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06 Fiat Stilo 1.6 Active SW [ Estate ] For Sale. £350 or Roffle £6 a ticket. Midlands Area.

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Right due to a mixture of life being a pita and the lack of money and space. I really need to get a car shifted before September ideally.

So although this wasn't in the original plan, what better than me offering two Cars For Sale / Roffles instead ! 

Plus Points,

 2006 Met Black Fiat Stilo 1.6 petrol Active SW. 4 Owners , 48,912 only with Mot till next April, Starts, Run's + Drives fine and engine seam's to have plenty of get up and go. Clutch is ok too. Brakes seam good inc handbrake. Blowers work ok. Front Leccy Windows + Mirrors. PAS inc City Button, Central Locking, CD player.  Looks to have had a full new Exhaust and Windscreen replacement recently. Tyres all have plenty of tread and spare wheel and tool kit is present. No fault codes on Dash. V5 arrived today in my name. 

Negative Points,

Interior isn't great. Worst is being the headlining and rear boot carpet, but is 99% complete. Bodywork has some interesting dents see pics! Also has poor previous repairs to nearside doors and is declared on logbook as being a previous salvaged vehicle.  Nearside front door doesn't lock on the outside but locks fine inside. Tailgate rattles slightly [ needs adjustment ] No service history so Cambelt Roulette at present, but Fiat reckon next change assuming it's had one would be 72K. Clonking / Rattle underneath suspect anti-roll bar joint as advised on last Mot. 

Despite it's appearances though this car has potential. I feel that with a bit of time invested and a few trips to a scrappy as I'd planned to do, would improve it no end. But otherwise it would make a ideal cheap workhorse / dog carrier etc as is, that would also last you till next April and beyond without too much bother. 

Car is untaxed but will Sorn if not Sold shortly and no Insurance. 

Just want back what it owe's me so far. AS price is £350 firm or £6 a Roffle Ticket. 

If the Cavalier sell's before the Stilo, then I may keep this car as originally intended but we see how things go.  Worst case I'll sell both and have to go Car shopping again! 

Car located Midlands near Jct 10 M42 at present. 

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1 hour ago, marm said:

Not sure i’ve ever seen one of these before... which makes it quite appealing.

To be honest I've seen a few Hatchbacks about locally but not any Estate version's. There are 2 on ebay when I last checked though which were both 1.9 Diesel versions. 

1 hour ago, dozeydustman said:

Yes please.

 

14 minutes ago, New POD said:

I like a raffle - 52 please. 

 

13 minutes ago, J-T said:

Throw me a couple please

Thank's all, will shortly get a list going! 

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28 minutes ago, loserone said:

An random for @Jim Bell please

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Another bump for the Stilo Roffle / Sale. I really need either this or my Cavalier to go within the next week or so.

So if there no love for the Stilo. I'll have to try AutoTrader or even ebay and gumtree.☹️

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