Brand New UP! GTI. £12,174 at Drivethedeal.com (RRP £13,750)
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Brand New UP! GTI. £12,174 at Drivethedeal.com (RRP £13,750)

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Found 19th Feb
Fantastically reviewed little Hot Hatch..

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Only just launched. Drivethedeal.com deal of the month...

Bit of a bargain...
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Good little hot hatch and not a bad price imo, compared to other marque's in this price bracket. Voted hot
Got carried away with Spec'ing It up, Went for Quote on Pearl Black, 3DR, Beats, Black Roof, Cruise & City Pack etc, Will see what they come in at. I'm interested to know how they can shave off a couple thousand off from the Main Dealers.
I bought a Clio 182 trophy brand new years ago. List price was £15.5k but got it through Broadspeed.com and paid a shade over £13k and this was from the Renault dealer. Not sure how they get the discount
bradevosprint1 h, 21 m ago

I bought a Clio 182 trophy brand new years ago. List price was £15.5k but …I bought a Clio 182 trophy brand new years ago. List price was £15.5k but got it through Broadspeed.com and paid a shade over £13k and this was from the Renault dealer. Not sure how they get the discount




No expert but isn't it when the main dealer requires a certain number of extra sales in a month to qualify for extra commission payments?
bradevosprint1 h, 31 m ago

I bought a Clio 182 trophy brand new years ago. List price was £15.5k but …I bought a Clio 182 trophy brand new years ago. List price was £15.5k but got it through Broadspeed.com and paid a shade over £13k and this was from the Renault dealer. Not sure how they get the discount



all dealers do this, prices are inflated so much on new cars, the brokers make it more easy to see now though, try any of them, drive the deal being one, carfile and broadspeed others and thousands off. do the finance trick of getting the dealer deposit and paying off and save even more.

bellboys9 m ago

No expert but isn't it when the main dealer requires a certain number of …No expert but isn't it when the main dealer requires a certain number of extra sales in a month to qualify for extra commission payments?

Marky2647 h, 52 m ago

Got carried away with Spec'ing It up, Went for Quote on Pearl Black, 3DR, …Got carried away with Spec'ing It up, Went for Quote on Pearl Black, 3DR, Beats, Black Roof, Cruise & City Pack etc, Will see what they come in at. I'm interested to know how they can shave off a couple thousand off from the Main Dealers.


You get the quote straight away - it is £13610 for that spec.

Drivethedeal use a main dealer. Whichever dealer it is has a target of units they need to shift each month. If they don't sell some at a loss they won't meet their targets. There will always be some mug that comes in and pays list or gets ripped off on a part ex or finance deal to even it out.

I got my old Octavia VRS through them and it was a dealer in London that had high targets. Bloke showed me invoice when I picked it up and they made -£200 on the deal.....so lost £200 selling me a car but they crucially got their figures for the month.

Just ordered a new car at a local dealer who have matched Drive The Deal too and they matched it no quibble. I tried about 6 other dealers prior to them and they couldn't get near so guess it all depends on their figures for that month.

Onto the car - I drove one the other week, got given the keys and told to have fun. I have a Golf R as a weekend car and honestly this is as much if not more fun to drive than the R, it is like a little go kart....reminiscent of driving a mk1 GTI or a 205GTI and it'll still do 65mpg driving sedately and 40mpg thrashing it. Seriously considering it as a commuter car if i get a job without a company car.
jrw1 h, 16 m ago

I got my old Octavia VRS through them and it was a dealer in London that …I got my old Octavia VRS through them and it was a dealer in London that had high targets. Bloke showed me invoice when I picked it up and they made -£200 on the deal.....so lost £200 selling me a car but they crucially got their figures for the month.


That’s actually a ‘trick’ that some dealers use.

The invoice only shows ‘front end’ discount, but there are also back end and campaign bonuses.

In reality, there was probably a £1000 registration bonus on Octavia at that time, of which the dealer kept the other £800.
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I really don't understand why this deal is voting cold... Show me a way to get it cheaper!! 🙄
ezzer726 m ago

That’s actually a ‘trick’ that some dealers use.The invoice only shows ‘fro …That’s actually a ‘trick’ that some dealers use.The invoice only shows ‘front end’ discount, but there are also back end and campaign bonuses.In reality, there was probably a £1000 registration bonus on Octavia at that time, of which the dealer kept the other £800.


