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ted 191
27-10-2006, 03:11 PM
Had a long test drive in the new V8 diesel,great car :thumbsup:
BUT,: got a bid to swap in my dec 04 (05 spec) RR, which i`v had 17 months
and lost 1000 in each month:shocked:
As good as the new car is ,its not worth 32000 more than the one i`v got:cry3: :cry3: :cry3:

Supersonic
28-10-2006, 08:28 PM
Had a long test drive in the new V8 diesel,great car :thumbsup:
BUT,: got a bid to swap in my dec 04 (05 spec) RR, which i`v had 17 months
and lost 1000 in each month:shocked:
As good as the new car is ,its not worth 32000 more than the one i`v got:cry3: :cry3: :cry3:

Crikey thats got to hurt!!

Have to say the new Tdv8 engine is so good it makes you wonder why you would ever go for the V8, unless it was the supercharged version of course! It looks good on residuals as well!

We have a good relationship with several LR dealers and have been sourcing TdV8 versions of both the Sport and Range Rover models, if i can help out at all, send me a PM.

Regards,

Supersonic

Jonny5
28-10-2006, 10:26 PM
But the new V8 Diesel will only lose 4k a year*

Defo think a rangey should be done on a pcp deal where risk on future value isn't an option


* trademark Inky

KenC
28-10-2006, 10:39 PM
But the new V8 Diesel will only lose 4k a year*

Defo think a rangey should be done on a pcp deal where risk on future value isn't an option


* trademark Inky

But surely the future value will be low to reflect anticipated value and APR will be high.

Jonny5
28-10-2006, 10:47 PM
But surely the future value will be low to reflect anticipated value and APR will be high.

But at least it is a fixed cost and you know what you are getting yourself into........

KenC
28-10-2006, 10:53 PM
But at least it is a fixed cost and you know what you are getting yourself into........

................. however awful the figures are :thumbsdow .

Jonny5
28-10-2006, 11:12 PM
................. however awful the figures are :thumbsdow .

So if the car was paid in cash...

Very rough figures,

Outlay 50k
Interest lost out of savings 3900
Depreciation 18k

Total loss 22k

Would a pcp deal cost 1833 per month?

ted 191
28-10-2006, 11:16 PM
Very true i think pcp on TD6 was about 1000 per month
Had 2 X5`s before RR, lost 800 on 1st and 1200 on 2nd, had them 15 months each

KenC
29-10-2006, 08:23 AM
So if the car was paid in cash...

Very rough figures,

Outlay 50k
Interest lost out of savings 3900
Depreciation 18k

Total loss 22k

Would a pcp deal cost 1833 per month?

Do you not pay a sizeable deposit on a PCP? Either way, if the value of the car at the end is roughly in line with the agreed final payment I cannot see how the cost of borrowing can be less than the cash option, especially if you deduct tax from the credit interest foregone.

Supersonic
29-10-2006, 04:03 PM
Do you not pay a sizeable deposit on a PCP? Either way, if the value of the car at the end is roughly in line with the agreed final payment I cannot see how the cost of borrowing can be less than the cash option, especially if you deduct tax from the credit interest foregone.

It depends on what value you give to the opportunity cost of capital, having 50k tied up in a car to some people is more expensive than paying out a monthly rental charge. It depnds on personal circumstance and what investments exist at the time.

I would go against PCP deals purely because, although the future value is guaranteed, you are charged this luxury by paying higher rates of APR.

With a vehcile like the Range Rover, you are certainly going to lose money, like with any car, but residually speaking it is very strong, especially the new tdV8. Hence, a lease purchase scheme may be more attractive as it attracts lower rates, we can get them as far down as 6.75% apr.

Consequently, there are some investments out there, with risk attached granted, that can generate returns in excess of the interest charges.

PCP's it has to be said are generally tailored towards mass produced cars, but like everything with finance, it comes down to personal preference.

Any questions, please contact me.

Regards,

Supersonic

ted 191
25-01-2007, 11:47 PM
Sold range rover and for alot more than dealers bid :thumbsup:
new motor arrives next week

Hazy
25-01-2007, 11:55 PM
Sold range rover and for alot more than dealers bid :thumbsup:
new motor arrives next week

The V8 diesel one Chris????

ted 191
25-01-2007, 11:59 PM
The V8 diesel one Chris????

No, down gradeing to a sport :grin:

Hazy
26-01-2007, 12:18 AM
No, down gradeing to a sport :grin:

out of interset how much would a reasonably equipped V8 diesel be?? Go on, scare me....:grin: :grin: :grin:

ted 191
26-01-2007, 12:21 AM
out of interset how much would a reasonably equipped V8 diesel be?? Go on, scare me....:grin: :grin: :grin:

New vogue 62k,ex demo 58k,great cars but blow too much money

Hazy
26-01-2007, 12:26 AM
New vogue 62k,ex demo 58k,great cars but blow too much money


stuff that, I'll wait a few years till they get to 30k:shocked: :shocked: :shocked:

stevew
26-01-2007, 12:45 AM
stuff that, I'll wait a few years till they get to 30k:shocked: :shocked: :shocked:

A few years, 12/18 months more like :hide:

Hazy
26-01-2007, 12:46 AM
A few years, 12/18 months more like :hide:

Nah, they'll hold decent money for two years mate, the current TD6 still does.

Supersonic
26-01-2007, 09:40 AM
Nah, they'll hold decent money for two years mate, the current TD6 still does.

The new TDV8 will be very strong as well! Superb engine!

ted 191
09-03-2007, 11:08 PM
Well that was a big mistake:cry3: ,wife doesn`t like the RR sport,anybody want a 1 month old sport ? or its going to get chopped in for a supercharged vogue

spidermanUK
10-03-2007, 12:55 AM
Well that was a big mistake:cry3: ,wife doesn`t like the RR sport,anybody want a 1 month old sport ? or its going to get chopped in for a supercharged vogue

You should've bought the grown-up one in the 1st place!

I did a Landrover "experience" today in a V8 diesel, and what the car is capable of is absolutely awesome! On the road however, it's no match for the s/c, and the "sport" is for Surrey mummys and footballers, proper blokes buy the full-size! :wink3:

bigsi 360cs
20-03-2007, 10:39 PM
New v8 diesel comes in 6 weeks fell in love with autobiography spectral blue which i happened across at goodwood last year.

Been asking to see colour on car before delivery.
Last week got call from dealer car is now coming in six weeks.
What can i try to blag if i dont get to get to see car before then and cancel?Any one any ideas?

Couldn't face giving them my petrol 04 Vogue 75k miles purchased 65k recon worth 30k tops.

By the way new v8 diesel autobiography 20'' custom wheels limited extras 80k!!!!!!!!!!!!! hope it doesn't devalue like the petrol.