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Peugeot 106 XND 1.5 diesel R 98 for sale best/cheapest way to sell it?

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
I have a Peugeot 106 XND 1.5 Diesel R reg 1998 to sell
It's done 131000 miles 4 months MOT 11 months Tax 54 MPG
It has a bad dent on the bonnett ( there when I bought it 18 months ago!! )
Any ideas as to where's best to sell it?
Thanks in advance......
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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How much money would you like to get for it? Do you have a set figure in mind, or just after whatever someone will offer?

Might be best to go down the car auction route if you're not fussed....you never know, you might be pleasantly surprised and get more than you imagined for it.

If not, try in your local paper, or on eBay (heaven forbid)....I've sold a few cars on there (of all shapes and sizes) and they've all done quite well.
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Advertise on [url]www.autotrader.co.uk[/url]

You are legally bound to point out the dent on the bonnet, else the potential buyer could sue you and keep the car. Regardless of whether you did it or not. The price will need to reflect this too.

Have you looked into getting a replacement bonnet, the price you pay would easily be recovered from the sale.

This place is fantastic, and they deliver too http://www.doncastermotorspares.co.uk/wwwdms.htm
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midlandscomics
How much money would you like to get for it? Do you have a set figure in mind, or just after whatever someone will offer?

Might be best to go down the car auction route if you're not fussed....you never know, you might be pleasantly surprised and get more than you imagined for it.

If not, try in your local paper, or on eBay (heaven forbid)....I've sold a few cars on there (of all shapes and sizes) and they've all done quite well.

I am looking for £550 for it, which is way way less it would be worth if it had a
new bonnett ( about £90 ). I have had a sign in the car for about a week and a
coupe of people have viewed it but offered silly money.
Just wanting to sell it quickly cheap really........
#4
Foosball Chum
Advertise on [url]www.autotrader.co.uk[/url]

You are legally bound to point out the dent on the bonnet, else the potential buyer could sue you and keep the car. Regardless of whether you did it or not. The price will need to reflect this too.

Have you looked into getting a replacement bonnet, the price you pay would easily be recovered from the sale.

This place is fantastic, and they deliver too http://www.doncastermotorspares.co.uk/wwwdms.htm

I had thought about sorting the bonnet out but never got around to it.
I have purchsed a replacement car now so just wanted it gone......
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Advertsie it on PistonHeads as its free!! :thumbsup:
#6
Naeem786
Advertsie it on PistonHeads as its free!! :thumbsup:


Yep definatly advertise on PistonHeads before you start forking out for autotrader or a newspaper.
#7
Thanks for all your ideas people, I have left some rep for you...........

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