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Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE Business 5dr DCT Automatic [Sat Nav] 24 month lease, 8k miles £4,735.00 @ Motor depot

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£4735.00 @ Motor Depot
Looks like a very good deal for an auto which is rare. 8000 miles a year, 24 months £250 deposit, £195 a month. I calculate that to be £4735 excluding any fees they may charge As with any ca… Read More
Looks like a very good deal for an auto which is rare. 8000 miles a year, 24 months £250 deposit, £195 a month. I calculate that to be £4735 excluding any fees they may charge As with any ca…
united4eva Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago14 Comments
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This is a good price. Shame its not available at this price on PCP. It's dramatically higher direct from Infiniti!
Cactus C4 Deal ending next week so I've just hopped on to this deal. 3 years and 10,000. Very happy. Thanks OP
bhaisab
Hope I don't get called stupid.... Lazy yes
Does it come with reverse/parking sensors?

Driver Convenience
Bluetooth telephone connectivity Cruise control + speed limiter Door/boot open warning light Drive mode selector Eco mode Exterior temperature gauge Front assistant collision mitigation Hill hold assist InTouch system Lane departure warning system Low fuel level warning light Oil level gauge Push button starter Rear parking sensor Rev counter Service interval indicator Speed sensitive power steering Touchscreen colour Satellite Navigation Trip computer Voice control system
Hope I don't get called stupid.... Lazy yes

Does it come with reverse/parking sensors?
A13
Is the car yours to keep at the end of the 24 month period, like a mobile phone contract?

For clarity, this is a leasing contract. When you lease, you don't own squat.
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Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE 2 year lease with 8k miles. £4,546 at Motordepot £4,546.00

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£4546.00 @ Motor Depot
I spent ages looking for a good value lease, as soon as I give in and buy an older car this pops up in my facebook feed! Best price lease I've seen for a while and seems a good car. £8,000 miles, c… Read More
I spent ages looking for a good value lease, as soon as I give in and buy an older car this pops up in my facebook feed! Best price lease I've seen for a while and seems a good car. £8,000 miles, c…
mooneyme Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago142 Comments
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Says they're sold out now
Good news, nothing for me yet. I hope they do not tell me the 01/06/17 I get married that day!
I have taken this car via nationwide........it has had a few problems but going to a dealer to have the issues resolved...a bot of trim came off, rear spoiler not aligned properly and stop start not working.....taking that into account ,i can say the engine is not very gutsy but its adequate in my opinion. car looks good i have it in white....but in my opinion the liquid copper colour is fantastic but i think you need to pay extra....One of the few cars on the market where you can see the bonnet when you are driving . The hand brake take a little time to get the hang of as i think its in awkward place, but its like a Merc in the area. Enqine is low on noise when cruising but you can hear the deisel when pulling away from standing position, but its not to noisy. No DAB in my car which is a little annoying but not a deal breaker in my case. Its nice to drive , and it turns heads as you dont see many on the road. beware not that many dealers so check out your nearest before you lease for servicing. I think its a good deal but i think the nation wide deal was a little better when i got my car about a month ago. I also to out gap insurance
Just had a phone call from them! All paperwork is approved and delivery is arranged for 1st June. I did ask if I could get it quicker if I came and picked it up but they said the cars are still with Infiniti and won't be there till that date. When I originally rang up and ordered the guy told me that the cars were ready and parked out the back! Still, at least I've got a definite date to look forward to
F1Lewis85
They have now told me it is a 10 day delay.
I got my paperwork and reg two weeks ago today. Filled it all out and returned it next day so they've now had it 13 days. This 10 day delay should have passed 3 days ago for me!
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Ford Focus 1.5 TDCi (120) Titanium Navigation 5dr 2 Year Lease: £4,522.00 @ Motor Depot

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£4522.00 @ Motor Depot
Motordepot continuing to offer well priced lease cars Now have a Ford Focus available @: £178 a month (24 months) £250 Deposit 8000 miles Total £4522 Pretty good for those after this ca… Read More
Motordepot continuing to offer well priced lease cars Now have a Ford Focus available @: £178 a month (24 months) £250 Deposit 8000 miles Total £4522 Pretty good for those after this ca…
Adao Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago74 Comments
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My daughters chap ordered one.....
He called them and got £170 on a 24 month plan plus £250 initial payment delivered tomorrow. (I think) VED included for first year.

