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NEW FIAT PANDA 1.2 Pop 5dr Only £6,695.00 MRRP: £9,455 | Save: £2,760 @ Pentagon

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NEW FIAT PANDA 1.2 Pop 5dr This new Fiat Panda 1.2 Pop 5dr Hatchback has a 69 BHP Petrol engine and a combined fuel economy of 54.3 miles per gallon. It comes with a full Fiat 3 years / 60000 mi…
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boostii
This vehicle is little more than a toy, no real man would be seen near it.
You might think differently when you pass your driving test and discover it will cost you £3000 to insure your 1996 Fiesta Pop for the first year!
What is all this real man nonsense? Wind your necks in and get to bed. Back to school in the morning.
This vehicle is little more than a toy, no real man would be seen near it.
I came here for the middle aged nerds arguing about... well nothing really.
lennyuk
bma1445
Also, just an FYI - but the warranty on most Fiats is 3 years. The first 2 years of the warranty are directly with Fiat - and are generally a "no quibble" thing.
Year 3 is an insurance backed warranty with the dealer you bought from - so things that are subject to wear and tear (clutch, etc) tend to be more difficult to claim on. That said, your average Panda driver isn't going to be abusing the clutch.
Also - most (if not all) cars in the Fiat/Alfa group come with 3 years AA cover - including homestart, recovery, the lot. Which is another £300 of anyone's money.
New Fiat's stopped getting breakdown cover about 4 years ago. Source: I have purchased 3 since they stopped and several before (yes I like new cars!)

Really? I'm sure the group still do it. My Alfa did, and my parents ordered a new Jeep yesterday which comes with it.

Maybe it's just certain models then.
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Cost price Renault and Dacia @ Pentagon motor group £5,995.00

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Just had this email. I'm not in the market for a new car (already have a dacia) so I don't want to get the prices via a sales call, but still think it's worth putting out there. I put the price of a w…
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This is a national style deal, that is purchase by dealers and used by marketing teams year in year out. You may get a good deal or it may just be hype.

As ofheRs say try a dealer/broker so don't be tempted by below rrp, as most new cars can be got for below rrp
This exclusive offer is only possible because of a significant support fund from both the Manufacturer and the Directors of Pentagon

It sounds more likely that they have bought the vehicle for £x but will get £0.y as a "rebate" from the manufacturer when they shift the old stock.
muffboy
I would estimate a cost price Dacia to be in the region of £10.99
Nah, the paper for the list of "optional" * extras would cost that alone.

*(read "the bits even Datsun had as standard before they changed name 40 years ago")
Pre-registered no doubt, so savings of 20% plus from new would be expected, if not even more.
What they mean is "the single car invoice price is £X, but we're buying in bulk so we're actually getting them for £0.8X and selling them to you for £X".

If you want a Dacia and the price you're getting them for is better than you'd otherwise get through a broker then why not?
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Vauxhall Meriva 1.4 life MPV Brand new £8,495.00 with scrappage and associate discount @ pentagon

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Just gone for this my cars on its last legs !! £2000 for my old banger + the car was reduced in price + associate discount . £8495 for a Brand new good quality car . The Life model gets a decent am…
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nia1
how do you find out retail partners? plz
Just go Vaughan partner website you can type your job or employer in. NHS and civil servants also quality as do family and friends of vauxhall your personnel dept are supposed to have log in details and password etc

Pick mine up this week , stonking price for a quality car . everything felt solidly built when i visited a vaux showroom . Like that the boot is level no lifting stuff into the boot . For the base model im surprised how much equipment it comes with too .
nia1
how do you find out retail partners? plz
Just go Vaughan partner website you can type your job or employer in. NHS and civil servants also quality as do family and friends of vauxhall your personnel dept are supposed to have log in details and password etc

