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RogK | 12:56 Sat 01st Jan 2005 | Motoring
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Any views on buying a used Jag, perhaps R, S, or T reg? Any particular model better than any other? What faults should I look out for? Is it true that a Jag is rich man's car, due to servicing, parts, etc?

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Thank you, Allen, for your observations. I'm taking them seriously. What a sad (and I'm sure, accurate) picture you paint of a once great marque. Same applies to Aston Martin, I suppose. My thinking cap is still on...
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The other thing to consider RogK is depreciation. You will never anywhere near what you paid for it when it comes to selling, especially if you buy from a dealer. If you want a car which holds value and is unique (i.e the chassis, engine, running gear and switchgear are not shared), try an Audi. I bought a V6 Audi A6 last year and the quality is second to none. And depreciation is low.
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Thanks, BigDogs - gratefully received information from, frankly, a bit of a novice in these matters.

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