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38 ads Used Cars for Sale in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

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8 SERVICES + CAM BELT
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8 SERVICES + CAM BELT
200975,000 milesTradePetrol1,242 cc
Abergavenny, Monmouthshire
£2,450
3 hours ago

Which transmission options are available on cars in Abergavenny?

The most common transmission option available on a car in Abergavenny currently listed on Gumtree is manual. The average price for a manual car in Abergavenny is £8,158, while for an automatic, you can expect an average cost of around £17,166.

What is the average mileage on cars in Abergavenny?

On Gumtree, cars in Abergavenny have an average of 61,229 miles on the clock. To give you a guide on pricing, you can expect to pay around £10,904 for an average car in Abergavenny on our site.

What are the most listed diesel cars in Abergavenny in August 2022?

The top three listed diesel cars in Abergavenny, based on those which currently have the most for-sale postings on Gumtree, are the Transporter, A3 and Range Rover. You'll find that the average price of a diesel car in Abergavenny in the UK is £13,557.

What's the average price of a car in Abergavenny with 60,000 miles or less?

On Gumtree, the average price of a car in Abergavenny with up to 60,000 miles on the clock is £12,597. Most models in Abergavenny with this range of mileage are from 2016.

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