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Vauxhall Astra Hatchback 5 Door 1.4i 16V Excite 5dr £9995 @ Carquake
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Posted 1st Nov 2015Posted 1st Nov 2015
Vauxhall Astra Hatchback 5 Door 1.4i 16V Excite 5dr £9995 @ Carquake£9,995
ABS, Air conditioning, Comfort seats, Electric front windows, Immobiliser, PAS, Rear wiper, Traction control, Driver's seat height adjuster, Rear headrests, Height adjustable front… Read more
HerefordCiderApples

Over the last few years I got the impression any Vauxhall excites you. They have their followers and that can't be ignored and I commend you all for the true patriotism to this fair Isle we live on but the interiors are still 10 years behind most other marques and the Vauxhall Vectra was named as the least satisfying car to own in Britain. I myself wouldn't go near one and if someone offered to give me a lift whilst hitchhiking I would turn my head and refuse to get in even if it was p155ing it down. :{

LightningPete

​Owned two 1.4 versions of this model at 100ps/98hp. Its actually pretty good and responsive. Its not going to do much vs a diesel or larger petrol, but it is decent enough for a general family car. The price is good for what you get tbh.

JonesOsmosis

I'll sell you mine, PM me!

ShaunnyBwoy

Debatable, but one thing it isn't, and that's average. Driving a 15 plate Merc A Class courtesy car for the last week whilst mine is in the garage, and really starting to miss it.

iwannamotorbike

Just phoned, none left

Pre reg Vauxhall Corsa 1.2 3dr £6695 Save £5295 at Wilsons Vauxhall via Car Quake
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Posted 2nd Feb 2015Posted 2nd Feb 2015
Pre reg Vauxhall Corsa 1.2 3dr £6695 Save £5295 at Wilsons Vauxhall via Car Quake£6,695
Specification: Immobiliser, Rear wiper, 4 speakers, Service interval indicator, 14" steel wheels, Front seat back map pockets, Body colour bumpers, Electrically adjustable door mir… Read more
deleted1246155

Does anybody know which garage doing this deal? I thought it was Harrow but the number doesn't match?

deleted1246155

Does anyone know which garage is specifically doing this? I thought it was Harrow but the numbers don't match?

furbix

I've said it before and will say it again, I've had a load of vauxhalls and never had any problems. Maybe bubbling clams on a vx220 but that was it.

deleted1243836

3 years 43k

deleted106633

Some of the least reliable cars on the road according to a few surveys.

Renault Megane Hatchback 5 Door 1.5 dCi Knight Edition Energy 5dr save £6,650 - £11995  at Car Quake
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Posted 19th Jul 2014Posted 19th Jul 2014
Renault Megane Hatchback 5 Door 1.5 dCi Knight Edition Energy 5dr save £6,650 - £11995 at Car Quake£11,995
One of the best deal currently they got. New, Unregistered Delivery Mileage Choice of Colours (Metallic Paint + £525) Specification: Air conditioning, Electric rear w… Read more
tristanangel

Why would anyone spend more than £50 on a Renault megan? That's the question!!

bfreesun

I bought a British car once and it was crap. I've also owned German cars that were crap. I've also had wonderful British and German and even French cars

droitwichdosser

Yeah, because the BMW 3 series has a reputation for always breaking, and Toyota have recalled how many cars due to brake issues now? Lol. Each to their own though, some will like it some not, they all have good points and bad points

abucd4

I never had any problems with my ancient 307 hdi, apparently the most unreliable car peugeot have ever made. Father in law's new octavia lived in the garage for the first 6 months of ownership. I have to say, so much of it comes down to luck and I honestly don't believe german cars are as well built as people say these days. The TSI engines are known to catastrophically fail. Buy the car you like with a good warranty and live a little.

rlearmouth

I think there's little doubt that German cars are more 'solid'. But they have fair share of problems and can be expensive to maintain. I'm not even sure about Japanese cars these days. 20 years ago Hondas were bullet proof. I had 3 brilliant ones, not so sure these days. I have heated debates in our house as my other half loves Peugeot & Citroens. I just think of cars that are cheaply built and have weird problems. Conclusion. Everyone is right and wrong in equal measure as we all have our own preferences. Looks like a good deal to me and will make someone happy.

