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Do you guys think this is a good deal? Vauxhall Corsa 1.8 SRi First Registered: 2004 17,000 Miles Black Sapphire/Grey # 16" 5 Spoke Alloy Wheels # Air Conditioning # Electric Door Mirro… Read More
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Do you guys think this is a good deal?

Vauxhall Corsa 1.8 SRi

First Registered: 2004
17,000 Miles
Black Sapphire/Grey

# 16" 5 Spoke Alloy Wheels
# Air Conditioning
# Electric Door Mirrors
# ABS
# Compact Disc Player
# Cruise Control
# Central Locking
# Electric Windows
# Metallic Paint
# Power Steering
£5450

Anyone got any alternatives if not?
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
http://www.compucars.co.uk/carpics/Lg889491-01.jpg
1 Like #2
According to Parkers:



Original Price £11,795
Franchised Dealer £5,165
Independent Dealer £4,800
Private Good £4,575
Private Poor £3,175
Part Exchange £3,755

Looks a bit pricey IMHO
1 Like #4
Accoring to Parkers.co.uk.....

Vauxhall Corsa Hatchback (03-06)
1. 1.8 16V SRi 3d
2. 2004/04
3. Average mileage: 50,000 miles
4. Adjust for mileage and options

Original Price £11,795
Franchised Dealer £5,165
Independent Dealer £4,800
Private Good £4,575
Private Poor £3,175
Part Exchange £3,755
#5
not mileage adjusted bear in mind, its immaculate inside and out.

still a bit pricey?
#6
leecher
not mileage adjusted bear in mind, its immaculate inside and out.

still a bit pricey?


Reckon you've definitely got some room for negotiation :thumbsup:
#7
Tillboy
Reckon you've definitely got some room for negotiation :thumbsup:


im crap at negotiation in person though :( im gutsy on the phone, put me infront of a salesman and im like :?
#8
anyone got access to parkers to make adjusted valuations? that way i can walk in there with a price on paper i should aim at.
#9
I'd start at 4800, it's worth a bit more because of mileage but not a huge amount more. To be honest the salesman will know full well what Parkers price is so it will be no surprise.
#10
leecher
im crap at negotiation in person though :( im gutsy on the phone, put me infront of a salesman and im like :?


Give 'em a call then :thumbsup:
#11
Tillboy
I'd start at 4800, it's worth a bit more because of mileage but not a huge amount more. To be honest the salesman will know full well what Parkers price is so it will be no surprise.


Tillboy
Give 'em a call then :thumbsup:


Cheers Tillboy, thanks a lot for the help. repped.
#12
leecher
Cheers Tillboy, thanks a lot for the help. repped.


No worries, make sure you get some warranty and a set of mats throw in :thumbsup:

Though may be cheaper to arrange your own warranty - http://www.warrantydirect.co.uk/
#13
Don't forget to take Insurance & Tax costs into account.
The car requires a new cambelt at 40,000 miles so shouldn't require an unexpected spend - haven't seen a time equivalent e.g. 40,000 miles or 2 years.
banned#14
Price seems reasonable mileage adjusted.

Are you part exchanging? If not you will be able to negotiate a better deal - you should start under £5000 but be prepared to pay around £5k

Bear in mind this car with such a low mileage will be very rare - so the garage will be mindful ot hold out for a decent price, knowing that they will not replace it easily.

If you are part exchanging, concentrate solely on the price to change - ie the balance due. The price of their car and your PX value are irrelevant in this case as long as you can get the price to change as low as possible.
#15
Thanks everyone for your advice.

Im off to look at it now :)

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