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Kid Transit Car Seat Organiser (Grey, 10") £14.99 prime / £19.48 non prime Sold by Kid Transit and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 13th NovFound 13th Nov
IDEAL FOR WATCHING TABLETS - 10.6" x 7.9" touchscreen pocket for 10" iPad and Tablet (even in their cases) Colors: Black Grey Size: 10" 12" Delivery: Free Note: FREE … Read more
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Cheaper to just give the kids a small bottle of Jack Daniels. Keeps them quiet


I don't see what the deal is?


Hey. The one I shared is from official store...


Cheaper: Cheaper:

Kia Picanto 1 pcp £103.89 p/m x 60 months + £1200 up front = £7,433.40 @ Kia
31/12/2018Expires on 31/12/2018Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
I can’t see that anyone has mentioned so far the great scrappage scheme Kia are running at the moment. I just bought a basic Kia Picanto on 3y/10k miles finance do £1,200 upfront a… Read more
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I believe you are talking about lease. This is purchase deal... i thought exactly the same as you once i seen a deal, then read it once again and seen PCP.


I bought an old model Picanto in 2013. It's one of the few new cars I've purchased & almost instantly regretted it. I like small cars but the Picanto was just too small. Try putting a shopping bag behind one of the front seats. There's just not enough room. Also the 1.0 litre engine, although very frugal on paper, was something of a gas guzzler. Expect 56 mpg at best. It bothered me that despite getting it regularly serviced, its fuel economy was progressively getting worse. I traded it in after three years and bought a Suzuki Celero. Talk about chalk & cheese! The little Suzuki is more spacious, more fuel efficient, nippier, quieter & I suspect, more reliable in the long run.


I bet for 2 grand more you can get a brand new one. also after a few years you will get some money back in your pocket...


9720 otr without the 3 year servicing included. I couldn’t find a Hyundai dealer to drop an i10 anywhere close to that and sandero is around 7,400 for a basic model.


£2000, with a major oil leak, both rear windows are held up with door wedges because the cables broke, and MOT advisories on new brakes and tyres. I’d be lucky to get £100 scrapping it myself.

Kia Picanto Hatchback: Initial payment of £890.94 plus 23 payments of £148.49
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Kia Picanto Hatchback: Initial payment of £890.94 plus 23 payments of £148.49
Hey petrolheads! I spotted this great lease deal. Kia Picanto Hatchback 1.25 2 5dr 24 months Initial payment of £890.94 plus 23 payments of £148.49 8,000 miles a year Tota… Read more
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I was basing it on 2 sets of tyre changes in 12 years. Hardly unreasonable! If anything, most people will need to change tyres much more often than that due to mileage or unfixable punctures.


(y) only did 30k... cant walk that far and taxis around here would cost more :D changed job a few years ago so working from home,£400 a year on insurance and tax and 50 to the gallon... no point in getting rid (y)


Only 1 set of tyres over 12 years?? :o You went joking when you said low mileage! It would have probably been cheaper for you to just get a taxi for each journey at that rate! Or just walked.....


I just bought 4 Goodyears for my wife's Citroen for 65 quid each, total £260 - so where do you get the idea that 'even the cheapest tyres would set you back £350'? And she has managed 6 years on the last set so I am sure 12 years with only one tyre change is not impossible.


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Free entry at the County ChampionShip Cricket Matches after tea @ Kia Oval(London)
Found 4th MayFound 4th May
Free entry at the County ChampionShip Cricket Matches after tea @ Kia Oval(London)
For the entirety of the summer schedule, you can get free entry to the SpecSavers County Championship Cricket matches for the final session(post tea session). Just walk in really. … Read more
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This is note expired, making the most of it today.


The tramps at headingley denied me last time after the first match was deliberately called off in a heatwave


Thanks OP, great stuff.


Kohli plays 4 ODIs and 2 four day matches - the 2 four day matches he plays are at Guildford and Scarborough - so sadly no free entry via this deal, but you can always buy ticket for the ODI at Lords and Oval on the 3rd and 6th June respectively - he will be part of them.


Nothing in June? Would have liked to see Kohli bat for Surrey

Kia Optima Diesel Saloon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 lease PCH - Term £5810.90 @ What Car
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Kia Optima Diesel Saloon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 lease PCH - Term £5810.90 @ What Car
Not a bad price for a saloon. They also have the 5 door wagon (estate for not much more) The deal is available from Kia Wessex and Kia Warwick £197.10 on a 6 + 23 basis plus £95 … Read more

LOL, 6K for a KIA.


