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24 Feb 2018 19:28 #189670 by helijohn
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Daniel30 wrote: Tell them you've had a quote another £15 cheaper and they will probably match it :)


Right, so today I went to Cropleys for a look-see near Boston and wow, what a difference. Very nice people and the place is so much easier to get to though still about an hour away.
He also quoted me a price similar to Reads' but when I mentioned the online price he said he's match it.
He also appreciated the low mileage factor (2000/year) and said they would tailor each future service schedule to suit which would be cheaper - bonus!!! But meanwhile the first year service is a must do as is.
Then I had a long chat with sales; again super friendly.
One point of interest, he told me that on the Swift and Ignis I could not have automatic and allgrip.so those are off the menu. We did discuss the 2018 Junior and I am almost convinced it will suit me nicely plus he did think a version in automatic would be available.
I will be able to say more once Cherry has been serviced though as of now they knock spots off Read's and they will get my business.

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24 Feb 2018 20:46 #189673 by Daniel30
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That's a result then and worth the journey happy days
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11 Apr 2018 18:45 #191588 by helijohn
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Daniel30 wrote: That's a result then and worth the journey happy days


Had the service done. Did they charge me to dispose of the old engine oil??????
They put the AGS auto on the "analyser" or whatever it is called and it recalibrated the gearchange. I assume the control brain was put on to a machine to check it.

I ask......what the hell next.

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11 Apr 2018 19:37 #191595 by Daniel30
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It's probably in the small print somewhere for the disposal of the old oil
But don't take any notice any more it's all a con

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07 May 2018 15:39 #192478 by Daniel30
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So the Ignis got smashed up today while the wife took the kids to a May fair by a 93 year old who didn't know what day of the week it was, she was doing a u turn and floored it into the Ignis and pushed it into another parked car, the hand brake was on and it was in gear, the wife came back to find the police there and the car parked down the road, glad the kids weren't in it if they hadn't stopped off to bring me home a coffee it might have been a different story.. :angry:

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07 May 2018 18:41 #192481 by sniper
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Bummer but better it happened whilst empty........ looks like the rear qtr has moved, could well be written off.

Feel for you mate.

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07 May 2018 19:45 #192484 by Daniel30
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Thanks sniper yeah the rear quarter is touching the rear passenger door now the radiator has moved right back, hoping they write it off..

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08 May 2018 04:22 #192493 by Lambert
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At least you and yours are all safe and unhurt. Car's are replaceable. Hopefully the insurance won't mess you about too much.

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08 May 2018 08:20 #192500 by Daniel30
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Thanks Lambert fingers crossed :)

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08 May 2018 15:28 - 08 May 2018 15:29 #192514 by Daniel30
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Insurance Picked up the Ignis then enterprise dropped this off not a bad service so far.
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12 May 2018 20:39 #192636 by helijohn
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Daniel30 wrote: So the Ignis got smashed up today while the wife took the kids to a May fair by a 93 year old who didn't know what day of the week it was,


Just read this - what bad news. I do sympathise. What happens next?

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13 May 2018 19:44 #192664 by Daniel30
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Thanks helijohn
They have done a repair assessment and have sent it to the other insurer the firm uses original parts so hopefully it will be to expensive to fix and they will go down the right off route.

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