so on wat u have sed do u think 8750 is a good price for it then if you can get them sooo cheap as u say beacuse in my local for court thy have 3 1.4 tdci zetecs for sale
1) 2008 23,000 miles for £10000 http://www.birchwood...-TDCi-Zetec-5dr
2) 2009 16,000 miles for £11000 http://www.birchwood...-TDCi-Zetec-3dr
if this is so ''''Matlock ford have identical spec ,delivery miles fiestas at £11500'''' why any body buy car abouve when a brand new one is only 500 quid.
more so that means after a whole year and 16000 miles its only lost 500 quid , i dont get ford pricing :s :s
Other users of the forum would take you far more seriously if you use proper English rather than text talk.
luckily,I have managed to dechipher the above post.
For somebody going to buy a car,you really have no idea how pricing works.
The cars you quote above are deliberately overpriced,so you go along with your tatty old banger which is worth say £500 and they offer you £2500 for it,in reality thay havent given you anything,but created an illusion of a discount.
Should you need to finance the car,you now have a 25% deposit,not a 5 % deposit,so its easier to finance,again deluding the less wary customer.
Now and again,some one like you or your family come along and have no idea about pricing and havent done any research,then the dealer simply sells the car to you at an over inflated price and thinks Happy days to himself as you drive away.
Have a look at your previous posts about your mum buying her fiesta and look for similarities.
Given your vast car buying knowledge ,i would have thought you would have been au fait with all this.
so on wat u have sed do u think 8750 is a good price for it then
Given you now have two firm offers of £8300 and £8750 only you can decide if its a good price,there is no point dreaming it is "worth" 10,000 when it clearly isnt.
If you really want to find a true value,put it on e bay,see what offers you get,you could always set a reserve of 10,000 if thats what you want.