Think it’s bang and olufsen now but appears to be an option.


I thought you got Bose with it too?


Sorry yes it is but there isn't great deal in it. Its more of a pack then an upgrade. The ride can be quite tough in them though so worth bearing that in mind


Thanks, is Black Edition better/worse than S Line? EDIT: better than S Line. Blurb below in addition to S Line It guarantees stand-out appeal through 19-inch five-arm rotor alloy wheels in a matt titanium finish (or the no-cost option of 18-inch 10 Y-spoke gloss black alloys), complemented by a titanium black styling pack which extends to the mirror housings, singleframe grille and window surrounds, side skirts, rear spoiler (fitted to the Saloon) and air intakes. Black roof rails also complement these accents in Avant models, and in both body styles privacy glass is added for the rear windows. Another Black Edition benefit that is less immediately obvious is the inclusion of acoustic front side window glass to further refine the already remarkably hushed A4 cabin environment.

Kia Stonic Estate 36 Month Personal Lease, 10k Miles per Year, 6+35 £158.56 @ Wessex Kia
Found 25th Oct 2017Found 25th Oct 2017
Kia Stonic Estate 36 Month Personal Lease, 10k Miles per Year, 6+35 £158.56 @ Wessex Kia
Thought this was a reasonable deal for a three year lease with 10k a year mileage. 6+35 months. So £951.34 upfront followed by 35 months at £158.56. Total cost for three years: … Read more

Would be interesting to see whether carleasespy rates the 'Stonic', they haven't done a feature on value crossovers/SUVs yet


...or anything beginning with the letter ‘S’ and ‘tonic’...


Well iirc Vauxhall pulled theirs because people started complaining after it was dubbed “lifetime” and it was only some stuff and only to 100k I believe.


Yes maybe I did sell prematurely but I was more of the opinion I held on too long, when I sold it there was 74K miles on the clock, I had put 60k of those on there, If I had sold it earlier then about £1500 worth of expenditure would not of been required, but having spent it as you say I should of got my moneys worth out of it, my concern was what if something even bigger went next time, then I would of had to hold on to it a long time to recoup my money, its always a gamble and in the end leasing at least gave some kind of control over this cost.


I've been offered it in sienna brown. Not sure about that colour at all. You need to pay more for colour choice. Also there's a 14-16 week lead time.

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KIA SPORTAGE GT-LINE.    3+47m lease/PCH for £246.45 per month + £198 broker fee. Includes  VAT and Metallic Paint
Found 9th Oct 2017Found 9th Oct 2017
KIA SPORTAGE GT-LINE. 3+47m lease/PCH for £246.45 per month + £198 broker fee. Includes VAT and Metallic Paint
Obviously no good if you want to own the car. 1.7 diesel also available for a few quid more. I cant find cheaper - can you?

Ive been leasing one for the past 11 months. The 1.7 diesel '2' version. Nice and spacious and good sized boot. Not bad to drive nice and comfy and not too bad on the corners. Fine for a family car. The mpg seems to be getting better over time too although initially wasn't as much as id have hoped.. I leased a Honda Civic before this and the Kia isn't quiet as refined but the '2' model has plenty of technology and was cheaper to insure and service but I guess that depends on model. 4 years seems long to lease. I always go for 24 months while I decide what car to buy then always just end up leasing again!! Never had any charges when giving back but always looked after. The Honda's front wheels were scuffed but wasn't charged.


Better deals out there than a kia sportage for this money and certainly wouldn't lease over 4 years. Kind of defeats the point.


Has anyone driven/own a new sportage. If so any comments




36 months 8k miles inc vat £229 per month no admin not metallic, but you could haggle!

Free Google Cardboard @ Kia
Found 4th May 2017Found 4th May 2017
Free Google Cardboard @ Kia
Kia are giving away a free Google Cardboard to celebrate the release of a new car. To get your free viewer: Click on the VR button below the picture of the car Click on I would l… Read more

"Every chip I eat will strengthen my hand in the negotiations with Brussels. If you see anyone else eating a chip, they are undermining their country’s future. Only I get to eat chips. No one else. And don’t forget, in Brussels, they put mayonnaise on these, the sick, disgusting perverts." "See this gob. It doesn’t just mouth the words strong and stable leadership over and over and over again. No it doesn’t. It’s going to bloody eat you. That’s what’s happening here."


