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Auto Trader is the place British car buyers go to find great deals on a new vehicle. With a range of new and second hand vehicles stretching from sports cars to caravans, there should be something to suit everyone’s needs. Auto Trader also offer plenty of discounts and the latest deals can all be found on their HotUKDeals listings. Read more

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Fiat Panda 4x4 - 0.9 TwinAir - Brand New 20 Reg £11,995 at Auto Trader (Stoneacre Cleckheaton Fiat)
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Fiat Panda 4x4 - 0.9 TwinAir - Brand New 20 Reg £11,995 at Auto Trader (Stoneacre Cleckheaton Fiat)
£11,995
One of a number of Fiat main dealers offering similar deals. Metalic paint included. These are unregistered 2019 model year stock. Cracking price for a very well liked 4x4 model… Read more
MrKrabs

Hot. Love crap cars. Always loved the old 80's 4x4 panda. For those moaning about the ncap rating, your 10 year old BMW would fare even worse against the same criteria.

Bad.Actor

Ahh, ok. I thought modern cars with power steering had that anyway where the steering tightens up at higher speeds and becomes lighter at lower speeds. That's why I thought Fiat's term for it was marketing bull.

how2

If you want a small 4*4 with great fuel economy get a small Suzuki

how2

Latest test standard (WLTP) Explanation 36.7 - 37.2 mpg

Waterbuoy

Depreciation is also based on list price, if you have a load of money off (as here), it's it can depreciate less than another car with a smaller discount but "lower depreciation".

Fiat Panda 1.2 8v Easy (s/s) 5dr - Brand new - 20 Reg £8490 @ T J Vickers Telford / Auto Trader
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Fiat Panda 1.2 8v Easy (s/s) 5dr - Brand new - 20 Reg £8490 @ T J Vickers Telford / Auto Trader
£8,490
21% off Brand new Fiat Panda, OTR inc 12 months tax, plates etc. Mid spec includes : ESP - ASR - Hill Holder Longitudinal Roof Bars - Black Luggage Compartment Light Manua… Read more
retropolis

Nothing worse. I despise drivers who are impatient and don't use indicators. I think it's any fast car in the hands of an irresponsible aggressive driver. Speed kills innocent victims.

Mr_Droopy_Moobs

Totally agree with the sentiment of what you are saying (i.e. its never going to win a race, but its fine for its purpose), but you state you have the 0.9 litre (over 100lb ft of torque), which is the twin air turbo thing, isn't it? Furthermore, the 1.2 litre being advertised here is the non turbo with about 25% less torque (75lb ft) and about 20% less power? I imagine your car is quite nippy but the 1.2 may feel a bit slow in comparison?

Ogmizzyman

I can personally vouch for the panda being a great little motor for town. I currently still use a 1.2 panda for nipping about. Admittedly it's not going to be ideal for barreling up and down the motorways or carving up a country road in the mountains but in the real world its a great little car. I have a classic porsche and a four wheel drive diesel Audi estate for the motorway miles and weekend drives but for an A to B car its hard to beat! Plus its cheap as chips to run and maintain

AndyPr

And it's always the Audis and BMW's with indicators that are never used sitting impatiently behind whose drivers crash and kill innocent others!

retropolis

When they're pig ugly they're usually reliable, but fix it again today didn't get its name for no reason. Fair enough, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. BTW, it's always a Fiat Panda that holds everyone up and causes tailbacks on single lane roads. Probably the safest drivers ever.

Audi A6 Avant 2.0 TDI 40 Sport Avant 5dr Diesel S Tronic (s/s) (204 ps) £28,950 @ Stoke Audio / Auto Trader
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Audi A6 Avant 2.0 TDI 40 Sport Avant 5dr Diesel S Tronic (s/s) (204 ps) £28,950 @ Stoke Audio / Auto Trader
£28,950£29,9993%
Spotted this on auto trader. Stoke Audi have a deal on this pre registered A6 Avant. Dealer contribution of £14970. Estate Diesel Auto 2litre 5 door 5 seats Metallic floret silver … Read more
djh1975

Way too common and doesn't come with indicators.

