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marky9074

Polo GTI deal

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I know I am skint, but looking around this caught my eye (scroll down). I don't see any negatives, as the amount you pay after dealer discount is still less than RRP? Skoda has to go soon, and I'm not sure I want to pay the 4.5k final payment (well I haven't got the money to be honest)....

http://www.lookers.co.uk/volkswagen/new-offers/new-polo-offers/

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Had a similar kind of "how do they do that?" deal with a Fiat Panda I had a couple of years ago. Adding all of the payments up, it just didn't make any sense. £89 per month X 48, £99 deposit and a final payment of £2300. The list price was around £11k??? 

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That said it would be on full RRP and not this discounted rate...

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Picked one from the current builds with 2k of options (sunroof/convenience pack/cruise pack/paint) and at the end of the day (with two years free servicing) it is just a tad cheaper than the RRP. Monthly payment/deposit is a bit more inflated, but to be expected with the 2k options. A good deal, and paying £30/month more than I was on Skoda. Now got to voluntarily hand back Skoda...

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That was painless. Six months left to go. No fee, no excess, just hand it back. So now waiting for British Auction House to pick it up! Someone will get a bargain there!

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9 minutes ago, marky9074 said:

That was painless. Six months left to go. No fee, no excess, just hand it back. So now waiting for British Auction House to pick it up! Someone will get a bargain there!

Crikey, lucky lad! Lets hope the BHA don't fleece you for silly "repairs" 

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The only thing that is questionable is some lacquer missing off the front bumper (bodged Skoda repair, and too harsh cleaning products). Do you think I should get a SMART repair on it?

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