We know about the mileage, she did 19000 miles in exactly 2 years in the A4 so she declared 12000 a year so she should be well covered. Excess mileage is 8p a mile. We know about keeping it looked after, which she does do, but a 4 year old and 6 week old baby could wreck it in the next 3 years, and I did not know about the servicing, but I have looked at the agreement and it is to be serviced to the manufacturers schedule at any VAT registered garage. She has 2 years warranty with the same servicing conditions, so hopefully I wont have to touch it for service or repairs. I was the one who said take on a two to three year old car and pay it over 3 years, tyr a pcp if she loves the car and it has been good she can keep it, or just chop it in after the 3 years and do it again. Its just on 160 a month, she will save 17 a month tax as the new one is 20 yearly, and working on her mileage she should save 30 ish on fuel, as well as any breakdowns. So it seems a good idea for her, she wants safety and reliability, the old a4 not really providing that now and the Leon should provide that and only really cost her 110 or so a month. She is happy so I am too.