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Used Car Valuation Calculator in 2020. Self Valuation of Used Car Price

Buying or Selling a Used Car. Know Easiest Way to assess Valuation Price of Used Car Online in India without any Dealer or Broker Assistance

 

Used Car Valuation in 2020

Important factors for both Buyer and Sellers which determines the valuation price of the vehicle.

  • Manufacturing Year of Car: If you are buying a Car which is less than 7 Year Old, then its utmost important to also check on Manufacturing Year of Car through Car RC, as the Valuation Price can vary to extent of 5% by going in with even December Manufactured stock of even a year old car then
  • Physical Condition of Vehicle: Check and Inspect Interiors, Exteriors, Dents, Paint Peel Off, Rusts. Check Door Panels for evenness, Check Bonnet and visually inspect for any damage to body 
  • Drive-ability Condition: Any Noise from Engine, Suspension, Underneath, Cornering, Speed Lag, Glitches in Drive-ability and car value erodes substantially.
  • Car Functions: AC Effectiveness, Power Window Function, Central Lock, Steering, Lights, Indicators, Door Locks etc are Working or not.
  • Service History: Is Car Service History Documented on time. Where is car serviced - Authorized Workshop, any recommendation for replacement of Parts
  • Accidental History: Insurance Claims - check NCB Status, Accidental History of Vehicle, Door Panels, Gaps on Body
  • Mileage: How many Kms Driven. If less than 200 Kms a month then its a concern too
  • Vehicle Model in Production: If vehicle Model is discontinued, then the Spare Parts are slight costlier. Even in case of Maruti or Hyundai - for Esteem or Accent - Spares are slight costlier than the existing similar range. Same for other Manufacturer Models too
  • RC Details: 1st Original Owner or 2nd Owner. Do not miss to tally on ID Proof of Buyer with RC. Also check Bank Hypothecation, tally on Insurance Chassis number and RC Chassis number with Imprint of Car Chassis number

 

Self Valuation of Used Car

Valuation Grid is dependent on Net On road Price, after Discounts of New Car Model (or existing comparable similar Model)

Below Valuation Grid is Updated for Used Car Purchase and Sale in 2020

RTO Offices in Most of Cities are now denying Re-registration of 15 yr Old Cars. Also 10 year Old Diesel Cars are been imposed a ban for Plying in Delhi, NCR Zone 

Petrol Car Valuation Grid - Basis Manufacturing Year

             
Vehicle Model Upto 12,000 Kms 12,000 to 25,000 Kms 25K to 35K Kms 35K to 50K Kms 50K to 60K Kms 60K to 75K Kms 75K to 1 Lac Kms 1 Lac to 1.5 Lac Kms
MY 2019  85% 80%            
MY 2018 80% 75% 70% 65%        
MY 2017 75%  70% 65% 60% - 65% 60%      
MY 2016   65% - 70% 60% - 65% 60% 55 - 60% 50% to 55%    
MY 2015   60% - 65% 60% 55% - 60% 50% - 55% 50%    
MY 2014     55% - 60% 50% - 55% 50% 40 - 45% 33%  
MY 2013     50% 40% - 50% 40% 35% Upto 25%  
MY 2011 - 12     40% - 45% 35% - 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% - 22%
MY 2010       30% - 35% 30% - 35% 25% - 30% 20% - 25% 20%
MY 2009       25% - 30% 25% 20% - 25% 20% 15%
MY 2008       20% 20% - 25% 15% 10% - 15% 10%
MY 2007       15% - 20% 15% - 20% 10% - 12% 10% - 12% 10%
MY 2005 - 2006       10% to 15% 10% to 12% 7% - 10% 5% to 7% 5%
MY 2004 and Before       Scrap Value Scrap Value Scrap Value Scrap Value Scrap Value

Note: Scrap Value is of Rs 15,000 in most of Hatchback, Premium Hatch. While Rs 30,000 to Rs 35,000 for Mid SUV, Mid Sedan and Rs 50,000 for Executive and Luxury Segment

 

How to Get Better Valuation Price

First Impression:  The First and Foremost. First Impression is Last Impression. Get the Car Cleaned from Interiors, Exteriors Washed with Minor Dents removed, Paint touch up, Add on Perfume, Floor Carpets Cleaned. These Small things can help in jacking up Price to as high as 10K – 15K on Hatch and even 20K – 25K on Sedan Cars.

