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VW Golf 1.2 TSI £12,599.00 at Motorpoint

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This is a better deal than the out going Astra deal posted yesterday. This is a brand new 16 plate and you are the first registered keeper. The VW Golf 1.2 blue motion with all round electric windows…
inthenameof Avatar3m, 6d agoFound 3 months, 6 days ago251 Comments
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You must be drunk if you would have a Vauxhall over VW. Vauxhalls the worst crappiest cars. This VW may be basic spec but a million times better than even the best Vauxhall.
What exactly is this based on? VW base models are cheap and nasty, even the mid range models are just a bit crappy, over priced and lack some of the basic features you would expect. I owned an almost new 1.2 Polo S and to say it was trouble is an under statement. Aircon stopped working, windows had a mind of their own, boot lock stopped working and it would chew through coil packs and lambda sensors and the EM light was pretty much a constant. I spoke to an ex VW dealer who confirmed it was a common problem and he had seen brand new VW's drive off the forecourt and come back 5 mins later with the light on. Also, a friend recently had a total engine failure on an almost new Polo just a few weeks ago. VW had no explanation for it and replaced the engine.
I am not saying Vauxhall is better, just that VW is equally as crap as everyone else these days, this crap just costs you more.
Anyone that thinks VW is a reliable value for money manufacturer is bsdeluded.
Absolute rubbish. I own a VW polo from new, 4 years old. Not a single problem. And all I do is put the fuel in! Don't blame the manufacturer for people who don't know how to drive, and by that I mean race to 20mph on 1st and skip to 2nd gear, also those that don't go to neutral at traffic lights and instead depress clutch until green. Also those that drive like they rally drivers so wear out the brakes.
I had a brand new Polo GTi a couple of years ago and they are a nightmare ... Thankfully offloaded it as it drank oil by the litre a month. VW reliability is average at best and lots of engineering issues if you dig into it. Do a google ...
monkeyhanger75
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monkeyhanger75
OrribleHarry
Try the new 2016 Astra it out drives them all...Read Review
Outdrives them all? Did you read the review? I read it more like it used to lag quite a way behind its peers, now it is up there with them after losing a lot of weight, and now has a better interior than the Focus. I wouldn't buy one right now though, will likely be a bargain at 18 months old at half RRP.
Yes I read several reviews it's placed above the Focus and Leon.
The one you posted to demonstrate your point didn't put it up on a pedestal, it pretty much said it had caught up with the others.Seems an ok car and it will be a used bargain due to very high initial depreciation. Vauxhall reliability issues? In my experience they last forever (my mam had a 1.4 auto that she had 23 years and sailed through almost every MOT. It was a crap drive though).

Apologies meant to post this review. I'm not saying they are the perfect car as there is no such thing as all cars are a compromise between many factors but I'm saying they have recently evolved beyond their direct competitors.
OrribleHarry
monkeyhanger75
OrribleHarry

Try the new 2016 Astra it out drives them all...Read Review
Outdrives them all? Did you read the review? I read it more like it used to lag quite a way behind its peers, now it is up there with them after losing a lot of weight, and now has a better interior than the Focus. I wouldn't buy one right now though, will likely be a bargain at 18 months old at half RRP.
Yes I read several reviews it's placed above the Focus and Leon.

The one you posted to demonstrate your point didn't put it up on a pedestal, it pretty much said it had caught up with the others.

Seems an ok car and it will be a used bargain due to very high initial depreciation. Vauxhall reliability issues? In my experience they last forever (my mam had a 1.4 auto that she had 23 years and sailed through almost every MOT. It was a crap drive though).
monkeyhanger75
OrribleHarry

Try the new 2016 Astra it out drives them all...Read Review
Outdrives them all? Did you read the review? I read it more like it used to lag quite a way behind its peers, now it is up there with them after losing a lot of weight, and now has a better interior than the Focus. I wouldn't buy one right now though, will likely be a bargain at 18 months old at half RRP.

