The condition regarding the purchasing of a car applies only to the other giveaway of a complimentary spa experience or supercar driving experience, not to the test drive. Re the test drive: "*Excludes Audi RS, Audi R8 and Alfa Romeo 4C, Jeep SRT Grand Cherokee test drives. Offer excludes Volkswagen, SEAT, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles and Land Rover branches."
Well then, delete your mistaken posts here!!
Having finance for a motorcycle is a mugs game, apart from the fact you're buying at full RRP, you've then got finance on something that has depreciated a couple of grand as soon as you ride it off the forecourt, never mind what its worth when you finally finish paying the finance. Then if you miss payments on these 0% deals, watch those penalties/interest start banging on.
And your still forgetting you have to pay a further £3,883 if you want to keep it.
Awesome bike, I own one
woops didn't see that :/
Don't forget you have to stump up £2391.67 deposit!! CBR1000RR FIREBLADE (14YM) (PCP) - Representative Example OTR Price £11,999.00 Deposit £2,391.67 Amount of credit £9,607.33 36 monthly payments (duration 37 months) £159.00 Guaranteed Future Value £3,883.48 Total amount payable £11,999.00 Representative APR 0.0% APR Excess Mileage Charge £0.04 Interest rate per annum fixed 0.00%
Been driving for 6 years. Will get a quote. Thanks for your help.
At 16 it cost me loads but at 17 it went way down to £180 so shouldn't be more than that for 26 year old.. If you have driving license for car then you probably get a discount at some insurers (for a 50cc)
0% APR and under £100 a month for 3 years is deal even if it's standard price. How much would insurance be for a 26 year old? Very interested.
Isn't there a decent looking 50cc from aprilia?
I had a 50cc motorcycle which was ideal for commuting.
Hi, got it from Charlies in Shrewsbury (you can only buy it from designated retailers as they have to assemble it and demo it for you.) It is the MB 443T Still really, really pleased with it. Used to take close to 2 hours to mow the lawn, now easily less than 1 hour.
mooruk, What is the model no? And where did you buy from? thanks.
I've got a Victa 2 stroke and agree that it can easily handle long grass and moss. The only problem is fuel consumption - it costs a fortune to run. I'm putting it up for sale.
I bought one of these in 2002 for £165. It has been fine. Once it got clogged up when I ran it with some old petrol. After a few months, the volatile fractions evaporate, and you're left with something more like vaseline. If you have old petrol in the tank, then adding little bit of fresh petrol will help to keep the engine running cleanly. I haven't had any problems since then.
Bought a Viking series 4 yesterday - absolutely superb. £335 so not cheap though.
Not this level of deposit on all models. Cold
first of all I wasn't talking to you so butt out. i didn't suggest buying a second hand 4x4 so get your facts right. i was responding to jordni who said "what else can you buy for £21000" and suggesting that an alternative would be to by 21 second hand cars.
How come you didn't see the "Appreciate may not be affordable for everyone" bit on the post and it's personal choice what you would like to spend money on. Are you saying everybody buying new cars are "wasting" money? i enjoy driving my new car than spending that money on a new bathroom or furniture. BTW cheapest CRV 4X4 on autotrader 3 year old is 14k not 10k (unless you buy a cat D) . So i don't know where you got that figure from.
holidays, new kitchen, new bathroom, furniture, more holidays and still have change. apart from pay off your mortgage your other suggestions make you sound like an idiot.
£21,000 for a 2 wheel dirve what else can one buy for £21,000? - Pay off some of a mortgage or buy 21 cars that are 2002 or older or get a second hand 4x4 from around 2009-2011 for £10000 so have £11,000 left over aswell, with a better car
Agreed. Especially as this is just a 2wd 4x4 lookalike.
Good offer, it's a shame my MOT doesn't run out until the end of April.
