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  • Sold in: Perth

    2010 Holden Cruze – sell my car

    $1000

    2010 Holden Cruze – sell my car

    Condition report – It needs a heavy detail inside due to smoking odour. The paint on the door handles is peeling, so is the rear window tint. There’s a dent in the pillar, bumper and tailgate. The driver’s seat is also torn.

    Odometer reading is – 12,4875 kms, engine size 4, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 4,  front wheel drive, petrol engine.

    It was bought in Perth, WA 6058

    Paid cash for the car.

    Private online sellers for the 2010 Holden Cruze generally start their asking price around $3,000 and go anywhere up to roughly $12,888. What they will actually get for the car depends largely on the kilometres driven, number of previous owners, availability of service history with regular servicing, features and extras, and general condition of the car. The 2010 has four options including the CD and CDX, either with a 1.8 litre or 2.0 litre engines with manual transmissions running a few grand cheaper in new models. The most powerful option is the 2.0 litre turbo diesel with a 4-cylinder engine that makes 110 kW in power and 320 Nm in torque.

    Holden has gained a special place in the heart of many Australian driver’s and passengers, mostly due to the Holden Commodore that was unveiled in 1978, a truly iconic vehicle in this country. Unfortunately, not all of Holden’s products boasted the same level of quality and reliability, the Cruze included. The Cruze was a Korean-made, hastily created substitute for the costly Astra, pushing its way into an already saturated small-car market. If you’re buying or selling a used 2010 Holden Cruze then there are a few things to be aware of:

    -Between 2009 and 2011 there were several recalls of both Australian and Korean made Cruze vehicles due to a faulty drive shaft. This happened again in 2014.

    -Several reports have been made of oil and fuel leaks.

    -Several reports have been made of defective rear seatbelts and even brake failures with issues in the disc rotors and front pads.

    -Get the transmission checked out before buying or selling a Cruze. A problematic transmission is not only costly in itself but contributes to brake wear out.

    -Take a good long test drive. If you hear excessive rattling, you may be dealing with one of the many Korean-made models that came with build issues.

    -Many 2010 Cruze owners also reported faulty Air conditioning units that couldn’t cool the air, leak water on the floor, and blew out smelly air.

    Consumer reports show several more issues with this model of Holden Cruze including consistent and costly repairs, oil leaks, faulty gaskets, crumbling water houses and many more complaints. Some Cruze owners who had excellent service history and low kilometres found little fault with the model and continue to stand by the brand.

    The upsides to the Holden Cruze are the 5-star ANCAP safety rating, the six airbags, electronic brakeforce distribution, traction control, brake assist and anti-lock brakes that all come with the entry-level option. If you’re mostly a freeway driver you’ll also enjoy the impressive 5.8 litres per 100km fuel consumption rating. If a Cruze isn’t inherently faulty and is well cared for, it just may prove to be a reliable and even enjoy car.

    Whatever the case, it’s always important to have a thorough inspection from a professional mechanic to ensure you’re buying or selling a safe car.

    If you’re thinking about Buying or Selling another type of car, check out our Buying & Selling Car Guides over here.

  • Sold in: Perth

    2011 Nissan Dualis – sell my car

    $6800

    2011 Nissan Dualis – sell my car

    Condition report – There are a few minor dents around the right rear of the car and some noticeable scratches around the body. The front tyres need replacing and detailing is needed inside and out.

    Odometer reading shows – 63182 kms, engine size 4, manual transmission, seats 5, doors 5, front wheel drive, petrol engine.

    It was bought in Perth, WA 6018

    Paid cash for the car.

    The 2011 Nissan Dualis hovers between the small car and medium SUV categories, aiming to please an extra group of drivers and squeeze in just a few more passengers. If you read reviews of the 2007 model, you’ll consistently see how the Dualis struggled to make its way into the Australian market. By 2010, the higher driving position and option for an extra row of seats along with its price shift and extra features gave it a foot in the door and eventually a solid spot in the compact SUV genre.

    The market for used 2011 Nissan Dualis cars starts with an asking price in private sales around $8,000 and goes up to roughy $19,000. The amount a Dualis will actually go for depends largely on the number of previous owner and regular, documented, service history, the odometer, extra features, and overall wear and tear on the body and interior.

