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  1. buying new q7 via drovethedeal.com 
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    hi, has anyone bought a new q7 through drivethedeal.com?
    I put down a deposit a week ago on a new q7 vorsprung and though I had got the local garage down a lot but today got a call from them (following up an email) offering me the same car for 4k less (71k)! plus if I can be bothered to webuyanycar I can probably extract another 2/3k in equity from my trade in rather than just return it.
    I'm figuring their must be a sting in the tail as I have to pay deposit before they tell me the dealer but trust pilot checks put on them...
     
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    Bought my MY21 Q7 BE from drivethedeal, no problem what so ever.
    Put a deposit down to place an order and they will forward your details to the supplying dealer who will take over the whole ordering process.
    I would use them again, you can always try and ask your local dealer to price match?
     
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    I have used them before with no problems. A few other brokers out there as well giving slightly better prices when I did the rounds in February . All brokers get you the deal, then hand you over to an Audi garage to complete the purchase. Ended up using their figures to get a good deal direct with Audi.

    On the Part Ex front, a few brokers said it wasn't worth giving a Part Ex figure as WBAC and Motorway were giving good figures. They are suppling new web based car firms like Cinch so need stock. Ended up selling via Motorway, in less than a week, and getting 4.5k more than Audi quoted! Maybe worth a few minutes to check out.
     
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    Just FYI, there is another very good one, called SupplyDrive and I used 'em to get my 2020 Q7, which was delivered to my doorstep (from Coventry Audi) week before the last. Got a lot better deal compare to our local Audi dealer; very pleased with them.
     
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