Edited By: IWOOTN on Jan 25, 2016 13:01
NHS staff and civil servants quality it's about £1000 off plus£2000 scrappage allowance. Great deal if car only worth a few hundred and newer models are better engines etc.
jmpittaway
nia1
jmpittaway
nia1
how do you find out retail partners? plz
Vauxhall Partners -
AA employees and their relatives
ADT Fire and Security employees and their relatives
Asda employees and their relatives Avis employees and their relatives
Avon Cosmetics employees and their relatives
BAE Systems employees and their relatives
British Airways employees and their relatives
British Telecom (BT) employees and their relatives
Balfour Beatty employees and their relatives
Bosch employees and their relatives
CapGemini employees and their relatives
CSMA Immediate members and their relatives
Cadbury Schweppes employees and their relatives
Centrica employees and their relatives
Coca Cola employees and their relatives
EDS employees and their relatives
Fire Brigade Union and Rescue Service Members and their relatives
GE Capital employees and their relatives
HFC Bank plc employees and their relatives
Imperial Tobacco employees and their relatives
J C Bamford Excavators Ltd (JCB) employees and their relatives
John Lewis Partnership employees and their relatives
Waitrose employees and their relatives
Kodak employees and their relatives
Legal & General employees and their relatives
Morrison Construction employees and their relatives
Mitie Group employees and their relatives
Nestle employees and their relatives
Newsquest Media Group employees and their relatives
Parcel Force employees and their relatives
Police Federation members and their relatives
Post Office employees and their relatives
Prison Officers Association members and their relatives
Rank Group / Mecca Bingo employees and their relatives
Rentokil Initial employees and their relatives
Rolls Royce employees and their relatives
Royal Mail employees and their relatives
Richardson Projects employees and their relatives
SAGA group members, employees and their relatives
Fujitsu employees and their relatives
Yorkshire Water employees and their relatives
UNISON members and their relatives
Vodafone employees and their relatives
Zurich employees and their relatives
and many more
great I work foe adsa how do I register to qualify for this, this is a great offer thanks
Just phone up or visit a dealership. No need to register . You just need id that you work for a qualifying company . Wage slip would do . I emailed a picture of wage slip :-)
thankyou so much for your help x
nia1
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nia1
how do you find out retail partners? plz
Vauxhall Partners -
AA employees and their relatives
ADT Fire and Security employees and their relatives
Asda employees and their relatives Avis employees and their relatives
Avon Cosmetics employees and their relatives
BAE Systems employees and their relatives
British Airways employees and their relatives
British Telecom (BT) employees and their relatives
Balfour Beatty employees and their relatives
Bosch employees and their relatives
CapGemini employees and their relatives
CSMA Immediate members and their relatives
Cadbury Schweppes employees and their relatives
Centrica employees and their relatives
Coca Cola employees and their relatives
EDS employees and their relatives
Fire Brigade Union and Rescue Service Members and their relatives
GE Capital employees and their relatives
HFC Bank plc employees and their relatives
Imperial Tobacco employees and their relatives
J C Bamford Excavators Ltd (JCB) employees and their relatives
John Lewis Partnership employees and their relatives
Waitrose employees and their relatives
Kodak employees and their relatives
Legal & General employees and their relatives
Morrison Construction employees and their relatives
Mitie Group employees and their relatives
Nestle employees and their relatives
Newsquest Media Group employees and their relatives
Parcel Force employees and their relatives
Police Federation members and their relatives
Post Office employees and their relatives
Prison Officers Association members and their relatives
Rank Group / Mecca Bingo employees and their relatives
Rentokil Initial employees and their relatives
Rolls Royce employees and their relatives
Royal Mail employees and their relatives
Richardson Projects employees and their relatives
SAGA group members, employees and their relatives
Fujitsu employees and their relatives
Yorkshire Water employees and their relatives
UNISON members and their relatives
Vodafone employees and their relatives
Zurich employees and their relatives
and many more
great I work foe adsa how do I register to qualify for this, this is a great offer thanks

Just phone up or visit a dealership. No need to register . You just need id that you work for a qualifying company . Wage slip would do . I emailed a picture of wage slip :-)
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New Dacia Sandero £5,495.00 at Pentagon Cars

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Dacia Sandero 1.2 16V 75 Ambiance 5dr Hatchback PRE-REGISTERED 65 PLATE New Dacia Sandero Looking for a great value supermini that has enough room to seat five adults and offers low runnin…
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Anyone have one of these and can give an honest opinuion as to how good? Thanks

Hello! I am a fleet manager for a living, I do not own one of these cars but I am invited to days hosted by car manufacutres and have had some hands on driving experience on the open roads in France in the Duster, Sandero and Logan.

They have been hugely popular in France and with employees in our French deivision. I would say they all remind me, except the Duster of say low and medium spec Renaults and Citreons that were about in the late 1990's - early 2000's.

They drive OK, nothing like Fiesta or anything else remotely modern. They are a bit thin and noise insulation is not great. Seats are not all that thick nor are they comfy for long drives, but the if your getting out of a 2001 Astra, you will probably not notice. Do you see what I mean?

They are cheap and simple, I would not say they were crude and certainty not un-driveable as regular use cars. Take the Suzuki Jimny, it is crude and rather awful drive on the road, the Dacias are not like that.

The point I would raise which is that if you want really basic transport and want it new then these tick those boxes. However, by British driving expectations I would of thought a used example of another car would be much better.

The Duster is actually bit agricultural to drive but I can see the appeal if you want something between a Defender (for road manners) and 2002 Rav4 for the inside. Probably the pick of the lot IMO.

The Logan estate....if you ever drove the 306 Estate or MK3 Astra estate, you will sort of know what this is like.


​great summary. exactly why I did not buy one
sco0ter
I have the Logan (estate version of this). not the fastest off the mark and is a bit noisy on rough roads. I have the 1 litre turbo version and must admit it's been a great car. done a good few trips around the country in it with 2 adults and 2 kid as well as full boot and roof box and it is amazing on the motorways. it also has great pulling power and will do hill starts no problem fully loaded. It cruises on the motorway very comfortably at 70 and I get 58mpg. It actually feels better than my old 1.6 Vauxhall Meriva with similar load. my mother in law has one of these that was new in September and the road noise is a lot quieter than mine but apart from that they are very similar to drive.


​0.9 litre. has it been reliable?
Picked up ours today. Happy with the purchase. Stuck 200 miles on it already and it handled motorways just fine. Comfy seats. Doors close quietly which I like cos I get heavy handed, might be a little thing but I work odd hours and live in a very tight residential area.