Yes I read several reviews it's placed above the Focus and Leon.
monkeyhanger75
OrribleHarry

Try the new 2016 Astra it out drives them all...Read Review
Outdrives them all? Did you read the review? I read it more like it used to lag quite a way behind its peers, now it is up there with them after losing a lot of weight, and now has a better interior than the Focus. I wouldn't buy one right now though, will likely be a bargain at 18 months old at half RRP.

Fords interiors were always ****, its one thing Vauxhall were usually quite good at. I have never sat in a Ford that didn't have an annoying rattle somewhere.
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Brand New Skoda Octavia 2.0 TSI vRS DSG [Nav], Choice Of Colours £20,199.00 (with VED & DVLA registration fee) @ Motorpoint

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Nearly £6000 (22%) saving of list price. They just say "new" but from experience they will be pre-reg. Wide choice of colours available including "special" colours like white. Includes navigation
orgfilao Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago110 Comments
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Price reduced for the last 2 in stock (one yellow and one grey) - now £18999!
Few pictures of these up now. Curious looking things, never seen these alloys and seats before on a UK car!

http://i.imgur.com/WeJJ97w.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/1Ao9L32.jpg
orgfilao
jrw
Better getting from the likes of drive the deal for a UK car. Imports will attract massively higher insurance premiums.
How would they know though? Genuine question, I'm not trolling or owt. If you are the first registered owner the V5 will say nothing about whether it was imported?
My definition of an imported car would be something which was registered somewhere else first then brought into the country.


No problem, it will be on whatever database they get the car details from when they enter the reg. The DVLA will hold it as an import.

Its easy to see - find a car such as a nissan GTR - get the reg off one off autotrader, do a quote then find a japanese importers and get a quote off one of their reg's

Think you will be in for a shock!
jrw
Better getting from the likes of drive the deal for a UK car. Imports will attract massively higher insurance premiums.
How would they know though? Genuine question, I'm not trolling or owt. If you are the first registered owner the V5 will say nothing about whether it was imported?

My definition of an imported car would be something which was registered somewhere else first then brought into the country.
Very nice cars – got a previous version Octavia but the latest really take a step on with interior quality. Need to get a replacement in the next 12 months or so and have my eye on a Scout (no innuendos please) but wifey’s probably not going to let me :(

Agree the new Superb is a thing of beauty (though the old ones were pig ugly). Really keen to upgrade to one of these, but just wish they were a little wider for three kids (Skoda seem to have issues with car width – they stretch them out lengthways for legroom, but the car widths are still narrower than most cars).
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Kia Sportage from £14,999.00 @ motorpoint

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Brand new Kia Sportage from 14999. Seems like a good price
Jgrant3808 Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago111 Comments
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MaximusRo
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Fifth most reliable car brand;http://www.reliabilityindex.com/manufacturer
People should stop using this ridiculous link as a proof any cheap and well known unreliable brand is much more reliable than good car brands that actually innovate in the car industry and activate in some of the most demanding markets (Germany for example).
According to that link, SsangYong (I bet some never heard of it) is more reliable than Mercedes (although SsangYong is an obscure company that used Mercedes engines at some point and proudly displayed that on their cars).
According to the same link, the two most unreliable cars in the world are Porche and Bentley. However, Vauxhall, Chevrolet are like you said at the top (with Chevy the 5th most reliable) although Chevy is always been well known for problems and poor performance (as you would expect from American cars).
Audi is also at the bottom, although Volkswagen is 10 position higher up even though they share 90% of the components and 100% of the engines...
I dare to say Chevrolet is not a more reliable car than an Audi, Porche or Bentley. Sorry if I offend anyone by that, or if I contradict a list posted on the internet.

The good thing about that reliability data is it has absolutely no bias. It's simply an insurance company insuring cars for warranty and detailing the frequency and cost of repair for the various models which gives end users and understanding why the Warranty for a Audi is hugely more expensive than a Honda. It's not about favourite cars or performance but simply hard facts about reliability. You question why Volkswagen is more reliable than Audi yet it is clearly obvious that Audi are the premium range of cars with larger and more sophisticated engines and more luxury features, nothing complicated to work out there. You state Chevrolet are american but again you have no understanding that the engines are german designed and the cars are mainly manufactured in Korea which has a brilliant record for assembling cars.

