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Are you in the market for a new car, but don't know where to put your money? Perhaps you're unsure whether your cash would be best spent on a new, nearly new or used car? Then this is the place for you.
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Name Claire Taylor
Annual mileage 5000
My old Fiat Uno died years ago and its only now that I need another car. Its got to be good in the city but spacious enough to carry large canvases and an easel. Comfy seats and a sunroof would be nice.
Skoda Fabia Estate
1.2 70 S, 11,035
The Fabia is one of the most spacious supermini estate cars around. If Claire spends no more than our Target Price, she can afford roof rails and a rack for any pictures that wont fit in the boot.
Or try a Peugeot Bipper Tepee 1.4, 10,395
Citron C3 Picasso
1.4 VTi Exclusive
Claire will like the flexible interior of the C3 Picasso. The seats can be folded flat or removed completely, turning the back into
a van-like space. This model goes one better than a sunroof with a panoramic glass roof.
Or try a Skoda Rmstr 1.2 TSI, 10/60, 9990
The C-Max is a few steps up in size from Claires last car. She should have no problem getting her paintings, easel and paints in the back. Its great to drive and good value, too.
Or try a Volkswagen Touran 1.4 TSI SE, 08/08, 10,000
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