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Old 4th March 2017, 12:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Going rate for 14plate

What's the going rate at the moment

10k on the clock

Total stock car in white
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Old 4th March 2017, 12:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'd expect it to see it up for 56k at a garage, assuming FSH and new tyres fitted at that mileage.

May fall to nearer 54-55k soon though, as 15's and 16's are piling up on top at not much more money (58-61) and 14's are becoming fresh out of warranty starting from now.

edited to add: also assuming the 14 plate is a MY14.
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It's up for 60k at Nissan

Tempted as need new daily but wanted to check
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There's probably a bit of negotiation in that
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Old 9th March 2017, 07:48 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Thanks for the replies & advice

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I'd expect it to see it up for 56k at a garage, assuming FSH and new tyres fitted at that mileage.

May fall to nearer 54-55k soon though, as 15's and 16's are piling up on top at not much more money (58-61) and 14's are becoming fresh out of warranty starting from now.

edited to add: also assuming the 14 plate is a MY14.
What was the first date the my14 was available? Mine is a 63 plate, registered beginning of Jan 14 so not sure if it's a my13 or my14 on that basis. Not that it really matters but I'm just curious.

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What was the first date the my14 was available? Mine is a 63 plate, registered beginning of Jan 14 so not sure if it's a my13 or my14 on that basis. Not that it really matters but I'm just curious.

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Yours will be either a MY13 or a MY12. A quick easy check among other things is:

MY12 : Black steering wheel

MY13 : Half red steering wheel

MY14 : Front light bolts, rear light solid rings
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That's good info

I googled and checked before I bought mine yesterday
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I'd say that a good condition car with one or two maximum owners and around 10k miles on it with full service history would be around £55-57k mark which is real good value. Good luck with whatever you get
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I'd say that a good condition car with one or two maximum owners and around 10k miles on it with full service history would be around £55-57k mark which is real good value. Good luck with whatever you get
Thanks that's similar to what I paid
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Thanks that's similar to what I paid
How you like it compared to the older generations?
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That's good info

I googled and checked before I bought mine yesterday


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