Used car values in Dubai are not as predictable as a more mature conventional market. To date, there is no price guide such as Kelly Blue Book, Parkers or Glass’s guide. To make things more interesting, the price of cars literally depends on the weather. Cars depreciate annually but the biggest dip is usually in the summer months. Other things that vary include the type of car, for example a convertible is always going to be more desirable over the winter months. The final point to take into account is the price of similar cars in the market. Everyone usually has a price in mind but unfortunately neither the seller nor wecashanycar.com decide the price of the vehicle. It’s always a good idea to go online and see what other vehicles of similar specs and model is asking for. Bear in mind that the asking price is not a true reflection of the market price as there is a strong negotiating culture in the region and no one ever pays full asking price.
The price depends on the market and what other people with similar models are selling for. Keep an eye on what they are going for over a long period to ascertain the true value of your car and sell when they are at their highest. Second point is always pass by wecashanycar.com before selling your car as our experienced team will look outside the UAE with our strong network of exporters to ensure you get maximum value for your car.