Originally Posted by CT17
I'd rather have the 10 plate with less miles. £2000 is not a lot in GT-R terms and you get more warranty. Plus it'll be worth extra when you come to sell.
No there is not a major difference, but I like the USB and sat-nav. Which most 59 plate cars seem to also have. Extra period of warranty time is nice though.
On a good day you could haggle the 10 plate down to £40/41k anyway.
I hear what you're saying, but if i have to service the car, get new tyres and also tax the car then it would become an expensive 10 plate.