So far they're recommended for a nice cheap runaround.
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prestwichian
Yes was ambience same model white pre reg in December, very pleased with the price as the few others I rang were telling me 5,995 and couldn't go any lower



Well done, congratulations on your purchase, don't forget Dacia Forum. Looks like others can get deals for this car locally.
Yes was ambience same model white pre reg in December, very pleased with the price as the few others I rang were telling me 5,995 and couldn't go any lower
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NEW PEUGEOT 108 1.0 Access 3dr Only £7,165.00 @ Pentagon

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£7,165 MRRP: £8,290 | Save: £1,125 NEW PEUGEOT 108 1.0 Access 3dr This new Peugeot 108 1.0 Access 3dr Hatchback has a 68 BHP Petrol engine and a combined fuel economy of 68.9 miles per gallon…
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she's a beaut - might trade my veyron for this.
I love mine, got the 5dr Allure PureTech on lease, it's fab!
kipikachuko
Is this a better than dacia sandero?

It's certainly got a better name.
how much more is a 5 door because i can't stand a 3 door!
Is this a better than dacia sandero?
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New Nissan Micra Visia Limited Edition Only £7,295.00 @ Pentagon Motor Group

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NEW NISSAN MICRA VISIA LIMITED EDITION. GO GET IT! The Micra Visia Limited Edition offers so much more than the basics to make your trips safe and comfortable.  New Nissan Micra 1.2 Visia Limite…
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Bad Actor
Clearly you don't understand how aircon works.

Care to explain how it does then instead of posting headline comments with nothing to back yourself up? My last post was in response to those who said air con was used to demist - you can also wind the windows down. I open windows in bathroom when it steams up?

I've recently owned a car without air-con and it was a little uncomfortable when it was really hot but apart from that it didn't bother me. Even in my cars now I don't use the air-con regularly.

Edited By: orgfilao on Sep 28, 2015 10:21
Which year did they start making in India. Just so I know what to look out for.
OrribleHarry
Tequila
These are made in India,I'd avoid like a plague..
​That's a bit of a blanket statement, and frankly quite racist.
'India' isn't a race! X)
[/quote]What's wrong with winding a window down?[/quote]
And if it's 80c and 95% humidity outside?
simate
orgfilao
Bad Actor
Typical simpleton comment.
Good one.
kingchris
It assists with keeping the car demisted. Mine is on every day of the year.
Crustybeaver
Too right, would sooner have cool conditioned air than heat
What's wrong with winding a window down?
Or, more importantly, what it does!
Clearly you don't understand how aircon works.
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BRAND NEW Astra 1.4 Petrol Excite with £500 Fuel card Ends 21st Sept 15 £9,995.00 @ Pentagon Motor Group

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Dear People, I am looking for a new car and saw this and think this a really good deal, especially with the £500 fuel card effectively making it £9500. - MRRP price is £17995. Was thinking of leasin…
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karlie88
muffboy
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muffboy
Good saving, 47% if my maths is correct. I collect my BMW next Tuesday with delivery miles, pre-reg and 45% discount off new OTR list price.
Care to post as a deal?
Anyone with a degree of knowledge of cars and depreciation should know immediately which car I have purchased, I can post the deal once I have collected mine next week.
No idea why you need to wait until next week but hey ho....
Anyone able to shed any light on the car?
Because I have mates contemplating same car and once posted on here there will be a free for all and none left!
7 series. About £29000 off a list price of £65000.
A very good guess with the imminent arrival of the new 7 series, however not correct. My new motor is now on the drive and what a buy it was. £25,000 off list price with 16 miles on the clock!
Well your an idiot if you think they really did give you £25k off the list price. They saw you coming!!!

Pardon? I know the list price and I know what I paid.
muffboy
snack_attack
muffboy
karlie88
muffboy
karlie88
muffboy
Good saving, 47% if my maths is correct. I collect my BMW next Tuesday with delivery miles, pre-reg and 45% discount off new OTR list price.
Care to post as a deal?
Anyone with a degree of knowledge of cars and depreciation should know immediately which car I have purchased, I can post the deal once I have collected mine next week.
No idea why you need to wait until next week but hey ho....
Anyone able to shed any light on the car?
Because I have mates contemplating same car and once posted on here there will be a free for all and none left!
7 series. About £29000 off a list price of £65000.
A very good guess with the imminent arrival of the new 7 series, however not correct. My new motor is now on the drive and what a buy it was. £25,000 off list price with 16 miles on the clock!
Well your an idiot if you think they really did give you £25k off the list price. They saw you coming!!!
snack_attack
muffboy
karlie88
muffboy
karlie88
muffboy
Good saving, 47% if my maths is correct. I collect my BMW next Tuesday with delivery miles, pre-reg and 45% discount off new OTR list price.
Care to post as a deal?
Anyone with a degree of knowledge of cars and depreciation should know immediately which car I have purchased, I can post the deal once I have collected mine next week.
No idea why you need to wait until next week but hey ho....
Anyone able to shed any light on the car?
Because I have mates contemplating same car and once posted on here there will be a free for all and none left!
7 series. About £29000 off a list price of £65000.

