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Fantastic Value Estates From £299 Per-Month at 0% APR

Motoring.co.uk's finance section is overflowing with fantastic value estates from only £299 per-month, at 0% APR

By Stephen Turvil
Jun 01, 2010
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Regit's finance section is overflowing with fantastic value estates from only £299 per-month, at 0% APR. This thirty-six payment hire purchase agreement applies to the Volkswagen Passat, which is a capable and robust family holdall. Further terms include the £8,321 deposit which is considerable, but the zero cost APR and free servicing incentive help counteract this expense.

Now, I heard on the grapevine that not everybody wants a large German vehicle occupying their driveway – so how about something Japanese? The Toyota Avensis is available on a personal contract purchase plan for £319 per-month, at 3.9% APR. This twenty-four payment package also requires a £3,601 deposit, and the optional final purchase payment is £9,732.

Motorists who fancy showing off to the neighbours may prefer the prestigious BMW 3 Series. The cheapest monthly payment option comes via a personal contract purchase plan, that requires thirty-four payments of £349 at 9.9% APR. This is in addition to the £4,685 deposit. Should you decide to make the 3 Series a permanent member of your family, the optional end of contract purchase payment is £10,523.

Further estate championing finance packages apply to the Audi A6 with its free specification upgrade, the Renault Clio with a finance deposit contribution, and the Renault Megane with a servicing offer and finance deposit contribution. So, there you go. Various capable estates to make load lugging easier. No excuse now - best take that knackered wardrobe to the tip.

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By Stephen Turvil
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