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Peugeot 107 2010license plate on Just Add Fuel Deal £179.00 per month

£179.00 @ Peugeot.co.uk
This is my second post (the first kinda flopped but heres hoping this does better apologies if anything is wrong and I don't know what quidco is, so I'm leaving that out for a start) Peugeot curr… Read More
Mikerry Avatar
banned6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
This is my second post (the first kinda flopped but heres hoping this does better apologies if anything is wrong and I don't know what quidco is, so I'm leaving that out for a start)

Peugeot currently have the just add fuel deal, so I went to the showroom today and found out as much as I can and it’s a great way to get a car and build up more no claims;
The just add fuel offer includes;
3years Free comprehensive insurance
3years Servicing
3years Breakdown cover
3years Road Tax
3years Warranty
All for one easy monthly payment

If you are unlucky enough to crash the excess is £250 and doesn’t increase the monthly price of the car until the 3year contract is up!

Peugeot 107 Urban includes;
3door
63mpg
1.0 ltr engine
A/C
Electric windows
4**** NCAP rating
Stereo radio/ CD with aux socket for MP3 player


The Peugeot 107 is a small car but I'm 6ft3 and I fit (just) and would prefer the 207 unfortunately I don’t qualify so looks like the 107 will have to do! Also it says in the terms that you can 6167miles annuals but if you say you want more than that can be increased and you pay a bit extra ALL THESE PRICES are based on doing 10,000miles annually and the more you pay as a deposit the less you pay per month

Deposit; Cost per Month;
£200 £212
£500 £202
£1000 £186
After the 3year contract is up you then have 3options;
1) Walk Away
2) Purchase the car for £3,500ish
3) Or carry on with the deal and get another new car or upgrade to a larger car like I plan to do.

Other cars and prices on the just add fuel deal (although these are variable and will probably cost a bit more)
Peugeot 207- £195
Peugeot 308- £265
Peugeot 3008- £265
Peugeot 5008- £359

Terms and conditions;
UK drivers License held for 1year+
Must be at least 21years old+
3year contract
For the next car up the 207 you must be 25+
Minimum Deposit £200
Max Deposit £3000

Officially the deal ends at the end of December but the guy in the showroom said it will probably continue especially as part of the contract states after the offer you have to be offered the same deal(price will increase though)And if anyone can get a cheaper/better deal on a car then let me know I’ll happily be beaten as it means a cheaper car for me. CHEERS lads and ladies, happy motoring!
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banned#1
And all this for under what i was quoted for my clios current insurance alone
2 Likes #2
this sounds great for the young guys whose insurance costs this a month?
#3
good deal but shame its for peugeot, had 2 peugeots and since had hondas, needless to say you'd have to pay me £179 a month to switch back
#4
6000 miles is a bit mean but it is still cheap motoring with a new car.

heat
#5
As I read it, if you've got a clean licence and claim twice you lose your eligibility for the insurance. If you've got one claim in last 3 years then only one more claim and you've lost it. With a bit of bad luck you could be paying £179 and still have to insure it yourself for years 2 and 3!

Hell of a gamble if you ask me!

Is it a 3 year policy?

No, you will be issued with 3 x 1 year policies by Peugeot Insurance. This will be sent to you automatically just prior to the anniversary of the policy renewal date, provided that you continue to satisfy the eligibility criteria set out below at the beginning of each new policy year.

Who is eligible for Free Insurance?


Drivers over 25 (Over 21 for 107 Millesim, over 30 for 308 CC 156bhp models) and under 75.
A maximum of 2 minor convictions in the last 5 years (CU, MW, PC, PL, SP, TS codes only).
A maximum of 1 fault or theft claim per driver in the past 3 years.
All drivers must have a full UK/EU licence for a minimum of 1 year.

Edited By: MINCER on Oct 07, 2010 19:08: spelling
#6
3 year contract, add on your cost of the monthly deal and initial deposit comes to £7630 (exc fuel) so if you can buy this car brand new for example £12,000 you would have to sell it for £4470 or less to have this as a good deal.

Sorry, quite poor actually. Even if it does include insurance (cheap for 25+ anyway)
#7
If getting NCB is a deal breaker. It looks like a contract lease (fancy longterm hire) to me. If thats the case the included insurance is only gonna earn you company car experience, as insurance companies treat it like fleet. Most will take it into account, think a few even give a discount equivalent to what you would of earned in NCB, but it aint NCB.

Cracking deal regardless!
1 Like #8
batistawhc
3 year contract, add on your cost of the monthly deal and initial deposit comes to £7630 (exc fuel) so if you can buy this car brand new for example £12,000 you would have to sell it for £4470 or less to have this as a good deal.

