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30 Pounds off Ford Motorcraft Service  Orginal Price £149.00 ( £119.00 After Discount)
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31/12/2018Expires on 31/12/2018Found 3rd DecFound 3rd Dec
Another code SERVICE20 (£20 off - Routine Maintenance (For Cars under Warranty)) these codes are valid till 31st December. Appointments can be made up to 3 months in advance i.e. … Read more
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u664541

Can’t argue with £30 off.

daniellndn

Thankyou. Seems a good price. Is there a reason for this being cold? I am a bit puzzled, however have little knowledge of car things

kumar_bdesam

Thanks for the feedback .. I have amended post accordingly

gyro85

I think it may be cold as I read this as £30 off in which the price goes down to £149, however I knew that was standard so assumed actually it wasn’t a deal. No where in the title does it say 119

plebbygiraffe

Yep, still give that. A big plus.

coldpop

Ok, I see what you mean. Cheers.

Funky_DealFinder

I think you might have missed the point of his comment. You don't buy it from Argos, you buy it from Amazon once they price match the 342 and reduce most of their LEGO sets by 30%~ off as Amazon always does that nowadays.

coldpop

Argos 3for2 is a con. They hike the prices of the items so you’re not actually saving.

nuttallacpw

Looks like a good price

matengawhat

Don't think argos sell this 1

Tom Ford Noir Extreme 100ml EDP £65.95 sold by Amazon - be quick!
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This is not the EDT, it’s the EDP - brilliant price!
think

Wore mine last night but not sure the scent lasts after a few hour

coolcolin

The wife likes it on me, iv never had it before

4mazon

Arrived sealed, smells brilliant. Made in Switzerland by the way. I’m happy with it

coolcolin

So I everyone happy they are real??

Spriggsy

Had anyone that bought yesterday received and opened their purchase to provide a view on whether it’s genuine or fake?

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Dahon 7 speed folding bike - Branded Ford £269 bikesdirect365 / Ebay
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Think its the Dahon Vitesse D7 or D8 (Shimano gears) Looks pretty good price given the 2018 Dahon's are £500 ish.
bonzobanana

I'm certainly not confused, not sure about others but the point is the Brompton's have very good ride quality despite the wheel size for the reasons I've given. There are other factors not just wheel size. A aluminium framed bike with aluminium forks, sports saddle, low profile tyres can have horrific ride quality compared to a Brompton despite it's 700c wheels with even potholes being more jarring.

Besford

You're confusing yourself with too many variables! Keeping it simple: all other factors being equal, 16" wheels will fold smaller than larger ones but 20" ones will ride better on anything but a perfect surface - and 29" ones even better! Like everything in life there are compromises. Doesn't make Bromptons bad bikes, though they are ridiculously expensive.

bonzobanana

I'd agree with your basic point about 20" wheels riding better than 16" but the Brompton is designed so the main steel downtube flexes and it has a rear suspension rubber block so it actually provides an improved ride. I suspect it won't help though when those 16" wheels hit a pothole but generally it's meant to be superior to normal 16" folding bikes. The recent Dahon model that copies the basic Brompton design is meant to have horrible ride quality but then it has a rigid aluminium frame not designed to flex, low profile tyres and no rear suspension. I would of thought deeper profile tyres with the tyre pressure set correctly for the rider's weight and a sprung comfort saddle would go a long way to improving the ride of any bike. I guess it's also worth pointing out that some 16" models do make an effort to improve cycling comfort because of it's 16" wheels and can be more comfortable to ride with the loss of some cycling efficiency compared to 20". This £89 model has both a comfort saddle included and rear suspension. I don't know for sure but would think it would be much more comfortable than 20" but the similar gearing but smaller wheels and quite high weight will mean the bike will be much, much slower than 20" non-suspension models like the Oslo Explorer. https://bicycles4u.com/products/rome-explorer

Besford

The bigger the potholes the bigger the wheels need to be. I'm not knocking Brompton as such, just pointing out that the worse the roads are the better off you are with 20" wheels or even bigger.

TildaBasmati

Not so good to ride? Have you ridden a Brompton bicycle? They are divine.

Harrison Ford Collection - Very Limited Release £9.99 + 99p postage @ Zavvi
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Not bad for 5 films on Blu-ray. 42 The powerful story of Jackie Robinson, the legendary baseball player who broke Major League Baseball's color barrier when he joined the roste… Read more
Rayza

Absolute legend. Biggest movie star ever imo.