Still not bad at £4330 (24 * £170 + £250)
Has anyone ordered one of these?

Called them and they say they dont do £178 on a 24 month plan, only 48 months.

Still not bad at £4834 (24 * £191 + £250)
Has anyone ordered one of these?

Called them and they say they dont do £178 on a 24 month plan, only 48 months.

Still not bad at £4834 (24 * £191 + £250)
Has anyone ordered one of these?

Called them and they say they dont do £178 on a 24 month plan, only 48 months.

Still not bad at £4834 (24 * £191 + £250)
Hibbers1
Guzzle
Apologies if I touched a nerve, but there's no need to be defensive.
You said my calculation process was nonsense and then tell me not to reply? Why not just ignore my post and not reply yourself?
If you read my post again, you will see that I suggested to use the trade in value as residual value rather than the screen price. There are websites out there where you can get an approximate trade in value for cars if you are prepared to look, such as Capconnect, Parkers Guide and even Autotrader. These figures aren't set in stone, they are a guide. You do not need to know what the dealers mark-up is as it will be irrelevant after you sell your vehicle, but you cannot pretend the dealer won't want to make a profit on it unless you think car salesmen are charity volunteers.
As for discounts, yes, you are correct you cannot currently get a £6k discount on a brand new Cactus. But you can get £3k discounts which you didn't seem to be aware of, and you can also get £6k discounts on other new cars including the one mentioned in the original post of this thread. That car has a trade in price after 2 years of around £9.5 to £10k, whereas the forecourt price will start from around £11k upwards.
If you take the potential £6k difference at the front end of the purchase and £1.5k difference at sale time then using your methodology you would have overestimated the cost of purchasing the Focus by upto £4.5k.
So effectively where we get to is that you are a troll with nothing of any purpose to do in life & you probably do not even own or drive a car! - ffs you can not get a 'trade in' value on a brand new vehicle so where do you get the valuation figure from to calculate anything! - If you think I do not know how to haggle for a deal then you really are the cretin I think you are and don't think you can tell me what I am or not aware of! - These threads get hijacked by idiots like you and your very unreal calculations and spurious comments based on nada and no lease deal of your own to compare I suspect. My deal is excellent, shows it works and how much you can save if you get the right deal - end of - goodbye filtered for ever thank god!

Brilliant.

Personal insults? Second guessing my personal circumstances and whether or not I have a car? And people that disagree with you over something are trolls?

Good argument, well done. Sadly no facts, just more inaccurate guessing.

You may not be able to get a trade in value on a brand new vehicle, but you can get a trade in value on the same car at 2 years old, or however long the lease period is. It's not that difficult. Like I said in my last post these can be used as a guide to see what your car would be worth at the end of a lease term to aid decision making before you part with your cash.

If you don't appreciate my perspective on lease deals that's perfectly fine. It's a free country and you can just put me on ignore, which thankfully as now you have done so there won't be any more replies from you to my posts.
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Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE 5dr [Business Pack with Sat Nav] 2 Year Lease 8k Miles: £4,786.00 motordepot

