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Discovering holes in my Skoda Yeti… and in my £729 Mapfre warranty

Published on Sunday 19th of March 2017 06:59:01 AM in Guardian

I bought a 2010 Skoda Yeti 4x4, with 31,680 miles on the clock, for £12,000 in March 2014. It came with a three-year warranty from Available Cars in Castle Donington costing £729, which was provided by Mapfre Abraxas.In early January I noticed an oil patch on ...

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