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        Old 19-05-2020, 10:00 AM   #1
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        Where to sell car for decent price?

        Hi experts,

        So we have a 3 year old first hand car that we are looking to sell because driver is relocating for a while next year. Before COVID 19, we already planned to sell it some time mid of 2020.

        We currently only managed to get one quote from Swift quote but the price is too close to just scrapping it.

        Just wondering, other than putting up on sgcarmart and direct selling, anywhere else to get more quotes? Thanks for your advice!
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        Old 19-05-2020, 10:01 AM   #2
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        Hi experts,

        So we have a 3 year old first hand car that we are looking to sell because driver is relocating for a while next year. Before COVID 19, we already planned to sell it some time mid of 2020.

        We currently only managed to get one quote from Swift quote but the price is too close to just scrapping it.

        Just wondering, other than putting up on sgcarmart and direct selling, anywhere else to get more quotes? Thanks for your advice!
        what car is that?
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        Old 19-05-2020, 10:04 AM   #3
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        what car is that?
        Volkswagen Polo
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        Old 19-05-2020, 10:10 AM   #4
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        Most dealers will probably offer you in the same range and some will persuade you to consign with them. How far off is the offer and your ideal price range?
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        Old 19-05-2020, 10:28 AM   #5
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        Most dealers will probably offer you in the same range and some will persuade you to consign with them. How far off is the offer and your ideal price range?
        I think the price difference between scrapping and the current quote is about 4k. They haven't seen the car due to CB so I feel they might low ball further cause I do have one scratch on the car (no idea when and how it happened just one day go to carpark saw it).

        Other than the scratch the car is in good condition.

        I'm hoping for 2-3k more if possible... I know it is a stretch la just hoping!
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        Old 19-05-2020, 10:38 AM   #6
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        Any decent dealer won't slash the price due to 1 scratch. Those that try to low ball you can always walk away. If time is on your side, you can 1) advertise it yourself 2) consign with a dealer. Both options usually will yield a slightly higher price.

        The downside of advertising yourself if you got to handle the calls and keep in mind that there will be a lot of dealers calling you and of cause the paperwork. Consignment on the other hand, you got to find a trustworthy dealer cause they are the one in contact with your potential buyers.
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        Old 19-05-2020, 10:52 AM   #7
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        Any decent dealer won't slash the price due to 1 scratch. Those that try to low ball you can always walk away. If time is on your side, you can 1) advertise it yourself 2) consign with a dealer. Both options usually will yield a slightly higher price.

        The downside of advertising yourself if you got to handle the calls and keep in mind that there will be a lot of dealers calling you and of cause the paperwork. Consignment on the other hand, you got to find a trustworthy dealer cause they are the one in contact with your potential buyers.
        How does consigning work? Do I pay like a daily rate or only pay consignment fees when the car gets sold? Any to recommend? Thanks
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        Old 19-05-2020, 11:06 AM   #8
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        Consignment is you get a dealer to advertise for you. You can either 1) continue driving your car (recommended) or 2) leave your car with the dealer. You tell them the base price that you are looking at and they will mark up from there. Some dealer will also charge a consignment fee which you have to find out and agree even before you consign your car there.

        When they have a potential buyer, they will make arrangement for you to drive down your car and they will handle from there. If there's any offer from the buyer, they will let you know and it's your decision to sell or not.
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        Old 19-05-2020, 11:50 AM   #9
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        Consignment is you get a dealer to advertise for you. You can either 1) continue driving your car (recommended) or 2) leave your car with the dealer. You tell them the base price that you are looking at and they will mark up from there. Some dealer will also charge a consignment fee which you have to find out and agree even before you consign your car there.

        When they have a potential buyer, they will make arrangement for you to drive down your car and they will handle from there. If there's any offer from the buyer, they will let you know and it's your decision to sell or not.
        Thanks! Never knew. All the ppl we contacted all more of like sell it to them now.
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        Old 19-05-2020, 12:01 PM   #10
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        Usually their profit margins will be higher if they buy from you rather than consignment even though the risk and capital outlay is higher. And all decisions (for e.g. selling price, touch up works on the car) lies with them and not you.

        So first option will always to convince you to sell to them. But some are pretty open to consignment i guess.
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        Old 19-05-2020, 01:59 PM   #11
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        Hi experts,

        So we have a 3 year old first hand car that we are looking to sell because driver is relocating for a while next year. Before COVID 19, we already planned to sell it some time mid of 2020.

        We currently only managed to get one quote from Swift quote but the price is too close to just scrapping it.

        Just wondering, other than putting up on sgcarmart and direct selling, anywhere else to get more quotes? Thanks for your advice!
        sg car quote?
        Personally, now is a "bad time" to let go car. With ppl trying to secure their job and holding on with a "wait and see" mentality.
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        Old 19-05-2020, 02:45 PM   #12
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        but there is still some who lock in for new cars already

        sg car quote?
        Personally, now is a "bad time" to let go car. With ppl trying to secure their job and holding on with a "wait and see" mentality.
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        Old 19-05-2020, 02:51 PM   #13
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        but there is still some who lock in for new cars already
        Good and happy for these ppl.
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        Old 19-05-2020, 04:20 PM   #14
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        budget of $150k wor.. now so confused which car to buy wor

        http://www.tyskj.cn/c...k-6288596.html

        If i would like a car with acceleration 0-100km/h less than 8.5secs, ideally brand new and <150K budget, can anyone recommend some to me?
        In my mind, i thought of Stinger 2.0T, Volvo XC40 . Any other cars to share with me? Many thanks!!!!
        Good and happy for these ppl.
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        Old 19-05-2020, 05:02 PM   #15
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        Try put ad on Carro app
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