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    rainbow road is offline look at the stars, look how they shine for you
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    I think selling is pretty easy. I bought mine off carsales, took 3 days from whoa to go.

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    I'd sell it privately.
    In saying that though, I got 1k for my 1994 Hyundai excel, which is way more than I could have sold it for privately, but they took it for parts more than anything

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    You are better off selling your car privately otherwise you lose heaps. I traded my 2 yr old barina in for $10k. The dealership sold it for $14990.

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    I think it depends on the work your car needs too. We wouldve had to get timing belt, roadworthy, new tires and more rego plus detail to get a half decent price for it. And we trade my elantra at the same time which needed 2k spent on it to make it good enough to sell so it evened out really well for us. I only lost 2k on hundi and about 3k on the nissan with no hassle and it was instant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chameleon View Post
    Ouch
    Oh yeah it stung! If we weren't going through finance we would have sold it privately, but thems the breaks!

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    I think it depends how much you push and haggle too. When I traded my car they were going to give me 15k for it... I hard haggled and was prepared to walk away and all that Jaz and got then up to 18.5k.... They only ended up selling it for 19k too.....


 

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