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New Focus ST Estate Auto £26950 from Nationwidecars
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Posted 15th JulPosted 15th Jul
Howdy, Take a shufty at these deals from Nationwide, they seem very, very good. I've not gone though DTD, Carwow or coast2coast to get a comparison. The Hatch (auto again) is £25… Read more
trebor127

Just FYI I got a quote from them but you won't be the 1st Registered keeper. They register in their name and after 6 months they change log book into your name.

sallyforth

Looks like an old Hyundai

MOJOoo7

Jeez when did a focus estate get to 27k? Man prices have become high these days. I don't do keeping up with the Jones, just a used car and run it for a long time to keep cost down so cash for more important things.

andywedge

Thanks for posting and a belated welcome to hotukdeals @frowbags :D

GrimDanFango

That is one fugly looking car.

New Volvo V90 Estate 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 5dr Geartronic £26,200 @ Nationwide Cars
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Posted 27th JunPosted 27th Jun
This Volvo V90 Estate 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 5dr Geartronic sports a number of great features and technical specs for the money. With big discount & plenty of room for the family… Read more
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Mbshrekito

ajblogs

I suppose yours was a diesel variant? Diesels have a much better mpg, while petrols don't, at least not on the Volvos. With that being said, if you live in London, with an average commute of less than 5 miles and an average speed of less than 15, you'd struggle with a diesel.

Mbshrekito

also bear in mind this is what the car reports so may be 5% out

Mbshrekito

I find it hard to believe that I can get from the north of Spain to Alicante on one tank

Mbshrekito

well it’s what I get using 98-100 octane fuel

Volkswagen Transporter 2.0 TDI 90 Startline Van £18,700 (business - ex VAT) @ Nationwidecars
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Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Volkswagen Transporter 2.0 TDI 90 Startline Van new for 2020 with 22% discount. This deal is aimed at sole traders, tradesmen and small businesses looking to purchase a new medium … Read more
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soldierboy001

No class.

Eddie

nah. Get a used euro 6 ducato. That's what we're going to do.

Dnallov

Correct, and also self employeed are not automatically registered with the VAT man - that is a different task that you have to volunteer to do, or is required depending on your turnover Furthermore, being VAT registered doesn't mean you get the 20% knocked off at the sale point; you have indicate you outgoings and incoming at you 3 monthly VAT submission when any reimbursement due will then be sent. In this time it will be expected that you are charging customers VAT New registared VAT businesses are closely monitored - claiming on VAT whilst seeing no VAT collected is going to sound alarms at VAT HQ Applying to be VAT registered simply to reclaim VAT is fraud. The VAT man is the worst man to try and defraud.

uksnapper

differential in the original post spelt with one f but who cares :-)

uksnapper

Double negative :-)

New Nissan Qashqai Hatchback 1.3 DiG-T N-Connecta [Glass Roof Pack] 5dr £17,305 / £17,880 with metallic @ Nationwidecars
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New Nissan Qashqai Hatchback 1.3 DiG-T N-Connecta [Glass Roof Pack] 5dr £17,305 / £17,880 with metallic @ Nationwidecars
£17,305£24,38029%
New Nissan Qashqai Hatchback 1.3 DiG-T N-Connecta [Glass Roof Pack] 5dr 29% discount. Based on paint solid (metallic extra) and comfortably beats Whatcar? target price of £24.2k -… Read more
lumsdot

17k for a manual !

tjduffie

We’ve got this exact model, its neither underpowered, nor slow... but to use the available power you do find yourself pushing the little engine far too hard for my liking. It’s loud, unrefined, uncomfortably crashy over bumps and very thirsty for a small engined petrol. Don’t expect more than 30mpg at motorway speeds. Because of this, we hardly use it, and it’s done 1200 miles in 8 months. I wouldn’t buy another, thankfully it’s a lease.

