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  1. Hi, I bought an Elantra md in July this year and it still have about 1 year 10 months to go. I am contemplating whether to 1) renew for another 5 years, which I am seriously not very keen. 2) trade in at the 1 year mark and change to elantra AD, the newer model. But not sure if the newer model is better? Or no point as it has not much difference? Or change to other brands of used car? 3)trade in at 1 year mark at buy a brand new car? Then.. What car? Probably another 1.6litre one.. Asking for advice and viability of the above 3 options.
  2. Coe has been on hovering 70k plus and nobody know when it will drop and new car and used car (2L and above) price is still very expensive to certain people even for 2L and below for those who currently own a car now and the coe going to expire soon and caught in the middle of buying new or used car but if the currently own car (2L and above) is in good condition and have been service regularly, will be make sense to renew it if just paying 70k plus for the next 10 years as the new/ used car depreciation is above 10k and above for a 2L car
  3. Hi all car owners! Looking for a second hand car? Are you looking to trade-in your current car for another model? Is your car's COE due soon and you're looking to scrap or export? We've got you covered. Find your next car with us. Do drop a pm or whatsApp. I will assist in the entire process to make it fast, hassle-free and convenient for you. I specialise in car services including sale of used car, trade-in, and scrapping/exporting. I will strive to give you the best quote possible. Most importantly, I will ensure the process is honest, transparent and fair. Our company has been in the car trade for more than 20 years and we take pride in customer satisfaction in the way we have conducted our business in the past 2 decades. No precious time is wasted on your part. We are your trusted used car mart and the preferred place to buy & sell your car, with full services provided. Come find a great deal with us today! For used car and trade-in enquiries, feel free to drop a SMS or WhatsApp. Scrapping/exporting process: Drop a SMS or Whatsapp; after confirmation of deal, just drop your car off at our office and your cheque will be ready for you. To request for a quotation, kindly SMS or WhatsApp to 9855-3664 in the following format: 1. Vehicle make & model 2. Year of registration 3. Transmission (Auto or Manual) 4. Car Plate Number 5. Owner's IC Number 6. Mileage 7. Number of owners 4. Engine's Condition 5. Gearbox's Condition (You may also wish to send in photos of your car - front, 2 sides, rear view. up. All these details help in giving you the best offer). Cheers!
  4. Current car COE expiring in Early 2013. If scrap, should take back about $13k. Aiming for 2014 - 2016 if COE goes down due to De-registration to buy new car. Hence, buying a new car now doesn't seem to be a good decision. For COE cars, the previous OMV rebates is lost right? Is my calculation correct? Seems like buying a pre-owned car with depreciation less than $9k will be a better option? Thanks in advance. If Renew COE (5yrs) No scrap value 5 yrs COE at ~$25k at 50% off (No loan, full cash) Increasing road tax every year Potentially high maintenance cost Estimate depreciation of about $5k (COE) + $3k (OMV) + $1k (potential maintenance) = $9k If buy Used <3 yrs old car : Pay depreciation for previous owner <5 yrs old car : Also pay depreciation for previous owner but maybe lesser <7 yrs old car : Could be high maintenance due to major wear & tear, but lesser depreciation >7 yrs old car : Could be even high maintenance due to major wear & tear, but least depreciation
  5. Anyone can share how you assessed your car when u decided to do Coe renewal for 5 or 10 years? As in how u know if the car still can last that longer?
  6. Tanahseng

    COE issue

    Friends in MCF, can someone enlightened me regarding COE renewal. My current car left one more year, if I decide to renew the COE for 5 years upon expire, can I pay it via installment? If so, what will be the step by step like? Hope someone can advice, TIA