CookieNomnomnom

Why would the car already be in lane 3? It could possibly just moved to lane 2? As you wouldn't want it hogging lane 3 :) That's a very bold statement to make, do you have any evidence? Also what conditions are we talking about?

thezoidberg

In my opinion, a lot of this is caused by people's inability to judge speed and distance correctly. I see so many drivers move out to overtake something that's miles ahead because they are slowly gaining on it, not realising it will take them several minutes to get anywhere near it, this has a knock on effect which is then exaggerated by the fact that they do not pull back once they finally complete the overtake. All jokes aside about what brand of car people drive, the standard of driving in this country is an absolute joke, Don't even get me started on the folks who I see move out a lane when there is literally nothing in front of them to overtake. Honestly, I think all car drivers should be made to spend some time riding a motorbike, I think then they would have more appreciation for reading the road and being more aware of what is happening around them.

DomVert

Must've sold then.

GadgetSheriff

Cheapest Audi A6 Avant on Autotrader is £36.939

Peugeot 508 GT Fastback THP Auto 36 Month Lease, 6000 MPA £2124 inc vat upfront 36 x £354 per month inc vat (6+36) £14,868 @ Auto trader
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Peugeot 508 GT Fastback THP Auto 36 Month Lease, 6000 MPA £2124 inc vat upfront 36 x £354 per month inc vat (6+36) £14,868 @ Auto trader
£14,868
I've walked past my local Peugeot dealer this morning and they have a deep red 508 GT with full leather, sat nav and electric tailgate in their showroom for £295 a month plus vat o… Read more
shininghero

Could this be the coldest car lease deal this year?

stealth666

When you were at uni.... unlikely it's the cars fault ;)

SuperZesh

In 1.5 years, these will be going for around 15k. If that. So save your money, and get one then.

Bargainhunter53849

We have had peugeot for last 8 years as a second car and leased them , 208, 308 Gt line and now have the 3008 GT.... in my opinion the peugeot qulity now is fantastic for the money and the perform very well, spec wise dwarfs great value for the money and great reliability never had a single issue ....but I paid nowhere near the above so not a great deal on this sorry!

ahenners

So cold that I wish I could vote twice on it

Free insurance write off check before you buy a second hand car - saves £10+ on a HPI check @ Auto Trader
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Free insurance write off check before you buy a second hand car - saves £10+ on a HPI check @ Auto Trader
FREE£10
If you are looking to buy a second hand car and want to do some basic checks if the car is an insurance write off and not have to pay approximately £10 to £24 for a HPI check, then… Read more
Davjack

The Hire Purchase Act 1964 says that if a private buyer buys a car in good faith not knowing that there is HP outstanding on it, then they become the legal owner. I am not suggesting that you should rely on this instead of doing proper checks but is a safeguard worth remembering. i once spent an anxious weekend after I received a letter from an HP company saying that there was outstanding finance on the car I had bought several months before. I thought they were going to seize the car. Obviously they don’t publicise this clause in the HP Act. I wrote to them explaining that I was a private individual who had bought the car for my own private use not knowing that there was outstanding HP - would they confirm in terms of the HP Act 1964 that I was now the legal owner. They replied that they had no further interest in the car. The full explanation is here https://www.carfinance247.co.uk/blogpost/346/more-used-cars-are-being-sold-with-outstanding-finance--warn-experts-

muz379

Probably not , but then that could be the case with any car you look at , even approved used . Dealerships will have companies like chips away in to carry out minor repairs . And will have body shops for more extensive "wear and tear" The point is though if the car is recorded as any category of write off it will lose a fraction of its value . So better to know before buying it instead of when you come to sell it.

deleted1965997

This was literally my first car assuming it’s a Fiat Cinquecento. Purchased a few days before S3 of the inbetweeners aired (great timing). The handbrake came off when parking outside a mates. The wiper broke off on the way to the cinema on a dark stormy night. It went up in black smoke twice, forcing me to pull over. Within a month it was scrapped and is now in car heaven.

BattleBeast1

Doesn't mean the car has never been damaged,I don't think repaired cars show up as they haven't been written off...or its been repaired without going through the insurance.

matt_z

It works on the app as well.

