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Buying an ex-Company Car
I have the opportunity to buy my company car ,diesel Audi A4 reg April 2008. It has 60000 miles on the clock.

What do you consider to be a fair price and is it worth buying with the amount of miles?

Asked on 12 December 2011 by hartlepool

Answered by Honest John
Depends which diesel A4, which engine, which trim, 4 door or Avant?
Dear Honest John,

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