Toyota HiLux 2000 Problems

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How are used cars priced?

Answered by CarsGuide 9 May 2016

Market values are a guide only, and they sold used that way. The value of a car comes down to condition, kilometres travelled, service history, and accessories and options fitted. Start with the guiding values given on websites like Redbook and Glass's and go from there. It's usually better to deal privately because a private vendor doesn't have an expensive car yard to pay for, doesn't have to offer you a warranty, and isn't under as much pressure to achieve a price that would represent a profit. A dealer has all of those things to consider when setting his prices. There isn't a rule of thumb when it comes to negotiating, it's best to go in with a figure you're prepared to pay for a particular car and try and negotiate with the dealer to get it.

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