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I have an 01 mercedes, id like to go to a camry maybe an 03. whats the best way to make the transition. I owe around 13000.00 and would be happy with just the payoff.

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Jenny Trostel, Partner at Anderson of Hunt Valley Tricia, First, go online to determine if your car is worth $13000.00. Having this information will help when you negotiate the trade-in price. Make sure the car looks good and is clean inside and out. Start looking for the Camry that you want. Check into certified preowned programs. The loan rates can be vary favorable and you know that the car has been thoroughly inspected. Do some online research to find the best deal. Take your time and you will find the right car and negotiate the right deal. Good Luck!

Patty Streeter,  at Tricia, Check out our expert's advice. When you look up your vehicle's value, go to to find your private sale and trade-in values.

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