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buy a new Fiat and get 0% finance for three years
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(highfive) Buy a brand new Fiat and get 0% finance for three years. Doesn't seem like a bad deal to me.
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makkan009th Nov

He is just saying to keep you happy so you do not drive his car and kerb …He is just saying to keep you happy so you do not drive his car and kerb wheels of his car.I driver beamer and seriously considered this for miswa. Quality was terrible and cabin noise was high on motorway speeds. So ended up buying another beamer for her.


I'm so late but this has made my day . I drive fiat punto grande, my other half drives Range Rover sport. I used his car once while mine was in for MOT, needless to say I was never aloud again. I scrapped up the kerb only slightly and he didn't speak to me for almost a week. He bigs up my fiat to everyone now (only whilst I'm there of course)(annoyed)
Gordinho19 h, 20 m ago

I feel your pain, I had a petrol Freelander, what a money pit that was.


thanks man
scoobytawazara20 h, 43 m ago

really no maybe just the three engine changes on a 16000 mile punto has …really no maybe just the three engine changes on a 16000 mile punto has done it as it sits outside the house till i decide to give it away or risk another engine sick as a dog cost me a fortune



I feel your pain, I had a petrol Freelander, what a money pit that was.
woodalexjohn16 h, 41 m ago

Hyundai i10’s are the best city car!


The latest generation is among the better 'city' cars but it isn't the best. It's also bigger than most.

Most cars can be 'the best' to someone for some reason though.
Fiat Abarth 124 Spider 2 year personal lease £155 per month 5000 miles pa. £5496.78 Vehicle Savers
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Seems like a decent deal for a car with a £26K RRP. £155.66 inc VAT/month Initial Rental: £1400.94 Admin fee: £360.00 8K miles/annum is £169.48/month with a slightly larger initi… Read more
NickyZadok6 h, 8 m ago

None available


See my post above, may still be available from Fiat / Abarth dealer directly with 6000 pa
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mistachesta4 h, 11 m ago

Link doesn't work for me... "An error occured... You have an error in your …Link doesn't work for me... "An error occured... You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MariaDB server version for the right syntax to use near 'AND (svp.site_deal_business='YES' OR svp.site_deal_personal='YES') ORDER BY The' at line 55"


On a side note terrible website design. Completely open to SQL injection. Would not trust my data with them.
How does leasing work. Does this come with insurance?
got a reply back this morning with a quote then another email later saying all stock sold out.
This was via Vehiclesavers (not had a reply from the other company mentioned above)

Direct deal via Abarth dealer I mentioned above for 6000 and £500 more is advertised till the end of this month if they still have cars

Personal Contract Hire.

*Abarth 124 spider Scorpione 170hp 1.4 MultiAir. Initial rental of £1,393, followed by 23 monthly rentals of £199, incl. VAT & exclude maintenance. Based on 6,000 miles p.a. Excess mileage charges apply. This offer is applicable to Abarth 124 spider Scorpione stock vehicles only and is subject to availability. Vehicles must be ordered between 01/11/17 and 30/11/17 and registered by the 31/12/17. Subject to status. Guarantees may be required. Ts&Cs apply. Leasys, SL1 0WU.
Fiat Abarth 124 Spider 3 year lease £309 per month 8000 miles per annum. Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
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Initial Rental £1601.22 Admin Fee £198 35 monthly payments of £267 0-62 mph 6.8 Seconds Transmission Manual Fuel Type Petrol Fuel Economy 44.1 MPG CO2 148 g/km Bluetoot… Read more
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What a lovely miata
.MUFC.27th Sep

Cold, it's a Fiat, you can't polish a turd.



But you can roll it in glitter.
bma144527th Sep

Most dealers have demos available - fiat try to get rid of them after …Most dealers have demos available - fiat try to get rid of them after 400ish miles (mine had 300 on the clock).And PCP, so same price but have the option to buy it - seems better than leasing. Either way, it's a fantastic car.