Sorry to be "that person" but FAQ says they will only ship to US! This had heat all over it if not. I blame the bureaucrats in Brussels for this mess


Will you actually receive one though as the link takes you to the US site not the UK one, uk site doesn't list the free cardboard.


US only?

Kia Optima Sportswagon 1.7 CRDI 2 ISG Lease deal £183 per month £4646.87 @ National Vehicle Solutions
Found 7th Mar 2017Found 7th Mar 2017
Kia Optima Sportswagon 1.7 CRDI 2 ISG Lease deal £183 per month £4646.87 @ National Vehicle Solutions
Initial rental £183.62 23 x £183.62 Admin £239.99 Total £4646.87 8,000 miles
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If you're after the level 3 spec rather than 2 try contacting some Kia dealerships directly, they provided me with much more realistic pricing than the brokers.




There are cheaper deals out there for the same car, albeit with a higher deposit.

Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr £4869.84 total at
Found 16th Feb 2017Found 16th Feb 2017
Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr £4869.84 total at
£4,869.84Yes Lease Deals
Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr for just £189.16pm and NO DEPOSIT. 24 months no down payment. 330 processing fee. 4869.84 total. 8000 miles. Thought this was a… Read more

Cheaper to get this deal which works out to be £3.78/net/mth cheaper or If you want 10k miles and for £9.14/net/mth more, this deal.


That would make it more reasonable ;)


8,000 miles per year i would expect


​Well, if you want to be picky, it'll be even cheaper to walk, be that one person or five!


8000 miles is less than 10 miles each way per working day for 2 years. And for that you're paying nearly £5000 + insurance + fuel + maintenance. If it is only for 1 occupant, you'd be better off buying a bicycle.

Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr 24 Months Lease £4716 @ Yes lease
Found 14th Feb 2017Found 14th Feb 2017
Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr 24 Months Lease £4716 @ Yes lease
£183.62 x 23 = £4223.26 £183.62 Initial £300 fee 8k miles per annum Total £4716 all in over two years.
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that's because they can just walk along side it until it runs out of petrol


Easy to realise you don't need a flash car doh




always one to joke about rubbish cars but I actually think they have made an effort with this one it genuinely (arguably) looks good for an estate - prefer it to the boring standard german alternatives


Thought you were a Dacia kind of guy. Moving up in the world.

Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr £131.98pm Personal Hire 24 Months £4991.33 @ allcarleasing
Found 13th Feb 2017Found 13th Feb 2017
Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr £131.98pm Personal Hire 24 Months £4991.33 @ allcarleasing
5k Mileage. Price includes processing fee of £239.99 and initial rental of £1583.82. Also available with 10k mileage at following prices; inital rental £1871.89 24 x £155.99 pro… Read more
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A lot of car for the money. Only issue for me was finding a real one I can have a look at. Don't seem to have stock anywhere.


Avoid the ISG! There are a lot of people having issues with the battery not charging, various firmware updates etc. not making a difference. Its a really basic hybrid batter system that works for when the car is idle or in slow moving traffic. It requires your actual battery to have a lot of charge left in it before kicks in. Its a good idea but its a poor performer in the real world, check out the Hyundai and Kia forums for a quick reference to give you some owner options.

Brand New Kia Cee'd 5 door, 7 year warranty, £11497! @ Kia - DUNFERMLINE
Found 23rd Jan 2017Found 23rd Jan 2017
Brand New Kia Cee'd 5 door, 7 year warranty, £11497! @ Kia - DUNFERMLINE
£11,497Kia Deals
Kia Cee'd hatchback mid size family car, SR-7 spec 1.4 petrol so no need to worry about problems of a modern diesel 7 year warranty lots of spec including air con and Brand New… Read more

When did I ever say one couldn't cancel a financial agreement? Read what I wrote. I wrote that you wouldn't be able to cancel a financial agreement in order to take advantage of incentives. That is deception whether you accept that or not. Now we cross into fraud. Excellent! That's how business works. They will give you the 'incentive' of a discount, masked by a higher interest rate. Why would they give you the discount rate as a cash price? It's the same when they offer you a price for your part-exchange. I don't take finance on anything. If I can't afford to have it, I don't have it. I'm not vain. Then you don't understand the law. Shops don't have to sell anything to you if they don't want to, regardless of price. Yet deliberately misleading you is criminal. That's the difference. I hope you've learned something today. 8)


