FORD FIESTA HATCHBACK 1.0 ECOBOOST ZETEC 5DR SAVE 4,120 ON LIST PRICE £11975 @ Drive that deal
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FORD FIESTA HATCHBACK 1.0 ECOBOOST ZETEC 5DR SAVE 4,120 ON LIST PRICE £11975 @ Drive that deal

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Found 5th May 2015
Cracking car for the price

New Unregistered and ready for quick delivery. Available in solid Race red at this price. Panther Black and Deep impact blue metallic colours (£461 extra) all colours come with charcoal black cloth as standard. These cars also benefit from the following factory options City pack, Full dress up kit Privacy glass and 16" multi-spoke alloy wheels.

The quoted prices include a £1,450 discount on which is conditional upon you taking out finance arranged by the dealer. All cars must be registered and paid for within the month of May to qualify for this offer. We include 12 months Tax as standard

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The quoted prices include a £1,450 discount on which is conditional upon … The quoted prices include a £1,450 discount on which is conditional upon you taking out finance arranged by the dealer



No thanks. Cold.

M_z

No thanks. Cold.



There is a way around this, no finance but keep the discount, done it many times.

£12K for a Fiesta is a deal?! Crikey....

poolman

£12K for a Fiesta is a deal?! Crikey....


Welcome to 2015. No longer 1982 where you could pick up a Fiesta Popular for £2849

just done a quick google and £2849 in 1982 is nearly 10k today

margamboy

There is a way around this, no finance but keep the discount, done it … There is a way around this, no finance but keep the discount, done it many times.



Could you please post how?
Kind regards Robert

1.0 Litre......how many horses is this bad boy packing ? oO

justanothercid

just done a quick google and £2849 in 1982 is nearly 10k today



Interesting! My 1965 Anglia would have been just over £10k today. But that was an employee discount price!
Edited by: "LesD" 5th May 2015

rfa

Could you please post how?Kind regards Robert


I guess you take out the minimum level of finance and they pay it off immediately.


When you work it out..... you lose more money on cars than you'll ever spent on household furniture and the like
I could comfortly live in a palace.........if not for my idiotic spending on motors over years
Motors are not cheap to own or run..... and certainly never ever a deal.....

Monkeybumcheeks

1.0 Litre......how many horses is this bad boy packing ? oO

it's a 1.0 economist which has a turbo. so not as bad as you might think

jstrat

it's a 1.0 economist which has a turbo. so not as bad as you might think

eco boost* stupid auto correct!

Monkeybumcheeks

1.0 Litre......how many horses is this bad boy packing ? oO


100 or 125 depending on how many horses you pay to pack into it.

these small engine cars are so under powered can't do 40 up a hill. I was stuck behind one the other day, seen faster tractors.

If it's anything like the Fiesta Ecoboost I drove recently then it's definitely not underpowered despite having a 1L engine.

cracking price for the car. it's hukd and this as far as I know is a great deal.anyone care to post a deal beating it?

Apparently its 125bhp and 65mpg and it's very highly rated

But it's still only a small hatchback......and it's £12K

You could buy 2 dacia sandero's for that!
(Great News!!!)

poolman

Apparently its 125bhp and 65mpg and it's very highly ratedBut it's still … Apparently its 125bhp and 65mpg and it's very highly ratedBut it's still only a small hatchback......and it's £12KYou could buy 2 dacia sandero's for that! ;)(Great News!!!)



and be miserable for every one of the 10k miles you manage to live with it

justanothercid

just done a quick google and £2849 in 1982 is nearly 10k today

rfa

Could you please post how?Kind regards Robert



A legal loophole, take the finance as normal and get the discount, drive car away at discounted price. Within 14 days exercise your legal right to terminate the finance agreement, and settle up the finance without any interest charges after its settled, you could take loan elsewhere at a lower Apr to settle the finance. Done this half a dozen times now and always worked, just make sure you have funds in place to buy outright and exercise your right within 14 days. It should all be in the contract anyhow.

carfinance247.co.uk/q-a…htm
Edited by: "margamboy" 5th May 2015

margamboy

There is a way around this, no finance but keep the discount, done it … There is a way around this, no finance but keep the discount, done it many times.



agreed, check the clauses but most deals you can get the discount if you take the loan then pay off immediately

999kernow

these small engine cars are so under powered can't do 40 up a hill. I was … these small engine cars are so under powered can't do 40 up a hill. I was stuck behind one the other day, seen faster tractors.



Absolute rubbish, please do some research or actually drive one before having an opinion.

I wouldn't dream of commenting without knowing the facts. My father in law had one as a loan car from his garage. 99bhp 3 cylinder model and with 4 up it struggled to maintain speed on hills when I followed him home, but then I drive something with 230 bhp but father in law was not impressed one iota.
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