Q3 pricing. 1st July 2019

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    JS
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    With the coming new quarter, it’s time to try and get ahead and windle the all so secretive up coming pricing and cars available for next quarter. happy hunting!

    Personly with so many model changes and the last quarter before registration change, I can see manufacturers using the scheme to off load models which hopefully will give scheme members more choice.

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    Mike
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    Are u sure the Renault Koleos gt version is down on price to £895 just after ringing them they said it had not changed

    It is £893 for WPs  – down from over £2k.

    Mike

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    fwipperie
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    Ssanyong are back with the Tivoli, perhaps the Rexton in Q4?

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    JamesG
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    Volvo  V-40  R-Line  Edition  Auto  T3  £  199    A  sleeper   £30.000  car

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    Ford Galaxy 1.5T Titanium 5dr = £995

    Think they were £1795 last quarter

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    wmcforum
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    Ford Galaxy 1.5T Titanium 5dr = £995

    It’s a lot of car for a 1.5 litre petrol, wltp low figure is 26.6 mpg, for the 2.0 litre diesel it’s 39.2 mpg.

    You have to be a low mileage user to make it worthwhile.

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    POPS
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    I had a Galaxy 61 reg (Titanium X). It was the most practical vehicle I’ve had and it returned 37.6 mpg over 20.000 miles which was very decent for a 163 bhp 2 litre auto diesel eight years ago.

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    Tomas

    Spoke to Mercedes head office earlier. They are confident the CLA will be on this month.

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    bob

    WMC and Pops – The diesels are quite expensive AP wise.

    Ford Galaxy 2.0 Titanium 5dr = £1,995

    Ford Galaxy 2.0TDCi Titanium 5dr = £2,295

    Ford Galaxy 2.0TDCi Titanium 5dr = £2,595

    Is the Volkswagen Sharan 2.0TDI SE NAV 5dr = £1,099 a better deal?

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    Douglas Brimson

    Mazda CX-5 prices have come right down. 🙂

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    Macca

    Also think the Hyundai Tucson 1.6 petrol Premium SE auto is an even more appealing option at £1799. Seriously good spec for the money that.

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    Stav

    Nissan X-Trail petrol auto’s came onto the list for bout an hour this morning , so I would imagine that’ll be on the scheme soon. dct gearbox, where the diesel is a cvt,  also when they come back on  you can get the 5 seat Tekna with the bose sound system, as it’s not available in the 7 seater..

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    Macca

    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Yeah, that would be interesting if on at good money</p>

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    JamesG
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    wmcforum  and JS  thanks for keeping going  all day  you have done well with false start after false start  this morning  thanks

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    Hopefully once dealerships confirm certain cars are not available and the duplicates are sorted it will settle down, unfortunately some of the deals would of been done a couple to a few weeks ago and Manufacturers would of agreed to do a deal to clear stocks. The good thing is if there is a vtn number and a dealership can find a stock vehicle they should be able to put it through.

    best advice is for anyone wanting a certain car that’s showing at present is take a note of the vtn because it may dissapear tomorrow.

    keep up the good work James

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    JS
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    SpinaB
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    Just past midnight on the 1st there was a Mercedes C Class Diesel that mysteriously disapeared when the page was refreshed………..

    Anybody else spot that for the nano seconds it was there?

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    BionicRusty
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    Sadly not ☹️

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    BionicRusty
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    I’ve just seen a commercial for Jeep Compass. (Longitude 1.4)

    £249 deposit

    £249 per month

    4 year term

    6000 miles P/A (if you do 12k for e.g. at 8p p/mile excess mileage it’s an extra £480 so maybe not as horrifying as you’d think.

    Here, the same car is £295 down with full weekly rental.

    I realise insurance is not in but this still doesn’t make sense to me given the discounts Motability receive on the purchase price.

    Servicing isn’t in either but you can get this thrown in if you ask.

    You have to question whether:

    – Motability are making more money off us than is acceptable for a charity. Or

    – Some of the deals they negotiate are <i><b>really</b></i> not very good.

     

    PCP/Lease deals are becoming so attractive now with main dealers.

    The three things bolstering Motability I think are:

    1) Convenience

    2) Convenience and

    3) Convenience

     

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    Dennis

    This Model now removed from the scheme !

     

    Many thanks

     

     

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    Dennis

    Sorry at that price of £1099

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    wmcforum
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    This Model now removed from the scheme ! Many thanks

    Thanks, the vw sharan. If something appears too good to be true – it usually is.

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    daveblue
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    I just seen motaclarity cashback site and a dealer in ireland saltmarine is offering £400 off ford cars its a shame uk ford dealers do not offer this as in the south gates evens halshaw and perrys ford do not want to know.

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    crippleddad
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    Has anyone asked Mercedes if the CLA is returning? I see one poster believes it will b back in July.

     

    before I bother them to ask I would appreciate if anyone lose has.

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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Best bet is to ask Motability. They are a really friendly bunch and I have called them a few times to ask about different cara joining the scheme. They have a list which they can check and see which cars they’re hoping to join the scheme, which ones are joining and which are not.</p>

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    daveblue
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    I just seen motaclarity cashback site and a dealer in ireland saltmarine is offering £400 off ford cars its a shame uk ford dealers do not offer this as in the south gates evens halshaw and perrys ford do not want to know.

    Looks like this deal has been reduced to £100 now.

     

     

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