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Ford v Ferrari 4K £6.40 to own on iTunes US
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Pwhite76

It is called Le Mans 66 here in the UK (Ford v Ferrari in the US). Apparently the name was changed for the UK / other regions. For reference - https://uk.movies.yahoo.com/amphtml/james-mangold-le-mans-66-ford-v-ferrari-title-change-111853216.html

ghow007

Nope, was always called Ford v Ferrari, but also had the wording Le Mans 66 on the cover

jarviand

Yep.... but really good film though.

CHEEPSTUFFRULES!

I am sure this was called Le Mans '66 when I saw it at cinema. Is this dumbing down for the US market again?

Candystore

I'm surprised people still 'buy' films.

Harrison Ford Collection [Blu-ray] [2015] [Region Free] £12.03 (£15.02 without Prime) @ Amazon
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Works out roughly £2.41 movie. (y) The movies in the collection are Frantic , Presumed Innocent , The Fugitive , Firewall and 42 .
chip75

Not unless Warner Bros. buy Lucasfilm (and FOX) off Disney (they'd probably have to buy Paramount as well)!

BigBen75020

The fugitive

Player_1

Frantic was 1988? Damn, I feel old!

Mikeonfreeserve

Fuggy Tivvy...........great movie

robodan918

GET OFF MY PLANE AND GIVE ME BACK MY FAMILY! P.S. I'M INNOCENT (Tommy Lee Jones): I DON'T CARE!

CHILDRENS Ford Ranger Monster Truck - The Ultimate for your Child - £249 @ eBay / excessstockuk
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CHILDRENS Ford Ranger Monster Truck - The Ultimate for your Child - £249 @ eBay / excessstockuk
Ford Ranger Monster Truck Fully licensed children ride on car, with 12V10AH*1 battery and 35W*4 motors. With MP3 music, power display,USB/Radio/SD card input socket, Bluetooth fu… Read more
mshakil

Hi, have one of these and it does not affect speed. Some may have two batteries which are sold as 24v..

majorwedgy84

4 motors and 7kph. It will be a nice constant fast walking pace. Had one with 2 motors and that zipped along happily in fast setting

RVK

is this 12V or 24V version? if its 12V then that will be too slow.

turkchink

Does this come with a parent remote ?

hatot

I've been avoiding buying one of these for my kids for years ......now I'm considering it due to boredom 😁 (y)

Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Edition 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - No upfront cost + £199.99 pm = £4800 @ Leasing Options
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Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Edition 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - No upfront cost + £199.99 pm = £4800 @ Leasing Options
£4,800£5,48212%Leasing Options Deals
Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Edition on a 2 year lease. Works out at 23.5% of £20.4k P11D value with metallic paint, 8k miles pa, £199.99 net per month (1+23) w… Read more
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newbzors

I have a 1.6 ecoboost in my previous generation ST and easily get 39 mpg during normal every day driving. For a car of its type it’s pretty decent! Not sure why the 1.0 ecoboosts struggle so much

JamesNaselli

Yeah, I've test driven multiple fords with an "eco" boost, and my friends struggle to get above 43mpg...

lauren993

I'm probably wrong but I think the ST-Line is the same engine, outputting 140hp roughly? I can't imagine an extra 18hp on top of that causing catastrophic failures, but like I said, I'm probably wrong.

kwl147

Hmm from what I’ve heard from people in the trade Toyota are considered pretty reliable. No car is bullet proof but they’re pretty good with only maybe the most recent of cars like the corolla an unknown. Build quality and infotainment isn’t the reason you buy a Toyota. Doesn’t take much research before you see other manufacturers from say Germany have better build quality and infotainment systems. A GT86 isn’t slow objectively speaking. Its just not fast by today’s standards. Can’t comment on infotainment system.

kennyhkw

Toyota's are most definitely not bulletproof. The 90s were the special years for them. Nowadays Toyota's are just as flaky. I had a GT86 and it had flaky build quality. Also the infotainment was horrendous. Slow as a week in jail, took 2mins to connect to Bluetooth. Sold the car after 6 months and was not impressed.