Remember - No Individual would be much inclined to give you the fair price of the car, what so ever - less driven or highly fuel efficient if the body condition, interiors and exteriors are not good.

Tyre Condition: Tyre Condition matters a lot. If replaced tyres less than 20K Kms or less than 2 yrs – have the bill documented. You can jack up the price by Rs 10K

Vehicle Service History: If Entire Service History is documented with all previous Services were Scheduled on time, you can jack up the resale price to reasonable levels of as high as

> 5% over and above the Fair resale value. (4 to 7 yr OId Petrol, 3 to 5 yr Old Diesel)

> 10% over and above the Fair resale Value  (8 to 12 yr Old Petrol, 6 to 8 yr Old Diesel)

Wear & Tear Items : Matters highly especially to Individual Buyers – if Clutch Overhaul,  Brake Pads, AC Servicing, Suspension related Work, Drive Belts, Battery etc were replaced in last 10K – 15K Kms or less than 2 yr whichever earlier – do highlight. Highlight the niggle free work for buyer.

It would help in negotiating the price value with an edge to Seller 

 

Diesel Car Valuation Grid (For Delhi, NCR) 

- Basis Manufacturing Year

           
Vehicle Model Upto 15,000 Kms 15,000 - 30,000 KMs 30K - 50K Kms 50K - 70K Kms 70K - 1 Lac Kms 1 Lac - 1.5 Lac Kms 1.5 Lac + Kms
MY 2019 Car  85% 80% 75% to 80%        
MY 2018 Car  75% - 80% 70% - 75% 70% 65%       
MY 2017 75% 70% 65% 60%  50%     
MY 2015 - 2016   60% 60% 50% 40% 30%  
MY 2014     50%  40% 35% 25% - 30% 20% to 25%
MY 2012 - 2013     40%  30 - 35% 30% 25% Upto 20%
MY 2011     30%  25% 20% - 25% 15% - 20% Upto 15%
MY 2010     20%  15% - 20% 15% 10% - 15% Upto 10%
MY 2009 and Before       Distress Value Distress Value Distress Value Distress Value

 

Notes

- Above Valuation Grid Presumes a Good Body Condition. There can be substantial Depreciation on the Price if the car condition is deteriorated. 

- Above are General Indicative Prices which can be expected on Sale. However, much depends on the Medium of Sale - Individual / Dealer etc too

- Certain Models does NOT fit in above Valuation Grid - Discontinued Models, Daewoo Cars, Fiat Cars, Utility Vehicles, Luxury Segment like Audi, BMW, Benz

 

Diesel Car Valuation Grid (Other than Delhi, NCR) 

- Basis Manufacturing Year

           
Vehicle Model Upto 15,000 Kms 15,000 - 30,000 Kms 30K - 50K Kms 50K - 70K Kms 70K - 1 Lac Kms 1 Lac - 1.5 Lac Kms 1.5 Lac + Kms
MY 2019 Car  85% 80% 75% to 80%        
MY 2018 Car  75% - 80% 70% - 75% 70% 65%       
MY 2017 75% 70% 65% 60%  50%     
MY 2016   65% 60% to 65% 55% to 60% 50% 40%  
MY 2015   60% 50% to 55%  50% 40% to 50% 33% 30%
MY 2014   50% 50% 40% 35% to 40% 30% 25% 
MY 2013     40%  33% - 35% 30%  25% Upto 20%
MY 2011 - 2012     35%  30% 25%  20% Upto 15%
MY 2009 - 2010     25%  25% 20% 18% to 20% Upto 15%
MY 2008     20% 20% 15% to 20% 15% 10% to 12%
MY 2007     15% 15% 10% to 15% 10% to 12% 10%
MY 2006     12% to 15% 12% 10% 8% to 10% 7%
MY 2005 and Before       Distress Value Distress Value Distress Value Distress Value

Get Valuation Price of Used Car as Buyer & Seller

Though Above Used Car Valuation Valuation Grid, can give you an Indicative Range. But - If you Seek Closest Estimated Valuation Price of a Used Car,

