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Why should I value my car?

Why should I value my car?

We all like to know where we stand when it comes to negotiating a sale price for our cars. You might want to know how much it’s worth before you sell it privately, or to check how much you could get for it when you part exchange your old car with a dealer so that you can make sure you’re getting a good deal.

How does part exchanging work?

How does part exchanging work?

Part exchange, or ‘part ex’ is when you sell your car to the dealer and pay the difference for your new car. You might want to consider part exchange if you own your car outright and you want to upgrade it for a more expensive or newer car. It can be helpful to value your car online before you go to the dealership so you have a figure in mind when you negotiate the part exchange value.

You’ve given me a valuation which is lower than the price I’ve seen dealers selling a car like mine for - why is that?

You’ve given me a valuation which is lower than the price I’ve seen dealers selling a car like mine for - why is that?

Dealers have to make sure your car is ready for it’s next owner - from valeting to fully refurbing it. They also need to make a small profit. The valuation we give is what you can expect to receive for your car, rather than what the dealer might sell it for.

Why is my valuation a range?

Why is my valuation a range?

Lots of different factors determine a car’s valuation. The biggest factors being age, mileage and condition. This means that two cars which are exactly the same on paper can have different values because of their condition. Because we don’t know whether your car is in immaculate condition or whether it’s got more wear and tear, we give you an idea of the top and bottom end of how much your car is worth.