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#16 666Damian666

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Posted 17 March 2014 - 09:14 PM

I'd say somewhere around 13k before options sounds about right, I don't know if people agree


Between 13k-13.5k

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Posted 17 March 2014 - 09:21 PM

That's good I think..... Hmmmmm, might do some research !

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Posted 17 March 2014 - 09:32 PM

Remember, every dealer will offer different discounts (and even different discounts to different people) - You could even get all scientific and only buy at the start or end of a month/quarter, when the dealer is trying to make sales targets... There are a whole bunch of things that could potentially influence the discount you might be able to negotiate - hence why I think it isn't right to get into an exact figures comparison with other people - If after a bit of research, you think you are getting a good deal, then you probably are!   :)



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Posted 17 March 2014 - 09:42 PM

A good deal in one persons eyes might not be good in another persons

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 03:16 PM

Just had an update from the dealer...

 

Build date of 11th April, with delivery to the dealer 3rd May, so should pick it up the following week, fingers crossed!  :)



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Posted 19 March 2014 - 04:09 PM

A good deal in one persons eyes might not be good in another persons

Hehe, wish I could have gotten my car at UK prices, paid roughly £19000 for my 1.0 100hp titanium, only extra was cruise control and the color of my car :-P

Don't know what the standard equipment for a titanium is in UK, but here in Denmark its not too impressive, didn't even get the stereo that has Sync and bluetooth. But I got an arm rest and manual aircondition, win :-D

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 05:54 PM

Woah!  I thought we had it bad in the UK, but that is crazy money!  (Although I presume it is comparative with other car prices where you are?).

 

Titanium spec in the UK is fairly good - They do have the Sync stereo as standard here I believe.

 

Not sure if this link will work for you, but here is the link to the UK brochure (link downloads the pdf brochure).



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Posted 19 March 2014 - 06:02 PM

Woah!  I thought we had it bad in the UK, but that is crazy money!  (Although I presume it is comparative with other car prices where you are?).
 
Titanium spec in the UK is fairly good - They do have the Sync stereo as standard here I believe.
 
Not sure if this link will work for you, but here is the link to the UK brochure (link downloads the pdf brochure).


Wow, the UK titanium has some nice equipment :-) here in Denmark, a titanium includes, leather steering wheel, ambient lighting, center console with arm rest, manual aircondition, led front light, misc. Chrome stuff, seat heating and fog lights, and finally some rims, but it some 15'' standard, don't really like the look.

We have like 180% taxes on cars here, so it's normal for Denmark, but still a decent amount I would say.. :-)

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 06:05 PM

Wow, the UK titanium has some nice equipment :-) here in Denmark, a titanium includes, leather steering wheel, ambient lighting, center console with arm rest, manual aircondition, led front light, misc. Chrome stuff, seat heating and fog lights, and finally some rims, but it some 15'' standard, don't really like the look.

We have like 180% taxes on cars here, so it's normal for Denmark, but still a decent amount I would say.. :-)

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And the £19000 was after my discount :-D

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