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Another pretty good lease price. Option for either Malbec Black or Moonlight White. Been watching the price for this vehicle for some time now as there has been plenty of deals recently! Seems a… Read More
Another pretty good lease price. Option for either Malbec Black or Moonlight White. Been watching the price for this vehicle for some time now as there has been plenty of deals recently! Seems a…
Adao Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago70 Comments
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demansquith
Thanks for the info,very useful indeed....i will be taking the q30 in a few weeks and it good to hear your advise. i will take out the gap insurance and also make sure my insurance know the car is a lease. the knocks scratches and dents have played on my mind a little as its my first time, but i liked the car and even after the reviews from wanna be jezzas and real jezzas ,i think the car is ok and the lease deal was a fair one. i feel a little better after reading your guidance, so thanks again for writing this, it is appreciated by the serious leasers who are taking the plunge. hope you have a good Easter!
Hibbers1
Love Fishmasters comments, about time someone just told it the way it is. My example of my own personal lease deal is as follows and shows exactly how it should be looked @ & set up;-
1) You need to arrange Motor Insurance it is not included.
2) You will need 'personal lease' GAP Insurance (be careful here as there are several styles of GAP cover) unless you can get a muppet from an Insurance Co. to PUT IN WRITING that the Policy would provide a new vehicle if written off or stolen and is less than 12 months old, even then you need to factor in GAP cover after this 12 month period so may as well do it in the first place. I am insured with DL and their wording is specific i.e. YOU must be the first registered keeper. With personal leasing the owner & keeper are noted as the leasing firm (who are probably the makers in most cases) and not YOU, you will not get any ownership documents - Also If you do not make the ownership and registered keeper clear to your Insurer you could give them wriggle room in the event of a claim and why would you want that kind of grief?.
3) Breakdown Cover - This is normally included but check - It is a handy saving if included and does what you need it to do - Note they rarely if ever include overseas cover i.e. holiday trips to Europe .
4) Vehicle Tax - Is included for the duration of the lease period, this is also a handy saving in view of the new charges effective 01/04/2017.
5) Mileage - Choose carefully, go over the chosen/specified number and an excess charge per mile will apply however to be obtuse sometimes this can work in your favour! - Some deals limit the amount of extras miles you can do - check the T&C's carefully.
6) Maintenance is rarely included on a personal lease quotation but is normally available as an optional extra - Do the maths based on your mileage/servicing costs/tyre requirements etc. If you opt not to take Maintenance Cover factor in the cost of each Annual Service as these are always more than you think for a new car as you have to use a main dealer & not the garage next door! - My previous Citroen cost the best part of £200 for its annual service. Also note that with a new vehicle you are likely to get several recalls throughout the year for software upgrades/crap build bit replacements - They are free but can be a pain timewise if you get several throughout the year! - I personally choose not to take maintenance as the costs are always factored in on the high side by the lease firms for obvious reasons and take the view that if I owned the vehicle I would have to have it serviced anyway and the warranty rules for a new vehicle state you must use an approved dealer.
7) At the end of the lease period the vehicle is returned, you do not own it. Some will ask if you wish to buy. Don’t, would be my advice, as the offer is always higher than you can go buy a similar vehicle of a similar age & mileage elsewhere. Upon return there will be a whole host of things to go through i.e. scratches, dents, scraped alloys etc. You will be charged to rectify these – GET A LIST OF THE RETURN RULES before you ever Lease so you know where you stand and can factor in cleaning/repairing etc. prior to the return of the vehicle. Do buy door handle protectors they are cheap to purchase and save key scratches – we all do it no matter how careful we think we will be!
After all of the above why lease? It’s a matter of personal reasons end of! – I do it because I like the increased safety, fuel efficiency, don’t want the depreciation but like most (I say that carefully!) like a new car every so often and don't want to bomb £20K.
My current deal would have cost me £5K+ more in depreciation over an 18 month period if I had bought new @ that’s just on a crappy Citroen C4 Cactus – yep £5K+ more. RRP £18K to buy new, now available 2nd hand to buy @ £8.5K, to lease has cost me £3100 plus servicing & GAP.
New deal arriving shortly is Hyundai Ioniq (base model) over 18 months.
Deposit £1015.20 then 17 payments @ £112.80 – Total £2932.80 which Includes road Tax worth £195 - got lucky as they have honoured their quote re this element - effectively brings lease cost down to £2738!. Includes UK Breakdown Cover (? value). GAP Cover Inc. Deposit Cover is approx. £135 for 2 years (can extend to include scratches, alloys etc. but gets expensive!). – Seems pretty good to me for a brand new car worth £20/21K.
Good luck with it all hope the lease experience works out for you, this deal is a good one imho for the vehicles spec etc. Compliments of Bertzz99 couple of additional bits to add to the picture which may be handy;-
On going to Europe you should be getting the formal document from the owner to do so (VE103) - now if you don't you may well get past with no issue however if customs pick up you are not the owner and query it you could have the car impounded whilst clarity sought. The form is usually only a formality on a yearly basis but then requires an admin fee.