Used pcps don’t have the pcp finance rate
MrSweeney27th Sep

Didn't really need to as the reference I made to it being Italian was a …Didn't really need to as the reference I made to it being Italian was a pretty loose label and at no stage did I make an argument for exactly who produced the car and where. The response I gave to the previous poster with info on Abarth was purely to highlight the pretty obvious link between the cars' Italian motor heritage, styling and the Company/Brand to dismiss the absurdity of it being "curious" to use the label Italian as if the two things were totally and utterly abstract which is obviously not the case. Bottom line is the brand itself is synonymous with Italian cars & styling and their badge is on it.My Hugo Boss Polo shirt I'm wearing right now says "made in China" on the label, that doesn't mean I consider myself to be a wearer and advocate of Chinese fashion.... The boss brand is still synonymous with and considered a luxury German fashion house and as such I would label the clothing as being "German" not Chinese, be it technically right or wrong. We can split hairs on most topics in life really given the desire.



I'm glad someone made a reference to fashion....

Name off the top of your head five German fashion houses (well just four more as Hugh Boss is already mentioned)!

Now off the top of your head, try the same for Italian fashion houses

Think when it comes to style, the Italians might just have that one - and no cheating using Google!
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MrSweeney27th Sep

Where will you store all those excellent "Special Buys" like the 50L air …Where will you store all those excellent "Special Buys" like the 50L air compressor (plus attachments) though...??


Oh, I can't afford those! I'm wasting money on a poxy, girls car I can't drive anywhere!
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Universal Wiper Blade + 14% OFF on top + free delivery - £1.80 @ Carparts4 less
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Length450mm / 18" Short CodeSP18 TypeUniversal Fitting PositionFront; Passenger Side Fitted Quantity1 Other InformationConstruction year to 201012, Supplementary Article 2 Mea… Read more
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CODE does not work says it has expired/invalid but if you use code payday that works to get the 14% off
Edited by: "toonarmy2000" 26th Sep 2017
Hot - although I'd suggest if people are finding that their wiper blades are smearing the windscreen, that they try giving the underside of the blades a good wash with hot soapy water, followed by a rinse and then testing whether their performance has improved, before just automatically replacing them.

It's surprising how much crud can accumulate on the blades, within a relatively short period of time.
Fiat Tipo - £4.33 per month! - £25.98 initial rental - 36 month contract @ Fleet Prices
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http://www.fleetprices.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/fiat/tipo-hatchback/tipo-diesel-hatchback-16-multijet-easy-plus-5dr-202329121 Rental profile 6 + 35 Annual mileage 10000 Processin… Read more
My first car was a fiat Tipo with the digital dash board. It was utter s**t, loved it.
at least you got a reply which is a bonus
Cashback?
Overpriced for a Fiat, cold
Do you own it at the end?







New 17 Reg 5 door Fiat Panda Only £5995 @ Motorvogue
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Save £3,300 £5,995 or £99 per month 6.7% APR Fiat Panda Pop 5 Door 1.2 Economy 55 mpg Road Tax £30
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GeoDogger

Its a convertible SD...



Again - why would you do that?
m5rcc

Why would you do that?



Its a convertible SD...
KVP

Haha, I've just remembered my wiper arms failed on the M6 on a … Haha, I've just remembered my wiper arms failed on the M6 on a particularly rainy day. That was... ...fun. That was on a Stilo. I was also showered in glass when a hinge on the door fell inside and when I pressed the button to raise the window... ...pop!. This is like talking to Renault Clio drivers when you realise the little foibles (in this case a sunroof that leaked) were faults that every owner lived with and not just your unlucky car.



The Punto's wipers failed during spectacularly heavy rain (as is the norm for Swansea), and I was doing about 40 on a dual carriageway, I was immediately completely blind, had to stick my head out of the window to safely pull over. One of my scariest moments in driving...
ezzer72



​1) So you worked for Kia or Ford dealership.
Ok, understood.

2) interesting, have you owned one? Statistic data and 'my mate says x' sounds like pub talk to me.

3) Sorry let me specify- this is my job. I engage with these engineers on a regular basis. So, take it as you like. (and yes, Maclaren engineering requires another level of 'Perfection').

