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nevadayz

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2007 Hyundai Tucson 2.0L GLS
113000km

Been trying to sell it for the last little while, yet havent got any buyers, car is still in great condition (used to be my dads car).

I've put it on the normal Autotrader, Gumtree, OLX, Junkmail.

Retail Price is R120k
Trade Price is R100k

I think around R110k is fair.

Ideas?

Also a lady called from a dealership saying they can try and sell the car for me at a dealership, at no cost to me, BUT, the car must be parked at the dealership for at least 2 weeks. :erm:
 

cbrunsdonza

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R100K is the going rate. Lots of pressure on this segment of the market as people move away from bigger cars.
 

web

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Second hand car market is flooded at the moment really not a good time to try sell a car you are going to get shafted either way.
 

ToxicBunny

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Because everyone is trying to get rid of the cars they now can't afford....
 

web

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The beautiful petrol price :D any want a Hilux 4.0L double cab ???
 

web

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:D It's not that bad actually wouldn't swap it for a stinky diesel one.

4.0L Automatic best purchase I ever made :D
 

Recruitsmiths

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bleh, but why now? what changed to result in this?
Fuel price....I had a brand new Toyota Condor 2.4GLE 8 seater....used it a lot for camping mid 2000's, however full tank to Durban cost R800 then..
Hate to think what it cost at today's price...
 

WaxLyrical

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Best is to check what other people are selling 2007 Tuscons for in the Autotrader, and then try and be competitive.
Trade and retail prices from a book means squat these days.
 

Rocket-Boy

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:D It's not that bad actually wouldn't swap it for a stinky diesel one.

4.0L Automatic best purchase I ever made :D
Sure it must have power but you must be crying every time you go to a petrol station.
What is your average consumption if you dont mind me asking?
 

web

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12.5 - 13L/100km.
We have about 4 D4D's at work too and they sit at about 11l/100km so I can accept the extra consumption. Mine went for its 100000km service the other day cost me R1900.00 one of the D4D's went for the same service R6500.00

If i drive it like a twit it climbs the worst I have ever had was 14L/100km while towing a Jet SKi up to Inhambane and back and the back was jammed full of clothes and food.

120km on the freeway the engine is ticking over at just under 2000RPM.
 

AlphaBravo

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12.5 - 13L/100km.
We have about 4 D4D's at work too and they sit at about 11l/100km so I can accept the extra consumption. Mine went for its 100000km service the other day cost me R1900.00 one of the D4D's went for the same service R6500.00

If i drive it like a twit it climbs the worst I have ever had was 14L/100km while towing a Jet SKi up to Inhambane and back and the back was jammed full of clothes and food.

120km on the freeway the engine is ticking over at just under 2000RPM.
Not bad, I like the service costs. My 2.8 turbo diesel gets around 12.5 l/100km, maybe time for shift to petrol.
 

web

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Not bad, I like the service costs. My 2.8 turbo diesel gets around 12.5 l/100km, maybe time for shift to petrol.
Did the Turbo Diesel thing twice hated the maintenance costs after 100000km they become ridiculous. Only problem is the fuel consumption on the petrol engines. The 2.0L chew petrol and the Hilux 2.7 used more than my current 4.0L

The other makes I have no idea about.
 

nevadayz

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yea i got around 80-90k trade, guess if i got 100k on a private sale i will be happy.
 
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