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MAZDA New CX-30 2.0 Skyactiv-G MHEV SE-L 5dr PCP £169.56 42m, deposit £3,650.00 Optional final payment £11,227.50 Total £21,999.00 at Perrys
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Posted 13th JulPosted 13th Jul
Duration: 42 Monthly payments of: £169.56 Deposit contribution: £0.00 Customer deposit: £3,650.00 Retail cash price: £21,999.00 Optional final payment: £11,227.50 Option to purch… Read more
mrcashman

Love a Mazda and was excited for this deal but I agree with other comments that the engine is unexciting and the trim looks cheap.

Mr.Nutts

As I said though, there’s always some sort of discount. Every new car RRP is inflated just so it can have an attractive sale price. “Dealer contribution” “test drive discount” “scrappage scheme” “0%” etc etc. E.g. this car was eligible for the scrappage scheme earlier in the year, and took £3000 off the price. Without the scrappage scheme, Perrys could offer a better discount as they had less fees and it hit a different target, then with the 0% it actually worked out as a marginally better deal- but my point is that even with £3000 off, the total price was about the same.

Mr.Nutts

I agree, they’ve gone for the “urban crossover” effect. It would look much nicer without it.

ashmac

Agree , why didn’t the colour match them . Makes car look cheap all that matte black plastic

healthandsafety

Far too much plastic round the car's edge's IMHO.

Mazda CX-5 only £219.35 / 24 month, deposit £6,250.00 & 0% APR - Optional final payment £13,936.50 at Perrys
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Posted 7th JulPosted 7th Jul
Motability Finance Contact us MAZDA CX-5 2.0 Sport Nav 5dr Perrys price£29,399.00 or only £219.00 per month RRP £30,130.00 Saving £731.00 Request a brochure Book a test drive Ask … Read more
bluebodie

Does motability cover the monthly payments?

Dave898

The initial deposit amount doesn't impact the final optional payment on PCP, also known as the "Guaranteed Minimum Future Value" (GMFV). Even if the car is worth less than the GMFV at the end of the agreement, the customer can hand the car back without paying anything more, so it's not in the finance company's interest for the GMFV to be more than the car is worth. If the deposit on this was lower, the monthly payments would be higher to counter it. The final payment would be the same either way.

HotOrNotYouDecide

We’re not in April again are we already?!

Dave898

The description for this completely wrong, it's 42 monthly payments not 24. Deposit = £6,250 42 monthly payments of £219.35 = £9212.70 Optional final payment = £13,936.50 £15462.70 is the total you'll pay if you hand the car back after 42 months, equivalent to £368.16 per month If you pay the optional final payment to own the car, you'll pay £29,399.20 in total.

WAWG

Yes I understand the initial depreciation on a new vehicle is vast, that’s why it’s usually more sensible to buy a low mileage 3/4 year old car when it’s reached the point where the depreciation levels out to around £500- £800 per year. My figures are based on buying and selling privately and experience.

Free - Virtual Tours of Car Museums (Mercedes Benz/ Honda/ Ferrari/ Toyota/ Corvette/ Mclaren/ Porsche/ Mazda + More)
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Free - Virtual Tours of Car Museums (Mercedes Benz/ Honda/ Ferrari/ Toyota/ Corvette/ Mclaren/ Porsche/ Mazda + More)
This should appeal to the motor and auto enthusiasts here at HUKD, just because we are in isolation because of COVID-19 doesn't mean we can't enjoy a tour of our favourite car muse… Read more
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jplewis76

Thanks

DelboyDave

Cool story....:{

oldskoolflash

A few that "i've" found. Did you really find them? I think not....

Graham_Lukaschek

Cheers matwalaboy (y)

jimmykn

I've heard they're on MySpace.

