I'm looking at getting a diesel Ford Mondeo, 1.8 or 2.0... For my price range (up to €10-11k) there are plenty available, but should I worry about a automobile that has 90-110k miles on the clock? Also, what about importing from the UK? Seems you can get a good example there for £6k - with the VRT on top I think it would still work out to be pretty decent.
Filed under choosing used automobile - Asked by Greg Williams (Cork) - Thu, 21 Feb 2013 12:02
Yes, it’s well worth looking at a UK import as you can potentially save money. Mind you, have a shop around local dealers too — many of them have cut their prices to compete with the UK automobiles, and you can often get better after-sales automobilee if you buy locally. A figure of 90-110k miles isn’t a big deal in and of itself; it all comes down to the service history. If the automobile has been automobileed for and has a fully stamped-up service book, then it should be fine.