I'm looking to get hold of a cheap 'n cheerful 10+ year old hatchback for a friend (106, AX, etc.) and need a little advice.
The best looking Citroen AX available right now is one with 2 lady owners that has covered less than 40,000 miles altogether.
It's just passed its MOT but has the following advisories:
- brake hose slightly deteriorated
- nearside front constant velocity joint gaiter deteriorated
- offside front suspension component is corroded slightly
This is a '96 P reg AX. I was going to buy a '97 at the weekend but unfortunately lost out at the last moment, it was in great condition from an honest seller.
Which of the advisories are worth getting sorted ASAP if I purchase the car and how much would I be looking at if they become an issue?