Ci Granduca 255P

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  1. john-A

    john-A Read Only Funster

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    Hi and a Merry Christsmas and Happy motoring New Year to all you funters:BigGrin:
    I have a question for you what are your thoughts about the Ci Granduca 255P.
    I saw one for sale its 2003 very low milage and only asking 22500 for it
    Thanks for your time.
     
  2. hilldweller

    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    Looks nice enough. You need to see it in the flesh.

    I'd bid a bit lower though. It is 2003.
     
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    savantuk Read Only Funster

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    I agree with Brian. The price is a tad high, but if it's in good order, low mileage, and it's what you want, then it's worth what is asked.

    Good luck, and good hunting.
     
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    I agree with both above, but price isn't always the most important criteria, if it suits you and you don't think this is too high and seems worth it to you, then go for it.
    You don't see what you want every day, sometimes you have to pay what you think is over the odds. Pre used vans are becoming dearer as people don't want new with there attendant troubles.


    Best of luck

    Dave :thumb::thumb:
     
  5. stagman

    stagman Deleted User

    I think the price is about right , of course it does depend on the milage and condition . The Granduca stands for Grand Hotel I think .It was their top of the range their flagship so is pretty well built .Also with a tidy sized oven which you don't always get on a foreign built van .It also has good quality cuboards with loads of storage something some of the cheaper British vans could learn from . Have seen these at the dealer,s with around 20k on the clock and in very good nick fetching around £25,000:thumb:
     
  6. john-A

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    Thanks stagman, this one as only 14000 I thought it to good to be true, with me if somthing is too good to be true then it normally turns out that way.:Doh:
    I try to be a man with a cup half full not one with a cup half empty but when life keeps proving you wrong its hard to keep thinking that way.
    But everthe optimist:thumb:
     
  7. stagman

    stagman Deleted User

    It sounds ok , best of luck if you go for it. Just make sure you do the usuall checks before buying:thumb:
     
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