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0% APR / No Deposit Used Car Trade-In Deal @ Bristol Street Motors
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0% APR / No Deposit Used Car Trade-In Deal @ Bristol Street Motors

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Posted 15th JunAvailable: National

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Hot. I don’t have a used car.. any hack around that?
Quick maths shows that anyone with a decent credit history can get a loan at a low rate for a loan which means you're not buying from someone advertising 0% Apr when in reality the price of the car is higher to take that into account. With a loan you have more choice to shop around including private and can get more discount on the price as you are paying "cash". Not that I endorse loans or anything, just saying.
kobirulali16/06/2019 01:30

Quick maths shows that anyone with a decent credit history can get a loan …Quick maths shows that anyone with a decent credit history can get a loan at a low rate for a loan which means you're not buying from someone advertising 0% Apr when in reality the price of the car is higher to take that into account. With a loan you have more choice to shop around including private and can get more discount on the price as you are paying "cash". Not that I endorse loans or anything, just saying.


Hear hear. It’s not a good deal if they’re saying “I’ll get you 0% credit but give you an awful price on your trade in”. Beware.
I tried this 2 days ago after seeing it on an advert. The price they offered me for my car was pathetic. £1500 less than what webuyanycar offered. And they hadn't even seen it yet so no doubt the price would tumble even more. I don't understand it, surely if I'm going to be buying a car from them they'd offer a good trade in.
Pauladin9116/06/2019 07:43

I tried this 2 days ago after seeing it on an advert. The price they …I tried this 2 days ago after seeing it on an advert. The price they offered me for my car was pathetic. £1500 less than what webuyanycar offered. And they hadn't even seen it yet so no doubt the price would tumble even more. I don't understand it, surely if I'm going to be buying a car from them they'd offer a good trade in.


There's only ever one winner in a used or new car purchase from a dealer, and it's not the customer!!
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