If you're thinking of buying a new car, it's a good idea to find out how much your current vehicle is worth. Not only will the search be more focused when you know your budget, it will also be more enjoyable.
To find out how much your car could fetch, use our free tool above. It works in seconds and is powered by independent data, giving you an accurate idea of your car's value.
Simply follow the step-by-step instructions to input the necessary data, starting with your car number plate, followed by some information about you.
At Think Ford, we offer part exchange deals so you don't have to worry about selling your car in order to buy a new one. We always offer competitive prices and will help you purchase your ideal car through a convenient finance option, if you wish.
Once you have your valuation, feel free to browse the Ford range to find a car that ticks all the boxes. Our part exchange deals are on offer across the range including both new and used cars.
If you would like to enjoy a test drive or speak to us about part exchanges, call your nearest Think Ford dealership, or send us a message using the online contact form.
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