Sorry, quite poor actually. Even if it does include insurance (cheap for 25+ anyway)

That assumes you have £12,000 cash to put down, otherwise you have to factor in cost of fianance over the three years. Also cant under estimate the servicing, warranty, roadtax included (too lazy to see if you factored all that into your numbers?). Basically, three years motoring for a gauranteed monthly outlay + fuel. Compare like with like, i.e other lease deals.
banned#9
batistawhc
3 year contract, add on your cost of the monthly deal and initial deposit comes to £7630 (exc fuel) so if you can buy this car brand new for example £12,000 you would have to sell it for £4470 or less to have this as a good deal.

Sorry, quite poor actually. Even if it does include insurance (cheap for 25+ anyway)

Dont really understand your point here
banned#10
MINCER
As I read it, if you've got a clean licence and claim twice you lose your eligibility for the insurance. If you've got one claim in last 3 years then only one more claim and you've lost it. With a bit of bad luck you could be paying £179 and still have to insure it yourself for years 2 and 3!

Hell of a gamble if you ask me!

Is it a 3 year policy?

No, you will be issued with 3 x 1 year policies by Peugeot Insurance. This will be sent to you automatically just prior to the anniversary of the policy renewal date, provided that you continue to satisfy the eligibility criteria set out below at the beginning of each new policy year.

Who is eligible for Free Insurance?


Drivers over 25 (Over 21 for 107 Millesim, over 30 for 308 CC 156bhp models) and under 75.
A maximum of 2 minor convictions in the last 5 years (CU, MW, PC, PL, SP, TS codes only).
A maximum of 1 fault or theft claim per driver in the past 3 years.
All drivers must have a full UK/EU licence for a minimum of 1 year.


I was told at the dealership that the insurance and price is fixed for 3years, after that they can increase it
banned#11
Groaver
6000 miles is a bit mean but it is still cheap motoring with a new car.

heat


You can exceed the 6000miles annually, i told them i would do and you just altered the price to pay a bit extra, and it says that in the pretty long description! but cheers for the hear :)
banned#12
*Heat
#13
i think this is excellent really even if leasehire...insuance can be thousands for youngsters a year and if this just gets them on the road so they can keep a job down and have a life then its brilliant. I cant imagine how much insurance is in some areas but my friend has just changed cars and when she called to tell them they canceled her insurance! shes over 50 so why? cos her area is not a good area and they no longer insure people who live there as high risk, and its not a city centre either! If she kept he old car they would have not renewed. I think this will become more commonplace and so people will fail to get cover at all, and this scheme is therefore a winner!
#14
looks a bargain but can u have 1 yr
#15
What a con, 3 years free road tax? The road tax on a 107 is £0 anyway due to its low CO2 emissions!

Take into account that when you buy a new car you usually get 3 yr warranty and breakdown included anyway, essentially all you are getting over a standard PCP scheme is the servicing (approx £130 a year/£11 per month on a 107) and insurance. The cheapest PCP scheme for a 107 would be £100 a month so essentially, as this is £200 deposit and £212 a month, your insurance would normally have to be over £100 a month to be worthwhile.
banned#16
batistawhc
3 year contract, add on your cost of the monthly deal and initial deposit comes to £7630 (exc fuel) so if you can buy this car brand new for example £12,000 you would have to sell it for £4470 or less to have this as a good deal.

Sorry, quite poor actually. Even if it does include insurance (cheap for 25+ anyway)

to drive 10,000 miles annually for 3years plus deposit it costs £7772
My insurance for the same car if done separately and paying monthly over 3years would cost me £5000 assuming i dont crash and it goes up, add that with tax, breakdown cover and servicing over 3 years is going to be pushing a grand (v.quick estimate) so thats almost 6k with a load more direct debits and faffing about and id still have to buy the car
banned#17
aabarcellos
looks a bargain but can u have 1 yr


No just the three year contract
#18
Mikerry
batistawhc
3 year contract, add on your cost of the monthly deal and initial deposit comes to £7630 (exc fuel) so if you can buy this car brand new for example £12,000 you would have to sell it for £4470 or less to have this as a good deal.

Sorry, quite poor actually. Even if it does include insurance (cheap for 25+ anyway)

to drive 10,000 miles annually for 3years plus deposit it costs £7772
My insurance for the same car if done separately and paying monthly over 3years would cost me £5000 assuming i dont crash and it goes up, add that with tax, breakdown cover and servicing over 3 years is going to be pushing a grand (v.quick estimate) so thats almost 6k with a load more direct debits and faffing about and id still have to buy the car
£5k for 3 years insurance on that?! as an over 25, i can only assume (to pay £1666 per year insurance) you're a brand new driver or have had convictions. its also cheaper to pay per year and not per month. Add the price of the car in to all this too. For me, insurance on this is a few hundred per year so its why it sbad price for me.
#19
With this deal a 107 for 3 years with insurance = £7,832

New 107 = £7,490
Insurance (for me) = £700 x 3 = £2,100
Re-sale value after 3 years (approx) = 3,995

7,490 + 2,100 - 3,995 = £5,595

So I would say you will be close to £2,000 better off buying the car. With APR over 3 years maybe £1,000 better off.
banned#20
batistawhc
Mikerry
batistawhc
3 year contract, add on your cost of the monthly deal and initial deposit comes to £7630 (exc fuel) so if you can buy this car brand new for example £12,000 you would have to sell it for £4470 or less to have this as a good deal.

