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Mitsubishi L200 Double Cab DI-D 178 Barbarian 4WD Auto £27,103 New-Car-Discount.com
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Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
I have just ordered one of these, I have been searching for a while and this is the cheapest I can find, They are on run out but who cares @ this price. Only 3 weeks delivery as we… Read more
Neiliboy

Ridiculous comment. I run a business that involves moving lots of big heavy things around. I own two pick up trucks and three long wheel based vans.

xigent

I agree, the pickup is a very practical vehicle and long may it survive. They just need to stop fitting diesel engines to them.

andymagic

I tried loading a 2500 litre oil tank into a mates Prius, simply wouldn't fit, tried to borrow a Tesla P85 and apparently "They're not designed for that" so ended up having to use a diesel pick up truck. Ocassionaly, people actually need a pick up truck.

xigent

There is no indignity in driving a pickup. The indignity comes from driving a thirsty diesel that poisons the air we all breath.

Loreki

Yes, but is it worth the indignity of driving a pick-up truck?

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 1.5 3 - £202.36 / month, 6 initial rental (£1214.16) 3 years 8kmpa £198 processing fee £8494.76 NVC
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Posted 17th AprPosted 17th Apr
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 1.5 3 - £202.36 / month, 6 initial rental (£1214.16) 3 years 8kmpa £198 processing fee £8494.76 NVC
Decent small SUV with a fair bit of tech - heated seats are tempting for winter! Parking sensors and camera handy too! When I was looking at the spec on this site apparently it al… Read more
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stevo6105

Thanks mate

Teddy_Foster

from a quick search it looks like leasing options is the best (from Select Car Leasing, Nationwide Vehicle Contracts, Leasing Options and Leasecar), but take a look at leasing.com as sometimes you can find really good deals there

stevo6105

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

Smartguy1

Anyone who is interested in this car i suggest you go and test drive one first before you commit to a deal. The clutch on this is awful. There are two options when setting off....Grand Prix start or stall. Inhad one as a courtesy car for a day and was warned about the clutch by the mitsubishi dealer. It's a common trait and not just on the particular car I drove. For people who like to race off from a start you won't have a problem. Remember sometimes you need to set off slow like traffic, parking. It's a really poor design by Mitsubishi and needs an anti stall feature. What is quite a nice car to drive is seriously let down by the clutch and body roll is quite bad compared to my Kuga. Wouldn't buy one unless it was automatic.

IndyS

Had this as a rental car through work, not bad pickup for a 1.5 and a good ride. Handling is average at best, the speedo you refer to is actually the heads up display, there is one in the binnacle. The HUD is actually laughable it should appear on the front screen. Rear window is a pain but the design looks neat.

Forza Horizon 4 - Mitsubishi Returns to Forza Horizon 4; 7 Free Cars with latest update
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Forza Horizon 4 - Mitsubishi Returns to Forza Horizon 4; 7 Free Cars with latest update
Forza Horizon 4 - Mitsubishi Returns to Forza Horizon 4; 7 Free Cars with latest update. These seven cars are coming in the new free car pack. The car pack is completely free to … Read more
bradevosprint

(lol) (lol) (lol)

vulcanproject

I already said one was built as an expensive GT car and one was built as a cheap chavvy small saloon.

bradevosprint

Point to point and handling they were worlds apart

vulcanproject

The GTO is a 29 year old car and as the name suggests, was a large grand tourer. The Evos (1, 2, 3) of the same early time period certainly didn't slaughter it by any means and they were small saloons. Took about 6 years and a total platform revision for the Evo 4 before they could be considered any faster.

bradevosprint

Evo's slaughter the gto :{

Mitsubishi L200 diesel  contract - £190.50 24 months initial rental 9 months £1714.50 annual mileage 5000 processing fee £198 - £6484.50 @ Wessex fleet
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Posted 9th Mar 2018Posted 9th Mar 2018
Mitsubishi L200 diesel contract - £190.50 24 months initial rental 9 months £1714.50 annual mileage 5000 processing fee £198 - £6484.50 @ Wessex fleet
Low mileage, but can amend - total cost of lease just over £6,000
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redxena

My husband wants one of these..not really a family car although I'd have great fun doing the school pickups in it.. (lol)

thesarkster

Skoda superb. It’s been.....superb

duncanb1973

wouldn't want that written.... those in glass houses.....

