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SS.Lyria



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United Kingdom 2014 Range Rover Autobiography 5.0 SC V8 Loire Blue

It will be a 4.4 I go for. Just don’t know if I should wait for current prices to settle down or dive in for a high mileage example now.

I loved my L405 Supercharged and could live with the fuel economy, but it had fuel injectors made of cheese that kept melting. 2 in 3 weeks at £700 a time to change, should probably have listened to my Indy who suggested changing all 8 at once for a discount as chances were all the originals were from a bad batch. How right he was.

All this on a 2015 MY that had only covered 45k miles Shocked

It really has put me off ploughing big money into these money pits.

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JayGee



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Not sure if used car prices are going to come down anytime soon. Shortage of supply and lots of people with a lot of cash due to saving it up during lockdown. 2012 TDV8 Vogue

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SS.Lyria



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I’m not so sure.

My Range Rover Sport has fallen £3k at WBAC in the last 6 weeks, I put it down to the new calendar year.

There’s a 2012 tdv8 Autobiography for sale at a dealer that has a screen price of £26,000. WBAC will currently pay you £17,600 for that car, even less once they’ve gone over it. Nice profit for the dealer if he can get it.

Seems a bit like the old days, the car you want to trade is worth nothing, whilst the retail price is a kings ransom Whistle

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JayGee



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Risky time to buy and sell a late L322 for sure….. 2012 TDV8 Vogue

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Bl4ckD0g



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SS.Lyria wrote:
I’m not so sure.

My Range Rover Sport has fallen £3k at WBAC in the last 6 weeks, I put it down to the new calendar year.

There’s a 2012 tdv8 Autobiography for sale at a dealer that has a screen price of £26,000. WBAC will currently pay you £17,600 for that car, even less once they’ve gone over it. Nice profit for the dealer if he can get it.

Seems a bit like the old days, the car you want to trade is worth nothing, whilst the retail price is a kings ransom Whistle


Yes exactly that. We are selling our BMW M2 Competition, retail prices are sky high, all and any of the car buying places are offering nearly £12-15K below that. It is a very odd market at the moment. I may just try it privately as the dealers clearly don't want any stock.

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JayGee



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I guess when dealers are feeling the pinch with reduced volumes the only way to maintain a profit is to charge the maximum for what they sell and pay the minimum for what they buy. 2012 TDV8 Vogue

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Bl4ckD0g



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Agreed. My argument is always that you make your money when you buy, not when you sell.

Regardless it’s a bit silly at the moment. Also selling privately is annoying as I’ve had many people posing as private individuals, yet with a little bit of osint investigation it’s clear they are traders. I can’t stand that, just want some honesty.

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SS.Lyria



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But who are paying these prices?

£26k for a 10 year old RR Shocked madness.

You’ll get a bare minimum 3 months warranty from the dealer and then pay a fortune for an aftermarket warranty that won’t cover anything on a car that age.

I don’t like my RR Sport but will put up with it until this madness ends Big Cry

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Matty1



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Maybe there was a bit of oversupply when WBAC were offering top dollar a few months back?

Either they will have to come up or dealers will have to come down. Will be interesting to see how this all plays out long term.

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Bl4ckD0g



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I’m happy to save you £1,000 and sell you mine for £25K. It’s the nicest 5.0SC on here if you like black 🤣

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JayGee



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SS.Lyria wrote:
But who are paying these prices?

£26k for a 10 year old RR Shocked madness.

You’ll get a bare minimum 3 months warranty from the dealer and then pay a fortune for an aftermarket warranty that won’t cover anything on a car that age.

I don’t like my RR Sport but will put up with it until this madness ends Big Cry

Another 'trick' for dealers in times of trouble (and this is not just car dealers) is to overprice and therefore inflate the value of their stock to make the business look a bit more healthy. 2012 TDV8 Vogue

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Matty1



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Bl4ckD0g wrote:
I’m happy to save you £1,000 and sell you mine for £25K. It’s the nicest 5.0SC on here if you like black 🤣


Is it actually for sale Surprised

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For £25K I should say yes but I’m actually enjoying it. Mine is Santorini triple black autobiography, with everything working. Nice bespoke valved exhaust with original Hawke wheels, proper integrated apple CarPlay and BlackVue dvr900x front/rear cameras. A lovely very clean ceramic coated example.


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The prices are crazy because the market is crazy due to then lack of new cars being made because of the semiconductor shortage.

Big margins on RR’S As for dealers they are higher risk and usually need bits sorting. Plus they are a business and not a charity.

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will308f



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i think some thing has to give at some point ..............time will tell

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