2013 Holden Barina – sell my car
Condition report – Nice car
Odometer reads – 34000 kms, Engine size 4, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 5, 4×2 drive, petrol engine.
It was bought in Brisbane, QLD 4814.
Paid $4,000 cash for car
Condition report: The car has no sunroof, leather or sat nav. Tailgate dented slightly. A few minor scratches around the body. It’s due for a service and needs a full detail inside and out.
Odometer shows – 250484 kms, Engine size 4, manual transmission, seats 5, doors 4, 4×4, diesel engine.
It was bought in Sydney 2251
Paid cash for the car.
The spread of used 2012 Toyota Hilux cars for private sale ranges from roughly as low as $9,500 for a two-door, Ute tray Workmate, 2.7 Litre ULP engine with a 5-speed manual transmission, up to $45,000 for the SR5 4×4 with a 3.0L Diesel engine and a 4-speed automatic transmission.
The 2012 Hilux range had a slight revamp, setting it apart from previous models. These Toyotas have new fenders, bumpers, grilles, bonnets, and even headlamps. Some variations gained newly styled wheels and the whole range now has anti-skid brakes. All variants now have either a standard inclusion of cruise control, or a limited slip-differential if its a 4×4 Workmate. Stability control and side and curtain airbags were also added to several versions, as well as a new and improved audio system and climate control feature.
With so many options for body kits, engines, and transmissions, there are nearly 40 different standard variations of the 2012 Toyota Hilux that you may be selling. The body kits include:
-The 4×2 Single Cab (in Manual or Auto, either workmate or SR variations with Cab Chassis or pick-up option, and Turbo Diesel or V6 engine). The Workmate CC TD Manual is a new variant for the 2012 range.
-The 4×2 Xtra Cab (in Auto or Manual with option for TD or V6 engines). The SR TD Manual is a new variant in the 2012 range.
-The 4×2 Double Cab (Options for Workmate/SR/SR5 with manual or auto with L4, TD or V6 engine). The SR5 V6 manual was discontinued in the 2012 range.
-The 4×4 Single Cab (In Auto or Manual as either Workmate or SR, both with Cab Chassis, option for V6 or TD engine). The Workmate CC TD Auto and Manual are both new variants in the 2012 range. The SR CC V6 auto and manual were both discontinued in this year.
-The 4×4 Xtra Cab (All manual with either SR, SR CC, or SR5 with option for TD or V6 engines). The SR5 V6 manual was discontinued, and the SR TD manual is a new variant added in the 2012 range.
– The 4×4 Double Cab (In manual or auto as Workmate/SR/SR5, with TD or V6 engines). The Workmate TD manual and auto are both new additions to the 2012 Toyota Hilux Range.
Much of the range saw either new additions, or price decreases from as little as a $400 cut in the 4×4 double cab SR V6s, to a $5,650 cut in the 4×4 Xtra Cab SR5 TD manual. The greatest price increase was $900 in the 4×2 Single Cab SR CC V6 manual and auto, and $800 in the 4×2 double cab SR V6 manual and auto. Keep in mind that these price changes reflect new vehicles and that sales of used Toyota Hiluxs will vary greatly depending on the odometer, service history, and condition of the car at the time of sale.
Condition report – This car has no sunroof, leather or Satellite Navigation. It has minor scratches around the body, some wheel curbing and It needs a full detail inside and out.
Odometer reading shows – 208220 kms, engine 4, Automatic transmission, seats 7, doors 5, 4X4, diesel engine.
It was bought in Brisbane, QLD 4520.
Paid cash for the car, $23,500.
The 2010 Toyota Landcruiser Prado marks a point of distinction in the Prado range as it was the first major update after seven years. The body is longer and slightly lower to add to agility and handling, without sacrificing on luxury. There are 5 and 7-seater options, a new 3-door option, and and a sliding second row. New cars in the range have a $4,000 price increase for entry level cars meaning the lowest new car available is $55,990 and the top of line Kakadu TD comes out at $88,990.
