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1.8 t sport value

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by stoop44rio, Sep 9, 2010.

  1. stoop44rio

    stoop44rio Member

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    im wondering what value would you all put on a '00 (w reg) a4 1.8 turbo sport? average condition, miles etc. just had mine wrote off and waiting to see what the insurers offer. i was thinking around £1500-1800 mark?
     
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  3. aragorn

    aragorn "Stick a V8 in it!"
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    i paid £1900 for a W reg 1.8T Quattro Sport, which are generally more saught after than the FWD versions.

    Perhaps 1500?
     
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    search the web for similar age condition ones for sale and present that to the insurers.
    I wrote off a Rover 220 coupe, they wanted to give me £700. managed to get £1700 out of them as I proved beyond doubt that a replacement car (which is what they are paying you for) was significantly higher than the Glass/Thompsons book price.
     
  5. Geeman

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    I sold my W plate Sport a few months back for £3250...!
     
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    I paid £1900 for a '98 1.8T in excellent condition with 80k on the clock ~3 weeks ago. I think I got a good deal so I would hold out for at least 2k depending on mileage. You'd struggle to replace it for less than 2.5k probably.
     
  7. evilscotsman

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    I would search autotrader & pistonheads for the same year and model car, add up the prices of all the ones you find, and divide by the number of cars there were to obtain a true average of the asking price, then base your valuation on that mate.
     
  8. stoop44rio

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    weell, i got £1550 for the car minus £100 for the salvage. im happy with that as i paid £1600 for the car about a year and a half ago. i'll be breaking the car probably after christmas.
     
  9. dhracer

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    Sounds pretty fair really then.
    :ninja: Soo, the interior speaker trims - grey? :laugh:
     
  10. rasA4

    rasA4 Four Rings Mafia Specialist

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    :) wow you done really well.. you sold it through PH?
     
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    Assuming I get top price for all the stuff I just listed on eBay, I'm set to get £1400 for mine... which I sold in bits. :p
     
  12. Geeman

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    Yeah... sold it through PH. I always sell my cars on there. A decent set of pictures sells the car for you.

    The last 3 cars I've sold I've had payment sent through before they've even seen the car in the metal. Madness!
     

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