Oh I know there is but this was a genuine loss for them....similar on a Fabia VRS I ordered from another company.

Also, always take out the PCP if there is a deposit contribution - you can just cancel the finance fee free (apart from the days accrued interest) within the first 14 days and keep the discount/Service plan/any other incentive
jrw1 h, 24 m ago

There will always be some mug that comes in and pays list or gets ripped …There will always be some mug that comes in and pays list or gets ripped off on a part ex or finance deal to even it out.


That’s a bit harsh too.

On the majority of new car finance deals, the manufacturer deposit contributions are greater than the interest charged, so in real terms, are better than 0%.

Why would you sink all of your savings into a depreciating lump of metal?

And hardly anyone would pay list price for a car nowadays, no matter how bad at negotiating.
If i was looking for similar it wold be the Suzuki swift sport,the latest used n/a you could find.

cracking motor.
ezzer729 m ago

That’s a bit harsh too.On the majority of new car finance deals, the m …That’s a bit harsh too.On the majority of new car finance deals, the manufacturer deposit contributions are greater than the interest charged, so in real terms, are better than 0%.Why would you sink all of your savings into a depreciating lump of metal?And hardly anyone would pay list price for a car nowadays, no matter how bad at negotiating.


Not really - its true. Only if there is a deposit contribution or 0% is it worth taking out the finance. A Bank loan is the most cost effective way. Most people are only interested in monthly figures and don't actually know what they are paying in total. Case and point my other halfs dad has had a car for less than 12 months and he is changing it with the same garage "because the original finance deal is with them"(!) and he is trading his car in for a brand new one.....he is paying list price for it, he's had to pay a lump sum "to reduce the payments slightly"...all for a car which has a lower list price than the one he's bought. He didn't go through a broker or negotiate any discount (despite me saying numerous times to) because he was on a finance "Deal".

I also see it all the time on the various car forums I am on...."I took my car in for a service and saw this new one and the salesman said he could do it for the same monthly payments so I pick it up next week!". May be same payments, but its over a new term and it will be list price. Probably 75% of dealers I have been in the last few months have offered zero discount on a new car yet the one I am ordering through has done 13% on top of the £5k scrappage incentive.

Whilst talking to the salesman i enquired about the discounts and he said as others have said that they will make a loss on some to get the figures up. I also asked if a lot of people just pay list price to which he smiled and said yes.
jrw21 m ago

Probably 75% of dealers I have been in the last few months have offered …Probably 75% of dealers I have been in the last few months have offered zero discount on a new car yet the one I am ordering through has done 13% on top of the £5k scrappage incentive.


Does that not ring any alarm bells?

You have obviously been looking at some very desirable and in demand cars to be told you can’t have a penny off, but in the end settled for one that they are struggling to shift if they are knocking off everything.

Today’s discount is tomorrow’s depreciation, always.

As I’ve mentioned, I currently work with Kia. The only two models we have scrappage on is Picanto and Rio. No extra discounts are available in conjunction, you might get a set of mats thrown in.

Our Stinger has zero discount.

Our other models can be discounted moderately, but nothing like 13%.

Kias market share in the UK is growing, whilst new car sales are generally in decline.

You have to be very careful when choosing a new car, big discounts are not always as good as they may seem.
ezzer7230 m ago

Does that not ring any alarm bells?You have obviously been looking at some …Does that not ring any alarm bells?You have obviously been looking at some very desirable and in demand cars to be told you can’t have a penny off, but in the end settled for one that they are struggling to shift if they are knocking off everything.Today’s discount is tomorrow’s depreciation, always.As I’ve mentioned, I currently work with Kia. The only two models we have scrappage on is Picanto and Rio. No extra discounts are available in conjunction, you might get a set of mats thrown in.Our Stinger has zero discount.Our other models can be discounted moderately, but nothing like 13%.Kias market share in the UK is growing, whilst new car sales are generally in decline.You have to be very careful when choosing a new car, big discounts are not always as good as they may seem.


