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Do you add optional extras even if you won't buy outright. Or do you find it a complete waste of money if your plan is not to keep the car? I do if I need them. Afyter all I am in the car for three years.
I do the same with our own car, I change that every three years, but pay extra for certain things to make the journeys better. If you are going to get the use out of something, then it pays for itself over the three years, if not, why add it?
Surely renting or leasing a car like on the scheme is a waste of money if your plan isn't to keep the car? I think any extra that will help you is worth the money, I'd much rather spend a couple of hundred on extras than wish I had bought them down the line. Thanks for the replies. I never realized it was common for people to buy the car after the 3 year lease?
I thought most just went and got a brand new car on the scheme after the 3 years? Others are neceesary extras like lumbar support. Extras fitted to one car could still work out cheaper than another car which has a higher AP.
When I added the cost of essential extras, it was exactly the same as the S-Max AP already fitted with the same things. Then I go down the list to try and find something that fits the bill. Unfortunately I always end up having to pay as the automatics always cost a lot more which is ironic as I'm sure a lot of us disabled need the auto's more! Its a pity motability are not rolling out rear parking sensors across the board, as Vauxhall, Ford and I think Mitsubishi cars all have them fitted free.
Strange things with automatics on the scheme is the extra you have to pay. The Peugeot has some great extras and fuel is very good also.
Do you work for Peugeot? The cost of extras is always high as some parts are low volume and therefore costly. Ha ha a coarse on learning how to drive semi-auto's might help you lot that can't drive a semi-auto properly.!!!!: Also have you driven one and used it in Sport Mode Do agree to a certain extent. If I wanted to change gear manually, I would have bought a manual! Yes, that power difference in that 1. It all depends Dab is the wiring etc.. With DAB unfortunatly until teh Government turns off the FM signal, they will be costly, especuially in manufacturers that the UK is small proportion of its sales, thats why Ford UK is fitting it as standard now on all new models.
Sat navs in the car, well they are such a small take up that the supplier charges a high margin and then the manufacturer charges a high margin on top. Untill they are fitted as standard, economy's of scale won't kick in. Why not try and go for the mass market. I think because that ship has sailed, you can get cheap Sat navs direct from Garmin and Tomtom, so no cost benefit for the manufacturers and besides, the days of sat navs are almost dead with the advent of more and more people having sat nav enabled phones.