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Old 13-02-2018, 16:07   #1
Dmalston
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Seat Leon tdi fr 170 cambelt advice

Guys bit of advice,

Donít currently own a seat however I am looking into buying a 170fr tdi. I have come across a seat Leon fr tdi 170 68k miles however after speaking to the dealer about it itís currently in the garage getting a new cambelt as it snapped. What are peopleís views on this car and what questions shall I be asking when I go and see it? Hoping thereís no damages and if so itís going to be repaired prior hopeful purchase. Going to see it tomorrow

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