How Do I Find Out The Price Of My Car?


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Fred Hamill Profile
Fred Hamill answered
Estimating the price of your car these days is much easier than it used to be. Online resources are great at predicting the price of your car. But it should be used only as a guide.

One way is to take your car to your local car salesman and ask whether they can do valuations. Depending on the age and condition of your car you may be able to get a part exchange on a new car. There are many finance options available these days if you can't afford to pay out all at once.

Valuations take into account various information already obtainable from your car such as: Make, age, mileage, damage, previous owners, remaining MOT and servicing history.If you own an old car you can advertise it on the net, in the local paper or simply by putting a 'For Sale' sign in the car window.
Akshay Kalbag Profile
Akshay Kalbag answered
There are basically four ways on the Internet by which you can find out how much your car is worth. Parker's Online Price Guide offers a free basic valuation of your car. However, you could also have a conditional adjusted valuation for 2.99 pounds sterling, which is valid for a period of one day.

Glass's Online Price Guide offers a conditional adjusted valuation for approximately 2.95 pounds sterling. This publication is well-known and is one of the oldest price guides in the motor trade. The Autotrader Guide is a publication which offers a free valuation of your vehicle. It is backed by WhatCar, but it does not give a complete listing of all models and years. The fourth way is to do some research for yourself and find out how to get the best valuation.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I have a 52 plate scenic Fuji can I find out the price
Phineous J. Whoopee Profile

What kind of car is it?

Clement Goh Profile
Clement Goh answered

You can go to this website, which is a free evaluation tool that will give an updated price of the car and its mileage. The website will provide a valuation report that describes the details of the car (colour, registration date, mileage based on its age), retail price of the car; the price if it is sold privately; the price when it is part of a trade-in and lastly the forecourt price if it is bought from a dealer.

thanked the writer.
Anna Holenova
Anna Holenova commented
IMO it is way too hard to evaluate a second hand car on the go, besides that a person should also ask themself if they even need a car cause there are tons of different options to choose from. Personally I usually rent a range rover vogue HSE in case I need to go somewhere, it is much cheaper and convenient if you ask me.
Mason Reynolds Profile
Mason Reynolds answered

The pricing system for cars at traditional dealerships is subject to the haggle process between the seller and the buyer. For example, it is often hard to separate the value for a trade in and the price of the replacement car. Another factor that complicates the process is the financing because the price of the car may go up or down based on the interest rate offered. The sophistication level of the customer is also a factor in how some salesmen may share information with the customer.  The ability and the willingness of customers to walk away from the negotiations table is also an important factor. These are the main reasons why it is very difficult to have transparent transaction rate. This is why sources that price cars, such as KBB, report average prices based on what some people paid for their cars. I hope this helps.

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