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Do Not Miss to Mention

  • Make, Model, Sub Model Details
  • Fuel Type, Kms Run
  • City of Registration with Manufacturing Month, Year
  • Vehicle Condition in Detail - Claims, Service Records etc
  • Mode of Transaction - Selling to Individual, Used Car Dealer, New Car Dealer or Buying from Individual, USed Car Dealer or Certified Dealer

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Comments 102

Guest - SG on Friday, 16 June 2017 09:41

This is rather a very helpful guide for used car valuations. It is absolutely important to evaluate your car well before going for a sale, because you might not know how much you have to go down on the price to negotiate. So knowing your car’s worth before making a transaction always minimises your chances of losing money. And I loved what you said about the car’s first impression being the last impression. It is absolutely right. Many people fail to realise it and once they feel that a car is no longer serving the purpose, they just wish to sell it in absolutely any godforsaken condition.

This is sure to never yield good money and if they give a minimum effort to adorn the car in a way that you so aptly described, like – changing the floor carpet, washing exteriors, removing minor dents, painting and polishing the car, adding perfume to the car to make it pleasant in entirety, they can make a better sale. I feel all this is very necessary and in fact I had advised a friend of mine to do the same as she was going for a sale by and it did hike the price of the car.

What studying about cars have taught me that along with factors like brand names and vehicle conditions in consideration, season and location also play a vital role and must be taken into account for used car valuation. During the spring and the summer months, convertibles sell for a higher price. As temperatures rise, the demand for classics, roadsters, and sports cars goes up, while autumn and winter make 4x4s, off-roaders and SUVs more attractive. So that is just an added information I felt like sharing.

This is rather a very helpful guide for used car valuations. It is absolutely important to evaluate your car well before going for a sale, because you might not know how much you have to go down on the price to negotiate. So knowing your car’s worth before making a transaction always minimises your chances of losing money. And I loved what you said about the car’s first impression being the last impression. It is absolutely right. Many people fail to realise it and once they feel that a car is no longer serving the purpose, they just wish to sell it in absolutely any godforsaken condition. This is sure to never yield good money and if they give a minimum effort to adorn the car in a way that you so aptly described, like – changing the floor carpet, washing exteriors, removing minor dents, painting and polishing the car, adding perfume to the car to make it pleasant in entirety, they can make a better sale. I feel all this is very necessary and in fact I had advised a friend of mine to do the same as she was going for a sale by and it did hike the price of the car. What studying about cars have taught me that along with factors like brand names and vehicle conditions in consideration, season and location also play a vital role and must be taken into account for used car valuation. During the spring and the summer months, convertibles sell for a higher price. As temperatures rise, the demand for classics, roadsters, and sports cars goes up, while autumn and winter make 4x4s, off-roaders and SUVs more attractive. So that is just an added information I felt like sharing.
Guest - abishekjain on Friday, 28 April 2017 22:47

Hi There Mr. Modi;

besides your name having a popular connotation, this article was much needed and your efforts are applauded. Its commendable to quickly give a precise idea. However the Net on road price calculation and discounts are not readily available. A tool in that area will be great. I will explain it below and look forward to your priceless reflection on precise valuation. (Iam not in the know how to calculate Residual value etc; however I use your chart with a approx net road value calculated on current prices online and value it accordingly. I dont think its precise enough for a self-evaluator and not easy as its in US or Europe. See below;

Iam interested in a EON ERA + of 2012 DECEMBER make, 41500Kms. I have to say that its from a direct seller. Now how did I calculate the price is;

BANGALORE OTR PRICE as of APR 2017 = 3.75 + 55+ 15k = 4.45 lacs
There is a Guess that its DEC discounted car with say 35K; Net OTR = 4.10

So as per your chart 55% value = INR 2.25 lacs .

Now my questions are ;

1) Is this precise calculation ?

2) The 2012 prices have increased of cars by say 30% as of apr 2017; How does that factor in this example?

3) please calculate on this above example a Precise valuation with the car in GOOD CONDITION (No accidents no dents no scratches, service records in ASS in order and regularly maintained- @42k Kms only basic Paid maintenance service needs to be done by Me, a Buyer costing 5500 + 1500 for a Driver belt + 6500 Clutch Plate Assembly mandatory change at 50k Kms which the service guy says is needed)
IDV value for this car shows roughly as 1.50 lacs, (online)

4) If I buy at a cost of 2.1 lacs is it sensible or i have overpaid as I doubt it?



