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Selling a Van Privately
If you’re thinking of selling your van privately, there are a few things you need to know. Here are our top tips for getting the best price for your van.
1. Do your research
Before you start advertising your van for sale, it’s important to do your research and find out how much similar models are selling for. This will give you a good idea of what price to expect and help you avoid getting ripped off.
2. Take good photos
When you’re selling anything online, good quality photos are essential. Make sure to take clear, well-lit photos of your van from all angles. This will make it more likely to sell quickly.
3. Write a good description
Along with your photos, your van’s description is what will sell it to potential buyers. Be sure to include all the important information about your van, such as its make, model, year, mileage, and any special features it has.
4. Be honest
It’s important to be honest when selling your van privately. If there are any issues with the van, be sure to mention them in the description. Buyers will appreciate your honesty and it will help to avoid any problems down the line.
5. Set a reasonable price
When setting a price for your van, it’s important to be realistic. If you set your price too high, you’re likely to struggle to find a
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Fuel Injector Problems
The main issues affecting fuel injectors involve them becoming blocked and with deposit build-ups.
Turbo Engine Problems
Many manufacturers have vans with this type of engine, with two popular models being the Ford Transit and Vauxhall Vivaro.
We Buy Broken Vans regularly buy vans with ECU issues – it’s “bread and butter” business for us.
Timing Chain Problems
We can save you the headache of paying for expensive timing chain replacement and associated costs.
Wiring Loom Repairs
With an unknown diagnostic bill and repair costs, many owners turn to a business like ours to sell a van complete with its wiring loom faults.
Engine Management Warning Light
We will buy your van at a fair price even if there is an engine management light showing.
Low Oil Pressure
We are happy to buy vans with declared oil pressure faults and do so on a regular basis.
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One of the problems with DPF’s is that the problem seems fixed but then re-occurs, which is irritating to be back at square one.
A van with a faulty differential just can’t be safely driven. In older van models particularly, the repair/scrap equation tends to lean to scrap.
Fuel Pump Problems
You may decide you want to repair your van with a broken fuel pump, but if it all seems like too much hassle we are here to help.
MOT Failure Vans
If your van fails its MOT, a driver can be fined up to £2,500 and given 3 penalty points for driving a van with “dangerous” faults.
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