Mazda 6 2.0 SE-L Nav+ 4dr Auto 36month 15k mileage p/a lease deal £1,255.08 deposit and £209.18 per month £8576.38 @ Leasing.com
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Mazda 6 2.0 SE-L Nav+ 4dr Auto 36month 15k mileage p/a lease deal £1,255.08 deposit and £209.18 per month £8576.38 @ Leasing.com
Just been browsing for a lease deal and found this on Leasing.com. Mazda 6 2.0 SE-L Nav+ auto for £244 a month. I thought it was a pretty decent deal with the mileage of 15k inclu… Read more
Fullspizz

No problems, I was seriously tempted myself. I am glad if it helped anyone out.

optimiseeverything

I know this deal is expired but managed to get a manual version of this car 2 days ago thanks to this deal. Thank you OP for getting me to do my first lease! These deals always tend to go off tangent and we forget to thank OP!

vulcanproject

The Insignia or Mondeo don't have naturally aspirated engines anymore. Only the Mondeo hybrid has a comparable unit, and it's not really any more powerful than this without the electric motor because it's also economy focused. So your comparisons to other engines by displacement are irrelevant. Once again I have to point to you the fact the skyactiv engines are designed primarily for economy. They have extreme compression ratios and capable of very lean burn, with low emissions for this displacement despite the lack of a turbocharger. Most built smaller displacement with turbochargers to meet emissions, Mazda did something else. The fact you think that this base model engine doesn't output enough for the displacement is meaningless. The next model up is the same displacement in a higher state of tune, 160 horsepower. Is that not enough to be called average either. Average means what is basically the middle of the road for saloon performance. If you are comparing a base model to a higher end models with more powerful engines what's the point.

stesavingexpert

The point being if you take a 2 litre petrol engine it is really poor performance. A point made stronger by my reference to a much smaller engine. If you want a fairer comparison what doesthe 2 litre petrol insignia and Mondeo bang out? Much more than this. The best selling point is irrelevant.

mick.thorpe

Timing chain is what caused the majority of my problems, caused havoc in the engine and 3 months off the road. Happened at only 60k miles too. Staying away is definitely a good idea

New MAZDA 6 Estate 2.0 Sport Nav+ 5dr £21,533 @ New Car Discount.com
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New MAZDA 6 Estate 2.0 Sport Nav+ 5dr £21,533 @ New Car Discount.com
£21,533£27,38921%New-Car-Discount.com Deals
A friend has asked me to try & find a decent estate car, with plenty of spec that's not an AUDI, BMW etc but not a Ford or Vauxhall either. Something that stands out from the c… Read more
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Sieja_Siejski

Volvo of course, Mazdas got own technology from 2019... Check review on yt.

B4rT45

these mazdas?

Sieja_Siejski

with citroen engines. sick

B4rT45

thinking again, might not be worth it ;)

B4rT45

I see. Was just looking at this GT 2.5 model and wondering if it's worth 3.5k extra? (GT has some extra features like 360 camera, heated back seats + the better BHP and acceleration but worse MPG about 2l/100km) any thoughts? maybe there are better cars available at this price point? P.S. won't be asking the wife ;)

MAZDA3 Skyactiv-G MHEV SE-L 5dr 5k 24m lease 23 x £120.93 + £362.79 initial + £0 admin = £3,144.18 @ CarLeasingMadeSimple.Com
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MAZDA3 Skyactiv-G MHEV SE-L 5dr 5k 24m lease 23 x £120.93 + £362.79 initial + £0 admin = £3,144.18 @ CarLeasingMadeSimple.Com
Cheap motoring for 2 years. Lots of variants of this deal. 18p cheaper over the term to do the 9+ profile but thought this was better
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dhendry02

Same here, the remap transformed the car :-)

DJBenz

They don't but I've seen people say the responses from their mis-price enquiry has gone along the lines of "This price was an error and isn't available, but as you've enquired I assume you're in the market for a new vehicle. Anything I can help with?"

Marekj

Mis-prices don’t buy you any good will, tbh.