Your priceless reflection on this comprehensive example will be a great Guide. Your reply on this will be much appreciated.


KUDOS;

Abhi

Hi There Mr. Modi; besides your name having a popular connotation, this article was much needed and your efforts are applauded. Its commendable to quickly give a precise idea. However the Net on road price calculation and discounts are not readily available. A tool in that area will be great. I will explain it below and look forward to your priceless reflection on precise valuation. (Iam not in the know how to calculate Residual value etc; however I use your chart with a approx net road value calculated on current prices online and value it accordingly. I dont think its precise enough for a self-evaluator and not easy as its in US or Europe. See below; Iam interested in a EON ERA + of 2012 DECEMBER make, 41500Kms. I have to say that its from a direct seller. Now how did I calculate the price is; BANGALORE OTR PRICE as of APR 2017 = 3.75 + 55+ 15k = 4.45 lacs There is a Guess that its DEC discounted car with say 35K; Net OTR = 4.10 So as per your chart 55% value = INR 2.25 lacs . Now my questions are ; 1) Is this precise calculation ? 2) The 2012 prices have increased of cars by say 30% as of apr 2017; How does that factor in this example? 3) please calculate on this above example a Precise valuation with the car in GOOD CONDITION (No accidents no dents no scratches, service records in ASS in order and regularly maintained- @42k Kms only basic Paid maintenance service needs to be done by Me, a Buyer costing 5500 + 1500 for a Driver belt + 6500 Clutch Plate Assembly mandatory change at 50k Kms which the service guy says is needed) IDV value for this car shows roughly as 1.50 lacs, (online) 4) If I buy at a cost of 2.1 lacs is it sensible or i have overpaid as I doubt it? Your priceless reflection on this comprehensive example will be a great Guide. Your reply on this will be much appreciated. KUDOS; Abhi
Gagan Modi on Saturday, 29 April 2017 17:50

Hello Abhi,

1. Yes - the tabular sheet works that way and is close indicative price

2. Depreciation is calculated on current prices (and not on original invoice value) and thus is the tabular grid formed so as to make it easy to calculate the indicative value of the car based on common wear & tear and general condition based on ageing. Been - the condition can be different - hence a car with well maintained with service history documented can have 5% to 10% higher value as against the grid, while a car which is poorly maintained can have upto 25% lower value. As you will agree that - accidental cars wont fit in above and thus the only way would be in person inspection and above tabular grid may not work in that case

3. As the car Variant is Era which comes in smaller 12 Inch Tyres and driven 42K Kms and 5 year Old, whats the tyre condition - may likely be at end of 3/4th of its tenure and possibly needs replacement in another 10K to 15K Kms or next 2 years at max. Factoring a part of same and Clutch plate cost and the fact that car is in good condition and Hyundai has one among lower service costs - will rate the price in range of Rs 2 to 2.2 Lakh.
IDV is immaterial as its subject to lot of factors and can be manipulated up and down and is not considered in for valuation perspective

Been the tabular grid generic, we have given opportunity to readers to post question in forum with pictures and more details on the car - so as to get personalized response based on condition and get close best approx valuation price based on the details provided
Hope should help !!

Hello Abhi, 1. Yes - the tabular sheet works that way and is close indicative price 2. Depreciation is calculated on current prices (and not on original invoice value) and thus is the tabular grid formed so as to make it easy to calculate the indicative value of the car based on common wear & tear and general condition based on ageing. Been - the condition can be different - hence a car with well maintained with service history documented can have 5% to 10% higher value as against the grid, while a car which is poorly maintained can have upto 25% lower value. As you will agree that - accidental cars wont fit in above and thus the only way would be in person inspection and above tabular grid may not work in that case 3. As the car Variant is Era which comes in smaller 12 Inch Tyres and driven 42K Kms and 5 year Old, whats the tyre condition - may likely be at end of 3/4th of its tenure and possibly needs replacement in another 10K to 15K Kms or next 2 years at max. Factoring a part of same and Clutch plate cost and the fact that car is in good condition and Hyundai has one among lower service costs - will rate the price in range of Rs 2 to 2.2 Lakh. IDV is immaterial as its subject to lot of factors and can be manipulated up and down and is not considered in for valuation perspective Been the tabular grid generic, [b]we have given opportunity to readers to post question in forum with pictures and more details on the car[/b] - so as to get personalized response based on condition and get close best approx valuation price based on the details provided Hope should help !!
Guest - abishekjain on Sunday, 30 April 2017 17:24

Are you Kidding?!

