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    • By MSE Martin 8th Aug 05, 4:36 PM
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    In the Forces? Cut up to 25% off a new car
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    In the Forces? Cut up to 25% off a new car 8th Aug 05 at 4:36 PM
    Some car dealers have special deals with manufacturers, meaning members of the UK’s armed forces can get up to 25% off a car’s list price. One dealer, http://www.acesales.co.uk/, does this. Its cars are supplied through the UK via UK main dealers and aren’t imports. They also often have full 3-year warranties. Often there’s a choice between purchasing them tax-free if you’re going to be posted overseas or tax-paid if you’re going to use them in the UK.

    Is the deal that good?

    No deal ever is, however it is definitely worth using for comparison purposes. Of course check out the competition before doing anything. Some good new car comparison services are
    Insuresupermarket*, Drive the deal, Autofinders, carhound, micronet, broadspeed, kelkoo*, oneswoop, broker4cars, netcarco.co.uk, carsource, jamjar




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