^going off your previous comments, you didn't know you could cancel a financial agreement within cooling off period without a heavy penalty. Backpedalling when you're wrong again - not your first time. Playing the system's established rules in a completely lawful way is not deception. Some friendly salepeople (not many) even suggest doing it, if getting the incentive is what it takes to clinch a sale. It seems more distasteful to dangle a financial carrot that when taken in the way they want you to will cost you 3x more than the incentive in interest, and they're charging twice the rate of a high street loan. So by your code of ethics, how long should you maintain the finance in order to sleep at night, having had the incentives? 2 months? 12 months? Full term? People here who jump on a misprice here are obviously also deceptive, and the money saving expert must be the biggest crook around for suggesting it.


Not really no. I know you have every right to cancel a financial agreement. What I was referring to was that you are intentionally taking out finance, in order to cancel it, in order to obtain the dealer contribution offered. That is definitely deception - whether you want to wash it as you being smart or abusing the system.


Buying this car is irrelevant - I wouldn't touch this car with a barge pole as the household's primary car, I like hot hatches. I only buy new on cars I want, if their residuals are so good the price they charge for a new one under achievable discount is similar to what a nearly new one is sold for e.g. If I wanted a Ford (not RS), Renault, Vauxhall, i'd buy an 18 month old one for 1/2 RRP. If I wanted a hot hatch VW Golf/Audi A3 i'd buy new for 12-15% discount rather than a year old one for 80% of RRP. You have every right to cancel a finance agreement within 14 days (it is enshrined in consumer law) - you would still have to pay for the car by other means, cancelling the finance doesn't allow you to just hand the car back within 14 days and say you changed your mind. It is not deception to do this. When you cancel your finance, they work out interest based on the time you took the loan out to the time you requested cancellation and a settlement figure. If you collect the car on finance on Tuesday and request a cancellation on Wednesday on a £12k car that has a £1k manufacturer/dealer deposit contribution (effectively making it £11k finance balance) and it has a 6% APR rate attached to the finance, you pay 1 day's interest at the 6% rate on the balance, which would be somewhere in the region of £1.81. They cannot charge you anything other than interest accrued when you cancel within the cooling off period. Plenty of people do this (who either have the cash to buy the car outright or have a cheaper loan waiting in the wings), it is perfectly legal to do so, and not dishonest. Car salespeople don't like you doing this as they won't get their kickback from the finance agreement if you do it. The car finance companies know the risk of the consumer doing this and know they have every right to do it, but hope you won't. Car companies can make more money from the finance than the car itself, and when 1/3 of the monthly PCP cost can be interest, isn't that a bit much? If you go to settle finance outside the 14 day finance cooling off period, there will be early settlement penalties - usually 2 months penalty interest and perhaps a small (£50-100) agreement closure "option to buy" fee. You would still keep the incentives though. My Golf R didn't come with incentives when I bought it, so no need to go through finance, but if I were buying again now with £2k deposit contribution, i'd do it and pay off outright the next day. I hope you've learned something today.


No stock.

Kia Ora squash (2L) ONLY 50p in Poundstrecher
Found 17th Jan 2017Found 17th Jan 2017
Kia Ora squash (2L) ONLY 50p in Poundstrecher
Had Orange and mixed fruits. Both priced at 50p. In date until August 2017. Found in Perry Barr Birmingham. Should be nationwide 2 Litre bottle - sradmad
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Be quick they're deals don't last long. Week at the most.


Great deal.


Its too orangey for crows :o


So excited I wrote it twice. ​


Yes, available in my local poundstretcher. The only bargain I've managed to get through Ukhd site.

NEW Kia Sportage Lease 24m 8k miles £200pm NO DEPOSIT @ - £5160
Found 3rd Jan 2017Found 3rd Jan 2017
Found this leasing deal for a brand new Kia Sportage. £200pm 24months NO deposit 8000 miles £200x24m = £4,800 total (+£360 admin fee) Seems much cheaper that other lease cars in… Read more
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shame M5rcc wasn't long gone.



This deal long gone?


