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Mk1 V6 Clio £19k 1,800 miles on the clock!



DrR

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So it's only done 1800 miles but yet to show how mint it is he puts pics up with shite all over the matts
 

The_Coracle

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No chance, id say its worth probaly 15k but ffs its 6 years old, plus as said above its gonna need all the belts done and serviced!

I have to be honest id rather a car thats got more miles than that on it!
 

Richard_UK

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I'd rather have one that's done more miles, a. it could cause problems being so low and b. I'd be scared to put more miles on it, unfortunately it will probably end up being a trailer queen.
 
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I'd rather have one that's done more miles, a. it could cause problems being so low and b. I'd be scared to put more miles on it, unfortunately it will probably end up being a trailer queen.

Agreed. Its sat on a driveway/ in a garage somewhere with all the internals clogging up and drying out.

Regular running is surely better for a car?
 

Jamie

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Cars are built to be driven, just because you don't will not mean you escape depreciation.

When I used to leave my Williams standing for a while as I used to commute to work on the train it would run rough as f**k for a while. When using it each day as I do now, it is very easy to see how much better it runs.
 

The_Coracle

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^there is definatley truth in this^

I know what you mean, even from first igntion when being used frequently it fires into life immediatley as opose to being left for a few days/weeks!

They dont like to be left alone thats for sure!
 
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Wouldnt pay that, carnt be good for the car either although just because it hasnt done a load of miles doest mean it hardly ever never runs, he could just start it up every now and then and let it tick over lol
 
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If I was trying to sell a £19k car I'd put more than a 3 line descriptio about it!?!?
 
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when i got my vee i went to see one that had 11k on the clock, it was ejecting black smoke out the back of it.

as appealing low miles are, its all about finding one that runs well!!

i think 14-15k is more realistic for that car in todays market
 
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I agree with most of you...I would rather have one with a few more miles on it just so I know the internals at least have been worked.
 

Iridium

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If he can get £13k for it I'd be surprised at the moment tbh. It doesn't mention a service history at all - possibly has never had anything, the oil would need scraping off the dipstick by now! I wouldn't trust the tyres either, they'll be all cracked up. Isn't the recommendation that you never let tyres get over 5 years old or something?

Oh, also, look under the repeater on the side shot :) Some lovely Halfords V6 badging :)

Dan

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I was on about the steering wheel when I made that comment, lol.

What I think my car is worth & what i'd get for it in todays climate are a fair bit different tbh.
Pics of it are on here mate, although tbh I never really start threads on it. It is in very very good condition (I only ever buy mint condition cars) Plus it's blue (only eight blue mk1's in the uk)
 


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