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Sadly, my much-loved Ford Puma is about to meet its demise. Can you recommend a replacement that will have the same driving experience and oomph of the Puma without extending my finances too much?

I am thinking in the region of £10,000. Also, how do I dispose of the Puma, which has failed its MoT because of corrosion?

Asked on 29 December 2012 by MH, Colchester

Answered by Honest John
Mazda2 1.3TS2. Great to drive and for the last year or so has been £30 tax. Offload the rusty Puma via the Puma Club.
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