If you say so.....not particularly in demand or desperate to shift either way - they were the same car, different dealers. Some dealers already have the unit figures so don't need to offer discount when A N Other comes in behind me and has PCP, Lifeshine, Wheel insurance, paint insurance, GAP insurance and Tyre insurance.
One thing for sure, I wouldn't buy a KIA, especially a Rio or a Picanto. However, I can go straight onto DTD and get £2.5k off a Rio. Depending on scrappage deal it could be better to get this instead
Also, looking on DTD at the Optima I can get, yup you guessed it 13% off that model, almost to the bloody penny.

Please don't post assumptions without the facts to back it up. I haven't ordered a car that they are desperate to shift.....10-15% discount is what you should be aiming for on a new car and every model in the range attracts pretty much the same amount of discount including the PHEV range and full electric. Are you saying that every model is struggling to be shifted? I know they have stopped accepting orders on the Golf GTE because the demand outstrips supply.

Similar story on the BMW 330e which has a 6-8 month wait (I know, I have one as my work car and a friend has enquired about getting one).....another quick look on DtD and that is near enough bob on 20% discount being offered.....on a car, that demand outstrips supply. Is this discount not what it seems just because its not a Kia?
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jrw21 m ago

If you say so.....not particularly in demand or desperate to shift either …If you say so.....not particularly in demand or desperate to shift either way - they were the same car, different dealers. Some dealers already have the unit figures so don't need to offer discount when A N Other comes in behind me and has PCP, Lifeshine, Wheel insurance, paint insurance, GAP insurance and Tyre insurance.One thing for sure, I wouldn't buy a KIA, especially a Rio or a Picanto. However, I can go straight onto DTD and get £2.5k off a Rio. Depending on scrappage deal it could be better to get this insteadAlso, looking on DTD at the Optima I can get, yup you guessed it 13% off that model, almost to the bloody penny.Please don't post assumptions without the facts to back it up. I haven't ordered a car that they are desperate to shift.....10-15% discount is what you should be aiming for on a new car and every model in the range attracts pretty much the same amount of discount including the PHEV range and full electric. Are you saying that every model is struggling to be shifted? I know they have stopped accepting orders on the Golf GTE because the demand outstrips supply. Similar story on the BMW 330e which has a 6-8 month wait (I know, I have one as my work car and a friend has enquired about getting one).....another quick look on DtD and that is near enough bob on 20% discount being offered.....on a car, that demand outstrips supply. Is this discount not what it seems just because its not a Kia?


So, some dealers were saying NO DISCOUNT, but you found one that said 'no worries Sir, 13% AND £5,000 off that highly desirable model'. Okay...

I am not in the least bit surprised that you wouldn't consider a Kia - you are one of the many who's mate in the pub told them German cars are the best, and that's final.

The Picanto in particular is truly awful;

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Oh, and you can actually get around £1,000 off a Rio, not £2,500 - did you not read this;

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I admit the Optima isn't our best seller, but again, your 'calculations' probably include a deposit contribution. Certainly you won't be finding an extra £5,000 on top of the 13% anywhere, like you was lucky enough to achieve with your smart buy
And as I wasted my time clicking further, there it is again - the £2,700 discount, is actually £1,200;

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This is maybe a reason why Kias aren't being sold at crisis prices, yet how they are still growing against market trends;


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You definitely should continue to avoid them, they're bad news
ezzer7210 m ago

So, some dealers were saying NO DISCOUNT, but you found one that said 'no …So, some dealers were saying NO DISCOUNT, but you found one that said 'no worries Sir, 13% AND £5,000 off that highly desirable model'. Okay...I am not in the least bit surprised that you wouldn't consider a Kia - you are one of the many who's mate in the pub told them German cars are the best, and that's final.The Picanto in particular is truly awful;[Image] Oh, and you can actually get around £1,000 off a Rio, not £2,500 - did you not read this;[Image] I admit the Optima isn't our best seller, but again, your 'calculations' probably include a deposit contribution. Certainly you won't be finding an extra £5,000 on top of the 13% anywhere, like you was lucky enough to achieve with your smart buy


Yes, you take the PCP and pay it off as I said earlier. Still equates to a discount. Simple maths?
No comment on the BMW? Funny that....