So many people make assumptions that all french cars have electrical problems or all german cars are reliable etc based on past evidence. You still get people joking about Skoda cars. Those whose minds work a bit more logically simply look at the evidence that is available.

A BMW for example may have great performance and high quality materials in its cabin but it still has a much higher failure rate than the average and the cost of repairs can be double other brands, 2x the frequency and 2x the cost of repairs is 4x the overall cost of competitor's cars. That can be a huge amount of money over the lifetime of ownership. Not forgetting the very high initial cost of ownership too and performance cars burn more fuel, tyre wear etc. The end result can be a lot of money spent. That could be the difference between better or more frequent holidays, renting or buying a better home etc.

There are no surprises in that reliability data, the Japanese come top and complicated luxury cars are at the bottom.
MaximusRo
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Yogki
In the page seems these cars are used. Am I missing smth or should the message be changed?
You would be the 2nd owner on the logbook so technically used and some of the warranty period already gone.
£500 more for a brand spanker from a main dealer with the option to buy their 3 year service pack and I would think better finance options.
Yes, shorter warranty could cost you a lot more down the line than the saving you get upfront.
Of course resale value might also be impacted by the fact it has 2 previous owners instead of just one.
They do actually have new cars at this price, search the page for "Mileage:Delivery"
Jgrant3808
Yogki
In the page seems these cars are used. Am I missing smth or should the message be changed?
Scroll down and you will see the new cars with delivery miles only

Thanks, I see what you mean, where it says "Reg:New" and "Mileage:Delivery". Consider adding this note to your message?
oddballjamie
Yogki
In the page seems these cars are used. Am I missing smth or should the message be changed?
You would be the 2nd owner on the logbook so technically used and some of the warranty period already gone.
£500 more for a brand spanker from a main dealer with the option to buy their 3 year service pack and I would think better finance options.
Yes, shorter warranty could cost you a lot more down the line than the saving you get upfront.
Of course resale value might also be impacted by the fact it has 2 previous owners instead of just one.
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MaximusRo
bonzobanana
Fifth most reliable car brand;http://www.reliabilityindex.com/manufacturer
People should stop using this ridiculous link as a proof any cheap and well known unreliable brand is much more reliable than good car brands that actually innovate in the car industry and activate in some of the most demanding markets (Germany for example).
According to that link, SsangYong (I bet some never heard of it) is more reliable than Mercedes (although SsangYong is an obscure company that used Mercedes engines at some point and proudly displayed that on their cars).
According to the same link, the two most unreliable cars in the world are Porche and Bentley. However, Vauxhall, Chevrolet are like you said at the top (with Chevy the 5th most reliable) although Chevy is always been well known for problems and poor performance (as you would expect from American cars).
Audi is also at the bottom, although Volkswagen is 10 position higher up even though they share 90% of the components and 100% of the engines...
I dare to say Chevrolet is not a more reliable car than an Audi, Porche or Bentley. Sorry if I offend anyone by that, or if I contradict a list posted on the internet.
​Hmmmm. Looks like we have an expert here......
Porsches aren't bulletproof I'm afraid my friend, far from it. VW/Audi/Bentley are all the same group and share many components across the models - those same components are prone to failure regardless of whether installed in a £20k, £40k or £160k model!
SsangYong used old generation Mercedes engines from an era before the accountants replaced the engineers in running Mercedes . Once upon a time you would swear by a Peugeot diesel engine, now you just swear at them, its the same thing with BMW these days with the 2.0 diesel engine, they have turned what was once unbreakable into an absolute dog.
So you're the expert you were referring to in your opening statement?

Who said Porches are bulletproof ?? Your post makes no sense. I only pointed out Porche is listed second-last after Bentley! You are building a straw man argument here, nobody said Porche is bulletproof!

