* Three readers want new cars... * ...we help them choose * Need some help, too?...
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.
We can help you decide the car that's best for you. Just tell us the following information and we'll come up with three options to help you decide what to choose.
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Name Julia Possener
Drives Audi TT quattro
Annual mileage 10,000
After 22 years in London, Ive moved close to the Lake District. My new lifestyle means I need a car with room for my bike and sports equipment. Ill also be driving to London regularly, so need comfort and economy.
2.0 i-VTEC SE, 21,875
Julia should be able to beat our Target Price with ease if she shops via an online broker. The CR-V does a respectable 34.4mpg and the boot is bigger than most rivals.
Or try a Ford Kuga 2.0 TDCi 140 Zetec 2WD, 21,645
This 2.0-litre diesel model averages 43.5mpg, which beats many other 4x4s. Even better for Julia, cargo space reaches a mountain bike-swallowing 1560 litres.
Or try a Volvo XC60 2.4D DRIVe SE 2WD 09/09, 19,000
Land Rover Discovery
2.7 TDV6 GS
The Discovery is thirstier than most 4x4s, but is still capable of 30.4mpg; it relishes motorway cruising, too. With boot space of 2558 litres, its perfect for Julias kit.
Or try a Hyundai Santa Fe 2.2 CRTD CDX 08/08, 11,740