0% APR finance + no deposit on ALL used cars @ Bristol street motors
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0% APR finance + no deposit on ALL used cars @ Bristol street motors

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Found 7th Dec 2015
Up to 5 years 0% finance and no deposit required for all used cars. Offer has been extended until Monday 14th December.

For anybody looking at a used car maybe worth it.
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Are they a good or dodgy car dealer?
Do they bump up the price to cover the finance deal?
chegz60

Are they a good or dodgy car dealer? Do they bump up the price to cover … Are they a good or dodgy car dealer? Do they bump up the price to cover the finance deal?


Nah govner we are straight down the line hahahaaa
I bought a pre ref Nissan x trail from another part of this group maklin motor in Glasgow and couldn't be happier with the service and the car was about 6k cheaper than new.
Great deal - even better if the screen price is negotiable.
Will never deal with these guys again. Went for a new Mazda 3 at the Cheltenham branch. I came in for a different but the sales guy was so pushy and I ended up applying for car finance which was my last option. I paid £500 card deposit as the agent blatantly lied that only 2 Mazda 3s are left to their name. They promised to call me the next day after the finance was finalised but they never did and guess what the agent went on holidays the next day. I called the branch first thing after not hearing from them. The manager explained the agent was on holiday but he would take care of it but advised that the still trying to find a finance company; I applied with Baylis Vauxhall Cheltenham and got accepted straight....now the fun begins trying to recover my deposit. They said my deposit has been refunded back to my card but it wasn't and I found out about their bullshyt about 3 days after they not seeing my deposit. Went over just for the manager to refuse to talk to me and somebody else called the finance department who refunded the deposit to my card instantly. Avoid them..,well I would. If you call to complain they would put your call through to the same managers who don't care about your complain.
What a load of ****!!!!!!!
Please get real folks. Run for the hills when you see these 'deals'. You get feck all off from a dealer, unless you negotiate so hard that the manager comes out, and then you start to really negotiate. If you conclude a deal with the salesperson only, you have been seriously shafted. I could write a book.
bruceboy

What a load of ****!!!!!!!Please get real folks. Run for the hills when … What a load of ****!!!!!!!Please get real folks. Run for the hills when you see these 'deals'. You get feck all off from a dealer, unless you negotiate so hard that the manager comes out, and then you start to really negotiate. If you conclude a deal with the salesperson only, you have been seriously shafted. I could write a book.



People like you are why salesmen have a bad name. what are you doing? still buying a car the same way as in 1995? Margins are so small now and people who know what's going on will internet shop, the only one being shafted is you!! (but enjoy your mats and fuel)
Ha ha he's been watching too much wheeler dealers!
No such thing as free credit on a used car. The cost is hidden.
Edited by: "slo_moshun" 8th Dec 2015
joeeeallover

People like you are why salesmen have a bad name. what are you doing? … People like you are why salesmen have a bad name. what are you doing? still buying a car the same way as in 1995? Margins are so small now and people who know what's going on will internet shop, the only one being shafted is you!! (but enjoy your mats and fuel)


Been buying my new cars online for years. In the 1980's and early 90's I used brokers to get best prices. Now I get the best online price. Many large dealer groups will match these prices, many won't. Anyone who pays full list price for a car is getting shafted. One of my recent purchases a GM group car had a list price of over 10K, I paid 5.5K.

Edited by: "bruceboy" 8th Dec 2015
cossiecraig

Ha ha he's been watching too much wheeler dealers!


****.
Have purchased parts from their eBay shop no problems.
bruceboy

Been buying my new cars online for years. In the 1980's and early 90's I … Been buying my new cars online for years. In the 1980's and early 90's I used brokers to get best prices. Now I get the best online price. Many large dealer groups will match these prices, many won't. Anyone who pays full list price for a car is getting shafted. One of my recent purchases a GM group car had a list price of over 10K, I paid 5.5K.



I'd like to see that sales invoice for a 10k new car purchased for nearly half?!! And with the low margins dealers make I'm sure they would also like to know how you can be supplied a car less than they can for a single purchase. Granted some dealers/brokers can sometimes supply a certain model with a saving but this is when they are working for back end bonuses as there target has been met for that month.

Anyway listing is to do with used cars so how can you make the comment that people are getting shafted? There margins will vary on what the car stands them at plus costs of any repairs/warranty/valeting etc... I'm sure with all the tools of the wonderful Internet people can work out what the market value of the car should be they are interested in and make there own mind if it's a good buy or not instead of visiting forums listing someone like you sprout off your rubbish advice.
cossiecraig

I'd like to see that sales invoice for a 10k new car purchased for nearly … I'd like to see that sales invoice for a 10k new car purchased for nearly half?!! And with the low margins dealers make I'm sure they would also like to know how you can be supplied a car less than they can for a single purchase. Granted some dealers/brokers can sometimes supply a certain model with a saving but this is when they are working for back end bonuses as there target has been met for that month. Anyway listing is to do with used cars so how can you make the comment that people are getting shafted? There margins will vary on what the car stands them at plus costs of any repairs/warranty/valeting etc... I'm sure with all the tools of the wonderful Internet people can work out what the market value of the car should be they are interested in and make there own mind if it's a good buy or not instead of visiting forums listing someone like you sprout off your rubbish advice.


Sod off ya bampot. Not wasting any more of my time giving a more considered response. You obviously don't know how to get a good deal. I DO.
bruceboy

Sod off ya bampot. Not wasting any more of my time giving a more … Sod off ya bampot. Not wasting any more of my time giving a more considered response. You obviously don't know how to get a good deal. I DO.



Ah I get it. Clearly from the name 'bruceboy' and the colourful language can we assume you are from north of the border. No wonder you get a good deal.
For the rest of us 'Wur all Doomed'!!
bruceboy

****.



​Four stars, not bad. I think I'd have given 4.5, extra half a star for correct use of apostrophe. If only there'd been an exclamation mark after the second "ha" I'd have given the full 5 stars.
Terrible company, appalling customer service, not very honest. Avoid at all costs.
The 0% for 5 years is only for up to 5k, higher amounts are still eligible but for graduated lesser periods of time
Was offered £150 off a 10 grand motor from a sales guy told them they were having a laugh in the end i think i got a grand off inc my old motor and they drove it down from durham free of charge and left me with a full tank not a bad deal but i did pay cash.
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