£4,550-£4,875 private sale for my Volvo XC90 with 120,000 miles. Could be worse I guess.
on my car i know for a fact they were 800.00 off the private sale price as there estimate is wrong you should go to whatcar.co.uk as they update there prices every day
Email not received yet, been an hour
£3,325-£3,550 for my Honda s2000
Despite the negative views towards this post, it's worth pointing out that I asked for test drives at Vauxhall and Renault (was looking at the Renaultsport Megane and Astra VXR) and neither would give me one. The best I could get was for a salesman to drive me around the block saying, "that exhaust note is awesome isn't it!?" After this, I went to BMW and Audi to ask if I could have a test drive in a 123d coupe/TT 2.0TFSI and they obliged immediately. I bought the 123d in the end but those morons at Vauxhall/Renault completely missed out on my business! I wasn't particularly after a diesel (and the TT was better, just couldn't get the price down) but couldn't justify buying a new car without a test drive. I'm not saying this provoke some kind of fanboy car war, simply to illustrate that it's not common for every manufacturer/dealer to dish out test drives.
this is an odd post. you should be able to get a test drive anywhere before you buy a car?
oh and im a girl
bit harsh since he's only a week old member
I've got one, and lucky to get 100mpg; a bit disapointed really. I do negtiate a steep hill up and down everyday to work and back (11 miles round trip) and also I weigh 14.5 stone, so that may explain Cheers
One of the more blatant I had done to me while on pushbike on an open road going down hill and pretty near centre of lane saw car at junction in front of me (left) which was edging out bit by bit, then when i was close enough pulled out and stopped at the white lines down middle of carriageway. Ah you might say 'you could have ridden round the back of him' well could have if he'd not been towing another car with a frikkin metal chain pulled taught behind him. I just pulled up in time but didn't say or do anything cos I was so gobsmacked at this tossers stupidity. I could claim lots of things if I wanted but the old self preservation kicks in rather than the 'oh aye, good claim here, lets trip off'.
I kinda liked the Honda PCX.... Looks pretty good in the flesh.
Well, I have to agree with you, these people pull out on me as well. I have had lots of opportunities for an accident, and probably some compo, but I won't do that.
Its those 'oh **** im gonna die' moments that are just a small part of the thrill of biking...its simply something you will never understand...which is why its good cars were invented. Live a bit...the dull commute just sets you up for the day all wrong...with a bike you want to get up and drive to work its actually a joy. I dont understand why its not as popular here as other countries. I talk as many people as I can to look at the free lesson promos such as GetOn and if they go they do not regret it.
The button is not marked NOS ...... it's marked NOB!! :)
Also, having a Honda means that you don't have to be see dead in a VXR! They look like a 16 boy racer has designed them, bet they even have a button on the dash marked NOS!!
Nice but this Honda is not as fast as my Zonda.
LOL something tells me you miss your hot hatch and are not too happy going around in a 307 now lol. And as for safety? I think I'll take the Corsa's 5* NCAP rating thanks :)
yeh but as with all vauxhalls you wont get around the next bend, more liekly wrap around a tree with the dreadul handling i loved my peugeot heavily modded 205 1.9GTI (170bhp, tested at 5.72 0-62 bilstein race/pro suspension - even a scubby p1 couldnt keep up on a twisty b road) with instant throttle response and no pathetic turbo lag unlike the corsa though it was as safe as a cornflake packet though, now i have a pedestrian/very slow peugeot 307xsi
Honda mowers are the best on the market - for professionals and amateurs. Maybe a bit pricey, but well worth it. Why cold? How can this possibly be at minus 17 degrees? Thanks for taking the time to post this deal. :D
^ old thread but how wrong were you. New Honda RRP £3270, £1000 less than the Yamaha YZF R125.
New model comes out in spring, the new model will be similar price to the yamaha yzf 125, around £4000... so every honda dealer i spoke to reckons so but official prices not released yet
I think what they have done is intelligently add extra cash to the price to cover interest and give you a 0% deal.
consider the yamaha yzf 125 (mini r6), thats over £4k
Great deal, especially with the 0% finance.
Do you have to be an alpen eater?
Cold, can get cheaper elsewhere.
Group 17 insurance and fuel is good, all depends on how often the vtec kicks in ......
I work for Honda, And can get this car for £13000 due to a Connections membership.
Yes very true. My parents once had that problem on a Boxster. Wanted to trade the old for the newer shape. The dealer would only give the guaranteed future value but there were still going on Autotrader for a FEW grand more; dont remember exact numbers. In the end they paid the outstanding balance, sold the car private and then bought the new model. Hastle, but worth doing.
Sure. Not a hope in hell. It could be worth £10k but I guarantee they will only say it's worth £6k. The valuations are subjective and not black and white. There will always be a sticking point, ie, downturn in the market, people moving away from hatches, looking for cheaper insurance groups............. Don't worry, they'll find a good reason to not pay you what it's worth.