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    Default Any thoughts on a 607

    What are the thoughts of buying a 607, they seem very cheap. My wife needs a new car, just a thought!

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    Purchase price is just your entry ticket.
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    Go for it ..... We need someone crazy enough to take one on that'll let us know how it worked out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barney View Post
    What are the thoughts of buying a 607, they seem very cheap. My wife needs a new car, just a thought!
    Purchase price is just your entry ticket
    I was thinking replacing your wife as well may end up an major expense too.

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    https://youtu.be/dz0-8jxNUC4

    My 9 year old has his first driving experience in one on the weekend.
    As you can see i keep a car for spares as prices on 607 bits are expensive.
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    They are fantastic cars.

    First series had a few problems, but nothing major.

    Second series (2005 onwards) are better in every way though. I've put 20k km on mine since I bought it, and I haven't had to open the bonnet save to refill the washer fluid.

    A heck of the lot of car for the money.
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