Secondhand value - jammods
When trying to put a value on used cars, where does one start?

Having tried Parkers, and What Car there is a massive difference between the two, which tends to be more realistic?

Of course there is Glasses guide but I always assumed that was a traders pricing tool.

As always any thoughts/advice appreciated.

Regards

Steve
Secondhand value - king arthur
Your car is worth what someone will pay for it. To find out what someone is likely to pay for it, see what others are selling similar cars for by looking in Autotrader in your area. If prices seem to be fairly consistent for a particular model, that's the going rate. If prices seem to vary widely, it means people are having trouble shifting them, and only the cheapest ones are selling.
 

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