How do I calculate resale value on a car with extras?

How should I calculate what price to ask for my car in regards to the optional extras (heated seats, sunroof etc)?

Asked on 7 January 2021 by Fiona mcphail

Answered by Andrew Brady
The only options which can make a real difference to a car's resale value are things like bigger alloy wheels, a panoramic sunroof and navigation. Most options – like heated seats – might make your car more desirable alongside an equivalent car without them, but it won't be worth a great deal more. Try advertising your car towards the upper end of its value, emphasising the extras, and be prepared to lower the price if it doesn't attract much interest.
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