I could do but I'm thinking I'm going to be happy with the Tig for a good few years now =) just bought a caravan and have a 2-month-old little girl, so can't downsize.Tammma wrote: ↑Mon Aug 10, 2020 5:51 pmTig190DSG - do you buy it at that trade value, I presume?
On your last question, you will simply move to another car I presume which you will buy and pay another new car dealer margin (unless you get a used private sale somewhere). Of course it'll be a newer car, and an upgrade most likely, so it depends on your personal circumstances a bit. So it is a bit hard to answer in isolation.
Are you after an answer on what makes sense financially? Because there are probably other non financial considerations depending on what your circumstances are potentially. Are you in a growing family and going to need a larger next car (perhaps an Allspace...or an MPV even)? Or are you going to downsize for your next car, perhaps a Golf or Polo? Or are you simply going to go carless at some point?
Or, will the current Tig be fine for a few more years yet? Just remember, everytime you churn, someone takes a clip on the way through...irrespective of whatever finance package you choose.
It's financially really, what's the best way to maximise me getting the car outright i suppose, and yeah it's trade value it will be valued at when I come to buy it, not the resale rate - which is good for me =D
Tough one.. if it cost me 18.5k i can't see it being worth more than say 14k @ trade price in another 2 years with 40k on the clock, given a new Tigs soon out and the gov will start giving incentives for electric vehicles i reckon before then. so total would be ? £32k...
I'm just throwing figures out there, no idea what it may / may not be at the time.
Thank you for your advice =)