​Are you mad making a dumb comment like that.Great car would choose one over a rubbish vw or bmw audi any day.


No. Definitely. VAG wanted to be #1 global producer. For the simple reason that the consumer in the UK drives the market. Given that you are the expert, are the top 10 cars sold in the UK, the same top 10 sold in say France or Germany or anywhere else? I don't have a "personal relationship" with Michael Gove. It was reference to "Britain has had enough of experts". Yet you are still here...

any 2 Kia-Ora Orange or Summer Fruit Squash 2 Litres @ Heron for £1.50
Found 26th Nov 2016Found 26th Nov 2016
any 2 Kia-Ora Orange or Summer Fruit Squash 2 Litres @ Heron for £1.50
any 2 Kia-Ora Orange or Summer Fruit Squash 2Litres @Heron for £1.50

25p at poundstrecher


same at b&m

Kia-Ora - Orange 2L was 99p now 2 for £1.50 @ B&M
Found 17th Nov 2016Found 17th Nov 2016
Kia-Ora - Orange 2L was 99p now 2 for £1.50 @ B&M
Kia-Ora - Orange Squash 2L was 99p now 2 for £1.50 Kia-Ora - Mixed Fruit Squash 2L was 99p now 2 for £1.50
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kia-Ora...uggy buggy

KIA ORA Orange & Mixed Fruits 2L Squash 25p @ poundstrecher
Found 22nd Oct 2016Found 22nd Oct 2016
KIA ORA Orange & Mixed Fruits 2L Squash 25p @ poundstrecher
£1 at least most supermarkets remember this from my younger days, especially that ad

Lovely grub.


Lidl food though....*shudder*


lidl do a lovely high juice without the nasty sweetener 99p a bottle only get the gold top one.


Good find xx


In Iceland you can get 2x1 ltr bottles of Robinsons squashes for less than their 1.75 sizes. So shop with care HUKDers.

KIA ORA ORANGE 2L 25p at Poundstretcher
Found 4th Oct 2016Found 4th Oct 2016
KIA ORA ORANGE 2L 25p at Poundstretcher
Was £1
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None in Bridgend just like the fruit pastilles no show


Someone had some bargains at Poundstretchers lol ;)


good find


please post receipt


I'll be your dog!

Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI petrol - 8,000 miles 2yr Lease no deposit 24 months @ £183.71 total cost £4739.04 at Yes Lease
Found 2nd Oct 2016Found 2nd Oct 2016
Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI petrol - 8,000 miles 2yr Lease no deposit 24 months @ £183.71 total cost £4739.04 at Yes Lease
£4,739.04Yes Lease Deals
I know previous deals been better but this good current deal with 8,000 mileage Personal contract hire £183.71 incl VAT monthly rental £183.71 incl VAT initial rental Personal … Read more
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There is a deal on a diesel Sportage at Fleetprices .. not as good as the Yeslease deal but there has been a big price increase recently so deal below pretty good at the moment..


Deal has expired now..


I suppose it depends if you buy outright or get them on finance. I've been thinking about leasing and my next car probably will be. For this price you are looking at a five year finance plan for a car of a similar age. After two years you are still paying the same price for a car that's now 4-5yrs old. Trading in on finance is a nightmare because you have to pay off the finance first and the trade in value won't be enough. On the other hand, after two years of a lease car you hand it back and get a newer car or a different type.


We have had a lease vehicle for the past 12 months. Best thing we have done, got the corsa vxr. But there are pros and cons Brand spanking new car delivered. We pay cheaper than the depreciation would be over the two year period. Cheaper than pcp deals over the same term especially as alot of people i know choose not the keep the car after pcp deal has came to baloon payment time. Any faults are repaired under warranty(we have had a few) No road tax to pay. All sorted via lease company. Low maintenace just service and tyres cost. Cons Regular outgoing payment Car has to be kept in reasonable condition for return. You do not own the car. But havent inherited any faults a used car at 3-4yrs old may have. It works for us if you can manage the outgoing payments. Insurance also was cheaper from our last older car. We will be looking a sportages next year but isg 2 spec. I would say don't lease and spec up. It gets very expensive. Get the car thats on deal or immediatly offered. I know someone who has specced a car to colour , wheels ,leather and leather colour and paying £200 over the original deal amount. At this point you may aswell own it.


had one of these on loan whilst our car was in for repair, god how uncomfortable can a car be.

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