    The Dualis comes as either an ST or Ti variation with some nuances within each version, and all have the standard 2.0 litre, 4-cylinder petrol engine. Options for transmission include a CVT auto and a 6-speed manual with a standard front-wheel-drive and option for all-wheel-drive. The engine makes 102kW power and  198 Nm torque which doesn’t exactly make it an accelerating powerhouse. In its favour, the Dualis delivers punch when needed around town and provides smooth gear-shifting while quietly gliding over bumps in the road. For anyone with basic city-driving needs, the Dualis provides all you need.

    The Dualis is best used as a family car in which backseat passengers are almost always small children, as the roominess of its quasi-SUV identity slacks off a bit toward the rear. Even with roomy front seats and plenty of legroom, taller passengers may find their hair brushing against the ceiling in the second row, and may even make solid contact in the third. The boot is a spacious 410 litres so you’ll be able to pack in plenty of groceries, some luggage, and definitely a pram.

    An upside for anyone considering buying a Nissan Dualis is the low carbon dioxide output at 192 g/km and the reasonable 8.2L/100km consumption rating. If you want the full picture however, it’s important to consider potential downsides, especially with the used Dualis. A few things to note:

    -The Dualis engine was downgraded from the X-trail from a 2.5L to a 2.0L and the loss of oomph is definitely noticeable, especially if you plan to move lots of passengers at once.

    -Only the top of the range Ti version has side airbags and stability control so if you’re looking at a different version you’ll need to check if the optional safety package was purchased. All models did receive a 5-star ANCAP rating however.

    -Check rear shock absorbers for an oily film as this is a sign of early failure, common in some Dualis cars. The Dualis is known for its smooth sailing so if a test drive proves to be rather noisy and rattley, you know something isn’t right.

    -Disc rotors have reportedly worn out around the 50,000km mark so make sure you get the brakes checked if you’re buying a heavily used Dualis.

    -Several cars were recalled for steering issues and some consumers reported other steering issues that were costly to fix or resulted in a power-steering failure that left the car drivable but with much more driver effort, reducing the safety.

    As with any used car, it’s important to have a trusted mechanic perform a thorough inspection so you don’t have any surprises on the road. If you’re selling a Nissan Dualis, it’s good to know about potential setbacks that may affect your potential asking price.

    Not looking at the Dualis? We’ve got a Buying & Selling Guide for the popular Nissan Pathfinder here, and a comprehensive Buying & Selling list here.

  • Sold in: Perth

    2012 Jeep Wrangler Sport Limited – sell my car

    $14500

    2012 Jeep Wrangler Sport Limited – sell my car

    Condition report – the car has a small crack in the windscreen, a crack in the front fender and noticeable general wear all around. The interior needs a heavy detail to remove bad odour as well as a polish on the body.

    Odometer reading shows – 119087 kms, Engine size 4, manual transmission, seats 5, doors 5, four wheel drive petrol engine.

    It was bought in Perth, WA 6058

    Paid cash for the car.

    As a car that was designed in the Second World War as an army vehicle, it’s no surprise that the Jeep Wrangler is a rugged, off-road mobile. One of the stand-out features of the Wrangler is its fold-down windscreen and removable doors that allow drivers to experience safari-like open air driving. For more than seven decades the Wrangler hasn’t deviated far from its initial design, and loyal Jeep owners tend to love the nostalgia that comes with these cars. If you opt for the Sport version, you’ll still enjoy the same, long-loved, original features of the Jeep, but with even more kick.

    In terms of used Jeep Wranglers, perhaps a few design updates wouldn’t have been such a downside. The hard-top option tends to leak and may need extra sealing done if the buyer is in a rainy area. If the previous owner hadn’t taken care of this, check for any interior water damage. The less-romantic side of Jeep maintaining the original design from 70 years ago is that you won’t be enjoying any major thrills or comfort features. There is air conditioning, electric windows, and a stereo system, but any extras you’ll have to have installed yourself. Some drivers opted for an upgrade to a touchscreen as well as a reverse camera, which is especially useful if you have a trailer you need to back in to. There have also been some reports of cracking audio and spotty voice recognition so if the stereo is really important to you then you might budget for a new, non-Jeep system.

