I think I mentioned my views on finance for cars (makes an expensive thing more expensive for questionable benefit).
I could do with changing my current car which is over 15 years old (though still < 100k on the clock). Performance is OK, handling is good and it is fun to drive along a twisting B road but the suspension is best described as unforgiving and I need physio after anything over a 100 mile drive. My wife finds it even worse and although technically a four seater the back is not much use for anyone over 12.
So, I want a well appointed car with a decent amount of performance and I’d like it to last, as I said, another 15 years. As I will be over 70 by then in fact I’d actually quite like not to have to buy another car at all.
Which means I need to get it right when I do change the car.