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Star car and what it’s worth

TWO examples of cars passing through the auction halls.

VEHICLE: Honda CR-V 2.0i ES 5dr estate automatic
YEAR: 2000 W
MILEAGE: 27,000
WHERE SOLD: BCA Tewkesbury
BACKGROUND: The vehicle was a standard CR-V with ABS, PAS, metallic paint, alloy wheels, remote central locking, air con, electric windows, twin airbags and cloth trim and stereo radio cassette. This vehicle was sold for £9,450. CAP Clean is £8,100 meaning it achieved 116% of CAP Clean. The car was sold on behalf of a dealership and was pre-sale prepared – a busy auction hall and competitive bidding was responsible for the value soaring above guide prices.

What it’s worth

IF your car is leased or outright pruchased, knwoing its value is vital, particularly if you want to offer staff the chance to but the vehicle at the end of the contract. Use our weekly guide to benchmark prices.

VAUXHALL OMEGA 2.2 CD

Age: 02 51
Mileage: 37,000
Value – Trade
CAP Clean: £5,575
Glass’s Guide: £5,250
Value – retail to staff: £6,880

  • Retail price source: www.parkers.co.uk based on private trade for good condition vehicle
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