How much should I be paying for a used Citroen Nemo?

I am thinking of buying a Citroen Nemo 59 plate with 147,000 miles on the clock. It has had a new timing belt and water pump fitted and has part service history. The garage will also service the van should I decide to buy and give a three month warranty. It's priced at £2200. Is a mileage of 147,000 too much? It will only cover about 3000 miles a year as it will be primarily a dog carrier and is £2200 too much to pay?

Asked on 13 August 2018 by Mike Taylor

Answered by Dan Powell
It's an average price for a high mileage Nemo van, but I'm unimpressed with the dealer's offer of a three month warranty. Legally a dealer is responsible for any faults that develop within the first six months of ownership. That means means they should provide a six month warranty as standard. With that in mind, I'd be more than a little worried how they would react if you had any problems with the van.
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