Date: Mon, 03 Oct 2005 22:15:13 +0100
From: Paul Hutchings <paulnospamcop.net>
Subject: Re: 93 Convertible buying advice


In article <43419a91$0$18200$db0fefd9nospam.zen.co.uk>, "Charles C." <c.k.christacopoulos_removeme_nospamee.ac.uk> wrote: > And then you will get the usual story ... your car is not worth much. > If you are willing to sell your car privately ... and so on you might > get the best price to change. The price to change is my take on it. I'm not too picky about the split between part-ex and discounting whatever I buy, all I really care about is how much it's going to cost me - I think that's the right way to look at it isn't it? He did do a printout direct from Glasses of what mine is worth and let's just say it's scary how much you lose on a new car after 3 years.. but that's life if you buy a new car :-) It boils down to 3k to change from the Golf. Main concern isn't so much the money but how to spot a "good" car. I did check out the Saab website but didn't see anything comparable factoring in age/mileage if this comes in at around 7.6k. Don't get me wrong I'm in no hurry to change if I don't see something I'm happy with, I'm just trying to investigate if what seems like a good car, good price actually is. Paul -- paulnospamcop.net

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