Most buyers of the Toyota Landcruiser opt for the Turbodiesel engine, but the petrol actually tends to handle the slightly heavier update a bit more gracefully. The Landcruiser wasn’t designed so much for passing other cars on the highway, but more for navigating over rocky, rough terrain and taking passengers to new places off the beaten track. There is no specific variant that is objectively the best as it all depends on what kind of driver you are and what you intend for your adventures.
Take a look at the range of options in the 2010 range:
–GX: This comes in either a 4×4 with a 3.0L Diesel engine and a 5-speed sequential automatic, or a 3.0L diesel with a 6-speed manual transmission. Used prices start at around $23,000 for private sales and go up to $35,000.
-GXL: This comes in 5-speed sequential automatic or 6-speed manual transmission with option for 4.0L ULP or 3.0L Diesel engine. Private sales for used Prado GXLs start around $20,000 and go up to roughly $43,000 AUD.
-Kakadu: This 4×4 comes only with a 5-speed sequential automatic transmission with either a ULP or Diesel engine. The used private sales start at $29,000 and go up to almost $50,000.
-SX: This 4×4 comes only with a 5-speed sequential automatic transmission and a 3.0L diesel engine. Used cars start in the low $30,000s and get up to $35,000 AUD.
-VX: This comes only in 5-speed sequential automatic in either 4.0L ULP or 3.0L Diesel engine. This variation goes for $28-45,000 used in private sales.
-ZR:This comes only as a 5-speed sequential automatic with a 3.0L diesel engine and goes for between $25,00-$31,000 AUD.
When buying or selling a Toyota Landcruiser it’s important to keep in mind that used prices vary greatly depending on odometer readings, extra features and general condition of the body and interior.
Condition report – The car has no sunroof, no leather and no sat nav. There’re also a few dents around the tailgate. It needs a full detail inside and out.
Odometer reads – 269,000kms, engine size 6, automatic transmission, seats 7, doors 4, RWD, petrol engine.
It was bought in Melbourne Vic 3131
paid cash for the car, $1,750.
It may be hard to spot the differences between the 2009 Ford Territory range and its predecessors. One factor that the company notes is the modifications made to the powertrain that have improved the consumption ratings by 0.6Litres/100km. This may not seem like much but Territory drivers tend to put in the hard miles and it does add up. 2009 also meant some shifts and changes to the model lineups and the options now include 4.0 litre, 6-cylinder engines with 4-speed automatics or 6-speed auto ZF gearbox. The engines make 190kw and and 383 Nm unless you’ve got a turbocharged engine which makes 245kw and 480 Nm. One of the most notable features in this range is the lack of a diesel option or manual transmission.
Other noticeable improvements, or at least changes, in the 2009 Ford Territory range is the new front bumper, bonnet, grilles, fog lamp and headlamps. There is also a new exterior package available that provides the option for new door handle colours, belt moulding, and body colour bumpers and door cladding. The interiors all come with new finishes and highlights and the option for either the TS or the Ghia interior theme.
While costs have generally increased throughout the range (by $500-$1000 on all variants), new additions such as 18-inch alloys, privacy glass, body colour packages, Alpine DVD system, side-steps, leather wrapped steering wheels and more add over $3,000 in value if not more. Used prices vary greatly and depend on how many kilometres are on the odometer, extra features and specifications, as well as the overall condition of the engine, the body, and the interior furnishings. Take a quick look at the range of powertrains, engines, and transmissions and how used prices differ within private sales. Keep in mind that most will sell for lower than asking price and these factor in relatively low mileage, and very good condition.
-Ghia: This comes as a 4×4 with a 4.0L, ULP engine with 6-speed automatic transmission. Prices start around $8,000 AUD.
It also comes as a Rear-Wheel-Drive with the same engine and a 4-speed automatic transmission. Prices are slightly higher than the 4×4, starting around $10,000.
-Ghia Turbo: This Territory is a 4×4 with a 4.0L ULP engine and a 6 speed automatic transmission. Private sales start at roughly $14,000.
-SR: The SR comes with a 4.0L, ULP engine as either a 4×4 with a 6-speed auto trans or a RWD with a 4-speed auto trans. Private sales start around $6,000.
-SR2: THe SR2 comes in the same variations as the SR but prices run slightly higher, starting at $7,000.
