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VE GTS value increase?

Asked by John Carlon

Would a 2008 VE GTS 40th anniversary model, of which only 100 were made, be likely to increase in value in years to come, or would it decline? The car is in great condition, has full service history, is in original condition with a 6.2-litre motor, and it’s always garaged.

Answered by CarsGuide

18 Dec 2015 Graham Smith

I don’t believe it will increase in value in the short to medium term, in fact it will probably drop in value, but because of its relative rarity it could increase in value over the long term. If you plan to keep it in the hope it does I would use it sparingly, service it regularly, and keep it covered even when garaged.

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