Of course Its been of GREAT HELP and foremost its reassuring. I fail to comprehend why Indian Pre-owned Stakeholders lack basic sense of ethics and complicate matters unnecessarily by ripping few people for short gains instead of credible and reliable good in long term.

I yearn to add to the Qualitative valuation furthermore and request you to enlighten or make a categorical article.

1 - You did factor in quiet similar to my cost of 2.1 (your range was 2 - 2.2) but you have tentatively figured factoring the Good Condition Cost + factoring 25% life of Tyres left+ Clutch assembly service and Replacement costing. It will be of help to know how you factor these costs in numbers or is there a way to assess the same.

2 - Most importantly its quiet, or I must say unethical or unwise for Car companies or the Auto industry to not have the past ON ROAD prices reflected anywhere at all. I only guessed the EX Showroom prices of EON ERA has increased substantially by 30% from your article. This is helpful in spite of factoring DEPRECIATION based on current prices. Iam sure you know the reasons why AUTO manufacturers do not share the past years EX & OTR prices. Hyundai increased about 1lac on EON prices since JAN 2017 owing to Input Cost Inflation.
The Main Question then is - Doesn't this heavily affect the New buyer like me in 2017?
Please enlighten us here on why this is done?
For Ex : the EX of 2012 Dec is approx 2.64 Lax (30% of current 3,76Lax)

3 - Its important for me in this case as I will be re-registering in TAMIL NADU and new state requires 10% as tax from the original Invoice Value of EX-Showroom. Kindly let me know what would have been the COST break-up of this EON ERA + in 2012 ? Also what will be the Refund (Road Tax + anything else) from the originating RTO after I show the new Registered papers? (Originating RTO Cost in 2012 Dec, Bangalore = INR 54,400)


4 - Besides this the discounts are needed to be factored into the current OTR price which your article had clearly stated (see Used car valuation grid). However most Sellers Hide the fact or never enlighten Buyers on the same. What is the prudent way to get around this. Will the argument of DECEMBER year end Offers alone hold good stead?


Factoring many aspects 2.1 lakh INR, i feel, is slightly on the Top-End of the Cost Slab for me without bargaining. However I need Solid reasoning to bring down My offer price most Convincingly so that the Seller finds it reasonable and agrees to my argument in lowering to around 1.9 Lakh INR. What are the ways do you suggest, besides the factoring of Tyres & Clutch Ass servicing.


Much Appreciated of your quick revert which I didn't expect honestly & hope this wasn't Blab as most people would see it as.

