Re: Keep it or Leave it?
Couple of questions first, why did you pay to have the suspension arms changed first, and we did they need changing again 1 month later?!! Same for other bits you paid for?
Are you really worried about what might break next or are you just bored and fancy a change? (I know I get bored easily and change my cars often!!)
The sensible answer I think is to keep it, but you probably already know that!! It's got new suspension, engine block, gearbox and clutch, so aslong as the brakes are ok and the body isn't about to fall off then that's most major parts that have been changed. Is your warranty about to run out? If it is and you are worried, buy another warranty, must be cheaper than changing the car.
Sorry I have no idea what it is worth but what is your alternative if selling it only pays off half your loan?
Good luck with the decision!!