Brand New Fiat Doblo 1.4 petrol 7 seater £11380 from carwow / Fiat Sutton Park Group
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Brand New Fiat Doblo 1.4 petrol 7 seater £11380 from carwow / Fiat Sutton Park Group

£11,380Carwow Deals
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Found 17th Nov 2016
Absolute bargain if you need a brand new robust 7 seater and don't want a diesel.

the £11380 price is achieved via a carwow quote from Fiat Sutton park dealer in Coventry.

just make sure you ask for the petrol engine and the family pack option (the option turns it into a 7 seater (the back 2 seats are removable so you can use it as a 6 seater or 5 and have a giant boot) plus you get a few other things as part of family pack package).

also worth ordering the spare wheel option instead of the inflation kit that most cars now come with, this option is also discounted (£95 I was quoted).

anyone with 4 or more kids and after a new car will know your looking at a minimum £15k plus for a petrol 7 seater.
Since Vauxhall pulled the old Zafira at the end of last year, there has been a gap in the market for people wanting cheap petrol 7 seaters.

if your like my family, a diesel is no good as you don't do enough miles and modern diesel engines are incredibly expensive to fix and the extra economy is actually a false economy as they cost a fortune once out of warranty regardless of the make of vehicle (although some are alot worse than others).

the beauty of the doblo is the price, the space, the robust nature of the vehicle, the low insurance group and as it's also sold as a van so parts are cheap and easily available.

I have been looking for a new petrol 7 seater for months, and nothing comes close to this deal.
it's worth giving the Sutton park dealer a phone call if your interested.

excellent value for money.

I now await the usual Fiat comments despite all the evidence showing Fiats reliability and quality has improved over the past 10 years.

20 Comments

Do your 4 kids work for Sutton park or Carwow?

joehart2

the beauty of the doblo is ....

two words you don't normally see in the same sentence ......

Edited by: "aing69" 17th Nov 2016

Original Poster

please find me a better deal on a brand new petrol 7 seater, I have been looking for months, nothing comes close to this.

Buy something cheaper and one of these?

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dothedealnow

Buy something cheaper and one of these? https://multimac.co.uk/home


what do you do with the 4th child? or like mine who are too big for a car seat?

i like the doblo OP

Mmm , 1.4 petrol = 39 MPG (unloaded with people)
If can not live without New Fiat Doblo 7 seater, can save much more, buy it used 2 years old at half price.

Edited by: "benasipro" 17th Nov 2016

joehart2

please find me a better deal on a brand new petrol 7 seater, I have been … please find me a better deal on a brand new petrol 7 seater, I have been looking for months, nothing comes close to this.



If you do NOT make at least 20k milles/yrs, is pointless to buy new car.
Simple mathematics and calculation.
For £11k can buy PROPPER car, up to 3yrs old
Example, 3yrs old Toyota or 2yrs old Ford/Peugeot.

A 3 year old one is c7K

Original Poster

benasipro

If you do NOT make at least 20k milles/yrs, is pointless to buy new … If you do NOT make at least 20k milles/yrs, is pointless to buy new car.Simple mathematics and calculation.For £11k can buy PROPPER car, up to 3yrs oldExample, 3yrs old Toyota or 2yrs old Ford/Peugeot.



​your comment is subjective and doesn't include a 3 year warranty, 1 years free breakdown cover and the product is brand new

and again, you don't get alot for £11k in a petrol 7 seater , there is not alot of choice out there.

this is the best deal by a mile if you want new and hotukdeals works on people posting new product deals not 2nd or 3rd hand used cars.

Looking at the used prices, its actually a good deal. Heat.

joehart2

​your comment is subjective and doesn't include a 3 year warranty, 1 y … ​your comment is subjective and doesn't include a 3 year warranty, 1 years free breakdown cover and the product is brand new and again, you don't get alot for £11k in a petrol 7 seater , there is not alot of choice out there.this is the best deal by a mile if you want new and hotukdeals works on people posting new product deals not 2nd or 3rd hand used cars.



Well said. Also for those people who like knowing if it breaks down (no Fiat Jokes as you can tell I drive what people would perceive as an even worse car in regards to reliability and have had 2 issues - Windscreen replacement and Inter-cooler replacement over 4 cars in a period of 8 years) it will not cost any unexpected bills and they will still have a car to drive around in while it is getting repaired.
My average mileage is around 7K and I've driven brand new cars for the past 16 years normally changing anywhere from 2-3 years.
On that note, away on Saturday once the order books have opened for the Giulia
Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 17th Nov 2016

Hot, despite usual irrelevant comments.

benasipro

If you do NOT make at least 20k milles/yrs, is pointless to buy new … If you do NOT make at least 20k milles/yrs, is pointless to buy new car.Simple mathematics and calculation.For £11k can buy PROPPER car, up to 3yrs oldExample, 3yrs old Toyota or 2yrs old Ford/Peugeot.



I hope your maths is better than your spelling.

joehart2

please find me a better deal on a brand new petrol 7 seater, I have been … please find me a better deal on a brand new petrol 7 seater, I have been looking for months, nothing comes close to this.


Did you ask the dealer if there was a cheap pcp to go with this price?

That is a cracking deal , this should be getting hot .

Very hot deal, I have been looking for a new 7 seater with removable back seats.

Remarkably it seems you can have it with no AC - is the OPs spec without?!

As a new car deal its hot, but I'd have to side with the comments on buying a good used car for similar money.

A Toyota Verso 1.8 Valvematic, particularly the excellent auto, could be had for similar money, especially between now and end of December, which is the best time for dealers trying to offload cars before end of 2016. 5yr warranty from new on all Toyota's so could expect 18 months worth at least, for a far more refined, more powerful (subjectively) and more comfortable car.

Jap + non-turbo petrol is the best formula for reliability, and thats all that matters for crucial family transport.

Original Poster

i agree Japanese is best, but again your looking at a 3or 4 year old car with at least 50000 miles on vs brand new with a longer warranty.

I like the verso but it's alot more cramped inside than the doblo, is alot higher insurance group, is no more or less efficient and parts are more expensive.

the dealer told me if I wanted I basic spec 5 seater doblo, I could have it on the road for £9,500 an absolute bargain if your after a robust 5 seater load lugger.

joehart2

i agree Japanese is best, but again your looking at a 3or 4 year old car … i agree Japanese is best, but again your looking at a 3or 4 year old car with at least 50000 miles on vs brand new with a longer warranty.I like the verso but it's alot more cramped inside than the doblo, is alot higher insurance group, is no more or less efficient and parts are more expensive.the dealer told me if I wanted I basic spec 5 seater doblo, I could have it on the road for £9,500 an absolute bargain if your after a robust 5 seater load lugger.



Cant argue with that really - the Doblo is massive, which for 3+ kids is a real benefit.

I bought an '08 Honda FR-V in 2011, petrol auto EX-spec, leather, climate, roof rails, for £12200 from a Honda dealer - 32K miles on it. I felt I'd paid a lot but five years down the line the car has reached 70K for absolutely no unforseen expense. Its a fantastic vehicle, and feels like it will be around for another 10 years. So I'm incredibly biased about Japanese petrol cars, but with good reason!
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