What used Ford Ka+ hatchback will I get for my budget?
Between £7500 and £8000 will get you into the driver’s seat of a good Ford Ka+, at the time of writing. This will buy you a good-condition car with an average mileage for the year and a full service history, bought from either an independent or a franchised dealer. Up the money to £9000-£11,000 and you’ll find nearly new 2017 cars with low mileages from Ford dealers.
How much does it cost to run a Ford Ka+ hatchback?
Both engines have the same 114g/km CO2 output and 56.5mpg official fuel economy, and will therefore demand the same amount in car tax every year. However, the lower-powered Ka+ is placed in insurance group 1, whereas the higher-powered car is in group 5.
Expect servicing costs to be reasonable. As the car grows older, Ford will have plenty of servicing plan options to cover different methods of payment.