FatherTed

I like the one where he tells people he wants his family back.

Lord.vader

bought this a while back. its a great selection for the price and a couple i had never seen as well.

stevenjameshyde

Model Tea Ford?

cakeh

TOM FORD EDT 50ML Debenhams offer - £47.49
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good offer for this fragrance. I have posted the amazon offer for £40 in the past. there was some debate on whether it was genuine or not. well, for £7 extra you can whole heart… Read more
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confusedx

I bought tom ford noir a couple of weeks ago......awful.

Reena7

I stand by this, there is some wiggle room with the dividend they will cancel soon. All it takes is a small drop in turnover with the tiny margins they operate and it will be breaching bank covenents. Add in natural high street decline and Brexit and it'll be curtains for Debenhams. Will probably get snapped up by Ashley from the administrators to pair with HOF.

drsleep0000

Smelt a lot of these Ford aftershaves,i dont think they are worth the that much.

rolski

Fake news

Northerndave

'highly likely' ?? A company that is predicted to make £35-£40 million profits ? Tough times, but nothing a restructure and closing of struggling stores won't cure. Putting Amazon on a level playing field with tax would help too. They'll be here in some capacity in 18 months

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Ford kuga or ford ecosport 48 hr test drive at your local ford dealership
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test drive a brand new suv at your local ford dealership. You can choose between two of our SUVs, the compact Ford EcoSport, or the more spacious Ford Kuga - each boasting intelli… Read more
B_hunter

Did anyone manage to take a car for 48 hour drive? They rang me and offered only 30 minutes drive. Apparently not all dealers are participating........

Mojomaster1979

It was done, until you piped up looking for "likes".

djbone

Could you two just get a room? Or, ideally, shut the hell up and get off this thread. It's incredibly tedious for everyone else who just wants to discuss this particular offer. Thanks!

m5rcc

But ypu are... Priceless! Keep at it! It's what you do best!

m5rcc

Of course, but you used a capital letter, denoting the company, not a sage. Got it?

Ford Focus ST Line 140bhp 1.0 ecoboost. £117 a month £2400 deposit @bluechilli. 10K miles...RRP £22000
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Have I found a cracker for you hot hatch lovers, walk into any Ford dealership and ask for 10,000miles on this car and you only want to pay £227 a month, they will laugh you out of… Read more
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BradBishop

We have this car via notability for our son. We are very impressed with its look.. And it drives like a 1.4 - 1.6 very nice ride indeed. Not bad for £45 one off payment (-;

CoeK

#thathappened

Masteryates

More of a Big Jugs man myself. ;)

Naith

Either way, you have to stick a few quid aside each month whether you run a banger or a new lease car...

the__cat

People do it because they want the newest, no MOT to worry about, taxed, less likely to need repairs, warranty, etc. Buy a 3 or 4 year old car... You don't know how it has been driven, what has been wrong with it, no warranty, needs MOT...

Good deal for the spec! - Ford Kuga SUV 2WD 1.5 T EcoBoost 150 ST-Line 5Dr Manual £239.99 p/m 36 months - £8639.64 annual mileage 8000 - Yes lease
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Good deal for the spec! - Ford Kuga SUV 2WD 1.5 T EcoBoost 150 ST-Line 5Dr Manual £239.99 p/m 36 months - £8639.64 annual mileage 8000 - Yes lease
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Ford Kuga SUV 2WD 1.5 T EcoBoost 150 ST-Line 5Dr Manual [Start Stop]
tony211166

Who mentioned roundabouts? My partner turned over a Kia Sorento ....not on a roundabouts!!!

tony211166

Unfortunately, It's still a Ford !

PaulWatson

No no they roll like clarksons three wheeler

m5rcc

That would be good going given, as you say, others appear to get, on average, nearer 33mpg.

you_gotta_be_kidding

Several things I would point out about this. We have a Kuga on lease (67 plate which we got in February). Firstly I would test drive the ST model first, we loved the look but hated the drive, the suspension is awful. Secondly the fuel economy on these is dire, we get 38mpg combined, on the Quashqai we had before this we avaeraged 56mpg and the Sportage before that was 52mpg. We have the 2.0l diesel version. Other with the 1.5 have reported even worse fuel economy.

