Ford Fiesta 1.25 Style £7,588 @ Drive The Deal
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Ford Fiesta 1.25 Style £7,588 @ Drive The Deal

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Found 28th Jul 2011
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£7.588.96 for mine
would they discount a 5 door one too?!
nice find..
Not my cup of tea, but I know they are cracking car's and seems very cheap to me, my ex worked for Ford and im sure these were over £10k, 1.25 lively little engine too. - Have some heat.
never buy a 3 door car ! nice price tho
how did you get it for that price? looks lik over 9k
pete
peterdarlison

how did you get it for that price? looks lik over 9kpete




put a disposable email address into form and get quote
Such a good car. Would be my first choice of small car anyday.
MmMd

would they discount a 5 door one too?!



Course they would. Just go to their
site.I have bought through them. It
is easy and saves a mint.
It includes a £500 discount for Ford finance, but at 4.9% for 2 year PCP that seems to be good value anyway, although there may be some hidden admin charges. Not so good if you intended to pay out of savings.

Edit The Style is a recently introduced trim level using an existing name, just above the Studio whose price was recently dropped by £500.
Edited by: "Lucero" 28th Jul 2011
Lucero

It includes a £500 discount for Ford finance, but at 4.9% for 2 year PCP … It includes a £500 discount for Ford finance, but at 4.9% for 2 year PCP that seems to be good value anyway, although there may be some hidden admin charges. Not so good if you intended to pay out of savings.



you take the finance to benifit the £500 and pay it up a month later, small amount of interest and £10 admin
supermarlon

never buy a 3 door car ! nice price tho



what a bizaare statement...........
scoff

what a bizaare statement...........



Kids.... would now say the same after having my little one. 5 doors a must.
Broadsword

Kids.... would now say the same after having my little one. 5 doors a … Kids.... would now say the same after having my little one. 5 doors a must.



not everyone has kids do they?

3dr cars look much nicer anyways. FACT!
That website looks absolutely terrible.
I drive a 3 door, but not by choice. Simply because as a 19 year old it's all I can afford to insure as the A**e**les across the gene pool insist on crashing every other week bumping my premiums up.
gluke21

Course they would. Just go to theirsite.I have bought through them. Itis … Course they would. Just go to theirsite.I have bought through them. Itis easy and saves a mint.



I thought it looks a bit too good to be true. But if you've bought through them... it makes it trustworthy. just wonder what's in it for them? and if you've got a problem with the car, would that cover the guarantee?
Don't be put off by the website. I bought a new Skoda Fabia from them back in 2004. The site hasn't changed since then! I saved a packet using Drive The Deal, local dealers couldn't get anywhere near their price.
MmMd

I thought it looks a bit too good to be true. But if you've bought … I thought it looks a bit too good to be true. But if you've bought through them... it makes it trustworthy. just wonder what's in it for them? and if you've got a problem with the car, would that cover the guarantee?


Mine came from a Skoda dealership in the Midlands so totally standard UK car with manufactures warranty and, I think, only 3 miles on the clock. It was delivered on a low loader.
skidude

Don't be put off by the website. I bought a new Skoda Fabia from them … Don't be put off by the website. I bought a new Skoda Fabia from them back in 2004. The site hasn't changed since then! I saved a packet using Drive The Deal, local dealers couldn't get anywhere near their price.



yet another happy customer how does it work? is it all done via the web? does it include guarantee?
chris_b

not everyone has kids do they?3dr cars look much nicer anyways. FACT!



if by fact you mean opinion, yes, you are correct
skidude

Mine came from a Skoda dealership in the Midlands so totally standard UK … Mine came from a Skoda dealership in the Midlands so totally standard UK car with manufactures warranty and, I think, only 3 miles on the clock. It was delivered on a low loader.



you were faster than me, thanks
still can hardly believe the deal!!!!!
New fiestas are very nice to drive have a zetec s myself and hasnt given me any problems in 2 years.
MmMd

yet another happy customer how does it work? is it all done via the … yet another happy customer how does it work? is it all done via the web? does it include guarantee?



