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Vauxhall Corsa 5-Door Hatch 1.4 90PS SRi Nav Lease 8K Miles £3910.80

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Great find - if it had a Skoda badge on it the mob here would have it scorching!

Just one correction, £3910.80 over 2 years is £37.60 a week - you would never get a job in sales calculating 4 weeks in each month!
ezzer7223/05/2020 02:23

Great find - if it had a Skoda badge on it the mob here would have it …Great find - if it had a Skoda badge on it the mob here would have it scorching!Just one correction, £3910.80 over 2 years is £37.60 a week - you would never get a job in sales calculating 4 weeks in each month!


Ha, there’s an old car sales trick: there’s 5 weeks in a month if you’re dividing a monthly payment, and 4 weeks in a month if you’re multiplying a weekly payment.
powerbrick23/05/2020 05:13

I can do my own research thanks 'your sort', 'mob here'. …I can do my own research thanks 'your sort', 'mob here'. What a muppet.I just said Vauxhalls are crap, you're the one on your VAG crusade


Happy Saturday, jeez someone got told to sleep on the sofa last night.

Decent little car for a first timer. Voted hot!
ezzer7223/05/2020 04:07

It was indeed a long time ago, but for your sort, the novelty hasn't worn …It was indeed a long time ago, but for your sort, the novelty hasn't worn off yet.The website might just have helped to remove your blinkers, no worries if you choose to ignore the advice.


I can do my own research thanks

'your sort', 'mob here'. What a muppet.

I just said Vauxhalls are crap, you're the one on your VAG crusade
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Great find - if it had a Skoda badge on it the mob here would have it scorching!

Just one correction, £3910.80 over 2 years is £37.60 a week - you would never get a job in sales calculating 4 weeks in each month!
ezzer7223/05/2020 02:23

Great find - if it had a Skoda badge on it the mob here would have it …Great find - if it had a Skoda badge on it the mob here would have it scorching!Just one correction, £3910.80 over 2 years is £37.60 a week - you would never get a job in sales calculating 4 weeks in each month!


Ha, there’s an old car sales trick: there’s 5 weeks in a month if you’re dividing a monthly payment, and 4 weeks in a month if you’re multiplying a weekly payment.
HorseBoxGuy23/05/2020 02:27

Ha, there’s an old car sales trick: there’s 5 weeks in a month if you’re di …Ha, there’s an old car sales trick: there’s 5 weeks in a month if you’re dividing a monthly payment, and 4 weeks in a month if you’re multiplying a weekly payment.


More or less of course there are 4.33 weeks in a month, but yes, the above rounding up and down does happen.
ezzer7223/05/2020 02:30

More or less of course there are 4.33 weeks in a month, but yes, the …More or less of course there are 4.33 weeks in a month, but yes, the above rounding up and down does happen.


Erm... yeah, that’s why it’s a sales trick.

“That £200 per month is only £40 per week!”

Or

“That £40 a week is only £160 a month!”

Sneaky sales guff. Works though.
Edited by: "HorseBoxGuy" 23rd May
ezzer7223/05/2020 02:23

Great find - if it had a Skoda badge on it the mob here would have it …Great find - if it had a Skoda badge on it the mob here would have it scorching!Just one correction, £3910.80 over 2 years is £37.60 a week - you would never get a job in sales calculating 4 weeks in each month!


But it hasn't, it has a Vauxhall one.
powerbrick23/05/2020 03:03

But it hasn't, it has a Vauxhall one.


Aaah, are you one of those that think they must be good because VW own them now?

osv.ltd.uk/are…le/

p.s. to be fair, Skodas do seem to be better than the other junk from the VW Group
ezzer7223/05/2020 03:11

Aaah, are you one of those that think they must be good because VW own …Aaah, are you one of those that think they must be good because VW own them now?https://www.osv.ltd.uk/are-volkswagen-reliable/p.s. to be fair, Skodas do seem to be better than the other junk from the VW Group


Own them now It was over twenty years ago, not just yesterday.

is that website supposed to impress/mean anything to me
My car brand is better than your car brand etc etc.

Voted hot btw.
powerbrick23/05/2020 03:24

Own them now It was over twenty years ago, not just …Own them now It was over twenty years ago, not just yesterday.is that website supposed to impress/mean anything to me


It was indeed a long time ago, but for your sort, the novelty hasn't worn off yet.

The website might just have helped to remove your blinkers, no worries if you choose to ignore the advice.
ezzer7223/05/2020 04:07

It was indeed a long time ago, but for your sort, the novelty hasn't worn …It was indeed a long time ago, but for your sort, the novelty hasn't worn off yet.The website might just have helped to remove your blinkers, no worries if you choose to ignore the advice.


I can do my own research thanks

'your sort', 'mob here'. What a muppet.