A very good guess with the imminent arrival of the new 7 series, however not correct. My new motor is now on the drive and what a buy it was. £25,000 off list price with 16 miles on the clock!
Hot deal
oddballjamie
j5jts
I managed to purchase one of these from Pentagon, I did try and get one from my more local dealership in Eccles but the salesman was a idiot, he was trying to invent a £700 fee for god knows what on top of other stuff ....... I contacted Pentagon via their website they put me onto their branch in Burton on Trent and the bloke their was great, got the car for £9995 + road tax £130 and document fee of £55 + £20 fuel less the £250 voucher .....so £9950 all in!!
No £500 fuel card?

Yes and I get the £500 fuel card, which is just a pre paid credit card so can be used on anything , I have a paypal card machine so I will put through that and end up with £486.25 back £9463.75 for the car!
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NEW DACIA LOGAN ESTATE 1.2 16V Access5dr Only £6,810.00 at Pentagon

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£6,810 NEW DACIA LOGAN 1.2 16V Access5dr This new Dacia Logan 1.2 16V Access 5dr Estate has a 75 BHP Petrol engine and a combined fuel economy of 48.7 miles per gallon. Rated 4 out of 5 Auto ex…
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markweatherill
Whatever happened to the FSO Polonez? Now there was a car!
It became a modern classic...http://www.mpclassic.pl/galerie/zrealizowane/borewicz//19_borewicz.jpg
30 years ago I got offered one of these for £30 when I first passed my driving test but it was a right dog of a car and a rust bucket with no mot (I said to seller I would rather walk than be seen in this heap of s*** it is no bird puller.


Just shows you can't pull without a prop.
Rys_Ochodzki
markweatherill
Whatever happened to the FSO Polonez? Now there was a car!

It became a modern classic...

http://www.mpclassic.pl/galerie/zrealizowane/borewicz//19_borewicz.jpg
30 years ago I got offered one of these for £30 when I first passed my driving test but it was a right dog of a car and a rust bucket with no mot (I said to seller I would rather walk than be seen in this heap of s*** it is no bird puller.
Generally that Logan serves the purpose of a perfect minicab - very cheap to buy, insure, run and maintain. Who cares about acceleration or horsepower count as this is rarely going to do over 50mph. And if some young binge drinker pukes all over the interior - well... that's called an unexpected improvement!
markweatherill
Whatever happened to the FSO Polonez? Now there was a car!

It became a modern classic...

http://www.mpclassic.pl/galerie/zrealizowane/borewicz//19_borewicz.jpg
satchef1
One thing I do find a tad off-putting about these is the GMFV that's displayed on the PCPs. After four years and 24,000 miles they're predicting a residual value of £2,690. That's a lot of depreciation. The GMFV might not be correct, but it is an indication. Losing two thirds of its value in four years, at low mileage, isn't brilliant.


The loss in real terms is just over 4,000 pounds which equates to a little over 1,000 pounds per year, there are no real equivalent estates but the nearest equivalent for engine size, Renault Clio or for volume Ford Focus would loose you in the region of 8,000 pounds in four years, so you would have lost more than the cost of this car and even a more specked up top of this model range car.
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Corsa VXR PCH 1 + 23 £159 per month £3,975.00 @ Pentagon

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Pretty decent deal on what looks to be a half decent hot hatch.
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This doesnt include Vat. With 18 inch alloys and black paint its £259 a month and its pcp not pch


​It clearly says at the bottom of the table "All figures include VAT".
seanlongman
This deal isn't including vat. With 5k miles, 18 inch alloys and black paint its £259 a month. And its pcp not pch

Brand new Vauxhall Corsa 1.6T 205 VXR 3 door with Vauxhall Personal Contract Hire
Other mileage terms are available. All figures include VAT. Contact us for more details.
This doesnt include Vat. With 18 inch alloys and black paint its £259 a month and its pcp not pch
This deal isn't including vat. With 5k miles, 18 inch alloys and black paint its £259 a month. And its pcp not pch
quidstretchy
Has anyone ever seen a Corsa that isn't being driven by a complete plonker?

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Itsabargain69
i might get slated for saying this but check on autotrader you can get this car a lot cheaper if it's a year old with a couple thousand miles on the clock

I know right. People are so ignorant to these kind of things.
i might get slated for saying this but check on autotrader you can get this car a lot cheaper if it's a year old with a couple thousand miles on the clock
seems like mileage restriction applies in case you decide not to purchase it after 35 months.
Zardoz
5K miles per year. No thanks.
It is not lease is it?
5000 miles per year.
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Brand New SEAT Ibiza SC Toca 1.4 3 Door Now Only £8,495.00, Saving Over £4000 On MRRP from Pentagon

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I would say the extra £500 over the Citroen C3 1.0 offer also on HUKD is worth it for this car. I believe Drivethedeal.com will also still do it at this price. Specification includes air conditi…
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So it's a £1000 more than the C3 deal posted....but with a bigger, more uneconomical engine.....
In real world driving the Citroen will prove to be a lot more uneconomical than the larger 1.4 Seat. Any sign of steepish hills and you'll be down through the gears on a regular basis in the Citroen. Plus the Citroen will lose a lot more in price than the Seat in 3 years time, so overall the Seat is much better for value.
This 1.4 85PS engine that this Ibiza has is an absolute dog. Full of problems, one being it's still a belt cam....
you again.
my 1.4 is polo is still sounding feeling sweet as a nut. ..