No I wouldn't have one - driven one once, awful car, much like the Hyundai i10 or i20....built to a serious budget and it shows.

And yes I did find a dealer that matched DTD, its quite simple, if they want the business they will match a discount, if they don't they wont. I am struggling to comprehend what you are finding so difficult on this? Want me to upload a photo of the order form as proof?

Never said German cars were the best - My BMW has replaced a Hyundai i40 which I had for 2.5 years and prior to that a Megane (which was awful, hence getting 'upgraded' to the i40 shortly after I started as it has the worlds most uncomfortable seat as it doesn't line up with the pedals which isn't good when doing 30-40k a year). BMW wasn't my choice either, I find it uncomfortable too but it saves me £200 a month in company car tax which isn't to be sniffed at. Good personal buy to with the 20% discount.

When ordering the new personal car we were open and looked at all the makes but they were either over priced (ie Audi, Merc), poorly made, poor fuel economy when test driving, dealers not in the least bit interested or the cars weren't comfortable or nice looking....so no not a stickler for a German car, it just happened to win in finding a car that fits our needs for the right price.
ezzer7212 m ago

[Image] You definitely should continue to avoid them, they're bad news


Yes I will - I see Hyundai in the bottom half too - probably because the dealers are that bad, people don't bother to report the issues. Had 5 i40's at work, all with various issues over the 3 years.....broken door handles, dodgy clutches (mine was never right the whole time I had it despite being looked at around 8 times), broken rear view cams multiple times, wiper motors packed in, keyless worked when it wanted, parking sensors faulty, pulling to the left limp mode....the list goes on....hence not having Hyundai's anymore. Customer service at dealer was appalling too, to the point that I just put up with the faults as it was too much hassle to take back.

On the other hand BMW which tops the list....Will have had mine 6 months on 1st March and coming up to 13k miles and not a single issue besides the charging flap sticking once when trying to shut but that was down to dirt (as its located on front wing). I think by 10k my i40 had been in garage 3 or 4 times already.

Maybe its peoples perception of a brand and they are likely to put up with an issue on a Hyundai or a Kia more than they would a BMW or an Audi sheerly down to the price difference. Makes no odds to me as if there is a fault under warranty they will be fixing it irrespective of the brand and if the i40 was my own I would have been rejecting it like many have if you look on the forums about all these issues common to the model.


Anyway, back on topic....cracking car, cracking price....Want one!!!
ezzer7225 m ago

Certainly you won't be finding an extra £5,000 on top of the 13% anywhere, …Certainly you won't be finding an extra £5,000 on top of the 13% anywhere, like you was lucky enough to achieve with your smart buy


I got 21% off my Golf R when ordered in Nov 2015 too....Again, when there were 6 month lead times. That was through carfile.net and it went through the dealer as a fleet order.

Part of that discount was £2k PCP incentive but according to you you aren't allowed to class that as a discount. I paid the PCP off a week after having the car so how can you say it isn't a discount? List price of £X multiplied by 21% gives me the discount amount. Minus that from the list price and it gives me the price I paid.

Can't think of any other way that this wouldn't be classed as a discount? I never paid the £2k....it was taken off the invoice. Yes, its in its own box on the invoice away from the 'discount applied' but its still a total discount of 21%.
Anyway, enough of responding to your trolling like you do on every car deal that is posted.

Discount is clear to see.
jrw18 m ago

Yes, you take the PCP and pay it off as I said earlier. Still equates to …Yes, you take the PCP and pay it off as I said earlier. Still equates to a discount. Simple maths?No comment on the BMW? Funny that....No I wouldn't have one - driven one once, awful car, much like the Hyundai i10 or i20....built to a serious budget and it shows.And yes I did find a dealer that matched DTD, its quite simple, if they want the business they will match a discount, if they don't they wont. I am struggling to comprehend what you are finding so difficult on this? Want me to upload a photo of the order form as proof?Never said German cars were the best - My BMW has replaced a Hyundai i40 which I had for 2.5 years and prior to that a Megane (which was awful, hence getting 'upgraded' to the i40 shortly after I started as it has the worlds most uncomfortable seat as it doesn't line up with the pedals which isn't good when doing 30-40k a year). BMW wasn't my choice either, I find it uncomfortable too but it saves me £200 a month in company car tax which isn't to be sniffed at. Good personal buy to with the 20% discount.When ordering the new personal car we were open and looked at all the makes but they were either over priced (ie Audi, Merc), poorly made, poor fuel economy when test driving, dealers not in the least bit interested or the cars weren't comfortable or nice looking....so no not a stickler for a German car, it just happened to win in finding a car that fits our needs for the right price.


