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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by mrsteve, Jan 21, 2008.

  1. Amchlolor
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    Same here, last conventional personal loan was low 5's.
    Unless Marks and Spencer dramatically cut their APR, I can't see me bothering with their car buyer plan again.
    Shame Alliance and Leicester dropped their version of it, it was good.
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    hmm, interest rates are all over the place... few options at least now, thx for the info
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    Wasn't that something like 5.9% I know I used a few years ago (2003 thinking abou tit)

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    Get on with your work and stop thinking about tits.


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    Oops! a space in the wrong place can have severe implications... :)
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    Try Motorlogix - they use Freeway as the finance company. I pay £531 a month for 30k a year fully maintained over 3 years. I got 10% of the cost of the car - list price with all my options was just over £25k - I paid £22k and put down £1k deposit.

    Would I do it again? Probably not, but it's the first new car I've owned and you have to try something once :).
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