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Lexus Ct 200H 2013 worth it??

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DerekvoowoDerekvoowo Forumite
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Hi i am new. I found a car but i need some new help. The car has done 69,000 and is around £9k.  Is this car reliable and anything to look for thanks. 
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  • DerekvoowoDerekvoowo Forumite
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    Leather seats, sat nav, parking sensors, heated seats and climate control, cruise control. 
  • daveyjpdaveyjp Forumite
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    The only thing to look for is evidence it has been looked after properly.

    If it has it should be very reliable. 
  • DerekvoowoDerekvoowo Forumite
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    Thanks. A leading car sales supermarket is selling the car. Is it a good mileage and price for the car sorry for questions thanks 
  • daveyjpdaveyjp Forumite
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    Look on autotrader for similar cars and compare prices.

    At 10,000 a year its about average mileage. First job is check the MOT history. 
  • DerekvoowoDerekvoowo Forumite
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    /www.cargiant. co.uk/car/ lexus/ct-200h/YJ63YMG
  • DerekvoowoDerekvoowo Forumite
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    Mot clear 
  • DerekvoowoDerekvoowo Forumite
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    Do i need to look for anything regarding hybrid battery or timing belt or chaib
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    Too expensive for me, and the mileage is too high. But a quick google to compare similar vehicles seems to suggest that it's all very reasonable. Does everything work properly, and what is the warranty?

    Personally, I prefer a smaller car that's cheaper to run - you can buy brand new small cars for a similar price or cheaper. Smaller cars have cheaper insurance and tax - in my case I don't pay any tax and they don't use as much fuel either. A Lexus is just for show - and from the questions you are asking here, you really don't seem convinced that it's right for you. 
  • DerekvoowoDerekvoowo Forumite
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    Its from car giant i don't think they provide warranty. No test drive allowed at moment due to covid. I have 3 others car, bmw, mercedes audi. I was hoping i could use this as a hybrid for in town.
    I read the battery is cover for 8 years or 100,000 mileage. I think the car has a chain. Would there be anything else to look for which need replacing at 70k. Thanks. 


  • DerekvoowoDerekvoowo Forumite
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    0 for road tax as well. 
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