Is £4000 a fair price for a high mileage 2008 Honda Civic?

I'm looking at getting a 2008 Honda Civic 1.8 i-VTEC. It's showroom condition; one owner and full service history for £4000. It will come with 6 months warranty from the garage. It has 99,000 miles on the clock, is this high for this kind of car?

Asked on 22 February 2017 by Fire3

Answered by Honest John
High miles, but a strong engine if properly maintained with regular oil changes. I don't think it's worth quite £4000 with those miles, though. Offer £3,250 and settle for £3,500 - £3,600.
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