I just said Vauxhalls are crap, you're the one on your VAG crusade
Vauxhalls are better now as they are owned by the French
Edited by: "Gadgeygooga" 23rd May
Gadgeygooga23/05/2020 05:46

Vauxhalls are better now as they are owned by the French


Wheres the French style?
xstrio23/05/2020 06:24

Wheres the French style?


Don’t they still say Designed In Britain on the adverts?
powerbrick23/05/2020 05:13

I can do my own research thanks 'your sort', 'mob here'. …I can do my own research thanks 'your sort', 'mob here'. What a muppet.I just said Vauxhalls are crap, you're the one on your VAG crusade


Happy Saturday, jeez someone got told to sleep on the sofa last night.

Decent little car for a first timer. Voted hot!
A.R.C.1023/05/2020 06:38

Don’t they still say Designed In Britain on the adverts?


Not heard that but they do like to proclaim they are a British brand since 1903, despite being owned by the Americans from 1925 until the French took over. Plus all the Corsas are rebadged Opels engineered in Germany and made in Spain. All marketing.
powerbrick23/05/2020 05:13

I can do my own research thanks 'your sort', 'mob here'. …I can do my own research thanks 'your sort', 'mob here'. What a muppet.I just said Vauxhalls are crap, you're the one on your VAG crusade


I’m on a VAG crusade this weekend
It's a 2019 model. Is this now still cheap?
HorseBoxGuy23/05/2020 02:40

Erm... yeah, that’s why it’s a sales trick.“That £200 per month is only £40 …Erm... yeah, that’s why it’s a sales trick.“That £200 per month is only £40 per week!”Or“That £40 a week is only £160 a month!”Sneaky sales guff. Works though.


Wow that complicated mathematics. Those sales guys are clever and sneaky. No wonder they get such high sales commissions, using that sneaky trick on the unsuspecting public.
Aweful car, aweful badge.
If your going to lease a car get one that’s decent.
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How much to borrow a car??? For that price I could buy a had you for a minute there though, c'mon admit it 😁
Great price for a brand new car.
Don't forget to add the £198 admin fee
You'd get more heat if you put lease in the title. Even though it's in the merchant name it doesn't trigger the search alerts.
ezzer7223/05/2020 03:11

Aaah, are you one of those that think they must be good because VW own …Aaah, are you one of those that think they must be good because VW own them now?https://www.osv.ltd.uk/are-volkswagen-reliable/p.s. to be fair, Skodas do seem to be better than the other junk from the VW Group


My understanding is that many Skoda dealers are still smaller family owned dealers rather that the gaint national chains that don't give a t0ss about their customers and repeat custom
Early180023/05/2020 09:24

My understanding is that many Skoda dealers are still smaller family owned …My understanding is that many Skoda dealers are still smaller family owned dealers rather that the gaint national chains that don't give a t0ss about their customers and repeat custom


You understanding is incorrect.
Chiptivo23/05/2020 09:38

You understanding is incorrect.


My local (Wakefield) is ;
IS D. M. KEITH STILL OWNED AND RUN BY THE KEITH FAMILY?It certainly is, and has been since the 1950s. Dougal and Angus Keith, the sons of the founder, still own and actively run the business day-to-day. Both Dougal and Angus are Directors and regard themselves as ambassadors for D. M. Keith’s ‘family values’ of Fit, Fun, Family and Fearless and you’ll be as likely to see them making a customer a coffee or solving an IT issue as running a meeting!
0 - 60 time of 13 or 14 seconds is really poor though.
I remember when small SRI cars were a bit nippy...
Early180023/05/2020 09:47

My local (Wakefield) is ;IS D. M. KEITH STILL OWNED AND RUN BY THE KEITH …My local (Wakefield) is ;IS D. M. KEITH STILL OWNED AND RUN BY THE KEITH FAMILY?It certainly is, and has been since the 1950s. Dougal and Angus Keith, the sons of the founder, still own and actively run the business day-to-day. Both Dougal and Angus are Directors and regard themselves as ambassadors for D. M. Keith’s ‘family values’ of Fit, Fun, Family and Fearless and you’ll be as likely to see them making a customer a coffee or solving an IT issue as running a meeting!


My closest is Motorline, my next closest is.... Marshall... Then beadles... Yeah none near me are family owned.
gazcarts23/05/2020 09:17

Don't forget to add the £198 admin fee


It's in the figures.
Robo23/05/2020 08:48

Aweful car, aweful badge.If your going to lease a car get one that’s d …Aweful car, aweful badge.If your going to lease a car get one that’s decent.


Aweful spelling

And I'm sure you know a lot less about cars than you think you do.
ezzer7223/05/2020 02:23

Great find - if it had a Skoda badge on it the mob here would have it …Great find - if it had a Skoda badge on it the mob here would have it scorching!Just one correction, £3910.80 over 2 years is £37.60 a week - you would never get a job in sales calculating 4 weeks in each month!


It's a decent price. The Skoda scala which is £400 extra over the year is a much larger car. 30cm longer. So if you have a family and need more leg room or boot space it is a bargain.