Italeri Ford Transit MK 2, 1\24 model kit £23.88 @ amazon, easy build skill level 1
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Italeri Ford Transit MK 2, 1\24 model kit £23.88 @ amazon, easy build skill level 1
Ford Transit MK 2 car model, item model number: 510003687. The Ford Transit MK 2 in 1:24 scale has a length of approx. 192 mm. Model construction kits and finished models by ITALER… Read more
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Ayden1977

My first thought was to tell mum the gas man's here and put the cover back on the £1 slot gas meter :(

Del_boy__

Nostalgia like it! Can't seem to find a model bmc j4 van with sliding doors, can anyone help? Please

HalfDemonHero1982

I thought you were only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!

bradnye

Why would anyone waste their time building this piece of jump ? :/

philis66

My old milk van

Wilko Fully Synthetic Motor Oil 5W30 5L.. Recommended for Ford DuraTec, DuraTorq and Zetec engines - £15. Available in-store. It's oos online. Leave email for when they'll have back online
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Wilko Fully Synthetic Motor Oil 5W30 5L.. Recommended for Ford DuraTec, DuraTorq and Zetec engines - £15. Available in-store. It's oos online. Leave email for when they'll have back online
5W-30 fully synthetic motor oil ACEA A5/B5 for modern engines Suitable for petrol, diesel and turbo Our 5 litre fully synthetic motor oil is specifically formulated for modern engi… Read more
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amardeep.mann

Can this be used on a bmw 3 series 2007

JohnChappell

Seen this in my local store about 2 hours ago

Michael.Walsh

Cheers mate, nice cheap £18 oil change with filter! Is this Ford 913 C spec?

doctorblue

Nothing to do with detergents...

JohnChappell

It's fully synthetic

Polaroid 30w soundbar - £17.50 - Asda Chandlers Ford
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Polaroid 30w soundbar - £17.50 - Asda Chandlers Ford
Asda in Chandlers Ford is having a clear out of electrical items. The Polaroid 30 watt soundbar is half price at £17.50 Had a full shelf
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cheekychic

Picked up one £12 on Friday !

PIXIE.AND.DIXIE

Still £45 in penryn cornwall

surnjit

I have not are they bad ?

horsepills

You obviously haven't heard the sound quality of the TVs Aldi sell then

surnjit

This will definitely sound worse than the telly speakers . This is for ppl who can not afford a real sound bar as they don’t want them to be left out .

Trendz stylus pen (+ other discounts at different prices) £1 instore @ Asda (Chandler’s Ford)
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Trendz stylus pen (+ other discounts at different prices) £1 instore @ Asda (Chandler’s Ford)
Saw this in my local Asda. Was posted on here a year ago at £5! The pink ones are the only one that are £1. I think the white ones are £1.50 but I can’t be sure. Also reduced in … Read more
Ford Mustang 5.0 V8 GT 2dr £299 per month 39m £5,999 deposit 6000 miles per annum @ Evans Halshaw
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Ford Mustang 5.0 V8 GT 2dr £299 per month 39m £5,999 deposit 6000 miles per annum @ Evans Halshaw
Saving £2,838 - Personal Contract Purchase from £299 Per Month with £5,999 Customer Deposit Offer ends 30/06/18.
therehman

How can u buy a human with money? Pity money doesn’t come with brain (lol) how can u know that I live on benefits? So rationale and intelligent ;(

therehman

And yet ur finding vouchers/discounts here (lol)

Ghostrecon

Listen d1ckhe@d I can buy u with my money if i want. My tax equals your family's wealth. I drive a 2018 AMG car . I manage my finance with logic & rationale. Hence for a tr@sh like you living on the benefits to come and chat like this. This is just pure bull$h1t Fukc u

therehman

If 6000 is a problematic deposit figure for u, then ur looking at the wrong car.

dineshonline

I am happy with this used when it hits 15K, going at 50 mph on the A2, or the Blackwall tunnel at 10 mph.I do only about 4K miles a year anyways. Has anyone tried to stick a baby in the back seats?

