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Wow, prices sure have headed northwards in the last year, and it doesn't seem to be slowing. We bought a 16 plate Dynamique Nav with approx. 22,000 miles on the clock in September last year for £6,000 and sold it to a dealer in March this year for £6,150 to put towards a ZE40 at £15,000.

Enjoy your car Andrew, we've never looked back.

Cheers

Stephen
Possibly the 22 and 40 will continue to go up in value based on how high priced the ZE50 is.
 

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Wow, prices sure have headed northwards in the last year, and it doesn't seem to be slowing. We bought a 16 plate Dynamique Nav with approx. 22,000 miles on the clock in September last year for £6,000 and sold it to a dealer in March this year for £6,150 to put towards a ZE40 at £15,000.

Enjoy your car Andrew, we've never looked back.

Cheers

Stephen
I can't quite believe they keep going up in price. I bought my 16 plate with 22,000miles on the clock for £5350 from a dealer last year. They same dealer offered me £7000 trade in for it just this week .... madness.
 

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It's astonishing how the prices have increased. We negotiated the balloon payment of our 64 reg down from £7,000 to £4,850 when the PCP ended in December 2017. The cheapest Zoe on Autotrader is now a 13 reg - with twice the mileage - at £6,950! Ours also had a lower battery rental than a lot of Zoes for some reason, at £48 for 7,500 miles - Renault honoured this when the rental was up for renewal.
 
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