VW Polo Match 1.2 3dr Free 1 year insurance till April 30th £11,555 @ Volkswagen
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VW Polo Match 1.2 3dr Free 1 year insurance till April 30th £11,555 @ Volkswagen

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Found 22nd Apr 2012
If you are over 21 and live in a high catorgory insurance area this deal might save you money.. VW Polo Match comes with alloys A/c and great residuals compared to Skoda Fabia recently on here. What makes this special is the free insurance and servicing. Insurance for a 22 year old in Highgate on similar car would be £2500 so as a package this is worth considering. Finance is 7.9%. See terms and conditions for insurance at insurewithvolkswagen.co.uk/polo
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Overall cost is actually £12,909
Compared to a cash price of £10,781.59 from bettercardeal
I'd say the s is the better buy over the Match as it has £500 off.
over priced. 3 cylinder engine i believe. cold
Or save £2.5k and buy the more powerful Fabia.
oddballjamie

I'd say the s is the better buy over the Match as it has £500 off.



The S is proper poverty spec, worth going for the match which has a much nicer spec.
Or get the better spec'd Fabia for £8500 and put the £3k towards your insurance! The fabia also has the more powerful 70bhp engine....so if you have the 70bhp in the polo which is £12935 it is a £4.5k saving.

I suggest you also check residuals against the 2 before saying the Polo is better.

Its also £10183 from DrivetheDeal so unless you are a badge snob and your insurance is more than £1500 this deal is freezing.
Edited by: "jrw" 22nd Apr 2012
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The S is proper poverty spec, worth going for the match which has a much … The S is proper poverty spec, worth going for the match which has a much nicer spec.



It may be nice but it's £2k extra for air con and alloys. Smart move would be the Fabia.
You also need to have had your licence for a minimum of one year and no claims in last three years.
i dont think people voting this cold realise there are a lot of young people out there paying over £2500 a year for insurance. For them, this could be a good deal
You can get a Honda Jazz for £11,600 with 3 years interest free and £300 towards your insurance and 3 years free servicing.

More space, better residuals and far more reliable!
futura

i dont think people voting this cold realise there are a lot of young … i dont think people voting this cold realise there are a lot of young people out there paying over £2500 a year for insurance. For them, this could be a good deal



£2500 for the 2nd year for an over 21 year old, they must be living in a bad place. Also it's the first year or two when drivers are most at risk of having bumps and scrapes so used cars are a better option at first.
HotBot

You can get a Honda Jazz for £11,600 with 3 years interest free and £300 t … You can get a Honda Jazz for £11,600 with 3 years interest free and £300 towards your insurance and 3 years free servicing.More space, better residuals and far more reliable!



I'm thinking the Polo 3dr and Honda Jazz are targeted at different demographics.
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My Daughter got a new Corsa with free insurance last year. The renewal is ridiculous hence I was looking for a car with free insurance to replace. My daughter would not be happy with the image of a Skoda, as these appeal to a different type of canny buyer I suspect! I prefer the looks of the Polo anyway. A work colleague in Birmingham told me his 22 year old who has been driving claim free for 3 years has been quoted £4500 this year on his 2007 Nissan Micra, so as mentioned in this posting this deal will only perhaps appeal to younger motorists!
0049ner

My Daughter got a new Corsa with free insurance last year. The renewal is … My Daughter got a new Corsa with free insurance last year. The renewal is ridiculous hence I was looking for a car with free insurance to replace. My daughter would not be happy with the image of a Skoda, as these appeal to a different type of canny buyer I suspect! I prefer the looks of the Polo anyway. A work colleague in Birmingham told me his 22 year old who has been driving claim free for 3 years has been quoted £4500 this year on his 2007 Nissan Micra, so as mentioned in this posting this deal will only perhaps appeal to younger motorists!


Tell the guy to shop around, no way is it that much to insure a Micra in Birmingham with three years no claims. My partners sister lives in Brum, has a Micra with two years no claims and pays £1k. I lived there for 27 years and the most I ever paid was £1400 and that was my first year on a group 11 car.
Also the money you lose on selling a year old Corsa will out weigh the insurance, ignore the renewal, shop around and keep hold of that lifetime warranty on the first owner.
SKIDS LIKE A GOLF !!!!
after the report by Dont get done get Dom
No thx
peterdarlison

SKIDS LIKE A GOLF !!!!after the report by Dont get done get DomNo thx



Too funny man, thanks for the laugh.
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