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  • Sold in: Perth

    2016 Holden Commodore – sell my car

    $34000

    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.

    Are you Buying or Selling a car that isn’t a Holden? Check out our comprehensive list of Buying and Selling Guides over here.

  • Sold in: Perth

    2007 Nissan Navara – sell my car

    $3750

    2007 Nissan Navara – sell my car
    Condition  report – The car has no service books, spare key, sunroof, leather or sat nav. There are scuffs across the drivers seat. It needs a detail inside and out.
    Odometer shows – 214490kms, engine size 4, Manual transmission, seats 5, doors 5, 4 wheel drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in West Australia  , WA
    Paid $3,750 cash for the car.

    On the current private sales market online, the used 2007 Nissan Navara sells for anywhere between $7,000 to $21,000 providing the car has low miles and is in relatively good shape. The asking price also relies on number of previous owners, up to date service history, extra features, engine and transmission type, and the overall condition of the vehicle.

    The Navara comes only as a Ute but has a few different variations to choose from. There is a 2.5L, 3.0L, and 4.0L engine with the options for Diesel only with the 2.5 and 3.0, or petrol with the 4.0L. Transmissions range from 5-speed automatic, 5-speed manual 4×4, and 6-speed manual transmission depending on the corresponding engine. 2007 Nissan Navara versions include the DX, RX, ST-R, and ST-X. The ST-X is the only variation that has a non-4×4 option, a rear-wheel-drive, for those who aren’t interested in off-road driving and will use it as more of a work horse or a tradie vehicle.

    By 2007, the popular D40 Nav’ (as driver’s call it colloquially) had much evolved from it’s D22 predecessor that launched way back in the early 1990’s. It has a lot more muscle, in true fashion with the dual-cab Utes that have steadily gained a following in Australia in the last decade or so. While the dual-cab lacks the tray length of the original single cab Chassis, the additional row of seats and extra wide body makes for a leisurely roomy interior that provides the option to use it as both a work vehicle and a family car, or at least a car for driving friends around.

    When selling a Nissan Navara, the price relies heavily on standard and extra features of the particular model of car you’re selling. Things to know about used 2007 Nissan Navaras are: While they are relatively rugged off-road, in some cases the clutch needed to be replaced, even with regular servicing; the fuel economy isn’t that great with a rating of roughly 12L or more per 100K on city streets, which only improves to 11L/100Km on the highway; the original tyres tend to last for many years depending on driving conditions. As servicing as a reputation for being pricey, make sure you check the service history so you aren’t hit with a huge bill when you go in for your first tune up.

    Selling a Nissan Pathfinder instead? Check out our Buying and Selling Guide here. Selling a different car altogether? Check out all of our Buying and Selling Guides for anyone Selling a car in Perth.

  • Sold in: Perth

    2012 Kia Grand Carnival – sell my car

    $7500

    2012 Kia Grand Carnival – sell my car
    Condition report – The car has no spare key, no sunroof, no leather and no sat nav. It has a few scrapes around the body, it  needs new tyres and it’s due for a service.
    Odometer reads – 121823 kms, engine size 4, automatic transmission, seats 8, doors 5, rear wheel drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Perth, WA 6390
    Paid $7,500 cash for the car

    The 2012 Kia Grand Carnival is on the private market for an asking price anywhere between $9,000 and $28,000. The prices reflect cars in relatively good condition with few previous owners, low kilometres, regular service history, spare keys, possibly extra features, tyres that are in good shape, and a recent service. Where any of these things are missing, the asking and offered price starts to come down. The Kia Grand Carnival 2012 version comes only as a “people mover” and has the option for the Platinum, S, Si, and SLi, and ascending order of retail price.  Diesel engines come as 2.2L with a 6-speed automatic transmission, while the petrol option has a 3.5L, also with a 6-speed automatic transmission. There were no options for manual with the Carnival. Both options are front-wheel-drive. If you’re looking at the option between petrol and diesel, the diesel makes 93Nm more in torque, but 59kW less in power. If you’re more interested in fuel economy, the diesel engine has been rated at getting roughly 8.1L/100km while the petrol engine gets 10.9 Litres.

    The diesel engine in the 2012 model is a downgrade in terms of capacity (formerly a 2.9L), but an upgrade in terms of power and torque, now making 143kW and 429Nm. The transmission also has one addition gear, up from a 5-speed, another part of the justification for an almost $2,500 price increase from the model before.

    True to its name as a People Mover, and a leader in its category, the Kia Grand Carnival can seat up to eight fully grown people with the first five seats as bucket seats and the last row a bench of three spots. If owners are after more space for things rather than passengers, the middle row can be taken out for easy loading with access straight into the middle of the vehicle. Unlike some 8-seater vehicles that really cram people in, the Carnival is pleasantly roomy, no matter where you’re seated. For anyone regularly carting around several kids or friends on long car trips, a used Kia Carnival is definitely sought after.

