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    Question Resale value of Hilux

    Hi gents,

    Anyone in the know that can tell me more or less what I can sell my Hilux for realistically? The 'stealers' want to offer me next to nothing according to their little 'trade value boekie'...

    It is a 2000 model, 2.7i D/C 4x4, around 280k km's and serviced by Toyota. Decent condition for its age with the usual extras like canopy, SAC (Dastek) chip, suspension upgrade, etc.

    Time to upgrade the fleet, but my Cruiser STAYS!

    Many thanks in advance.

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    Dont know the answer to your question but you will get more when selling privately.
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    Retail less 10% to 15%.

    Dealer will sell it for retail and buying from a dealer the buyer has piece of mind. So you must make it attractive to the buyer
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    Hi Ducktape

    I bought my 2001 2.7i Hilux 4x4 (252k on the clock) in March this year for 92k. This was one of the cheaper Hilux's out there at the time. You see a lot of them going for 90 - 110k. Retail is about 67k if I can remember it correctly. I hope that helps.

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    Sold mine, 4x2, with 400k on the clock, 2 years ago for R75k. Not sure if that helps at all.

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    Thanks guys.

    Woesman, that is a great price for an amazing vehicle. A bit heavy on the liquid stuff you get from the service station (funny that you seldom experience exceptional service there...), but all in all simply great. I was also considering R100k-R110k. "Stealers" offering R80k for a trade-in, and I know they will sell it for R119k. (they have KZ-TE ones in the showroom for that...)

    There is no chance I'll let mine go for silly money, it's much more valuable to me. I'll rather keep her and drive it till oneday I'm no longer capable of driving. Seen one the other day at Toyota with over 600km on the clock with no issues ever, just coming in for its normal service...

    2,7i and 3L D4D engines are extreamly reliable in my experience...

    Thanks for your feedback.

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    Stealers is a good name.I have got a Everest on the market and BMW offered me R 160.000 and there want to sell the vehicle cheap for R220.000. R 60,000 profit ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jurgen View Post
    Stealers is a good name.I have got a Everest on the market and BMW offered me R 160.000 and there want to sell the vehicle cheap for R220.000. R 60,000 profit ?
    R60k for when something breaks and dealer has to honour the warranty under the CPA

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    If something brakes is not an issue if the vehicle is still under the service plan? Example my vehicle has done 87000Km and the service plan goes up to 90000Km.
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    Woesman, that is a great price for an amazing vehicle. A bit heavy on the liquid stuff you get from the service station (funny that you seldom experience exceptional service there...), but all in all simply great. I was also considering R100k-R110k. "Stealers" offering R80k for a trade-in, and I know they will sell it for R119k. (they have KZ-TE ones in the showroom for that...)
    Yeah, no doubt about it. I have heard of guys qoing beyond 700k on the clock and the bakkie still going strong. The 2.7i is a beautiful machine thirsty maybe, but great. my best fuel consumption was 10.2km/l and when you compare what the average 2.7i owners get to what the KZ-TE owners get, there isnt much of a difference.
    I have seen how they take a 2.7i 2x4 Hilux for 100k and sell it for 115k with no mods done to it. So, for that price (80k) I would keep it and enjoy it (if thats an option).

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    Check the classifieds for an idea what they go for...
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