The Best Estate Cars for £10k

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  1. I’ve been looking to replace my 2010 Volvo XC70 for about 3 years. Every time I seriously consider something newer I just can’t imagine getting rid of it. It’s the 2.4 D and is an absolute tank. Driving around the Peak District it’s just in it’s element. As long as it’s financially viable, I think I’ll just keep it.

    1. @forresg500 7 Litres, gearbox oil? Like, well over a gallon – must be some gearbox 🤣

    2. @High Peak Autos Have you ever reviewed an Alfa? I used to have a GT and interested in the Giula

    3. @bartoni79 there is no such thing as sealed for life . Most of hear boxes need oil servicing same for bmw 8 speed auto or Volvo Auto gear boxes which are Aisin gearboxes that are used on Toyotas ( and they do require a oil change there ) sealed for life means as long as if has warranty . After that they don’t care

  2. I would have included the (admittedly rare) Honda Accord Tourer here. There is the option of the 2.2 CTDi diesel – which most had – but personally I would have the 2.4 I-VTEC (K24) petrol. They are very well built, and the petrol engines are bombproof if maintained. Handsome looks too IMO. If I was buying an estate I would have one.

  3. Great timing Matt! I’m on the lookout for a decent family wagon to compliment our C40. Great channel, stumbled across you a few weeks ago whilst looking for Evoque reviews and always lookout for you videos, keep up the good work!

  4. Glad you came back to Škoda. SuperB is just like a limousine for everyone. And oh my godness the practicality.

  5. Thanks for running through all different estate cars providing really valuable information for the average buyers.
    It does help for sure 👍

    1. @Gavin De Salis thanks for the tip chum, I’m a huge Mazda6 fan actually! I’ve just found that their petrol autos only come into play with much newer models than I’ve got the money for (from memory). Though if I did go for a manual (still tempted!) then it’d be a much more involving drive!

    2. @High Peak Autos I’m so glad you do them! At the end of the day they provide mega value and really help a huge number of people (who’ll become more loyal subscribers) than reaching a higher audience interested in the odd high ticket item car.

      I’m in the market myself and deliberating between Volvo estates etc at the mo but it was great to see what other forgotten gems there are.

      Love the channel, keep it up as always!

    3. @High Peak Autos You’re a professional but most of us are just an average car lovers :).
      Very soon ill back in UK so I need to puck up some good estate car and this video does help me and remind me what to look for and how to choose a good reliable car :).
      It wasn’t boring for me!
      I did enjoy it for sure.

    4. Thanks. I always worry these kinds of videos are a bit boring but they’re always popular

  6. Love when the gods of depreciation gift us a German estate. Had a 2007 A6 Avant, low mileage with the 3.0 diesel le mans trim, and for anything of a similar value it’s really hard to beat that combination of performance/economy. Could be tempted by the XF sportbreak though. Love the channel 🙂

  7. I’ve always been a Honda man but I really like the A6. I was also looking at Jaguar XE’s earlier for £10k or less and there’s some decent bargains around with diesel engines these days.

  8. I’m gutted. You did a great review of the Peugeot 508 RXH estate a while back. I bought one after watching your video. I’m typing this from just outside Alicante as we drove down via the tunnel last week. Fantastic run, smooth and quiet. Filled up on the Welsh border, got to Bordeaux, filled up again and got to Alicante with 90 miles left in the tank. 1400 miles on two tanks. Cavernous storage, more toys than Hamleys, and the gearbox is fine once you get used to it. They are hard to find, but under 10k will get you a good one.

    1. @High Peak Autos Matt, I have the 308 GT Line SW with the 150bhp 2.0ltr diesel and it goes very well with 60mpg plus on the m/way and a big boot. If you can find the GT model with the 180bhp engine that’s the same as the Focus ST diesel so super quick!! Surprisingly these 2014 on models are well screwed together and comfortable and I should know as I ran Volvo’s till Ford cheapened them.

  9. I am now on my second Skoda Octavia. My first one (2015) was driven into on my drivers side, the day we learnt we were going into lockdown!! Built like a tank, hence why I bought another one (2017)! I would probably go with newer shape or a Superb! As I have said previously, look past the badge, because you get a lot of bang for your buck! Great reviews Matt!! Keep up the good work!

    1. My mum had a collision with a tractyin her superb, it snapped the axel on the tractor

  10. I think the secret to Matt’s channel is whenever he’s talking to us it’s like I’m sitting down with a knowledgeable friend giving me his advice.
    It feels cosy and comforting 😉

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