Deedie

Same issue here. My yeti will be going back in June and need a decent replacement asap. Yeti was a 6 month waiting list, so I ain't holding out much hope.

david10666

what did you get 2 years ago

Mitsubishi L200 Diesel Double Cab DI-D 178 Warrior 4WD PCH £2280 + 17 * £120/pm £360 Admin Fee 8k miles/pa £4680 @ Vehicle Savers
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Mitsubishi L200 Diesel Double Cab DI-D 178 Warrior 4WD PCH £2280 + 17 * £120/pm £360 Admin Fee 8k miles/pa £4680 @ Vehicle Savers
For a 4x4 this isn’t too bad! Bit of a hungry engine but great for those who like large trucks/tradesmen etc. The warrior mid spec version of the L200 but is pretty kitted out. I … Read more
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stevemac40

Nice trolling, not biting. Good day to you.

jamgin

'Of course there are good reasons for pollution and there are legitimate reasons for requiring a vehicle like this.’ Lol. A quote straight from the book : 'Global Warning is a Myth and Nothing to do With Me’ by Donald Trump

stevemac40

In which case what are you doing on the internet? Or using electricity? Or I dare say using modern medicine, transport, consumables or anything you haven't produced in a completely self sufficient manner? Of course there are good reasons for pollution and there are legitimate reasons for requiring a vehicle like this.

jamgin

There is a no 'good' reason that justifies polluting the atmosphere.

poing

Or perhaps some of us help out with the local kids adventure group and often have to tow a trailer of stuff/bikes for various camps, then when taking it all back it's typically muddy and wet. This is ideal because all the muddy stuff goes in the back instead of the boot of the car.

Mitsubishi Outlander 2.2 DI-D 3 7 seat lease - 10k miles - 36m - total £264.01 per month / £9504.44 - gateway2lease
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Mitsubishi Outlander 2.2 DI-D 3 7 seat lease - 10k miles - 36m - total £264.01 per month / £9504.44 - gateway2lease
Edit: price increased by £5 per month (previously, and advertised as £258.32 per month / £9299.61), but recent quote noted £5 price increase. Mitsubishi Outlander 2.2 DI-D 3 lease… Read more
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montana78

Ive got a 1.5 diesel colt automatic. When there's little traffic i get around 40mpg in town. In traffic its 25mpg and if im driving a roads or motorway then i get 60mpg.

montana78

Very true. But ive seen 2015 plate outlander with 25k on clock for below 15k which is 7 k more than 3yr lease and you get to keep the car. And if you get a loan they're around 3% fixed compared to the crazy 5+% finance companies offer. Does that sound right?

AMC89

Do you go above 60? I struggle to get 40!

AMC89

I get 35mpg on average in mine. Sometimes get above 40 but rarely.

fgreen79

I took out my first ever private lease on a VW tour an last year. I have a brand new touran and over my 2 year lease it will cost me just over £4500. When I looked into buying exactly the same car when you take into confederation the depreciation. The lease wins hands down. Leasing a car works when you are not fussy about the car you are after. As some amazing offers can be found but they get snapped up quickly.

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Air Con refresh for just £10 @ Mitsubishi
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Air Con refresh for just £10 @ Mitsubishi
Dealerships normally charge £50-70 so a tenner seems really good. Even states "We will even re-treat your vehicle free of charge should you experience any problems associated with… Read more
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MonkeysUncle

I tried one of them cans, they were utter pants. Is getting it done at a garage any different?

prash_2k

Is it only for Mitsubishi vehicles or any make?

Biggunspaul

Who's head,mine or yours X)

AndyRoyd

Woosh.

Biggunspaul

You could try it but I don't think you will have much chance seeing they have a * where it says about ac coolant level ,and that it is an additional cost.

