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Old 18th January 2010, 00:22   #76
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Originally Posted by nirmalts View Post
Trying to sell my car for the last 1 month, I realised that there are three categories of buyers

1. The ones who doesn't understand accessories and simply wants a car to move from A to B
2. The ones who understands accessories, but knows that they have no resale, and hence try to make a quick deal to grab them by not paying for them
3. The ones who understands accessories and pays for them.
The third one above seems fictitious and never turned up until now

It is difficult to get the third type customer. Every one wants to grab something from some one. Of course every body's primary aim is to travel A to B. So we are bound to deal with the trend of demand and supply.
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Default Re: ARTICLE: Resale Value - The Silent Killer

I am trying to shortlist my second car but unlike the first car, I am worried about resale this time. My first car was a diesel so it will sell despite being a Fiat. But I am now looking at Petrol and that too the likes of VW Vento TSi and Skoda Octavia TSi.

Would these have terrible resale after 2-3 years compared to the Verna & City?
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