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Collected approx 4pm yesterday (went to view with a friend who needed something ASAP),  but I guess it doesn't count, was 10mins from the front door.

E320 CDI

134k

New winter avons

Everything works

Chap needed it gone as his wifes new car arrived the day before and he decided not to trade in his wifes car and sell his merc instead.

£850

 

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52 minutes ago, scooobydont said:

Collected approx 4pm yesterday (went to view with a friend who needed something ASAP),  but I guess it doesn't count, was 10mins from the front door.

E320 CDI

134k

New winter avons

Everything works

Chap needed it gone as his wifes new car arrived the day before and he decided not to trade in his wifes car and sell his merc instead.

£850

 

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Well bought that man , your not going to lose at that money , doesnt even look edgy 

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Less people are buying new though , going off finance deals many are now buying older cars , market is awash with newer gear dealers can't shift , if you can get a loan and walk into a dealer with it theyll be over you like a tramp at tattie soup 

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I’ve done the bank loan method 4 or 5 times now over the years and always been fine with it. I’d sooner that over finance at 19% APR like one of the ones I saw on AT last night where you’re stuck with that car for the period. 

It’s not for everyone but I’ve always been fine with it.

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7 hours ago, JJ0063 said:

I’m sat comparing interest rates on bank loans so it shouldn’t be too long before I do something stupid 👍

In addition to this I’m now looking a 167k mile N47 320D touring with no chain change 😛

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3 hours ago, JJ0063 said:

I’ve done the bank loan method 4 or 5 times now over the years and always been fine with it. I’d sooner that over finance at 19% APR like one of the ones I saw on AT last night where you’re stuck with that car for the period. 

It’s not for everyone but I’ve always been fine with it.

Agree personal loans tend to be lower rates if your credit allows. Selling on finance isn’t hard but is a faff and makes it harder. Loan secured on the car does give you some limited consumer protection. Rates vary widely between dealers and also very much depends on your credit profile

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8 hours ago, RoverFolkUs said:

Anyone else having trouble finding the for sale thread? 😁

Anyone else reinvigorated the "email alerts for new content by HMC"?

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