-TS: This car has a 4.0L ULP engine with a 6-speed or 4-speed auto trans as either a 4×4 or RWD and prices starts around $6,000.
-TS Limited Edition: This edition is only offered with the 4-speed automatic transmission and the standard engine. It is RAW and starts around $12,000.
-Turbo: This variant has the standard engine and only comes with a 6-speed automatic transmission starting at $10,000.
-TX: Like the variants above, options are for 4×4/RWD and 6 or 4 speed auto transmission. Sales starts at $6,000.
Overall the Ford Territory drives somewhere between a rough off-roader and an urban family car so it seems to fulfill the needs of many drivers. Perhaps it is not mechanically any different then the previous versions but some manufacturers believe in consistency within a model that works. With greater changes in the 2010 range, there are likely to be many 2009 Ford Territory models changing hands and finding new homes.
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Condition report – This car has no spare key or Sat Nav. The front panel is all scratched and there’s a few small dents. Car due for service. It needs a full detail inside and out.
Odometer reads – 188117 kms, engine size 8, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 4,front wheel drive, petrol engine.
It was bought in Sydney NSW 2143
paid cash for the car, $5250.
There are many Holden Commodores circulating around the streets, making their way to their second and third owners. Good things to look out for if you’re buying or selling a Holden Commodore is paint deterioration or signs of peeling in the clear coat. Cars that have had more regular polishing will have a much better chance of a lasting coat. While Holden changed their servicing periods to 15,000kms, engines do much better with oil changes at 10,000kms so check the service history and see how the individual car has been taken care of. If you want to make sure the automatic transmission is still in good nic, go for a test drive and listen for strange sounds, shaking, or stickiness on shifting.
The beloved Holden Commodore 2010 range comes in either a Sedan or a Wagon with several different variations in each category. Today, the average 2010 Holden Commodore sells from anywhere between $6,000 and $19,000 if it’s in extremely good condition, with low miles, sold through a platform. Prices will vary outside of this range depending on kilometres driven, wear and tear, extra features, and the servicing history.
-Berlina: The Berlina comes in Dual Fuel and International variants and has the option of 6.0L pulp, 3.6L LPG, and 3.0L ULP engines with six or 4-speed automatic transmissions. The used Berlinas start off at about $4,500 for private sales.
-International: The International has a 3.0L ULP engine with a 6-speed auto transmission and also comes in a D/Fuel variant with a 3.6L LPG engine with a 4-speed auto trans. These start around $6,900 AUD.
-Omega: The standard Omega variation comes with the 3.0L ULP engine and 6-speed auto transmission. It also comes as a D/Fuel, D/Fuel 60th anniversary, and 60th Anniversary variations, all with a 3.6L LPG engine and a 4-speed automatic transmission. These start around $5,800 AUD.
-SS: The SS has a 6.0L PULP engine and a 6-speed transmission in either auto or manual. They start selling at around $16,00 AUD.
-SS-V: These come as the standard SS-V, the redline edition, or the 60th anniversary edition and all three have the same engine and transmission options as the SS. These start around $14,900 for the SS-V, $12,000 for the 60th anniversary, and $17,900 for the redline.
-SS-V SE: This variant has the same options as the SS and starts selling in private, used sales, at about $18,000.
-SV6: This variant comes with a 3.6L ULP engine and either a manual or automatic 6-speed transmission.
-Berlina: The Berlina also has an international variant and both have a 3.0L ULP engine with 6-speed automatic transmission. They start selling around $4,500 in used, private sales.
-International: This variation has the same engine and transmission as the Berlina and starts used sales around $6,500 AUD.
-Omega: The Omega also has the standard engine and transmission setup and starts selling around $5,500. It also has a 60th anniversary edition that has a 3.6L ULP, 4-speed auto trans.
-SS:This comes with the 6.0L PULP engine with either a manual or automatic 6-speed transmission. Sales starts around $14,000.
-SS-V: This has the same options as the SS but also comes in redline edition.
-SS-V SE: Same as above.
-SV6: This only comes with a 3.6L ULP with 6-speed automatic transmission.
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Condition report – The car has no spare key, no sunroof and no Satellite Navigation. It has a few scrapes around the body, Needs a full detail inside and out.
