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    What car??

    Can you suggest a car I could get?

    I'm looking to trade in my ancient Citreon Saxo under the government scheme. If the Saxo was still available I'd get another one as it's been great.

    Can you suggest a car which is a close as possible to size of the Saxo (boot and overall size of the car) but a 4 door?

    Thanks

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    Buy a rod...Pre 73 and then pay no Tax and very cheap insurance :thumbsup:

    New shape Corsa ?

    Kia Picanto?

    ?Fiat ~Panda?

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    bassman_uk;7004571

    Kia Picanto?



    You are on the right tracks with this little car, but the boot is tiny.

    If you like Citroens, you can get a 4-door C1 which is probably the current version of a Saxo. Otherwise, it depends on whether you want a brand new car and what your budget is.

    Dont buy a fiat. or a french car.

    Corsa is best bet for small, reliable and easy/cheap to repair if it was to go wrong.

    tony_s1;7004786

    If you like Citroens, you can get a 4-door C1 which is probably the … If you like Citroens, you can get a 4-door C1 which is probably the current version of a Saxo. Otherwise, it depends on whether you want a brand new car and what your budget is.



    C3 is the current 'Saxo' model.


    How about the Suzuki Swift? Do they do that in a 5 door?

    Original Poster

    Seen the C1 and C2 but they don't do them in a 4 door. The C3 is the smallest 4 door but the boot is tiny.

    Not thought of a Corsa, just having a nosey on the site and then shall look at the Suzuki.

    Have you looked at the Nissan Micra? The boot is probably the same size as your Saxo, but has the advantage that when the back seats are not being used they can be slided forward to give a bigger boot space.

    If you are wanting another Citroen then the C3 is probably the size you wil want (but Citroens are not particularly well built)

    C1 they do do as a 5 door, but not the C2, although the C1 the boot will be too small.

    Panda boot wasn't too bad, but I'd go for a diesel if you went for one of them

    Corsa is probably bigger than your Saxo, just depends if you want to go that big

    cosmicdav3;7004876

    Have you looked at the Nissan Micra? The boot is probably the same size … Have you looked at the Nissan Micra? The boot is probably the same size as your Saxo, but has the advantage that when the back seats are not being used they can be slided forward to give a bigger boot space. If you are wanting another Citroen then the C3 is probably the size you wil want (but Citroens are not particularly well built)



    Build quality is something of an urban myth. The latest Nissans rattle just the same as the European opposition. That's how they can price them competitively. ;-)

    get one without keys its the way forward :-D

    Original Poster

    Thanks everyone for your suggestions... shall have a nosey at them now

    I would say the 207 verve, They do a very nice 1.4 5 door, Great car, 11.995 then with scrappage, its a winner, shame my credit check failed or i would have one lol. Vtr will remain with me.

    Hope this helps

    dont get a pug
    focus are nice

    No one has mentioned the Hyundai I10.

    I got one of these last month and I have to say, I'm very impressed with the build quality,level of equipment and the fact that its got a five year warranty

    The price wont break the bank either :-D
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