Thoughts on value of my E92?

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  1. 2 Oct 2019 at 9:08 PM #1
    Poon

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    I know it’s a mad idea but bar my GT3s this is the longest I have ever kept a car and as it’s my daily am thinking of something newer with warranty.

    Looking at F80/84 CPs and CSs.

    Just trying to gauge a value for my car as it’s a Limited Edition and has some nice mods.

    It’s a 2012 Frozen M Performance Edition (1 of 30) in Frozen White (1 of 10).

    60,000 miles

    It’s a comp pack car basically with HK stereo and alcantara steering wheel and carbon front flippers.

    M359s could do with a refurb. Nothing bad.

    Mods are:

    M Performance heated seats.
    I have the original seats as well.
    Akrapovic downpipes and x-pipe.
    2 pipe mod and euro tips on rear.
    Awron gauge
    Karbonious Carbon plenum and airbox cover
    Dinan carbon snorkel
    ESS remap

    Haven’t had rod bearings done yet before anyone asks.

    Thanks
     
  2. 3 Oct 2019 at 7:42 AM #2
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    I wouldn’t know how to value mods, but a standard comp pack at 60k mileage I would estimate at £20k based on sale prices info from people here.
    Increments up from that considering it’s a special edition and then the modifications.
    But if a low mileage Comp Pack list £26k at a dealership , others mid £20k I think the mods really need to add value to take you much up above early 20s.
    But with a special car, you’re ahead of the game if someone wants just what you’re selling.

    Good luck
     
  3. 3 Oct 2019 at 8:46 AM #3
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    Mods won't necessarily bring value to a car unless you find a buyer who desired those mods in the first place.

    I've recently sold my Jan '13 Non Comp E92 with 33k miles FSH, carbon splitter/diffuser, OEM carbon spoiler, OEM carbon mirror covers, carbon M Performance tips, primary decat, stage 2, steering wheel done by Royal and Strom 359s for £23k.

    Most of the offers were around the £20k mark however the buyer wanted the mods done so he was willing to pay the asking price to save himself the hassle of running around and modding it himself.
     
  4. 3 Oct 2019 at 3:53 PM #4
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    I paid 21k for my comp pack with 61000 miles around two months ago which I thought was about right as it pretty much has every option bar rear blind plus it had all the carbon bits already done saving me a expense.

    Yours being a very rare car I would say is worth around 26k as it is or 23-25k as a standard car, your best option would be to sell the mods and put the car back to stock as you'll make a lot more money this way.

    This is just my opinion, someone out there may be willing to pay a lot more if it's what they are specifically looking for.

    Edit- just came across this one for sale has 10k less on it might help you price yours.

    http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201905027552881?atmobcid=soc3
     
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  5. 3 Oct 2019 at 10:42 PM #5
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    I have been looking at them and around the £20k to £22k is the sweet spot...
     
  6. 4 Oct 2019 at 12:27 AM #6
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    a basic Comp Pack with no mods maybe!
     
  7. 4 Oct 2019 at 8:37 AM #7
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    My bad didn’t see the mods.. but you can get a decent spec comp pack for that price definitely...
     
  8. 4 Oct 2019 at 9:38 PM #8
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    Definitely. I'm selling one with 59k warranty and pretty nearly every option for that.
     
  9. 12 Oct 2019 at 11:39 PM #9
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    Car is for sale now as I have just done a deal on an M4CS.
     

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