Contract-Hire/Mitsubishi-Outlander-GX4h-PHEV-4x4-auto [ 6 month lease/rent  - 12000 miles/6months] no advance payments £400+ vat /month FLEXXiLease
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Contract-Hire/Mitsubishi-Outlander-GX4h-PHEV-4x4-auto [ 6 month lease/rent - 12000 miles/6months] no advance payments £400+ vat /month FLEXXiLease
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I was looking for some short term deal and Mitsubishi showroom offered me the shortest 30 months to match mu budget also they asked me 7 payments in advance. I came across this onl… Read more
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eciujtnahpele123

Range envy is a dark mistress...

oliglen

Not bad for people who need to effectively rent a car for 6 months. I.e me, who is out of the country for 6 months a year. Heat added

loofer

Also gutted ecotricity have started charging at service stations but it might help stop the above you mention (if say it charges more if you hook up for considerably longer)

mittromney

not too bad. ideal for someone who will make use of the 2k PM mileage allowance.

Rastafari

Mitsubishi Outlander drivers: rapid charging etiquette is to charge to 80% or for 30 minutes then please vacate the charger for the next person. Please don't leave the car plugged in, walk away and forget about it. Charging points are charging points. They're not parking spaces. Sorry to tar you all with the same brush but it's nearly always the Mitsubishi Outlanders who are guilty of this. Yours, a Leaf and Zoe driver.

Mitsubishi Outlander 2.2 DI-D GX3 4x4 (Leather 7 Seat)  Lease deal through Nationwide Vehicle Contracts - 2 year lease with initial payment of £1,535.28 then 23 x £225.88 total £6730.52, 8,000 miles pa.
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Mitsubishi Outlander 2.2 DI-D GX3 4x4 (Leather 7 Seat) Lease deal through Nationwide Vehicle Contracts - 2 year lease with initial payment of £1,535.28 then 23 x £225.88 total £6730.52, 8,000 miles pa.
I have been mulling a lease deal over for some time, I have a large family and need a 7 seat option. My current vehicle was bought from new and the depreciation was horrendous. I a… Read more
SuffolkLad222

Nah, not missing the point at all. Seems you have changed your argument from "there was no other comparison for quality or prestige at the same price." to just "the top of the range price is £8 different". I can't argue with that point - you win.

ewanyengi

56mph in 3rd gear?

Rickardo

No car is going to meet the quoted mpg as it is tested in a lab to standardise it - the point is to compare against other manufacturers etc. So if this one has a higher started mpg than another car, then that should work out in the real world that it too is higher, despite you not actually achieving the stated figure.

ray1066

You should be getting 45mpg under normal conditions or 42mpg with say a strong headwind.

B.BOY

I tried driving at 56 mph along the motorway - not accelerating heavy and best I got was about 38mpg. This is a manual too not even an auto. My 307 estate hdi gets about 60 mph if you drive it like that.

Mitsubishi Outlander 2.0 Plugin-Hybrid - 2 year lease £239.94 per month after initial payment of £1439.64 - £6958.26 at Alphacontracts
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This is a lease deal for a Mitsubishi Outlander 4x4 plug-in petrol hybrid. There's a 2 year lease, and the quoted prices include VAT for personal customers, and there are no docume… Read more
Tweedie

looking for a phev lease as good deal as this. anyone found a good one cos it's pretty pricey now since this last great offer

LondonLass

Did anyone who took out the 2 year lease on a PHEV get a good end-of-lease option from Alpha?

m1chaels

I can't believe these deals are now 530 per month :(

ah_heng

I wonder if there are any new deal for phev as good as this...

mickgoodie

just been down the Mitsubishi dealership to look over this 4x4. one thing you need to remember that the gx3h model on this post does NOT come as standard with the electric heater. so on a nice cold day like today, you will need to use the petrol engine to get any heat into the cabin. only food for thought as a mate showed me this comment in an autoexpress report, that will be added to this URL at some point (as it was in my mates hard copy last week) http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/mitsubishi/outlander/87981/long-term-test-review-mitsubishi-outlander-phev back to this deal. yes £230 pm for the gx3 is a good deal if u can take the risk of not having the electric heater.

