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nissan micra (sporty-ish) supercharged 1.2 £9,586 @ .new-car-discount.com £9,586.00

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supercharged 1.2 micra dig-s bluetooth and cd/mp3 0-60 is apparently 10.9 secs and it still gets 68 mpg on petrol (cheaper than diesel) ...and free annual road tax (band A) ...finally cheap
BlownGasketBob Avatar2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago16 Comments
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omg u even get a high vis vest warning triangle and first aid kit!!
when did we switch from cars to bikes ...
Cyrus
a 1.2 can never be sporty ... not even ish

Perhaps but a 1 ltr Formula Ford Ecoboost manages it, road legal.

http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/ford/66113/formula-ford-10-ecoboost-review
Doubt you'll ever see 68mpg.
http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/realmpg/nissan/micra-k13-2010/12-dig-s


BlownGasketBob
Plus there's a further saving over other cars 'cos micras hold their value better than some, so when you sell it in a few years time you could be getting an extra grand back than if you buy some other make of car.

This is the 5 door, with AC.

You mean other makes such as Fiat (500), Mini and Audi (A1) ;)

BTW year old higher spec ones (with satnav) seem the better deal.
http://www2.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201405214381378
Cyrus
a 1.2 can never be sporty ... not even ish

Its the same spec engine they put in the Juke and Qashqai so in a light weight Micra I reckon it will take off!
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NISSAN JUKE Hatchback SAVE 20% 1.6 Visia 5dr - £10,593.00 @ New Car Discount

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I thought this is a good price at £10.593 for cash or £11.406 on 3 years finance with £1000 deposit. What do you think guys?!
Hardawan Avatar2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago103 Comments
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jkl47
Hi F1 Fanatic how much did you pay for it?

Base cost was £14,615 but adding in pearlescent paint, 5 years servicing and MOT and a few minor extras took it up too £15,894. Just deciding now whether to wait until 1st of September for the new plates or not.
Hi F1 Fanatic how much did you pay for it?
Inspired by this thread, I've now placed an order for a Nissan 1.2 DiG-T Tekna in Force White from a genuine Nissan dealer for a fraction over the price on the listed website. Without the low price of the online seller I would never of been able to get the price down so low.

Many thanks OP.
pgilc1
You need to get out more - or a hobby perhaps?

:D
Ian182
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huzefar
Looks horrible.

In your opinion sunshine

And the general opinion of most of the population.

Sunshine.

I really doubt that most of the population"hate" nissan jukes. Probably got more important things in life to worry about.
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MAZDA MX-5 CONVERTIBLE1.8iSE2dr [Air Con] was £18470 now £14,588.00 @ new car discount.com

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21% saving on list price. Recently had to get rid of mine as started a family. These cars are excellent and loved every minute of owning one. Will definitely get another one when the kids grow up.…
markpj777 Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago189 Comments
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smartdave
Spod, personally I think you are the "pointless, vapid, arrogant little troll" and not Jewpons!

Who asked you? If I had wanted to hear from an ass hole I would have farted.
Another muppet to add to my ignore list.
Spod
jewpons
Spod
jewpons
Spod
jewpons
Dr Zoidberg
jewpons
TyrantJB
jewpons
hairdressers car
You probably drive a 1999 Punto. Don't be jel.
I don't even drive :'(
Then why are you bothering to give us the benefit of your experience?
I'm not. Just the benefit of my opinion.
You may be giving your opinion, but you seem to be having problems understanding the word "benefit".
You seem to be having trouble understanding the concept of a "joke".
Not at all. Jokes are meant to be funny. You are the one who is struggling with the concept.

"Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the other side." - This is a joke. You might not find it funny....but it's still a joke. Do you understand now?


You really are a pointless, vapid, arrogant little troll, aren't you?

Of course I "understand" what a joke is - and that not everybody finds the same things funny.

What YOU don't seem to understand is that an old, rehashed, endlessly repeated, vaguely homophobic cliché has stopped being funny.