Odometer reads – 147587 kms, engine size 4, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 5, 4X4 Drive, diesel engine.
It was bought in Brisbane , QLD 4520
Paid cash for the car, $8,500.
Editions and Variants
The first ix35s rolled out in 2010 with three editions on the table including the active, the elite, and the Highlander. The SE wasn’t released until 2013. This mid-size SUV has been an all around good car that ticks most boxes for the average driver who spends most driving time in urban and suburban areas. The iX35 is fitted with either a 2.0L, a 2.4L, or a 2.0L CRDi variant engine and both petrol and diesel are available.
The entry-level Active edition is paired only with a 2.0L petrol engine, is Front-wheel-drive, and has the option for either a 5-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. It is the only edition that has a manual transmission available.
The Elite can be paired with any of the engines, including turbo-diesel, has the option for 6-speed automatic transmission only, and can be in Front-wheel-drive or All-wheel-drive.
The Highlander comes with either the 2.4L petrol engine or the 2.0 CRDi turbo-diesel, a 6-speed automatic transmission, and all-wheel-drive.
The SE that came out in 2013 can pair with the 2.0L petrol engine in FWD, or the turbo-diesel in AWD, both with a 6-speed automatic transmission.
Engine Power and Torque
The 2.0L petrol engine makes 122kW and 197Nm, the 2.4 L petrol engine makes 130kW and 227 Nm, and the 2.0L CRDi turbo-diesel makes 135kW and 392 Nm. The petrol engines have 4 valves/aluminium cylinder, compression ratios of 10.5:1, and a continuously variable intake and exhaust valve timing. The Diesel engine also has four valves per aluminium cylinder, a compression ratio of 16.0:1, variable geometry turbocharger, a diesel particulate filter, and chain-driven double overhead camshafts.
The Hyundai iX35 is a popular car amongst families with ample leg room, a sliding back row of seats and easily accessed boot space. The 591 Litres of cargo room can expand up to 1436 Litres with the seats down making it a great vehicle for camping, moving, or transporting large items. Compared to previous models, the iX35 is slightly longer, wider, and lower, so it’s important to check for scuffs and scratches if a previous owner has done any off-road adventures. Spare parts are generally easily available in Australia. While you’re at it, check for any crunching sounds on shifting, or any delayed starting with a TD engine.
All editions of the iX35 received a 5-star ANCAP safety rating. The standard safety packages include airbags in the front, rear, side and curtain, Automatic Braking system, electronic stability control and brake force distribution, traction control, hill-start assist and downhill braking assist, pretensioners and load limiter seat belts, anti-submarining front seats and active seat head restraints.
Before the roll out of the 2011 range, some interesting updates were made including bluetooth connectivity, an electric power unit rather than hydraulic steering for reduced kickback, rear-parking sensors, darker privacy glass and an ASD system. The entry-level Active editions no longer included the power adjustable driver’s seats.
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2010 kia Sorento – are you selling
Condition report: The car has no spare key, no sunroof or Sat Nav. Some stone chips on the bonnet and a few minor scratches around the drivers and passengers doors. Needs a full detail inside and out.
Odometer shows – 191628 kms, Engine size 4, Auto transmission, seats 7, doors 5, 4X4, Diesel engine.
It was bought in Brisbane QLD 4505
Paid $8,000 cash for the car.
The 2010 range of the Kia Sorento, launched in 2009, has a list of engine, axel and fuel variations that can be confusing to figure out at first glance. If you delve a bit deeper, you’ll see that Kia has already done the work of creating ensembles made for the best performance. The options you’ll find in this range include:
The choice of diesel engine comes with a 2.2 litre turbo-diesel, four cylinder requirement in all-wheel drive with the option for either a 6-speed manual or auto transmission. These cars make 145 kW and 422 Nm for manual, while auto transmissions get 436Nm of torque.
If you’re into petrol engines then you’re looking at the 2.4 litre front-wheel-drive with a required 6-speed automatic transmission (436 Nm torque as well).
While the power of the Sorento beats out several of its rivals in the SUV market, it still doesn’t quiet hit the same mark as the Discovery, Pajero or the Cherokee.