4) ok, your right. I'm done. Thanks, good night.
Bit like the Fiat then.
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Fiat Tipo Hatchback 1.4 Easy Plus 5dr 2 year lease - £4619.84 @ Vehicles for Business
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Processing fee :£360.00 Contract term :24 months Rental profile :9 + 23 Annual mileage :8000 23 monthly rentals of:£133.12 Initial rental:£1198.08 cheap 2 year lease
Looks like a jag.
I had a tipo as first car. It fell apart, exhaust, engine mounts, clutch, gear selectors, fuse box set on fire. Loved it, so crap it made every journey exciting as you didnt know if you'd make it home. Like a top gear challenge of old!
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it goes back in 2 months I've had it 22months great car
umirza85

+1!


Same
wolfs1

where'd you get the gla? Now that sounds interesting...


+1!
Brand New Fiat Panda 1.2 Pop £6395 @ Perrys
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Cheapest anywhere in the country for a base model Brand New Fiat Panda 1.2 pop 5 doors as well add £60 if you want the extra seatbelt to make it into a 5 seater. i would recomme… Read more
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yes

the punto in question was a 2005 model using a mid 90s chassis and some components

the panda is a modern chassis with completely different components built in a different factory to the Punto

thanks
billysally208

This is the Panda - not the Punto


You think that Fiat make the Panda any better?
GDB2222

I bought a Fiat Punto which fell to bits in ten years. All sorts of … I bought a Fiat Punto which fell to bits in ten years. All sorts of mechanical bits that should be metal are made of plastic. The whole car was designed to last just the three year warranty period and then start failing. I scrapped it, ten years old and with only 50k on the clock. It was costing a fortune in repairs, and the last straw was the gearbox linkage breaking - yet another plastic part.


This is the Panda - not the Punto
Be 3 kids across the back seat only. I found I didn't like the driving position/pedals.
Brand New Fiat Doblo 1.4 petrol 7 seater £11380 from carwow / Fiat Sutton Park Group
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Absolute bargain if you need a brand new robust 7 seater and don't want a diesel. the £11380 price is achieved via a carwow quote from Fiat Sutton park dealer in Coventry. just m… Read more
joehart2

i agree Japanese is best, but again your looking at a 3or 4 year old car … i agree Japanese is best, but again your looking at a 3or 4 year old car with at least 50000 miles on vs brand new with a longer warranty.I like the verso but it's alot more cramped inside than the doblo, is alot higher insurance group, is no more or less efficient and parts are more expensive.the dealer told me if I wanted I basic spec 5 seater doblo, I could have it on the road for £9,500 an absolute bargain if your after a robust 5 seater load lugger.



Cant argue with that really - the Doblo is massive, which for 3+ kids is a real benefit.

I bought an '08 Honda FR-V in 2011, petrol auto EX-spec, leather, climate, roof rails, for £12200 from a Honda dealer - 32K miles on it. I felt I'd paid a lot but five years down the line the car has reached 70K for absolutely no unforseen expense. Its a fantastic vehicle, and feels like it will be around for another 10 years. So I'm incredibly biased about Japanese petrol cars, but with good reason!
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i agree Japanese is best, but again your looking at a 3or 4 year old car with at least 50000 miles on vs brand new with a longer warranty.

I like the verso but it's alot more cramped inside than the doblo, is alot higher insurance group, is no more or less efficient and parts are more expensive.

the dealer told me if I wanted I basic spec 5 seater doblo, I could have it on the road for £9,500 an absolute bargain if your after a robust 5 seater load lugger.
As a new car deal its hot, but I'd have to side with the comments on buying a good used car for similar money.

A Toyota Verso 1.8 Valvematic, particularly the excellent auto, could be had for similar money, especially between now and end of December, which is the best time for dealers trying to offload cars before end of 2016. 5yr warranty from new on all Toyota's so could expect 18 months worth at least, for a far more refined, more powerful (subjectively) and more comfortable car.

Jap + non-turbo petrol is the best formula for reliability, and thats all that matters for crucial family transport.

