- 1 REGISTERED OWNER
- IMACULATE CONDITION
- ELECTRIC WINDOWS
- Full dealer facilities
- Finance Available
- Delivery Available
- 3 month/3000 mile warranty
- Service & MOT where needed
This is the average amount of miles it takes the car to use a gallon of fuel. The figure is used to see how efficient the car is with its fuel. For a typical petrol-powered family hatchback, anything above 40mpg is considered respectable. The higher the figure here, the more efficient the car is.
This number is calculated when the car is driven on a test cycle through towns and cities. As vehicles are more likely to be continually stopping and starting, they'll use more fuel getting the car back up to speed – lowering its fuel efficiency compared to the average.
When driven on roads in and out of town, the car will be able to cruise at points – using less fuel. This figure takes that into account, as when a car is sitting at a constant speed, it typically uses less fuel than one that's in stop-start traffic.
In the first year of a car’s registration, car owners pay road tax dependent on their new car’s claimed emissions. It ranges from £0 for vehicles producing no emissions, up to £2,135 for cars producing more than 255g/km CO2. Diesel models are taxed one bracket higher than petrol cars with the same emissions. Some owners may pay for this monthly, but this figure shows the full sum for the first 12 months of ownership.
This is how much it costs every year to tax your car from its second year of registration and beyond. Cars with a list price of £40,000 or more demand an extra £320 on their annual road tax up to their sixth year of being on the road.
The current keeper is not included in the number of previous keepers.
This vehicle has had 1 registered keeper from new. Please note that the keeper is not necessarily the owner, it may be a company vehicle or belong to a third party.
There are COLOUR CHANGES recorded against this vehicle. A previous owner may have re-sprayed the vehicle or there may just be a discrepancy in how two people saw it. A previous owner may have described a dark grey car as black when filling out the registration documents. However, colour changes can also be an attempt to pretend a written off vehicle is a different one (ie one that hasn’t been damaged). Make sure you check the vehicle’s history and physical condition carefully.
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