85ps from a 1.4 is pretty poor to be honest a lot of 1.2's are around that


hi harry. The torque is decent 125nm and there's no lag or flat spots that some small turbos suffer from.

And it actually beats it's official mpg figures for me. 36mpg in town and almost 56mpg out of town. super slick 5 speed box. biggest flaw is lack of sixth gear. meaning 3000rpm at 70mph.
lukeybuilder
m5rcc
Ceejay1974
poolman
So it's a £1000 more than the C3 deal posted....but with a bigger, more uneconomical engine.....
In real world driving the Citroen will prove to be a lot more uneconomical than the larger 1.4 Seat. Any sign of steepish hills and you'll be down through the gears on a regular basis in the Citroen. Plus the Citroen will lose a lot more in price than the Seat in 3 years time, so overall the Seat is much better for value.
This 1.4 85PS engine that this Ibiza has is an absolute dog. Full of problems, one being it's still a belt cam....
you again.
my 1.4 is polo is still sounding feeling sweet as a nut. ..

85ps from a 1.4 is pretty poor to be honest a lot of 1.2's are around that
m5rcc
Ceejay1974
poolman
So it's a £1000 more than the C3 deal posted....but with a bigger, more uneconomical engine.....
In real world driving the Citroen will prove to be a lot more uneconomical than the larger 1.4 Seat. Any sign of steepish hills and you'll be down through the gears on a regular basis in the Citroen. Plus the Citroen will lose a lot more in price than the Seat in 3 years time, so overall the Seat is much better for value.

This 1.4 85PS engine that this Ibiza has is an absolute dog. Full of problems, one being it's still a belt cam....


you again.

my 1.4 is polo is still sounding feeling sweet as a nut. ..
Gozer
blowbrown
I don't want to be a party pooper as this is a lot of car for the money, but it is worth mentioning that this price is based on 5000 miles a year which is pretty low for anything other than a run around to get to work and back or to do the school run. I do 9000 a year just using my car for work and my wife does 10000 in her car, which is the main family car.
The £8,495 is the purchase price. They don't limit the mileage on a car you own.
Apologies I thought the deal was for A personal contract plan, as the link takes you to a page about PCP. I didn't realised you could roll up and buy the car outright for this price (and yes I am aware that you can do as much miles as you want in your own car :{ )

Edited By: blowbrown on Apr 28, 2015 17:45
OrribleHarry
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OrribleHarry
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118luke
Many flawed views that many on here about perceived VW reliability. This is 2015 - not 2002. The Germans had their day in the early 2000's. This is exactly what the German manufacturers thrive on and love people who still believe they are the most reliable cars on the road, the reality is the Japs hold that crown. The Germans are no better than the French these days.
Indeed - perceived reliability.
VAG owners are brainwashed, but hats off to the marketing dept!
What is a VAG ?
Volkswagen Audi Group - The manufacturers that sell the same car with either Audi, VW, Skoda or Seat badges. all at different prices you purchase the badge version that matches your snobbery status.

VW Group stopped using the VAG acronym in 1992. It was formerly their brand name that they used for the distribution and leasing part of the group. It's amazing that 20 years later people incorrectly started using it as a name for the whole VW Group.


Edited By: androoski on Apr 27, 2015 07:21
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Brand New Citroen C3 1.0 VT 5 door only £7,995.00 saving £3025 off MRRP at Pentagon

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Specification includes anti-lock brakes, power steering, remote central locking, CD/MP3 radio, steering wheel mounted audio controls, electric door mirrors, auto door locking facility, child locks, tr…
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lukeybuilder

I'm not trying to impress ladies. I just don't like being best mates with the rac

Either way, trying to impress the boys then eh !

But you drove a Citroen, you hate Citroen !

You drove a Rover, youngsters don't drive Rover !

Ford Focus is ok though ;)

Is there something seriously wrong with your eyesight? or are you just deluded... none of this each to their own crap, those Citroen & Rovers cars are hideous, end of discussion!

;)
Why have you answered ?

Some confusion here (_;)

Is LukeyBuilder & LukeyBoi189 one & the same ?
Tallyho
Another choice for people who don't like a C3 or Cactus could be either of the following must have cars :

Ford Focus
Citroen VTR
Rover 400

Decisions decisions, it must be hard choosing which one to go posing with, especially if you try to impress girls.

(_;)



I'm not trying to impress ladies. I just don't like being best mates with the rac
Another choice for people who don't like a C3 or Cactus could be either of the following must have cars :

Ford Focus
Citroen VTR
Rover 400

Decisions decisions, it must be hard choosing which one to go posing with, especially if you try to impress girls.

