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Peugeot 208 Access 1.0 VTI £159.00 month inc insurance and servicing @ Richard Hardie Peugeot

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This may not be for everyone but saw this advertised at Richard Hardie Peugeot, it is the just add fuel promotion granted it is pcp but for this price it includes insurance and servicing I think it is…
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Expect a lot of 208's to be dumped on the market come 3 years time.

Something similar happened with the Saxo VTS/VTR's. Free insurance deals, then once it ended they were px'd / sold as people could not afford them. The price of the Saxo VTS/VTR fell rather fast as the 2nd hand market was swamped by private sellers/ex-dealer auction cars.

A good deal, but they should be clearer in the advert as the JAF bit is in the **bit of the text at the bottom, with a £2400 initial deposit.

Actually the VTS model kept it's value better than the other models in the range, just not as well as it's sister car the 106 GTi.

Citroen's of the past (since 90s) have not had a reputation for high resale value, as you say due to free insurance and the constant VAT free deals they used to run.

However with the DS range it's changed things, made them more desirable and fewer dealer discounts, equalling better residuals.

Regarding the 3 years comment, you could say the same about any popular selling car, companies and private buyers have a habit of ditching cars at 3 years old (MOT time and warranty expires on some brands). Ford's PCP deal is usually over two years and it's not hard to find a dealership full of 24 month old models.
Expect a lot of 208's to be dumped on the market come 3 years time.

Something similar happened with the Saxo VTS/VTR's. Free insurance deals, then once it ended they were px'd / sold as people could not afford them. The price of the Saxo VTS/VTR fell rather fast as the 2nd hand market was swamped by private sellers/ex-dealer auction cars.

A good deal, but they should be clearer in the advert as the JAF bit is in the **bit of the text at the bottom, with a £2400 initial deposit.
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androoski
Besford
[quote=Bumnut53] Never had a problem with peugeot cars.Put 140k on a 306 diesel no problems at all.
My 'reliable' VW caused me more problems

FACTS: in representative surveys with adequate samples French and Italian cars take the bottom places for reliability, Germans such as VW and BMW are mid table and the Japanese have most of the top places (though you may be surprised to see Jaguar up there too and Nissan is not so good!). Of course, your own car (a sample of one) may be much better or worse than similar cars but the fact is that, if you want the best chance of reliability, you need to buy a boring Toyota or a slightly more interesting Honda or Mazda. Only buy French or Italian if the price is so good that it will make up for the hassle! In recent times I'd also suggest taking a serious look at KIA and Hyundai - used to be horrible cars but not any more and the warranties are long.

ReliabilityIndex.com (based on warranty claims).

Top 10 Most Reliable Cars:
1. Honda Jazz
2. Mitsubishi Lancer.
3. Vauxhall Agila
4. Toyota Yaris
5. Mazda MX-5
6. Suzuki Alto
7. Citroen Saxo
8. Suzukia Liana
9. Honda HR-V
10. Hyundai Getz

Bottom 10 (LEAST reliable):

1 AUDI RS6
2 BMW M5
3 Porsche 911 996
4 Mercedes-Benz V-Class
5 Bentley Continental GT
6 Mercedes-Benz CL
7 Mercedes-Benz GL
8 Mercedes-Benz SL
9 Audi Q7
10 Audi A6 Allroad

What does this prove? Nothing really, it's just another way of looking at it. But it's more tech on cars that causes trouble. Basic ones have less to go wrong.

There's no data for a 208 because it's too new, but the 207 rates as more reliable than a VW Golf.
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If you look at the top ten list if most reliable cars then there's a definable pattern. Mostly driven by old people who do diddly squat mileage. I mean when was the last time you saw a Mitsubishi lancer, where as the bottom ten will all be high mileage company hacks who will get everything paid for by their company.

My boss used to have a Lancer, about 340bhp, definitely not an old persons car. ;)
androoski
Besford
[quote=Bumnut53] Never had a problem with peugeot cars.Put 140k on a 306 diesel no problems at all.
My 'reliable' VW caused me more problems

FACTS: in representative surveys with adequate samples French and Italian cars take the bottom places for reliability, Germans such as VW and BMW are mid table and the Japanese have most of the top places (though you may be surprised to see Jaguar up there too and Nissan is not so good!). Of course, your own car (a sample of one) may be much better or worse than similar cars but the fact is that, if you want the best chance of reliability, you need to buy a boring Toyota or a slightly more interesting Honda or Mazda. Only buy French or Italian if the price is so good that it will make up for the hassle! In recent times I'd also suggest taking a serious look at KIA and Hyundai - used to be horrible cars but not any more and the warranties are long.

ReliabilityIndex.com (based on warranty claims).

Top 10 Most Reliable Cars:
1. Honda Jazz
2. Mitsubishi Lancer.
3. Vauxhall Agila
4. Toyota Yaris
5. Mazda MX-5
6. Suzuki Alto
7. Citroen Saxo
8. Suzukia Liana
9. Honda HR-V
10. Hyundai Getz

Bottom 10 (LEAST reliable):

1 AUDI RS6
2 BMW M5
3 Porsche 911 996
4 Mercedes-Benz V-Class
5 Bentley Continental GT
6 Mercedes-Benz CL
7 Mercedes-Benz GL
8 Mercedes-Benz SL
9 Audi Q7
10 Audi A6 Allroad

What does this prove? Nothing really, it's just another way of looking at it. But it's more tech on cars that causes trouble. Basic ones have less to go wrong.

There's no data for a 208 because it's too new, but the 207 rates as more reliable than a VW Golf.
[/quote
If you look at the top ten list if most reliable cars then there's a definable pattern. Mostly driven by old people who do diddly squat mileage. I mean when was the last time you saw a Mitsubishi lancer, where as the bottom ten will all be high mileage company hacks who will get everything paid for by their company.
I have checked and this offer isnt for the "Just add fuel" - it is just a misleading online ad designed to make people think it is and to generate interest. The £159 offer from the link is just the standard PCP offer to buy, and doesnt include servicing, insurance etc.

PLEASE COULD SOMEONE EXPIRE THIS AND SAVE PEOPLE SOME WASTED TIME
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