Same for me - first into S Line then realised that S line Plus was the best financial choice as it included much of what I wanted as standard and which individual items would have cost much more than £2500 supplement (before brokers of course!). Also should be worth a little more when selling than a lower spec loaded with a high number of optionsHi Shabazmo,
Is this an Sline or an Sline Plus? You need to compare the price difference, by the time you pile on the options you may find there's not that much difference. Don't forget the plus comes with Nav, remote tailgate, metallic paint, privacy glass etc. I was going for the Sline but changed to the Plus. Get some Broker quotes, do your homework and go armed with this info, you may well be surprised.
Scuba looks good especially with the black styling pack.
Hopefully you are not rubbishing the broker discounts mentioned here because they are fully achievable, as many on this forum can attest. I do agree if you mean dealers direct though. Why, apart from speccing up/test driving your proposed car, anyone then negotiates with a dealer direct, is beyond me. So much silly timewasting games! It's brokers every time for me!Check out Autoebid and Drivethedeal that's your target.
Ignore the rhetoric suggesting ludicrously high doscount (as I said in a previous post).
Before you go into the dealer print up the price you get from Autoebid and get it clear in you head the price you want pay because if you go in there with a percentage discount you want they will dazzle you with smoke and mirrors scribbling numbers here and there for stuff that can't be discounted tax, deliver charges, etc.
Possibly. But you were in a thread that specifically contained broker discount % mentioned and you posted "Ignore the rhetoric suggesting ludicrously high discount". It seems that you were referring to another thread (but didn't link). No harm doneYou may perhaps have misread my posts or missed the first line of that post?