Wicked666

Being delivered next Thursday (y)

Wicked666

Great find - just ordered for the missus. They only have metallic left

rborhara

very good price. you get issues on cars twice and more the price. Also most car leases cost approx £6K for 2 years, so this seems just as good. At a guess i assume this car will cost £2-3K at the end of 6 years.

New Volvo S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 4dr Geartronic £24,152 @ Nationwidecars
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New Volvo S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 4dr Geartronic £24,152 @ Nationwidecars
£24,152£36,15233%
New Volvo S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 4dr Geartronic for £24,152, 33% discount from list. Based on paint solid. Good reviews, scores 4/5 on Whatcar Includes a 3 year warra… Read more
cjabingham

I saw a GT3 RS in Blackburn. Chanchi might have been in town!

johnnystorm

That's a crying shame. ;(

DRrob

MG's design studio has closed at Longbridge. It's basically a car showroom now. Everything is being demolished bar the roundhouse and former MG Rover headquarters. Very sad.

JezB

The V90 is made in Sweden though, mine was ordered 6 months in advance, but there was a cockup and it turned up from Sweden a couple of weeks later and the dealer had to sell it and reorder. The Chinese ones take ages to turn up.

muradxs

Those pictured seats look like R Design and Inscription seats - not Momentum ones. All variants have leather but the upper 2 have better leather ones. I made this mistake last month when I took a XC60 for a test drive for a couple of days. It was a R Design. I assumed my Editions (Basically a Momentum with a few extra bits added on) seats would be the same as the literature said "leather seats". When I took delivery (6th March - what a waste of a 20 plate as it's just done 400 miles in total so far all pre lock down) I realised my error. The Editions/Momentums leather seats are fine, but just not as comfy as the R Design leather seats - I particularly wanted the extending/retracting under thigh support which the Momentum/Editions seats don't have. All the above is for a XC60 but fairly sure it applies to all the Volvo models. Maybe.

New Hyundai Ioniq Electric Hatchback 100kW Premium SE 38kWh 5dr Auto £27,515 at Nationwidecars
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New Hyundai Ioniq Electric Hatchback 100kW Premium SE 38kWh 5dr Auto £27,515 at Nationwidecars
£27,515
New Hyundai Ioniq Electric Hatchback 100kW Premium SE 38kWh 5dr Auto A fantastic electric car with significant discount.
BigAde

It would be great to see Metalectrique's new Aluminium-Air fuel cell come to fruition https://www.metalectrique.com/ It would offer ranges exceeding those of ICE vehicles. But it's still in the relatively early stages... who knows if it will ever get the widespread adoption it needs.

NeoThe1

With just 2 models available to buy and costing £65k+, no nearby filling stations, no govt incentives/initiatives of course people are not even aware of hydrogen. Yes it will eventually replace big battery electric vehicles but in probably 10 years. Pretty sure govt will find ways to charge duty/tax some ways unless you completely live off the grid. At the end of day even electricity will be generated by burning carbon until real 0 carbon generation satisfies 100% energy needs.

Anon32

People are forgetting about hydrogen. Any garage can have one pump included and filling times are the same as petrol. The biggest problem would be the lost revenue from fuel duty read £28 billion in 2017 and unless VAT is put up on electricity there will be either more cuts or higher other taxation.

NeoThe1

80% in 57 minutes. So 21% in 15 mins. If you take Conservative approach(160 miles on 100 % battery) about 33 to 35 miles.

trannyboy

I want a break, yes I've had my 15 minutes, how much further can i now go?.....precisely.