Fathers Day Present 4hr Driving Experience From Ford -  Trafford Centre £58 @ Wowcher
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This looks amazing, and although i'm dad, i've treated myself :-)
Pokey

I suspect it's people that don't like Ford (there's loads on HUKD) and people who don't like Wowcher either. I guess it's an objective deal too, in that some may be far more reluctant to spend any money at all on a driving experience, even if strictly speaking it's a saving on the usual price. Or maybe people don't like dads.

humcmak

A pedantic crowd I see :-). I suppose what i was meant to say was what constitutes a cold deal and a hot deal?

Pokey

That would be all the people voting cold.

humcmak

Out of curiosity, why would this be marked cold?

humcmak

YES its absolutely about getting cool photos and videos, that pretty much one of the main selling points, but the driving experience looks absolutely amazing. Out of curiosity Beard, when did you last drive on two wheels? :-)

10% off Tom Ford Fragrances @ House Of Fraser
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10% off Tom Ford Fragrances @ House Of Fraser
10% off all Tom Ford fragrances until Bank Holiday Monday at House Of Frasier
Kaos_KS

Nice! (y) 🏼

FrattonPark

Thanks, just bit the bullit on 100ml of Neroli Portofino EDP.

Farah25

Heat from me! I love Tom Ford scents

LOL_is_stupid

@Kaos_KS - NUS discount stacks too :)

mreriksen

Agree

Ford transit model kit, classic van that was the backbone of the UK, £23.34 delivered @ Amazon
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Ford transit model kit, classic van that was the backbone of the UK, £23.34 delivered @ Amazon
£23.34£24.997%Amazon Deals
Great kit of the famous mk2 ford tranny. Fairly steady kit to build even for someone new to model kits. I have normally just use Poundland spray paints and primer for my models. H… Read more
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DealJourno

And there's always one who always says 'There's always one.' Predictable.

harlzter

OP you seem to know about model kits would you know where I could get either of the following 2 kits, or I'd love a model version of my daily driver and these are the closest match I could then find bits from other kits to match them better. (I mean at sensible prices theres some of the first on ebay, but im not willing to pay 90 quid plus

SOUTHWALES

Just noticed you get 2 dashboards with this tranny kit so you can make it right hand drive, my yellow trabant above I had to convert myself. This was also another model I converted to RHD and was supposed to be my last build till I spotted this tranny kit.

DingIs

The M1... With a line of transits running the full length of it...

SOUTHWALES

What a waste if a good van.

Ford City Bike  @ Argos for £239.99
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Ford City Bike @ Argos for £239.99
£239.99Argos Deals
Is this a good deal, If not I would be grateful if people could say why The Ford Kuga City is a city urban bike. A 6061 custom-formed aluminium geometry frame is specified with i… Read more
someshpan

Deal ended

CampGareth

If you want a commuter bike like this one is set up to be with the mudguards, suspension and rear rack I can confirm that hub gears are the way to go. Give them a bit of grease each year or couple of thousand miles and they'll be happy which keeps you happy as you can continue to shift gears while stopped at the traffic lights. That's assuming you hit traffic lights of course, if your commute covers miles of country lane you'd be better off with a road bike. Personally I hit 11 sets over about a mile :(

Borgia1

Thank you. Much appreciated

bonzobanana

The bike is rubbish. Naff short life, high maintenance suspension, awful tourney freewheel drivetrain and bottom end components all round except for perhaps a reasonable frame. If you have £240 to spend you can do much better easily. Part of the price is no doubt licensing the Ford brand. It really depends what sort of bike you want, size and gender of rider, where you will be riding etc but I wouldn't consider this at £240. Same sort of bike here at sports direct but hugely superior with 3 speed hub gears and a front dynamo hub and looks far better and an absolute steal in comparison. You'll never need batteries for the lights. You can ride it in all weathers and it looks to be far more comfortable but it admittedly doesn't having the wide gear ratio's of the Argos bike so hills will be a bit harder. https://www.sportsdirect.com/viking-urban-snr-73-938483?colcode=93848311

Borgia1

This is about a bloody bike! Still don't know how good a deal it is!

Ford Mustang 5.0 V8 GT 2dr £299 per month for three years. £5999 upfront (total £17361) Personal Contract at Evans Halshaw
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I know this will not be for everyone, but if you've ever wanted a car like this its a pretty good deal, especially as you can make a fair chunk of your money back at the end. But I… Read more
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fewleh

You're right.. But the auto does sort of suit them, they just roll along quite happily. They feel most at home cruising and an auto is good for that. It's the other halfs car anyway, and she wasn't up for a manual (the manual is my car put her off, it's a horrible box; old Alfa). I did wonder how you got it so cheap... the manual was coming up £20 a month cheaper when I enquired. We got the shadow edition at 372/month with auto so sounds like we got a similar deal overall.