A link to bvrla fair wear tear guide that give details on what the industry standard is:http://issuu.com/bfwsn67/docs/bvrla_fair_wear_and_tear_standard_-_1bb2e1448fea57?e=2001091/14761001'
Thanks for the info,very useful indeed....i will be taking the q30 in a few weeks and it good to hear your advise. i will take out the gap insurance and also make sure my insurance know the car is a lease. the knocks scratches and dents have played on my mind a little as its my first time, but i liked the car and even after the reviews from wanna be jezzas and real jezzas ,i think the car is ok and the lease deal was a fair one. i feel a little better after reading your guidance, so thanks again for writing this, it is appreciated by the serious leasers who are taking the plunge. hope you have a good Easter!
Hibbers1
Love Fishmasters comments, about time someone just told it the way it is. My example of my own personal lease deal is as follows and shows exactly how it should be looked @ & set up;-
1) You need to arrange Motor Insurance it is not included.
2) You will need 'personal lease' GAP Insurance (be careful here as there are several styles of GAP cover) unless you can get a muppet from an Insurance Co. to PUT IN WRITING that the Policy would provide a new vehicle if written off or stolen and is less than 12 months old, even then you need to factor in GAP cover after this 12 month period so may as well do it in the first place. I am insured with DL and their wording is specific i.e. YOU must be the first registered keeper. With personal leasing the owner & keeper are noted as the leasing firm (who are probably the makers in most cases) and not YOU, you will not get any ownership documents - Also If you do not make the ownership and registered keeper clear to your Insurer you could give them wriggle room in the event of a claim and why would you want that kind of grief?.
3) Breakdown Cover - This is normally included but check - It is a handy saving if included and does what you need it to do - Note they rarely if ever include overseas cover i.e. holiday trips to Europe .
4) Vehicle Tax - Is included for the duration of the lease period, this is also a handy saving in view of the new charges effective 01/04/2017.
5) Mileage - Choose carefully, go over the chosen/specified number and an excess charge per mile will apply however to be obtuse sometimes this can work in your favour! - Some deals limit the amount of extras miles you can do - check the T&C's carefully.
6) Maintenance is rarely included on a personal lease quotation but is normally available as an optional extra - Do the maths based on your mileage/servicing costs/tyre requirements etc. If you opt not to take Maintenance Cover factor in the cost of each Annual Service as these are always more than you think for a new car as you have to use a main dealer & not the garage next door! - My previous Citroen cost the best part of £200 for its annual service. Also note that with a new vehicle you are likely to get several recalls throughout the year for software upgrades/crap build bit replacements - They are free but can be a pain timewise if you get several throughout the year! - I personally choose not to take maintenance as the costs are always factored in on the high side by the lease firms for obvious reasons and take the view that if I owned the vehicle I would have to have it serviced anyway and the warranty rules for a new vehicle state you must use an approved dealer.
7) At the end of the lease period the vehicle is returned, you do not own it. Some will ask if you wish to buy. Don’t, would be my advice, as the offer is always higher than you can go buy a similar vehicle of a similar age & mileage elsewhere. Upon return there will be a whole host of things to go through i.e. scratches, dents, scraped alloys etc. You will be charged to rectify these – GET A LIST OF THE RETURN RULES before you ever Lease so you know where you stand and can factor in cleaning/repairing etc. prior to the return of the vehicle. Do buy door handle protectors they are cheap to purchase and save key scratches – we all do it no matter how careful we think we will be!
After all of the above why lease? It’s a matter of personal reasons end of! – I do it because I like the increased safety, fuel efficiency, don’t want the depreciation but like most (I say that carefully!) like a new car every so often and don't want to bomb £20K.
My current deal would have cost me £5K+ more in depreciation over an 18 month period if I had bought new @ that’s just on a crappy Citroen C4 Cactus – yep £5K+ more. RRP £18K to buy new, now available 2nd hand to buy @ £8.5K, to lease has cost me £3100 plus servicing & GAP.
New deal arriving shortly is Hyundai Ioniq (base model) over 18 months.
Deposit £1015.20 then 17 payments @ £112.80 – Total £2932.80 which Includes road Tax worth £195 - got lucky as they have honoured their quote re this element - effectively brings lease cost down to £2738!. Includes UK Breakdown Cover (? value). GAP Cover Inc. Deposit Cover is approx. £135 for 2 years (can extend to include scratches, alloys etc. but gets expensive!). – Seems pretty good to me for a brand new car worth £20/21K.
Hello, we're sorry to say we have sold out of our current stock of Infiniti Q30 lease deals. We are working on securing some more though so please keep an eye out.
Thank you for all your comments and helping to make this deal hot!
also fwiw I'd take this car if i didn't already have one. i tend not to take car reviews from journos as gospel. the review and the reality are often quite far apart. I'm sure this is a perfectly good car with above average quality.
dr_mj_99
Need some advice guys:

