2004 camry v6 quote

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Old 29 Aug 2006, 02:13 am   #1 (permalink)
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hi, im planning to buy a camry 2004 v6 from a private party. 30k
miles. automatic, fabric seats, alloy wheels, ABS. He is quoting me
the price of 17000$. kbb price for private party value is 16000 and
for trade in value is 14000$. this is my first car purchase. Do I
need to bargain for a price between trade in and the private party
value? thanks for your help

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Old 29 Aug 2006, 08:16 am   #2 (permalink)
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On 29 Aug 2006 00:13:01 -0700, karthik4x4@gmail.com wrote:

>hi, im planning to buy a camry 2004 v6 from a private party. 30k
>miles. automatic, fabric seats, alloy wheels, ABS. He is quoting me
>the price of 17000$. kbb price for private party value is 16000 and
>for trade in value is 14000$. this is my first car purchase. Do I
>need to bargain for a price between trade in and the private party
>value? thanks for your help


Used cars rarely sell for the first asking price, offer 15k and go
from there. I assume it is in good condition. Get it inspected by a
mechanic you trust.
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Old 30 Aug 2006, 12:42 am   #3 (permalink)
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It's good you checked KBB. Also look at www.edmunds.com and go from
there.
Edmunds shows $17K is dealer retail. These prices are usually on the
high side in my experience. Take it to a dealer and get a quote from
there and see if the dealer is willing to pay even $14K.



karthik4x4@gmail.com wrote:
> hi, im planning to buy a camry 2004 v6 from a private party. 30k
> miles. automatic, fabric seats, alloy wheels, ABS. He is quoting me
> the price of 17000$. kbb price for private party value is 16000 and
> for trade in value is 14000$. this is my first car purchase. Do I
> need to bargain for a price between trade in and the private party
> value? thanks for your help


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Old 06 Sep 2006, 08:25 pm   #4 (permalink)
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I gave less than $16k for my 04 LE with the 3.0 V6 and alloy wheels this
week. It had less than 37k on the odometer and is in excellent shape.

Chuck

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> It's good you checked KBB. Also look at www.edmunds.com and go from
> there.
> Edmunds shows $17K is dealer retail. These prices are usually on the
> high side in my experience. Take it to a dealer and get a quote from
> there and see if the dealer is willing to pay even $14K.
>
>
>
> karthik4x4@gmail.com wrote:
> > hi, im planning to buy a camry 2004 v6 from a private party. 30k
> > miles. automatic, fabric seats, alloy wheels, ABS. He is quoting me
> > the price of 17000$. kbb price for private party value is 16000 and
> > for trade in value is 14000$. this is my first car purchase. Do I
> > need to bargain for a price between trade in and the private party
> > value? thanks for your help

>



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