Ford Ecosport Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line 5dr 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £163 pm + £978 initial + £150 fee = £4877 @ Leasing Options
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Ford Ecosport Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line 5dr 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £163 pm + £978 initial + £150 fee = £4877 @ Leasing Options
£4,877£5,87017%Leasing Options Deals
Ford Ecosport Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line 5dr on a 2 year lease. Works out at 23% of £21.2k P11D value with metallic paint, 8k miles pa, £162.99 per month (6+23) plus £977… Read more
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slimjimjim80

Jerez.. you two still at it? I thought I unsubscribed from this thread (lol)

soldierboy001

That unfortunately is your problem.

rooney10

You lost me after your non-sensical opening statement. I can confirm that calling someone an Idiot or stating that you 'think' they look like an idiot are indeed derogatory comments as they are based on your opinion. That is factual and if you are still unsure then please do feel free to type into google the words 'derogatory comments' yourself. I didn't bother reading the rest as it is quite obvious you are getting a little confused with just the basics. (confused)

ryan.griffiths4uh

https://www.leaseloco.com/car-leasing/ford/ecosport/10-ecoboost-125-titanium-x-pack-5dr/15248/2-24-5000-6-0 JUST TOOK A NOSE DIVE TODAY! in stock with met paint one of them!

m5rcc

Me posting a link, not a post, will not whittle supply to zero instantly.

Ford Kuga Estate 2.5 EcoBoost PHEV ST-Line X 5dr Auto 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £265 pm + £1589 initial = £7680 @ Leasing.com (Rivervale)
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Ford Kuga Estate 2.5 EcoBoost PHEV ST-Line X 5dr Auto 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £265 pm + £1589 initial = £7680 @ Leasing.com (Rivervale)
Good price for the New Ford Kuga PHEV ST Line X Auto with a Plug In Hybrid Electric Engine. On a 2 year lease works out at 20.4% of £37.7k P11D value , 8k miles pa, £264.81 per mo… Read more
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onlineo

Yes. I can see that... But I'm not sure these people either have an ev or phev or have a drive to install an unground charger or want to spend extra money on a very expensive wireless EV charger. if you find plugging in a chore then just buy an EV as most people can get away with plugging in a 200+ mile range EV once per week, whereas this is an every day plugin.

GAVINLEWISHUKD

Well I'm sure the people that find plugging it in a chore will quite happily sacrifice a bit of extra charging loss for the convenience.

onlineo

Hmmmm the technology is there but you loose about 15% extra efficiency.

GAVINLEWISHUKD

Yes using a 3 pin is not for everyone. But on the flip side if you choose a tethered wall box over a non tethered wall box people might use your box to charge your car. So switching it on or off at the breaker can be a pain. Probably in the long run we will have driveway wireless charging pads that are set only to charge authorised cars. Plugging in will only be for rapid charging away from home.

onlineo

You might be right... We have used the 3 pin on our BMW phev for the last 15 months. It is a pain in the neck as you have to unplug it and put it away to stop it getting nicked. Then plug it in at both ends. With a wall charger you just plug the lead from the wall charger straight into the car and all good. We have no drive and an unadopted road near the back garden. We park there and plug in the 3 point plug but we are not allowed a wall charger there as we don't own the road or the wall. There is no pavement to dangle across just our cable in thick weeds and bushes. Anyhow I would suggest that unplugging and charger at both ends then putting it in the boot of the car is a ball ache that I would happily spend £300 never to do again. We move house in the summer, so will get a charge point on our drive. Last point. Phev are far inferior to an EV. I will not get another one.

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2 x 5L Mannol Energy 5W30 FORD SPEC Fully Synthetic Engine oil ACEA A3/B3 API SL for £18.39 With Code @ lubriagecarpartsaccessories /eBay
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2 x 5L Mannol Energy 5W30 FORD SPEC Fully Synthetic Engine oil ACEA A3/B3 API SL for £18.39 With Code @ lubriagecarpartsaccessories /eBay
£18.39£22.9920%eBay Deals
Price includes delivery, with the code seems good price. Hope it helps someone. MANNOL Energy 5W-30 API SL Corresponds with requirements / specifications / products: SAE 5W-30 … Read more
firstofficer

Can this be used in my M5? Kindest regards

AdelRawas

Would this fit a Renault megane mk3 disel 1.9 2011?

morrig

Remember the days when car oil was 20/50.

jimm1364

Thanks OP, ordere

Doug_

Also comes in a 20 litre can for £34.99 - 20% = £27.99 www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mannol-ENERGY-5w30-Fully-Synthetic-Engine-Oil-20L-SL-CF-ACEA-A3-B3-WSS-M2C913-B/303139536604

Ford service £30 off
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Ford service £30 off
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£30 off a Ford dealer service if booked online for before the end of February, using discount code JAN30
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BlackCloud

Thanks, my main service next time so will look at alternatives although I wouldn't be surprised to find I'd changed car before then... already buttering up the Mrs :-)

dantesfireplace

Heat added as this is a nice discount :-) All main dealers should offer the 1 year extension to your Ford Recovery. I agree it's a nice addition. I have a Ford direct car that's still got it's 2 years AA recovery left on mine so that's not an issue. To maintain your warranty and use a non-Ford garage they must follow the Ford ETIS schedule and use Ford approved parts. I trust my local garage more than my local Evans Helshaw franchise so I simply provide the 5w20 Magnatec oil to my garage and they follow the official schedule. Cost me £105 for the service and £35 for 5 litres of 5w20. This was on a 2 year old MK8 EcoBoost Fiesta.

