What used Volkswagen Touran MPV will I get for my budget?
Tourans with a high mileage, in excess of 120,000 miles, and Cat D cars, can be had for less than £1000, but we'd advise you to spend a little more if possible. It's better to spend around £2000 as a starting price, and try to secure a car with an average mileage for the year, say 80,000 miles, and a service history to back that up. Between £2500 and £3000 should secure you a 2005/2006 car with an average mileage in good condition, while upping the cash to between £3000 and £5000 should secure a 2008 car, the facelifted model, with around 50,000 to 60,000 miles on the clock, from a trader. By the time you hit the lofty peaks of £10,000 you should net yourself one of the later facelifted 2011 models, with an average mileage and a full history, from an independent dealer, or a 2012/2013 model from a car supermarket. If you have £10,000 to £15,000 burning a hole in your pocket and desire a Touran you should be able to find a 2013 or 2014 car with a below average mileage from a franchised dealer.
How much does it cost to run a Volkswagen Touran MPV?
Surveys have shown the German firm's dealer network isn't as expensive as others when it comes to servicing, but you can always save money by visiting a specialist. VW parts are plentiful, as they're shared between many other models in the range.