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thorpyy
Hi all

I'm new to this forum so bare with me. Just a couple of questions I'd like to ask.

1. With ford options, at the end of the 2 yrs and you want to get a new car, do you have to pay another deposit?

2. Not sure if I can ask this, but any of you think this website is genuine www.fordprivilege.co.uk apparently they're nothing to do with 'ford privilege' via the ford official website but are offering 'too good to be true deals.' I was in conversation with them but since went with a local dealer to cover my own back!

Thanks everyone

Katie
RCJ
[quote name='thorpyy' date='23 September 2010 - 09:32 PM' timestamp='1285276967' post='98491']
Hi all

I'm new to this forum so bare with me. Just a couple of questions I'd like to ask.

1. With ford options, at the end of the 2 yrs and you want to get a new car, do you have to pay another deposit?

2. Not sure if I can ask this, but any of you think this website is genuine www.fordprivilege.co.uk apparently they're nothing to do with 'ford privilege' via the ford official website but are offering 'too good to be true deals.' I was in conversation with them but since went with a local dealer to cover my own back!

Thanks everyone

Katie
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Im not sure how to explain this... i know it in my head and trust me that can be a very erm... complicated thing at times....
Here we go:
1. I was told im in a 3 year contract... however in 2 years time my dealer will contact me re: a new car, (or i can phone them), if i decide yes... i will have paid over half the amount for the car, therefore i can trade my car in against the new one getting the agreed minimum vehicle value or more, and if necessary up the monthly payment (depending on price of new car). If on the other hand i keep my car, in 3 years time i have to pay 3-4k (cant remember amount) at the end of my contract and the car is mine.

2. Personally id rather go into a dealer, if you get a decent one they are fantastic... mine always willing to help...

Hope this helps


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