Black Friday car deals
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Black Friday car deals
Just spotted this from Auto Trader. They are compiling a list of all the best black Friday deals on new cars. Some decent ones up already so one to keep an eye on.
ttbolt

Some decent deals dripping through here, You could save up to £3972 across the BMW range. Search for a new BMW on Auto Trader. You could save £2456 on a new Ford Kuga. Search for a new Ford Kuga on Auto Trader. You could save £1348 on a new Ford Fiesta. Search for a new Ford Fiesta on Auto Trader. You could save £1365 on a new Mercedes-Benz C-Class. Search for a new Mercedes C-Class on Auto Trader. You could save £2970 on a new Mercedes-Benz E-Class. Search for a new Mercedes E-Class on Auto Trader. You could save up to £500 across the Nissan range. Search for a new Nissan on Auto Trader. You could save £900 on a new Volkswagen Golf. Search for a new Volkswagen Golf on Auto Trader. You could save £795 on a new Volkswagen Polo. Search for a new Volkswagen Polo on Auto Trader. You could save £5868 on a new Volvo XC90. Search for a new Volvo XC90 on Auto Trader. You could save £2779 on a new Volvo V40. Search for a new Volvo V40 on Auto Trader.

peter1969uk

Y Next time I think I'll get a Dacia, they might appreciate the business.

peter1969uk

I bought a C220 in 2011 the AMG line 125 edition. I kept it for 4 years, without any issues, but I'd only put 25,000 miles on the clock. The last 3 years I've had a couple of Lexus IS Fsports, great car, but service charges are quite high, plus its every 12 months or 10,000 miles. I was looking at the A5 or A4, but struggled to find one with a sun roof and the virtual dashboard. So back to Mercedes I went, this time for the C250. Which I got a great deal on as they have now finished with that engine.

Hammerit44

Try Google (y)

deleted688534

Does anyone know anywhere online that will list zero percent finance cars?

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FREE insurance write off check and valuation @ Auto trader
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FREE insurance write off check and valuation @ Auto trader
Found an old post on here when searching for a check that shows if a car is an insurance write off? original post by J4GG4 so take time to thank him INSTRUCTIONS: 1. autotrade… Read more
mrdude

Thanks for the share

Janzbro

I never said it wasn't but for a free check that may save you traveling to see a car that's a write off is worth using

deleted1559845

They don't always record them properly. I had a vehicle written off as Cat D and it shows as clear. The autotrader thing is great as an initial check, I've found a number of write-offs using it that I would have otherwise wasted time going and viewing (as above it only works on the dekstop site). Obviously when you go to view the vehicle do a proper check, you should really be doing one that includes a finance check anyway.

Lucozade

This isnt 100% accurate. I tried two cars I am sure of, and only 1 came back correctly

FunkiestMonkey

Well your post did not come up as 2 months old so...I found it useful.

FREE insurance write off check before you buy a second hand car without paying for HPI Check... @ Autotrader
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FREE insurance write off check before you buy a second hand car without paying for HPI Check... @ Autotrader
*Updated 4th July: Make sure you are on the desktop site not mobile* Credit should go to J4GG4, posted 4 years ago, and this is STILL WORKING. Being in Cat A/B/S/N can significan… Read more
lanc1979

Doesn't seem to work for Vans btw.

water1234

Same! No estimation value given either

c7upt

Doesn't work anymore

LPKLPKLPK

Personally I wouldn't pay more than 2600 - 2700 but it all depends on what the damage was and how competent the repair has been, insist on seeing photos and inspect the area that has been fixed, if the seller can't tell you or more importantly show you what was damaged then walk away. Also worth remembering that not all cat D / C will show on the v5, if it doesn't show you can legally (I'll leave the moral dilemma up to yourself) ;) as a private seller (traders legally have to declare) run about in the car for a few years then sell it as a straight car afterwards getting back what you paid for it. Needless to say our last 3 2nd cars haven't cost us much to run over the last few years. Its all down to what the damage was, I've just sold a cat C (Listed on tje V5) VW Transporter for straight money dispite fully declaring it as a cat C as its an in demand vehicle and j could show exactly what was damaged and how it was repaired properly. Friend if mine bought a 530d Beemer that was stolen recovered, it was prefect apart from having no seats lol it was even stolen with the true key. It's all about buying the correct vehicle.

BattleBeast1

Ok...take a 15 year old Mondeo with a damage wing and bumper,gonna be written off as it will cost more to fix than its worth. Is a 2018 Mondeo going to be written off for the same level of damage? no its not. What I'm saying is if a very late car is written off due to being uneconomical to fix it is going to have alot more damage than a 15 year old cat d car as they work on a percentage of the cars value. Look up the pics of some cat D late reg cars... I wouldn't particularly want one...certainly not just cosmetic damage.

List free with Autotrader (if car value is less than £1000) -  TCB give you £7.50!!
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List free with Autotrader (if car value is less than £1000) - TCB give you £7.50!!
Was suprised at this, list your car on Autotrader (if it's worth less than £1000), if you do it through TCB, they give you £7.50
dude786

there is no buy it now on autotrader, so they have no way of knowing if the car sold or not

RedDemonic

if car doesnt sell, do we still get £7.50?

jwc04

haha!!

