www.drivethedeal.com - Patricia
I am looking to buy a new Golf 2.0 GTI in metallic paint and
have found that www.drivethedeal.com are offering this car at £1044 cheaper than
the local dealer. They have told me it is not an import and comes with 3
years manufacturers warranty. Could I have your comments please?
Re: www.drivethedeal.com - Martyn, Back Room moderator
Patricia, sorry to be dim, but whose comments are you seeking? Honest John's?
Re: www.drivethedeal.com - Patricia
No, has anyone dealt with or would recommend www.drivethedeal.com to buy a brand new car?Martyn, Back Room moderator wrote:
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> Patricia, sorry to be dim, but whose comments are you
> seeking? Honest John's?
Re: www.drivethedeal.com - Neil
Also try Carpricecheck.com.

And then go back to your local dealer and tell them to match the price.

I did this last year for my wife's GT TDI PD, and for my own Ka Collection.

As far as I am aware, both Carpricecheck and Drivethedeal offer UK-supplied cars and are therefore covered by the full available warrantees.
Re: www.drivethedeal.com - Andrew Barnes

My company (www.hispecgolfs.co.uk) can get you a new 2litre GTI with metallic paint and winter pack for approx 3K less than your local dealer. This price includes a 2yr pan European warranty.

Andrew



>
> I am looking to buy a new Golf 2.0 GTI in metallic paint and
> have found that www.drivethedeal.com are offering this car at
> £1044 cheaper than
> the local dealer. They have told me it is not an import and
> comes with 3
> years manufacturers warranty. Could I have your comments
> please?
Re: www.drivethedeal.com - KB
Doesn't sound ever so cheap, but it is a UK dealer supplied one (presumably) and you wouldn't expect that to be as cheap as an import which will have 2 year warranty and a touch more inconvenience attached. Nothing wrong with an import if it's got the spec. and the paperwork.
 

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