How do I know I’m getting the best deal on a used car in Hampshire?

To find out always consider the ‘cost to change’, the difference between the retail price of our car and the trade value of your car, rather than solely base your decision on your part exchange valuation.

All of our cars are extremely competitively priced - we check every day against market values. Now, we could decide to add £1,000 to the price of our car and then offer you £500 more for your part exchange, would you be happy with that? We don’t think so as the ‘cost to change’ for you in this scenario is £500 more. You would be getting a better trade price for your car but the overall deal would not be as good and you wouldn’t be buying a competitively priced car from us.

We prefer to be open and transparent by offering you a really competitively priced car whilst providing a top trade valuation for your car.

How do we determine the value of your part exchange?

More importantly how can you be sure you’re getting the top trade valuation for your part exchange?

We use the industry standard CAP (Current Auction Pricing) tool to provide you with 3 trade valuations based on the following CAP standards:

  • CAP Clean  –  Showroom Condition
  • CAP Average  –  Good Condition
  • CAP Below  –  Poor Condition

Who is CAP?

Every month CAP collects millions of pieces of data about thousands of new and used cars in the UK. They talk to motorists, manufacturers, car dealers, and a huge range of car experts.

They’ve been doing this for over 30 years. Dealers, car manufacturers, insurers, lenders, car hire firms rely on the accuracy and independence of their car valuations.

Now we are sharing their expertise with you and by using our free part exchange valuation tool you can get an accurate & reliable part exchange valuation.

Click here to return to the part exchange valuation page.

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