Prices vary in different regions, also pricing depends on Color, condition, miles, options and whether it is an automatic or stick. To see Values in your area you can got to www.autotrader.com and do a search with the criteria you are looking for within 50 miles of your zip code and you will get a good range. Usually the middle lower range of prices would be a good price to pay. Remember the cheapest car is not usually the best deal it may have problems like accident, salvage etc.
〉 Answered on Jan 4th, 2009 by Patricia Algier , Owner at Valley Dealer Exchange Inc
To get an average price for this vehicle you would need to go online to www.nada.com and put in the correct year, make, model, mileage and your zip code. Then to find out if this particular car is worth that price, you would need to take it to a trained auto technician to have a thorough used car inspection to see what shape it is truly in mechanically, and to make sure it has not been in an accident.
〉 Answered on Jan 9th, 2009 by Amy Mattinat, Owner and Author at Auto Craftsmen Ltd