That car is a pretty good deal imho, because in 2016 the Audi A7 50 TFSI sold for 920k at the dealer.
I am also considering getting a new car right now via Car28. I was unsure before reading this thread if a lot of the mileage displayed on the cars advertised would be doctored. Seems it will be. With this in mind, does anyone have any referrals for a trustworthy mechanic who could have a look over the car before I buy it? I'm considering an older A5 or C class (2011 - 2013) in the $50k-$100k bracket. Had a C class in UK and enjoyed it.
Hamish at HP Cars (Chai Wan and Sai Kung locations)... He'll definitely tell you to buy a Merc over an Audi though, so if your heart's set on an A5 go somewhere else ;-)
Just put my deposit down on a private sale car. I have paid the deposit (5k) and I am in the process of arranging for an insurance cover note. What is the next step after that? - the seller is another expat who has very little idea.
We think we just need to fill out https://www.td.gov.hk/filemanager/co...ble_eng_r1.pdf TD25 and rock up at the Transport Department and exchange money and keys, transfer fee and the forms. Is it that simple or are we missing something.
The car is so cheap I won't bother with a car examination. Car comes with a stack of service records and recent MOT, so I'm not too fussed.