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My daughter has seen
a VW high up
2015 5door 76000 miles, for £4900
failed MOT ON FRONT brakes, front discs
saïd to be fixéd
no info on campbelt
one owner , Mot now done

is ist worth it.?

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2014, 5 dor, 40000 miles, for 5999
Mot passed
 

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Both seem way overpriced. My wife's Beats UP! is three years old on a 17 plate with 20,000 miles, and if she was selling we would be happy to get £5999 for it, but no way, probably closer to £5000. I know dealers like a bit of profit, but seems too much.
Possibly not helping much, but just giving my opinion on those prices.
 

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Both seem way overpriced. My wife's Beats UP! is three years old on a 17 plate with 20,000 miles, and if she was selling we would be happy to get £5999 for it, but no way, probably closer to £5000. I know dealers like a bit of profit, but seems too much.
Possibly not helping much, but just giving my opinion on those prices.
Thank you very much for your quick reply., which was very helpful.
 

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Same here, way too expensive. There are lots to choose from, lots with low mileage.. Take your time and buy the best you can, a High Up if your budget stretches to it.
 

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Thank you very much for your quick reply., which was very helpful.
Just had a quick look on Autotrader and looks like some dealers really are taking the p..s. Particularly Peter Vardy near me. Looks like if buying from a dealer you might struggle to get one for a sensible price. Maybe trying a private sale is an option if you are handy with the spanners.
 

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We bought a 2014 Move Up in September 2018 with 41000 miles from a non franshised dealer for £4600. Thought that was a good price then. Keep looking!
 

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Same here, way too expensive. There are lots to choose from, lots with low mileage.. Take your time and buy the best you can, a High Up if your budget stretches to it.
Thank you for time to reply. She made her decision and time at a premium went for the one regardless of the concerns I raised.
She turned up in it yesterday and all I can say, that it looks nice, not quite the reason to decide on it.
 
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