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My Son is learning to drive through BSM in a Fiat 500 (very nice)

Anyway, whe he passes he can get a voucher for £500 off a Fiat 500 or other free options for other cars in the range.

Having looked earler in the year at the 500 I know they dont discount so if you are learning its not a bad deal:

Fiat is excited to team up with the UKs most trusted driving school, BSM. The Fiat 500 is fast becoming the flagship in BSMs nationwide fleet. A 5* Euro NCAP safety rating, easy manoeuvrability, great driver visibility and fantastic environmental credentials make the Fiat 500 the perfect car to learn in.
To celebrate our partnership and give you something to smile about, were giving BSM students a loyalty voucher worth £500 off a brand new Fiat 500 or optional extras for a range of other Fiat models including the Panda, Bravo and Qubo
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#1
I'd love to see a 17 year old be A) Able to afford a brand new Fiat 500 and then B) Insure it - It's not powerful no, but some reason which is beyond my capabilities of reasoning, they are "desirable"
#2
you'd prob negotiate a better deal for the car without a voucher!!
#3
what 17yr old can afford £8700 ! never mind the insurance etc ....

unless of course he's the son of a bamker !!! * cough*
#4
mrcareful
you'd prob negotiate a better deal for the car without a voucher!!


Good luck getting money off a 500
#5
mikbish
what 17yr old can afford £8700 ! never mind the insurance etc ....

unless of course he's the son of a bamker !!! * cough*


Not everyone learning is 17 - my wife didn't learn until she was 27

The 500 is a good bet for a first car as it has 5 star Ncap and insurance group 2 for 1.2 (that we looked at earlier in the year)
#6
mikbish
what 17yr old can afford £8700 ! never mind the insurance etc ....

unless of course he's the son of a bamker !!! * cough*


who says a learner driver has to be 17?

my lass just passed this year and she's 25 now, would have been a great deal for her, and as the man says, fiat 500's are hard to negotiate on, good deal as far as I can tell :)

Heat from me
#7
I was looking at one of these for my 18th but i decided upon a clio.

If this was for a daughter then go for it, however if this is for a son, ask him before! It is what is considered a 'gay man's car' and when you see it you will see why.
#8
so glad im a disabled driver, all i pay is £45 per week and that gets me a brand new car (got the new fiesta), breakdown cover, insurance, any repairs covered and free tyres for 3 years then i get to pick another car then.

i learnt to drive with BSM, the driving instructor was great. Looks like they have changed the discount you get, when i was learning you could get a discount of £200 for a Corsa.
#9
The OP didn't say if the voucher could be used in addition to any other offers, i.e. the scrappage scheme. You can't get a discount on these so £2K scrappage and another £500 is awesome. These now hold ther money better than the Mini so not a bad buy at all, if you like them obviously.
#10
Retro89
so glad im a disabled driver, all i pay is £45 per week and that gets me a brand new car (got the new fiesta), breakdown cover, insurance, any repairs covered and free tyres for 3 years then i get to pick another car then.

i learnt to drive with BSM, the driving instructor was great. Looks like they have changed the discount you get, when i was learning you could get a discount of £200 for a Corsa.


Wow, lucky you.
#11
How many young ppl want to be seen in a Fiat 500? (it was released as a Lady's car in the '60)
#12
I think you will find many people would like to be seen in one, try Felipe Massa, Michael Schumacher, many motoring journalists, and the list can go on and on.
#13
I think with driving lessons, the best recommendation is word of mouth.

With a decent independent instructor, there's every chance you may save over this in lessons and failed tests alone!

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