Is £7200 a fair price for a 2010 Ford Fusion

I have been offered a 2010 Ford Fusion by a Ford main dealer. The car is a 1.4 petrol, manual Zetec version fitted with parking sensors. It is one owner and was supplied by the dealer, the mileage is 1500 miles - this is verified. Is £7,200 a reasonable price and are there likely to be any problems asociated with such low mileage? There is a year of manufacturers warranty remaining and the car will be serviced before delivery.

Asked on 15 June 2012 by jrmiles

Answered by Honest John
Stiff price, but quite a lot of demand for the last Fusions because there is nothing else like them.
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