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New Audi A4 Saloon 35 TFSI Technik 4dr £23,555 on the road - saving £6853 @Nationwidecars
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New Audi A4 Saloon 35 TFSI Technik 4dr £23,555 on the road - saving £6853 @Nationwidecars£23,555
Audi A4 Saloon 35 TFSI Technik 4dr on the road. Price includes: First year road fund license (£540), First Reg Fee (£55.00) Normal RFL is £150 Driver Convenience Audi connect s… Read more
ohit123

That's fantastic It does amaze me how much many people think about their car purchases (a liability) vs their housing/investments (even investing in themselves)

ohit123

To rent it out afterwards

davidclack

I think that exactly like leasing or purchasing a vehicle, there is no right or wrong and it is down to individual choice. I live near an ex USAF air base and a couple of my American neighbours worked in the telecommunications area for the military, but both bought houses in the village and used their rent allowance to cover the mortgage. They both made considerable profits when they returned to the USA. I also know of at least one of my acquaintances who bought a cheap car to use during a holiday and then sold it before he returned to the UK, thus saving the cost of rental whilst away. It is a case of horses for courses.

pumavash

Looks good on paper but we know real world doesn't work like that I think you got my point , change Amsterdam with X

davidclack

An apartment can be purchased in Amsterdam for around 250,000 euros. Property prices in Amsterdam are increasing at about 7% p.a. Assuming this remains constant the property would be worth around 285,000 euros in 2 years. The cost of buying and selling the apartment would be around 20,000 euros and the mortgage repayments would be around 19,200 euros over the 2 years. Therefore the net cost of purchasing a property would be 4,200 euros. The cost of renting an apartment in Amsterdam is around 1500 euros per month giving a cost of 36,000 euros over 2 years. Assuming there are no major changes to the market etc. This would give a saving of 31,8000 euros if purchased.

New Focus ST Estate Auto £26950 from Nationwidecars
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New Focus ST Estate Auto £26950 from Nationwidecars£26,950
Howdy, Take a shufty at these deals from Nationwide, they seem very, very good. I've not gone though DTD, Carwow or coast2coast to get a comparison. The Hatch (auto again) is £25… Read more
trebor127

Yes that's what they said...I assume that's how lease companies work too. In the end I used autoebid and it was 300 more but I was the first registered keeper

frowbags

Only just seen this, that's illegal I think, so they insist that you drive a car for 6 months with them as the registered keeper?

trebor127

Just FYI I got a quote from them but you won't be the 1st Registered keeper. They register in their name and after 6 months they change log book into your name.

sallyforth

Looks like an old Hyundai

MOJOoo7

Jeez when did a focus estate get to 27k? Man prices have become high these days. I don't do keeping up with the Jones, just a used car and run it for a long time to keep cost down so cash for more important things.

New Volvo V90 Estate 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 5dr Geartronic £26,200 @ Nationwide Cars
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New Volvo V90 Estate 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 5dr Geartronic £26,200 @ Nationwide Cars£26,200£38,50032% off Free P&P Free
This Volvo V90 Estate 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 5dr Geartronic sports a number of great features and technical specs for the money. With big discount & plenty of room for the family… Read more
mayzi

What engine and car is it please? Our average is now 23.5 but yet to cover 1000 miles as wfh.

deleted2254113

We get 37.6mpg with consistently 40mph.

Mbshrekito

ajblogs

I suppose yours was a diesel variant? Diesels have a much better mpg, while petrols don't, at least not on the Volvos. With that being said, if you live in London, with an average commute of less than 5 miles and an average speed of less than 15, you'd struggle with a diesel.

Mbshrekito

also bear in mind this is what the car reports so may be 5% out

Volkswagen Transporter 2.0 TDI 90 Startline Van £18,700 (business - ex VAT) @ Nationwidecars
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Volkswagen Transporter 2.0 TDI 90 Startline Van £18,700 (business - ex VAT) @ Nationwidecars£18,700£24,12222% off
Volkswagen Transporter 2.0 TDI 90 Startline Van new for 2020 with 22% discount. This deal is aimed at sole traders, tradesmen and small businesses looking to purchase a new medium … Read more
deleted547488

No class.

Eddie

nah. Get a used euro 6 ducato. That's what we're going to do.

