The Β£100K 458...

The Β£100K 458...

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MitchT

12,682 posts

156 months

Thursday 6th June 2013
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He might be in with a chance here...

http://www.eurospares.co.uk/breaking2.asp?page=128hehe

037

1,142 posts

94 months

Thursday 6th June 2013
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Wow there are some nice crashed cars on that web site. ( Maserati 2.8 bi turbo Spyder looks great.)

woppum

1,112 posts

133 months

Friday 7th June 2013
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Someone start up a £101k offer for a 458 just to st on his trumpet.

neil-f

1,643 posts

154 months

Friday 7th June 2013
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I would think a trade bid on the high miler in PH classified would be around £100k
Trade I gather are offering around £120k ish for early cars

jdw1234

6,021 posts

162 months

Friday 7th June 2013
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I know someone who did this for a Ferrari 360 for £30k and got bites.

I don't see the harm in it. Someone might need to shift one quickly.

Might take a little while mind!

moc

209 posts

156 months

Friday 7th June 2013
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But if you need to get out of one quickly surely the safest and quickest route is down your dealership and I'm sure they'll be offering more than £100k ...

jdw1234

6,021 posts

162 months

Friday 7th June 2013
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moc said:
But if you need to get out of one quickly surely the safest and quickest route is down your dealership and I'm sure they'll be offering more than £100k ...
Fair point!

neil-f

1,643 posts

154 months

Friday 7th June 2013
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moc said:
But if you need to get out of one quickly surely the safest and quickest route is down your dealership and I'm sure they'll be offering more than £100k ...
Sorry sir we are over stocked on 458's at the moment!

or

yours is the wrong colour/spec sir wink

So will you bend over sir and prepare to be shafted....biggrin

GRBF430F1

4,843 posts

117 months

Friday 7th June 2013
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Values are noticeably coming down now and I don't think it will be too much longer ( 12 months) before you can get a decent spec 2010 RHD low miles one for £130k.

No one in their right mind would take £100k now though

sfp

230 posts

83 months

Friday 7th June 2013
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£100k?? Hmmm....ok, I'll take it........





.... Delivery in 2018 ok?

wink


retrospect

113 posts

82 months

Friday 7th June 2013
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Main dealers are not offering much over 100k trade up I can assure you!

cayman-black

8,149 posts

163 months

Friday 7th June 2013
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retrospect said:
Main dealers are not offering much over 100k trade up I can assure you!
Better not say that here, are you sure?

giggle

Original Poster:

1,948 posts

192 months

Saturday 8th June 2013
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retrospect said:
I can assure you!
lol smile

lambo_xx

2,193 posts

144 months

Saturday 8th June 2013
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giggle said:
Yes I saw that yesterday whist having my daily rummage through the classifieds biggrin ! Best of luck to him but I really can't see him getting anywhere.

That's part of the problem though that I have found in recent years with trying to sell cars privately. I think some people don't actually understand what margin a dealer would have on a car and therefore have unrealistic expectations on what is actually an achievable price.

For example with higher mileage 458s. There is no way they are worth £100K trade. Don't get me wrong I'm sure someone out there has been offered something offensively low and come on an internet forum and ranted about it, therefore causing a few people out there to think that ALL trade bids on high mileage 458s are at £100k.

For example about 2 months after buying my 430 spider I asked my dealer what he'd give me for it if I were to sell it back to him. I had done less than 1,000 miles since buying it and he offered something along the lines of £20K less than I just paid for it. Needless to say I kept the car (for another 18 months - 2 years, did another 8K miles) and sold it for more than I was offered then! Oh and I haven't hurried back to buy another car of him either... Now I know that was not what my car was worth, that was just the dealer trying to be as cheeky as possible. I guess my point is just because someone has thrown around very low trade bids doesn't mean that's what cars are selling for.

Having said that, best of luck to him with his £100K 458, and if anyone out there is selling one, I'd be happy to go to £102K wink





giggle

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1,948 posts

192 months

Saturday 8th June 2013
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lambo_xx said:
best of luck to him with his £100K 458, and if anyone out there is selling one, I'd be happy to go to £102K wink
Oh Lambo_xx I just easily come in a blow your bid out of the water... £105K Yeah Yeah.

Im the high bidder now smile Shame you were 3K short.

Call me with your 105K 458's on 0800 458 IWISH.

Bluebottle911

764 posts

142 months

Saturday 8th June 2013
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lambo_xx said:
For example about 2 months after buying my 430 spider I asked my dealer what he'd give me for it if I were to sell it back to him. I had done less than 1,000 miles since buying it and he offered something along the lines of £20K less than I just paid for it.
I had a similar situation with a Bentley I bought 3 years ago, but when after 18 months I took it back to the dealer who sold it to me, he gave me what I paid for it. That's the advantage of buying 70 year old cars!smile

gumshoe

395 posts

152 months

Saturday 8th June 2013
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Topic has taken an interesting turn here actually. Where would the bidding here in this thread stop? We've had 105k, I know someone would bid 110k (me), so where would it end?

I know no spec or mileage has been dicussed here, but imagine low spec and relatively high miles around 40k)

I think where the bidding ends would probably quite closely represent a real life market value for it.

fesuvious

5,450 posts

188 months

Saturday 8th June 2013
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I'll happily say clearly I can't afford one;

If these are dropping as they seem to be @45k per year then it isn't unreasonable to suggest LHD examples will be flirting with that 100k figure by Christmas.

RHD maybe 120k.

No doubt the car is beyond fantastic but good god, they're dropping £900 per week sat still.

Fair play to all those happy to stomach that sort of depreciation.

The chap asking for a 100k 458 may be dreaming, but his dream may easily come true in time for christmas

sone

4,375 posts

185 months

Saturday 8th June 2013
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[quote=fesuvious]I'll happily say clearly I can't afford one;

If these are dropping as they seem to be @45k per year then it isn't unreasonable to suggest LHD examples will be flirting with that 100k figure by Christmas.


So there are three year old cars at 50k?.

These cars may have dropped 45k in the last three years and that's 15k a year, or did I miss something?.


JM5

367 posts

103 months

Saturday 8th June 2013
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You lot need to look harder here's one for 35k!

http://www.pistonheads.com/classifieds/used-cars/k...