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2011 Astra SRI CDTI 125, nav, 19" wheels, full MOT, serviced
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Offers very welcome, I'm not sure what it's worth so comments on value are welcome!
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#2
seems very cheap
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#3
I can't get offered more than £4400 part exchange so if I can get £5000 il be happy!
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#4
Seems expensive with over 121k miles... as you say part ex I'm surprised they offered £4400!

Best of keeping her I suspect, my GTC has 112k miles on a 2.0cdti 12 plate & px they are saying £4700.

Oh and in the description you first say it's got just shy of 20,000 miles.

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It's the mileage that's hitting your pocket mate. All too often I see crap right ups on cars for sale, but yours is really good.

Good luck with the sale!

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(14:th-Mar-2016, 08:12:31)J1ODYA Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Seems expensive with over 121k miles... as you say part ex I'm surprised they offered £4400!

Best of keeping her I suspect, my GTC has 112k miles on a 2.0cdti 12 plate & px they are saying £4700.

Oh and in the description you first say it's got just shy of 20,000 miles.

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No I've said in the year I've had it I've put just shy of 20k on it!

Il drop it to £4995, I've had offers of £4200, £4400 etc from a few garages now.. Will give it a week and p/ex it if no joy.

The thing that helps my value I think is that it's ready to sell.. Full mot, been serviced, new tyres etc.
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#7
Irispective of mileage somebody will buy it at £5k. Mileage aside, its alot of car for the money. Put the mileage back into the picture, a good histoy shows its worth taking the risk on. Lets not forget its a diesel.... 121k is nothing on a well maintained diesel

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Got ya... well I will watch with interest this one.

Might be worth taking off some mods Inc wheels, sell them separate and px the car to get to £5k

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(14:th-Mar-2016, 11:54:44)J1ODYA Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Got ya... well I will watch with interest this one.

Might be worth taking off some mods Inc wheels, sell them separate and px the car to get to £5k

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I agree with this one. Although extras make for an esier sell, it doesn't do any favours to give it them away just for the sake of it

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I would think the Navi and alloys are what make the car stand out along with service history. I have had a look at autotrader and there are not many astra j's with over 100k (less than 6 years old) and even fewer going for £5k or above and they are trade sellers. I really hope you get somewhere close to what you want but I would say that £4.5k is more realistic starting price for private sale and £4400 is fantastic from trade in. For example, there's a 2011 Astra 2.0cdti SRi (125k miles) with XP styling pack, 19" alloys and Navi unit going for £3.5k on autotrader right now.

I have to say though that yours looks pristine for it's age, I would be tempted though to add more photos with all the doors open and tailgate open, give people a chance to see her in all her glory.
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If it went down the part ex route I would be very tempted to remove the wheels etc

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#12
Right new pics added and price dropped considerably.
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#13
Seriously considering keeping it now due to time wasters but I've already paid £80 and retained my plate
lol.
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What's your reasoning for getting rid? Just a change?

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Had it a year, civic type S caught my eye but then interior put me off. Then started looking at estates (Volvo V50, 330D, A4 Avant etc) but trying to be realistic now and I'm losing a lot of money. I paid £6000ish a year ago standard on 17's
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#16
Keep it, there's loads more molding to do lol

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Anyone interested at £4000? Lowest I'm going to take.

Found a perfect replacement but they won't take p/ex. 180bhp, twin turbo, heated leather, xenons.... Yes please Smile
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#18
You won't sell it to us, we have Astra's lol

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You never know lol
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