So i'm going to change job soon, the new job i have been offered comes with a company car - lucky me. The trouble is that the new company wont allow a cash instead of car deal, you have to take it.
This means I have to sell my current vehicle and settle up the remaining loan on it, any losses costs will be the cost of changing job (in my mind at least).
The price Ive been quoted from Motorway.com is really good compared to what I got from a BMW dealer that I bought it from, but my question is this: do i pay a local body shop person to sort out the few minor dings that it has (2-300 quid I reckon) or do i proceed with the quoted price only to have to take a hit when they tell me the dings are reducing value? do they always find something to reduce the price of the original quote?
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