Regards
A






Are you Kidding?! Of course Its been of GREAT HELP and foremost its reassuring. I fail to comprehend why Indian Pre-owned Stakeholders lack basic sense of ethics and complicate matters unnecessarily by ripping few people for short gains instead of credible and reliable good in long term. I yearn to add to the Qualitative valuation furthermore and request you to enlighten or make a categorical article. 1 - You did factor in quiet similar to my cost of 2.1 (your range was 2 - 2.2) but you have tentatively figured factoring the Good Condition Cost + factoring 25% life of Tyres left+ Clutch assembly service and Replacement costing. It will be of help to know[b] how you factor these costs in numbers or is there a way to assess the same[/b]. 2 - Most importantly its quiet, or I must say unethical or unwise for Car companies or the Auto industry to not have the past ON ROAD prices reflected anywhere at all. I only guessed the EX Showroom prices of EON ERA has increased substantially by 30% from your article. This is helpful in spite of factoring DEPRECIATION based on current prices. Iam sure you know the reasons why AUTO manufacturers do not share the past years EX & OTR prices. Hyundai increased about 1lac on EON prices since JAN 2017 owing to Input Cost Inflation. The Main Question then is - [b]Doesn't this heavily affect the New buyer like me in 2017?[/b] Please enlighten us here on why this is done? For Ex : the EX of 2012 Dec is approx 2.64 Lax (30% of current 3,76Lax) 3 - Its important for me in this case as I will be re-registering in TAMIL NADU and new state requires 10% as tax from the original Invoice Value of EX-Showroom. Kindly let me know what would have been the COST break-up of this EON ERA + in 2012 ? Also [b]what will be the Refund[/b] (Road Tax + anything else) from the originating RTO after I show the new Registered papers? (Originating RTO Cost in 2012 Dec, Bangalore = INR 54,400) 4 - Besides this the discounts are needed to be factored into the current OTR price which your article had clearly stated (see Used car valuation grid). However most Sellers Hide the fact or never enlighten Buyers on the same. What is the prudent way to get around this. Will the[b] argument of DECEMBER year end Offers[/b] alone hold good stead? Factoring many aspects 2.1 lakh INR, i feel, is slightly on the Top-End of the Cost Slab for me without bargaining. However I need Solid reasoning to bring down My offer price most Convincingly so that the Seller finds it reasonable and agrees to my argument in lowering to around 1.9 Lakh INR. What are the ways do you suggest, besides the factoring of Tyres & Clutch Ass servicing. Much Appreciated of your quick revert which I didn't expect honestly & hope this wasn't Blab as most people would see it as. Regards A
Guest - Nilesh Panchal on Tuesday, 14 March 2017 11:37

Dear sir,

I ma nilesh Panchal form Ahmedabad Gujrat i want sell my Swift VXI ABS model Aug : 2008 It is pure Petrol Version.I am 3rd woner & 67000 km Run. no any accident & no any problem in Engine,body & performace.My selling price 257000 Rupees ok What is ur suggest price ? Pl give me ur suggestion.

Dear sir, I ma nilesh Panchal form Ahmedabad Gujrat i want sell my Swift VXI ABS model Aug : 2008 It is pure Petrol Version.I am 3rd woner & 67000 km Run. no any accident & no any problem in Engine,body & performace.My selling price 257000 Rupees ok What is ur suggest price ? Pl give me ur suggestion.
Guest - Ajay kumar on Thursday, 14 May 2020 19:59

Your price is high you can sell this vehicle 160000 to 180000 range only

Your price is high you can sell this vehicle 160000 to 180000 range only
Guest - messi on Monday, 13 February 2017 19:09

I WANT to exchange my swift dzire 2014 end with honda city or Honda civic

I WANT to exchange my swift dzire 2014 end with honda city or Honda civic
Guest - vipin choudhary on Saturday, 05 November 2016 09:03

Hi guys i want suggestion of yours so that i can cm to a conclusion . I have swift vxi 2015 feb edition which is driven 10k only but m not happy with the swift and i want sx4 bcz i have already driven sx4 and it is awesome in power and comfort. So it is a gud decision for going a second hand sx4 after selling swift vxi like new one. What say guys?

Hi guys i want suggestion of yours so that i can cm to a conclusion . I have swift vxi 2015 feb edition which is driven 10k only but m not happy with the swift and i want sx4 bcz i have already driven sx4 and it is awesome in power and comfort. So it is a gud decision for going a second hand sx4 after selling swift vxi like new one. What say guys?
Guest - sandeep on Friday, 07 October 2016 14:24

I sell my maruti suzuki omani 1nov 2008 kolhapur passing MH02 62000km runing what price i gave
With gaskit 2023

I sell my maruti suzuki omani 1nov 2008 kolhapur passing MH02 62000km runing what price i gave With gaskit 2023
Guest - P Chiranjeevi Reddy on Wednesday, 17 August 2016 16:26

I have Maruthi 800 AC BS-II 2004 model run 91000 kms as on day. Recently refurbished for suspension, steering joint, drive shafts, AC servicing etc., and replaced new tubeless tyres. Now I would like to sell. Condition of the vehicle is excellent even if I go 100 km speed, no vibration is seen. It has music system with poineer speakers.
Suggest me the best price to sell in Hyderabad.

