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    Jon, don't forget the curly wurly! They always clinch the deal

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    Might want to include AA membership as well, as there's no way on gods earth the warranty is covering the shit that'll break.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jon_r View Post
    £2650?


    I can pay £468.45 up front, and the rest at £1.38 a month. If it has any issues though, I want that back.

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    Is it irony if Al sells his RR easily via this thread?
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    I'm sure Jon would find it hilarious.

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    Mind you Iíve spent my entire evening so far looking for something to buy and I canít find anything suitable. This is very unlike me.

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    I'm having a hard time spending money as well.

    I know exactly what I want, and there are a few cars out there that meet the criteria. Except, they're all miles away. It just doesn't feel right to spend an entire day travelling around on a maybe at the moment. I was annoyed I'd wasted 3 hours looking at one the other weekend and that was fairly local.

    Something will come up, just a case of bering patient.
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    The old shape XC90 is not the full fat tax, itís about £315.

    Still loving ours - itís done 52k nearly. Great towing and fitting everything in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim View Post
    I'm having a hard time spending money as well.

    I know exactly what I want, and there are a few cars out there that meet the criteria. Except, they're all miles away. It just doesn't feel right to spend an entire day travelling around on a maybe at the moment. I was annoyed I'd wasted 3 hours looking at one the other weekend and that was fairly local.

    Something will come up, just a case of bering patient.
    I agree. I ruled out several cars of my post-Cupra replacement list on the basis that tbey just arenít plentiful enough. I wouldnít mind travelling 3 hours to see a car, but so many sellers are untruthful and I just see a high likelihood that it would be wasted time. Iím also way less fussy on spec / colour than before and / or Iíve ruled out models that wouldnít meet my expectations in standard trim.

    Iíve not had any meaningful interest in the Cupra, so it is all academic really!

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    Thanks Tim! Sounds like weíre in the same boat.

    I keep looking at MK1 XC90ís circa 2010. I do fancy one, but I keep reading bad things.

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    What you need is a rangerover.

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    £2250.

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