Mitsubishi Outlander 2.0 Plugin-Hybrid GX3 - 2 year lease, £247.99 per month after £1487.94 deposit (inc VAT) £7191.71 @ rivervaleleasing
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Mitsubishi Outlander 2.0 Plugin-Hybrid GX3 - 2 year lease, £247.99 per month after £1487.94 deposit (inc VAT) £7191.71 @ rivervaleleasing
This is a plug-in electic hybrid 4x4. Its batteries are rated at 32 miles of range, and then there's a 2-litre petrol engine. It's ideal for school run and other short journeys. O… Read more
bargainbill

What would be great is a battery that you could stick in the boot, so when you don't need the space but want to make a long journey you have a long range, but it would be very heavy and likely need something like a fork lift truck or at least a bespoke lift to hoist it in, plus a lack of regular charging would probably reduce its life. With respect to 58% of journeys being under 5 miles, I'd like to see how many fall under 30 miles. I suspect it may be close to 90%. almost all of my journeys are under 30 miles.

SomebodE

The Tesla comparison was nothing more than to demonstrate that another manufacturer has offered more than one battery option. Whilst the Outlander has the option of a petrol engine, the point is that you want to use it as little as possible. Start to encompass the remaining 42% of trips to make more use of the electric power. Maybe the BMW i3 example will resonate better - those that want a longer range option can specify a range extender petrol engine and those that don't worry about the range of the i3 can save a little bit extra on that opion. Ultimately, the point I'm making is that manufacturers offer different engine options in petrol and diesel cars; a second battery option wouldn't be difficult for Mistsubishi to do so those that want more can pay for it.

tiger2801

Yes they do seem to be encouraging us to 'Go Electric' lol

dudedude

Tesla costs a stupid amount of money and is a rich man's toy though. And the Tesla NEEDS more battery life becomes there is no option of failing over onto petrol. The extra battery also costs as much as an entire new Kia Picanto. The battery life on this absolutely 100% makes sense, given that 58% of car journeys are under 5 miles. So you can drive your car to the shops, park and charge it there for free, and drive home, all on electric power. And for the annual family holiday, you have the same range as any other car, and a five-minute 'recharge' time in the local petrol station. The Tesla meanwhile has you arranging your trip around available 'supercharger' stations where you sit for an enforced coffee break. This Outlander might not be a BMW M3, but it's a very, very sensible appliance.

SomebodE

The situation with the Ampera's price is normal, where a list price is set and discounts are set based on the life cycle of the model or to encourage demand for a model. I bought my 5 series BMW with over £13k off the list price.

Mitsubishi -OUTLANDER ESTATE-GX3- Lease £282.52 - £14973.56 @ Carleasingmadesimple.com/
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Mitsubishi -OUTLANDER ESTATE-GX3- Lease £282.52 - £14973.56 @ Carleasingmadesimple.com/
Car Lease: Personal Lease Mitsubishi OUTLANDER ESTATE 2.2 DI-D GX3 5dr [Leather] Lease. We've been looking for a solid 4x4 to pull a horse trailor, this is the best deal i'm come … Read more
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cholent

Manage to negotiate a quote: Initial Payment - £1019.79 (3 months) £337.93 x 36 month - 10K Mileage or Initial Payment - £1019.79 (3 months) £363.52 x 36 month - 15k Mileage check t&c's a lot of leases only charge 6p per mile extra over limit. the 15k option works out just under 6p p/m better in my opinion to take the 10k option and pay extra miles after.

joesatriani10

Actually just ended up being the best one for the task.. Got horses which means needing a 4x4 and the competitors are just alot more expensive.. If anyone know's any other super 4x4 deals then let me know :)

cigbunt

U must really like this car...

hooray.henry

Sell the horse,sell the horse box, get a vw golf r for c£250pm instead ,more fun,and you will be doing everyone a favour as wont be holding up the trafic with your oh so slow horsebox ;)

joesatriani10

Our horse box is 1200Kg and horse is 600Kg - so perfect for us with this one.

