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Opinions appreciate:

I have a UK i10 Style, red solid paint, bought under scrapage scheme (so paid circa £6500 in 2010).

I can get a new car, same specs, by training in mine for around £4900, and paying £129 per month for 3 years, £4644 - so that's 0% finance.

So is this worth doing?
Is it more economical to run mine into the ground?
Or wait for new models - I heard out around Nov / Dec?

Mine is faultless, bar a few scratches, and low mileage, around 14k.

So deal or no deal???!!!
 

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I can get a new car, same specs, by training in mine for around £4900, and paying £129 per month for 3 years, £4644 - so that's 0% finance.
I had an invite from my local dealer last month offering new i10 Comfort's for £6999. Marshals are selling the classic for £6995.


I thought all the i10 variants were still between the £7-£8k mark, I didn't realise they had shot up past the £9k mark.
 

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That's strange, the Comfort model was discontinued quite some time ago and replaced with the Active which is now on offer from £7795 till the end of September.Bought one myself and very pleased with it,the seats are massive improvement over the ones in my old i10 Comfort.
 

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There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with your current car and it's got seriously low miles on it. Why not just put that £100 a month into a bank account and see what's available when your current car starts actually needing to be replaced?
 
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