So Peugeots are no good according to you? Cause according to the link, Peugeot ranks 14 out of 39 (39 being Bentley, 38 being Porche), and listed as more reliable than VW, Volvo, Saab, Mini, Renault, Jaguar, Audi, Jeep, Rover etc. It is also more reliable than SsanYong and Mercedes (by far, as they are at 31 and 32).

You are again showing your expertise when trying to explain how SsangYong is listed more reliable than Mercedes... it is just one position between them by the way. I doubt the engine is the only thing that matters in a car, and yes, I doubt anyone would choose a SsangYong over a Mercedes based on this link.

But you seem to agree with it so you probably would?
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14 Plate DFSK Loadhopper Van Only £6,362.80 (Derby Motorpoint)

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This will only really apply to those who miss the micro vans of yesteryear, such as the Suzuki Carry, Bedford Rascal, etc. So the Chinese are coming to fill the void left by the Japanese. Motorpoint…
Chrissieboy Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago35 Comments
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Excellent for trips to the cash and carry!
If I hadn't seen this thread and came across one of these on a road I would have assumed it was a BMW. I doubt BMW are pleased with that grill design especially on such a crude basic van.
Sim Simma..... who's gone and made this in to ......FFS a Bimma.....lolzzz heat though :p
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ive heard bad things about chinese reliability. would stear clear.

That's the Chinese sorted. Any views on the Dutch mate?

Hahahaha lol, best laugh I had today - nicely done mate...hahaha
Ordered 4 to sell on eBay :)
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Brand New MG6 Magnette over 40% off; £8,999.00 (S), £9999 (SE), £10999 (TSE) @ Motorpoint

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Delivery mileage MG6 Magnette (saloons) for sale at Motorpoint with huge discounts. £8999 for an S spec (RRP £16020) £9999 for an SE spec (RRP £17520) £10999 for a TSE spec (RRP £19940) Grea…
orgfilao Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago86 Comments
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I know this is an old thread but felt the need to post. Apart from a couple of posters, I've never read so much tripe in all my life! I bought one of the Motorpoint Magnette TSEs in October 2013. Great car and 100% reliable! Handsome (imo) with unbelievable kit for the price! It's no wonder the 6 has not sold in the UK given the ill informed ignorance that has been spouted all over the net by people who have never even seen one in the flesh! I don't think 30mpg in stop start urban driving is bad either (That's what I'm getting) and on a run you'll see it up in the 40s and 50s. I think the guy going on about a 3.0 Land Rover having a similar mpg can only have been talking about the diesel version not petrol! The full leather interior and black and silver trim is very nice too! I love my Magnette and will gladly get another, unfortunately with the recent facelift to the 6, the Magnette was dropped. Mind you, I own one of the rarest modern saloons on the road so kind of glad! less than 700 in total!
Not sure why this was expired, SEs are now £9299. One TSE left at £10999.
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They're winning the British Touring Car Championship in this car. However I think the team build the whole car up from scratch, probably isnt much of the standard car in it.

haven't won it just yet but 888 build their cars from scratch so there will be little to compare other than the shell (which has survived Plato rolling it)

Dont they fit roll cages though? :D

Touring cars share little of the road going car anymore. Dashboard is the same, most body panels (Rob Austin in A4's strips road going cars to use as parts), engine is TOCA specified so has to be 2 litre turbo charged to certain output, plus the weight and ride height are heavily scrutinised.

Still the best racing series in the UK bar none, F1 is too predictable.
Did anyone buy one and if so what's your opinion on it ?
good price
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Hyundai i 10 Blue @ Motorpoint - £7,299.00

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Save over £2000 on the new list price. You need to add Road fund licence (£20) and 1st Reg fee to put the car on the road. Five year warranty and ~60 mpg from the 998cc engine Air conditioning and
Groaver Avatar4y, 11m agoFound 4 years, 11 months ago12 Comments
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Bryfly the car you mention for £6995 is pre-registered in March 2011

Whats to say the one from motorpoint isnt?, they look like pre reg 11 plate with delivery miles also.....
Bryfly the car you mention for £6995 is pre-registered in March 2011
Check out korean dog-eating practices before buying this brand please.
adamsxi
it is £7724 for this version drive the deal so the price is good dont know why it is so cold!
Think this is the same car ??

