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For sale: Citroen Xsara enterprise van, Sold

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It's time to let it go, been a faithful companion. It's on 278k now, 2.0 hdi diesel. Just had a cambelt, recent starter motor, mot until April. It drives absolutely fine, doesn't burn oil or jump out of gear. It's a standard estate inside with a removable steel load deck where back seats were. Faint wiff of diesel inside as I spilt some, cleaned it many times and it's definitely fading. Bodywork is in really good condition, no lawyer peel or dents. Comes up lovely with a wash. Front bumper has some splits that have been cable tied but other than that it's very tidy inside and out. Good tyres and a massive history file. Would like 400 for it, and it's in Coventry.

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Seeing as it's essentially an estate can't it be insured as one instead? Or is it marked as van on the v5?

It’ll be a van because it’s a van for tax reasons. Whole point in it historically will be for BIK for companies (or Irish car tax)

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Van tax too so around 250 a year for road tax. Getting loads of 150 offers on gumtree etc, it's fucked mate at those miles etc etc. Fuck off seems to be working on them

It would be that on tax because of engine size anyway surely?

 

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It's a hdi, so if a car it would be around 140 a year I think. It's 2004 so emmision based. It's a euro 4 engine.

Ah right. If it was pre 2002 it would be the same kind of cash on engine size though. Shouldn’t be a deal breaker for anyone apart from the most feckless.

 

My 2016 65 van costs the same to tax.

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