Free Car trade-in Valuation - Glass's Dealer Trade-in values (with your actual mileage) - HotUKDeals
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May be useful to anyone selling a car... This gets you the Dealer trade-in prices, but not the "private seller" price.

There are other free valuation services, but they all seem to me to quote highly optimistic prices, and a dealer is likely to be using Glass's figures or something very similar.

Go to: http://www.vauxhall.co.uk
Select: Owners -> Value your car


"Glass's part exchange valuations will normally cost you £2.95 for 3 trade-in values and one retail from http://www.glass.co.uk

Vauxhall are paying Glass's for the 3 trade-in valuations on your behalf, to take advantage of this
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#1
voted hot, i was about to go and buy Glass's guide today, rep added
#2
OK find ,although it only gives a trade in price. No use of you are selling privately

http://www.whatcar.co.uk/valuations.aspx

this gives all the values for cars upto 8 years old
#3
Hot Thanks.
#4
[QUOTE=paul.jacobs
http://www.whatcar.co.uk/valuations.aspx
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thanks for this paul :thumbsup:

voted cold as the site originally posted gave me £1195 as par ex value but what car gave me £1925 as part ex, so sorry but have to vote cold
#5
What car doesn't even have my car model listed on it....
#6
zoelou88
voted cold as the site originally posted gave me £1195 as par ex value but what car gave me £1925 as part ex, so sorry but have to vote cold


you're joking, right?

you don't mean that you voted this cold because the site it points to quoted you a lower value for your car? ...you do realise that the sites aren't offering to buy your car off you? ...the one which quotes more may not be correct?

sorry, I'm taking you too seriously. you're joking. you must be.
#7
Very hot and very helpful! Well spotted by the way, that's not easy!
1 Like #8
Damn! I've been using this site for ages, I should have thought about posting it!

Direct link here http://www.networkq.co.uk/nq/buyers/valuecar.do
#9
zoelou88
thanks for this paul :thumbsup:

voted cold as the site originally posted gave me £1195 as par ex value but what car gave me £1925 as part ex, so sorry but have to vote cold


What Car, Parkers etc they're all rubbish just so car dealers can laugh at you when you tell them how much you want for your car. Glass's guide is what every motor trader in the UK uses, it tells no lies.....
#10
Yeah, Vauxhall have been doing this for ages and ages. Still a worthy post though.

If you look on the site you can get live traffic information supplied by traffic master exclusively for vauxhall owners :thumbsup:

All you need to do is sign up and supply any old vauxhall registration number to do it. (Just look out your front windows and use the neighbours!) :whistling:

Very handy for checking the traffic before leaving work on a Friday.
#11
:thumbsup: A good find - thanx
#12
Nice find!

Heat and rep added!
#13
dazzab30
Yeah, Vauxhall have been doing this for ages and ages. Still a worthy post though.

If you look on the site you can get live traffic information supplied by traffic master exclusively for vauxhall owners :thumbsup:

All you need to do is sign up and supply any old vauxhall registration number to do it. (Just look out your front windows and use the neighbours!) :whistling:

Very handy for checking the traffic before leaving work on a Friday.


Sorry, but [url]www.trafficengland.com[/url] is the best traffic website and, like the RAC one, totally free - Traffic England is run by the Highways Agency, so has all of the delays and accidents in real time because they're the ones who have the clear them up...
banned#14
zoelou88
thanks for this paul :thumbsup:

voted cold as the site originally posted gave me £1195 as par ex value but what car gave me £1925 as part ex, so sorry but have to vote cold


What Car valuations are extremely unrealistic. Glass's guide is the only guide a dealer will use. What Car is way too optimistic with its valuations. When I go to trade-in my car I always use the Glass's guide as a starting point for negotiation. The dealer will take you much more seriously if you start with a price he feels is realistic. Once some ground rules have been established you can then try and push as much as you can. Never accept the price the sales executive first offers as this is a '**** taking offer' that many gullible buyers will accept. Until the sales manager gets involved and you are pushing him/her, then you are certainly in danger of getting shafted. Never, ever do a deal on first visit to dealership and don't ever be taken in by any 'today only deals'. These guys/gals are serious professionals at the art of taking money out of your pockets.
#15
it's been like this for years this TRADE in value - if ever you do go in it's always different anyway - won't every one on here haggle?!!

