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  • Is My VXR Really That Worthless

    Due to a Change in My Working Conditions lately ie Travelling more Miles i phoned Thurlby today to see about exchanging my VXR for the dirty Derv version the 888 and with the VXR in Mint nick registerd 20/12/2005 6.5k miles extras inc 19s cruise n climate Bluetooth and Miltek ,the fookers offererd me 15k on a part ex cheeky bastids

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    Re: Is My VXR Really That Worthless

    Originally posted by Stevie VXR
    Due to a Change in My Working Conditions lately ie Travelling more Miles i phoned Thurlby today to see about exchanging my VXR for the dirty Derv version the 888 and with the VXR in Mint nick registerd 20/12/2005 6.5k miles extras inc 19s cruise n climate Bluetooth and Miltek ,the fookers offererd me 15k on a part ex cheeky bastids
    I dont think you are going to do much better than that, try selling your miltek seperately, swap with someone who wants one, should be worth a grand more ! also try swapping the 19s with some one who has 18s another few hundred for the coffers.

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    • #3
      Thats not too bad a price really on a 8month old VXR with 6k on the clock, remember that £2782 of your origional purchase price is VAT, and also look at the fact you can get 3 month old ex-demo;s for around the £17-17.5 mark. Cars are many things unfortunately investments arent one of them.

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      • #4
        if you do want to sell the milltek let me now what price you want, could swap aswell although car arrives 7th sep.

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        • #5
          I think £15K is about right. I bought ours for £17,500 with sat nav, park sensors and 19" wheels back in April.

          Trust me it hurt a lot more chopping in the Vectra, watching it go from £25K to £15K

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          • #6
            Could a dare to suggest that you see if a 888 owner wants to trade up and work out a deal

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            • #7
              Trade up???

              Tut tut!!!!
              Insignia VXR, quite nippy!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by caspy
                Trade up???

                Tut tut!!!!
                Let me explain...

                PLEASE, let me explain..

                Oh Why wont you let me explain....


                Bit of a freudian slip there...

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                • #9
                  Insignia VXR, quite nippy!

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                  • #10
                    No you're right chris

                    stu

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Catherine
                      I think £15K is about right. I bought ours for £17,500 with sat nav, park sensors and 19" wheels back in April.

                      Trust me it hurt a lot more chopping in the Vectra, watching it go from £25K to £15K
                      You think you got it bad....

                      VXR Monaro... £38K ===> £20K

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