So I've just been offered the above car on a PCP for 3 years.
Is it better to get a PCP or lease? As I will want a new car every 2/3 years.
Is there anything negative with PCP?
Thanks


IMO go with whichever is cheaper? with PCP there is the optional final payment at end to own the car, which is the guaranteed value. you could end up work positive equity if the actual value of the car is higher afaik... someone more knowledgeable on the subject here will no doubt set me straight :)
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Ford Kuga TDCi 1.5 Lease deal £5,818.00 for two years @ Motor Depot

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£5818.00 @ Motor Depot
£250 deposit £232 per month over 2 years 10000 miles £205 if you want to do over 3 years. Can also adjust mileage. Only the Zetec trim but the 3 year deal is attractive with just £250 upfront and… Read More
£250 deposit £232 per month over 2 years 10000 miles £205 if you want to do over 3 years. Can also adjust mileage. Only the Zetec trim but the 3 year deal is attractive with just £250 upfront and…
spence129 Avatar2m, 4d agoFound 2 months, 4 days ago11 Comments
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150 delivery cost, no document fee (i asked , but you better double check)
basil1234
hmm leasing a car you never own and be liable for every mark and scratch.
thinking about it its a pass from me, plus i would guess you would be liable for servicing at a specfic garage and whatever they want to charge, do you think they make money on that as well?


Handed back my wife's Ford Focus after 2 years around 5 months ago.

Got a professional valet and then somebody to check for scratches and do repairs. In all spent £200.

They came. Collected the car and had no charges.

Key is, factor in £200-£300 with any lease for a good valet and some paint repair before you hand it back. Least then you can ring round for quotes / get best price. Simple.

Edited By: spritey on Mar 25, 2017 20:55: .
donslibi
mcaf123
donslibi
basil1234
hmm leasing a car you never own and be liable for every mark and scratch.
thinking about it its a pass from me, plus i would guess you would be liable for servicing at a specfic garage and whatever they want to charge, do you think they make money on that as well?
Exactly the same as if you owned it. If your car gets scratched, you sort it out, otherwise it's value will be lower when you come to sell it.
And they do not specify the garage you have to service it at.
Not strictly true about the servicing. Some specify it must be done at a main dealer, some at a VAT registered garage and some at any old garage. Either way you must use genuine parts to maintain the warranty.

If you care about your car, it's good working order and your safety, you'll be doing that anyway.


