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Used Toyota Altis 2008 E Manual

Toyota Altis 2008 E Manual

Metro Manila, Las Piñas


Manual 70,000 km

Used 2008 Kia Carnival EX LWB A/T Diesel

2008 Kia Carnival EX LWB A/T Diesel

Metro Manila, Makati


Automatic 89,000 km

Used 2008 Toyota Rav 4 A/T Gas

2008 Toyota Rav 4 A/T Gas

Metro Manila, Makati


Automatic 89,000 km

Used Toyota Altis 2008 E Manual

Toyota Altis 2008 E Manual

Metro Manila, Las Piñas


Manual 70,000 km

Used Mitsubishi Lancer

Mitsubishi Lancer

Metro Manila, Caloocan


120,000 km

Used Chrysler 300c 2008 AT

Chrysler 300c 2008 AT

Cavite, Bacoor

₱538,000 ₱180,000 DP

Automatic 40,000 km

Used Vios 2008 1.5G Top of the Line

Vios 2008 1.5G Top of the Line

Metro Manila, Mandaluyong


Manual 109,000 km

Used Honda Civic FD V 2008

Honda Civic FD V 2008

Metro Manila, Makati


Automatic 105,000 km

Used 2008 Porsche Cayenne V6

2008 Porsche Cayenne V6

Metro Manila, Quezon City


Automanual 56,990 km

Used 2008 Subaru Forester A/T

2008 Subaru Forester A/T

Metro Manila, Las Piñas


Automatic 93,000 km

Used For Sale KIA-RIO 2008

For Sale KIA-RIO 2008

Davao del Sur, Davao City


Automatic 82,000 km

Used Forklift High Quality Korea Surplus

Forklift High Quality Korea Surplus

Cavite, Bacoor


Automanual 66,148 km



Pampanga, Arayat


107,000 km

Used Isuzu Sportivo 2008

Isuzu Sportivo 2008

Laguna, Calamba


Manual 123 km

Used Chevrolet Tahoe GM LT 2008 AT

Chevrolet Tahoe GM LT 2008 AT

Cavite, Bacoor


Automatic 60,000 km

Used Honda CR-V 2008

Honda CR-V 2008

Laguna, Calamba


Automatic 123 km

Used Honda Civic 2008

Honda Civic 2008

Laguna, Calamba


Automatic 123 km

Used Ford Focus 2008

Ford Focus 2008

Laguna, Calamba


Automatic 123 km

How to Increase Your Car's Resale Value

You are here at the page for Cars 2008 for sale on - one of the largest online platforms for car buying and selling in the Philippines. Before making the decision to buy your next car, you might want to read all our news, reviews and insights to make sure you are getting the best possible deal.

Whoever says that cars are investments are only partly correct. The moment that you purchase your car from a car dealership it instantly loses its value. According to economic studies, a brand new car loses most of its value during the first 5 years of ownership.

Luckily has compiled some tips for you on how you can increase the value of your car.

1. Observe Proper Maintenance

Your car is a finely tuned machine with a lot of moving metal parts. These parts rub against and hit each other many multiple times when you have your car on.

Movement and vibration create friction which then, in turn, make heat. That same heat magnified many times over causes damage to your engine. Another thing is if you do not change the oil in your car, the oil turns bad and sludges up the car's insides.

If you observe the car's proper maintenance and religiously follow the prescribed PMS schedule, you will have that coveted manufacturer's maintenance diary. This document records all the times you sent the car over for maintenance and may include parts replaced and other mods. With that document, you can actually increase your car's value when the time comes to sell it.

2. Fix the Paint and Dings

Apart from having your car mechanically sound, you have to package your car to be desirable to look at. Many car buyers relate a good-looking and presentable car to be a good car.

Do not sell your vehicle if it has major scratches or dents in it as this will immediately send the car's resale value plummeting. Give it a fresh coat of paint and you will find that your investment in having the body repaired will pay off.

3. Keep Maintenance Records and Documents

Buyers will always be wary of a used car's history. In the Philippines, we do not have a central database to trace the history of the car from ownership to maintenance records.

Keeping all documentation handy with you will create a sort of diary of everything that happened to your car, from maintenance work, modifications and part bought even ownership will create a sense of assurance to the buyer that it will be worth their money buying your car.

4. Replace Tires if Needed

Tires are one of your cars most important parts. The quality of your tires greatly affect the cars overall performance, handling, comfort, and demeanor.

It is your vehicle's connection to the road and any imperfection is felt almost instantaneously. It is also a major safety concern to sell your car with busted tires. Spending on decent tires, much like repairing the body can add dividends to your car's resale value.

5. Drive Defensively and Safely

The easiest, most cost-effective way to maintain your car's resale value is to drive safely. Defensive driving is an often thrown-around word that actually means so much to the car's resale value.

If you drive safely and sensibly you can avoid collisions, it doesn't wear out the tires as much plus you have the distinction of selling your car in original and pristine condition. Much like trading cards in mint condition, keeping your car intact will be a major selling point for you.

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