HYUNDAI I10 HATCHBACK 1.0 Blue 5dr Manufacturer's Recommended Retail Price:
£9,600 Our discounted price just: .........£6,995
Anyone who buys one of these cars is a tool.
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Brand New Chevrolet Captiva - 2.0 Vcdi Ls 5dr Fwd - £13,599 @ Motorpoint £13,599.00

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Motorpoint are doing some cracking deals of Chevrolet Captiva's at the moment. For the last couple of weeks they've had the entry level petrol version for £11,999 but they've gone for now (my mum got
orgfilao Avatar5y, 3m agoFound 5 years, 3 months ago7 Comments
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Fuel consumption (combined) 38.2 mpg -5 (to get close to reality) = 33.2mpg average

pretty poor for a diesel, that said I think overall a reasonable deal on price


Actually, my Antara (which is the same car) easily gets 37mpg regularly. Pretty darn good for a 4x4 SUV with such a high weight. Rules as always with these. Drive economically and green, smooth acceleration maximum economy speeds. Forget automatic. Read the manual so that you don't have air conditioning running all the time (modern demisting programs turn on the air conditioners). Use decent diesel, i.e. BP, etc. Do not use supermarket fuels like Sainsburys and Tescos.

Enjoy. Remember that diesel engines can have a long run in period. And never, never buy any diesel SUV if you intend to only use it for town run abouts. Diesels need to be over 30 mph for at least 15 mins periodically for particulate filter regeneration. if not they will burn through more fuel constantly trying to enter the regeneration mode. Plus short journeys don't allow engine to heat up.

Next winter and you'll be sorted.

Listen not to the naysayers. This is a great family vehicle and driven well offers good economy for its class and type. If you want a 4x4 with the best economy then it's the Jeep Patriot at 45mpg

This says FWD so not sure if that refers to front wheel drive or full wheel drive. If it's front wheel drive then you're incurring a weight and fuel economy penalty pointlessly.


Edited By: Garie on Mar 19, 2011 22:05: update
Where does it say that it is BRAND NEW?

Many Motorpoint cars are pre-registered imports.
Re-sale in 2 years...? will ve very poor
Fuel consumption (combined) 38.2 mpg -5 (to get close to reality) = 33.2mpg average

pretty poor for a diesel, that said I think overall a reasonable deal on price
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Hyundai i30 1.4 5dr £8,799 (£3,754 off list price) @ Motorpoint £8,799.00

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Delivery miles only, 5 year warranty. 3 left in stock. go to www.motorpoint.co.uk , the link to the right wont work Autoexpress review On the road price: £13,600 - £16,450 For : Strong all-…
skdotcom Avatar5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago14 Comments
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Noticed Broadspeed selling new pre reg 1.4 i30's, 5dr in solid paint. £7,997. £1000 more for new 60 reg. Think they charge a £100 fee on top of the £7.997 for acting as a middle man. Seems a good price.
buttonz
too late. I bought all three. One for me and two to sell on. Any offers? (jk)

£5,000 - it's secondhand now :p
too late. I bought all three. One for me and two to sell on. Any offers?

(jk)
Keith26
Most public sector workers qualify for the Vauxhall/ Saab partners scheme (check online) which saved me the same amount off my last car without any haggling or hassle.


Thanks for this info mate, never knew about it.

I thought it would be the usual BS discounts i.e. 5% of the MRRP and then it would stilll be loads more expensive than Deal Drivers / Drive the Deal etc... but it actually does make the cars a lot cheaper than the online providers.

Basically for those who don't know, the scheme is for anyone who knows someone who works for Vauxhall OR if you are or know someone who works for / is a member of anyone below

A Selection of Companies within the Associate Partners Scheme are:

Parcel Force
Post Office
Prison Officers Association
Rentokil Initial PLC
Royal Mail
Southern Water
Police Federation
Asda Stores
British Airways
BSM
BT
Co-operative Group
EDF Energy
John Lewis Partnership
Legal & General
Morrisons PLC
Civil Servants (CSMA Members)
Health & Education Workers (members of UNISON)
hooray henry
Good city car.

