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Hi New member here,

Potentially upgrading to EV6, and looking into Scotland Energy Saving Trust loan. Max £50k but would really want the AWD GT line S…. With is only £2k over - anyone here had any discussion from dealers about discounts?

Next option is the AWD GT line - but really want the tech goodies…
 

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Hi New member here,

Potentially upgrading to EV6, and looking into Scotland Energy Saving Trust loan. Max £50k but would really want the AWD GT line S…. With is only £2k over - anyone here had any discussion from dealers about discounts?

Next option is the AWD GT line - but really want the tech goodies…
I thought the EST loan was up to £28k per vehicle? Also Im not sure the EV6 was on the list of approved vehicles although I emailed them to chase them.
 

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The easiest way to get a car loan is through a dealer. As you have already noticed, in this way, the interest rate becomes lower. But there is a nuance. If you apply for a loan, you, first of all, go to the bank. Therefore, you may be charged an additional rate there. When buying a car for the first time, I fell for this ruse and unfortunately lost a lot of money. To avoid making the same mistake as I did, try to find someone who will draw up the contract correctly. All you have to do now is go online and find a professional like Mortgage Advice Hull. In my case, I have two more years left to pay off my loan, and I want to take the matter more seriously in the future.
 
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