Everything you say is so wrong, honestly.

The deposit contribution isn't 'discount' - it's there to make the car/deal more attractive, and essentially cancels out interest charges. You previously alluded that you pay the car finance off straight away by means of a bank loan, so what you are actually doing is paying off 'better than 0%' with a 3-4% loan - genius.

The Picanto obviously isn't an awful car, is it?

I checked the BMW 330e deal. It says that the discounted price includes a £2,500 Government grant (so actual discount is around 13%, not 20%) and there is a list of BMW deposit contributions on the 3 series range, from £1,000-£5,000. I'm unsure if the 330e is included, probably is, can't be bothered checking.

I don't need to see your order form, I totally believe that you got 13% discount AND £5,000 scrappage allowance - I'm simply saying that you wouldn't achieve that on a car that didn't need such incentives in order to sell.

I'd love to know more about your selection process when buying the car (I don't mean that literally, no need to answer).

We looked at other brands (the only other ones you name are German)

They were 'poorly made' = not German (even though the reliability survey above factually tells us that the ones you don't rate are the least poorly made...)

Poor fuel consumption on test drive - yes, you can really work that out with a spin around the block of the dealership. You do know that car fuel computers aren't especially accurate I assume? Some overstate, some understate. Also, you said it's just a weekend car - a little bit of fuel saving won't negate massive depreciation.

Weren't nice looking = not German (again)

The dealer was't interested = the dealer sussed you out!

jrw5 m ago

Part of that discount was £2k PCP incentive but according to you you …Part of that discount was £2k PCP incentive but according to you you aren't allowed to class that as a discount. I paid the PCP off a week after having the car


With an interest bearing bank loan!
jrw15 m ago

On the other hand BMW which tops the list


Right, got it. That's were you are going wrong, you are looking at reliability surveys upside down

Gotta go, it's been fun.
jrw21 m ago

Yes I will - I see Hyundai in the bottom half too - probably because the …Yes I will - I see Hyundai in the bottom half too - probably because the dealers are that bad, people don't bother to report the issues.


Haha, I was joking with my last comment, but you really are looking at it the wrong way around

Kia are top, BMW are bottom.
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ezzer7220th Feb

Everything you say is so wrong, honestly.The deposit contribution isn't …Everything you say is so wrong, honestly.The deposit contribution isn't 'discount' - it's there to make the car/deal more attractive, and essentially cancels out interest charges. You previously alluded that you pay the car finance off straight away by means of a bank loan, so what you are actually doing is paying off 'better than 0%' with a 3-4% loan - genius.The Picanto obviously isn't an awful car, is it?I checked the BMW 330e deal. It says that the discounted price includes a £2,500 Government grant (so actual discount is around 13%, not 20%) and there is a list of BMW deposit contributions on the 3 series range, from £1,000-£5,000. I'm unsure if the 330e is included, probably is, can't be bothered checking.I don't need to see your order form, I totally believe that you got 13% discount AND £5,000 scrappage allowance - I'm simply saying that you wouldn't achieve that on a car that didn't need such incentives in order to sell.I'd love to know more about your selection process when buying the car (I don't mean that literally, no need to answer).We looked at other brands (the only other ones you name are German)They were 'poorly made' = not German (even though the reliability survey above factually tells us that the ones you don't rate are the least poorly made...)Poor fuel consumption on test drive - yes, you can really work that out with a spin around the block of the dealership. You do know that car fuel computers aren't especially accurate I assume? Some overstate, some understate. Also, you said it's just a weekend car - a little bit of fuel saving won't negate massive depreciation.Weren't nice looking = not German (again)The dealer was't interested = the dealer sussed you out!:)


Christ, can't believe I am actually replying to you again.

