Jaguar 24 hour test drive
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Jaguar 24 hour test drive

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Found 13th Oct 2014
Some terms but seems ok to try out a bit of luxury..

Terms and conditions
*Available at participating Dealers only on Jaguar XF range. All drivers must have held a valid, current and full licence for more than five years with no more than six penalty points. Insurance on the vehicle is provided for the driver. All persons must satisfy the insurance criteria, provide a driving licence and sign a separate insurance agreement. In the event of an accident, the driver is responsible for any excess charges on all claims which will be detailed in the policy document that both the driver and Dealer team member are required to sign. The driver’s credit/debit card account number is given to the Dealer for the purpose of allowing payment to the Dealer of any fines or charges mentioned in these terms and conditions, including the cost of any fuel needed to refill the vehicle upon collection.
- jonnithomas

12 Comments

Nice, but why not go for the XJ for 72 hours!!!

Nice birthday prezzy. A day out in the Jag.

The sales rep is just gonna face palm himself really hard when he turns up to deliver this on some chavvy estate.

yep if the house is in some shanty town the rep is just going to turn back and phone the recipient Sir we are stuck in traffic I will be there soon. Later just make up there is no further booking until the offer expires......

on the other hand I don't they will even book it after seeing

All drivers must have held a valid, current and full licence for more … All drivers must have held a valid, current and full licence for more than five years with no more than six penalty points.


Edited by: "dalipsinghno1" 14th Oct 2014

Any dealership will let you test drive a car if they think you're serious about considering buying it.

Why voted cold? Reckon this is a good deal, especially the 72 hour for the XJ!

72hrs for XJ sounds great- could you provide a link pls?

cis_groupie

Any dealership will let you test drive a car if they think you're serious … Any dealership will let you test drive a car if they think you're serious about considering buying it.



true but how do you prove that ? I pulled up in an Audi a8 and a porche dealer politely declined. licence aok, car unmarked and low mileage, I did have jeans on. so 56k car and I wasnt a potential customer ?

jonnithomas

true but how do you prove that ? I pulled up in an Audi a8 and a porche … true but how do you prove that ? I pulled up in an Audi a8 and a porche dealer politely declined. licence aok, car unmarked and low mileage, I did have jeans on. so 56k car and I wasnt a potential customer ?



A number of years back, my boss at the time was the MD of a very successful IT service company. He has always been a casual jeans dresser. Didn't matter if it was just for work or a business meeting with our largest clients, jeans and snake skin cowboy style boots.

Anyhow, walked into a local Jag dealership because he had always wanted a Jag. Not only would they not let him test drive it, they wouldn't entertain the idea of talking about sales details. He said it was just like that scene in Pretty Woman where the shop assistant wouldn't sell the dress to Julia Roberts.

So he went straight down to the BMW dealership on the other side of the city, bought a brand new 5-series estate with all the trimmings. When he went back to the Jag dealership the next week and they saw the car they welcomed him to take a test drive. Afterwards he explained what had happened and says he walked out as the saleman's jaw hit the flaw.

That story has stuck with me for the past 14 or so years, never judge your customer by their clothes, accents, or house. (I know of a millionaire who lives homeless because he feels more comfortable like that).

AGrumpyDad

A number of years back, my boss at the time was the MD of a very … A number of years back, my boss at the time was the MD of a very successful IT service company. He has always been a casual jeans dresser. Didn't matter if it was just for work or a business meeting with our largest clients, jeans and snake skin cowboy style boots.Anyhow, walked into a local Jag dealership because he had always wanted a Jag. Not only would they not let him test drive it, they wouldn't entertain the idea of talking about sales details. He said it was just like that scene in Pretty Woman where the shop assistant wouldn't sell the dress to Julia Roberts.So he went straight down to the BMW dealership on the other side of the city, bought a brand new 5-series estate with all the trimmings. When he went back to the Jag dealership the next week and they saw the car they welcomed him to take a test drive. Afterwards he explained what had happened and says he walked out as the saleman's jaw hit the flaw.That story has stuck with me for the past 14 or so years, never judge your customer by their clothes, accents, or house. (I know of a millionaire who lives homeless because he feels more comfortable like that).



lol, thats why I bought the Audi. The Mercedes dealer wouldn't even let me sit down I had a split mouth from playing rugby and they treated me like a thug.

[quote=jonnithomas
lol, thats why I bought the Audi. The Mercedes dealer wouldn't even let me sit down I had a split mouth from playing rugby and they treated me like a thug.[/quote]

They probably did you a favour, the Mercedes would have probably spent as much time in the workshop as in your garage for the first six months (_;)
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