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As if there is some kind of rules regarding this I could apply this rule more or less to all premium super cars. To at least have approximate figures :)
Thanks again. :)
thanks so much for your reply :) Yes I need a breakdown. But because I am not a buyer the dealers are not too helpful. :(
Was wondering if there is some sort of government rules what can you charge for these things.
I am impartial price analyst for automotive industry and that why I need this info.
Thanks so much :)
Thank you for reply and your help.
Car was brought for £8474 and I put down as deposit £1300, leaving balance at £7174.
I took this on a PCP deal @ 35 mthly repayments until a final payment of £5699 to repay the full balance of £9,637.76. I am not going to be paying for the car as I will swap it out again for another model after 3 years. But there are 3 options of GAP insurance and I am confused of which one I should be taking out?
Can you advise? Many thanks :-)
Thank you. The local Peugeot dealer charges £90 for a diagnostic check, so… I’ll live with it.PSmith
Great – thanks!
Can I do a VT on this type of contract?
I have a final payment of £10k if I want to keep the car or I can walk away?
i Think its a best car . Because of its look wise, Pickup wise and setting wise its perfect
Let a dealer check this! ;-) Often at no charge.
But i think you have to invest some money into the worn part. Maybe a sensor or an electrical motor!
Maybe a connection problem between a relay and a control unit. A faulty relay or rather a faulty control unit! You see.. could be everything. Go to your friendly garage and let them check this. But i believe it is nothing serious.
This should be a job for a garage. Sounds like a faulty fuel pump! The sensor for the fuel gauge is integrated in the fuel pump.
Thanks for the advice, much appreciated.
Hi Stuart, I have found the website very useful, and especially this thread. I was hoping you may be able to advise me. I am planning on buying a 6 month old Honda Civic from a Honda dealer. I could pay cash for it, but will probably pay via PCP to get the 3 years free servicing. I would then settle the PCP within the first 14 days. However, I am unsure if I would keep my free servicing. I have friends who have done this using VW finance and kept the free servicing, but unsure on Honda. Are you aware of other Honda finance customers who have done this? Thanks
- 8 March 2015 at 8:32 am in reply to: second hand car purchase cancelled. deposit not repaid #65233
Thank you again
In my case, I understood that they are allowed to keep my deposit, despite the fact they spent only few pounds (they were awared 4 days after the purchase and the car sold 4 weeks later). That would be the answer of the Council if I file a complaint.
So….what could be my strategy? if there is one?