I don't know what the final quote looks like until tomorrow other than my bottom line was reached.monkeyhanger wrote: ↑Wed Jun 08, 2022 2:56 pmDucking and diving? Is that manipulating deposits and P/X values to get to that monthly? Without any incentives on the go, I can't imagine there's much ducking and diving to be had.Daveion wrote: ↑Wed Jun 08, 2022 2:00 pm
Motorway book my car at £32,800.
18 months old 8,300 miles.
The deal is typically a bit of ducking and diving to get a monthly figure that I wanted. On paper they are offering me close to £32,000 which tbf is £2,500 more than I paid 18 months ago.
I'm not in a rush so if you pass on the e boost I will see if I can switch. I just think the e boost will hold its value better and be a bit more fun. Both have enough power for me though.
Mine's bought outright and i'll just add what the Born needs to whatever Motorway give me, unless there's a free service pack on the go or something for taking out Finance, it'll be a cash buy.
If you want the option on the e-Boost, I would say don't pick up this Saturday and don't let them register it in your name before this Saturday. I'll be able to let you know by lunchtime on Saturday that i'm definitely going ahead, or not.
I'm hoping that in Cupra mode with the e-Boost, it's not like the ID3's sport mode in that despite leaving it in D, it acts like a mild version of B mode, with regen happening when you lift off (I really don't like B mode at all).
I asked for a stripped out quote?, no alloy or paint/body ding insurance, no gap insurance so as you say there isn't a lot of leeway for the normal ducking and diving.
Ceramic coating may however be included?
My expectation is that it will drive much the same as the ID3 but a tad sharper. Interior is an upgrade on the Life.
I think you are right with the eboost but it only gives you 30 seconds from what I made out. Other than that you are in the ID3 sport mode which I thought had the same regen as B.
I alternate between D and B as I have said before depending how I feel.