No, this is a Focus segment car. You're thinking of the i10 maybe? Best to keep quiet when you don't know what you're talking about.
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Fiat Punto Evo 1.4 Active 5dr £7,699.00 @Motorpoint [£3682 off list price]

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Delivery miles only Go to www.motorpoint.co.uk as the deal link doesnt work Nice little car, good reviews on the Five TV website, they suggest its the best in its class. http://fwd.five.tv/ca…
skdotcom Avatar5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago50 Comments
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they have 2010 fiesta(studio) around 2k miles for 7999. much rather have that...much better car in my opinion...
i have purchased car from this dealer, don't expect any help afterwards!!! take your car and forget....
The price has been reduced by £300, therefore I've updated the deal.
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danilovesky
Do you have a link to this data?


Sorry, I haven't as it's confidential data produced for and shared internally in the industry. However, there are numerous surveys in the public domain which broadly support the very comprehensive research like this which the manufacturers do for themselves. The AutoExpress annual survey is easily accessible and is a reasonable start point, though as the respondents are 'self selecting' from people with some enthusiasm for cars it is arguably somewhat biased; hasn't stopped Skoda scoring vey well though! No doubt Which? do something too though I haven't looked at it.

I would caution against selecting on reliability data alone though. Yes, you'll want to try and avoid an unreliable dog but there's so much more to satisfaction with a car. Bear in mind too that survey results are the average of many samples - your particular Toyota could be a poor one or your Fiat/Alfa/Renault/Citroen/Peugeot an unusually good one. You are simply reducing your risk, not eliminating it. Also, if you plan to keep your car for a long period there are wide variations in durability which may not align with initial quality. There are plenty of Rover owners across Europe who are finding their cars are lasting very well whereas the 'quality' makes can become uneconomical propositions to keep on the road.

Thanks for the info, very useful!
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Besford
that's the point of HUKD but car posts seem to bring out all the opinionated idiots.
I-RON-IC

I haven't offered any opinions if that's what you mean. I've offered a top line picture from objective research. Dis it if you wish.
Besford
that's the point of HUKD but car posts seem to bring out all the opinionated idiots.

I-RON-IC
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Chevrolet Lacetti 1.6 Sx 4dr [leather] £7,999 (£3,357 off list price) @ Motorpoint £7,999.00

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Delivery miles only. Fitted Extras ABS Air Bags Air Conditioning Alloys CD Central Locking Electric Mirrors Electric Windows Leather Trim Metallic paint Power Steering Radio What Car…
skdotcom Avatar5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago13 Comments
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It's also very unlikely that the one for £2990 will get the full asking price.


Yeah I'm sure he would bite your arm if you offered him £2000, and of course I'm sure the sellers of the higher priced ones would too. How do all these car dealers manage to stay in business pricing their cars so high? Most have priced their cars at over twice as much as the "experts" on this forum have said they are worth. Like I know they have to make their margins but how do they keep in business? ;)

Edited By: VDisillusioned on Oct 06, 2010 14:33: 42
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Parkers says Private in good condition £3500 on 07 plate

whatsmycar worth says "Price for a car similar to this would be between £3045 and £3260. for a 57 plate



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its rubbish try to sell it on after 3 years you would be lucky to get £2000 bad buy in the trade avoid


You are going to have to have totally trashed it to get only £2k. The cheapest 3 year old 1.6 Lacetti SX on Autotrader at the moment is £2990. The most expensive is a boggling £5700. Most though are over £4k.


You can't use autotrader as a guide for prices. Use your common sense - as if the one for £5700 will sell! It's also very unlikely that the one for £2990 will get the full asking price.
Astec123
Not my taste in a car, but for under 8grand it is a brand new car with a decent kit list, If you have a 10 year old junker and get 500quid for it then you would be doing quite well with this deal.

Think of it this way a very small loan and you could have the worry free motoring for at least 3 years, usually lower insurance, no MOTs to keep worrying about and no maintaining it all the time as it should work without many if any problems.


