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Anyone wanna buy a car? One exasperated and honest seller!

janeez Plus
9 1.8k 8 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2013 10:14AM
This is brilliant and so funny. Read the very honest description of an exasperated car owner!

Renault Grand Espace


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conrad 13 10.9k 116
16 Apr 2013 10:34AM
LOL, clearly a fan of all things French!
User_Removed 5 920 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2013 10:35AM
That's hilarious GrinGrin I wonder how much he will end up selling it for.
MikeRC Plus
13 3.6k United Kingdom
16 Apr 2013 10:43AM

Quote:If you want to drive it home just bring half a dozen batteries and a spanner and you'll be fine.

....suggest you don't come on the bus Smile
Ade_Osman 15 4.5k 36 England
16 Apr 2013 11:29AM
You have to admire the guys honesty Smile I'm sure and hope for the sake of his own sanity he gets what he wants for it.......Gave me a good giggle this morning GrinGrinGrin
janeez Plus
9 1.8k 8 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2013 11:58AM

Quote:It has inbuilt reversing sensors which work fine once you have reversed into whatever is behind you.

This was the bit that had me and hubby in hysterics Grin
petebfrance 6 2.7k France
16 Apr 2013 12:05PM
Unfortunately it's 'buyer collects' - no postage rates to France GrinGrin
Railcam 11 675 2 Scotland
16 Apr 2013 1:58PM
Did not Sebastian Vettel retire from a couple of Grand Prix last year owing to defective Renault alternators?

Moral = avoid Renault electrics.
Graysta 13 1.1k England
16 Apr 2013 7:09PM
Having worked on quite a few of these all I can say as a vehicle repairer is they are a good source of income.
2 or 3 customer's with these and you will never have to advertise for work.
What the guy say's is about par for the course.
A brilliant advert.
kodachrome 6 703
16 Apr 2013 7:48PM
Having been in the motor trade [now retired] for 35 years, French cars closely followed by Fiat had the worst residuals of any make on the British roads, which is why most dealers gave you peanuts for them on part exes. The best residuals were most of the Japanese such as Toyota, Mazda, Honda and Nissan. Even the German makes trail the Japs for resale value, and you can now add Skoda to that list.

If you run a French car, be prepared to get nothing for it on trade in.
I just hope the French car importers read that add. It should be on face book.

janeez Plus
9 1.8k 8 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2013 9:28PM
It is now!
Graysta 13 1.1k England
17 Apr 2013 6:19AM

Quote:I just hope the French car importers read that add.

Hope they don't if they improve the product how will I retire.
Ade_Osman 15 4.5k 36 England
17 Apr 2013 9:40AM
They ain't all bad you know....I have a Citroen C3 Picasso (made in Slovakia apparently) and it hasn't missed a beat from new 3 years ago, having said that I am currently looking to change it, but for no reason other than I want something different with an auto box.
arnieg Plus
14 704 England
17 Apr 2013 12:25PM
someone like it on ebay 910 final bid
janeez Plus
9 1.8k 8 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2013 3:06PM
You might think he would be pleased but after all those garage bills, maybe not! Wink

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