The 2010 range is also the most compact variation from it’s time to the current Sorento models yet it still has the option for third-row seating and is absolutely a spacious, family-style vehicle.
The brand new, drive-away prices in 2009 began at roughly $36,000 and went up to $49,190. Used models that are currently on the market for private sale go for anywhere from $8,000 to $21,000 depending on the engine, kilometres, service history, and overall condition.
These family friendly cars get a 5 star ANCAP safety rating (the highest possible) and it’s emissions and fuel economy have been improved since the time of its predecessors. Current economy is reported at 6.7 per hundred kilometres with a manual transmission, and 7.4 for automatic. The emissions report states emissions of 177g/km, a competitive rating for cars in its class.
If you’re selling another car and looking for a Kia Sorento, make sure to find out what the car was primarily used for. While the first generation Sorento’s were designed for off-roading, second generation models were simplified to accomodate the lives of parents carting kids to and from after-school activities. If the previous owner spent lots of time driving in the bush, overall wear and tear is likely to be a lot heavier. The engines on the Sorento have few reported problems if services have been carried out regularly. Since these particular engines make for a really quiet drive, if you hear any unusual noise then you may have some issues under the bonnet. In general, used Kia Sorento’s are regarded as reliable vehicles.
2012 Holden Captiva – sell my car
Condition report – The car has no leather or sat Nav. It needs new tyres and a full detail inside and out, a few scratches across the bumper. It’s due for a service.
Odometer reads – 120243 kms, engine size 4, automatic transmission, seats 7, doors 5, FWD, Diesel engine.
It was bought in Melbourne , VIC 3677
Paid $8,000 cash for the car
The current range of private, online sales for the 2012 Holden Captiva starts at roughly $6,000 and goes up to $19,000 depending on kilometres driven, fuel and transmission type, servicing history, number of owners and general wear and tear on the body and interior.
The Captiva was Holden’s entry into family-sized SUV vehicles. As opposed to its previous European imports and Australian made vehicles, the Captiva was built in Korea. Even so, there tend to be Holden dealerships throughout the country that have access to necessary replacement parts, so servicing shouldn’t be a big issue.
As was the case with other SUVs in the same market, the 2012 Captiva version was a move away from serious off-roading gear towards a city-safe, family-friendly car. This move was reflected in the Front-wheel-drive options as opposed to all-wheel-drive, which in turn led to a better fuel economy, also a plus for families on a budget.
With the exception of the sporty Maxx option, all Captiva versions can be fitted with a third row of seats, ideal for families with several children or friends that come along for the ride. If all seats are used, the storage is somewhat limited however. If you’re able to fold down the back seat then you’ll get 1,565 litres of boot space. Throughout the cabin you’ll also find plenty of storage compartments including two centre consoles, several drink holders, seat back storage, a floor compartment and even a glove box cooler!
Diesel options include either 2.0 or 2.2 litre, both turbo diesel, and a 3.0 litre V6. There are 2.4 and 3.6 litre V6 petrol engines as well. The 2.2 litre diesel option is the most economical of the lot.
If you’re buying or selling a Captiva then you’ll need to be aware of the common problems that occur with the used models as this will affect the price you’re able to get.:
Cam-timing belts on diesel engines need to be replaced every 90,000 kms so its important to have a record of the service history. The V6 timing chains can also stretch out and are much more expensive to replace, so be weary of an unusually noisy test drive.
If tyres are worn in an asymmetrical pattern, it may mean that the wheel alignment is off, which is somewhat difficult to align properly in the Captiva.
There have been a few other reports of miscellaneous problems such as fuel hose leaks, exhaust oxygen sensor failure, and issues with braking. If in doubt, get a mechanic to check things out.
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2012 Nissan Dualis – are you selling
Condition report – The car has no spare key, sunroof, leather or Sat Nav. chipped paint across the bonnet and drivers door . It needs a detail inside and out.
Odometer shows – 122918 kms, engine size 5, Manual transmission, seats 5, doors 5, FWD, Petrol engine.
It was bought in Sydney 2761
Paid $4,750 cash for the car
The Dualis was created, and named, for serving as a family-friendly hatchback as well as it’s dual purpose as a small sized SUV four-wheel-drive. This unique vehicle mash-up was essentially the first of it’s own category here in Australia and ranked up some healthy sales in each of it’s sections.
