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    2008 AUDI A4 2.0 TDI *** BREAKING ***

    Auto boot lid opening, Driver information centre with colour display in instrument panel, Power boot opening and closing, Service interval indicator, Auto dimming rear view mirror, Automatic headlights + automatic windscreen wipers, Body colour bumpers, Body colour door handles, Body colour door mirrors, Daytime running lights, Electric front windows, Electric heated door mirrors, Electric rear windows, Front fog lights, Headlight range control, Stone grey front grille, 12V socket in luggage compartment, 3 zone climate control, Aluminium door sill trims, Driver’s seat height adjustment, Front and rear headrests, Front centre armrest with 2 x 12v sockets, Isofix child seat preparation for front passenger/outer rear seats inc passenger airbag deactivation, Reach + rake adjustable steering column, Rear armrest, Split folding rear seats, Tool kit, Exterior aluminium pack – A4, Interior chrome pack – A4, 3 point rear seatbelts x3, ABS/EBD, Adaptive driver and front passenger airbags, Electromechanical parking brake, ESP, First aid kit, Front seatbelt pretensioners + load limiters, Front side airbags, Traction control, Warning triangle, Intelligent Key, Locking wheel bolts, Remote central locking, Thatcham category 1 alarm + immobiliser, Space saver spare wheel

    1812 a4


    Service interval indicator, Speed sensitive power steering, Steering wheel mounted audio controls, Body colour bumpers, Body colour door handles, Chromed headlamps, Daytime running lights, Door to door illumination, Electric front windows, Electrically adjustable door mirrors, Follow me home headlights, Front fog lights, Heated door mirrors, Rear wiper, Front seat back map pockets, Height adjustable driver’s seat, Punch/Elba cloth upholstery, Reach + rake adjustable steering column, ABS+EBA, Dual stage Driver/Passenger Airbags, Front passenger airbag deactivation, Three rear inertia reel lap/diagonal seatbelts, Immobiliser, Remote central deadlocking, Matt chrome effect centre console, Matt chrome instrument panel, 16″ alloy wheels1812 corsa


    2018 FORD TRANSIT CUSTOM 2.0TDCI FWD *** BREAKING ***1812 transit

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    Hiring or Leasing a Car or Van


    Most of us can’t do without a vehicle at our disposal round the clock. Depending on public transport is difficult unless one lives in a big city which boasts of frequent bus/train service. One might also opt for public transport if there are car problems or if one has just relocated to a new place and yet to get wheels. There could be any number of reasons for one to rent one instead of buying – short duration of stay, holiday rentals or just opting for temporary wheels when you are between cars among others. In such cases, it makes sense in hiring or leasing used cars northern Ireland or vans northern Ireland and not waste good money in getting a car for a short duration.

    Of course, one cannot blindly go in to hire a car either. There are certain considerations that need to be kept in mind. While the concept of hiring a car sounds easy there are these smaller, never-ending details that can get one down. It pays, therefore, to do be prepared for all inevitable hassles as well as official details before you zero down on the car you need or want. Ask around your friends, family and colleagues for some helpful pointers if possible. Else you can simply connect with professional agencies and ask for advice. Either ways there are some basic steps to keep in mind and act upon.

    Hiring or leasing a car or van– A few tips –

    • Tip #1 – Research –The first step is to the right decision is of course background work. The easiest way to start your research is to go online and search for the leading dealerships from where you can hire a car. You can also look up the local directories if you have them handy with you. This will also help you deciding on the make and size since you will have an exhaustive catalogue right before you while you browse through.
    • Tip #2 – Dealer/Brand – You have the option to choose from a branded dealership – like Ford, Volkswagen or a Renault etc. or opt for a dealer who houses multiple brands. If you have strong loyalty for any automobile brand then the former is good for you, else you can browse through multiple makes and brands with the latter option.
    • Tip #3 – Price – Next consideration is the price and this is by far the most important one. Make a budget depending on your current finances and stick to it. Tell your dealer the price or the near-about range you have in mind. This will significantly narrow down the search and help you get to the right decision without too much time being wasted.
    • Tip #4 – Duration – While you are looking for the right car try and gauge the approximate time or duration for which you will need one. No matter what the make or the size is, duration makes a lot of difference. If you want it for a week it will cost an X amount, but if you need it for a month then you could just end up with a bulk hire discount and save tons on used cars.
    • Tip #5 – Utility –Make sure you are clear on why you need the car, the maximum purpose it will serve before hiring or leasing a car or van. If it is just about going from point A to point B then any car would do. But if your work entails lots of tools and cargo, or if you have a big family, have lots of luggage etc. then you will probably have to opt for a van or SUV.

    Keeping all these criteria in mind will help you decide on the car more easily.


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