If I am getting £2k or so deposit contribution for taking out PCP (IE DISCOUNT!!!!!!!!) and then pay it off in cash I am getting £2k off the list price that I wouldn't get if I walked in with the cash? Comprende? If I don't have the cash I can simply get a bank loan. £10k over 3 years at 2.9% is £447 interest - so still up on the deal over paying PCP? How is PCP better than 0%??? It is around 6.4% or you could get a bank loan for 2.9% which is less than half the interest and still get the 'deposit contribution (i.e. DISCOUNT). Who is the genius? Get a £2k discount and pay 6.4% or Get £2k discount and pay cash (bearing in mind saving rates are 0.75% or less) or 2.9% on a loan? Hmmm.....thats a tough one to work out....but you are a car salesman afterall so you carry on with your bent maths to make something look better than it is!

Looked at Ford, Hyundai, Nissan, Mazda, Mini, Toyota and Volvo......Last time I looked none of them were German.
Some we didn't need to test drive as we knew as soon as we sat in one it wasn't the right car. I would also never test drive a car from a quick spin round the block. If that is all they offer i will move onto a different dealer, its quite simple so yes I can get a gauge for fuel consumption.

I never said its a weekend car at all. My Golf R is a weekend car. Most gauages on cars are accurate, I use Fuelly to back this up on every car I have owned for the last 8 or 9 years so I can pretty much gauge fuel consumption thanks.
This car is for my other half and will do 50miles a day commuting.

The weren't nice looking cars were the Merc's actually (on the outside) and on the inside it was Fords. As for dealers sussing me out, don't really care if they do or not but what I do expect is some service when I have been stood at the reception desk of a dealer for 20 min to enquire of they have a car for us to look at.
ezzer7210 m ago

With an interest bearing bank loan!


No, I paid Cash....no loan, no finance.
ezzer728 m ago

Haha, I was joking with my last comment, but you really are looking at it …Haha, I was joking with my last comment, but you really are looking at it the wrong way around Kia are top, BMW are bottom.


Wow really? I hadn't worked that one out at all
Hence me saying BMW top the charts of most unreliable but i've not had an issue and Hyundai near the bottom (i.e reliable) because nobody bothers to take the cars back because the dealers service depts are so bad.
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jrw4 m ago

As for dealers sussing me out, don't really care if they do or not but …As for dealers sussing me out, don't really care if they do or not but what I do expect is some service when I have been stood at the reception desk of a dealer for 20 min to enquire of they have a car for us to look at.


You tend to find that there can be a wait for assistance at the busy (high demand cars) dealerships.

No need to queue up at the ones where they can't wait to knock 13% AND £5,000 off, is there?

Like I said earlier, be vigilant for alarm bells.
jrw4 m ago

No, I paid Cash....no loan, no finance.


Of course you did.

Really gotta go this time, have a nice day.
ezzer723 m ago

You tend to find that there can be a wait for assistance at the busy (high …You tend to find that there can be a wait for assistance at the busy (high demand cars) dealerships.No need to queue up at the ones where they can't wait to knock 13% AND £5,000 off, is there?Like I said earlier, be vigilant for alarm bells.


If you say so....There was us and another couple in there the whole time we were there.

The VW dealer we ordered the car from made us an appointment and when the salesman was still dealing with another customer (ie..as you say high demand dealership) the receptionist sat us down and made us a coffee instead of just being ignored for 20 min like Ford did. This was around 20 min after walking out the Ford dealer and the VW dealer was full of people....obviously they all took a wrong turn instead of going to the Kia dealer just next door?

Speaking of which, must be a quiet day....nobody want to buy a Kia today seeing as you can troll on here?
jrw7 m ago

The VW dealer we ordered the car from Speaking of which, must be a …The VW dealer we ordered the car from Speaking of which, must be a quiet day....nobody want to buy a Kia today seeing as you can troll on here?


BINGO! It's a VW, obvs.

And from the £5,000, probably a Passat or a Scirocco - you poor thing.

Have you not heard that they are in a bit of trouble recently? You could probably lease the car you have bought for £59 per month - did they not throw in a free microwave or Xbox too?

Obviously I am off work today, be in no doubt that I have no time for HUKD when I'm at work.
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ezzer727 m ago

Of course you did.Really gotta go this time, have a nice day.