Cooling_Deals

Correct, and also self employeed are not automatically registered with the VAT man - that is a different task that you have to volunteer to do, or is required depending on your turnover Furthermore, being VAT registered doesn't mean you get the 20% knocked off at the sale point; you have indicate you outgoings and incoming at you 3 monthly VAT submission when any reimbursement due will then be sent. In this time it will be expected that you are charging customers VAT New registared VAT businesses are closely monitored - claiming on VAT whilst seeing no VAT collected is going to sound alarms at VAT HQ Applying to be VAT registered simply to reclaim VAT is fraud. The VAT man is the worst man to try and defraud.

uksnapper

differential in the original post spelt with one f but who cares :-)

uksnapper

Double negative :-)

New Nissan Qashqai Hatchback 1.3 DiG-T N-Connecta [Glass Roof Pack] 5dr £17,305 / £17,880 with metallic @ Nationwidecars
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New Nissan Qashqai Hatchback 1.3 DiG-T N-Connecta [Glass Roof Pack] 5dr £17,305 / £17,880 with metallic @ Nationwidecars£17,305£24,38029% off
New Nissan Qashqai Hatchback 1.3 DiG-T N-Connecta [Glass Roof Pack] 5dr 29% discount. Based on paint solid (metallic extra) and comfortably beats Whatcar? target price of £24.2k -… Read more
lumsdot

17k for a manual !

tjduffie

We’ve got this exact model, its neither underpowered, nor slow... but to use the available power you do find yourself pushing the little engine far too hard for my liking. It’s loud, unrefined, uncomfortably crashy over bumps and very thirsty for a small engined petrol. Don’t expect more than 30mpg at motorway speeds. Because of this, we hardly use it, and it’s done 1200 miles in 8 months. I wouldn’t buy another, thankfully it’s a lease.

Wicked666

Being delivered next Thursday (y)

Wicked666

Great find - just ordered for the missus. They only have metallic left

rborhara

very good price. you get issues on cars twice and more the price. Also most car leases cost approx £6K for 2 years, so this seems just as good. At a guess i assume this car will cost £2-3K at the end of 6 years.

New Volvo S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 4dr Geartronic £24,152 @ Nationwidecars
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New Volvo S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 4dr Geartronic £24,152 @ Nationwidecars£24,152£36,15233% off
New Volvo S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 4dr Geartronic for £24,152, 33% discount from list. Based on paint solid. Good reviews, scores 4/5 on Whatcar Includes a 3 year warra… Read more
cjabingham

I saw a GT3 RS in Blackburn. Chanchi might have been in town!

johnnystorm

That's a crying shame. ;(

DRrob

MG's design studio has closed at Longbridge. It's basically a car showroom now. Everything is being demolished bar the roundhouse and former MG Rover headquarters. Very sad.

JezB

The V90 is made in Sweden though, mine was ordered 6 months in advance, but there was a cockup and it turned up from Sweden a couple of weeks later and the dealer had to sell it and reorder. The Chinese ones take ages to turn up.

muradxs

Those pictured seats look like R Design and Inscription seats - not Momentum ones. All variants have leather but the upper 2 have better leather ones. I made this mistake last month when I took a XC60 for a test drive for a couple of days. It was a R Design. I assumed my Editions (Basically a Momentum with a few extra bits added on) seats would be the same as the literature said "leather seats". When I took delivery (6th March - what a waste of a 20 plate as it's just done 400 miles in total so far all pre lock down) I realised my error. The Editions/Momentums leather seats are fine, but just not as comfy as the R Design leather seats - I particularly wanted the extending/retracting under thigh support which the Momentum/Editions seats don't have. All the above is for a XC60 but fairly sure it applies to all the Volvo models. Maybe.

New Hyundai Ioniq Electric Hatchback 100kW Premium SE 38kWh 5dr Auto £27,515 at Nationwidecars
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New Hyundai Ioniq Electric Hatchback 100kW Premium SE 38kWh 5dr Auto £27,515 at Nationwidecars£27,515
New Hyundai Ioniq Electric Hatchback 100kW Premium SE 38kWh 5dr Auto A fantastic electric car with significant discount.
HotHarey

Great car, had it 2 months now on similar deal.

BigAde

It would be great to see Metalectrique's new Aluminium-Air fuel cell come to fruition https://www.metalectrique.com/ It would offer ranges exceeding those of ICE vehicles. But it's still in the relatively early stages... who knows if it will ever get the widespread adoption it needs.