(_;)
lukeyboi89
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I used to drive an Audi TT, Toyota celia, focus rs and now I drive a little renault clio and frankly don't care about speed anymore, just nowhere to abuse it anymore and running costs were mental. Citron ain't really my bag but voted hot for a great deal.
What's happened there is you've got old...
Or maybe he became an adult as opposed to a pimply boy racer yet to get laid?

since when do you have to be a boy racer to drive any of those cars he listed, and at which point in life did having any of those get you laid / suggest you have acne? it sounds as if you are bitter and reminiscing on your misplaced youth that you spent driving your dads ford escort, whilst covered in spots, and unable to get laid..

an Audi TT for example, is a refined car that is easily driven daily, is actually fairly decent on fuel and generally a nice car to drive. it does not have to driven quickly all the time as the op suggested, and more importantly, does not mean you have to go and buy a renault clio, or even worse, one of these pathetically powered and probably poorly built C3s!

on another note, has anyone seen these new citroen cactus cars that are becoming more abundant? i can not believe people willingly spend and waste their hard earned cash on a new car that will depreciate, and more importantly have to be seen in one of these:

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02811/Citroen-C4-Cactus-_2811933k.jpg



my audi tt was noisy rock hard ride and not that reliable either. plus parking was not exactly easy either.

It did go like a stabbed rat.

Most french cars are pretty poor. there's only the ds3 that's attractive for starters.
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New Style Vauxhall CorsaSting £7,746.00 MRRP £8940 @ Pentagon

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This new Vauxhall Corsa 1.2 Sting 3dr Hatchback has a 70 BHP Petrol engine and a combined fuel economy of 53.3 miles per gallon. It comes with a full Vauxhall 3 years /60000 mile warranty and is avail…
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I peed away 25k on a Focus and since then have had a Vauxhall VXR8 and recently for the hell of it a tuned Corsa VXR. I still have more than 95k so whats your post all about..........
A love of a cheapskate courtesy car?

In simple terms: Having money and selecting cars based on image alone aren't always shared virtues.

I would have thought that fact I liked the courtesy car was blatantly obvious, apparently I expected too much. So I'll ask what your point was? Because all I took away was you bought a new focus, and a couple of cars that you think make you look like you're in, the poor man's version of, Fast & Furious and think that's something to boast about.
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jaydeeuk1
Who the hell says 'hey I've got £9000 in the bank... I really fancy a new corsa!'
I have ~£95,000 in the bank(s) and just bought a 2 year old used Focus for a little more than that :p having money and peeing it away on status symbols aren't correlated values. I wouldn't buy a new car, and I wouldn't buy a Corsa, but I've been using an Astra courtesy car for the last couple of weeks and it was fine.

I peed away 25k on a Focus and since then have had a Vauxhall VXR8 and recently for the hell of it a tuned Corsa VXR. I still have more than 95k so whats your post all about..........

A love of a cheapskate courtesy car?

Edited By: TheBiker on Feb 22, 2015 10:47
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Sir Charles
Bunch of dead heads on this site, I've sold hundreds of Corsas and very few complaints ! I am at a Vauxhall franchised dealer (that also sells multi franchise used cars) and we do more warranty work on VW group cars than we do on VX!
Keep your fashion accessories such as Audi and BMW
We have to think about what some of these cars are like to drive.. My 14 year old Golf still drives better than a brand new Corsa. I might spend a bit on repairs these days but it's still great to drive, something a crappy Corsa is not! So it might be cheap but there's no enjoyment (only frustration) from driving the thing!
Reviews look respectable for driving a Corsa but not as much fun as a Fiesta. Golf is a larger car this is more comparable to a Polo and they don't score as highly as a Fiesta for driving enjoyment. I think the main concern is Corsa reliability and whether the new model will improve over the dire previous version.
Hmm, my advice to anyone would be to test drive the thing before committing to a sale. I accompanied a friend when she was shopping for a new car, she drove a Fiesta, a Mazda 2 and some other crappy thing I can't remember the name of, all of which were 3 years old. I sat in the back during the test drives and they all seemed noisy and sluggish. I then gave her the keys to my Golf (which was at the time, 10 years old), and she said it was leagues ahead of anything she'd driven that day. She then went out and bought a Golf - a few years older and with a few more miles on the clock, but something that drives like a real car and not some sluggish eco-friendly rubbish. She'll also be able to sell it once it's done 100k or so, unlike the crappy Corsas and Fiestas, many of which will be rotting away on the scrapheap by that time.

I'm not disagreeing with your older Golf being a great car but comparing new cars the Polo is the same level as the Corsa and modern German cars are nowhere near as reliable nowadays as they once were. Most of the least reliable cars are german and they also have some of the most expensive repairs and servicing. They aren't such a good choice nowadays. The Corsa itself is manufactured in Germany as well as Spain.

Vauxhall as a brand is more reliable than Volkswagon even if a comparison of Corsa vs Polo is a win for Volkswagon for this segment of car.

http://www.reliabilityindex.com/manufacturer

Also Vauxhall has its complete range under one brand where as Volkswagen and Audi are split with the less reliable luxury models under the Audi brand. If you split the difference between Volkswagen and Audi results you are at 182 as an average. A lot worse than Vauxhall and up there with BMW and Jaguar for reliability.