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New Volvo S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 4dr Gear Tronic £23364 @ Nationwide Cars
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Posted 29th FebPosted 29th Feb
New Volvo S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 4dr Gear Tronic £23364 @ Nationwide Cars
£23,364£35,63434%
Huge spec, great car & excellent price from nationwide cars quoted in solid paint & free UK delivery for £23634 giving you comfortable premium motoring and saving £12,000 o… Read more
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NitrousUK

You're arguing points no one raised. Never said there weren't also bad cyclists. You've seen a keyword of your favourite pet peeve and decided to copy-paste in your anti-cycling diatribe.

revdesol

Someone pass the popcorn (popcorn)

SpeakEnglish

Facts are not rants and it's got everything to do with what you said because you clearly have a Haro Freestyler agenda. You might not like to hear it but chemically charged psycho cyclists have now officially achieved killer status and thus all pedal pushers everywhere, including middle aged fatties in not so flattering lycra, should be insured so may I suggest you swallow less of the drug cheat sympathetic Guardian propaganda and neck a few more reality pills. Have a lovely evening Lance, Alberto, Bradley or whatever name you might go by (highfive)

NitrousUK

Good rant, but nothing to do with what I said.

SpeakEnglish

Cyclists should pay insurance and should be punished accordingly for their actions too, safe to say we all know had Charlie Alliston been driving a car rather than riding a push bike when he mowed down that poor woman he'd have got far longer inside than the feeble year and a half he did. Car drivers may well behave in an over entitled manner because of the protection a solid metal cage around them offers but it seems to me there's also a hell of a lot of cyclists out there who will argue the vulnerability of being on sat a tiny frame on two rizla thin wheels entitles them to behave however recklessly they see fit too.

New Volvo S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus (save 28%) Geartronic now £25,734 @ Nationwidecars
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New Volvo S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus (save 28%) Geartronic now £25,734 @ Nationwidecars
£25,734£35,65128%
Huge spec, great car & excellent price from nationwide cars quoted in solid paint & free UK delivery for £25,734 giving you comfortable premium motoring at a decent price. … Read more
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hwangeruk

Child

GambitZen

Sssshhh.

hwangeruk

Childish. Not surprised

GambitZen

Ssshhhh. Quiet time for you.

hwangeruk

Not even banter or attempt at humour? Weak like your juvenile argument well done snowflake.

New Volvo V60 Sportswagon 2.0 T4 [190] Momentum Plus 5dr Auto £25,459 @ Nationwidecars
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New Volvo V60 Sportswagon 2.0 T4 [190] Momentum Plus 5dr Auto £25,459 @ Nationwidecars
£25,459£33,64624%
Seen one of these on the road today & is a lovely looking car in the estate variant. The Volvo V60 Sportswagon 2.0 T4 [190] Momentum Plus 5dr Auto sports a number of great fe… Read more
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Pisnahuj

Am i the only one that thinks the front and sides ar so Audi like especially the front lights.. And the bottom bumper is like bmw

HHUKD

This deal has been posted elsewhere on HUKD. It seems a number of BMW dealerships are offering this. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bmw-420i-gran-coupe-259-x-23-999-upfront-inc-vat-8000-miles-per-annum-at-bmw-bath-3308560

ShaneDarch

@floz will this do https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/new-seat-tarraco-15-tsi-evo-150bhp-se-technology-5dr-petrol-7-seater-now-21495-at-sg-petch-3308333

HHUKD

Ahh ok. That’s a bit odd. Here’s a screenshot of the FB page link.

itsmattyjayy

I don't mind using FB but the link takes me to the marketplace opening page, this seems the perfect deal for me! Will try calling tomorrow if they're open. Much appreciated!

Ford Fiesta ST Performance Edition - £19,574 @ Nationwidecars
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Ford Fiesta ST Performance Edition - £19,574 @ Nationwidecars
£19,574£26,49526%
https://www.evo.co.uk/news/22535/ford-reveals-limited-run-fiesta-st-performance-edition If this deal‘s for real and you like orange, it looks amazing. Okay, the additional tweaks … Read more
aymanhd

Nope, nothing.

ukscoob1

Did anyone ever hear back from these guys? I enquired and heard nothing......

ukscoob1

Anyone heard from these guys? I enquired but not heard anything...

aymanhd

That's a shame.

ChelseaB

I enquired at about 3pm Saturday, I am yet to hear from them. It looks like they've pulled the deal from the website this morning.