Remarkably it seems you can have it with no AC - is the OPs spec without?!
Very hot deal, I have been looking for a new 7 seater with removable back seats.
Fiat Fullback Diesel 2.4 180hp LX Double Cab Pick Up LCV £6069.60+VAT Business Contract Hire (business users ONLY) 9+23 8k mpa £180.30+vat (£1,622.70+vat Initial Rental) £300+vat booking fee - vehicles for business
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Apologies I know you guys like the total to be worked out but I have no idea how to do it. Seen a poster on fb this morning on their page for what seems like a cheap deal after com… Read more
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welsh ham

Have you actually owned a fiat?


No, I've always bought a car!
splender

You are negative, this is not Fiat 500 and in any case you are misleading … You are negative, this is not Fiat 500 and in any case you are misleading people with old news from 2014 without catching up on fixed news in Jan 2015 and now we are Nov 2016. One year and 10 months you are still negatively burnt in your head and try to put off people with old news.



​wow. do you have photos of fiats all over your walls with candles lit. you should get a girlfriend mate and occupy your time a little better. obviously you drive a fiat and arn't prepared to hear negative comments on the pretty girly cars
nick140773

​wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything a … ​wasn't it fiat 500's that wouldn't go uphill and wouldn't do anything about it untill watchdog covered the story


You are negative, this is not Fiat 500 and in any case you are misleading people with old news from 2014 without catching up on fixed news in Jan 2015 and now we are Nov 2016. One year and 10 months you are still negatively burnt in your head and try to put off people with old news.
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welsh ham

Surprised as. We have had nine fiats and are currently on our 6th ALFA … Surprised as. We have had nine fiats and are currently on our 6th ALFA and the only real problem has been the dealers who are useless. But fortunately there are some good ALFA indys out there.


Really pleased that you have had good fortune. I forgot to mention the dealer network, absolutely laughable. One of my Fiat purchases lasted all of two days. The dealer made such a **** up, the car had to be returned or legal action would have followed. Honestly, I take no great pleasure in slagging off Fiat as they design lovely cars, unfortunately building them is a problem, for me anyway. My favourite two cars were both Fiats. The 500, the last Fiat we bought was a design icon, but almost killed my wife. My previous Fiat to that was a Grande Punto Multijet Sporting. 1.9 diesel that went like stink, and great fuel economy. Alas, Fiat no more as my wife has threatened to have me sectioned as insane if I buy another one!
Zontes

I have owned 12 since the 1980's onwards until my final purchase in 2012. … I have owned 12 since the 1980's onwards until my final purchase in 2012. Never again. Build quality shocking. I could write a book about FIAT (FIX IT AGAIN TONY, FIX IT AGAIN TOMORROW). Absolute ****.I can list them all if you like.



Zontes

I have owned 12 since the 1980's onwards until my final purchase in 2012. … I have owned 12 since the 1980's onwards until my final purchase in 2012. Never again. Build quality shocking. I could write a book about FIAT (FIX IT AGAIN TONY, FIX IT AGAIN TOMORROW). Absolute ****.I can list them all if you like.


Surprised as. We have had nine fiats and are currently on our 6th ALFA and the only real problem has been the dealers who are useless. But fortunately there are some good ALFA indys out there.
Fiat Panda POP 1.2 69 BHP £6995 + 0%APR (£3628 Deposit) 24 months @ Fiat dealers
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not exatly Ferrari but not bad value. Featured specification Body coloured bumpers Central locking Curtain airbags Trip computer Trip computer Dual drive PAS Radio/CD with MP3 pl… Read more
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ft7

Hot for me, I had my Fiat Panda for 10 years and not one problem, (touch … Hot for me, I had my Fiat Panda for 10 years and not one problem, (touch wood)even though I have never had it serviced.