HotOrNotYouDecide

£200 for a service at a main dealership for many brands not unusual.

BlackCloud

Just had my interim service done at a main dealer. It's an expensive oil change as most of it is simply visually checking. However you need the proper service to maintain some warranties, and you can't guarantee the right spec oil in some non Ford places, especially if you have an Ecoboost. My main dealer gave me a 'free' years breakdown and recovery Inc home start so that really sweetened the price somewhat.

Noo_Ganoo

Agree you can almost certainly get cheaper servicing elsewhere (local garage or Kwikfit) but some may prefer to stick to main dealer servicing

Gina ford baby books all 49p instore @ Aldi Bedford
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Gina ford baby books all 49p instore @ Aldi Bedford
Gina ford baby and toddler books all down from £12.99 to £3.99 then to £0.49 in ALDI Bedford but possibly nationwide. Her contented baby book was the only thing that worked gettin… Read more
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MrAlbert

This should be in discussions as limited availability

muzhaque

A lot of the "thinking" about how to raise babies has moved on since Gina Ford had her hey day. That's not to say it doesn't work, because clearly it does for some families and they're grateful for the advice.

Now A New Film With Harrison Ford - The Call of the Wild Kindle Edition - Free @ Amazon
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Now A New Film With Harrison Ford - The Call of the Wild Kindle Edition - Free @ Amazon
FREE£0.01Amazon Deals
Jack London's novels and ruggedly individual life seemed to embody American hopes, frustrations, and romantic longings in the turbulent first years of the twentieth century, years … Read more
Boz

Thank You (y)

Jasper60

Another great find from Boz. Thanks!

Boz

Thank You deeply appreciate your kind comments . (y) :D

smainy

Thank you Boz always appreciate your findings. Call of the wild has had many movies made of it, and yet the far superior (in mine and my dads opinion anyway) White Fang has hardly ever been touched. Probably because it focuses more on the Wolf with less human involvement. Anyway, cracking stories - get them read everyone! Also want to say that I am currently reading The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins, this was part of a free pack highlighted by Boz and it is truly superb. Written around 1860 by a contemporary of Dickens, it's a great read. Easy to read and very modern in the way that the story narrative is progressed. Loving it and probably straight into my personal top 10!. Thanks again Boz, very much appreciated as but for you I might never have read it!

Boz

Yes Amazon use generic reviews for the same title but this doesn't apply to every publication of the same title. The reviews also predate the publication date of this version, I've updated the link to show the full original version as well. Film looks worth seeing I thought as well :)

Engine Oil Triple QX Premium SAE 5W30 Part Semi Synthetic 5L Ford Spec 5 Litre £11.89 at Carpartsaver/ebay
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Engine Oil Triple QX Premium SAE 5W30 Part Semi Synthetic 5L Ford Spec 5 Litre £11.89 at Carpartsaver/ebay
£11.89£139%eBay Deals
Not a bad oil for the price. Benefits: Easier starting Rapid circulation from cold Lower emissions API SL/CF, ACEA A5, B5 Ford M2C-913 A/B
trogggy

Are you sure? Just bought 12 litres (3 x 4L) of Mobil fully synth for around £50, which is a great price (50% off), but not as good as that. I'd happily use semi-synth in my old focus.

krizw

Go for the fully synthetic, it's only a pound or two more, (semi synthetic, how much synthetic in it, no one knows)

ebygum32

Because Castrol is just a name that and pays car firms lots of money to say they use it/promote its use, if the engine oil meets the spec then it’s safe to use and will do the job just like Castrol does

SteamyWee

No need to be sorry, nothing wrong with asking a question. Halfords often have Fully Synth on offer at £11 for 5 Litres. Hope that helps with your query. You're welcome (y)

Superman_turbo_pro_3000

Sorry but where are you able to buy 5 Litres of Fully Synthetic A5/B5 rated 5w30 oil for less than £11.89!? I would be interested to know?

