I understand location of a used vehicle affects how much a used vehicle is worth as well as condition, mileage, age, etc.
Generally speaking, how do prices vary in different parts of the country for pre-owned vehicles?
How does it vary by specific vehicle?
This is difficult to answer "generally". A lot of variables go into pricing vehicles across the country. Where trucks might be popular in Maine, they're not so popular in Miami!
〉 Answered on Oct 26th, 2006 by Joy Sherman, Owner at Ms. Motorcars
The area of the country can make a big difference, obviously a 4 wheel drive vehicle will have more value in certain area of the north, but supply and demand will make a difference. Hybrids will have higher values in bigger cities. Makes sure to use web sites that sort out values based on area or zip code.
〉 Answered on Oct 26th, 2006 by Jamey Wozniak, Owner and CEO at Joe's Hitch, Trailer & Truck Accessories