I feel sorry for whoever you sold it to!
Not a bad car for the money but find out about your local dealer before you buy, some are good, some are so bad they will put you off Fiat for life.
Hot for me, I had my Fiat Panda for 10 years and not one problem, (touch wood)even though I have never had it serviced.
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-AbUd4ARST1I/VB7OBHqeoMI/AAAAAAAADwE/30qI1N4CBAk/s1600/pops.JPG
great to drive plenty of room inside for a small hatch. hot from me
Fiat 500 Hatchback 1.2 Pop 3dr £3934.78 Contract term : 36 months Annual mileage : 5000 £3934.78 @ Fleetprices
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I have just leased a brand new Fiat 500 Pop 1.2 for only £84 per month with a deposit of £756 and an admin fee of £238.80 from fleet prices.co.uk. Check it out if you are in the ma… Read more
That is a FANTASTIC price , just spoke to Fleetprices .Ashley very nice man, explained there are lots of options and different mileage allowances and you can get it in lots of colours for not much more a month AND even better you can get maintenance including tyres on this deal for only £9.50 a month, Definitely a great deal .
This would be a great deal if 8k miles per annum. The missus pays £116/mth for 10k in a sport spec, deposit £500 and £150 fee. She had to wait a few months for it though.
Don't lease a car for someone's first car because statistically they have a knock.
I've given heat. £1,320 per year is pretty good. The mileage is a bit on the low side but assuming it is an 18 year-old's first car, they probably can't afford fuel for more than that.
I don't think that's a very good offer! 5000 miles pa? I hope you didn't go through with the lease. I leased a VW Polo GTI for £150 a month with a £1200 deposit & 10000 mile pa.
NEW FIAT PANDA 1.2 Pop 5dr Only £6695.00 MRRP: £9,455 | Save: £2,760  @ Pentagon
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NEW FIAT PANDA 1.2 Pop 5dr This new Fiat Panda 1.2 Pop 5dr Hatchback has a 69 BHP Petrol engine and a combined fuel economy of 54.3 miles per gallon. It comes with a full Fiat 3 … Read more
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boostii

This vehicle is little more than a toy, no real man would be seen near it.


You might think differently when you pass your driving test and discover it will cost you £3000 to insure your 1996 Fiesta Pop for the first year!
What is all this real man nonsense? Wind your necks in and get to bed. Back to school in the morning.
This vehicle is little more than a toy, no real man would be seen near it.
I came here for the middle aged nerds arguing about... well nothing really.
lennyuk

New Fiat's stopped getting breakdown cover about 4 years ago. Source: I … New Fiat's stopped getting breakdown cover about 4 years ago. Source: I have purchased 3 since they stopped and several before (yes I like new cars!)



Really? I'm sure the group still do it. My Alfa did, and my parents ordered a new Jeep yesterday which comes with it.

Maybe it's just certain models then.
Smeg Fiat 500 Drinks Chiller £5999.89 - Costco
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Drinks not included ........ and a 90 day lead time. SMEG have collaborated with Fiat 500 to produce a vintage style drinks chiller. The SMEG500 is something much more than “just … Read more
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centaurandrew

You just took my post and added a flight to it. They do say imitation is … You just took my post and added a flight to it. They do say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery so thanks....



You need to get a life pal and if anyone wants to add on to this feel free!! Just don't let centaurandrew know!! He will probably phone the plagiarism police.
little_red_devil

For this price, you could travel to Italy, buy a vintage 500, transport … For this price, you could travel to Italy, buy a vintage 500, transport it back, buy a fridge and get someone to custom make it for you. Could probably do it in less than 90 days too.At the end of the day it is a standard drinks fridge with a plastic case around it. There's no way it should cost any more than a standard SMEG.



You just took my post and added a flight to it. They do say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery so thanks....
mickgoodie

if someone wants me to give me 5 grand for my fiat 500 I will also throw … if someone wants me to give me 5 grand for my fiat 500 I will also throw in a free fridge.....



