Service history holes reduce car value by almost a fifth, says Kwik Fit

On average, the absence of a full service history knocks 19 per cent off a car’s value when sold. This is the finding of a survey recently performed by ICM on behalf of Kwik Fit. Of the 2,003 UK adults who took part in the survey, 45 per cent also said an incomplete service history is a deal breaker for them, and they wouldn’t even consider purchasing a vehicle that had service history holes.

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[…] Service history holes reduce car value by almost a fifth, says Kwik Fit On average, the absence of a full service history knocks 19 per cent off a car's value when sold. This is the finding of a survey recently performed by ICM on behalf of Kwik Fit. Of the 2,003 UK adults who took part in the survey, 45 per cent also said … Read more on Tyrepress.com […]
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