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My car is too expensive

Asked by Wayne

I have owned my 2013 Mercedes-Benz C180 for five years now. I am 80 years old and retired. Due to financial problems and the costs of owning and servicing my Merc I am considering my options.

Should I sell the car and buy a small car with a long warranty and inexpensive servicing costs. I feel I may not be able to afford the expensive servicing.

Answered by CarsGuide

26 Oct 2018 Graham Smith

Buying a smaller, new car would give you the certainty of a long warranty and the benefit of capped price servicing. You could consider a Kia Rio, for instance, which would have a 7-year, unlimited kilometre warranty.

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