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Changing my 406 Coupé for something new or used.

Hi guys,

Firstly, congrats on the website, fair play and good luck with it. I'm just looking for some advice! I'm 29, living in Dublin and do on average city say 14k per year in my car, a 2001 Peugeot 406 Coupé 2.0, which I love. I'm looking to trade up and am not sure what to go for? Would like something sporty-ish, comfortable, economical all round (fuel, tax, servicing) and not too common on the road. I have a budget of €15k with no real preference on year but the younger the better! 

I've never driven a diesel before but with the way that diesel engines have improved I am not adverse to change. So I'm prepared to go for either. 

Filed under choosing used car - Asked by Brian Gallagher (Dublin) - Thu, 13 May 2010 12:44


Audi A4 on a €7,000 budget?

Hi guys,

Im looking to buy a car with a budget of €7,000. I like the Audi A4 and my house mate is upgrading from his A4. It is an English import from 2003, with six-speed gearbox, cruise control, air conditioning and comes with a hands free Bluetooth kit for the mobile.

Mileage is 140,000 miles however and it's going for somewhere between €7,000 and €7,500. I travel a lot for sports, circa 20,000 miles per year. Is this car a good investment for €7,000-€7,500 or should I look for one with lower mileage?

Thanks

Filed under choosing used car - Asked by Barry Cox (Tullamore) - Wed, 12 May 2010 18:12


Is this a good price for a 2008 Audi A3 TDI?

I am looking at a 2008 Audi A3 1.9 TDI. Is €18,950 good value for an example with 18,900 miles on the clock?

Filed under choosing used car - Asked by Ken Moran (Carrick On Shannon) - Wed, 12 May 2010 18:40


I need a diesel car for high mileage

I am driving between 800-900 km per week to and from work and I am looking to change from a 2005 1.4 petrol Volkswagen Golf with 133,500km (82,950 miles) on the clock, to a diesel car.

My budget is approx €13,000 euro but am not sure what to buy. I have looked at the Volkswagen Passat, but are there other options out there that you could recommend?

Filed under choosing used car - Asked by Ollie Walsh (Donegal) - Tue, 11 May 2010 23:31


Is the petrol Volkswagen Passat short on power?

I am thinking of buying a VW Passat 1.6 FSI but have been advised not to as it is short on power. What do you think?

Filed under choosing used car - Asked by Stephen Scott (Dublin) - Tue, 11 May 2010 22:46


Comfortable, spacious and diesel for €8,000?

I want to buy a diesel car. I need space and comfort. My budget is up to €8,000. What cars would you recommend?

Thanks

Filed under choosing used car - Asked by Neil Duffy (Dublin) - Tue, 11 May 2010 17:00


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