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Outright Purchase or Hire-Purchase - benzina - 26-12-2012 01:00am

Did you buy your Evoque outright, or did you opt for Hire-Purchase/Lease/Installment Plan?

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RE: Outright Purchase vs Hire-Purchase - The Valeter - 26-12-2012 01:07am

PCP. Personal Contract Plan. Would love to be able to afford to buy a car of it's value in cash!


RE: Outright Purchase or Hire-Purchase - Power14 - 26-12-2012 11:15am

In Cash.


Outright Purchase or Hire-Purchase - Stadt Panzer - 26-12-2012 11:49am

Cash


RE: Outright Purchase or Hire-Purchase - XFullFatTim - 26-12-2012 12:04pm

Like The Valeter I went for a PCP


RE: Outright Purchase or Hire-Purchase - Evo-king - 26-12-2012 12:32pm

I guess this is a perception thing, bought cars outright before and felt savings etc take a hit, with loss of interest.

Seem to prefer now to putting a deposit down and pay as you drive.

If commercial organisations prefer this method there must be some merit in it.


RE: Outright Purchase or Hire-Purchase - benzina - 26-12-2012 03:22pm

Outright purchase....Have a commitment phobia to contracts, and just like to be done with it to move forward.


RE: Outright Purchase or Hire-Purchase - J77 - 26-12-2012 03:29pm

PCP contract plan.


RE: Outright Purchase or Hire-Purchase - ojonesyo - 26-12-2012 04:34pm

(26-12-2012 01:00am)benzina Wrote:  Did you buy your Evoque outright, or did you opt for Hire-Purchase/Lease/Installment Plan?

Note : Results are anonymous

Cash purchase


RE: Outright Purchase or Hire-Purchase - Bodlyfunctions - 26-12-2012 05:40pm

Neither. Took capital out of some property. Interest rate of 3.98% without fee or penalty beats any PCP or finance option I have seen around