1999 Citroen Saxo White
(Featured on 4th May 2010)
Registration: T812 PKK
Sellers original description:
Very low mileage saxo.
Bought 2/10/08 as my daughters first car with less than 8000 miles, owned from new until may 08 by an elderly lady who kept it garaged and only popped to the local shops, hence it covered less than 1000 miles per year.
It has been my daughters car for 18 months and the mileage is now 16809, we are selling as my daughter has left home and now sharing her partners car.
Since owning, it has had a service, new discs and pads, new rear shoes, middle and rear exhaust (I have all the receipts), the original tyres were replaced just before we purchased, so very little wear.
I am a classic car enthusiast with what some might say an unhealthy obsession about rust, I HATE RUST, and will go to great lengths to prevent it, so whenever i purchase a car they go through intensive treatment to protect them, this saxo was already in mint condition so it was an easy job, the underbody was steam cleaned and an anti corrosion wax was applied to the chassis, wheel arches, door bottoms. The tailgate, doors, bonnet were all injected with dinitrol wax products.
I try to make sure when i purchase a car I only buy the best. My partner owns a 1985 starlet in mint condition with less than 30000 miles, one of our sons owns a 1992 polo coupe with 24000 miles which i travelled over 200 miles to purchase and is currently under going the same intensive anti rust prevention (any one who comes to view will be able to see the lengths i am going to).
I personally own three ma61 supras and anyone who knows about these early japanese coupes will also know all about rust prevention. Sorry if i am babbling on.
The only way I can fault this Saxo is that there is a slight dent in the passengers door and a tiny paint chip on the same door but not down to the bare metal, a couple of scuffs on the front bumper and a chip in the windscreen which has been repaired, apart from that I would describe the car as immaculate.
This is a very genuine low mileage car that would be an ideal first car, it passed its last MOT with no advisories. The price reflects the condition and mileage,you could buy one cheaper and then spends hundreds on tyres, exhaust, brakes etc, but rest assured if you buy this car it wants for nothing, and you shouldn't have to spend any money what so ever, just drive it away with the confidence that this is a very genuine 16000 mileage Citroen Saxo.