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Asked by qutubminar on 16th September 2018 Report this content
I am enquiring about car for disable person. How do I get one? 

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Asked by karlcurrie on 19th July 2018 Report this content
What is excluded in the lifetime warranty and what is covered?

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Asked by stephengarside on 13th January 2016 Report this content
If I buy a used car from them what is the standard warranty included in the price?

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Report this content keivinho999 Written on: 19/01/2016
I was told 30days or remainder of manufacturers warranty they do offer a lifetime warranty aswell but it's over priced and has lots of limitations it has to be serviced by them and only them every year even if car not due a service to manufacturer guidelines I'd avoid stoneacre tbh
Asked by zulu001 on 18th September 2015 Report this content
Should I get my Kia car serviced here?

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Report this content hedget Written on: 19/09/2015
My advice would be to look elsewhere. I've had bad experiences with Stoneacre in the past.
Asked by fadii on 24th July 2015 Report this content
I got a car on finance from Stone Acre 5 days ago. I want change my car, so can I do that?

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Report this content hedget Written on: 24/07/2015
If there is something wrong with the car you should be able to otherwise I'm not sure
Asked by Paulupton12 on 23rd February 2014 Report this content
I am wanting to know how much it costs to take out a Stoneacre lifetime guarantee?   I have tried looking online and it seems, through various forums, that people have paid all different prices for the exact same product. Varying from £300 - £1200 one off payment, which is added to the cost of the car on the car order form. Stoneacre themselves have been very vague with me over the phone when trying to find out this information.

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Report this content hedget Written on: 24/02/2014
I paid £795 but wish I hadn't taken it. There is no cooling off period and you must get the car serviced by Stoneacre to keep the guarantee valid
Report this content Woody107 Written on: 27/02/2014
Hi, I have paid £700.00 which was added to the cost of my vehicle. The cost is slightly dependant on the type of vehicle you purchase. I had a similar product for the previous vehicle I had which I got stoneacre to service and maintain. It proved a cost saving in the end so thought it better to take the option offered on purchase. I have researched expected costs for the next five years and taking into account a 2% inflation over that period it once again seemed to be a prudent cost saving having the Stoneacre Lifetime guarantee. I hope this helps but of course when talking money its all down to your own requirements. Good luck
Report this content keivinho999 Written on: 16/11/2015
If you don't want it they will normally rip you off and add it in another way and say it's free like they did with me
Report this content bangger52 Written on: 07/10/2016
bought my car over a year ago haggled with salesperson to the point I got it FREE don't mind having it serviced by them save having to keep trying to find somewhere to book it in ,so go on haggle with them they have got to sell you the car your not obliged to buy it.so if rep wants commission he`ll haggle.
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