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What's my car worth at trade in?

Evil Derboy

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If you don't know about this already, it may prove useful:

https://www.capconnect.co.uk/ConsumerVa ... x?CH=PWRTZ

Capconnect is a paid for service but they have some sort of deal with Ford that let's potential Ford customers get a valuation through the Ford website FOR ANY CAR. If you click on the link above you can get an accurate trade in price for free.
 

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The extent of the spread of price within each of clean (£10,450 to £11,150 in my case), average and below categories surprised me. I guess that's to allow the dealer some flexibility in his negotiations. The valuation was a bit lower than I had hoped for but that's life!
 
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Sweet FA in Australia.

2010 1.6l petrol turbo manual 113,000kms = $12k offer when trying to trade on a new Mazda CX-3 Akari
 

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£11450 - £12200 hmmm....... Mines going nowhere. :eusa-think:

It wasn't anyway, whatever they offered :thumbup:
 

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I've just traded mine in.

2010 HDi 2.0 163 Sport with sat nav and 62k miles and got £6200 for it!

Lost about 3k a year on it, not great really but love the car so what the heck! Thank the government for their differing stance on diesel's
 

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Just one more excuse for dealers to offer less. I bet you anything they don't offer more for petrol engined cars now :eusa-think:
 

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DKZ5745 said:
Just one more excuse for dealers to offer less. I bet you anything they don't offer more for petrol engined cars now :eusa-think:

Probably not as I've swapped for a petrol 200bhp version, wow drives completely different from the diesel!
 

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I've never driven the diesel, but by all accounts it's a pretty stunning drive, but I have to say, I still get butterflies in my stomach whenever I get the chance to really open mine up :auto-car: :law-policered:
 

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Btw, the above link is giving me a current valuation of £9325 - £9950.

Mine is still going nowhere :eusa-whistle:
 

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Trade In Clean £12,650 - £13,500

thats for a R with 5000 miles on, yeah right

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It's a Ford company why do you think they offer low prices!

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Well it's all about the year and the milage. If seller is trading it in or selling privately.
But mine is a keeper...
Drive safe and stay lucky 🍀
Les n Co
 
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