Nissan Juke - does this sound like a good deal to you?

I got a deal for Nissan juke 1.6DIG-T Tekna CVT AWD (18000 miles, 2010 registration, £13500) in exchange for my Juke (2010, Acenta CVT, 32500 miles, valued as £8275) from a Nissan dealer. Do you think this is reasonable..?

Asked on 19 January 2014 by jovacastle

Answered by Honest John
The DIG-T isn't booked. £13,500 looks like a lot to me for a car that cost less than £20k new and is now 4 years old. Your Acenta trade books at what you are being offered.
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