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Just Add Fuel *Fixed Price Motoring* for 3 years from £179.00 pm @ Peugeot

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What is Just Add Fuel?
It is a revolutionary way to drive a new Peugeot. Just Add Fuel includes three years of motor insurance, servicing, roadside assistance, warranty and Road Fund Licence, all included in one monthly cost - you just add the fuel.

There are two ways to enjoy the Just Add Fuel® package:
Either using our Personal Finance Lease programme, where you never have the option to own the vehicle.

Or for the same or similar monthly payment you have the option to own the vehicle at the end of the contract using the Peugeot Just Add Fuel® Passport programme, Representative 10.5% APR.


Which vehicles are eligible for Just Add Fuel?

- 107 excluding Urban Lite
- 207 including SW & CC, excluding Urban
- 308 including SW & CC, excluding Urban & SR
- 508 including SW, excluding SR & GT
- 3008 excluding SR
- 5008 excluding SR


What will I receive when I have taken delivery of my car?

Just Add Fuel welcome letter, including Just Add Fuel membership card. – This will be sent from Peugeot Financial Services.
Motor insurance policy documentation - This will be issued by Peugeot Insurance
Roadside assistance terms and conditions – This will be issued by Car Care Plan
Your Dealer will give you a copy of the finance document.


What type of customers are eligible to take out Just Add Fuel?

Retail customers only.

What happens at the end of a Just Add Fuel contract?

With the Just Add Fuel Passport plan you can:
Pay the amount we anticipate your car will be worth (the anticipated future value) and own your car outright
Hand your car back with nothing further to pay (subject to mileage and condition)
Part exchange your car for a brand new one

With the Just Add Fuel Personal Lease option you can:

Pay the amount we anticipate your car will be worth (the anticipated future value) and continue to drive the car by paying an annual rental equivalent to one of your monthly rentals
Hand your car back with nothing further to pay (subject to mileage and condition)
Part exchange your car for a brand new one
3 Years of Insurance
What happens if the delivery of my car is delayed after the delivery date has been communicated to Peugeot Insurance?

If the car is delayed your Dealer must contact Peugeot Insurance to amend the Peugeot Insurance policy BEFORE the policy start date and advise of the revised delivery date. Failure to do so will mean you will not benefit from a full 36 month insurance cover.

Is it a 3 year policy?

No, you will be issued with 3 x 1 year policies by Peugeot Insurance. This will be sent to you automatically just prior to the anniversary of the policy renewal date, provided that you continue to satisfy the eligibility criteria set out below at the beginning of each new policy year.

Who is eligible for Insurance?

Drivers over 25 (Over 30 for 308 CC 156bhp models) and under 75.
A maximum of 1 motoring conviction in the last 5 years (CU, MW, PC, PL, SP, TS codes only).
Must have a minimum of 2 years No Claims Discount.
A maximum of 1 fault or theft claim per driver in the past 3 years.
All drivers must have a full UK/EU licence for a minimum of 2 years.

Can additional drivers be included on the cover?

Yes, up to a maximum of 3 named drivers are allowed in addition to the policy holder. These named drivers must meet the criteria above.

What is the insurance excess?

£300 - £350 dependent on the vehicle per fault claim

Can I take my car abroad?
Yes, you need to contact Peugeot Insurance. An additional premium may be payable, you should refer to Peugeot Insurance.

Will I earn no claims bonus?
Yes, provided you do not make a claim

Will I lose my current no claims bonus?
No, it is continued rolling cover

What information will I need to have to hand when calling Peugeot Insurance to set up my Peugeot Insurance?

Approved Finance Application Number
The Dealer Code
Full Vehicle details including registration and chassis number
Any motoring convictions / points on licence in last 5 years for all drivers
Any accidents or claims including glass damage in last 3 years for all drivers
Details of no claims bonus held
Agreed collection date for the vehicle



Servicing
What is the service plan?
The service plan covers all the routine servicing requirements based on the annual mileage selected.


