Great deal, thanks OP. 2-3 weeks delivery. Colours available Borocay Blue Deep Espresso
This says otherwise... http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-news/92792/i-love-ssangyong-s-determination-to-deliver-good-value-for-money Anyway, people get stupidly hung up on depreciation expressed as a percentage over three years, when what they should focus on is absolute depreciation over the actual length of time you are actually going to keep the car (at least five years in my lad's case). The latter definitely favours cars that have a low price in the first place.
Sounds like your son has his head screwed on, no one sensible would buy a new/nearly new Ssangyon, the depreciation is horrendous.
Ex-mobility car I imagine. You probably missed the stains on the seats!
We went to see a three year old Qashqai at the weekend. £14k for a car that smelled of dogs and who's tyres looked as if the dealer has painted them with creosote! Warranty? Errr..sorry sir, that's expired. We also took a new Mokka for a spin. Now I'm not a big petrol-head. To me a car is just a machine much like any other (a fridge, a boiler, etc ). However I did think the Mokka was a tad noisy and felt a bit cheap inside. Without doubt, for me, the stand-out car of the three was the Tivoli by quite some margin. If you're into this kind of car (I'm not) then I'd say a trip to your local Ssangyong dealer is well worth it. You might be pleasantly surprised...