Brand New Vauxhall Zafira MPV 5 Door 1.6i 5dr £9995.00 at Car Quake
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Posted 5th Jul 2014Posted 5th Jul 2014
Brand New Vauxhall Zafira MPV 5 Door 1.6i 5dr £9995.00 at Car Quake£9,995
New, Unregistered Delivery Mileage Choice of Colours (Metallic Paint + £525) Specification: ABS, Black roof rails, Engine immobiliser, Front seat side impact airbags
deleted526672

1.8 Petrol is available at £ 10,495. Seems to indicate the 100'000 warranty is covered if you service but also of need to have a yearly check with Vauxhall as well ??

denix

Just rang them up - they said these have not been available since last December! Model no longer produced. Will probably get a 1.8i, my local dealer is selling for 11,000.

Dilbert

Is life so shallow for some people? Really? Anyway, I test drove a diesel yesterday and was told that the price had gone up due to there not being many left nationally. Vauxhall are no longer supplying the dealers and so what they have in stock is all they're getting. I couldn't get one for less than £13500 and at that price I'm just not interested. Does anyone know where a diesel can be had for around 11,500 because that's what Pentagon were doing them for a few weeks ago.

warmasice

ERM.. why would anyone buy a Vauxhall? it'll breakdown within a day and be worth a 1/10 of the price in a week. plus can you imagine what other people would think of you driving this brand?

rikesh_

can you give us some maintenance tips please?

Peugoet 107 access 3dr £6495 @ carquake
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Peugoet 107 access 3dr £6495 @ carquake£6,495
Good car cheap price !
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zchari5

As previously states £6k is the main benchmark price for these cars. For example the C1 (same car as the 107 or Toyota Aygo) has just been posted for this price here: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/citroen-c1-vt-5995-stoneacre-1913443

zchari5

Or were you suggesting that I didn't realise the i10 was their city car? I selected the i20 as the i10 recently was updated and isn't such good value

zchari5

Sarcasm? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/brand-new-hyundai-i20-1-2-classic-3dr-7495-save-2600-car-quake-1677770?page=2#comments Drive the deal did the Active with alloys, heated windows, bluetooth voice controlled phone, a/c, etc for a little over £7k...

Besford

107 is a great but pretty basic tool for some buyers - completely wrong for others. 108 and clones look horrible in my opinion.

Besford

Hyundai i10 is the city car in their range and has a higher spec than this - I question your 'knowledge'.

Nissan » Leaf Hatchback 5 Door » Visia Flex 5dr Auto £10695 @ Carquake
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Posted 17th May 2014Posted 17th May 2014
Nissan » Leaf Hatchback 5 Door » Visia Flex 5dr Auto £10695 @ Carquake£10,695
This deal is very cheap! Hope I got this right it's my first go !
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aeonf242

Can you point out where the £10k figure comes from (thin air?)

aeonf242

I think it's more for people who spend £200-£300 on fuel per month, plus parking charges, or congestion charges....

rjh955

What is the point of spending £70 a month to rent a battery pack? Might as well stick with my old banger, only pay £50 a month on fuel

IndianaBlues

it's the flex option where you rent the battery for £70 a month. I've never used Carquake but they've been around for a good while, they arrange discounts with dealers in much the same way as Drive the Deal do, you won't find the deal on the dealer's website but that's because they don't want to discount to all their customers, just those that Carquake introduce to them. Sometimes Carquake include pre registered cars though so that's something to be careful of if you want to be the first owner of the car. The best thing to do is get a quote then phone around your local dealers and see if they can match it, I've done that before with a Carquake quote and managed to get £4k off the asking price... worth a shot if you're in the market for a basic Leaf...

almo

Guessing this does not include the battery which is a huge amount on top

Vauxhall Zafira MPV 5 Door 1.8i Exclusiv 5dr for £10345 @ CarQuake
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Posted 2nd Feb 2014Posted 2nd Feb 2014
Vauxhall Zafira MPV 5 Door 1.8i Exclusiv 5dr for £10345 @ CarQuake£10,345
Price: £10,345 MRRP: £19,855 New, Unregistered Delivery Mileage Choice of Colours (Metallic Paint + £525) Specification: ABS, Black roof rails, Engine immobiliser, Front seat side… Read more
NNP

Good value for money in my opinion, Comfy to drive and the 1.8 is no so bad. The 1.7 Diesel one is better though but the price goes up by about £3000.

