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ezman

Please help, thinking of buying titanium tomorrow!

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Hi, had a really good test drive of a Titanium 2005 1.6 115 petrol today, it's only done around 14,000 miles.

The only thing is there is a quite a scrape down the edge of the driver door (as if someone's opened the door too wide against a stone wall. They say they'll clean it up (they just got the car in, it hasn't even been cleaned yet), but that I would still notice if I looked closely.

I admire they're honesty but how much would you haggle down for this. It was at £6500 and I've got them down to £6200 which I think is as good as I can get out of them.

Would this put you off buying the car at this price (which seems good, looking at current selections on sites).

Thanks,

Eric

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find out what the repair would cost and that will give you a better idear on the idear price of the car.

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find out what the repair would cost and that will give you a better idear on the idear price of the car.

I think I would try to get a quote from the best body shop in your area and then ask for a discount equal to the quote.

It is very hard to do a completely invisible repair but a real good sprayer should be able to blend it in so it is not noticeable. (He will have to laquer the entire door though)

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