I also understand that trolling is meant to annoy people. It is designed to get under the skin. So you win. You got to me. You got me to add you to my ignore list. Congratulations. I hope it makes you happy.
Spod, personally I think you are the "pointless, vapid, arrogant little troll" and not Jewpons!
mardavrio
joehart2
great deal.
Mazda petrol engine cars are well made, reliable and the MX5 holds its value.
unlike Mazda cars which use the 2.2 diesel engine which is shockingly unreliable and just as bad has been Mazda's response to the problems with the 2.2 diesel engine.
burying you head in the sand is not the way to retain customers.
Yup , just traded in my 2011 2.2 diesel Mazda Takuya Tourer for the new petrol model . DPF is a fhuckin' nightmare on the diesel .Prior to the diesel I owned a Mazda 6 estate (tourer) turbo diesel, for nine years (2002 model) and had no problems with this older engine .Love Mazda but don't know what happened with this engine variant.
Ps my next door neighbor has the MX-5 in ops post ...he's an ex-con ,ex-paratrooper and currently a WWF wrestler but is going bald so shaves his hair ...In my eyes he's a part time hairdresser.

whats his name?
im a big wrestling fan.
OK stylists - back to your chairs! Nothing to see here, move along :)
Great cars, had two of the Mk2 (facelifts) drove all around Europe meeting other clubs (it has great community and made great friends) my brother got the Mk3 as sold here and it is the best money for ever paid for fun.

Very cheap to maintain, reliable as a swiss watch. Just kick a second gear in a bend, hit the pedal and drift away with it's sweet rear wheel drive. if you are a bachelor, this is the best purchase EVER!
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Brand new Nissan Qashqai - only £12,867 (save £4010!!!!) £12,867.00

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Crazy price, and in my opinion much better deal than the Nissan Puke one that's currently mega hot. This saving is masssssive, if you were looking for a Qashqai second hand, at this price you mig…
ReflexReact Avatar3y, 1m agoFound 3 years, 1 month ago15 Comments
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Food for thought.
My sister and her boyfriend bought a car last year for about £4000. Everything was fine when they bought it.
The car broke down in a few month. They spent lots of money on repair.
They sold it for £3000 but overall they lost about £4000 on it.
I don't want to decide what's the best thing to do I just show the situation from a different point of view.
New model revealed November 7th
groenleader


There is no new +2 model, a new SUV with 7 seats will be built by Nissan.

new x trail..
LongPockets
if you were looking for a Qashqai second hand, at this price you might as well buy new. This is the kind of price they are going for 3 years old / 20k on the clock!

So basically they have screwed the second-hand market. By this one new and find three years from now that you can't sell it.

I am not quite sure I follow, but I don't know if this helps: a big misconception on cars is the claimed resale values/residual values. These are only based, as percentages on the list price of the vehicles, most such as those on Whatcar or other consumer mags tend only be "guess" basis, if you purchased the car today at the list price.
wakkaday
Can you get automatic at this price

Autos are going for similar prices PLUS the cost of the transmission. I cant remember if the Nissan do a base model Qashqai with out the Auto option.
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Brand new Nissan juke £10,586.00 @ new car discount website

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Brand new '63 plate Nissan Visia 1.6 petrol. Inc del, reg fee etc. was £10700 a few months ago and my other half bought one. Excellent customer service...brilliant part ex on her seat Ibiza (£500) mor…
sonia7758 Avatar3y, 1m agoFound 3 years, 1 month ago163 Comments
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the_bart123
i think Oscar, the problem is - you talk about your car - I talk about mine :)

Yes 47 mpg out of your 1.8 Rave 4 lol

Edited By: 0scar222 on Nov 05, 2013 08:44: add
i think Oscar, the problem is - you talk about your car - I talk about mine :)
the_bart123
o ho ho - I get 47MPG - but on straight roads (and driving slow)

and as I said - in city is less

my point is - everything depend how you drive and where

One more thing - don't forget - to have lower fuel consumption you have to have lighter car (my is 3 doors not 4) driving myself - not with 5 people family and may more things connected with car engine - like new and good quality engine air filter, new spark plugs, engine after terra clean (I highly recommend you to find out what it is) , good tyres and hundred other things and............... you've got 47MPG :) even more in RAV4 1.8 engine