While it has more ground clearance than most hatchbacks and handles off-roading relatively well, it doesn’t quite have the height of typical four-wheel drive. Interestingly enough, most of the actual sales made in Australia were for two-wheel-drives, indicative of the intention for most buyers. That said, some do opt for the 4WD to cross more rugged terrain in the Aussie bush. If you’re into that, allow for a good few days to get parts imported if something goes wrong. As long as the issue isn’t with the standard fit safety equipment, most mechanics should be able to do a sufficient job at repairing a Dualis. Otherwise, there are dealerships in many areas of the country as Nissan has been driving the Aussie roads for over half a century.
While this particular Nissan was made in a UK factory as opposed to the original Japanese factories, the quality appears to be on par and still decently reliable, compared to other Nissan models.
The 2012 Nissan Dualis is fitted with a 2.0 litre 4 cylinder engine with option for a 6-speed manual transmission or Continuously Variable Automatic transmission that has an option for manually operated ratios.
When dealing with a used vehicle, whether buying or selling a Nissan Dualis, the transmission and gear changing is one of the first things to look for. Any excessive noise, roughness, or stickiness on shifting should be inspected by someone experienced in transmission issues.
While the Dualis is marketed as somewhat of an off-road vehicle, the 2012 and later versions, especially two-wheel-drives, aren’t really designed for too much wear and tear. If the exterior looks pretty dinged up, you’ll want to make sure the car has a regular service history and proper detailing.
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2009 Nissan Navara – are you selling
Condition report – The car has no sunroof, leather or Sat Nav. light scratches across drivers door, and slight tear on drivers seat. It needs a detail inside and out.
Odometer shows – 145752 kms, engine size 4, Manual transmission, seats 5, doors 4, 4×4 drive, diesel engine.
It was bought in Adelaide 5045
Paid $12,000 cash for the car
The private online sales of the 2009 Nissan Navara ranges from roughly $6,000 to $23,000 depending on service history, kilometres driven, number of owners, use of car (occupational or recreational etc.) and general wear and tear.
Engine options are 2.5 litre diesel or 4.0 litre petrol engine with either 5-speed auto or a 5 or 6-speed manual transmission. The Diesel engine makes 128 KW and 403 Nm of torque, while the petrol made 198 Kw. By far the most purchased options were the Diesel engine and 5-speed auto trans.There are also several different editions with various safety and performance packages at different price points.
The dual-cab off-roading vehicles have steadily been gaining popularity over the last decade with major players such as the Mitsubishi Triton and the long-loved Toyota Hilux. The Nissan Navara, while often considered a step down from the top names, is making a comfy spot for itself in this rising genre. The appeal, at least in theory, is the capabilities for rough terrain with the toughness to be a work horse, and enough room to drive around friends or children if needed.
The Fuel economy is nothing to boast about except in the occasion of off-roading in the bush where it can comfortable blunder along without revving the engine and therefore uses much less than its petrol counterpart.
Unfortunately, while the Navara was marketed as somewhat of an off-road vehicle, this puts buyers of secondhand vehicles at risk of significant wear and tear. Things to look for are underbody damage, radiator damage, drive-shaft issues, and other problems from driving on rough terrain. As with any used car, it is ideal to get a proper mechanic to check everything out to make sure it’s not going to have a major issue surprise you.
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2010 hyundai ix35 – sell my car
Condition report – has no sunroof or Sat Nav. There is paint fading and light scratches on the bottom of the bumper. It needs a detail inside and out.
Odometer reads – 125741 kms, Engine size 4, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 5, 4×4 drive, petrol engine.
It was bought in Brisbane, QLD 4814.
Paid $7,200 cash for the car.
The 2010 version of the Hyundai iX35 was the first of a lineup that expanded over the next five years. This variation was before the days of the turbo diesel SE and came in the original Active, Elite, and Highlander,
2007 Nissan Navara – are you selling
Condition report – has no sunroof, leather or Sat Nav. some wheel curbing. A few scratches on the hood. And It needs a full detail inside and out.