Yes I did. I don't just make stuff up like you do:


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Sold my Octavia - £10k plus redundancy from my old job (which was voluntary before you troll about that too) so no didn't need a loan as the money was only accruing something like 0.5% interest at the time so I just save every month instead and its more than topped back up....simple, clever maths, not car dealer speak......


Good day to you - There is a bridge with your name on it.
ezzer727 m ago

BINGO! It's a VW, obvs.Have you not heard that they are in a bit of …BINGO! It's a VW, obvs.Have you not heard that they are in a bit of trouble recently? You could probably lease the car you have bought for £59 per month - did they not throw in a free microwave or Xbox too?Obviously I am off work today, be in no doubt that I have no time for HUKD when I'm at work.


Thought that was obvious from it being a VW thread and me saying that I test drove the Up! as well as saying the other models in the range attract the same discount and that they stopped taking orders on the Golf GTE. Seems you only read little bits to suit as per every salesman when it comes to figures! LOL.
Lease is £300 a month and dead money. Car is a keeper...hence not having PCP.

No microwave or Xbox, is that what you get with Kia? If I had known I would have nipped next door when in the Up! GTI and grabbed a couple.
I have no doubt you have no time as you are too busy ripping off pensioners with your 'better than 0%' PCP deals.
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jrw6 m ago

Yes I did. I don't just make stuff up like you do:[Image] Sold my Octavia …Yes I did. I don't just make stuff up like you do:[Image] Sold my Octavia - £10k plus redundancy from my old job (which was voluntary before you troll about that too) so no didn't need a loan as the money was only accruing something like 0.5% interest at the time so I just save every month instead and its more than topped back up....simple, clever maths, not car dealer speak......Good day to you - There is a bridge with your name on it.


You do realise that the line above could say 'Cash in - Personal Loan £24,000'.

But in any case, you're a much braver man than me sinking £23,000+ 'cash' into a VW nowadays, good luck pal.

Edit: That statement is dated March, where I live it's still February.
Edited by: "ezzer72" 20th Feb
ezzer723 m ago

You do realise that the line above could say 'Cash in - Personal Loan …You do realise that the line above could say 'Cash in - Personal Loan £24,000'.But in any case, you're a much braver man than me sinking £23,000+ 'cash' into a VW nowadays, good luck pal.Edit: That statement is dated March, where I live it's still February.



Yeah it could do.....but it doesn't


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I will save you the hassle of googling the sort code....its a savings account with Nationwide.....
jrw7 m ago

I have no doubt you have no time as you are too busy ripping off …I have no doubt you have no time as you are too busy ripping off pensioners with your 'better than 0%' PCP deals.


Haha, totally, those pensioners can't get enough Stingers
jrw1 m ago

Yeah it could do.....but it doesn't[Image] I will save you the hassle of …Yeah it could do.....but it doesn't[Image] I will save you the hassle of googling the sort code....its a savings account with Nationwide.....


And it's 2 years old. Probably when you last rolled all of your debts into one nice, easy to manage loan
ezzer725 m ago

You do realise that the line above could say 'Cash in - Personal Loan …You do realise that the line above could say 'Cash in - Personal Loan £24,000'.But in any case, you're a much braver man than me sinking £23,000+ 'cash' into a VW nowadays, good luck pal.Edit: That statement is dated March, where I live it's still February.


Jesus......You really can't read can you? "I got 21% off my Golf R when ordered in Nov 2015 too"



Statement is from March 2016.....How are you allowed to sell cars let alone finance?
ezzer721 m ago

And it's 2 years old. Probably when you last rolled all of your debts into …And it's 2 years old. Probably when you last rolled all of your debts into one nice, easy to manage loan


I don't need to - I don't need to rely on commission off pensioners for my bread thanks....hence I drive a 330e for work because that 40% tax is a killer on the old comcar.
jrw3 m ago

Jesus......You really can't read can you? "I got 21% off my Golf R when …Jesus......You really can't read can you? "I got 21% off my Golf R when ordered in Nov 2015 too"Statement is from March 2016.....How are you allowed to sell cars let alone finance?


What? You are showing us a 2 year old bank statement and questioning my confusion?
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