.MUFC.

Anyone interested in a bag of nails?

MackemLad

This is the same deal as this as it's ongoing https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sell-your-car-for-free-if-valued-under-1000-autotrader-free-valuation-and-listing-if-you-qualify-2764385 Autotrader had this in their news on August 12th https://www.autotrader.co.uk/content/news/sell-your-car-for-free-on-auto-trader

Sell your car for free if valued under £1000 @ Autotrader (Free Valuation and listing if you qualify!)
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Sell your car for free if valued under £1000 @ Autotrader (Free Valuation and listing if you qualify!)
Spotted this and thought it was a great offer if you have an older car and want rid, but don't want to pay for listing or you are unsure of it's worth. You can get started in 3 ea… Read more
peterkay11

Is anyone having a problem that where the search for their vehicle only shows up if you put 20 miles or under? Otherwise the listing won't show making it completely useless advert!!

Gareth79

I report those listings. Not only is it timewasting for buyers to sift through, it loses Autotrader money so in theory they should remove them.

Walrus_Man

Or a Skoda? Give over.

deleted1239194

Never heard of a car brand called "research", but if it floats your boat........ ;) To be fair, I cannot fathom why a car that has depreciated 7k in 3 years, then only drops 1k in the 2 years following purchase (although you now seem to have corrected it to 1.5 yrs, but still). No amount of research makes that sound possible. So, what is this magical car then? Are you going to tell us or it is actually called "magic"?

MaximusRo

Just report the add, it will be taken down

FREE insurance write off check without the need to pay a for a HPI check
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FREE insurance write off check without the need to pay a for a HPI check
Right..... Go over to: 1. http://www.autotrader.co.uk/sell-my-car 2. Type the REG and any random milage 3. It will show the car details (if not click find details)... click next s… Read more
leasha

this cat c thing confuses me. recently my car was hit while parked. only damage was to the back right pannel. it now been written off as a cat c, and I've bought it back at the salvage price. from what I've been to by the accessor is that cat c does not get logged anymore, I don't even need to declare it if I ever sold it and all I need to do is fix it. I've even spoken to my insurance company (as I went through a different insurance company as it was a non fault claim) and they said all it need now a days was a new mot and all is fine. is this right? how come it's not logged anymore?

falak_aamir

Actually *

falak_aamir

I listed my car to sell on auto trader and I can verify I realised mine was c category after keeping it for 7 years ( my wife's car acthally)

matthewclay04

Do be wary of this.... Yes great to see if a car is a CAT C or D but will not tell you about finance, plate changes, mileage discrepancies, stolen vehicles and CAT A or B's which contrary to belief do find themselves back on the road after going to 'dodgy' scrap yards..... For a car of a few thousand pound surely a £20 full HPI Check is the way forward for complete peace of mind??

markq

To be fair it isn't exactly the same. The ones you pay for typically offer a guarantee with compensation if one slips through the net. This method doesn't. Not knocking the idea, as it is a great initial step, just adding a little info for accuracy. Also, there is a far greater chance the car you are looking to buy has outstanding finance, which again, this wouldn't uncover but the HPI type checks do cover, plus if it's been stolen. As always, it is a case of Caveat emptor.

FREE insurance write off check without the need to pay a penny for a HPI...
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FREE insurance write off check without the need to pay a penny for a HPI...
I've stumbled upon a way to determine if a car is a CAT D / CAT C / CAT N / CAT S without the need to buy a HPI check. ===========================================================… Read more
klingoncat

Thanks for this, very useful.

LionelRichieFan

this works for bikes vans etc - anything non car that normally wouldn't work... you just have to place an ad, follow it the whole way through, no description, or photos, nothing needed besides number plate info and the mandatory details. Then make sure the price is below 1000, so you qualify for a free advert. then wait 15-20 mins for it to be published, and then view the ad, and you will see they have carried out the basic checks (Cat C/D/S/N - exported - scrapped - imported)

hkphooey

Great tip

J4GG4

Just tried. It works perfectly still.

DrJogalog

This worked the other day but seems to have stopped now (iOS app has updated and website gives the same result). Can anyone verify please?