Interested ..... How old is the fridge and has it had much use ? , also can you tell me if there is any damage to the door or interior compartments ? - I like my fridge to look the part as well as be reliable for the family home.
if someone wants me to give me 5 grand for my fiat 500 I will also throw in a free fridge.....
who thought this would be a good idea for a product?
fiat drive away today deal
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From 15th February to 31st march, you can drive away in any new car in fiat range with £0 deposit and £0 to pay for the first 3 months 5.9% APR Representative.   Simply sign and dr… Read more
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oddballjamie

It's Tony. FIAT even ran an ad to finally address the … It's Tony. FIAT even ran an ad to finally address the joke.http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/fiat-500x-fix-it-again-tony/video/gm-5358571



I prefer Tomorrow. It implies that the Fiat has to be fixed every day, probably by Tony.
anonymous15

FixItAgain Tony



fix it again TOMORROW
Fix
It
Again
Tony
Buying a Fiat over 4 years? oO
PANDA POP 1.2 8V 69HP£99 month and £129 deposit £5976.00 @ Fiat
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4 year lease with 6k allowance per year, I know not a huge allowance but the low repayments and low deposit will appeal to many a family looking for a cheap shopping runabout
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monkeyhanger75

Demisters don't work as well as aircon - usually you have to be blowing a … Demisters don't work as well as aircon - usually you have to be blowing a hurricane at your screen to clear it before the engine has properly warmed up and can have a decent stab at warming all the air in the cabin. It doesn't dry the air out like aircon does, and depending on whether your car has a pre-heater or not (i'm guessing not if it doesn't have aircon), the car could take a lot longer to warm up when you're diverting the heat that the engine is generating while trying to warm up into heating the air you're blasting onto the windscreen. Seconds to clear with aircon (without the hurricane), minutes to clear with a demister. They call it a demister as it's the best chance a car of very limited equipment has of keeping the windscreen clear of mist without aircon.



​lol at this argument although totally agree with this comment. demister/blowers are useless when the weather is very damp and you are trying clear your windscreen air conditioning is good at clearing fast but I find you become reliant on it after using it because the screen steams up twice as fast when you turn it off due to the temperature differential with the outside world. when they are not broken fords front heated screens are probably the best option available
monkeyhanger75

Demisters don't work as well as aircon - usually you have to be blowing a … Demisters don't work as well as aircon - usually you have to be blowing a hurricane at your screen to clear it before the engine has properly warmed up and can have a decent stab at warming all the air in the cabin. It doesn't dry the air out like aircon does, and depending on whether your car has a pre-heater or not (i'm guessing not if it doesn't have aircon), the car could take a lot longer to warm up when you're diverting the heat that the engine is generating while trying to warm up into heating the air you're blasting onto the windscreen. Seconds to clear with aircon (without the hurricane), minutes to clear with a demister. They call it a demister as it's the best chance a car of very limited equipment has of keeping the windscreen clear of mist without aircon.


What utter nonsense.
A demister works on any modern car perfectly well as does mine.
Air-CON is a form of status symbol like alloy wheels or a gti badge.
Its like old bald men driving open top mercs for the poor.
SixtyFive

It will never mist up with the demister on.Thats why its called a … It will never mist up with the demister on.Thats why its called a demister.



Demisters don't work as well as aircon - usually you have to be blowing a hurricane at your screen to clear it before the engine has properly warmed up and can have a decent stab at warming all the air in the cabin. It doesn't dry the air out like aircon does, and depending on whether your car has a pre-heater or not (i'm guessing not if it doesn't have aircon), the car could take a lot longer to warm up when you're diverting the heat that the engine is generating while trying to warm up into heating the air you're blasting onto the windscreen. Seconds to clear with aircon (without the hurricane), minutes to clear with a demister.

They call it a demister as it's the best chance a car of very limited equipment has of keeping the windscreen clear of mist without aircon.
Edited by: "monkeyhanger75" 9th Nov 2015
monkeyhanger75

The aircon can have your windscreen clear in seconds if the windscreen is … The aircon can have your windscreen clear in seconds if the windscreen is misty on the inside and keep it that way the whole journey - you can have it clear before you move off. On the other hand, you could give the inside of your windscreen a wipe before you set off, but on a cold winters day it is likely to mist up again early on in the journey, causing you to pull over for (1) another wipe, (2) squint through the condensation, or (3) wipe while on the move. Luckily you know your Highway code and will undoubtedly choose option 1, stopping at a safe place to wipe your windscreen.


