Estate Car Deals?
We just bought a 55-reg Focus Zetec Estate, with 16,000 miles on the clock. It’a like a new car, it even smells new, just a coule of the tiniest of marks.Posted 8 years ago
That car was £16,000 new. We paid £6000 from a dealers. That’s something like 63% depreciation. Just go a year or two older, and be more selective in your search.
Have your tried…
I think motorpoint had some year old petrol vectra estates for about £7k.
Yup, here you go…
alsoPosted 8 years ago
http://www.honestjohn.co.uk has some useful links to suppliers/brokers etc for new deals as a comparison.
Thanks for the info. I tried at the Honda dealer about a new estate, he did not really seem interested in offering any discount on a new Accord estate (probably a good thing as the boot is tiny ;-), Honda have plenty of cars to shift right?
A friends dad got a Civic Type R for £15 brand new (c.4K off RRP) from same garage, don’t they want to shift the Accord?
I have also been looking for 2.5T Mondeo Estate, but there are very few about at the moment.
It’s not like i’ve been haggling hard with garages, they just appear not to be interested.Posted 8 years agou02sgbSubscriber
My Brothers been trying to sell his tourer if anyones interested:
BMW 320d SE, 2006, 55 reg
Silver, 28,000 miles
12 months MOT, 6 months tax, warranty until 16/2/09.
161 bhp, excellent fuel economy, Band D road tax (£150).
Cruise control, rear parking distance control, multi function steering wheel, roof rails, anthracite cloth seats
Lives in Glasgow if anyone wants a look.Posted 8 years ago
Used prices are going up for a few reasons I think including people thinking they can’t afford a new car and hence buying used instead. At all levels this pushes prices up which affects the overall market. Also people can’t get finance and so are spending the money they have (previously a deposit) on second hand cars.Posted 8 years ago
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