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    • By jackharrison342 15th Apr 18, 2:27 PM
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    Older vw or something newer
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    Older vw or something newer 15th Apr 18 at 2:27 PM
    I have always liked older VW's until around 2000 as they were simple, well built and reliable, such as the 6n polo and mk3 golf. I realise they are getting a bit old now at least 20 years so wondering should I move on too? The only newer cars that look to have cheap running costs that interest me are the aygo c1 and 107. So should I stick with old vw or some thing newer? Or maybe in between but with more electrics like the lupo or the 2000 onward polo? I will add I never spend more than 1500 on cars (ideally under 1k) and I only need something small being single. Plus I prefer petrol to deisel. Thanks for any advice.
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