Yes but is it not a new 3 door car no passengers in near perfect conditions that they do mpg test,s to give you
the maximum mpg you can expect with your car
Have traveled through through night in fairly new car on motor ways used cruise control (set at 60mph) so no driver input really and
The car still fell little short of extra urban figures (maybe extra load of lights) admittedly its not Rav4
zchari5
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zchari5
Mire Mare
The cheapest used 1.6 (petrol) silver Juke in Visia spec on Autotrader is a 2010 car with 36,000 on the clock and is up for is up for £8,250!AUTOTRADERSo £10,586 for a BRAND NEW one seems like a no brainer, cheap to buy, cheap to run, good residuals, peace of mind motoring for 3 years ;)MM
By far the best post on here. Even if someone sold at ~ £750 less than the advertised price the depreciation of this car would be ~ £3k for 3 years which is astounding for a brand new car. Some people on here are just ignorant and probably spend a 1/3 of their take home pay on their car.PS before people think I'm some Nissan fanboy I've personally had a Nissan Micra (my first ever car and insanely reliable despite my driving), Porsche, Ford and currently a BMW. My family have also had Citreon's, Renaults, Toyota's, Mazda's, Hondas, Mercs, Lexuses and I have to say as pretty/ adept at advertising as the German cars can be Honda's and Mazda's were by far the best bang per buck (ie fun to drive and cheap as chips). My current car had >£10k of extras and lost ~ £15k in value in it's first year which is fine if you don't mind losing that much money but when you think that would have bought this entire car for it's whole life and left you with ~ £4k in change -> not exactly value for money


You criticise poeple for potentially spending 1/3 of their income on a car (without foundation) and then go on to say you lost £15k depreciation in one year on your current car? Are you telling the world you're dafter than the people you are criticising or telling them that "I do believe I am considerably richer than yow" as per the fast show character?

Nope, you'll find I was saying my current car lost 15k NOT I lost 15k from list price in it's first year. I actually bought it at well over 10k below list price as it was one of the high spec Olympics BMWs that were sold off at a massive discount (even though it had only about 1500 miles on the clock). Even then I expect to lost ~£4500 a year if I keep it for 3 years (obviously depreciation will fall if I keep it for longer). Seriously though - obviously not bragging as a) no one should brag about a BMW and b) if I wanted to brag wouldn't have told you how much less I paid than you assumed.

The Olympic BMW's were not offered at massive discounts at all, I was privy to the complete list and there wasn't a single vehicle offered any cheaper than through the normal channels.
monkeyhanger75
zchari5
Mire Mare
The cheapest used 1.6 (petrol) silver Juke in Visia spec on Autotrader is a 2010 car with 36,000 on the clock and is up for is up for £8,250!AUTOTRADERSo £10,586 for a BRAND NEW one seems like a no brainer, cheap to buy, cheap to run, good residuals, peace of mind motoring for 3 years ;)MM
By far the best post on here. Even if someone sold at ~ £750 less than the advertised price the depreciation of this car would be ~ £3k for 3 years which is astounding for a brand new car. Some people on here are just ignorant and probably spend a 1/3 of their take home pay on their car.PS before people think I'm some Nissan fanboy I've personally had a Nissan Micra (my first ever car and insanely reliable despite my driving), Porsche, Ford and currently a BMW. My family have also had Citreon's, Renaults, Toyota's, Mazda's, Hondas, Mercs, Lexuses and I have to say as pretty/ adept at advertising as the German cars can be Honda's and Mazda's were by far the best bang per buck (ie fun to drive and cheap as chips). My current car had >£10k of extras and lost ~ £15k in value in it's first year which is fine if you don't mind losing that much money but when you think that would have bought this entire car for it's whole life and left you with ~ £4k in change -> not exactly value for money


You criticise poeple for potentially spending 1/3 of their income on a car (without foundation) and then go on to say you lost £15k depreciation in one year on your current car? Are you telling the world you're dafter than the people you are criticising or telling them that "I do believe I am considerably richer than yow" as per the fast show character?