Sorry, quite poor actually. Even if it does include insurance (cheap for 25+ anyway)

to drive 10,000 miles annually for 3years plus deposit it costs £7772
My insurance for the same car if done separately and paying monthly over 3years would cost me £5000 assuming i dont crash and it goes up, add that with tax, breakdown cover and servicing over 3 years is going to be pushing a grand (v.quick estimate) so thats almost 6k with a load more direct debits and faffing about and id still have to buy the car
£5k for 3 years insurance on that?! as an over 25, i can only assume (to pay £1666 per year insurance) you're a brand new driver or have had convictions. its also cheaper to pay per year and not per month. Add the price of the car in to all this too. For me, insurance on this is a few hundred per year so its why it sbad price for me.


I've been driving for nearly 4years and have never had a single conviction
batistawhc
Mikerry
batistawhc
3 year contract, add on your cost of the monthly deal and initial deposit comes to £7630 (exc fuel) so if you can buy this car brand new for example £12,000 you would have to sell it for £4470 or less to have this as a good deal.

Sorry, quite poor actually. Even if it does include insurance (cheap for 25+ anyway)

to drive 10,000 miles annually for 3years plus deposit it costs £7772
My insurance for the same car if done separately and paying monthly over 3years would cost me £5000 assuming i dont crash and it goes up, add that with tax, breakdown cover and servicing over 3 years is going to be pushing a grand (v.quick estimate) so thats almost 6k with a load more direct debits and faffing about and id still have to buy the car


£5k for 3 years insurance on that?! as an over 25, i can only assume (to pay £1666 per year insurance) you're a brand new driver or have had convictions. its also cheaper to pay per year and not per month. Add the price of the car in to all this too. For me, insurance on this is a few hundred per year so its why it sbad price for me.


I like how you assume that I'm a brand new driver, when I've been driving for nearly 4years and I've never had a crash, the deal is aimed at younger drivers my insurance would be that expensive because i'm 21 and male, maybe i live in a higher risk area than you! And i cant afford to pay per year for insurance atm because i've just graduated and starting work in 2weeks hence needing the car....Try and find me a cheaper option if you want/can?
#21
Mikerry
i'm 21 and male,
Offer is for over 25's only... thats why i assumed you were new, as if you were a new 25yr old driver, you would pay a higher price. If you had a licence for 4 years, clean and were 25 it would be a few hundred per year.

EDIT: I read it again and iver 21 for the small car. Still stnad my by statement, you're still cheaper buying the car and selling it later on, well in my case i am anyway.

Edited By: batistawhc on Oct 07, 2010 22:23: becuase
#22
I was looking at this myself on the 207 but the deposit of £1500 was a killer! I went to Vauxhall explained what they were doing at peugoet and the guy said sure we can sort you out. 1st with the swappage scheme i was givin £1500 for my old fiesta (which is what i paid a year agao) to put down as the deposit. he also took another £200 off for the tax and included 2 years servicing. So im paying £159 a month for the car (Corsa) everything covered and i just sort out my own insurance.

I can see this would benefit a new driver if their insurance is through the roof!

My Advice, Shop around!

Edited By: daymouse on Oct 08, 2010 09:53: crumpets
banned#23
daymouse
I was looking at this myself on the 207 but the deposit of £1500 was a killer! I went to Vauxhall explained what they were doing at peugoet and the guy said sure we can sort you out. 1st with the swappage scheme i was givin £1500 for my old fiesta (which is what i paid a year agao) to put down as the deposit. he also took another £200 off for the tax and included 2 years servicing. So im paying £159 a month for the car (Corsa) everything covered and i just sort out my own insurance.

I can see this would benefit a new driver if their insurance is through the roof!

My Advice, Shop around!


Fare enough if you can get it cheaper for you but there is no way i can get insurance for anywhere near £40 quid a month
#24
Hi,
Ive got a conviction on my licence will this mean im not eligible?
#25
I'm trying to buy a 207 under this scheme, and I feel that Peugeot have done everything to thwart my efforts. Three phone calls to their insurance people, five visits to the garage (two in the space of an hour), a car that was supposed to be picked up tonight, but couldn't be. We were actually in the garage at the agreed handover time and, although Peugeot Finance have had all the papers for 10 days, they decided at the last minute that they need yet more information before they'll release payment to the garage. We're now provisionally looking at tomorrow before we get the car. Would I recommend this scheme? Not on your life - it's not worth the hassle.
#26
hi, im really interested in this deal, but i have 9 points on my license. will i still be able to qualify for this does anybody know?

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