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Old 09-07-2009, 01:25 PM
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Hello Jster, the cee'd was the one I have seen on TV. I see on the website that they have a special offer on a 1.4, my laptop is not working at the moment, so I can only go on the web with my phone.

I have not read all the t&c's but with the scrappage scheme and a 7 year warranty it looks good

Don't worry Tifo, if you include any compensation you get from the Council and the insured driver for your accident and any compensation you get for your extension with the scrappage scheme, you should have enough for a new car...

Just depends what Car you are looking for..
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Old 09-07-2009, 01:29 PM
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Don't worry Tifo, if you include any compensation you get from the Council and the insured driver for your accident and any compensation you get for your extension with the scrappage scheme, you should have enough for a new car...
Come on Sarge, you're beginning to embarass me now .....

You know there's no such claims really ....
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Old 09-07-2009, 05:45 PM
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I haven't figured out how someone with a 10 year (or older) car can then go and scrap it to buy a brand new one?

The reason people buy older cars is they cannot afford anything newer. Then suddenly they have the money to buy a brand new one, even on finance, when the govt gives an allowance which most people would negotiate anyway.

I would love a brand new car, unfortunately i cannot afford it, even if they give me 2k off.

Generally speaking I hope Tifo

Although because of this govt scrappage scheme there seems to be a lack of 'run a rounds' out there.
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Old 09-07-2009, 05:56 PM
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Hello Jster, the cee'd was the one I have seen on TV. I see on the website that they have a special offer on a 1.4, my laptop is not working at the moment, so I can only go on the web with my phone.

I have not read all the t&c's but with the scrappage scheme and a 7 year warranty it looks good

I have never seen a KIA on the road (or i've never taken any notice) since I have been looking at maybe getting one I cant get away from them, they are round every corner I turn and every light I stop at....LOL

I haven't looked into the T&C as yet. Will be going for a look on saturday. I have read that they charge the earth for a service But I wont be a naive as I was the first time I got a car.

I have read alot of good reviews and a few bad. I have to say it does look good for the price and for someone who has never been in a posistion to buy a brand new car, I am looking forward to taking charge
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Hello Jster, the cee'd was the one I have seen on TV. I see on the website that they have a special offer on a 1.4, my laptop is not working at the moment, so I can only go on the web with my phone.

I have not read all the t&c's but with the scrappage scheme and a 7 year warranty it looks good

Don't worry Tifo, if you include any compensation you get from the Council and the insured driver for your accident and any compensation you get for your extension with the scrappage scheme, you should have enough for a new car...

Just depends what Car you are looking for..
I would have thought that with all this compo Tifs going to get whats the point of going for a car when you can get a helicopter

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I sold my 5 year old Kia Rio for 1.750.00 not bad when I paid 6700.00 brand new. Only needed the one when OBI got sick, I am now driving his Kia Rio and it didn;t need anything done for the MOT. Next car will be a Kia, they cheap and good to run. They are the downmarket version of the Ford Focus, lot cheaper though
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Hi DL

Nice to see you, hope you are having fun.

Yes I agree with you. I couldn't afford a 'decent' make and I have had a mixture of opinions from people regarding KIAs. Some base their opinions on the 'old' KIAs from which I hear were not very good but they have improved so much, or so I hear!!!

I have a few question which you may know the answers to

How good is their warranty? Is it on the basis of servicing with them?

This is new teritory for me. (buying a brand spanking new car)
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Old 09-07-2009, 08:19 PM
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I think I got five year warranty and you would have to service with them, BUT I have never serviced either car in total off 9 years of driving two Kia's. My old on a 01 Reg had to have so and never neededthe brakes on the driver's side front wheel, because it seized, they said it was because I did not drive it enough, anway they fixed that and it didn't need anything more done to it. The windscreen wipers need to be replaced occasionally.

Oh I got both of mine with a pound down as deposit....Boongate Kia at peterborough
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Don't know if you have seen this Kia Cee'd 7,995 OTR

http://www.kia.co.uk/New-Cars/Range/...ge-Scheme.aspx

Vague Warranty Details

http://www.kia.co.uk/New-Cars/Range/.../Warranty.aspx


Review

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/EDITORIA...KIA/33579.html


It looks a lot of car for the money...
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I would have thought that with all this compo Tifs going to get whats the point of going for a car when you can get a helicopter

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I am now refraining from not saying anything about Tifo, as my Mummy told me, if you can't say anything nice... Don't say anything at all...

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