    The other very important thing to note about the basic design is the lack of an advanced safety package. While there is ABS, traction control, and electronic stability, there is only the bare minimum of front and passenger airbags while side bags are not included and are only optional for the front seats. Seatbelts don’t have pre-tensioners so heavy braking can send passengers uncomfortably forward in their seats with little resistance. The 2012 Wrangler received 4 out of 5 on the ANCAP safety rating which may seem reasonable but most cars these days hit the 5-star mark. If you’re buying or selling a used 2012 Jeep Wrangler, make sure all extra safety features are noted, especially if the car is intended for use as a family vehicle.

    The standard specifications of the Wrangler sport are a 2.8L, 4-cylinder, diesel engine that makes 147 kW and 460 Nm, with a 5-speed automatic transmission. While combined consumption is quoted at 112L./100km and even as low as 8.8L/100km, you should anticipate closer to 12 or 13 litres, especially if you’re going to be driving off-road.

    Not considering selling a 2012 Jeep Wrangler? Check out all of our Buying and Selling Guides here. If you’re ready to Sell your car in Perth, get in touch!

  • Sold in: Perth

    2007 Toyota Hilux SR5 – sell my car

    $11000

    2007 Toyota Hilux SR5 – sell my car

    Condition report – The starter motor needs to be replaced, there’s paint  fade on the bonnet, the front grille is damaged, the left front tyre is worn out, there’s a dent in the tailgate, a small dent in the passenger door and heavy damage to the rear bumper. It needs a full detail.

    Odometer reading shows – 245075 kms, engine size 4, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 5, four wheel drive diesel engine.

    It was bought in Perth, WA

    Paid cash for the car

    In 2016, the Toyota Hilux was rated as one of, if not the top, favourite car of Australia. While this sturdy Ute is designed as a work-horse and an off-road monster, many drivers double its usage as a commuter car, a tow-truck, an adventure mobile, and even a good ol’ family vehicle. As a tradie-style vehicle, the Hilux is relatively basic when it comes to exterior design and interior features, so how did this car become Australia’s most popular vehicle?

    The 4.0L, V6 engine makes up to 175 kW and 376 Nm for petrol and 120 kW and 343 Nm for turbo diesel and comes with either a manual or automatic transmission and the option for a rear or four-wheel-drive. The power in this Ute is plenty for any type of driving, from city to sandy beaches, and can tow just about anything. If it’s being used as a family car, it has a surprisingly roomy 5-person capacity plus containers under the back seats for extra storage. The large side mirrors make for great visibility and the ride is quite smooth if there is weight in the back.

    The basic features include sport seats, cruise control, a decent sound system, alloy wheels, AUX and Bluetooth capability, ABS, and two air-bags. It has only earned a 4-star ANCAP rating which is less than the standard vehicle of today, but still sufficient considering its power and versatility and its ability to handle off-road driving. Fuel economy is quoted at 13.1L/100km for the V6 engine and as low as 8.5L/100km for the Turbo Diesel.

    A few things to note for anyone buying or selling a 2007 Toyota Hilux: The 1KD-FTV engine options had a few reports of leaky fuel-injector seals which can lead to engine failure if it’s not sorted out. As a worker vehicle, the Hilux isn’t designed to be a quiet ride, so it’s important to test the vehicle out to see if the noisy ride if going to bother you over time, especially if the car has a lot of wear and tear. If you plan on having a large toolbox or canopy on the tray, be aware that it will likely block your vision in the rear window. If there are no people or cargo in the back of the cargo, the Hilux does tend to lose some traction on wet roads. If you plan to squeeze in 5 people or you make long road trips often, the Hilux may get a bit tight or uncomfortable for rear passengers.

    Regardless of the potential downsides, of which they are few and often not a problem, Hilux owners tend to rate their vehicles with 5-stars. They are power houses that can carry anything, take you anywhere, and even double as a family car and a working vehicle.

    If you’re not looking at buying or selling a 2007 Toyota Hilux, you may be interested in our Buying and Selling guides for the Hiace, Corolla, or Tarago. If you’ve got the info you need and you’re ready to sell a car in Perth, get in touch with us today!

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