the car.

When you say accepted the quote, do you mean you paid a non returnable deposit?

Anyone know how it works with DTD?
#27
heard great things about this car supposed to be excellent
#28
toosmiles
Has anyone ordered a car from here before?
Just been looking at a Leon cupra 280 dsg £26,100 ;)

Yes, I have. Get your price from the
site. Contact them and they will get
the dealer to contact you. You then
sort out with the dealer, pay them
when you collect your car. Your car
will be a UK car from a UK dealer.
!00% great firm, get buying.
#29
ashmac
heard great things about this car supposed to be excellent
It is, especially with the Mountune upgrade (not that it needs it) ;-)
Basically, this is the current hot hatch of choice. It's pretty good value (compared to the competition) at list price, but this is an absolute bargain!
Normally I see something on hukd that I'd quite like and usually end up buying it, but despite desperately wanting one I just can't justify it.:-(
Or can I...
#30
Bad things I would say are clunky gearbox and harsh ride otherwise very quick and handles brilliantly.
1 Like #31
stuartbaker80
bowster
stuartbaker80
It's £850 more expensive if you don't take Ford's finance package and another £300 more if you don't pay by the end of July. That said I'd blow my ISA on this if I didn't have a company car!

you can pay off finance without penalty . When I did this it cost me very little as I paid first payment then cleared finance .

I was thinking there may be a better finance deal from the banks rather than use Ford credit?

You can get a 3.9% loan from Sainsburys.
#32
A friend has the ST-2 and got the Mount tune upgrade for a couple of hundred more. I've been a passenger several times and had a quick drive myself up some A roads - it doesn't half move quickly but for me bodykit aside it's lacking that special something given the amount of bog spec normal Fiestas on the road.
#33
Rich_The_Fish
ashmac
heard great things about this car supposed to be excellent
It is, especially with the Mountune upgrade (not that it needs it) ;-)
Basically, this is the current hot hatch of choice. It's pretty good value (compared to the competition) at list price, but this is an absolute bargain!
Normally I see something on hukd that I'd quite like and usually end up buying it, but despite desperately wanting one I just can't justify it.:-(
Or can I...

C'mon, you know your really want one.
#35
Don't tempt me, I'd really love to (it's probably the only 'sensible' and practical motor that I'd love to own that isn't crazy money). I'm currently running around in a Zetec S (previous version), which is enjoyable but I just crave more power and a decent noise. Regret selling my Ibiza Cupra Sport (GTi) some 8 years ago - had such a blast in that car. It's a pity the missus is just not interested in cars (or endures my whims).
#36
But in this tough test there’s a clear winner – as few cars of any kind can beat the ST for smiles per mile.

Read more: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/ford/fiesta/63923/ford-fiesta-st-vs-208-gti-and-clio-rs#ixzz376XHmtv9
#37
Another +1 for 'Drive The Deal'. I bought a basic i20 through DTD, saved a good amount. They are legit and trustworthy.
Also, vote hot for this deal - £13k for an ST is a bargain.
1 Like #38
muffboy
Anyone know how it works with DTD?
Yes, i bought through them before.

Imagine that you have 10 Ford dealerships in the London area.
Now imagine ringing each of them, every day, to constantly find out which sells the cheapest Fiesta.
Then your mate asks you which dealer sells the cheapest Fiesta - you tell him.
He contacts the dealer, and they sell him the car at the cheapest price in London.

This is basically what DTD (and others) do, they put you in touch with a dealer, which you could do yourself with some leg work.
I believe (dont quote me) that DTD get a small finders fee or something similar.
#39
Hot. Well done
#40
Tempting. How do you get this price? How much is the finance over say 3 or 4 years? Thanks

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