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After 3 years with a ZE40 it’s time to change. I now have a family and little Zoe is not large enough to carry all the baby paraphernalia. We’re buying an e-Niro to replace it.

Now, the question is: how is it best to sell it? Everyone says ”don’t part exchange, you’ll get done”. So I looked online. But most of the online usuals don’t seem to be able to value it. Or offer much less than the recommended Parker’s price.
I imagine I could advertise it myself for private sell, but with having a battery lease, I wonder whether anyone would actually be interested...

Any recommendation ?

(ze40 r90 with battery lease, 30k miles, in good condition)
 

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The EV specialists on here give decent prices.

Otherwise sell privately. Could get around £1000 more for not a lot of effort....
 

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After 3 years with a ZE40 it’s time to change. I now have a family and little Zoe is not large enough to carry all the baby paraphernalia. We’re buying an e-Niro to replace it.

Now, the question is: how is it best to sell it? Everyone says ”don’t part exchange, you’ll get done”. So I looked online. But most of the online usuals don’t seem to be able to value it. Or offer much less than the recommended Parker’s price.
I imagine I could advertise it myself for private sell, but with having a battery lease, I wonder whether anyone would actually be interested...

Any recommendation ?

(ze40 r90 with battery lease, 30k miles, in good condition)
You could advertise it in the Classifieds here, anyone interested in a Zoe will understand the battery lease, shouldn't be too difficult to sell IMHO.

You could also advertise it in the For Sale section of the Forum on the RZOC site, however there's a once only charge of £10 to advertise it.

Good luck.
 

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Try private.... when your Niro arrives you can then just trade it.
 

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I just sold a 22 with battery lease privately. Bit of a faff but, with a bit of trust and co-operation, it can be done.

I didn't quite get as much as I'd hoped but it was still £450 more than the unseen trade valuation I'd had. They might have also tried to knock a bit off on sight too.
 
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