Free car valuation tool @ Autotrader
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Free car valuation tool @ Autotrader
Just enter reg and mileage and on the next page it will give you a valuation of your car,I was actually surprised at how much mine was worth!!! Link not working see post below ht… Read more
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shakeyjake66

These are not valuations. They are trade in values and not what you should expect from a private sale. Private sale will be worth a lot more.

Trishul007

This is not a free valuation total bull :p cold as the weather!!!

nealb5

Thanks - interesting to check. Don't know why all the cold!!!

raydee

Rubbish, just a con for money... Freezing

Doormatt2000

Been looking to trade the car now I'm going to be looking for something a lot cheaper lol I cant afford to be loosing that sort of money every 4 years.

Half Price MOT @ Auto Trader
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Half Price MOT @ Auto Trader
£27.42
Half Price MOT with Auto Trader
Get deal*Get deal*
banerama

Update. Just took my 10 year old Corsa diesel for MOT to Halfords. Passed no bother again. I do all my own car maintenance so car is always well prepared, so no reason for it to fail. With Quidco cashback my MOT test cost only £26.05. Bargain.

joetipper

Am sure there are a few positive comments and happy customers, but be wary of the significant numbers of negative comments and extremely unhappy customers on previous posts, including me! There may be some decent garages and technicians, but sadly they seem to be outnumbered by the cowboys happy to make something of nothing to try and make extra work for themselves :-( Do yourself a favour, follow the MSE advice and go to your local council run MOT station who only have a fair safe test in mind.

banerama

Been available for ages. I used it three times last year. All cars passed first time!!!!! Used to be Nationwide Auto, now Halfords.

Mister_Cool

they advertise half price mot with halfords autocentre, which you can get for half price through their website.

Auto Trader Fuel Saver Scheme-£10 fuel voucher for £40 spend in Sainsbury, Tesco, Asda, M&S, Next, Halfords etc, Online
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Auto Trader Fuel Saver Scheme-£10 fuel voucher for £40 spend in Sainsbury, Tesco, Asda, M&S, Next, Halfords etc, Online
MUCH better the the measly 5p off per litre, its almost 10 litres for free in comparison. Not sure if its right section, couldnt put it in vouchers because it asks for code. Anywa… Read more
grabbit

I thought too seemed a brill offer then I noticed the subscription bit, I would imagine the subsription costs will be on their site when its up and running

Adnan786

Oops. I didnt realise you would have to pay for it. I just read what it was about and thought it was fantastic, as i have spend over £250 on those retailers in the least few weeks alone. Its probably not worth it for just a trial, unless you knew u were going to spend that money at those retailers for certain. Do you know what the subscription cost is?

grabbit

It's a 10 day trial offer though,after that you have to subsribe for a year Plus when you do register you get the message... Welcome to the Auto Trader Fuel Saver Scheme We are currently under construction. Please check back soon. Hmmm...maybe the site will be up and running in 10 days time :whistling: I was originally thinking maybe it'd be a good idea just for the free trial period

50% of MOT with Autotrader and nationwide autocentres.
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50% of MOT with Autotrader and nationwide autocentres.
£27
50% of the MOT with autotrader until 30th Sept 2009. Simply go to website and follow the advert down the right hand side on home page., or this link Just booked mine for £27.00 … Read more
melcarroll

Had my MOT done today for £27 passed with no advisory items. The mechanic had to fix my pushbike before he did the car as I put it in the car to cycle to work on and bent all the gears. He probably felt sorry for me so didn't like to fail the car. The guy on the reception was really kind and helpful too. I used the autotrader offer with them last year. It failed on its brakes as the rear discs were jamming and had worn really bad grooves in them and the emissions failed because no one told me if you drive like a granny like me then when they blast it for the test it puffs out a lot of crap. I had the work done by a friend and had a retest a couple of days later. They only charged me £13 for the retest which was half of the retest fee. I am certain that the failure was genuine and felt happy that they had picked up what could have been a serious fault with the brakes that is why I was happy to return this year.

Skybird

If you book an MOT through the 'TopCashBack site ,you can download a half price voucher.I've been to them in the past and always been quite pleased.

csiman

I use tesco clubcard vouchers as £4 for £1 at nationwide

bobdylan

+1 :thumbsup:

deleted12449

I had my mot done by Nationwide a couple of years ago, it passed but they said it was close on emissions and I should have their fuel treatment for £29. I thought it sounded like BS and thought that was 10x the price a tub of Reddex should be. 2 MOTs straight passes since then at another garage, no fuel treatment and exemplary emissions reports. I prefer to use a local garage who will do things little things like changing a bulb before failing you on it.