Roadside Assistance
What services are provided?
Assistance from home
Roadside Assistance
Recovery
Onward travel
European cover

How does second and third year RFL element of the programme work?

The Dealer will provide you with a cheque to cover the second and third year RFL at the time you take delivery of your car.

What happens if RFL increases in price for the second and third year?

The additional cost would have to be covered by you. However, if the cost reduces then you will benefit.

Warranty
What is the warranty cover?

It is the standard 3 years of manufacturers warranty provided for any new car registration up to 60,000 miles.

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    $ADZ$
    $ADZ$2 years, 11 months ago #1Show comment tools Reply
    Wow this is brilliant! Heat ....
    nobbyogden
    Been advertised on tv for a few weeks.
    KiNG
    KiNG2 years, 11 months ago #3Show comment tools Reply
    £2148 a year, i think not!
    waxxy
    seems like a great deal im paying about £45 a month just for my insurance and if you include the price of a average service/road assistance..etc the car is about £100 a month which is good for a brand new car which you can trade back in for a new car at the end of your lease wth no worrys about devaluation of your cars worth.
    Chet
    Chet2 years, 11 months ago #5Show comment tools Reply
    Seems like a very good deal. Im 26 with 3 years no claims and my last renewal quote on a 10 year old Honda Civic was £850. I owned the car for 3 years, bought it for £3.6k and sold it for £1.5k (c.£700 depreciation per year). Road tax of £140, mot £40, say c.£200 for service + repairs per year on average, £100 for RAC membership per year. Total depreciation and other costs (prior to fuel) = c.£2,030.

    In this deal for £2,148 you get a brand new car for basically the same annual cost per year! And the 207 which is available at this price is not much smaller than my old Honda. Heated
    Darzen
    You've forgotten the initial rental cost which starts at £1533
    simate
    Cold, French cars are rubbish! I bet the anticipated future value they give you is artificially high when in reality it's worth far less.
    mylocalhost
    6,667 miles per annum
    179 x 36 = £6444
    + deposit £1533 Total £7977
    over 36 months =£221.58
    that around £1.19 per mile ---
    get a cab ;)
    mylocalhost
    mylocalhost
    6,667 miles per annum
    179 x 36 = £6444
    + deposit £1533 Total £7977
    over 36 months =£221.58
    that around £1.19 per mile ---
    get a cab ;)


    Sorry plus fuel cost ;(
    wowirock
    Cold, it's clever marketing. Finance payments over a 5 year period would be similar, without the big balloon payment at the end and you would own the car. Tyres, servicing on these cars within the mileage allowance would be minimal as is the RFL and insurance.
    mocmocamoc
    What's the mileage limit though?
    50pEachwayJay
    mocmocamoc
    What's the mileage limit though?


    This 'deal' is rubbish for anyone who drives further than the local corner shop every day.
    6667 miles per year allowance, then a no doubt extortionate excess per extra mile driven on top.

    Who does less than 12k miles a year these days?
    I do at least 15k miles making this deal FREEZING COLD!!!

    Appalling.
    jayok
    50pEachwayJay


    Who does less than 12k miles a year these days?
    I do at least 15k miles making this deal FREEZING COLD!!!

    Appalling.


    I do about 4k miles per year although this deal is definitely not for me

    Edited By: jayok on Aug 25, 2011 08:00
    pghstochaj
    Given that the average is approximately 10-12 k a year, I would estimate that quite a few people do.

    50pEachwayJay
    mocmocamoc
    What's the mileage limit though?


    This 'deal' is rubbish for anyone who drives further than the local corner shop every day.
    6667 miles per year allowance, then a no doubt extortionate excess per extra mile driven on top.

    Who does less than 12k miles a year these days?
    I do at least 15k miles making this deal FREEZING COLD!!!

    Appalling.
    mocmocamoc
    Would question if you're only going to do 6000 miles in a car and at this price, there really is little point in doing this deal. Remember this is a from price so I'm guessing you'd only be getting the very smallest car here, and I'm sure similar cars or better often come on here for about £6 or £7k brand new.