Universal 3D IR Active Glasses Works With Toshiba, Samsung, Sony Sharp, Mitsubishi, Panasonic TV £12 sold by C-Gear fullfilled by Amazon
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Universal 3D IR Active Glasses Works With Toshiba, Samsung, Sony Sharp, Mitsubishi, Panasonic TV £12 sold by C-Gear fullfilled by Amazon
I Just bought 2 pairs of these glasses (at £15 a piece) to use with my Panasonic TX-P42ST30B Plasma and they work a treat. At £24 I think it's a decent price to pay to unlock your… Read more
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sco7t

needs expiring now as price is now £18.16

sco7t

received them yesterday sunday morning via amazon prime work flawlessly on my sharp aquos lc40le831e tv very happy and at afraction of the cost of the sharp ones cheer OP av sum heat

sco7t

2 pairs ordered for my sharp aquos LC40LE831E although shame wont work on my panny 50VT50 also signed up for 30 day amazon prime trial again which gives free next day shipping and free amazon prime streaming movies (aka lovefilm) just remember to turn off auto renew for the prime in your amazon account settings

freakstyler

These might work with LG’s 3D Plasmas as they use active glasses. These do work with a Sharp LC60LE651K These do not work with a Samsung PS60F5500 We bought ours from the same seller fulfilled by amazon.

sco7t

AFAIK. Lg use passive glasses If that's the case then no. As these are active glasses There are 2 types of active glasses Bluetooth and Infra Red So should work on any samsung from 2010/2011 range as long as there is a letter C in the model number.... D/E and F range samsung tvs use Bluetooth glasses . Although quite surprised they don't work with sharp aquos range as they also use IR glasses EDIT...... just ;looked at the picture and read through the reviews and i one review and one of the pics and it confirms the they do work on sharp aquos (my model is lc40le831e) and sharp one are really expensive at around £60 a pair around £40 a pair online

Mitsubishi Lancer Radio Controlled Car - £6.99 (was £20) @ Argos
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Mitsubishi Lancer Radio Controlled Car - £6.99 (was £20) @ Argos
This remote controlled car is modelled on the Mitsubishi Lancer rally car and has full steering. Suitable for 5 years and up. Fully functioning transmitter operation - drives forw… Read more
abdishah

its by new bright... not copping

Universal 3D Active Glasses Works With Toshiba, Samsung, Sony Sharp, Mitsubishi, Panasonic TVs. Sold by C-GEAR for £15.00 on Amazon marketplace Fulfilled by Amazon
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Universal 3D Active Glasses Works With Toshiba, Samsung, Sony Sharp, Mitsubishi, Panasonic TVs. Sold by C-GEAR for £15.00 on Amazon marketplace Fulfilled by Amazon
I Just bought 2 pairs of these glasses to use with my Panasonic TX-P42ST30B Plasma and they work a treat. £15.00 a piece I don't think you get them second hand on ebay for cheap… Read more
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winalot

will never buy from amazon marketplace again, amazon refuse to get involved when their sellers rip you off.

Denziloshamen

If these glasses are IR then they're not going to be compatible with any TV made in the last two years. All recent TVs are Bluetooth and no longer IR.

Saintledger

Just to confirm, they are only IR As for compatability these glasses replace the panasonic TY-EW3D10E ones.

chegz60

So are you, it's 'you're' :p

theworm

well done dinlow your wrong

Airfix Dogfight Doubles Curtiss P-40B Warhawk and Mitsubishi Zero was £12.97 now £6.49 del to store @ Asda
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Airfix Dogfight Doubles Curtiss P-40B Warhawk and Mitsubishi Zero was £12.97 now £6.49 del to store @ Asda
I came across this deal after deciding to ditch my recent hobby of re-enacting scenes from Big Brother with my dogs after the recent bed wetting incident, that was somewhere I wasn… Read more
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Officially Licensed by Mitsubishi Sport Evo 1:16 RC Toy Car was £20 now £7.05 del to store @ Tesco
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Officially Licensed by Mitsubishi Sport Evo 1:16 RC Toy Car was £20 now £7.05 del to store @ Tesco
Was £20 now £7.05, similar @ Amazon seems to be @ least £15 Officially licensed by Mitsubishi 1:16 scale fully functional radio control 2 channel manoeuvrability options: forward/b… Read more
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UeroTek Universal 3D Active Glasses Works With Toshiba, Samsung, Sony Sharp, Mitsubishi, Panasonic £23.99 With free p&p Amazon sold by M&S.
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UeroTek Universal 3D Active Glasses Works With Toshiba, Samsung, Sony Sharp, Mitsubishi, Panasonic £23.99 With free p&p Amazon sold by M&S.
Rechargeable 50 Hours Battery Life Adjustable Active Shutter Compatible With Most Major Brand TV's These have got good reviews on Amazon, they only work on IR not bluetooth accord… Read more
Pan111

