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Old 16th December 2008, 22:50   #16
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Generally cars loose about 40 - 50%.
Cars in Mumbai & Delhi depreciate a few shades faster than their counterparts down south.

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Old 16th December 2008, 23:24   #17
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how can I buy a 3 years old car for 5.7L when I know that my friend bought a less than 2 years cedia for 6.1L. Cedia resale's is not good here in delhi. I called up a few car car dealers here in delhi saying that I want to sell my cedia, all of them priced it between 4.25 to 4.75. so the right price could be 50k more so around 5.25. Lets see i guess he will definately call back for negotiation, if not now then a few days later, may be next month.
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Just to give you an idea -- I was offered a Cedia Sport - Oct 2007 model for 7 Lacs in Bangalore. I spoke to a known evaluator/used car dealer and was told they would quote 6-6.25 Lacs for the same and easily sell it at around 6.7 - 6.8 Lacs.
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Poor re-sale is what makes cars like the Cedia, Octavia Petrol and Sonta Embera VFM buying pre-owned; why care when you are offered a deal??? just cheers:

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Just put yourself in the other guys shoes and think. Selling a 11.5L car just for 5L is too much of a killing. It is almost 60% less. Generally cars loose about 40 - 50%.

I think you should just go for it if the car is good.
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Guys I am selling my 18 months old Cedia as I am moving out of India for a year or two. Bangalore folks, catch me if you are interested.
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Post this in the classifieds section for better coverage... all the best!

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Guys I am selling my 18 months old Cedia as I am moving out of India for a year or two. Bangalore folks, catch me if you are interested.
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