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BFG Tax Free Cars...Deals?

#1
Ok, i left BFG 5 years ago when the BFG car racket was still going strong.

Since then we've had the gobal recession, €/£ collapse and various Green initiatives to discourage us from owning a nice big shiney new car.

the question is this, i am posted to Herford in May, are there any deals still to be had in BFG. Clearly the days of making a few grand on a new X5 are gone, but is it possible to get one-for-one swaps, guaranteed buy backs or just break even?

cheers

BL
 
#2
MPV's or small cars seem to sell well,

My mate lost 5K on his BMW 520d, but strangely he is making on a Discovery.

Prestigious cars, fully loaded still make the money, but I prefer the 2nd hand car market - far simpler and no silly bans
 
#3
Just google: tax free cars BFG, you still have all the major plauyers, forces cars direct, naafi, griffin car sales & EMC

Stilts
 
#4
Guaranteed buy backs still exist but only a few guaranteeing what you paid for the car.

I think it's quite rare to make money over the list price, but for certain models it's achievable
 
#5
This might be a bit late for the original Post, but if you haven't bought a car as yet or you are about to change your car, avoid Griffin Tax Free. Details available on request.
 
#6
Sorry to add a bit more CPR to a dead thread, but can anyone comment on Forces Cars Direct?

I have a NATO colleague who is thinking of buying from them and has asked me if I know anything about their reputation...
 

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