Ive used deal drivers, same thing, basically they are a referral company that put you in touch with a main dealer, the website takes no cash from you, very safe and in some cases save a packet
Bargain for a new fiesta, £7500 Is about what you'd pay for a 2 year old one at a main dealer so this is a steal.
Very good little car too, most places rate it best in class.
I placed a request online then the rest was done over the phone and by post.
It was the first (and probably only) brand new car I've bought.
Servicing and warranty work was all done locally.
skidude

I thought it looks a bit too good to be true. But if you've bought … I thought it looks a bit too good to be true. But if you've bought through them... it makes it trustworthy. just wonder what's in it for them? and if you've got a problem with the car, would that cover the guarantee?



Drive The Deal are a well established broker. Because they have lots of orders they are able to 'buy in bulk' at corporate discount rates; just like you'd get similar discounts from Ford and other manufacturers if you promised to buy 100+ cars per month from them.

Drive The Deal take a small percentage of the deal that you don't really see. Once you have ordered a car they put you in touch with the car dealer and your contract is then with them. Brand new UK specification cars with a manufacturer's full warranty. The dealer may be some distance away from you but the price includes delivery (they drive it to your house so if you want to be the first to drive your new car you can pay extra for a trailer delivery or do what I did - drove to the dealer in my part exchange car (part ex deal was arranged by myself and the dealer, not the broker).
Fab company! We bought the recent Peugeot 107 deal, and the car is wonderful, and DTD were easy to deal with. Got the car from a dealership in the midlands with no problems at - one of the easiest purchases ever. Highly recommended company.:D

The Peugeot 107 Urban Lite is still at a great price of £5695 saving £3k!
Edited by: "beadysamuk" 28th Jul 2011

Maybe delivery depends on the supplying dealer, mine was on a low loader with 3 miles on the clock. Or perhaps Drive the Deal have changed their delivery policy now?

brommy

Drive The Deal are a well established broker. Because they have lots of … Drive The Deal are a well established broker. Because they have lots of orders they are able to 'buy in bulk' at corporate discount rates; just like you'd get similar discounts from Ford and other manufacturers if you promised to buy 100+ cars per month from them.Drive The Deal take a small percentage of the deal that you don't really see. Once you have ordered a car they put you in touch with the car dealer and your contract is then with them. Brand new UK specification cars with a manufacturer's full warranty. The dealer may be some distance away from you but the price includes delivery (they drive it to your house so if you want to be the first to drive your new car you can pay extra for a trailer delivery or do what I did - drove to the dealer in my part exchange car (part ex deal was arranged by myself and the dealer, not the broker).


107 is a tissue box on wheels. still, better than walking i suppose.
does any know if how much they sell the new polos for? has any1 asked? are all the cars cheaper than rrp or only some?
supermarlon

never buy a 3 door car ! nice price tho


I would argue that 3 door is best.

Three doors look better and 5 doors. Also it stops children (or teenagers if you want to be pedantic and say kids will have the child locks on) flinging the rear doors open and denting cars in carparks. On the flipside though, the doors on the 3 door are bigger so are more likely to be an issue in carparks.
Edited by: "mglover070588" 28th Jul 2011
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Edited by: "yoyo59" 28th Jul 2011
sorry about the tripple post my internet messed up
Edited by: "yoyo59" 28th Jul 2011
Voted cold- not fast enough
yoyo59

does any know if how much they sell the new polos for? has any1 asked? … does any know if how much they sell the new polos for? has any1 asked? are all the cars cheaper than rrp or only some?



Just click VW, then POLO, then choose the model you want to see the price for, Use fake details if you don't want to get on the mailing list. Once you have done this one it creates a cookie so you can always get prices instantly for any model in the future.

Discounts are on the Polo in varying amounts, remember the SE and Moda have both been discontinued for the better specced Match.
Its just a fiesta.........
8.8k for the lowest polo.. not bad..700 off retail also 1 year free insurance..at my age thats like 3k
yoyo59

8.8k for the lowest polo.. not bad..700 off retail also 1 year free … 8.8k for the lowest polo.. not bad..700 off retail also 1 year free insurance..at my age thats like 3k



3years free servicing too, as long as you buy on VW finance.
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