No doubt, but I'm just making people aware that different finance companies have different rules regarding servicing so they should bear this in mind when calculating ownership costs for a lease
mcaf123
donslibi
basil1234
hmm leasing a car you never own and be liable for every mark and scratch.
thinking about it its a pass from me, plus i would guess you would be liable for servicing at a specfic garage and whatever they want to charge, do you think they make money on that as well?
Exactly the same as if you owned it. If your car gets scratched, you sort it out, otherwise it's value will be lower when you come to sell it.
And they do not specify the garage you have to service it at.
Not strictly true about the servicing. Some specify it must be done at a main dealer, some at a VAT registered garage and some at any old garage. Either way you must use genuine parts to maintain the warranty.

If you care about your car, it's good working order and your safety, you'll be doing that anyway.
donslibi
basil1234
hmm leasing a car you never own and be liable for every mark and scratch.
thinking about it its a pass from me, plus i would guess you would be liable for servicing at a specfic garage and whatever they want to charge, do you think they make money on that as well?

Exactly the same as if you owned it. If your car gets scratched, you sort it out, otherwise it's value will be lower when you come to sell it.

And they do not specify the garage you have to service it at.


Not strictly true about the servicing. Some specify it must be done at a main dealer, some at a VAT registered garage and some at any old garage. Either way you must use genuine parts to maintain the warranty.
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Cheapest new car available - Chevrolet Spark LS - saving over 43% - Motor Depot £5,089.00

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Chevrolet are pulling out of Europe next year and are selling cars at a big discount. Non metallic Red or Yellow are now available at the above price. 55mpg, £30 a year tax, group 3 insurance and Read More
Chevrolet are pulling out of Europe next year and are selling cars at a big discount. Non metallic Red or Yellow are now available at the above price. 55mpg, £30 a year tax, group 3 insurance and
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susanne30
picked car up monday no problem and happy with car but having looked at the warranty and service guide there is a pre delivery and inspection stamp (page 35 )and checklist which should be in the service book but mine isn`t there which means having the extra hassle getting this done which is difficult living in sheffield .for anyone picking car up just make sure this is done!
Also don`t like me go to motor depot hessle as of paperwork (shut because of flooding)go to the one near/past THE DEEP 5 miles away and busy at rush hour (ask for address and postcode beforehand)



Mine is not stamped either. Whats the effect of this? Does it void warranty?

When I collected mine on Sunday the service book and manual were in a sealed bag in the glovebox. I mentioned about the stamp which they did there and then. Should not affect the warranty as its only a pre delivery check and the other details about the vehicle you could fill in your self. The alternative is to post back to get stamped - a bit of a pain I know


Edited By: pedtucker on Feb 17, 2014 21:08
susanne30
picked car up monday no problem and happy with car but having looked at the warranty and service guide there is a pre delivery and inspection stamp (page 35 )and checklist which should be in the service book but mine isn`t there which means having the extra hassle getting this done which is difficult living in sheffield .for anyone picking car up just make sure this is done!
Also don`t like me go to motor depot hessle as of paperwork (shut because of flooding)go to the one near/past THE DEEP 5 miles away and busy at rush hour (ask for address and postcode beforehand)




Mine is not stamped either. Whats the effect of this? Does it void warranty?
eSimple
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eSimple
I also bought, but waiting...

has everyone got their vehicle yet?

If it still doesn't arrive on Monday, I m pulling the plug.
Bought mine on 21st Jan - arrived on Monday this week - collecting this weekend. It seems a bit hit and miss as they don't seem to know what is on the daily delivery. Depending when you ordered it should be here soon as they have to be registered by the end of the month.