NeoThe1

With just 2 models available to buy and costing £65k+, no nearby filling stations, no govt incentives/initiatives of course people are not even aware of hydrogen. Yes it will eventually replace big battery electric vehicles but in probably 10 years. Pretty sure govt will find ways to charge duty/tax some ways unless you completely live off the grid. At the end of day even electricity will be generated by burning carbon until real 0 carbon generation satisfies 100% energy needs.

Anon32

People are forgetting about hydrogen. Any garage can have one pump included and filling times are the same as petrol. The biggest problem would be the lost revenue from fuel duty read £28 billion in 2017 and unless VAT is put up on electricity there will be either more cuts or higher other taxation.

NeoThe1

80% in 57 minutes. So 21% in 15 mins. If you take Conservative approach(160 miles on 100 % battery) about 33 to 35 miles.

New Volvo S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 4dr Gear Tronic £23364 @ Nationwide Cars
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New Volvo S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 4dr Gear Tronic £23364 @ Nationwide Cars£23,364£35,63434% off
Huge spec, great car & excellent price from nationwide cars quoted in solid paint & free UK delivery for £23634 giving you comfortable premium motoring and saving £12,000 o… Read more
NitrousUK

You're arguing points no one raised. Never said there weren't also bad cyclists. You've seen a keyword of your favourite pet peeve and decided to copy-paste in your anti-cycling diatribe.

revdesol

Someone pass the popcorn (popcorn)

CottbusLoyal

Facts are not rants and it's got everything to do with what you said because you clearly have a Haro Freestyler agenda. You might not like to hear it but chemically charged psycho cyclists have now officially achieved killer status and thus all pedal pushers everywhere, including middle aged fatties in not so flattering lycra, should be insured so may I suggest you swallow less of the drug cheat sympathetic Guardian propaganda and neck a few more reality pills. Have a lovely evening Lance, Alberto, Bradley or whatever name you might go by (highfive)

NitrousUK

Good rant, but nothing to do with what I said.

CottbusLoyal

Cyclists should pay insurance and should be punished accordingly for their actions too, safe to say we all know had Charlie Alliston been driving a car rather than riding a push bike when he mowed down that poor woman he'd have got far longer inside than the feeble year and a half he did. Car drivers may well behave in an over entitled manner because of the protection a solid metal cage around them offers but it seems to me there's also a hell of a lot of cyclists out there who will argue the vulnerability of being on sat a tiny frame on two rizla thin wheels entitles them to behave however recklessly they see fit too.

New Volvo S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus (save 28%) Geartronic now £25,734 @ Nationwidecars
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New Volvo S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus (save 28%) Geartronic now £25,734 @ Nationwidecars£25,734£35,65128% off
Huge spec, great car & excellent price from nationwide cars quoted in solid paint & free UK delivery for £25,734 giving you comfortable premium motoring at a decent price. … Read more
hwangeruk

Child

deleted2023819

Sssshhh.

hwangeruk

Childish. Not surprised

deleted2023819

Ssshhhh. Quiet time for you.

hwangeruk

Not even banter or attempt at humour? Weak like your juvenile argument well done snowflake.

New Volvo V60 Sportswagon 2.0 T4 [190] Momentum Plus 5dr Auto £25,459 @ Nationwidecars
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New Volvo V60 Sportswagon 2.0 T4 [190] Momentum Plus 5dr Auto £25,459 @ Nationwidecars£25,459£33,64624% off
Seen one of these on the road today & is a lovely looking car in the estate variant. The Volvo V60 Sportswagon 2.0 T4 [190] Momentum Plus 5dr Auto sports a number of great fe… Read more
Pisnahuj

Am i the only one that thinks the front and sides ar so Audi like especially the front lights.. And the bottom bumper is like bmw

HHUKD

This deal has been posted elsewhere on HUKD. It seems a number of BMW dealerships are offering this. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bmw-420i-gran-coupe-259-x-23-999-upfront-inc-vat-8000-miles-per-annum-at-bmw-bath-3308560

ShaneDarch

@floz will this do https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/new-seat-tarraco-15-tsi-evo-150bhp-se-technology-5dr-petrol-7-seater-now-21495-at-sg-petch-3308333

HHUKD

Ahh ok. That’s a bit odd. Here’s a screenshot of the FB page link.

itsmattyjayy

I don't mind using FB but the link takes me to the marketplace opening page, this seems the perfect deal for me! Will try calling tomorrow if they're open. Much appreciated!

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