Hello all, Broke down today 1 month after the full service the cambelt has gone and ive been quoted nearly £1400 for a replacement (i have checked and this is the best around). Trouble is, the car is a 6 year old Renault Scenic with nearly 90,000 on the clock . It has just had a full service (by the same garage) and when i told them this, they say, yes it was on the list that you could get it replaced, but i didnt ask for it, so it wasnt replaced .... my fault !!! So seeing the current climate and the fact that cars are getting quite a bit cheaper, is it worth me ditching the Scenic (as technically with a £1400 bill its a write-off) and put the £1400 on a deposit for a second hand car with warranty (probably only afford up to about £6-7K) or get the scenic fixed ? Im stuck at what to do or what will make sense in the long run. I know that the car will die in a few years and probably end up costing me more, so do i get a car that will be fixed at no cost under warranty, but have to spend out on monthly repayments ?? Decision decisions.