New Kia Niro Estate 1.6 GDi HYBRID 2 5dr DCT with 7yrs warranty £19,982 @ Nationwide Cars
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Posted 4th May 2019Posted 4th May 2019
New Kia Niro Estate 1.6 GDi HYBRID 2 5dr DCT with 7yrs warranty £19,982 @ Nationwide Cars
£19,982£23,63915%
Another Hybrid deal but this time from Kia with 7yr/100,000 mile warranty. A bit more roomy than the Hyundai Ioniq with its SUV type styling. It comprises a 1.6-litre GDi petrol a… Read more
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mickgoodie

Matt Watson from CarWOW says you should consider it.........not as polished as other Hybrids, which I guess the price tag makes up for it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBVnxowGJsI

yorkie

When I saw this comment I got so mad I vowed to vote every deal they posted down, then I realised they were a hob nob!

djbumrush

I was eyeing up the Niro as a potential purchase from a short list. I'm assuming this is NOT the PHEV version though, which is what my list is comprised of (I couldn't find anything to indicate that it is, no specific mention of being a PHEV and no "electric only" range figures). I've voted hot either way, as it's a good deal if it's what you're looking for!

Rolando1

Has anyone bought this deal?

deleted1859107

well i would hope being a BMW it will last a lot longer than 4 years ;-) i think most people take a 4 year deal to get monthly low as possible then sell it after 2 1/2 or 3 years anyway , just thought it was a cracking deal but just cant seem to get it shared on here

Hyundai ix35 diesel 1.7crdi se £16348 @ Nationwidecars
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Hyundai ix35 diesel 1.7crdi se £16348 @ Nationwidecars
£16,348
Cheap deal
Kia sportage1.7 crdi £16165 @ nationwide cars
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Kia sportage1.7 crdi £16165 @ nationwide cars
£16,165
This seems very cheap
Hyundai Ix35 Diesel Estate 1.7 Crdi Se 5dr 2wd £16348 @ Nationwidecars
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Hyundai Ix35 Diesel Estate 1.7 Crdi Se 5dr 2wd £16348 @ Nationwidecars
£16,348
Again another very good price check it out !
chrisvenn

OK I didnt see it had been removed, voted hot and the IX35 is a great car, i run one myself as a company car.

bowster

Thank you very much for that if you really want to make your money go further you need to save on the big purchase like cars holidays and houses , you can spend more money chasing £1 off the weeks shopping than it's worth!

1jim

I like the ix35 but the sportage won it slightly for me on looks and the 7 year guarantee as opposed to 5 with hyundai.

sampain

This is the Hyundai equivalent of the Kia Sportage and it's a great car once you get used to the electrically assisted steering. We are looking to replace ours next year and despite looking at half a dozen equivalents, we can find nothing to touch the ix35 for value or comfort. Voted hot.

janebratley1

We have an ix35 love it would recommend

Kia Sportage Diesel Estate 1.7 Crdi 1 £16165 @ Nationwidecars
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Kia Sportage Diesel Estate 1.7 Crdi 1 £16165 @ Nationwidecars
£16,165
This is a very good deal with very good warranty
paulus

Ignore the armchair opinionated "experts" on here, just go and look at JD Power's real customer opinion survey (http://www.whatcar.com/car-news/compact-suvs/1206911). The Sportage is second in class, beaten only by the Skoda Yeti - another brand that these numpties would also want to rubbish. Remember, everyone can have an opinion but some (the real owners) have an opinion worth listening to!