DJBenz

So many mis-prices lately, it's almost like they want the enquiries so they can try and sell you something else...

willi2

Cheapest I can see is£180 a month

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Mazda MX-5 Convertible 1.5SE (132bhp) Lease. 6+35@£188.51=£7729. 3yr, 8,000mpa @ What Car? Leasing
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Mazda MX-5 Convertible 1.5SE (132bhp) Lease. 6+35@£188.51=£7729. 3yr, 8,000mpa @ What Car? Leasing
Great 2-seater fun car. It may be a basic model but with the roof down, heater on, who needs much more. Artic White only at this price - other colours available but you pay an extr… Read more
efc_4ever

I looked at this the other day. Comes out at £305 for 24 months. 48 months saying £299. Defo 2yr one I think The picture doesn't look like a Mégane RS though. Exhaust on RS is single straight down the middle. Don't see many of them on the roads either , well I haven't

Grahamdue

https://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/deals/personal/renault/megane-rs-hatchback/18-280-5dr/3424284/48508344/ - doesn't seem a bad price. Personally I'd rather go 3 years than 4 but not when 3 costs so much more!

efc_4ever

Can anybody tell me who's best deal for Renault Mégane RS

springbrucesteen

i wouldnt chance the LSD while driving

joyf4536

Sounds a lot for a sofa.

New MAZDA 6 Estate(SAVE 24%) 2.0 SE-L Lux Nav+ 5dr £19848 @ New Car discount
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New Mazda 6 sport tourer with 23% off list price. Free UK Delivery, 3yrs warranty & solid paint colour add £560 for metallic. Huge spec with SE-L LUX model with leather trim… Read more
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ShaneDarch

Thanks... Have unexpired (y)

Freelancer

It is still available! ;)

Dusty666

Has anyone purchased from this company, if so any feedback would be appreciated.

Rhythmeister

It's been the case for years that Japanese and Korean cars are the most reliable, some people seem to have missed this and buy the likes of Vauxhalls with their exploding gearboxes and auto igniting systems for some reason (lol)

matlock67

Is this the cash price?

Brand new Mazda2 1.5 SE-L Nav+ 5dr 90bhp now  £11848 (saving 23%) via Drive the Deal
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Brand new Mazda2 1.5 SE-L Nav+ 5dr 90bhp now £11848 (saving 23%) via Drive the Deal
£11,848£15,30023%Drive the Deal Deals
Brand new Mazda 2 1.5 SE-L Nav+ 5dr with cracking specs with 5 doors 1.5 engine 90bhp, alloys, climate control, cruise control, Lane departure system, sat nav via 7" touchscreen, … Read more
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billyboyjones

With 90BHP on tap if you cannot use that to overtake safely you need bitch slapping with a wet fish. (nerd)

babylon

So, Would I have to use Option 1-2-3 or 4 to get this for £11,848.

has2Bcheaper

Also curious as to whether this deal is eligible for the Mazda scrapage scheme? https://www.mazda.co.uk/offers/mazda-scrappage-incentive/

Happysteveo

Can anyone tell me please if you buy the car from this website how you go about getting the scrappage scheme applied

spaceinvader

No thanks, I don't want to look like a muppet.

Mazda Mx-5 Convertible 1.5 SE 2dr 2 yr lease £943.20 Intl payment and £157.20 monthly. Total cost - £4,558 @ What Car Leasing
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Mazda Mx-5 Convertible 1.5 SE 2dr 2 yr lease £943.20 Intl payment and £157.20 monthly. Total cost - £4,558 @ What Car Leasing
Winter is coming! And what better way to enjoy it than with the top down, sleet blowing through what's left of your hair, and kids tucked safely away in a nice cosy boot space. S… Read more
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Zuulan

This one seems to doing OK for a hairdresser's car. I guess it just has to be in the right hands.

nbuuifx

Sounds sensible, could well be. Mine was a personal lease.

mpazza

My first lease was a business lease as a sole trader and I was not allowed to buy the car my last lease was personal and I was given a purchase option, both direct with VW so maybe that is the difference?

pgilc1

It isnt a GT86 replacement, its is the Toyota Supra replacement. The Toyota variant will be a coupe, not a folding tin top. The Z4 will have a cloth roof for weight reasons, the last Z4 was criticised for its weight and lack of agility - the new Z4 is being pitched against the Boxster so it needs to up its game on those fronts.

m5rcc

It's about weight.