Hi would you mind to tell me how you feel about the car?
Thx
Hi all - well finally I've collected. Picked up from Hull and drove over 200 miles home - Mostly motorway - no problems cruising at 70 and only used half a tank of fuel!
Have used today to commute 20 miles to work which is what I bought it for and is ideally suited.
First impressions are good - comfy drive, nice controls with modern displays and blue back lighting. Has an excellent DAB radio with both USB and phono lead connections and blue tooth connectivity for phone allowing handsfree operation. Both were easy to set up and use. Has a solid feel and appears well made - clearly a GM product as some parts I have seen on a Corsa.
It has no remote locking which is the only thing that would have been good but its only a basic £5k car so what do you expect. Has key operated central locking though which is OK with the 5 doors. Has excellent lights with full beam particularly bright. Plenty of storage and little cubby holes and decent size glove box. Remote petrol cap release.
So in summary my first 300 miles have been trouble free and enjoyable and well worth the money to have the new smell of a car that has not been used and abused. (had 5 miles on clock on collection)
Yes you could spend the same amount of money on a better 2nd hand car but brand new with 3yr warranty, no MOT bills , £30 a year tax and 55mpg you will not find for this money which is what HUKD is all about!!

Edited By: pedtucker on Feb 17, 2014 20:18
eSimple
pedtucker
eSimple
I also bought, but waiting...

has everyone got their vehicle yet?

If it still doesn't arrive on Monday, I m pulling the plug.
Bought mine on 21st Jan - arrived on Monday this week - collecting this weekend. It seems a bit hit and miss as they don't seem to know what is on the daily delivery. Depending when you ordered it should be here soon as they have to be registered by the end of the month.

Hi would you mind to tell me how you feel about the car?
Thx

We are delighted with ours.
pedtucker
eSimple
I also bought, but waiting...

has everyone got their vehicle yet?

If it still doesn't arrive on Monday, I m pulling the plug.
Bought mine on 21st Jan - arrived on Monday this week - collecting this weekend. It seems a bit hit and miss as they don't seem to know what is on the daily delivery. Depending when you ordered it should be here soon as they have to be registered by the end of the month.

Hi would you mind to tell me how you feel about the car?
Thx
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Motor Depot - Huge Savings On Brand New Chevrolets from £5,490.00

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I'm in the market for a new car and came across this deal at the Motor Depot. They're heavily discounting all their brand new Chevrolets. It says brand new and the reg on each car is not set so I Read More
I'm in the market for a new car and came across this deal at the Motor Depot. They're heavily discounting all their brand new Chevrolets. It says brand new and the reg on each car is not set so I
orgfilao Avatar3y, 4m agoFound 3 years, 4 months ago157 Comments
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Picked up my Orlando LT today. Very smooth process. Extremely happy with the car.

Great service by Motor Depot.

Edited By: Sunni on Feb 23, 2014 17:34
My Cruze was delivered yesterday, very happy!! Good customer service - specifically from Andy Champion, he was very patient with my endless list of questions. Still can't believe the price 8)
I picked up a new Orlando on Saturday. Like a number of people on here I was nervous about placing an order with Motor Depot for a car I hadnt seen and wasn't on site. However, this was completely unfounded. Dave and James have been a pleasure to deal with - all my questions answered and calls returned. Collection was smooth and James was knowledgeable and helpful. So far I am extremely happy with my decision to buy the Orlando and to buy it from Motor Depot. I would certainly travel the 150 miles again for the price I paid.
I believe you have already talked with Chris Brown, who explained what happened regarding the car that was on the website in error (human error). We do apologies for any confusion over the car that was available and indeed the Spare Wheel spec.

We gave you the option of an alternative colour or a full refund of any deposit paid and we are pleased that you have decided to take the car in the alternative colour.

Please do not hesitate to speak with James, Chris or your sales advisor should you have any further issues with the vehicle.

Kind regards
Ashley[/quote]
Ashley, as I found this deal on the forum, I just wanted to make people aware of my experience which you will admit is less than ideal. I was not suggesting anything inappropriate was taking place.
Just to say we had our Cruze delivered last week & we are very pleased with it. The service has been excellent & we always got through on the phone, if not we were called back quite quickly. I would deal with Motor Depot again.
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