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Sir Charles
Bunch of dead heads on this site, I've sold hundreds of Corsas and very few complaints ! I am at a Vauxhall franchised dealer (that also sells multi franchise used cars) and we do more warranty work on VW group cars than we do on VX!
Keep your fashion accessories such as Audi and BMW
We have to think about what some of these cars are like to drive.. My 14 year old Golf still drives better than a brand new Corsa. I might spend a bit on repairs these days but it's still great to drive, something a crappy Corsa is not! So it might be cheap but there's no enjoyment (only frustration) from driving the thing!
I've had Mk4 golfs and while they were half decent cars back in the day, in no way were they enjoyable to drive and I had a 4motion. The best Golfs were the mk1 GTi's or mk2 16v GTi's .... they went downhill from Mk3 onwards in my opinion.
I don't dislike VW, far from it....but the generally elitist attitude from most of their owners can only be described as delusional.

I don't think it's elitist, the torque and handling of my mk4 Tdi (130 engine) I still haven't managed to replicate in a cheap modern car like the Corsa... hard suspension though!
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Sir Charles
Bunch of dead heads on this site, I've sold hundreds of Corsas and very few complaints ! I am at a Vauxhall franchised dealer (that also sells multi franchise used cars) and we do more warranty work on VW group cars than we do on VX!
Keep your fashion accessories such as Audi and BMW
We have to think about what some of these cars are like to drive.. My 14 year old Golf still drives better than a brand new Corsa. I might spend a bit on repairs these days but it's still great to drive, something a crappy Corsa is not! So it might be cheap but there's no enjoyment (only frustration) from driving the thing!

I've had Mk4 golfs and while they were half decent cars back in the day, in no way were they enjoyable to drive and I had a 4motion. The best Golfs were the mk1 GTi's or mk2 16v GTi's .... they went downhill from Mk3 onwards in my opinion.

I don't dislike VW, far from it....but the generally elitist attitude from most of their owners can only be described as delusional.
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New Nissan Micra Visia From Only £6995, Saving £3300 On MRRP Brand New Nissan Micra 1.2 Visia 5 Door available now at Pentagon Nissan with a massive saving. NEW NISSAN MICRA. GO GET IT! The Micra V…
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No no no... not me Dave!
Good deal, heat based on price if you can get away without paying the credit interest.

I wish people would put their car reviews on car review sites. All of them are bunkum and not worth taking any notice of in my opinion.
though ad now expired, rejoice that you cant buy it. ive got a 2008 k12 Acenta 1.2 and its been superb. what I was shocked by when I drove one of the latest Micras was the atrocious quality and finish. horrid notchy switch gear that feels like itd come off in your hand, use of really vile hard brittle plastics. worst of all a truly hideous rubbery gearbox and linkage. the k12 iv got is precise, sharp, nippy and incredibly responsive with everything weighted perfectly. im infact convinced it thinks its a big car, its that refined.
Looks like that text has been edited after the conversation has finished - seems like this particular customer is not being honest !!!
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arent these made in india now?
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Yes now built in India not sunderland
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It's back again. This new Peugeot 107 1.0 Access 3dr Hatchback has a 68 BHP Petrol engine and a combined fuel economy of 65.7 miles per gallon. It comes with a full Peugeot 3 years /60000 mile warr…
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the horn is a bit embarrassing though, and you can't rest your arm on the door card. and the engine looks like it's just been pinched out of a lawnmower :-D
had mine for just over a week now and I have to say I'm well impressed. OK so it's never going to pull like a train but I've had it on everything from motorway to fell roads and it's comfortably held its own. they've been very clever with the use of space, you sit quite far back so it actually feels much bigger than it actually is. turning circle is tiny, great fuel economy, 0 road tax, think you'd struggle to find better value for money and cheaper motoring tbh. thumbs up from me, and I'm not the stereotypical female as A- I'm a bloke (or was last time I checked) and B - usually drive an 150 bhp MG ZT diesel, very much different to the 107, and I can honestly say I'm quite happy to drive either.
I've had mine for 3 days now and I love it - me being a stereotypical female. Nippy, economical and basic (less electrics to go wrong). Was told be the dealership (Perrys) that all the Peugeot 107 range (and their equivalent) will be up for large discounts as the 108 range will replace it. Looks as though there's loads of bargains to be had. Good luck. 8)
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[quote=matt139] 68bhp? You may as well just get a Moped. I guess it's ideal for a stereotypical female who doesn't want to drive fast.

Or a deal for someone who does not measure their sexual organs size by the size of their car engine, someone who does a lot of local runs/urban driving, someone who sees a car as a tool not a status symbol. Someone who wants cheap motoring.

Suppose revving your engine while riding the clutch at the traffic lights in your massive car that is measured in Gallons Per Mile makes up for having a small willy?

These things are pocket rockets, had one for 3 years . They are quite happy doing 80 mph on motorway. You can park them easy. Great mpg and free tax.Heat added
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been offered a 3 door active model for £6488 on the road by another dealer, in white or red. Pentagon are telling me I can't pull out because the cars already been "assigned" to me and has been bought in. I said how can it be bought in when it's pre registered? when I asked him to match that deal he said they'd sold ALL their actives over the weekend ha ha! he's gonna get back to me anyway and "see what he can do". from what I understand I can cancel any time in the first 7 days using the distance selling act? wish I'd held my horses, there must be thousands of these things waiting to be shifted now :-/

Who did you get the quote off for the 3 door active model?


