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Bryan M

Evoque anyone?

Anyone fancy an Evoque - one careful owner!

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/class...ising-location=at_cars&page=1
gooner

My Siggy hasn't appeared on AT yet. One similar to it is being advertised as being British Racing Green. It's Emerald Green!

I forgot your Evoque was a three door, that's pretty rare. Do they still sell that variant?
gonnabuildabuggy

Nice spec. Lower mileage than I expected from a company car too.
Bryan M

They still sell the 3dr but only higher spec.

I let the train take the strain a lot last couple of years!
Frank Bullitt

I'm sure it's lovely but that challenges my 'what's it worth-o-meter' like little else.
Bryan M

It has held its value well, was £36k new. Comparable 5drs seem to be even more.
TreVoR

Bryan M wrote:
They still sell the 3dr but only higher spec.

I let the train take the strain a lot last couple of years!


Was that due to breakdowns?  
Martin

Frank Bullitt wrote:
I'm sure it's lovely but that challenges my 'what's it worth-o-meter' like little else.


+1.  Just had a look in Autotrader and it's priced about right.  I'd have guessed somewhere around the £15k mark.
PG

Martin wrote:
Frank Bullitt wrote:
I'm sure it's lovely but that challenges my 'what's it worth-o-meter' like little else.


+1. †Just had a look in Autotrader and it's priced about right. †I'd have guessed somewhere around the £15k mark.


I must say that price caused me to take a sharp breath. They sure seem to hold their value.
Nice Guy Eddie

I guess the dealer paid 20k for it and given no discounts when they were new its still lost near £500 a month over 3 years which aint exactly pittance.
Frank Bullitt

£34k new, so just under £400pcm lost on the list
Big Blue

Aside from a handful of classics cars are not known to be investments. They either cost a lot in depreciation or a lot to keep running and pristine.
gonnabuildabuggy

Big Blue wrote:
Aside from a handful of classics cars are not known to be investments. They either cost a lot in depreciation or a lot to keep running and pristine.


Never a truer word said.

It's merely about what loses & costs the least.

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