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Will a decent £25K Evora be realistic in the next 2 years?


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Sold a few weeks ago.... now the owner wants a GTR or something? :unsure:

 

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That's the same vendor as before, Giles Cooper. 

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I know budget will dictate your choice but remember that spec and colour or mileage will govern your selection?

the Evora is a limited number which is is major factor to start off and folk like me who own one will not easily sell one unless there’s been a major chance in their lifestyles etc 

good luck in your search 

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Just sold one at that price.

LE, hpi clear, 20703 miles on the clock. Some say it was underpriced.

It wasn’t advertised other then a comment on here - and was sold within 3 days. Be quick and don’t faff about is my advice.

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7 hours ago, Celica said:

Interesting post as I’m starting my research on what’s possible if covid does one !

You’ve managed to dig up a thread from 3 years ago. So any pricing info here is out of date. 

In short, yes, you can get a nice Evora for £25k now. 

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1 hour ago, Barrykearley said:

Just sold one at that price.

LE, hpi clear, 20703 miles on the clock. Some say it was underpriced.

It wasn’t advertised other then a comment on here - and was sold within 3 days. Be quick and don’t faff about is my advice.

sorry, yes I noticed it was an old thread revival but interesting to see state of play since 

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I recently purchased a 2009 N/A, this was the second cheapest on auto trader at the time, it was just over £25k, milage is 68000, so on the higher side, but interior and exterior are in good condition for the age of the car. Spec and colour wise, it was just what I wanted. It has got some issues, but hopefully they can easily be rectified... 

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6 hours ago, Celica said:

...but interesting to see state of play since 

Spend a bit of time going through the ‘Evora market watch’ thread. That will give you the best idea of what has happened to prices and values over the years. 

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