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Would I save money importing a Discovery?

Hi, I am interested in buying a 2014 to 2016 Land Rover Discovery 4. Would I save much importing? Can you do it for me?

Regards

Patrick

Filed under importing - Asked by Patrick Oconnor (Sligo) - Sat, 15 Apr 2017 10:33


I need a automobile for just one year...

I need a automobile for one year. What has the best resale value and what year should I be looking at if I am to sell it in 2018 and recoup the best part of my investment, i.e. not lose any more than I would if I were to hire the same model and year automobile for 12 months? If that makes any sense.

Filed under resale value - Asked by Helen White (Meath/Dublin/Kildare) - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 22:59


Nearly new sensible automobile or older premium?

Hi.

I'm thinking of changing my automobile, but I'm torn between buying a nearly new model like the Mazda6 or a three-year-old premium automobile from such as BMW, Jaguar or Audi with lowish mileage. Servicing cost of premium brands is also a concern. On the other hand, I can get a lot of automobile for reasonable money. Decisions! Decisions!

Your opinion greatly valued. Thanks in advance.

Filed under choosing used automobile - Asked by Tom McGrath (Kilkenny) - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 14:53


Anything to do to my Audi A4 TDI?

Hi guys.

I have a 2012 Audi A4 2.0 TDI. Currently 125,000km on the clock. Nothing has been replaced apart from tyres and anything done by Audi themselves during the three regular services it has had. Does any part(s) need replacing now at this point with the mileage and age?

Thanks, James

Filed under servicing - Asked by Paul Paris (Dublin) - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 09:28


When to change my Fiat Doblo's belt?

How many miles will a new timing belt do on my 2004 Fiat Doblo diesel 1.9?

Filed under servicing - Asked by Steve Tench (Crewe) - Thu, 21 Nov 2013 10:07


Which 2013 auto SUV to go for?

Any advice on 2013 choice for automatic transmission SUV?

Filed under automatic - Asked by Paxton Daniel (Fort Worth) - Fri, 29 Nov 2013 17:34


Who will insure a Ford Transit Tourneo?

Who will insure a Ford Transit Tourneo 6/8 seater?

Filed under insurance - Asked by Marie Cunningham (Inagh) - Sun, 01 Dec 2013 16:51


Any advice on 2009 BMW 3 Series?

Looking at a 2009 BMW 318/320: any opinions? Also, is it true that there are better specs on the UK versions

Thanks for your advice

Filed under choosing used automobile - Asked by Dan Heaslip (Dublin) - Sun, 01 Dec 2013 20:33


What petrol automobile to replace my Corolla?

Hello there,

I currently drive a 1995 Toyota Corolla 1.3 petrol hatchback and spend about 70 to 75 Euro a week on petrol. I get about 440 miles from a full tank of petrol. I have thought about buying diesel, but am worried about high servicing costs. Could you recommend some very economical petrol automobiles that are the same size internally and as roomy as the Corolla.

Jimmy Smith, Newbridge

Filed under choosing new automobile - Asked by Jimmy Smith (Newbridge) - Fri, 13 Dec 2013 15:00


Make sense to go for an older BMW X5?

Hi,

I need help. I am thinking about buying a BMW X5 2.9 or 3.0d Sport Auto from 2001, 2002 or 2003 as my second automobile and I don't have kids. How much would I spend per week putting diesel in? Is €3,000 or €4,000 a good investment for this automobile?

Filed under choosing used automobile - Asked by Nappa Napoleao (Scunthorpe) - Mon, 16 Dec 2013 16:38






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