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diesel is a liability - theguardian.com/pol…one


the market is going to be flooded with cheap second hand diesals
bargain bought 10 for ebay
ZapGod14/07/2019 15:17

diesel is a liability - …diesel is a liability - https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jan/05/london-ultra-low-emission-zonethe market is going to be flooded with cheap second hand diesals


You do know that some people in the UK don't live in London and never drive there?
Won't recommend people to buy new diesel, they will in near future be band or pay high charges just to drive.
It will take decades to phase out diesels for two reasons. Some people keep hold of their cars for a very long time which makes it impossible for the government to force people to stop using diesels for a long long time, secondly electric is no where near being a replacement for diesel. the government and green do-gooders are dillusional.
hotdealseeker14/07/2019 16:28

Won't recommend people to buy new diesel, they will in near future be band …Won't recommend people to buy new diesel, they will in near future be band or pay high charges just to drive.


Think about what your saying, aren’t most new diesels euro 6 rated ie £30 a year road tax or even £0. Them prices are based on emissions and are better than most Petrol engines
Degzy7714/07/2019 16:58

Think about what your saying, aren’t most new diesels euro 6 rated ie £30 a …Think about what your saying, aren’t most new diesels euro 6 rated ie £30 a year road tax or even £0. Them prices are based on emissions and are better than most Petrol engines


That’s duff info too - the last petrol and diesel cars that qualified for free/cheap VED were registered back in March 2017. Minimum since April 2017 is £145.
ezzer7214/07/2019 17:03

That’s duff info too - the last petrol and diesel cars that qualified for f …That’s duff info too - the last petrol and diesel cars that qualified for free/cheap VED were registered back in March 2017. Minimum since April 2017 is £145.


Ask yourself why that is? Sales of diesels were sky highly and they wanted more petrol cars sold
Degzy7714/07/2019 17:10

Ask yourself why that is? Sales of diesels were sky highly and they wanted …Ask yourself why that is? Sales of diesels were sky highly and they wanted more petrol cars sold


Wrong again - most small, efficient petrol cars were free/£30 too, they all went up to £140 (now £145) on exactly the same date.
Uridium14/07/2019 16:04

You do know that some people in the UK don't live in London and never …You do know that some people in the UK don't live in London and never drive there?


Yes, but London contains so many diesels that the British market will flood with cheap second hand diesels. Its simple economics, the law of supply and demand.
ZapGod14/07/2019 19:51

Yes, but London contains so many diesels that the British market will …Yes, but London contains so many diesels that the British market will flood with cheap second hand diesels. Its simple economics, the law of supply and demand.


And how is that relevant to someone leasing a car?
Uridium14/07/2019 19:58

And how is that relevant to someone leasing a car?


Well Lol, I missed it was a lease deal, my bad, in fact its safer for someone to lease than to buy with the diesel crash on the horizon, just so long as the lease does not run past October 2021. However the nearer we get to that date expect them to give them away in cereal boxes
Edited by: "ZapGod" 14th Jul
ZapGod14/07/2019 20:03

Well Lol, I missed it was a lease deal, my bad, in fact its safer for …Well Lol, I missed it was a lease deal, my bad, in fact its safer for someone to lease than to buy with the diesel crash on the horizon, just so long as the lease does not run past October 2021. However the nearer we get to that date expect them to give them away in cereal boxes

So what will happen to those on a lease that goes beyond October 21?
mrew4215/07/2019 16:09

So what will happen to those on a lease that goes beyond October 21?


Not a lot. They won’t ban them soon anyway, it’s all media scaremongering and the government just looking for extra tax revenues. Makes the brexit campaign look factually correct.
2003bluecat15/07/2019 16:22

Not a lot. They won’t ban them soon anyway, it’s all media scaremongering a …Not a lot. They won’t ban them soon anyway, it’s all media scaremongering and the government just looking for extra tax revenues. Makes the brexit campaign look factually correct.


(I know, that's why I asked him to tell me )
mrew4215/07/2019 16:09

So what will happen to those on a lease that goes beyond October 21?


My point is these lease deals will get hugely cheaper once the panic sets in as we get nearer to that date so you will miss a chance to pick up a cheap diesel. theguardian.com/pol…one
ZapGod15/07/2019 17:37

My point is these lease deals will get hugely cheaper once the panic sets …My point is these lease deals will get hugely cheaper once the panic sets in as we get nearer to that date so you will miss a chance to pick up a cheap diesel. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jan/05/london-ultra-low-emission-zone


That article suggests it will only affect diesel cars made before 2015.
2003bluecat15/07/2019 19:51

That article suggests it will only affect diesel cars made before 2015.


But that will not stop the second hand market getting flooded with cheap diesel mercs etc. Law of supply and demand. If I can drive a top of the line used merc for peanuts why would I want to drop any money on a new diesel audi even on a lease unless I am living in London and have to.
Edited by: "ZapGod" 15th Jul
ZapGod15/07/2019 20:07

But that will not stop the second hand market getting flooded with cheap …But that will not stop the second hand market getting flooded with cheap diesel mercs etc. Law of supply and demand. If I can drive a top of the line used merc for peanuts why would I want to drop any money on a new diesel audi even on a lease unless I am living in London and have to.


Good point. Maybe those crafty vehicle manufacturers have engineered some built-in obsolescence into the upcoming crop.

Still, you almost can drive a top of the range one for peanuts now, perhaps why in general lease prices have increased the last few years.
Not sure on these Facelift A7s
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