Odometer reading shows – 16,236 kms, engine 6, Manual transmission, seats 5, doors 4, 4×4 drive, Diesel engine.
It was bought in Melbourne , VIC 3138
Paid cash for the car.
2013 suzuki alto –sell my car
Condition report – The car has no sunroof, leather, Sat Nav or hub caps. A small dent in the passengers side door. It needs a full detail inside and out.
Odometer reads – 70,000 kms, engine size 4, Automatic transmission, seats 4, doors 5, front wheel drive, petrol engine.
It was bought in Sydney 2213
paid cash for the car
2005 Mazda MX-5 – sell my car
Condition report – The car has no spare key, sunroof or Sat Nav. Has a few light scratches on the drivers door. Needs a full detail inside and out.
Odometer reads – 96609 kms, Automatic transmission, seats 2, doors 2, RWD, Petrol engine.
It was bought in Sydney 2257
paid cash for the car
2011 Nissan x trail – sell my car
Condition report – The car has no sunroof, sat nav or leather. There is a small dent in the drivers door with a few scratches. It needs a full detail inside and out.
Odometer reads – 71,442kms, Automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 5, 4×4, Petrol engine.
It was bought in Melbourne 3192
paid cash for the car
2016 Holden Commodore – sell my car
Condition report – The car has no sunroof or leather. All wheels have been curbed and front bumper has scratches.It needs a full detail inside and out.
Odometer reads – 20, 507 kms, engine size 2, Automatic transmission, seats 2, doors 2, front wheel drive, diesel engine.
It was bought in Perth, 6163
paid $34,000 cash for the car
Private, online sales of both the wagon and sedan variations of the 2016 Holden Commodore range in asking price from roughly $14,00 to $56,000 with a mean price of roughly $28,000 depending on the features, kilometres driven, number of owners, service history and general wear and tear. The available variations on this model are the Evoke, the SS, the SS Black, SS V Redline, SV6, and the SV6 Black with several editions and limited time features circulating throughout current Commodore owners.
The 2016 models had several engine options in various combinations with transmissions including: 3.0L, 3.6 L, and 6.2L petrol engines. The 3.0L only has the option for a 6-speed automatic transmission, the 3.6 L comes with a 6-speed automatic transmission unless you have an SV6 Black pack which allows you to choose a manual transmission. The 6.2 L has the option for either automatic or manual 6-speed transmission.
If you’re selling a Holden Commodore in Perth, you’ll most likely be aware of the iconic status of these vehicles. Back in 1978, this long-loved Australian vehicle made it’s way into dealerships and went on to live a life of driving suburban roads, city streets, and Aussie countryside. What’s special about these latest Commodore’s is the fact that they will no longer be produced on Australian soil. If you’re selling your Commodore to upgrade to another Holden, don’t fret. You’ll still be able to enjoy these classic vehicles, but they’ll be coming over from Open in the UK, General Motor’s European company.
One of the most popular variations of the 2016 Holden Commodore lineup is the SS-V. Not only is it great value ranging between $35-$45,000 but it’s fitted with an elegantly powerful V8 engine that makes 304 kW and 570 Nm. Keen observers may recognise this engine from the all too famous Chevy Corvette. While this car can be slightly noisy and a tad sticky on the clutch, it handles very well and is a pleasure to drive.
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In the simplest of terms, we pay cash for cars, bikes, and boats, and we do it quickly. When you’re searching “sell my car” on the internet and sifting through the various unknown websites, their promises and arduous buying processes, we hope to be a beacon of light offering a transparent and, dare we say, easy, service. Selling a car shouldn’t be a burden, it should be a safe and stress free process and we’re confident that we make that available to anyone simply looking for cash for their car.
Our employees are locals in each area as well as fellow car owners and sellers, so we can relate personally to anyone selling a car who is weighing up risks and dealing with sentimental attachments. We’ve been offering cash for cars for over 35 years and we’d like to think that our system is nearly flawless, if not downright enjoyable.
If you are looking to sell your car fast for cash or you are in the market to sell your car in general, we are the right seller for you. Sell your car with Are You Selling today and be confident that you are dealing with a safe, professional and transparent company in the car buying industry. Sell my car fast now.
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