When selling a car, exchanging it, taking out insurance and in a number of other cases, it is required to calculate the cost of the car. It is not difficult to do this at the moment. The main thing is to correctly assess the state of the market and the car itself.
If you want to estimate the cost of a practically new car (that is, one that is only a year or two), then use a flat rate for calculations. It is usually 10-25% of the current market value of the car. So, for example, if you purchased a car that cost 250 thousand rubles and operated it for only six months, then its cost at the time of calculation will be approximately 220 thousand rubles.
If the car is already more than three years old and its warranty period is over, then the cost of the car must be calculated using other coefficients. You can immediately discount 25% of the market value. Then add lowering rates as well. These include the technical condition of the vehicle, the condition of the engine. These indicators are calculated as follows. Evaluate the condition of all vehicle systems on a five-point scale, where 1 is excellent and 5 is very bad. Do you want to get the result close to real? Evaluate critically. Then multiply your results by 5%. And this will be an additional disadvantage to the 25% that you have already thrown off. This position is relevant for calculating the condition of the chassis and engine.
In the same way, assess the condition of the body. Only the resulting numbers, multiply by 3%. If you add up all the resulting values, you can reset from the value of the car from 30 to 60%.
You can also estimate the approximate cost of a car by indirect indications. Study the list of offers on the market and demand. This can be done by leafing through specialized periodicals or by studying the proposals on sites such as https://www.auto.ru, https://www.izrukvruki.ru. Determine the average price that is set for mass sales similar to your brand of car. This will give you an idea of how much your car might cost.
You can also evaluate the car with the help of intermediaries. To do this, you need to collect a package of documents, which includes PTS, certificate of registration of the vehicle (TS), data on the inspection of the car, mileage, details of the owner (passport), a description of the purpose of the assessment and the date until which it is necessary to conduct it. Bring all these papers to a company that performs an independent vehicle appraisal, and the appraised value of your car will be calculated with almost 100% accuracy. On average, this assessment takes 1-2 days. This service costs from 1,500 to 3,000 rubles, depending on the type of car.