Ford Tourneo Courier 1.0 Zetec 3year PCP (1 x £119 deposit 37 x £119 monthly payments) 6K mpa £4522 @ Evans Halshaw
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Ford Tourneo Courier 1.0 Zetec 3year PCP (1 x £119 deposit 37 x £119 monthly payments) 6K mpa £4522 @ Evans Halshaw
Ford Tourneo Courier 1.0 Zetec EcoBoost 3 year PCP deal 1 x £119 deposit 37 x £119 monthly payments Cracking deal as the 1.0 EcoBoost engine is being discontinued on this mo… Read more
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J1135

Hows everyone geting on with theirs?

Fatchops11

You can haggle with them, tell him you you will give him £139 for silver and £145 for the grey

J1135

Its the Synch 3 and parking aid bumping ya price up mate. 2K up front 117 a month on 12k Miles Rear parking sensors would be useful tho due to how much the bottom of the bumper sticks out. It's a lot nippier than I thoguth it would be and the engine is damn quiet The needing to depress cluth for hte engine to start is a minor pain but thank god theres no start/stop and it has a real handbrake!

SugarRay

I darent ask on the one with comfort and privacy after those quotes. Just looked through and found his quotes, cheers chops

SugarRay

38 months £149 for a silver one, parking aids and sync 3, £156 for mag grey with same extras plus privacy glass

Ford Accessories Up to 25% Off!
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Ford Accessories Up to 25% Off!
First time poster...so apologises if this contains errors. First time I’ve ever seen Ford Motor company selling accessories online and with 25% off! Please note it’s only on sele… Read more
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Lakesman

You would be better off buying from "Rates Ford" on eBay. I bought heaps of stuff for my motor and the savings were huge.

michaelwmichael

Just to manage expectations, it's more like 'upto 25%'. There's an awful lot that is still way more than the going rate. I'd recommend drawing inspiration from the accessories/extras on their site, but buying elsewhere.

Ford Mondeo Saloon 2.0 TiVCT Hybrid EV Titanium 5k 36m lease 35 x £134.87 + £1213.87 initial + £180 admin = £6,114.28 @ LeaseCars4Less.Com
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Ford Mondeo Saloon 2.0 TiVCT Hybrid EV Titanium 5k 36m lease 35 x £134.87 + £1213.87 initial + £180 admin = £6,114.28 @ LeaseCars4Less.Com
£6,114.28
Blue seems to be the only included colour.
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energy80s

Well, here's my old car, still for sale at a local garage ... https://www.mervynstewart.com/used-cars/ford-mondeo-zetec-econetic-16-tdci-5dr/26320/ Of those 49000 miles, 29500 was done by me in 15 months! Oh and the 2 mobile phones registered to it were both bought on Hot UK Deals!!

FunsizeR

Going the same way as the B-Max did, the same way the S-Max, C-Max and Ka has... It’s all about cross overs and SUV’s - America’s tin is well and truly on our roads

BattleBeast1

That's what I said though...if I was doing higher miles I would stick to the recommended intervals.....I have 5 cars so don't do big miles in any of them yearly.

BattleBeast1

I have a V6 Mk3,owned since 04...what model had the bad gearbox,never had or heard of any problems..... later models were a 5 cylinder Volvo engine like the St Focus, do you mean them?.

energy80s

If I was to change the oil every 4K miles I would be changing it very other month! :)

Ford Ranger Pick Up Double Cab Limited 2 2.2TDCi - 24m lease - 8k miles p/a - £1290 initial + £215pm + £180 admin = £6415 @ Leasing Options
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Ford Ranger Pick Up Double Cab Limited 2 2.2TDCi - 24m lease - 8k miles p/a - £1290 initial + £215pm + £180 admin = £6415 @ Leasing Options
Good price for this Ford Ranger Pick Up Double Cab Limited 2 2.2 TDCi (2019 model) - works out at 19.1% of £33.4k list price based on a 2 year lease with 8k miles. £214.99 per … Read more
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audievo

Me to. sorry just got back from the builders yard with my one bag of postcrete rattling about in the back of my truck (lol) Actually I don't have a ranger anymore but i did. and the tax beaks are very good and you can use it for work and home so you don't need a second car. (y)

BustyB293

No, I’m only having a bit of fun mate, you must see what I’m talking about though.

audievo

no.

