TBH with only 3.5 k on the clock its pretty much a as new car ( providing it's not been knocked about)
Depending on full spec it was prob just shy of 40k when new so somebody has taken a big hit in 2 yrs.
I have just sold my 2017 Kuga via online auction site, it sold for roughly £1500 less than the next cheapest like for like car I could find advertised ,all like for like cars were from garages. My car was purchased by a dealer who paid £1500 more than my trade in offer where I brought my new to me car, and £1100 more than lots of chancer offers, my car has been put it on his forecourt for £1900 more than he paid me. The Dealer stated the prices of good quality low mileage cars are very high atm. Moral of the story don’t give your cars away when you want to change cars. May be try a decent local car sales see what they offer you, you never know.
I have always sold my cars privately and added around £1500+ that way and always to the first buyer. The only time I part-exchanged at a dealers was to part-ex my first brand new Escort Si (back in 1995) and I made £1000 to put down on another Escort but a higher spec model after just owning it for 9 months! 😲 Those were the good old days when Ford discount actually meant something - 40% new cars!
Valencia normally shuts for a minimum of two weeks each year anyway for line maintenance and upgrades. The semiconductor shortage has hit all European plant for all manufacturers. My own replacement has been pushed back from July to September and I should probably expect a longer delay. No worries, it''ll be a '71' plate then
That's why I am keeping mine. Rather than buy a 2 year old car for that sort of money it would push me to a new deal and then buy it after 36 months for £16.5k. If anyone has seen a 3 year old Kuga with 27k miles in for less than that then please post the details.
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