Exactly.
Not my taste in a car, but for under 8grand it is a brand new car with a decent kit list, If you have a 10 year old junker and get 500quid for it then you would be doing quite well with this deal.

Think of it this way a very small loan and you could have the worry free motoring for at least 3 years, usually lower insurance, no MOTs to keep worrying about and no maintaining it all the time as it should work without many if any problems.
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Fiat Bravo 1.4 T-jet 120 Dynamic 5dr Dualogic £9,999 (£6,282 off list price) @ Motorpoint £9,999.00

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Delivery miles only Key features Engine:1.4 Litre Petrol 0 to 62 mph (secs):9.6 MPG (combined):43.5 CO2 (g/km):154 Road Tax 1st Year Rate: £155 Road Tax Standard Rate: £155 Insurance Group…
skdotcom Avatar5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago13 Comments
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We had the T-Jet 150, which I won't recommend, just too fast on too basic suspension and brakes, it jumped about all over the place. But we test drove the 120 before we chose the to buy the 150 and it was far better and is the one we should have bought. The car itself is very attractive and pretty well built and was very relible. Ours was a 58 reg, so hopefully it's even better now. We paid £9200 for the active pre-reg so a good price for the dymanic.
Looks pretty nice to me.
Looks like a good price for a pretty good car - Doubtless we'll soon hear from the "for this money I'd rather buy a 5 year old BMW" brigade. Each to their own I suppose but at least with a Fiat, unlike an aged BMW, you don't have to have a shaved head, baseball cap, shell suit and spray tan to drive it. Moreover Fiat's can use all three lanes on a motorway (not just the outside lane) and don't need to be the last car to merge when the road narrows! LOL
I test drove one of these for 24hrs - really drank petrol.
Just be aware that you will not be registered as the first keeper. All their cars are registered to a finance co first. Otherwise ok to buy from them. I have bought 2 cars from them.
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Hyundai i30 1.4 5dr £8,799 (£3,754 off list price) @ Motorpoint £8,799.00

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Delivery miles only, 5 year warranty. Autoexpress review On the road price: £13,600 - £16,450 For : Strong all-round package, excellent value for money Against : Styling not as cohesive as Cee’…
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OOPS! wrong thresd, Newbie!

Edited By: Boroboy1 on Nov 23, 2010 20:02: Wrong thresd.
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automatics (why dont more Brits buy autos?)
I ask myself this question often.I wonder if we all suffer a bit from the Jeremy Clarksons? Gotta drive everywhere like the Stig.Don't know about you, but mostly where I drive in the South East, its constant gridlock and queuing, so you can't drive your car fast anyway. And what with the 1 billion speed cameras, and police more intent on fining Mr Middle England driving his car, rather than scum burglar robbing houses you really cant go fast anywhere. We like the IX35, only after a year since its been out can you order auto and then you have to wait 5 months. I like the Megane 250 sport, can't get auto.In the US, its the other way round, people who buy manuals are the "weirdos". But I like you don't understand why anyone wouldn't want the car to do the gear changes for you. Leaves you another hand to tune your iPod, eat a burger, flick the pages of your paper etc ;)


agree, we got burgalled recently and the police have done nothing.......my wife stopped on the dge of a junction box in London because the truck in front broke down (whilst it was green) - she wasnt even blocking traffic - maybe next time she should reverse back and risk causing a pile up or drive onto the pavement to avoid getting caught - she got a £120 fine.....these hitlers should be lined up and shot


amen brother. my sympathies to Mrs Royals.
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TheCaptain
Bought one of these 4 months ago and paid nearly £2k more than this!! Love the car, very solid build, nice little extras like the USB and iPod connections!! Cheap tax, good mpg, nice interior, add the 5 year standard warranty and it's a great car for £8700!!