BustyB293

Have you got double sleeve tats, and run a gym..../builder as that’s who drive them round here

audievo

If you run a business and are vat reg they are not pointless. You can claim the vat back and you can claim capital allowance for them. They have 5 seats and can carry a lot of weight and are great at towing.They are 4wd so will get you around if the weather is bad and you need to earn a living. They can be used as the family car if your business doesn't afford you the luxury of being able to buy a 2nd/family car too. (y)

Ford Fiesta ST Performance Edition - £19,574 @ Nationwidecars
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Ford Fiesta ST Performance Edition - £19,574 @ Nationwidecars
£19,574£26,49526%Nationwidecars Deals
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.

FREE - Ford Radio Code Unlock Code Generator
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FREE - Ford Radio Code Unlock Code Generator
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All other ford radio code websites charge anything from £5 to £10 to generate an unlock code for Ford radios. Ford charges £20 I believe. The code is needed if you disconnect the r… Read more
adeljay92

(highfive) (highfive) thanks for the info.

Martincawley2019

Thanks

twonebyby

Your code is 3717 (from https://freeradiocodes.co.uk)

Martincawley2019

Any1 no how I can get my code please been trying for a week sum1 rip me off for 25 pounds v034091

Rob_Gibbons

Worked a treat. Thanks very much, made a small donation as I’m happy to not be ripped off by dealerships.

Ford Kuga Estate 1.5 EcoBoost ST-Line Edition - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £1290 initial + £214.99pm + £120 admin = £6355 @ Leasing Options
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Ford Kuga Estate 1.5 EcoBoost ST-Line Edition - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £1290 initial + £214.99pm + £120 admin = £6355 @ Leasing Options
£6,355£7,060.1110%Leasing Options Deals
Good price for this Ford Kuga Estate 1.5 EcoBoost ST-Line Edition 5dr 2WD on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. Works out at 21.4% of £29.7k list price - £214.99 per month (6… Read more
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rborhara

Yes ive heard that , Edge looks a lot better than the Ford Kuga to me

Gazpacho321

You better be quick if you want an Edge. It's been dropped from the Ford UK lineup.

the1stcoke

I took the plunge. Cheers 😁 (y)

Chanchi32

Depends what you want, the Nationwide Vehicle deal link you sent does appear quite cheap for that model, on a 2 year contract on a 6+23 deal, 8k miles all costs included looks to be £6093.12 versus this deal of £6355 so £262 difference. However, I'd probably opt for ST line edition given cost difference is minimal but up to you.

the1stcoke

Thank you for the speedy response! So go with this post, and not the link I sent right?

2019 Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Nav 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No deposit + £219.99pm + £100 = £5379.76 @ Leasing Options
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2019 Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Nav 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - No deposit + £219.99pm + £100 = £5379.76 @ Leasing Options
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Back in stock and available to order - 2019 Ford Focus ST-Line Nav £219.99 a month on a 2 year lease (8k miles p/a) with no deposit and reduced admin fee of £100. With maintenance works out at £234.99 a month.
Excellent price for this 2019 Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Nav 5dr on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year (previous deal last month sold out). No deposit and £219.99 per … Read more
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Blitz0001

It’s not the beat in class though is it really. If it is, what class would you put it into? Versus an Astra?

Blitz0001

I’m glad you enjoy it. I really am. I was just saying that it isn’t good value, and there is better out there for the money that’s all

dankeech

I own this car and I love it and would make the same purchase again in a heartbeat. I get great driving pleasure and ownership from it for the money I paid. I own it and know what it's like. I'm sure there are owners of other cars in same bracket who like theirs as much or more - happy for them too. I also don't understand why the need to resurrect an old thread to criticise a product I guess you don't own. Enjoy your car, I enjoy mine too.

satyris

Why did you dig a thread from twelve months ago? (paraphrasing Pulp Fiction) Who's Thread? - Thread's dead, baby. Thread's dead

Blitz0001

And that’s not true. I have a 2016 1 series bm, and I’m thrashing 50mpg.

Ford Alloy Wheel Sale, use ebay code & save 10% more off this selection of wheels
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Ford Alloy Wheel Sale, use ebay code & save 10% more off this selection of wheels
£58.99£8026%eBay Deals
Not often I post, so be nice. Ford just uploaded a selection of Alloy Wheels on sale today and it looks that eBay have included the 10% PRICEWIN code so grab a bargain for a Genuin… Read more
Kulaak

Really surprised they cost so much in the first place. Thought that would be a normal price for a wheel!

cheekytrucker

Red or green , thats me out, mine is silver

newt182

No, these only fit red or green cars.

Godspeed

Cheers picked up a couple of escort Cossie rims (y)

TBC15

cosy wheels showing at £123

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