Nope, you'll find I was saying my current car lost 15k NOT I lost 15k from list price in it's first year. I actually bought it at well over 10k below list price as it was one of the high spec Olympics BMWs that were sold off at a massive discount (even though it had only about 1500 miles on the clock). Even then I expect to lost ~£4500 a year if I keep it for 3 years (obviously depreciation will fall if I keep it for longer). Seriously though - obviously not bragging as a) no one should brag about a BMW and b) if I wanted to brag wouldn't have told you how much less I paid than you assumed.
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I've also driven one of these (hire car for four days). Very easy to drive. However, I could never understand who it was designed for. It looks enormous on the outside but it is very small on the inside especially the boot! I can carry more shopping bags than can fit in the boot.
To summarise, massive discount so HOT deal, not for me though! Thank you for posting OP.
Forgot to say, I was driving a Nissan Juke over the weekend - it's not too bad but I don't like the CVT gearbox on the current Nissan range - it just appears to "lug" the car in town and you get that resonance feeling similar to being in too high a gear ratio with a regular gearbox.

Fuel economy was OK, with an average of the high 30's - it's a bit of a plastic expanse inside but for the money quoted here I'm sure it's no worse than the competition.

Like many cars I don't like the position of the switch for the electric mirrors - you can adjust them when you are sitting in the natural driving position...what a bloody over-sight that is repeated time and time again...
zchari5
Interesting. They use the same data for tables on whatcar but displayed by brand rather than specific model. I'm surprised the fiesta tops the polls for reliability. I suspect that it's a small numbers problems where there's an element of chance hence chevrolet also appearing near the top. Across the board by manufacturer the same old Japanase/ Asian manufacturers seem to be the most reliable. Sadly I'm currently driving a BMW 5 series which like many of the "luxury" brands doesn't do v well!

I still think it's unlikely I'd buy a non-Japanese or Korean car as I do consider them to be a much better bet in the lonegr term.

Right now, I'm driving a 2013 Dodge Challenger (for fuel economy reasons of course) but that's a company car as it were.

The last two Korean cars I've bought have had issues - a KIA Picanto with Crankshaft Pulley Bolt Failure (Manufacturing defect from the factory!) and a Hyundai Entourage with IPS module failure (very common problem with a list of other likely failures). I've also had to replace the electric sliding door motors too.

A friend of mine has a Honda Jazz that is a great little car but they suffer from rear wheel bearing failures and gearbox input shaft failure at a very low mileage. It appears that it's almost guaranteed that both will fail during the life of the car.

I'd probably not buy a modern Nissan due to the possibility that they contain French (Renault) electrical components. :(
Fact... You are the first owner and V5 comes in due course from DVLA, not months later as reported above. I know cause i've just bought a Qashqai and this is what i was assured would be the case, I asked the question of V5. Might have been model or finance deal specific but this was not what was implied. Painless and saved over 4k. Thanks.



Edited By: sly200sx on Feb 12, 2013 14:30
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FFS does it matter? It's relevant in this thread and applies.
Doesn't matter to me. But then it's not my work you've plagurised.

ooh ark at her getting on her high horse, think they bl00dy know it all!
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PEUGEOT 207 COUPE CABRIOLET 1.6 VTi Active 2dr £11,999 @ new-car-discount.com £11,999.00

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A new 12 plate Peugeot 207 Coupe Cabriolet for under £12,000 for March delivery saving £4,780 against list price. Limited numbers and colours. Free delivery.
DubDriver Avatar4y, 8m agoFound 4 years, 8 months ago1 Comment
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Don't know whether this is a good deal or not, but I got my car from these people in January and I found them very professional and gave me a good deal (Hyundai ix35).
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Brand New VAUXHALL ASTRA HATCHBACK 1.6i 16V Life [115] 5dr [AC] £8,499.00 Delivered @ New-Car-Discount.com

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Includes. NO HIDDEN FEES Full UK Warranty. 12 months Road Tax, First Reg Fee, Free Delivery, Free Metallic Paint. Brand New cars but registered last year.
bigbaz Avatar5y, 4m agoFound 5 years, 4 months ago107 Comments
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very nice
just took delivery of one 5 days after ordering , its as it says on tin , new car at used car money , i m impressed , i thought id get a little more for my old 407 but i guess you cant have it both ways
This is hot? You can buy 5 used 02 corollas for this price!
Now offered with only 6 months Road Fund License
oddballjamie
Walk away guys, plenty of 'real' deals to be had in Vauxhall dealerships.


Or better still, avoid Vauxhalls.(_;)
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