*motor

Pan111

I have a pair of these and I can only say it's the equivalent to going to your main dealer for branded screen wash, when going to the local mirror factors and getting theirs will do the same job for less

deanos

Exactly, so you cant find IR ones cheaper then

FTCom

I'd also like to know if these have the DLP-Link compatibility for 3D Projectors, would be great for my Optoma if they are

bouncy99

no but i can find some lovely manufacturer ones for samsung. im assuming your using old ir tech on a tv that was much cheaper than a samsung, and now paying for it in accessories. sorry

New Mitsubishi CV1 Colt 0% VAT + 0% APR now starting from £6,995
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New Mitsubishi CV1 Colt 0% VAT + 0% APR now starting from £6,995
Amazing little car, had my 2008 reg from new and only had one bulb go! Most reliable car I've ever owned and I had a Jazz before! Very low insurance, a great budget car which will … Read more
oddballjamie

I'm talking Fiesta Zetecs not Styles or Studios. Strange how the cheapest pre reg 1.3 Colt on Oakleys site is almost £10k. Sounds like you need your eyes testing.

jasejames

I pass Oakley Mitsubishi (County Durham) every day on the way to work ... they've had 1.3 pre-reg Colts on sale for £6795 on and off for months. As I say, only a fool buys bottom of the range, and that goes especially for poverty-spec Fiestas.

oddballjamie

This deal is for a new 1.1 not a nearly new 1.3. Cheapest 1.3 62 plate pre reg I've seen is £8.5k which is getting on for nearly new Fiesta money.

jasejames

Only a fool buys the bottom of the range model ... and BHP/ton isn't everything anyway -- the 107 runs out of legs very quickly. Yes, the 1.1 is underpowered, but it's only the bottom-end car. Pre-reg 1.3s are available at a lot of dealers for this price, and have been for some time. 1.3 is just getting to that point where the car can be used on the motorway without annoying everyone else.

michaelvintner

Good price for a new car but the Mitsubishi Colt is ancient in design. I test drove one years ago and it was ok but nothing special. However £6995 is hot for a new set of wheels. I think that you could spend a little bit more and get something 100 times better. Still hot from me.

3D Active Glasses Works With Toshiba, Samsung, Sony Sharp, Mitsubishi, Panasonic - £26.49 @ Amazon Marketplace (Fish4U)
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3D Active Glasses Works With Toshiba, Samsung, Sony Sharp, Mitsubishi, Panasonic - £26.49 @ Amazon Marketplace (Fish4U)
Good price and good reviews Full sides, nose pieces for comfort and usb charged. Watch your favorite movies and Sport in 3D with these rechargeable 3D glasses, communicate wirele… Read more
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Scottiebhoy

Why so cold? the price?

buybuybuy

It looks like these support IR (Infra Red). Can anybody advise whether the glasses are also Bluetooth compatible. I doubt it but I live in hope ...?

royals

bet these are same as the urotech's (or similar "named" ones) - they work fine, however much heavier than the panasonic ones, but about 1/2 the cost - paid £23 for mine - mine came in a nice sturdy box (unlike the pannys pathetic box) and came with a usb cable, cleaning cloth (hear that panny) and soft material 'case' (hear that panny) ive bought 2 pannys and a urotech - personally i thnk 3d tv is a waste of time - i only got it as i got a panny 50in tv (well, 2 tv's) in the M&S £199 screw up.

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