Get your MOT test for just £27 @ AutoTrader
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Get your MOT test for just £27 @ AutoTrader
£27
Auto Trader are delighted to offer a half-price MOT test in association with Nationwide Autocentres. Book now with one of the UKs finest service centres near you.
Get deal*Get deal*
csiman

true - i used £15 worth. I have so many tesco vouchers to use up so no problem for me. And I'm a big fan of authentic tapas so avoid imitations like La tasca as the Brighton one is awful. All down to personal preferences though. ;-)

Searcher2

They told me if I was using Tesco vouchers I would have to pay the full £54!! I was going to go for the £27 offer but the wording on the offer says that it is £27 PLUS ANY OTHER EXTRA COSTS needed to past the test in the event of an MOT failure. So you could be charged high prices for example for wiper blades or light bulb which could be done easily yourself.... or not have the opportunity to take it somewhere else for a second opinion. In the end I steered clear and went to a local garage I knew were okay. EDIT : Oh I see - you did pay the full £54 but using Tesco vouchers. You can't use £13 vouchers though - you can only buy in multiples of £10 so you would need to buy £60 worth - which is £15 of Tesco vouchers. A normal MOT in our town is £35 (and £30 in one place) so I would have only been 'saving' £20/£15 by using my Tesco vouchers. I'd rather get my full £60 worth when using £15 of vouchers in somewhere like La Tasca and have a great meal out. All down to personal preferences though.

yezdi

Nationwide ??? Brrrrrrrrr.....cold..............

csiman

fail! :whistling:

csiman

always been great for my mots. pass rate of 9/10. i use tesco clubcard vouchers as only need £13 worth for an mot

Half price MOT only £27 with AUTOTRADER
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Half price MOT only £27 with AUTOTRADER
£27
Don't know if its already posted if so use the contact a MOD button and expire!!! All of you that are due an MOT soon or Later this seems a cracking deal only £27 for an MOT Get … Read more
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jucylucy

Agree with other posts. Went there for years on the Tesco clubcard voucher exchange. Failed every year, headlights needed adjusting every year amongst other things. Local garage at £54 full price, sailed through. Never again Nationwide.

Janzbro

for what its worth found this the other day but it was already posted - expired;-)

deleted84836

:-( Absolute scammers! Every industry has its bad apples but mechanics have to have orchards full of them. I don't know all that much about the inner workings of my car and know how easy it would be to take advantage. Rather like I could take advantage of those who come to me with their IT problems, but I tend to want to sleep at night! I've found Kwik Fit very fit and miss too though! Got 10 months left on the MOT of my new motor, will be following the MSE advice and booking the next test with an MOT only centre.

shadowman40

Please Just Dont Go For This "deal" - We Did It Last Year And The Car Failed Mot - They Charged £200 To Fit A Spring And £135 To Do A Cv Boot And Then Recommended A New Battery At £95 Because It Would Fail Imminently And £65 For A New Exhaust Hanger. I Then Took The Car To Kwik Fit Who Tested The Battery And Found No Fault BUT SAID THE BATTERY WOULD BE £39 FITTED!, And The Exhaust Hanger Was Fine. This Is A Scam To Get More Work At A Mega Inflated Price.

deleted84836

After reading the MSE link - http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/travel/cheap-mot - I'd say avoid this like the plague. Go to an MOT only centre, or one of the council centres listed at the above link. Screw any place like this who would have a motive for failing your car!

Autotrader have increased cashback to 55% via Quidco - Ends 31st May
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Autotrader have increased cashback to 55% via Quidco - Ends 31st May
£9.99
Previously listed by LC, but showing 50% cashback, now increased to 55% I have just listed 2 cars @ £40 each for 3 weeks in the mag and 3 weeks online and I am getting £22 back on… Read more
Save 40% on listing fees @ Autotrader plus possible 50% cashback from Quidco
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Save 40% on listing fees @ Autotrader plus possible 50% cashback from Quidco
£9.99
Autotrader are offering 40% off their 3 weeks website + 3 weeks magazine package for a limited time, PLUS Quidco have a limited time offer of 50% cashback! http://www.quidco.com/a… Read more
LC

Only a few days left on this stonking deal :D

kidcat

Tracked yesterday. :)

srb_

anyone?

kidcat

Quidco still not tracked and ad placed last Thursday :-(

srb_

does it work for existing ads? cause i need to renew mine