General how much would i get for cinq sporting

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skinnyvinny

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im wondering how much my cinq sporting would sell for? its a 97 r imola blue with only 43k miles on it,in good knick no dents just a few light scratches,rear spoiler with brake light,tax till end of may and m.o.t till december the 4th,with some service history,passed every m.o.t first time.(y)
 

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£1k

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EDIT: I am kinda biased maybe but this car is the last of the Cinqs, has low miles so should be cracking nick, I'd happily pay that for one.
 
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bloomfieldliam said:
£1k

Liam

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depends a bit on where u live mate...

last year i bought 1 very similar to yours.

perfect condition, 97R reg, imola blue, 32k miles, totally standard with full service history for £1250, but then i live quite close to london, so prices around that i would say.
 

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I wouldnt be a stingy ass like chaos, but wudnt pay 1k

700-800 max, mainly because you can get sei sportings for 1k if you look hard enough
 

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yup its all regional really,best bet is look around the autotrader.
we get these posts all the times and you get the same price spread.
 

chaos

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OK................Parkers quote:

Franchised Dealer £ 660
Independent Dealer £ 600
Private Good £ 475
Private Poor £ 250
Part Exchange £ 380


Now, I'm told Parkers overestimate............................:)

Also Glass's Guide quoted a Sei Sporting (T reg IIRC) as about £1K. This was in October last year.............I have an Auto Express with it somewhere.

Also, a 98R Sporting with full MOT was up for £550 recently..................and it wasn't a million miles away from you. :)
 

chaos

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bloomfieldliam said:
EDIT: I am kinda biased maybe but this car is the last of the Cinqs, has low miles so should be cracking nick, I'd happily pay that for one.

Should being the key word :)

I've seen more than enough 50-60K dogs :)

Not saying yours is, but I've had people in the past say 'yeah, it's in excellent nick' only to go and find things wrong (and I don't mean surface scratches :))
 

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Well I paid £380 for mine at the weekend and it's a 98 R reg with airbag, and sei switchgear. In really good condition, full MOT, 71k from new but has a few minor scratches, and clutch needed adjusting along with the handbrake.
Looking at another one tomorrow in yellow on a 97 P and that's up at 400 and it's lower miles than mine, and has the full abarth already on it.

Would have thought yours would be worth around the 6-700 mark mate if it's totally mint.

HTH
 

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i paid £900 for my 97 imola 72k, purely based on the fact all the work that had recently been done on it, it took the worry out of it for me

the body wasnt in too bad a nick, well nothing some skirts and abarth apron couldnt hide :p

it had mot for a year, tax till april and a service history upto 52k , the car was in slough so im guessing london prices

i would have no trouble paying upto £900 for any other standard sporting
 

chaos

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gaz_wrexham said:
i paid £900 for my 97 imola 72k, purely based on the fact all the work that had recently been done on it, it took the worry out of it for me

the body wasnt in too bad a nick, well nothing some skirts and abarth apron couldnt hide :p

it had mot for a year, tax till april and a service history upto 52k , the car was in slough so im guessing london prices

i would have no trouble paying upto £900 for any other standard sporting

Yeah, but there was no mention of any recent work, cam belt, etc. If work had been done to it like the cambelt, then it is worth a little bit more.
 

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mase said:
at the end of the day, u will only get as much as someone is willing to pay

True.

If the garage is willing to pay a good price, then you may as well take it :)
 
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