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  1. J Starr 4415 Accepted Answer Community Answer

    I like Kelley Blue Book-  it has been an industry standard for decades.


    When you look for the value of the car you are looking at, be scrupulous in its condition- don't be taken in by a shiny finish-  look for scratches and cloudy headlights.  Another thing to do is to run the price Kelley's gives you by your bank if you are financing this purchase-  if they feel it is more money than it's worth, it probably is. Consider what kind of warranty you can get if buying from a dealership; a private seller is more apt to not disclose problems, and once you shake his hand, the deal's done.

    Good luck-  a new-to-you car is always great.


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