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Old 3rd June 2005, 10:10   #1
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How cost effective will it be to exchange a Xing XP 2004 for a Getz basic model. (Considering the heavy discounts being offered on Getz).
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How cost effective will it be to exchange a Xing XP 2004 for a Getz basic model. (Considering the heavy discounts being offered on Getz).
All the dealers will have a used car broker working with them as consultant. Going with them is as good as selling your vehicle to a used car showroom.

If you insist that you want to sell your vehicle to a direct customer, these consultants will organize for a direct buyer. They will struck a deal with the buyer saying that he needs to give them Rs.10000/- flat for the price they get the car. This means you will not get the actual market price ( end user sale price)

If you take TVS ( authorized dealers for Honda) they pay you the cash and take the vehicle & sell it off. I do not think Hyundai does this way. I agree that there is not much difference between two other than Honda putting initial investment

I suggest to sell it through ad in newspaper and keep the purchase of Getz separate.
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Thanks for the information
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It is better to sell the old car through your own efforts , place a ad in news paper, spread the word within your frind circle. If you try the 'Trade In' approch you will save time and efforts but suffer financial loss.
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Sush never trade through dealer they always give you lesser price. I was quoted Rs. 6L 20K for my NHC at honda but sold at 6.45L through direct..
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yes, sush.

I very strongly suggest u'll have an extra 10-15k with urself if u sell the car on ur own.
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