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Looking for a new
so went to my local dealers yesterday and have been offered a p/x price of £11500 (it started out at £11000) could anyone let me know if it is a fair price or under book.

ST - 1, performance blue met, 13,000 miles, owner from new, has a small scuff on the front passenger alloy and needs 2 new tyres on front (nearly at markers) apart from that the car is mint. Its a 2008 57 reg old shape.

p/x against new st-3 dealer stock
 

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QUOTE(andymac746 @ 15 Nov 2009, 04:39 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Looking for a new
so went to my local dealers yesterday and have been offered a p/x price of £11500 (it started out at £11000) could anyone let me know if it is a fair price or under book.

ST - 1, performance blue met, 13,000 miles, owner from new, has a small scuff on the front passenger alloy and needs 2 new tyres on front (nearly at markers) apart from that the car is mint.

What year?
 

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QUOTE(andymac746 @ 15 Nov 2009, 05:31 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Offering the car at £20,000 3 year options.

Finance owing on mine £9300 - plus he wants £500 cash on top of the £2000 in the car

monthly payment £325 over the 35 months.

Good deal?

Not bad, maybe able to get another 300 - 500 in it but seems fair
 

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Keep the ST-1 as this is a real rare car, or try pistonheads as someone may be looking for a base car for track fun, without al the electronic rubbish to spoil the fun.

Also remeber you do realy want to swap, if the car is dealer stock, it is costing them everyweek the car is sat there, do you know how long they have had it? Use this to your advantage
 

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With those figure it works out you're going to pay £14075 over 3 years - then you either have to start again on a new car or have to pay a baloon payment (do you know how much?) or walk away with nothing to show

have you worked out how much it would cost to p/x for a nearly new car on finance? this could work out better as you'd have a car paid for at the end of the term - nearly new would have taken the big hit so should be quite a bit cheaper
 
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