    A loan from Tesco for £7.5k works out at about £230 a month over 3 years, probably cheaper if you shop around from somewhere else. So you'd own a car outright in that same period.
    AnyB
    AnyB2 years, 11 months ago #16Show comment tools Reply
    Hmmm...
    My Suzuki Swift over 3 years £240 a month.
    Plus insurance £420 a year. RFL £125 (I think?). Servicing roughly £99 a year... And I own my car at the end of it...
    And I drive 6000 miles a year. That is all.

    BUT


    I live in a very nice area. My friends insurance (and she is older then me, no claims) is over £500 only because where she lives. Plus she would never be able to buy new car.
    People do just lease cars and then hand them back in. Loose lots of money, but it is about the either massive upfront or balloon payment, they don't have thousands stashed away. I think for people like these this is a bargain. One monthly fixed cost and you have insured car!!

    Not for me, but can see how it could work for someone. Maybe someones first own car? (provided that they have no claims)

    The upfront cost is a bit sneaky though!!! It is not mentioned anywhere, making the deal look better then it is.

    Edited By: AnyB on Aug 25, 2011 09:00
    50pEachwayJay
    pghstochaj
    Given that the average is approximately 10-12 k a year, I would estimate that quite a few people do.

    50pEachwayJay
    mocmocamoc
    What's the mileage limit though?


    This 'deal' is rubbish for anyone who drives further than the local corner shop every day.
    6667 miles per year allowance, then a no doubt extortionate excess per extra mile driven on top.

    Who does less than 12k miles a year these days?
    I do at least 15k miles making this deal FREEZING COLD!!!

    Appalling.



    OK, so is doing 10-12k miles going to cost you a fortune over 3 years, seeing as you are paying (probably circa 6p a mile) over 6667 per annum, OR NOT?!

    This being my point, i hardly think your pedantic reply was worth posting.
    AnyB
    AnyB2 years, 11 months ago #18Show comment tools Reply
    50pEachwayJay
    OK, so is doing 10-12k miles going to cost you a fortune over 3 years, seeing as you are paying (probably circa 6p a mile) over 6667 per annum, OR NOT?!

    This being my point, i hardly think your pedantic reply was worth posting..


    O/K., I don't want to start argument, but he said "average".. Which means that when you take into account that lots of company car drivers for example make 10s of thousands, there must be a lot below 10 000, around the 5000 mark to make the "average".

    Like when they say "average" salary in UK is £25000, but I know hell of a lot who only earn £15k and some who earn £60-100k... That is what makes average.

    This deal is just not for you. You wouldn't get a small Peugeot for that amount of miles anyway, even if it was a good deal (more mileage available), would you?
    pghstochaj
    50pEachwayJay
    pghstochaj
    Given that the average is approximately 10-12 k a year, I would estimate that quite a few people do.

    50pEachwayJay
    mocmocamoc
    What's the mileage limit though?


    This 'deal' is rubbish for anyone who drives further than the local corner shop every day.
    6667 miles per year allowance, then a no doubt extortionate excess per extra mile driven on top.

    Who does less than 12k miles a year these days?
    I do at least 15k miles making this deal FREEZING COLD!!!

    Appalling.



    OK, so is doing 10-12k miles going to cost you a fortune over 3 years, seeing as you are paying (probably circa 6p a mile) over 6667 per annum, OR NOT?!

    This being my point, i hardly think your pedantic reply was worth posting.


    But the target buyer is not somebody doing 10-12 k miles, otherwise it would be a 10-12 k miles offer and cost more than the sale price. Plenty of people do 6.667k or less a year. Even if they do hit 8 k, the difference in cost would only be less than £100.

    Equally, you would be unlikely to take out a lease car agreement if the mileage limit was 12k, as you said you do 15k.
    alternate
    6k a year is plenty for a second car - for commuting and the shopping trip. Not sure about this deal - have not read in to it - but my parents have always leased their cars and done very well out of it.

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