4 August 2004

Fiat is attempting to crank up demand for the Panda – this year’s Car of the Year winner – by offering free finance between now and the end of September. To qualify for the zero per cent finance you have to stump up half of the price as a deposit, and pay the difference over the next 36 months. That equates to £99 per month calculated on paying the £6895 list price for a 1.2 Dynamic. It’s well worth asking the dealer for a discount, though: that should allow you to haggle several hundred pounds off.

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4 April 2016
I think it is definitely a good deal but it is provided that the customer can afford to make the 50% down payment which could take a toll on some people who have not been saving much all this while. There is always the pros and cons to every situation and as a consumer, we have to always find a feasible channel for us to benefit from.

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