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Old 29 Aug 2006, 02:13 am   #1 (permalink)
karthik4x4@gmail.com
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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, 04:54 pm   #2 (permalink)
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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


Well, CARMAX has tons of brand new, 2007 Camry LE, 4 cylinder auto. at
$20K. All 2007s have a far superior safety package than the 2004s. Do
you really need that extra 50 HP?

New 2006 Honda Accord LX, 4 cylinder auto is selling for about $19K
according to Edmunds.

Either of these new cars seems like a much better deal than that used
Camry. The prices you show for the car assume a "clean" condition, with
no mechanical or cosmetic work required. Do you know the car is this
good? Does the seller have all the service records for the car (at
least oil change receipts)?

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Old 07 Sep 2006, 12:27 am   #3 (permalink)
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kbb is on the high end of the price guides. Try Edmonds.com ? esp with
Todays gas prices I would prefer the 4 cyl. My old 4 cyl 88 camry has 212K
miles. Paint Looks like hell, but has had reg service/upkeep. it will
still run 80 MPH down the highway all day long & get 30 mpg. It just
depends on how bad you want that car. Offer him $15K The used car market
is flooded with an over abundance of cars.

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