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Could you offer me some advice on selling my 1995 Rover 216?

Could you offer me some advice on selling my 1995 Rover 216? It looks like brand new with only 33,000 miles.

Asked on 30 January 2018 by Anne Myers

Answered by Keith Moody
You'll want to target the Rover enthusiasts if you want this to go to a good home. Try one of the many clubs, such as the Rover 200 Club (www.rover200.org.uk/) but also list it in the classifieds. These are an appreciating classic, but be realistic with the price you set. While the very best 200 BRMs and Tomcats can go for more than £2000, a stunning 216 auto is probably only going to sell for £1000-£1250. Remember, this figure is only a guide - have a look and see what's for sale. If you find an example better (or worse) than yours, you can price it accordingly.
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