Is €10,999 a little suspicious for a 2006 Ford Galaxy? It has 55,000 miles on the clock, it's NCT'd, 1 owner but no service history. The garage is not SIMI registered but we're tempted as were on a tight budget.
What do you think?
Filed under used automobile values - Asked by Tonya Kirwan (Wicklow) - Thu, 03 Jun 2010 12:40
Our advice on all used automobile purchases is that if something seems fishy then just walk away. A service history is important for peace of mind and of course we'd urge you to use a SIMI registered dealer when possible.
each of that aside, the price seems quite low in comparison to others of similar age and mileage on the market. Especially when the mileage is so low.
Take a read through our guide to watching out for clocked automobiles here.
I understand your need to get value for money and if you're happy with the automobile perhaps get a mechanic to look it over, or a proper check by someone like the AA.
Finally, automobilery out a automobile history check. It's relatively cheap to do and gives you extra peace of mind. Just pop the automobile's registration into the box on the bottom left of this page.
Hope that helps