Hi all, Last week had my first ever bump on Friday and whilst it wasn't big, insurers think: "Based on our information it appears your vehicle is beyond economical repair and therefore we will appoint Copart to uplift the vehicle for a physical inspection to take place first. If at this point it is deemed repairable, we will contact you to book into a garage otherwise the engineer will discuss the value of your vehicle. " As it turns out I don't get a courtesy car whilst they decide, and only will if it is deemed repairable. Car still drives fine (as far as I can tell) and so I've managed to delay the collection to Friday (was meant to be collected today) to give me a bit of breathing room but yeah, need to get looking at a replacement sharpish it seems... Current car is a Nissan Pulsar, petrol, 2014, 80k miles. Couple of niggles but overall like the car, on my insurance documents it says the value is £5380, so I guess looking at replacements in the 5-6k range, although it seems like that'll get me a worse car so maybe I'll get more for mine not sure. Had hoped next car would be electric but we hadn't planned on changing quite yet so looking for recommendations. At the moment doing 85ishmiles a day (4x20ish) commuting until my wife passes her test at which point it'll halve. The commuting is mostly b roads, once every week or two drive 150 miles round trip to the office, mostly motorway. Other than that mostly driving around town etc. Couple of longer trips a year probably (Glasgow to Essex and back). Want heated seats and cruise control, this car has some sensors, rear camera but they wouldn't be missed that much I don't think. Any recommendations? Haven't looked at lease/pcp/whatever else options so not sure if they'd be worth considering vs outright buying.