Experts went on to say that now is a good time to sell used cars, no matter what model drivers have.
“The used car market is so active right now that we are seeing strong demand across all age groups and all body types,” a spokesperson added.
“However, given the pressure in the new car market, ‘near new’ cars – those that are less than 12 months old – are especially popular.
“So much so that in our market, one in four near new cars is currently priced above their new equivalents.”
Selling to a deal versus selling privately
They offered advice on whether it is better to sell privately or to a dealer.
Experts said: “Both have their pros and cons. Selling to a retailer can mean a quicker sale, and right now, since there’s a shortage of supply, you might get a better deal from a retailer who’s desperate for something.” new stock to sell in your store. yard.
“And if you’re looking for a new car on the market, you may be able to negotiate a solid parts trade-in deal.”
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