Sorry COLD...
banned#16
packard
it's been like this for years this TRADE in value - if ever you do go in it's always different anyway - won't every one on here haggle?!!

Sorry COLD...


I know of very few folk who actually do some serious haggling. It never ceases to amaze me how gullible some folk are when buying a car. At least getting a free Glass's evaluation is a good pointer for anyone who is considering trading-in their car. Maybe give them a bit of confidence. Bet there are loads of bargain humters on this site who have never haggled when buying a car, it is loads different from searching the net for a bargain. When haggling you have got to make a lot more effort. Anyway, the Vauxhall website has been offering this for ages.
#17
wellfan
What Car valuations are extremely unrealistic. Glass's guide is the only guide a dealer will use. What Car is way too optimistic with its valuations. When I go to trade-in my car I always use the Glass's guide as a starting point for negotiation. The dealer will take you much more seriously if you start with a price he feels is realistic. Once some ground rules have been established you can then try and push as much as you can. Never accept the price the sales executive first offers as this is a '**** taking offer' that many gullible buyers will accept. Until the sales manager gets involved and you are pushing him/her, then you are certainly in danger of getting shafted. Never, ever do a deal on first visit to dealership and don't ever be taken in by any 'today only deals'. These guys/gals are serious professionals at the art of taking money out of your pockets.



I must say that yes if you turn up at my dealership with a parkers or what car price i'll laugh my head off.
But for someone to say "Never, ever do a deal on first visit to dealership and don't ever be taken in by any today only deals". is s~#*t. If the dealer offers people what they class as a good deal why not take it?:?
I spoke to two different lots of customers last week, worked out a deal at THEIR figures and they went home to think about it. they came back next day and the MANUFACTOR had taken away the bounus so i could not do the deal. if they had done it the day before they would have saved £425 each.
banned#18
geordie lee
I must say that yes if you turn up at my dealership with a parkers or what car price i'll laugh my head off.
But for someone to say "Never, ever do a deal on first visit to dealership and don't ever be taken in by any today only deals". is s~#*t. If the dealer offers people what they class as a good deal why not take it?:?
I spoke to two different lots of customers last week, worked out a deal at THEIR figures and they went home to think about it. they came back next day and the MANUFACTOR had taken away the bounus so i could not do the deal. if they had done it the day before they would have saved £425 each.


Sorry, but I still stand by my comments. Your point about the prospective customers and their figures intrigues me. What figures were they talking about, the usual monthly payments 'bull' or the exact cost of the car? Don't take this personally as it is part of the job of being in car sales. However, I very much am aware of the tactics used by sales managers to get custom and it really does leave a bad taste. Happened to me just before Xmas at a very large dealership group I have bought loads of cars from. Broke my rule and signed for the deal before I knew I should have. They tried it on and suckered me into a deal and took my deposit . Realised later when I checked their website that they had charged me more for the new car than they were advertising it on their website. I had to take it all the to the owner of the group to get my deposit back. They have now lost a very good customer.
#19
Voted Hot.... The fact is that there are various places where you can value your car online, but only a few are anywhere near realistic & this is a way to access one of these for free - that is the idea of this site is it not? Even Parkers will only give you a price based on average mileage, unless you pay for a custom one.

I've bought quite a few cars over the years and have found it quite accurate. Some dealers have even pulled their copies from their drawers when I mention the price I found. Biggest mistake some make though is not separating the trade-in value from the Exchange Value.... Dealers will tell you they are giving you £xxx for your car but really they are giving you less for your car & taking something off the new car. You should always expect something off the top of the new car and then get a trade-in value close to the Glasses value.

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