Arnold Clark, although they then decided the white was £200 extra so I've stuck to red. they're all robbers dogs tbh, I'll only believe I'm actually getting the car when it's parked on the drive!
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This car looks great! Just in time for summer! This new Vauxhall Cascada 1.4t SE 2dr Convertible has a 140 BHP Petrol engine and a combined fuel economy of 44.8 miles per gallon. It comes with a fu…
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I know you were just reacting to the "it's a vauxhall" quote but let's not be silly now. Corsas don't have the same levels of quality as modern audis, jags and Lexus.

To be clear, I'm not knocking corsas, just trying to put a bit of reality on this.

Also, the service price and whether the car is picked up/dropped off is dependant on the garage. My last bmw service and mot cost £150 and was picked up and dropped off, so let's just judge this deal on its own merit and vote hot as it's a car with 20%+ off rrp.
rextar11
hmm its a vauxhall
and?....I've had jags, audi and Lexus cars before and I'd say the missu's corsa comes very close to all three quality wise. Plus I think she only paid like £180 the other month for an MOT and service. They also collected and dropped the car back to her work place.
What a mutt of a car.
It doesn't look too bad, Shame its a soft top.....
hmm its a vauxhall
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This van again for the small trader /builder has approx £6000 off list price good van cheap price!
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Thats a bargain for a new van,vat back too.
Shame the astra van is gone because these are fugly.
Very eager to purchase but would prefer the merc
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This is for you builders.! Good price good deal ! Saving approx £3700 ! PRICE is plus VAT
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Did I just read sunshine Stacy and other get commission for posting deals? ? o my
wow I'd love to have this...... but I don't need it :)
cheap as chips
Is it not obvious! Jaystan (games), sunshinestacey (holidays) and bowster (cars) are part of the hotukdeals team.
I'm sure the more heat given, the bigger their commission!
I'm not saying it's a bad thing as they post some genuine deals. But at least be honest about it.
Keep up the deals- any deals. They're all interesting no matter which price range.
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This is a nice car for the money! List price£12705 so good discount!
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OTR price is £10k from Seat
£4000 saving sounds good to me. Includes satnav, Bluetooth and aircon. Lease is £129 p/m. Only 5000 miles so no good for many but for low mileage users seems a good deal.
DappaDonDave
You should spend more time building
Just trying to help a few people out .Lots of people don't know much about car discounts and pay over the odds. If my time save 1 person money I'm happy!!
You should spend more time building
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2014 14 New Micra 1.2 Visia 5 Door Only £7495, Save £2500 On MRRP. Specification includes bluetooth phone integration, USB connect, aux-in socket, ESP, 6 Airbags, electric front windows, cruise con…
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davester2k

These thing rarely get driven at speeds over 20mph.

Why would you need them?


This made me laugh a little more than it should have!
I have just managed to get hold 1 litre M-Reg 20 year old Micra on the cheap from a guy in the pub.
It did have a smashed passenger window and no keys, but is a good runner.
Will they allow me to part exchange this against this deal?
DO NOT BUY, these are indian built and my micra is now an outstanding claim with the financial ombudsman. Clutch & Brake failure is massive on them.. check out nissan micra india facebook page.......
Residuals are around £3500. You're right if you keep it for 6 years then buying is cheaper, but you have to finance the capital or use money in the bank. I'd also say you don't have to do below average mileage for leasing to make sense- average is 10k pa, and I lease 10 or 12. Agree that if doing large mileage, it's not as good deal, but would someone be doing those sort of miles in a Micra? Also if you lay down the cash on a 6-12 months standard type car, that is a cheap way to go. However if you like a new car, the reason why leasing works so well, is that the garage/ lease co gets effectively a fleet buyers discount, which is effectively passed on to the lessee in the deal. The Micra is not actually the best example of a great deal. Check out some of the sites such as Smart Lease. For example,a juke is only 167 a month, 5000 miles, if you want more miles the cost isn't much higher. Nissan Note, £130 pm, Citroen C1 £95 pm.
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I'd seriously suggest leasing- if you need a new car, it's a very sensible way to go. You can get these cars for 3 down payments, then 35 (so for a 3 year lease you only pay 2 extra payments over the 36 month rental). They are £100 a month including VAT and you get any road tax paid. So you can keep your cash in the bank and it costs you 3800 over three years- representing roughly the depreciation figure. Why lay down 7500 of your hard earned on a depreciating asset? Takes a change of mindset but in US been doing it for years. I now lease and would not buy again. Just got my wife top of the range Qashqai - new one- cost £25k to buy, leasing for £250 a month, same payment profile. Best of all though if you really shop around hard you can get unbelievable deals, I just got myself a Merc CLS shooting brake, AMG pack- a 55k car to buy. I got it on 12k miles pa on a 2 year lease, 3 + 23 for £325 per month. Now that's a hot deal, unfortunately I got the last one!

That's probably sound advice for people who only travel lower than average mileages in a year and are always looking to get a new car every 3 years or so.

The Micra would be worth more than zero after 6 years and should still be in great shape if any of the Renault contamination doesn't send it to the weighbridge early. Surely it would be worth more than say £3500 at three years of age?

I'd still always recommend a car that's in good condition that's lost the majority of its original value through depreciation.

In the USA these days, used cars are very expensive and I think in some instances you are actually better off buying a new car in many cases.

Edited By: gtd65 on Apr 27, 2014 11:11
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