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published on 12th May 2015 by Steve Whitaker
Have you ever thought of driving a Chelsea Truck Company CJ300 Jeep Wrangler or the Project Kahn RS250 Evoque?

You get what you pay for is the age old proverb...


Yet, when it comes to value for money, The Chelsea Truck Company CJ300 Jeep Wrangler and Project Kahn RS250 maintain their value better than the stock vehicles on which they are based.


The Project Kahn RS250 Evoque and Chelsea Truck Company Jeep were assessed by the automotive valuation authority, CAP, with the findings pointing towards significant uplift in residual value, when compared to the equivalent Black Book value of the stock vehicle.


Tellingly, the Jeep Wrangler CJ300 retains 12.5% above the standard CAP Black Book value with the Evoque RS250 maintaining a jaw breaking 22% above Black Book value.


The Kahn Group’s founder and Chief Designer, Afzal Kahn, is pleased to see CAP’s findings, which re-iterate the fact that when you buy a Project Kahn or Chelsea Truck Company vehicle, it is money well spent.


“We spend a great deal of time and endeavour to make sure that all features of our work, our wheel designs, exterior and interior styling, complements the standard vehicle.


“Consumers will be reassured to know that when they buy a Chelsea Truck Company or Project Kahn vehicle, it will hold more of its value for longer.\"


Similar analysis is underway for the Project Kahn Range Rover and Range Rover Sport models. Figures will be released in the coming weeks ahead, and are expected to show a similar uplift.


Please view the current figures below:


Jeep Wrangler: CAP Black Book plus 12.5%


Defender XS 90: CAP Black Book plus 18%


Defender XS 110: CAP Black Book plus 21%


Evoque Ground Effect: CAP Black Book plus 9%


Evoque RS Sport: CAP Black Book plus 16%


Evoque RS250: CAP Black Book plus 22%

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