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    'just add fuel' deals
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    • 29th Jan 11, 6:41 PM
    'just add fuel' deals 29th Jan 11 at 6:41 PM
    Hi all

    Hoping someone can advise me- I'm a 24 female drive with approx 4 yrs no claim bonus- my lovely little micra is on its last legs and I'm looking at options for my next car. First thing I ought to state- I can't afford to buy a car (new or used) straight up. So I am looking at some of these 'just add fuel' style deals and wondered if anyone knows of any good ones. I was tempted by Peugeot but you have to be 25 so I'm 10 months too young! Are there any similiar deals? I really like the idea of knowing that I am paying a monthly standard amount and all I need to worry about is petrol. I would consider one that includes servicing/warranty/MOT and I pay the insurance. It would also be nice if there was the option to purchase at the end of the lease period but not essential.

    Really hoping some of you lovely people might know of some good deals out there, please help!
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