Besford

You have lots of opinion and little knowledge.

samscum

I agree, kias original selling point was selling cheap no frills forms of transport.Currently Kia are stuck in no-mans land, after going upmarket their cars are not super cheap anymore yet still are inferior to other competing brands cars... Also why is this an hot deal? If you are looking for a crossover for the this price I would go for the UK BUILT £16,355 £16,355 Nissan Qashqai Smart Vision Pack, (adds lane-departure and collision-warning systems, automatic switching between high and low headlight beams, and traffic sign recognition) and It beats the kia in all departments. Also regarding the sportages 60 mpg figure. Do not trust kias mpg claims especially after admitting over lying and overstating fuel economy figures in the US

margamboy

If you go for the Kia direct servicing pack its around £380 for 3 years (30k miles) of servicing, mine is direct with dealership and 5 years (100k miles) all in inc courtesy car (Something you may not get direct with Kia) cost me £500, however the actual price on my paperwork was £849, I just got a discounted price. As servicing is required every 12 months or 20k miles whichever comes first, it pretty much covers servicing until the warranty expires and some of the services after 60k miles cost £300 plus.

margamboy

I think what your forgetting is this vehicle is around £23k new in the '3' model, as I already stated I played off a few dealerships against each other and used examples of online brokers such as nationwide cars and bought at the right time when dealers need to move sales of vehicles (Timing is key) and I got mine for just under £20.5k. (£2.5K) saving against new. When I went back recently to look at the face lift model and starting talking to the young salesman he went and had a chat to his manager and came back with £17.5k after a 10min chat and another visit to his manager I got offered £18k, £2.5k less than I paid new or approx 12%, but against the official on the road price it was £5k less or 22%. Bearing in mind the vehicle also had a 5 year service pack that they would be buying me out of as well....

Nissan Qashqai Visia Hatchback 1.2 Dig-t 5dr £15929 @ Nationwidecars
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Nissan Qashqai Visia Hatchback 1.2 Dig-t 5dr £15929 @ Nationwidecars
£15,929
Seems pretty cheap for the new shape
fruityloops

This is a great deal.

deleted809996

I've been driving the new 1.2 QQ for a month now and I can assure you that the engine is surprisingly powerful. Overall, a great car.

AAMAN

Thank you dealmaker

u664541

http://m.autocar.co.uk/car-news/industry/ford-10-get-177bhp boom

u664541

on the point of small engines AFAIK Ford are putting a 3 cylinder, 1 litre engine in the Focus & Mondeo which has the same power output of current 1.6 ones

Ford Fiesta Titanium Econetic Diesel Hatchback 1.6 Tdci 5dr, £13505 OTR @ Nationwidecars
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Ford Fiesta Titanium Econetic Diesel Hatchback 1.6 Tdci 5dr, £13505 OTR @ Nationwidecars
£13,505
Looks like some great deals on new cars not just Fiesta, truer MPG is over 60 still very good by today's standards. Picked up this deal off the Which web site. For those looking … Read more
Joe90_guy

Saw the new i10 while I was in India last week. Looks v nice and stylish.

AnyB

Yes, and tomatoes are better green and Bush was the best president USA ever had... Don't take me wrong, I have nothing against Hyundai, but comparing it to Fiesta and thinking it will come victorious is a bit bonkers...

kal1881

Beter than a fiesta... next you'll say its better than a merc. I bet you have never driven a fiesta before hence your statement otherwise you wouldn't be buying a hyundai. Why don't you read the reviews. best car in its class. ncap safety rating 5 star for the fiesta what about the tinny hyundai...

af1

The engine is neither noisy not clunky, mine is very quiet!

Joe90_guy

Going to get the new Hyundai i10 when it's launched in a few months. In all likely hood it will be cheaper and better than a Fiesta...

BMW 5 Series 520d Efficient Dynamics 4dr £26613 @ nationwide-cars
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BMW 5 Series 520d Efficient Dynamics 4dr £26613 @ nationwide-cars
£26,613
Not my cup of tea but Beemers have their admirers out there and this seems to be quite a discount. Reduced from £30,525 (according to Nationwide website!)
vauxmik

You're completely correct about the beans comment....

sunnyhot

type into google the following " google is making us "

BigAde

BigAde

If you fancy a laugh type "bmw drivers are" into Google and let autocomplete show you the most searched for phrases.

sunnyhot

this is a good deal as far as i can tell ,but possibly a big price reduction because new "facelift" version with a few adjustments and even better mpg due in september.

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