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#1 Dragonfly

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Posted 01 May 2008 - 08:35 PM

Found by Black Rat, a useful guide to value your car.

Vauxhall Motors click on value your car.

Click on the owners tab on the front page & then on value my car

Disclaimer

All valuations given are based on a single transaction with a bona fide motor dealer involving the sale of the consumer's car in part exchange for the purchase of a different car from the same dealer.
Values are not cash values, replacement prices, private sales values or insurance settlements and therefore must not be used for any other valuation purposes whatsoever.

Vehicle prices are affected by many different factors such as regional variations, sales promotions, as well as a dealer's perceived view of the condition of a vehicle. The amount quoted should not be relied upon solely, and should be treated as a guide only.

Glass's has exercised all reasonable care and skill in providing you with your valuation, using information obtained in good faith from sources unconnected to Glass's. Glass's does not accept responsibility for errors, omissions, liability or loss suffered as a result of the use of the valuation by any user or any other party. In the event that this exclusion is found to be unlawful, Glass's maximum liability shall not exceed £5000.

Excellent Condition:

Ready for retail sale; mechanically perfect, paintwork unblemished for a vehicle under two years old, but may have slight stone damage on a vehicle over two years old or with high mileage. Interior should be immaculate. A full service history must be provided. All equipment fitted should be fully operational. Tyres should be new or nearly new, wheels and trims clean and undamaged. If appropriate, the MOT Certificate must be for a minimum of nine months.

Average Condition:

Some wear and tear to mechanical parts may be expected. Some minor repair might be required to the paintwork, although there should be no serious damage requiring replacement bodywork. The car will be of generally tidy appearance inside and out but some expenditure may be required for retail sale. A full service history should be provided. All equipment fitted should be fully operational. Tyres should not be more than half worn. Wheels and trims should be in good condition. If appropriate, the MOT Certificate must be for a minimum of six months.

Below Average Condition:

Requires mechanical repair or some repair to bodywork. The interior may be worn and seats may have marks. Some corrosion, damage or poorly repaired paintwork may need attention. The car may not have a full service history and would not be offered for retail sale without significant expenditure. Major items of equipment such as radios should be operational. Tyres should be legal with an even tread depth across the tyre. Wheels and trims may show evidence of some scuff marks. If appropriate, the MOT Certificate must be for a minimum of three months.

Edited by Black Rat, 10 April 2009 - 08:37 AM.
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#2 petrolhead

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Posted 16 December 2011 - 10:03 PM

Found by Black Rat, a useful guide to value your car.

Vauxhall Motors click on value your car.

Click on the owners tab on the front page & then on value my car

Disclaimer

All valuations given are based on a single transaction with a bona fide motor dealer involving the sale of the consumer's car in part exchange for the purchase of a different car from the same dealer.
Values are not cash values, replacement prices, private sales values or insurance settlements and therefore must not be used for any other valuation purposes whatsoever.

Vehicle prices are affected by many different factors such as regional variations, sales promotions, as well as a dealer's perceived view of the condition of a vehicle. The amount quoted should not be relied upon solely, and should be treated as a guide only.

Glass's has exercised all reasonable care and skill in providing you with your valuation, using information obtained in good faith from sources unconnected to Glass's. Glass's does not accept responsibility for errors, omissions, liability or loss suffered as a result of the use of the valuation by any user or any other party. In the event that this exclusion is found to be unlawful, Glass's maximum liability shall not exceed £5000.

Excellent Condition:

Ready for retail sale; mechanically perfect, paintwork unblemished for a vehicle under two years old, but may have slight stone damage on a vehicle over two years old or with high mileage. Interior should be immaculate. A full service history must be provided. All equipment fitted should be fully operational. Tyres should be new or nearly new, wheels and trims clean and undamaged. If appropriate, the MOT Certificate must be for a minimum of nine months.

Average Condition:

Some wear and tear to mechanical parts may be expected. Some minor repair might be required to the paintwork, although there should be no serious damage requiring replacement bodywork. The car will be of generally tidy appearance inside and out but some expenditure may be required for retail sale. A full service history should be provided. All equipment fitted should be fully operational. Tyres should not be more than half worn. Wheels and trims should be in good condition. If appropriate, the MOT Certificate must be for a minimum of six months.

Below Average Condition:

Requires mechanical repair or some repair to bodywork. The interior may be worn and seats may have marks. Some corrosion, damage or poorly repaired paintwork may need attention. The car may not have a full service history and would not be offered for retail sale without significant expenditure. Major items of equipment such as radios should be operational. Tyres should be legal with an even tread depth across the tyre. Wheels and trims may show evidence of some scuff marks. If appropriate, the MOT Certificate must be for a minimum of three months.


http://www.networkq....value-your-car/

#3 kenworthy

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 06:37 PM

The original link is no longer valid. This is the current page address to value your car.

http://www.vauxhall....lue-my-car.html




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