Optimising your caravan’s resale value

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  1. deana says:

    Avondale have not traded for around 9 years and I know having just traded in an Avondale Landranger that it is impossible to get spare parts peculiar to that manufacturer. This may have affected the valuation.

  2. Arthur Branthwaite says:

    My last caravan I part exchanged was an immaculate Avondale with a host of extras which had been fitted,including a solar panel.
    None of which were considered, all I was offered was the standard “Glasses Guide” valuation and no discount on my new van . Will try a different dealer next time for my £20k

    • Craig @ Caravan Guard says:

      Arthur, that’s a shame. It does look like a dealer such as Broad Lane would ‘add value’ for certain features. Better luck when it comes to trading in your next caravan.

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