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Saw this advertised in the paper today and thought it was a very good deal! A good sized car for just £99 per month and no need for a deposit either! The term is 48 months with the optional final payment at the end of £2,232.

Total payment including the interest is only £7,083! That is a very cheap new car.

Worth a look if your in the market for a new runabout.
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#1
its french:whistling:
#2
They say no deposit so you pay more in interest, best with a deposit and pay less each month
#3
hmm, that does seem really good. ive a friend who needs a car and just 99 quid a month this could be just the ticket.
#4
homer_213
They say no deposit so you pay more in interest, best with a deposit and pay less each month


Exactly, so the deal gets even better :thumbsup:
#5
Only buy if you are happy to spend many a long hour waiting for 'Roadside Recovery', I would never buy French again, more unreliable than 'British Rail' used to be!!!:whistling: God i'm showing my age aren't I, British Rail.:o

Anyway not voting cold as this seems to be a good deal for this car if you were thinking of buying anyway, and I hate it when people vote things cold without stating where you can find cheaper, or just because they don't like the product (which I obviously don't in this cae).

One last thing (can't resist)

Main Specifications:

2 x 15W RDS radio CD with fingertip remote control
15" Yaghan wheel trims
Manual front windows
Irus upholstery with carbon trim

Thats a pretty c**p 'Main Specification' :w00t:
#6
yorkie
Only buy if you are happy to spend many a long hour waiting for 'Roadside Recovery', I would never buy French again, more unreliable than 'British Rail' used to be!!!:whistling: God i'm showing my age aren't I, British Rail.:o

Anyway not voting cold as this seems to be a good deal for this car if you were thinking of buying anyway, and I hate it when people vote things cold without stating where you can find cheaper, or just because they don't like the product (which I obviously don't in this cae).

One last thing (can't resist)

Main Specifications:

2 x 15W RDS radio CD with fingertip remote control
15" Yaghan wheel trims
Manual front windows
Irus upholstery with carbon trim

Thats a pretty c**p 'Main Specification' :w00t:


It's a £7k car! What do you expect????

By the way I think it's down to individual experience as me and the mrs have had a few French cars and for sure the build quality isn't the best but they are good value for money. :p
#7
My dad's a mechanic, and I keep ending up with French cars that die on his customers. This must be a bad sign....

Over the past 5 years I've had 2 x Peugeot 205's, 1 x Peugeot 405 mi16v, 2 x Citroen Xantia's and 1 x Peugeot 306 hdi!
#8
Saw this offer and thought it was great.
Brand new car, 3 year warranty, no MOT's or breakdown costs to contend with for £99 quid a month - Excellent.
Looked on the Renault website for more details, car has manual window winders whatever they are.
Poor spec but excellent safe car nuff said.
#9
1900al
It's a £7k car! What do you expect????

By the way I think it's down to individual experience as me and the mrs have had a few French cars and for sure the build quality isn't the best but they are good value for money. :p


I too once bought French (Citreon and never again), like I say i'm not knocking deal as everybody is entitled to their opinion and like you say will take their own experiences into account. As for the 7k price well there are a few other 7k cars out there too.

http://www.ford.co.uk/ns7/ka/Ka_models/ka_model_studio/-/-/-/-

http://www.daihatsu.co.uk/sirion/ (way better spec and reliable)

http://www.kia.co.uk/picantoicepricing.asp (only 6k and more reliable than the froggie)

And to reiterate I haven't voted cold, hot or in between, as if you are after this car it seems a good deal, just pointing out my experiences and my preferences when it comes to cars.

If you buy good luck, and hope you have many trouble free years of motoring.
#10
great deal. i have 2 french cars and never had a problem (206 and 207). modern french cars are fine and with a 3 year warrenty you cant go wrong.
#11
This is one of the most reliable cars you can get.

http://www.europarts.com.au/images/links/504_taxi.jpg
#12
lol....had a clio for years....best car I ever had...
#13
yinujim
This is one of the most reliable cars you can get.

http://www.europarts.com.au/images/links/504_taxi.jpg


:thumbsup:
http://www.funnychill.com/files/funny-pictures/overloaded-car.jpg


http://johnandloripowers.com/LittleCar/LittleCar.jpg

:giggle:
#14
lol.....:-D
#15
Until renault admit there is a problem with the bonnet clips and sort it out I wouldn't touch a Clio with a barge pole.

My best mate was nearly a late best mate when her bonnet flew up when she was driving @ 60 mph on a dual carriageway.

Watchdog have had a field day with this, as its happened to thousands of ppl.

It was supposedly not an issue on the MK 2 clio but it has still been happening.

If its only a round about town car then fair enough but if you are palnning on driving @ speed on motorways then personally I would avoid.
#16
Great deal if you're short on money and too posh to own a second hand car. Monthly petrol, tax, upkeep will probably cost more!

Although if you'll die then maybe it's not such a hot car...
#17
The clio's are very good cars. Renault is probably the best french car maker. However this is a awful deal. They want 5.9% APR ????? and there is no free serviceing either???? sacrebleu!!!!!!!!
Heres my alternative idea, visit :- http://www.mitsubishi-cars.co.uk/colt/
Then like me, go to you local mitsubishi dealer and see what finance deal he will give you? I managed to get a 0% deal for 2 years on a new colt.
#18
100 a month for 4 years!!! and all for a clio that devalues as fast as a focus! No wonder this country is heading into a recession. you would do better saving a few grand and buying something second hand for about 5 grand and borrow money off your bank.
Better still, save up the lot and pay less in the long run. I never buy anything on credit, whats the point if you gotta pay in the end anyway? Just think of all the money you would have each week if you never owed anything.
#19
Get a Vauxhall Corsa1.0i 12V Expression 3dr from a broker for under £6333 (Drive the Deal), get a 6.3% APR loan over 48 months. Have fun reliable motoring for the next 8 years at least for £7,180.96. Voted Car of the Year
#20
I was about to pay for this car until i seen it had manual window winders, oh how i cheated death.



just kiddin, not enough of these deals on this site thanks.
#21
anne1973;1565197
its french:whistling:



Yeah.. because that's so funny... :thinking:
1 Like #22
My money would go on the Sirion, as the Daihatsu range are so reliable.