Also Skoda seems to be up there in terms of reliability. Definitely best in vw stable. Vauxhall have terrible rep, although my wife had a corsa for 7 years and whilst more things went wrong with it than on my Alfa it was very cheap to repair.
moonmonkey23/05/2020 09:53

0 - 60 time of 13 or 14 seconds is really poor though.I remember when …0 - 60 time of 13 or 14 seconds is really poor though.I remember when small SRI cars were a bit nippy...


Corsa/Fester class now same size as 70s/80s Granada, 4+m long, 1.7m wide, 1200+kg etc
Early180023/05/2020 10:08

Corsa/Fester class now same size as 70s/80s Granada, 4+m long, 1.7m wide, …Corsa/Fester class now same size as 70s/80s Granada, 4+m long, 1.7m wide, 1200+kg etc


Fester
Adam_Shippam23/05/2020 09:56

My closest is Motorline, my next closest is.... Marshall... Then …My closest is Motorline, my next closest is.... Marshall... Then beadles... Yeah none near me are family owned.


Going to be a big shake out. Even before corona panic big chains couldnt make 'premium' brands pay their way; sytner.co.uk/vol…re/
Edited by: "Early1800" 23rd May
Early180023/05/2020 10:08

Corsa/Fester class now same size as 70s/80s Granada, 4+m long, 1.7m wide, …Corsa/Fester class now same size as 70s/80s Granada, 4+m long, 1.7m wide, 1200+kg etc


That will be why then.
ezzer7223/05/2020 03:11

Aaah, are you one of those that think they must be good because VW own …Aaah, are you one of those that think they must be good because VW own them now?https://www.osv.ltd.uk/are-volkswagen-reliable/p.s. to be fair, Skodas do seem to be better than the other junk from the VW Group


I may be wrong but I heard the new technology in the cars go into the Audi first, then VW and Skoda last, so by the time it actually reaches the skoda the bugs are mostly fixed. But that's just what I heard, I could be wrong... if I am wrong I'm sure someone will correct me lol
Edited by: "nia112001" 23rd May
Early180023/05/2020 09:24

My understanding is that many Skoda dealers are still smaller family owned …My understanding is that many Skoda dealers are still smaller family owned dealers rather that the gaint national chains that don't give a t0ss about their customers and repeat custom


That's certainly true in Tyne and Wear/County Durham. Pulman own a couple of Skoda dealerships around here. I've got a few VWs in the household. Even though I have 2 Lookers VW branches on my doorstep, I'll travel 12 miles to Pulman VW Sunderland or 25 miles to Pulman VW Durham for service and warranty work because Lookers are awful to deal with and have damaged my previous cars then denied it, or have done a poor job of accident repairs.

Just yesterday I drove to Pulman Durham to get the wife's Polo GTI+ serviced. Courtesy cars are free - Lookers charge £12 "admin fee" plus £5 insurance charge, effectively making it £17 a day to borrow an Up!

Good service from a dealership group that cares about the customer is worth going out of the way for.

The trouble with car reliability is that cheap and simple cars have less to go wrong. As you pay more, you get more kit and complexity and higher expectations also.

If you look at the reliability indices of individual models, your bare bones Kia Picanto or VW Up! will be more reliable than your fully loaded Kia Sportage or VW Tiguan. A car marque with most of their models in the low to middle sector will similarly score better than one with most of their models in the medium to large sector. Car reliability between the best and the worst these days isn't magnitudes apart. All car companies now source parts globally, focus on the lowest price and have standard methods of assembly and shared parts that fit the same way across marques within a group. To suggest that an Audi A3 is built to a better standard than a Skoda octaves or vice versa doesn't add up. Customer expectations at the higher price point change and people are going to shout up more if they have warranty work on a £39k S3 than a £18k Octavia 1.0TSI.
nia11200123/05/2020 10:19

I may be wrong but I heard the new technology in the cars go into the Audi …I may be wrong but I heard the new technology in the cars go into the Audi first, then VW and Skoda last, so by the time it actually reaches the skoda the bugs are mostly fixed. But that's just what I heard, I could be wrong... if I am wrong I'm sure someone will correct me lol


I think you're about right, it's certainly my theory too.

I think also that a lot of Skoda buyers are a little smug too, like they have beaten the system by obtaining a 'cut price Audi', and are less likely to boast about any problems that may occur...
Edited by: "ezzer72" 23rd May
ezzer7223/05/2020 02:23

Great find - if it had a Skoda badge on it the mob here would have it …Great find - if it had a Skoda badge on it the mob here would have it scorching!Just one correction, £3910.80 over 2 years is £37.60 a week - you would never get a job in sales calculating 4 weeks in each month!


Ah, you mean like this:


hotukdeals.com/dea…423
HorseBoxGuy23/05/2020 10:42

Ah, you mean like …Ah, you mean like this:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/skoda-scala-hatchback-123-months-lease-no-fee-at-yes-lease-3469423


Yes.
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