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Old 12-03-14, 09:56 AM   #1
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Ok, thinking about selling the 407.

56 reg, 2.0 HDI SE, 113k miles, full service history, 11 months MOT, 2 months tax, 3 new tyres last months (spare on as other tyre which is like new). Excellent condition. Part leather seats, climate control, electric folding mirrors, electric seats etc. Excellent condition.

Faults:
* Boot leaks water and can't seem to stop it.
* Rear parking sensors fault (most likely caused by the water leak as controller in the boot)
* Tyre pressure sensor fault, need turning off with planet (replaced valves 2 yrs ago)
* Play in NS ball joint, so will need replacing soon.
* Cam belt will need to be replaced at 118k miles
* Temperature gauge & Oil temperature gauge reading inconsistent.
* Clutch slips in 4th-6th under heavy accelerating. (been doing it for the past 50k miles).

I have had the car for 28 months. Mainly motorway mileage. I have put 61k of those miles on it.

So, what do you think it's worth.

Come on be serious

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Old 12-03-14, 10:36 AM   #2
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Its a nice looking car and if it did not need the work at garage price of £1000 to £1500, It would be worth what £1700 to £2200 so I would say its worth £500 to £1000.

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Good looking car indeed. Shame we can't sell them with tax anymore.
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Old 12-03-14, 10:54 AM   #4
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Its still ok to a car with tax up to October.
( The planned switch from paper tax discs to relying on electronic records in a cost-cutting move to be introduced in October will make it impossible for drivers to transfer remaining periods of car tax to new owners).
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Good looking car indeed. Shame we can't sell them with tax anymore.
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Get parking sensors and TPM switched off and go to auction , £1000-£1500
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Old 13-03-14, 10:23 PM   #6
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Auto trader has better for 1300-1900 ish
My 2l 04 petrol, with non of your faults and 105k is worth 700-800 according to most dealers and around 1300 for similar in auto trader.....
With those faults? £500!
Sad but true....I was shocked at the price mine would get.
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Yeah but the diesel ones are worth considerably more than the petrol ones, and sw's a bit more desirable than saloons.

A diesel saloon in nice nick with those toys (get sensors and tpms turned off in planet first, don't mention in belt unless asked) should see £1500-1800 as a private sale, £800-1100 as a trade in

The faults are relatively minor tbf
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Old 15-03-14, 08:26 AM   #8
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I got £700 in January trade in for my 55plate 407se 2.0 hdi sw which had no real faults tbh Everything worked and no leaks 6 months MOT no Tax as I surrendered it
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You'd get more breaking it, that's if you got the space and time. Something I'll be considering when my 407 is replaced later this year.
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water leak, cam belt, and clutch make it a big investment for a new owner
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