MustangGBR

Manual. The way they should be! Unless your heart is absolutely set on an automatic, avoid it. The automatic gear box on them isn't the best either.

fewleh

I got one with the auto box and I've been averaging 26mpg even with some lead foot action. Admittedly the new gearbox is lightyears better than the 2017 one that this deal is promoting, but it's also a lot more money. It sounds ace at low revs, town speed too. I've had lots of nice cars and the 'stang has drawn more compliments from people in the first 2 weeks than I've ever got in the rest of my cars combined! It's a lovely thing for the money, and if you're not doing a lot of miles.. why not enjoy yourself a little.

jrw

LOL Horses for courses. Had a E46 M3 and my neighbour had a E60 M5. Don't really see the comparison of a 15 year old car though as they can't be compared to modern day cars. Although a cult classic it doesn't cut the mustard in todays world being a N/A V8 with a manual gearbox, especially as the my 'souped up' 4 cyl Golf is faster to 60. I also need an auto and it needs to be reliable and not cost the earth to run. Plenty of comparison

Hitech1

But this has a proper V8 engine,not the souped up 4 cylinder in your Golf.Or better still,drive an E39 M5 and then get back into your Golf.No comparison.............

Ford Focus ST-Line Navigation 140bhp 1+35 and 3+35 options  £192 a month (total cost £6,947.20) at whatcar.com
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Ford Focus ST-Line Navigation 140bhp 1+35 and 3+35 options £192 a month (total cost £6,947.20) at whatcar.com
The link is to the dealer's page and lists a 3+35 option - but when I phoned them up I was able to ask for a 1+35 option which I've based the money option 1+35 for 8000 miles per… Read more
loofer

For the purposes of this post, I would say you should spell out your example. Demonstrate that you can find a similar car, that is a few years old for £7k plus what additional costs there would be over 3 years and 24k miles. There some known ones like MOT and Road Tax, plus at least one major service (possibly involving cambelt). Purchase method might include cost of interest to be added. Reasonable assumption around additional maintenance or repairs. Finally, what oculd you easily expect to sell it for (or value it a) after those 3 years and 24k miles. Granted you may keep it longer than 3yrs and the rate of depreciation tails off, but it's the closest you're going to get to a direct comparison for a lase vs buy 2nd hand - although by virtue of it being a 2nd hand, older car, it's not really comparable.

loofer

in fairness, i switched to leasing (after always buying £2.5-£4k 2nd hand cars and keeping for 5 years) by reading these deal threads. I now lease. The obvious advantage for e has been reliability in the car as I was often paying for repairs and extra maintenence, which can be expected for a car over 10 years old. i'm approaching the end of my first lease in Oct. I was lucky to get a very good deal. Would I consider leasing again? it depends on the experience of handing to back and how nit picky they are. I know Iv'e got a few repairs to do to body work but as mentioned above, I'm consciously thinking about mileage as I approach my last 6 months and the fair wear & tear is a bit of an unkown, even with the BVRLA guide. I may consider buying 2nd hand but upping y budget to £6-£7k and banging that on my credit card (2 years interest free) if a dealer accepts CC payment with no additional charge. Back to the original point, even if constantly repeated arguments, it's a good place to have them. Helps many people as it helped me understand

loofer

that's my thought too. Usually I would find the best deal available elsewhere then ask a few dealers to see if they could mach the payments, less the processing fee.£300 is quite hefty fee for a dealer. I would expect it to be £180 max, if not zero.

twoquidkev

OP, I was just looking at the mailshot from Allen Ford now and this is the direct link to your deal above https://www.fordleasingdeals.com/new-car-offers/ford-focus/ cracking deal considering there aren't many cheap lease deals around at the moment.

andyb83

Yeah the new 3008. It looks great in the brochure but once you're actually in one the interior, although smartly designed is very cheaply built considering the price of the car. I thought the Qashqai drove nicer too. Merc threw a £7000 deposit contribution into my deal so maybe I got lucky!

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