Mazda 3 Hatchback 2.0 SE-L Nav 5dr 9+23 x £152.40  PCH/Lease @ Mazda Holdcroft - £4876.80 term
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Mazda 3 Hatchback 2.0 SE-L Nav 5dr 9+23 x £152.40 PCH/Lease @ Mazda Holdcroft - £4876.80 term
Mazda Holdcroft in Hanley You won't find this deal on their website but you'll have to contact them directly, it is a stock vehicle. I would've gone for it if I needed a car withi… Read more
Dan__

just got one delivered last week, its not bad. Only con is that it has a bit of a lag and thats cause there's no turbo but apart from that its a nice car. The suspension is really good, it just glides over bumps an pot holes(small ones, I wouldn't dare risk the bigger ones lol).

ec9wrr

You’re wrong. Leasing is sometimes the most cost efficient way to drive a new car. My lease is cheaper than buying. It’s not for poor people. It’s for anyone who wants the lowest cost way of driving a new car replaced every two or three years.

cava83

Great examples. Real life context.

margamboy

Do agree in part, however the way I approach big ticket items is to lease anything that depreciates and purchase anything that appreciates, my current lease costing £5k over 2 years would of depreciated £8k over the same period had I purchased outright. My 2 properties on the other hand that cost £175k to purchase are now worth more than double, but I never go into any lease without knowing I could if needed pay off the outstanding. Agree there are those driving around in £30k vehicles who cannot afford to switch on the heating come winter.

cava83

This site is for talking about the savings that can be had with such a product. Even though we are all thankfully, welcome for our opinion of course but if leasing is cheaper than the decreciation of the vehicle in it's given time, then leasing is of a better option, if you want a new car every 2-3 years.

Mazda 3 Hatchback 2.0 Sport Nav Car - 24 months - 8000 miles per annum - £150.21 a  month - and £1807 upfront @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
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Mazda 3 Hatchback 2.0 Sport Nav Car - 24 months - 8000 miles per annum - £150.21 a month - and £1807 upfront @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
24 months 8000 miles per year £150.21 a month with 1,807.32 a month upfront + £198 processing fee = £5621 or £234 a month I know its quite a lot up front, but it works out cheaper… Read more
damcnaught

The cost difference isn't huge between this & leasing the new car if you take several factors into account, e.g.: 2 year old Focus: - depreciation over next 2 years: £2200 - Warranty for second year: £450 - set of tyres: £250 - passing MOT: £80 - road tax: £80 or so - opportunity cost of £9k capital @ 5% per year: £922 - costs of reselling after 2 years: £100 total cost: £4,082 / £170. 08 per month Of course costs could be more or less if you're lucky or not, or changing assumptions, but for an extra £60 or so per month you could have a brand new car, with less hassle if anything goes wrong. For some that £60 is worth it, and with better lease deals it can end up as cheap or cheaper to lease than own a fairly new used car, especially if you have a good place to invest saved cash.

kalawelwyn

Anyone!?

kalawelwyn

is anyone ordered one? if yes how long you have to wait for delivery?

GAVINLEWISHUKD

Well you are using twice as much. So for every £10 you used to use you now use approx £20. If you have not noticed then you clearly don't do many miles. For me my trip to work is a 66 mile round trip. At 55mpg I get out the Mazda it costs me £6.70 a day. At 23mpg that's over £16. So that is £2200 a year just traveling to work. That is pretty noticeable to me. :) But I'm with you on smiles per gallon. I used to have a Boxster but sold it as didn't get used enough. My smiles now come from a 370z (part owned with brother). Don't notice fuel use so much but am on first name terms with the local tyre shop! XD

David_Jackson

Smiles to the gallon over miles to the gallon for me these days. Last car was a 1.6 diesel getting 45mpg, now getting 23mpg on average from the petrol engine but I can honestly say I haven't noticed a huge increase in fuel costs.