& you get a 5 year warranty
#23
Best to look at this as a cheap four year rental deal and hand the car back after the term rather than make the final payment. On that basis it looks a fair offer. However, you would need to check the possibly of a penalty against you should you decide to change for something else before the end of the four year term.
#24
yorkie
I too once bought French (Citreon and never again), like I say i'm not knocking deal as everybody is entitled to their opinion and like you say will take their own experiences into account. As for the 7k price well there are a few other 7k cars out there too.

http://www.ford.co.uk/ns7/ka/Ka_models/ka_model_studio/-/-/-/-

http://www.daihatsu.co.uk/sirion/ (way better spec and reliable)

http://www.kia.co.uk/picantoicepricing.asp (only 6k and more reliable than the froggie)

And to reiterate I haven't voted cold, hot or in between, as if you are after this car it seems a good deal, just pointing out my experiences and my preferences when it comes to cars.

If you buy good luck, and hope you have many trouble free years of motoring.



I think Kia's main selling point is it comes with a 7 year/100k warranty? Correct me if I'm wrong. :)
#25
Lol.....................
#26
mumto3
Until renault admit there is a problem with the bonnet clips and sort it out I wouldn't touch a Clio with a barge pole.

My best mate was nearly a late best mate when her bonnet flew up when she was driving @ 60 mph on a dual carriageway.

Watchdog have had a field day with this, as its happened to thousands of ppl.

It was supposedly not an issue on the MK 2 clio but it has still been happening.

If its only a round about town car then fair enough but if you are palnning on driving @ speed on motorways then personally I would avoid.


i worked as an apprentice mechanic for renault, no less and when participating in a road test of a repair, the bonnet actually flew open as we drove down a country road!

what a scary moment that was!

best bit was, it was a wiring repair and the bonnet hadnt been opened.
1 Like #27
mumto3
Until renault admit there is a problem with the bonnet clips and sort it out I wouldn't touch a Clio with a barge pole.


That was actually the Clio II, this is the new Clio III isn't it - the bonnet catch is totally different. I checked mine over.

I've had my Clio III for over 12 months now and no problems so far! It's also much bigger than the previous Clio II model and all the alternatives in the price range - I couldn't see much difference between it and the Megan. I needed a big boot so it was ideal for me.
#28
I can't see anyone here being interested in this 'deal' for a new car.
Only stupid people who love wasting money buy new cars...not really in the spirit of HDUK ;-)
#29
fitzybhoy;1566522
i worked as an apprentice mechanic for renault, no less and when participating in a road test of a repair, the bonnet actually flew open as we drove down a country road!

what a scary moment that was!

best bit was, it was a wiring repair and the bonnet hadnt been opened.

I'm sure Watchdog would love to hear from you.
We have a Scenic at the moment and it's the most unreliable car ever; many electrical and faulty sensor problems, auto gearbox crashes when cold, immobilisor disables the engine when hot and a front spring snapped at 60mph. If we'd have repaired the auto box and immobilser with Renault it would have cost over 5 grand, so we just put up with it. All on a car with less than 55,000 miles
#30
dont like citroeon or peugeuot had lots of problems with those but i have a renault megane - had it 8 yrs and had very little trouble with it

been a fab car up until now
#31
*only* 7k? how much are you earning?

used with 40k miles for 2.5k at my local
#32
Simulacra
I can't see anyone here being interested in this 'deal' for a new car.
Only stupid people who love wasting money buy new cars...not really in the spirit of HDUK ;-)


I can see where you're coming from. HOWEVER, £99 a month for a brand new car with 3 years warranty and no MOTs to worry about for 3 years seems pretty reasonable to me.
#33
voted hot as we rarely get car deals on here.
#34
anne1973
its french:whistling:


so what??? being racist?? :whistling::whistling:

typically English I would say, that happened when there was the promotion for Euro tunnel,

same rubbish talking, oh well :whistling:
#35
im after my first car (just passed) would this be a good deal??
#36
Dedcon
I can see where you're coming from. HOWEVER, £99 a month for a brand new car with 3 years warranty and no MOTs to worry about for 3 years seems pretty reasonable to me.


Well said, hence why I posted. I know alot of people who regularly commute and feel (rightly or wrongly) that a new car will be more reliable (not always the case though). Very safe and cheap to run though.
#37
greenberg99
im after my first car (just passed) would this be a good deal??


If you are determined to have a brand new car then why not? However i'd resist getting a brand new car for a least two years after passing your test as statisticly you are most likely to have an accident in the first couple of years.
#38
Im not too fussed about the new car jobby it just seems such a good deal!
banned#39
Foxy102
My dad's a mechanic, and I keep ending up with French cars that die on his customers. This must be a bad sign....

Over the past 5 years I've had 2 x Peugeot 205's, 1 x Peugeot 405 mi16v, 2 x Citroen Xantia's and 1 x Peugeot 306 hdi!


Yet you still buy them or am I missing the point?
#40
mumto3
Until renault admit there is a problem with the bonnet clips and sort it out I wouldn't touch a Clio with a barge pole.


I've seen a few on the hard shoulder with a smashed windscreen and bonnet resting on top. The way renault have handled the issue is awful no way would i ever buy from them.

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