At Sturgess we understand how important the value of your current vehicle can be, especially if you are looking to part exchange, or even if you simply want to sell your car.
It's really easy to do; just enter your details into the form below to receive a valuation. Remember these are only guide prices and we will need to fully appraise the vehicle before we can give you a confirmed offer.
Alternatively please call one of our locations below and we will be happy to help with your enquiry:
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If the time has come for you to look at upgrading your car, or you simply want to found out what it is worth, why not take advantage of our online valuation service. It’s simple, quick and free (there are no hidden fees) – and you’re under no obligation to commit to selling, even after we’ve issued a quote.
All we need is your vehicle’s registration number and mileage, and your basic contact details – and you’ll receive a valuation within 60 seconds. Assuming you’ve correctly answered questions regarding your car’s condition, our guide price valuation is guaranteed for seven days.
But, if you want to tell us a little more about your car so we can look at offering you more money, simply Click Here, complete the details and attach some photorgraphs. We will then get back to you.
To make selling your car as simple as possible, we provide collection and drop-off points all over Leicester.
Of course, there are all sorts of reasons why you might want to part company with your vehicle. For instance, you might wish to fund a much-deserved holiday or essential home improvements.
If you require a cash settlement, we’ll transfer the money instantly to your bank account once the deal has been ratified.
Alternatively, you may want to upgrade your current car to a newer model. If this is the case, we’ll provide you with an unbeatable part-exchange deal. There’s a lot to choose from. We stock approximately 300 high-quality used cars, each of which has been carefully selected, fully visually assessed and comprehensively tested.
Clean your car
The better your car looks, the more it will appeal to prospective buyers.
Is everything working?
If there are any mechanical issues, it might be worth having them remedied before we check your car.
Is there any damage?
The more unblemished a car is, the more it’ll be worth – consider paying for repairs before selling your vehicle.
Gather together your car’s service records together
Up-to-date service history and MOT information will not only enhance the value of your car, they’re required at the point of sale. It’s also worth ensuring your vehicle’s MOT is up-to-date.
Gather your car’s keys together
Ensure you have all relevant keys with you.
For your online valuation, all you’ll need is your vehicle registration number and mileage, and your basic contact information. Enter those into our form and you’ll see a valuation displayed on-screen.
If your vehicle has been maintained according to manufacturer guidelines, thus ensuring the warranty has remained valid, this may positively impact its value. Contact us today to learn more.
The number of previous owners may influence the vehicle’s value when considered alongside its age and mileage. With more previous owners, for example, the car may have covered more miles, which would affect its value.
The more miles a vehicle has covered, the more general wear and tear its parts will have undergone. This will in turn affect the price, as vehicles needing mechanical repairs have a lower value.
Depreciation is not something that can be avoided, but it can be mitigated. You can preserve a car’s resale value by ensuring it is regularly serviced, and keeping the exterior and interior in good condition.
Yes – used car buyers generally prefer colours such as grey, black and white over vivid colours such as orange, green, or yellow. Since demand for brightly coloured cars is lower, they typically claim a lower resale value.
If your vehicle has a private registration plate, you have several options. You can either sell the car with the plate, transfer the registration to your new vehicle, or put the private plate on retention and decide later whether you’d like to keep it or sell it.