Ceejay1974

Idiot.

deleted34178

No, you just lost any tiny amount of credibility that you may have had.:(

Ceejay1974

Me thinks I touched a nerve 8)

hutchir9

Pentagon deal is still available give them a ring and save £900 on this expensive deal with rediculous heat!!

Brand New Hyundai I20 1.2 Classic 3dr £7495 (save £2600) @ Car Quake
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Posted 11th Oct 2013Posted 11th Oct 2013
Brand New Hyundai I20 1.2 Classic 3dr £7495 (save £2600) @ Car Quake£7,495
Just spotted this for sale and amazed at the price. 5 year warranty New, Unregistered Delivery Mileage Choice of Colours (Metallic Paint + £455) Free 5 year roadsi… Read more
zchari5

PS ordered one of these for my mother in law. They have a lead time of ~ 2 months but you can actually get the same deal as drive the deal if you haggle with some Hyundai dealers direct (some refused but others were accommodating)

greens117

Really and you are a Trolling weirdo!! who has time in his sad life to post negative comments on all my deal post.........

SCOUSEKEVIN

In April this year I bought a preregistered i10 active registered for 4 months for £7,400 adjustable drivers seat which I need and and electric rear windows, remote locking It has a 5 year warranty reasonable mpg and drives quite well, I had an accident and now I only go to relatives and local shops so I am not travelling more than 20 miles in any journey. In the last 40 years I have driven more cars than I can remember and this is fine as a town car or a shopping trolley with a motor. All the i10 models have air con as standard, I did a lot of research before buying one and overall this is the best of the small cars in this approx price range, yes its a bit plasticky in the interior, but as I have grandchildren I would rather have something I can wipe clean rather than material on the door interiors. Good wee car for the money and with a 5 year warranty pece of mind as I will trade it in after 4-4 n half years.

zchari5

Good deal but I suspect we'll be seeing more of these deals in the next 12 months, with the new model (this is a facelift) new in late 2014

deleted34178

Complete rubbish, these are brand new, latest model cars, and yes I have checked with Hyundai and the supplying dealer. Sadly the deal has now expired.

Hyundai I20 1.2 Classic £8595 (£1500 saving) @ Carquake
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Posted 15th Jul 2013Posted 15th Jul 2013
Hyundai I20 1.2 Classic £8595 (£1500 saving) @ Carquake£8,595
Massive saving on a brand new popular 3dr model with five years warranty included. New, Unregistered Delivery Mileage Choice of Colours (Metallic Paint + £455) Spec Air condition… Read more
oddballjamie

If you don't like the cold and want a longer warranty. K-k-k-k-kick up a Kia

New Kia Rio 1.25 1 3dr Brand New at £8,520 @ CarQuake
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Posted 5th Jul 2013Posted 5th Jul 2013
New Kia Rio 1.25 1 3dr Brand New at £8,520 @ CarQuake£8,520
Hot on the heels of the Hyundai deal, here's a Kia with it's seven year warranty. Five door available for £9,070 New, Unregistered Delivery Mileage Choice of Colour… Read more
oddballjamie

There's an auto on the site but it's the higher spec at a steeper price. (although £2000 off) http://www.carquake.co.uk/new-Kia-RIO/Hatchback_5_Door/1.4_2_5dr_Auto/2012/dealer-contact/EMG_Motor_Group_Kia

driver8

any chance of getting this in a 5dr automatic, or are they just after shifting this specific model ?

oddballjamie

If people can live without the aircon, it's a cash saving plus two years more warranty. 1mpg and 0.3secs 0-62 difference, won't even be noticeable.

BlownGasketBob

Your Kia is: less equipped, slower, less fuel economy.... I'm not saying it's a bad deal, just that there are better deals out there at the moment, and with the much desired Air-Con (see link below) https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/8-695-hyundai-i20-otr-1-400-saving-1598626 (yes, there is a £175 price difference) happy hunting.

Juantootree

no kia:p

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