    In terms of buying or selling a used 20120 Kia Grand Carnival, it is reported that spare parts are relatively easy to find on short notice and don’t tend to break the bank when it comes to mechanical labour. Kia dealers are also abundant throughout Australia, but are concentrated in the more populated city centres, so they may be harder to access from regional areas. As with all used vehicles, it is recommended that any servicing on safety equipment is not worked on except by Kia dealerships and approved mechanics.

    Not selling a 2012 Kia Grand Carnival? Check out our Buying & Selling Guide for the Kia Cerato here, or our comprehensive list of guides here.

  • Sold in: Perth

    2008 Ford FPV F6 Tornado – sell my car

    $12000

    2008 FPV F6 Tornado – sell my car

    Condition report – The roof lining needs redoing, the steering wheel is all worn out and there’re paint chips around the body. It has no service history and is due for a service. It needs a full detail inside and out.

    Odometer reading is – 152849 kms, engine size 6, automatic transmission, seat 2, doors 2, rear wheel drive, petrol engine.

    It was bought in Perth, WA 6051

    Paid $12,000 cash for the car.

    Thought by many car enthusiasts to be Australia’s top performance vehicle to date, the Ford FPV shines far above the rest of its famed brand’s products. Key word here is performance as the FPV tornado is not exactly designed to be a family car. After all, FPV is an acronym for Ford Performance Vehicles, and the Tornado certainly fits the bill.

    This model is a two-door Ute, rear-wheel-drive, making an impressive 270 kW of power at 5250 rpm and 550 Nm torque between 2000 to 4000 rpm. The four-litre 270T turbo petrol engine comes with the option for a manual or automatic transmission, both 6-speed. Together with the engine and it’s live rear axle and double wishbone front suspension, this car has no problem with acceleration and handling creative roadways and tight turns. What may have originally been a tradie’s favourite vehicle for carrying tools around town became a fast and powerful machine for skilled drivers.

    The impressive power and torque make for a less impressive combined consumption reported at roughly 13L per 100km. The standard safety equipment included front and side airbags, traction control, electronic brake force control, ABS and pretensioner seat belts. Nothing too flash. Alloy wheels are either 18 or 19 inch depending on the version plus the features that have come to be expected in cars of this caliber and price range including: power doors and mirrors, adjustable, leather-wrapping steering wheel (performance wheel in the later version), 6-speaker sound system, trip computer, remote central locking, auto headlights and cruise control.

    If you’re looking at buying or selling a used 2008 FPV F6 Tornado, sales start at roughly $13,000 and go up to $18,000. This is simply the starting asking price for private sellers and depends greatly on kilometres driven, extra features, number of owners, service history, and overall wear and tear on the vehicle.

    Thinking about Selling a Ford Focus instead? Check out our buying guide here. For our comprehensive Buying & Selling Guides, head over here.

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2008 FPV F6 Tornado – sell my car

Condition report – The roof lining needs redoing, the steering wheel is all worn out and there’re paint chips around the body. It has no service history and is due for a service. It needs a full detail inside and out.

Odometer reading is – 152849 kms, engine size 6, automatic transmission, seat 2, doors 2, rear wheel drive, petrol engine.

It was bought in Perth, WA 6051

Paid $12,000 cash for the car.

Thought by many car enthusiasts to be Australia’s top performance vehicle to date, the Ford FPV shines far above the rest of its famed brand’s products. Key word here is performance as the FPV tornado is not exactly designed to be a family car. After all, FPV is an acronym for Ford Performance Vehicles, and the Tornado certainly fits the bill.

This model is a two-door Ute, rear-wheel-drive, making an impressive 270 kW of power at 5250 rpm and 550 Nm torque between 2000 to 4000 rpm. The four-litre 270T turbo petrol engine comes with the option for a manual or automatic transmission, both 6-speed. Together with the engine and it’s live rear axle and double wishbone front suspension, this car has no problem with acceleration and handling creative roadways and tight turns. What may have originally been a tradie’s favourite vehicle for carrying tools around town became a fast and powerful machine for skilled drivers.

The impressive power and torque make for a less impressive combined consumption reported at roughly 13L per 100km. The standard safety equipment included front and side airbags, traction control, electronic brake force control, ABS and pretensioner seat belts. Nothing too flash. Alloy wheels are either 18 or 19 inch depending on the version plus the features that have come to be expected in cars of this caliber and price range including: power doors and mirrors, adjustable, leather-wrapping steering wheel (performance wheel in the later version), 6-speaker sound system, trip computer, remote central locking, auto headlights and cruise control.

If you’re looking at buying or selling a used 2008 FPV F6 Tornado, sales start at roughly $13,000 and go up to $18,000. This is simply the starting asking price for private sellers and depends greatly on kilometres driven, extra features, number of owners, service history, and overall wear and tear on the vehicle.

Thinking about Selling a Ford Focus instead? Check out our buying guide here. For our comprehensive Buying & Selling Guides, head over here.

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