I'm lucky enough to get ford privilege discount. There was only £500 negative equity in my current car which i covered with a deposit. so each time i get a new one it works out as if i don't owe them anything.
Yeah very easy to fit. open window, slide in at the front and bend slightly to get it in at the back. Then close the window making sure it stays in place and then leave it closed for 24 hours to bed in.
I'd go for the climair ones but that's just because I've always had them and never had a problem. Others will recommend heko.
It sounds like your swaying more to the diesel. If the power difference isn't much of a concern and would rather save the money on fuel than go for that. If you decide you made a mistake, just swap for a petrol one in 9 months time.
so after owning (and loving) my fiesta ST1 for about 8 months now, i've decided to swap for another car at 9 months. Debated for a while whether to go for an ST3 or go for a focus ST2 which was quite a hard decision.
Placed an order today for a Focus ST2 (Petrol) in tangerine with style pack and sync 2, to be picked up 24th July.. can't wait
I'm having the exact same dilemma at the moment. Went into fords last week and had a go in a focus st. Was really nice to drive but dont really need a bigger car and not sure if it will be too big. Budget won't stretch to a focus st3 so it's either fiesta st3 and get all the toys or go for the focus ST2.
Also about the privilege discount... I think the amount isn't going down on the focus but you get free metallic paint where as the fiesta is going down to £1200 with free metalic paint. Apparently trying to reduce the amount of non metalic cars sitting around after we go for the cheapest and then all change at 9 months
My renewal will be due in about a month so started looking at quotes. Cheapest so far is Swiftcover, it was £310 with the default excess and no extras, up to £369 with total excess of £100. That includes a 10% discount for having a dashcam. I probably will be adding extras like personal injury and legal cover, but so far it's looking like a good reduction on last year
The thing I don't get is that price was from Swiftcover's site and was less than their price on Confused.com, even though I tried to enter all the details the same. Maybe it's just that Confused.com works differently. Have any of you found that you can get cheaper quotes from insurers' own websites, even if those insurers are on comparison sites?
Yeah it's always like this. I guess your just cutting out confused.com's or any other comparisons sites slice of the pie.
I always go to comparison, find cheapest then go direct. Then try non comparison sites