Mazda Mx-5 Convertible	1.5 SE 2dr - 24 Months Lease / 8000 p.a - £159.80pm / 23 months / £779.40 up front fee - total cost £4,454.80 @ Mazda (Loughborough)
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Mazda Mx-5 Convertible 1.5 SE 2dr - 24 Months Lease / 8000 p.a - £159.80pm / 23 months / £779.40 up front fee - total cost £4,454.80 @ Mazda (Loughborough)
In stock Sandicliffe Mazda Loughborough Mazda Mx-5 Convertible 1.5 SE 2dr £159.80/month Rental Profile 3+23 Annual Mileage 8k Miles p/a Initial Rental £479.40 Additional Fees … Read more
RayEdge-d2f52.39302

Picked up mine yesterday. Love it already. Yes features are basic by many rivals standards, and all the foibles are true, however the sheer fun and driving experience far outweigh any of the negatives (excited)

formsm2000comp

Just got mine today. Decent 50mpg on the motorway. Visibility is poor though and it's the basic model. So sparse inside. Will update again once I've been on some country roads giving it some hammer. Mine did have a key warning light which we will have to sort out. Dealer put it in writing that they will cover any costs if Mazda refuse warranty fix.

Jony5deals

If you go for the rf model from then it has all the extras you'd want plus electric folding hood etc for 40quid a month more. It's still cheaper than the basic model from everyone else

Rastafari

Wow. No wonder it’s cheap. Basic.

Jony5deals

Yes, if you want Bluetooth then get the model with it, simple.

MAZDA MX-5 - Discounted by over £3,000 at Perrys £15,848
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MAZDA MX-5 - Discounted by over £3,000 at Perrys £15,848
£15,848Perrys Deals
I thought I'd post this after the £5,400 deal to lease it for 2 years/12,000 miles got so hot. Less than 3 times the hire cost to keep for life. Same model, which is 1.5 ltr SE. … Read more
Gozer

Gone up to £15,999 now, so expired.

Gozer

I agree. They probably drive a BMW 1series or a Ford Focus.

jazzuk777

Always love it when people talk about MX5s being a hairdressers' car, nice to watch people show they don't actually know much about cars. The MX5 is one of the best handling cars you can buy at any price.

Rhythmeister

I ruined the cheapo huge bore exhaust that some previous owner had installed on my old GC8 after upgrading to BC coil overs and trying to clear a middle of lane speedbump (annoyed) Cornering speed was insane on her though 8)

Lexeus

Well maybe an exaggeration, but plenty certainly need to stop to go over speed bumps after the "sup-ing-up" done by their petrolheads :D

MX5 Race Car Experience only £15.20 with code (From midnight!) @ Buy A Gift
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MX5 Race Car Experience only £15.20 with code (From midnight!) @ Buy A Gift
Bit different! Would make a great gift for a race fan, or speed enthusiast :) Use code ' BLACK20AFF ' to get reduced price ( Live at midnight ) Make someone’s first drive tru… Read more
thabiz

I can believe it... :p Pretty face, likes HUKD,a banging body and knows about power ratios of naturally aspirated engines. Your fella hit the lottery big time, no wonder he put a ring on it.

Scribz

https://www.activitysuperstore.com/driving-experiences/up-to-£49?strand=true

tinazors

Agreed, they're brilliant motors. When it was first produced it was the most powerful NA engine in the world per litre until 2010. If you're going to scratch that itch do it pretty quickly because they're only increasing in value! PS I also have a banging body (lol)

thabiz

Well he should be proud and show you off, your welcome sunshine (cheeky) . Yeah I like S2000's, always have since the Chinese guy in the first fast and furious had one, deffo the best looking 2 seater that isnt a super car. Then when I got into my 20's and understood what Vtec engines can actually do I wanted one. But for practical reasons I mentioned above I went off the idea. Maybe one day I will scratch that itch..

thabiz

Yeah I suppose it is a lame reason, but I have a dog and needed to be able to at least put abit of shopping in it. I was 24 at the time in 2014 and had come in to abit of money, but I was so disapointed with the example I saw it put me off and I ended up buying a boring 2.0 litre Subaru Legacy Saloon for half the price in the end. I live near A57 Snake Pass so it would be nice to have as a second car, but then again I worry that I would of crashed it or got points. Now I am 27 with 10 years no claims and no points so I guess it paid off in that sense. But fair enough if you managed to not come off badly and enjoyed the s2000 experience, the exterior design is gorgeous, still looks fresh.

