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How much should we pay for a 2008 Peugot 407 SW with 138,000km on the clock, apparently in good condition?
Filed under used car values - Asked by Veronica Goodchild (Alaigne, Aude 11240 France) - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 11:37
What price should I ask for my Volkswagen Golf 1.6 diesel automatic, with 100,000 miles on the clock?
Filed under used car values - Asked by Pat Durkin (Longford ) - Tue, 05 Nov 2019 18:15
How much is my 2009 Ford Focus 1.8 Ghia with 130,000km on the clock worth?
Filed under used car values - Asked by Declan Wrenn - Wed, 24 Jul 2019 16:20
I have a 2011 Saab 9-3 Vector Sport with 56k miles, 1.9 TTDi. I need to sell it as we only need one car in the family now and the Saab is only being used at the weekend. There are a few Irish websites offering to buy cars for cash. Do you know if they are any good? Should I expect a trade in price or less?
Any advice much appreciated.
Filed under used car values - Asked by Rory Donoghue (Dublin 12) - Thu, 30 Aug 2018 20:20
How much is my 2004 Toyota Avensis worth with 90,000 miles on the clock?
Filed under used car values - Asked by Elaine Carwood (Dublin) - Sat, 29 Dec 2012 11:18
What is the price range of a good Nissan Skyline GT-R? And what are the things I should look for?
Filed under used car values - Asked by Ramon Kaspers (Cork) - Wed, 02 Jan 2013 14:42
I have a Toyota Avensis that I want to sell for export. It's year 2000 with 180,000 miles on the clock. The car is still running but the head gasket is not far from going (have to fill coolant up regularly). Do you know who might buy car from me and how much I'd get?
Filed under used car values - Asked by Ken Hayes (Cashel) - Fri, 11 Jan 2013 20:15
I wonder if you could explain something I don't really understand about the Irish car buying market, even though I have a big interest in cars and the industry. Why is it that Irish car buyers hardly ever seem to get the sort of discounts that buyers in Britain do? I'm not just referring to the fact that overall new and used prices are cheaper there.
I wanted to buy a new or nearly new Peugeot 508 here recently and thought I would get a reasonable discount, which I pushed for, as that model does not sell as well as many of it's rivals and I thought the Peugeot dealer would be delighted to sell a saloon seeing as the market for them is declining so much and so many people now want SUVs instead. Alas, I could not get any sort of decent discount for a new or nearly new 508. It is well known that in Britain the buyer often gets a sizeable discount for car types or models that lag behind many rivals in sales, or for certain brands such as Vauxhall/Opel and Citroen. From what I observe and hear, you don't get decent discounts either for certain makes and models here in Ireland.
Higher VRT and other taxes here, don't explain these differences alone. I thought with Brexit and the vast increase in used and nearly new imports that Irish dealers would be more price competitive, but I'm surprised also that the prices of good fresh second hand cars here haven't come down more in this backdrop. For some good reasons, I'd prefer to buy here than from abroad, but it just seems that Irish car buyers can't catch the breaks that UK buyers get at all! Do you agree with me or can you kindly explain these differences in both markets?
Filed under used car values - Asked by JC Holohan (Waterford) - Wed, 20 Jun 2018 08:04
I am trying to find the original market value of a 2009 Land Rover Discovery 3 Commercial. Can you assist please
Filed under used car values - Asked by Gearoid Flannery (Cork) - Fri, 11 May 2018 14:01
I would like to ask what was the average price for an 1998 Opel Astra hatchback in 2011? I need an answer to prove I sold it at a good price (the buyer paid €600).
Filed under used car values - Asked by Klaudyna Biesaga (Cavan) - Thu, 17 Jan 2013 11:58