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Used car price list?

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Anyone who knows if there is a "public" used car price list, which is regularly updated?
Looking for a used car to a friend of mine here on the internet, but prices vary quite a bit, for the same type of car, equipment and year model.

Any good advice?

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Many good private deals out there.

Insurance companies have prices sort of that's where Mrs asked for a value on our car.

Price will depend on the model of the car wanted too.

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If you look at sites like Chobrod and Taladrod you can get a sense of costs. For popular models prices are generally in line with one another. Bear in mind there can be quite a big difference for the same model and year in spec/trim. For example a new from the dealer Honda Jazz bottom spec vs top spec is a very big range, so you'll see that reflected too in used cars. And of course high or low KMs and condition will impact on price too. 

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Anyone who knows if there is a "public" used car price list, which is regularly updated?

 

Yes. https://www.redbookasiapacific.com/rbcert/index.php?lang=en&cc=th

 

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24 minutes ago, malcolminthemiddle said:

 

Yes. https://www.redbookasiapacific.com/rbcert/index.php?lang=en&cc=th

 


The prices you get from Redbook are sky-high.

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17 minutes ago, Xonax said:


The prices you get from Redbook are sky-high.

Hmmm, well I am selling my trusty Vigo so.....🤗

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I looked ads for one's that were sold and up it a bit because I knew buyers would offer less. 

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Whether you are buying or selling, RedBook gives you a very useful benchmark price for a specific model, options, and "kilometerage".  🙂

 

It lists trade-in as well as private sale values. Well worth 100 baht.

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3 minutes ago, malcolminthemiddle said:

Which price is sky high? Private or trade? Red book gives both. 

Is there a free version....🤗

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Usually by looking at several ads online,  you'll get a feeling for the low ball price.

Regardless of price. Get all the usual tests.

Air con pressure test for example is a must.  After deciding on the highest  price you are prepared to pay for a tested car, make your offers and don't show too much excitement or interest in the car. 

If your offer is accepted too quickly,  you know you've paid too much. 

 

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6 minutes ago, stud858 said:

Usually by looking at several ads online,  you'll get a feeling for the low ball price.

Regardless of price. Get all the usual tests.

Air con pressure test for example is a must.  After deciding on the highest  price you are prepared to pay for a tested car, make your offers and don't show too much excitement or interest in the car. 

If your offer is accepted too quickly,  you know you've paid too much. 

 

Well I will accept an offer very quickly if it's OK.....😎

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