Price range for 120 series Prado diesel auto with off road extras

Submitted: Sunday, Mar 23, 2014 at 19:49
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I'm going to put my 2005 Prado GXL diesel on the market for sale privately in a few weeks time, and will be listing it on here. It is in excellent condition and has a lot of off-road extras which might appeal to members here. Am wondering if you guys would care to suggest a target price range for me to aim at. Here's a summary:

Arctic White, immaculate condition, never had a serious bingle.
Approx 177,000 km Probably 80% of time on the bitumen.
One owner. Full service history.
List of extras.
• Toyota bullbar
• Ol’ Man Emu heavy duty suspension and 2” lift
• ARB airbag suspension to rear axle
• Oversize Cooper Discoverer ATR light truck tyres. LT265/70R17 Still 10k-20k left in them. Two extra spare tyres (old) if required.
• D-Tronic high performance engine management chip, significantly better power and torque
• Safari snorkel
• ARB onboard air compressor and hose
• Milford cargo barrier
• Removable fridge slide.
• Dual batteries, Anderson plug.
• Toyota HD towbar
• Jette tyre pressure monitoring system up to 8 tyres.
• Reversing sensors
Only problem is one of the two third row seats got chewed by rats in the shed 'cos I hardly ever use them!
All advice appreciated
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Reply By: Member - bbuzz (NSW) - Sunday, Mar 23, 2014 at 20:19

Sunday, Mar 23, 2014 at 20:19
Replace the chewed seat(s).

Look at Carsales.com.au and get an average price from there.

You will then have an idea of what the market is prepared to pay or rather what owners would like to get.

Remember, its the KZ motor. Benefits in having the older simple technology but many people want the latest and greatest.

How long are you prepared to wait to get your price?

All these things will impact on your decision.

I sold my 2003 with 230k on it with extras. Took a while 'cause I thought it was worth more than the market said.

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Follow Up By: Filshor - Sunday, Mar 23, 2014 at 21:23

Sunday, Mar 23, 2014 at 21:23
So what price range Bill, and when did you sell it? recently?
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Reply By: disco driver - Sunday, Mar 23, 2014 at 21:00

Sunday, Mar 23, 2014 at 21:00
Take out anything that you can use in your new vehicle, compressor, fridge slide, tyre pressure monitor system etc.
They will be of more value to you than being left on the vehicle, but you could always offer these items to the prospective purchaser off the vehicle if you wanted to.

Accessories generally have a value to the new buyer only if they are interested in having them, rather than the items just being on the vehicle when it's sold.

Others may have a different idea but that's just my experience.

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Follow Up By: Member - bbuzz (NSW) - Monday, Mar 24, 2014 at 07:26

Monday, Mar 24, 2014 at 07:26
Not as much bling as you.

Last July/August.

I got $26k but I think I was lucky.

I set my price from carsales.com.au. Then added a bit.

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Reply By: The Landy - Monday, Mar 24, 2014 at 08:27

Monday, Mar 24, 2014 at 08:27
I’m inclined to the same thinking as Disco Driver, accessories don’t generally add much to a vehicle when selling it. It may make the vehicle more appealing to buy, but not necessarily add much beyond the price of a stock standard vehicle.
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