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    Any one here used carwow or recommend others?
    The prices seem to vary quite largely between the likes of carwow and Broadspeed etc. Also donít want to be stung with a broker fee of some sort at the end of it as well so any recommendations would be appreciated.
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    Hi. Try pushing the dealers. Get some on line quotes and try to get the same deal or better from a dealer. Rember the new A6 will be out later in the year so there is a good chance of a deal on the current model. Good hunting.
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    Got a main dealer to match a car wow price. If was on a Dacia Duster for my Mum though.


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    I used OrangeWheels for my last purchase and will deffo use them again. No fees of any sort. They put you in touch with the proper dealer and that is the last you hear from them...

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    used carwow to order new Ibiza got a very good deal
     
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    Tried the local dealer to match thing before but they werenít having it this time. Usual crap about beating a broker rather than a proper dealership.
    Will see what carwow and orange wheels say. Trying to see if they bring something back thatís not like 400 miles away.
     
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    I took the orange wheels quote to my local dealer and they matched it.
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    We bought our A6 via Carwow and the TTS via Orangewheels. I would recommend them. The service from both was excellent, and no fees or any further contact once we were put in touch with the supplying dealer. In both cases Carwow and Orangwheels prices would not be matched by our local dealer.
     
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    You would have thought the dealers would be offering cars out cheaper as they wouldnít be paying a commission of some sort to carwow and orange wheels
     
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    I think it's volume based, they get fleet rates through qualifying dealers.
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