What is your Enyaq Worth?

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Dorsetandy
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Post by Dorsetandy » Tue Jan 18, 2022 5:17 pm

Just checked the secondhand value of my 7 week old, 900 mile Enyaq on a well known car website. Surprised to find it has lost £7k in value. In comparison on the same car website my 3 year old VW Up GTI has lost less than £3k or £1k pa. Realise we live in strange times and secondhand car values are at an all time high which surprises why my Enyaq should depreciate so much in such a short period.

I only did this out of interest, no intention of selling, however, not the valuation I was anticipating. Any thoughts?
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Robrad30
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Post by Robrad30 » Tue Jan 18, 2022 5:59 pm

I reckon given how long the wait lists are, you could find someone to buy it for the original sale price, or maybe even a little higher considering that you can provide a car right now, not in 52 weeks time!

Bryanmet
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Post by Bryanmet » Tue Jan 18, 2022 6:13 pm

Guess it depends on who the valuation came from. Webuyanycar Price will reflect a little less than a dealer would pay at auction and they then have to add their margin on top. If that’s the case then they would likely sell at your expected value.
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desholly
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Post by desholly » Wed Jan 19, 2022 11:34 am

I checked the other day it's only 6 weeks old with 900 miles £2800 less than what I paid for it.

IanEV
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Post by IanEV » Tue Jun 07, 2022 7:13 pm

Just used Cazoo for an online valuation of my car and they’ll give me £5k more than I paid for it! Tempted to order a new Enyaq and get a Towbar and a few other bits added in …

I have to drive my manual diesel campervan on Friday. It’s the first time I will have driven an ICE in over a month - not looking forward to the noise, handbrake or gear lever.

The question is can I wait 12 months for a new Enyaq if I sell this one!?!
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Daffo1950
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Post by Daffo1950 » Tue Jun 07, 2022 7:33 pm

I did the same out of pure curiosity and mine has increased by £1500 but have no intention of selling

metalmadhammer
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Post by metalmadhammer » Wed Jun 08, 2022 6:30 am

Online valuations are pointless, especially in these times of economic madness. Look on Ebay / Autotrader to see what they are actually selling for.

Cheapest used Enyaqs (60 or 80) I can find for sale are well over list price with several thousands of miles.

I would suggest that you would actually make money rather than lose £7k if you chose to sell yours. Unfortunately, I don't own my Enyaq as its leased but I do own a couple of other cars including a Yaris GR on order which I may decide to sell as they are worth a small fortune.
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IanEV
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Post by IanEV » Wed Jun 08, 2022 6:48 am

I wouldn’t say they were pointless, in fact far from it. I sold our previous car privately for £500 more than Cazoo offered. Only one buyer replied to the advert and said I’ll give you £xxx for It. I replied no thanks I can get more from Cazoo. We agreed the £500 extra. The buyer can use the online valuation as well. I suspect there would be few people willing to buy a £40k plus car privately but I could be wrong. But I agree selling a car via these types of companies can mean you don’t make as much as you would by a direct sale.
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metalmadhammer
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Post by metalmadhammer » Wed Jun 08, 2022 7:56 am

Ive just got a quote from Cazoo for my Ford Focus RS.

The cheapest on ebay / Auto trader is £21k with 80k miles. Mine has 10k miles and they have quoted me £20400. The cheapest car on auto trader with less than 20k miles is £29k and ive recently been offered £30k so they are way off. Ive noticed this with many sites. The best and most realistic quotes iv'e had are from "Motorway". WBAC and Carwow quotes are also way too low yet at Christmas they where spot on - WBAC offered me £33k in December.
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Post by Goaty » Wed Jun 08, 2022 8:47 am

I suppose the thing to remember about eBay and AutoTrader prices- especially with private sellers- is their expectations are often not realistic. I could put my Enyaq on eBay for 70 grand. Then someone seeing that would say “hey, they’re going for £70k second hand”. Of course, I’d never ever be able to sell it at that price. It’s always better to look at ‘sold’ history to see what they’re realistically going for.
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