That's what I'm hoping for this Peugeot which has never sold in big numbers before and hopefully becomes a breakout model.Qashqai has been in the top 3 UK sales table since introduction, they're everywhere! I still got over the book price when I sold it.
3008 1.2 GT Line Pearl White
That just confirms my original statement that it all revolves around the book price. The book price is a guide for the trade and prices on individual models can be higher or lower dependent on condition, mileage etc.Qashqai has been in the top 3 UK sales table since introduction, they're everywhere! I still got over the book price when I sold it.
3008 1.2 GT Line Pearl White
I see what you're saying about book price, the point I was trying to make was that despite the numbers produced demand was still there for it.That just confirms my original statement that it all revolves around the book price. The book price is a guide for the trade and prices on individual models can be higher or lower dependent on condition, mileage etc.
Selling to a car dealer will usually mean a lower value than the book price whilst buying from a car dealer will more often than not attract a higher price tag than the book price. As the general public don't have easy access to the Glass's guides or Parkers (webuyanycar are not a good example as their quotes are well below the going rate) they aren't really in a position to know if a price is fair or not beyond comparing it with others cars of similar spec, age & condition. Yes you can get more than the book price but when the used car sale price is set too high, regardless of how popular the car may be, people will walk away if they can get a similar perceived more attractive marque at the same or even lower price.
What any of these sites offer online and what they offer after they inspect your car can be poles apart.Hi I'm a newbie, just wanted to add my experience, I'm selling my qashqai at present and webuyanycar are offering around £500 less than book price, (10 plate n tec model), Evans halshaw have offered more than webuyanycar by about £200,personally I'd prefer to sell to one of these to save the hassle of time wasters etc by selling private, I really do like the 3008 and hope they do hold their value!
500 quid less than book sounds like a good deal though. I know on my car they offered £8000 and book is £11000 for private. I noticed on their site at least for my car they don't let you include most of the options so they are basing their price on base level spec.Yes very true, I sold a previous car to them and the guy did knock me down very slightly due to a couple of scratches, suppose it depends on the salesman really
I did note that after a week WBAC contacted me back again and increased the offer by £300. Quite how my car couldn't have gotten dearer in the space of a week I have no idea. But they obviously are looking for people who are desperate for cash. So worth waiting a week to see if they up it.Yes book price private for mine is coming up at just short of £5500, Evans halshaw have valued it at £ 5100, and they don't charge an admin fee( which is about £60 at webuyanycar I think), could all change when I get there most probably!!!