I have Maruthi 800 AC BS-II 2004 model run 91000 kms as on day. Recently refurbished for suspension, steering joint, drive shafts, AC servicing etc., and replaced new tubeless tyres. Now I would like to sell. Condition of the vehicle is excellent even if I go 100 km speed, no vibration is seen. It has music system with poineer speakers. Suggest me the best price to sell in Hyderabad.
Guest - Jayshree on Monday, 21 March 2016 19:39

Thanks for the information provided regarding cars. if someone needs to buy used cars then its evaluation is necessary

Thanks for the information provided regarding cars. if someone needs to buy used cars then its evaluation is necessary
Guest - Krishna on Saturday, 05 December 2015 01:59

Hi,
I'm planing to buy a RITZ VDI 2011 Model. ( 75,336 KM done). Condition is good and well maintained, i have checked Company History too. Please advise me on correct PRICE part ?

Hi, I'm planing to buy a RITZ VDI 2011 Model. ( 75,336 KM done). Condition is good and well maintained, i have checked Company History too. Please advise me on correct PRICE part ?
Guest - sk on Sunday, 27 September 2015 17:30

I have got Nissan micra xv diesel 2012 July model.29000 km run single handed doctor's car.asking for 4.5 lac?should I buy?

I have got Nissan micra xv diesel 2012 July model.29000 km run single handed doctor's car.asking for 4.5 lac?should I buy?
Guest - mahi on Saturday, 09 March 2019 02:15

Definitely you should go

Definitely you should go
Guest - Y Geetha on Saturday, 12 September 2015 22:29

I want to sell my swift dzire 2011(Oct) lxi which has clocked 28200 kms. It is equipped with 4 power windows, touch screen music system with rear parking camera. Front tyres are new and rear tyres have considerable life left. What price should I expect? I am located in Hyderabad and one more thing I am the second owner.

I want to sell my swift dzire 2011(Oct) lxi which has clocked 28200 kms. It is equipped with 4 power windows, touch screen music system with rear parking camera. Front tyres are new and rear tyres have considerable life left. What price should I expect? I am located in Hyderabad and one more thing I am the second owner.
Guest - Isaac shelley on Sunday, 31 January 2016 00:06

Pls respond at your earliest. .. Ritz 2009 petrol lxi model 65000km driven second owner in chennai. Interior and exterior condition is good. Pls advice on following -
1. Correct rate , dealer price 250000
2. Whether it's a wise decision to purchase the this much old car
3. Already it second owner

Pls respond at your earliest. .. Ritz 2009 petrol lxi model 65000km driven second owner in chennai. Interior and exterior condition is good. Pls advice on following - 1. Correct rate , dealer price 250000 2. Whether it's a wise decision to purchase the this much old car 3. Already it second owner
Guest - Bhupendra Singh on Saturday, 18 July 2015 00:20

Hello sir, I have seen the Waganor vxi 2010 model with almost 50000 run, asking 170000/- last price after negotiations, if it would be a worth buying. Please suggest me or?

Hello sir, I have seen the Waganor vxi 2010 model with almost 50000 run, asking 170000/- last price after negotiations, if it would be a worth buying. Please suggest me or?
Guest - Kumar on Monday, 02 March 2015 13:49

Hi,

My friend is selling a mahindra Verito D4 2012 BS IV model. Kilometers dirven is 29800. The cars looks to be good. They are quoting a price of 450000 but can negotiate upto 4L. Kindly let me know if this price is Ok?

Thanks,
Kumar

Hi, My friend is selling a mahindra Verito D4 2012 BS IV model. Kilometers dirven is 29800. The cars looks to be good. They are quoting a price of 450000 but can negotiate upto 4L. Kindly let me know if this price is Ok? Thanks, Kumar
Guest - Mohanavelu on Tuesday, 10 February 2015 15:14

I had approached a dealer for Swift VDI 2010 BS IV model which has run 28000 kms. Cost quoted by the dealer after negotiation is 450000/-.

Pls advise if this is worth to buy and the review on this model.

I had approached a dealer for Swift VDI 2010 BS IV model which has run 28000 kms. Cost quoted by the dealer after negotiation is 450000/-. Pls advise if this is worth to buy and the review on this model.
Guest - raj mathur on Thursday, 15 January 2015 01:53

what could be a resale of swift ldi july 2013 model ......wud be serious help to me.....

what could be a resale of swift ldi july 2013 model ......wud be serious help to me.....
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