Question, does the back seat fold down flat or flatish. My old Accent has been a removals-van-of-sorts over the years and I was amazed just how much I could fit in it. The back seat rest folded down onto the back seats and the boot lid could be taken off. It's one thing I don't like about modern cars, ie, the boot is a boot and is not really designed to be extendable into the back seat area. Might just have to have a look at one of these i30's .... (psst, don't tell Beasty)


Yep, if you take the rear headrests out they fold down nearly completly flat...
only 1 left in stock at this price now....
JamesCo
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one of my modes of trasnport is a 2008 Posrche 911 Turbo
I've got one of those, too, with the special edition Louie Vuiton interior. Only cost me 600 quid from a guy in Hong Kong... ;)

Ha Ha - you did well then LOL

Mine cost ever so slightly more than that when I bought it in APril last year.......but is factory standard - LV is so chavvy!
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Ford Focus 1.6 Tdci Zetec 5dr £11,999 @ motorpoint £11,999.00

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engine: 1560 cc gearbox: Manual mileage: Delivery Miles year: 2010 16" 5 spoke alloy wheels 6000CD RDS stereo radio/CD + keycode anti theft ABS Air Bags Air conditioning - CFC-free
littel helper Avatar5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago12 Comments
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better off looking for pre-reg deals.

i got my (then) new 08 plate 1.8 TDCI Titanium Focus for £11,995.

registered in July 08 and i got it in Sept 08. decent motor...
honda civic deal was better in my opinion....
Ford Focus - no thanks!
royals
driving this car would send m into a coma


Let's hope you get a test drive soon then.
royals
driving this car would send m into a coma

reading comments like this does the same for me:p
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Volkswagen Polo 1.2 70 Se 5dr [new Model] £9,999.00 @ Motorpoint

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1.2 70 SE 5dr [New Model] delivery mileage: engine: 1198 cc year: 2010 Alloys Climatronic air conditioning Front centre armrest with storage compartment Front fog lights with Static corn…
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Just a word of advice...it is not just the spec for the car you need to take into account. Unless you want to come unstuck in the possible event of an insurance claim... consider the cost of the premium for an import car - a lot of insurers wont even touch them. If you fail to declare it as an import - you could find that not only will your claim be invalidated - but your whole insurance cover is void.
Where are they made?

If Mexico, that's a different proposition.
Where are they made?

If Mexico, that's a different proposition.
Defo import peper gray a colour for cars out side the UK, Mind you UK model does not come with Fog lamps and Static conerin or Arm rest or leather handbrake and steerin wheel, and you wont get Brakedown Assistants or the full warrenty
Don't you just love these car posts - brings out all the biggots and ignoramouses - we were well overdue for one.

Carry on chaps.

PS: my car is better than your car, so there!

Edited By: Besford on Sep 13, 2010 23:10: typo
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HONDA CIVIC 1.8 I-VTEC ES 4 DOOR £10,999 BRAND NEW @ MOTORPOINT £10,999.00

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Ok feel like I am sticking my neck out with this one, but hey seems like a pretty good deal to me. So ok it's a Honda and a saloon it does not go 200mph nor is it a hybrid there is limited colours
Mire Mare Avatar5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago144 Comments
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i picked mine on the 17th...beautiful car... enjoying driving mine!!
Sold out now except the cvt autos at £599 more
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jocksteeluk
Good value and most certainly would last a lot longer than the ford or vauxhall equivalent.


Vauxhall make some very good cars ill have you know!


No one is denying that, just making the point that Honda made better cars.
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jocksteeluk
Good value and most certainly would last a lot longer than the ford or vauxhall equivalent.

Vauxhall make some very good cars ill have you know!
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jocksteeluk
Good value and most certainly would last a lot longer than the ford or vauxhall equivalent.


vauxhall are offering a 100'000 mile lifetime guarantee so dont be too sure about that.


Kia offer a 7 year 100k warranty, and Hyundai offer a 5 year unlimited mileage warranty - but what does that prove?


It proves their confidence in the car to perform for the duration of the warranty - or they have a large budget set aside for warranty claims!


Exactly, it bears no reference to the actual reliability of the brand.


>>> You have to be the first owner
>>> You have to have it serviced at Vauxhall every year
>>> I bet if you don't comply with al the work they suggest you invalidate the warranty!
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