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Topic # 29354 4-Jan-2009 18:12
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Hello again guys

I am looking at buying a Ford Mondeo Wagon 2005(under 100Kms) in under 10K....

considering the current state of the car market...do u think this is possible in Auckland?

 

anyone wanna sell such a car/or knows anyone who wants to sell?

 

Cheers

 


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  Reply # 187347 4-Jan-2009 18:35
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Yes, I'd say that's reasonable. If you go to the Turners Auctions web site they have a price check facility which gives you an idea of what you can expect to get for your money based on historic sales.

Obviously you'll pay much more if you opt to purchase through a dealer though.

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  Reply # 187366 4-Jan-2009 20:42
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look om trademe. good deals come and go.

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  Reply # 187389 4-Jan-2009 21:45
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From looking for a car last week for my sister, I can tell you that tuners are more expensive then the same thing from a dealer on trademe in the case of small hatches. Dont forget to add the buyers charge which is another 4 or 500 to the price bid at turners.




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