Mazda 6 Diesel Saloon 2.2d SE-L Nav 4dr 2 year lease from Yes Lease for a total of £800.40
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Mazda 6 Diesel Saloon 2.2d SE-L Nav 4dr 2 year lease from Yes Lease for a total of £800.40
Possible misprice, Mazda 6 Diesel Saloon 2.2d SE-L Nav 4dr for £165.60 + 23 payments of £27.60. There is no admin fee so the total over the two years is £800.40.
mcaf123

I found a similar deal on Lease Shop on Sunday. I messaged them over Facebook and got a response surprisingly in 10 mins. They said Mazda had put the details wrong in the system that then gets filtered down to the lease companies. A couple of months ago I found a Volvo V40 for something like £75 deposit and £23 a month on Yes Lease. I called them up and they said someone had got the decimal point in the wrong place. Happens quite often apparently

shapalando

About 3 minutes unfortunately.

plewis00

I don't blame the OP for posting it, as a deal is a deal and it is in black and white to be seen. However it's not one of those old HUKD 'got to be in it to win it' type things and while I do trust the company and don't think my details will be harvested, they will probably pester you a bit if you hand your details over - Tilsun Vehicle Contracts did this to me (I cancelled after they didn't disclose a 9-month wait for the car).

CrashOverride

Less than 30 seconds 😝

othen

Did we conclude this was just a mistake and no one rented the car for the amount quoted?

Bell MX5 motorcycle helmet 5 star sharp med large £89.99 Amazon 70% off
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Bell MX5 motorcycle helmet 5 star sharp med large £89.99 Amazon 70% off
A whole load of Bell motorcycle helmets on sale on amazon up to 70% off. This and the carbon fibre version probably the pick although £100 more. I really want the M6 carbon for £25… Read more
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trevorcraze

ordered an xl yesterday fits great normally a large went to order an xxl for my mate and they jumped up in price to £122

tatanka

Excellent price for bell helmet

Turnip

Bell and helmet in the same sentence. Can't help but snigger! oO

TheWorthinger

Finally got chance to try on. Snug I would say. The cheek pads are tight but over all after 30 minutes I felt it quite comfortable.

TheWorthinger

I'm fairly certain Amazon let you exchange at no cost.

Mazda mx-5 car park for Forza Horizon 2, Xbox One
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Mazda mx-5 car park for Forza Horizon 2, Xbox One
Now available, store link.. https://store.xbox.com/en-US/Xbox-One/DLC/Forza-Horizon-2-Mazda-MX-5-Car-Pack/b63ce275-3feb-4e53-b5f1-54e61e9ba85e Non clickable because I'm a noob. … Read more
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deleted254180

Still free, accidentally put a time ended date on the deal

mjwarbo

Cheers OP :)

Rhythmeister

They're a LOT of fun in real life and in this game ;)

chrisvenn

thanks, wonder why the whole pack has gone free and not just 1 car like normal

uabjim

love this game, so much to do beyond just racing.

Mazda 3 2.2d SE on 10k pch 24 mth £5109.71 @ Leasing Options
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Mazda 3 2.2d SE on 10k pch 24 mth £5109.71 @ Leasing Options
10k per annum £169.99 pm £1019.94 initial £180 fee
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jacksonliam

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Gregski

Is this 20k? In which currency?

HOTPOT

Wrong. Leasing is probably what makes cars so expensive in the first place. Without leasing the manufacturers would have to bring cars down to a realistic price in order to sell them. My car was not a lease car. I've been buying new & nearly new cars for 40 years now way before leasing as we know it & back then you could get a better new bargain.

Kernell

If the crazy people don't lease cars or at least made the leasing market viable, you'll have no 1 year old car to buy. If you run your business leasing can sometimes be a cheaper option.

Free Car! Mazda MazdaSpeed 3 (Forza Horizon 2 -  Xbox One)
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Free Car! Mazda MazdaSpeed 3 (Forza Horizon 2 - Xbox One)
"The G-Shock Car Pack for Forza Horizon 2 on Xbox One is available today for $5 in the Xbox Live store. Starting today, also available this month for free for all Xbox One player… Read more
Lord.Deckard

Storm island shows up as £7.99 for me?

MikeBeaver

Likewise, I paid enough for the game, £16 is too much for DLC.

andrewmtaylor_91

Comment Yeh, an upgrade to a new console.

spinks

Comment Thanks

NickCollins

Thanks, got it :)

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