It will never mist up with the demister on.
Thats why its called a demister.
SixtyFive

You need to re-read the highway code & follow it's orders before you move … You need to re-read the highway code & follow it's orders before you move off in you're car.Was it you I watched a video of on the M4 driving with a tiny gap to see through released by the Police to show how many drivers have no understanding of the highway code & driving with clear & clean windows ensuring the are so before they leave the roadside?



The aircon can have your windscreen clear in seconds if the windscreen is misty on the inside and keep it that way the whole journey - you can have it clear before you move off.

On the other hand, you could give the inside of your windscreen a wipe before you set off, but on a cold winters day it is likely to mist up again early on in the journey, causing you to pull over for (1) another wipe, (2) squint through the condensation, or (3) wipe while on the move.

Luckily you know your Highway code and will undoubtedly choose option 1, stopping at a safe place to wipe your windscreen.
Fiat 500X Crossover 1.6 MultiJet Cross Fully Maintained 24 Month Lease deal, 8K mpa, £137.94 PCM, Initial £827.64 at gateway2lease
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Cheap fully maintained lease deal at G2L, includes all services, tyre replacements, brake replacements (and, being a fiat, engine replacements lol) etc etc Funky looking crossover… Read more
Horrible looking car but great deal with maintainance. I won't vote either way!
Looks like it's gone, now I can only find the same deal excluding maintenance for £132 pcm
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markymark34

If you are going through brake pads in £16k you have serious issues!



I have never paid £16k for brake pads......
krishman

Over 16k, I would estimate (depending on type of usage obviously) … Over 16k, I would estimate (depending on type of usage obviously) probably 1 service, 1 set of tyres and 1 set of brake pads....that would maybe be a cost of circa £700 over the term if done at dealer at a guess....a reasonable saving in my opinion.



If you are going through brake pads in £16k you have serious issues!
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doggboy10

seems a decent deal at a glance but are you paying a premium for the … seems a decent deal at a glance but are you paying a premium for the fully maintained part, when in reality you are probably only going to require 1 service in the 2 years from new doing 8k miles a year.


Over 16k, I would estimate (depending on type of usage obviously) probably 1 service, 1 set of tyres and 1 set of brake pads....that would maybe be a cost of circa £700 over the term if done at dealer at a guess....a reasonable saving in my opinion.
BRAND NEW Fiat 500 1.2 s ONLY £143.94 inc VAT per month OCT Delivery 24 months £4444 @ nationwidevehiclecontracts
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Nintendologist

Where was your deal from?


The deal was from last November. I got mine from Future Vehicle Leasing. It was on a 6+23 payment plan, £710 deposit + £118 per month for 23 month. Unfortunately, prices seem to have gone up for Fiestas but if you shop around, you can find good deals on other cars such as SEAT Leons.
PhoenixRising

I'm paying about £3400 over 2 years for my Fiesta Zetec S which is vastly … I'm paying about £3400 over 2 years for my Fiesta Zetec S which is vastly superior, i.e. more space, much better engine, more reliable, etc.



Where was your deal from?
Not as cute but I'm paying £2500 over two years for a Panda.
A lease deal posted by someone who piped up on someone else's lease deal about how leasing is for mugs and wasted money!!

What a tool.
cruisecars

yawn its a ford lol


So what's your point? A Mustang is a Ford, a GT is a Ford, they're still great cars. At the end of the day, the Fiesta Zetec S is still a much better car than this Fiat 500 for a lot less money.
Fiat Panda 1.2 Easy 5dr - £474 deposit & £79 per month - 10,000 miles pa - 2 year lease £2291.00 @ Fleet Prices
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Fiats positioning of the pedals is usually very uncomfortable
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Good deal if your not worried about driving a panda.
karlie88

Cheapest car lease deal ever on HUKD with 20,000 mileage allowance … Cheapest car lease deal ever on HUKD with 20,000 mileage allowance over the term!Equivalent to £95.46 per month. Not even 5k pa lease deals have been this cheap.1st monthly installment - £474.23 monthly payments of £79.No admin fee.Total payable over term £2291.May get one for my nan or as a track day car for myself.69bhp and top speed of 102mph (110mph if you slipstream).

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