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Trade in value

Has anyone traded in a 2013 v6 premium? I think I want to get rid of this car before it becomes a huge money pit now that the warranty is up. Unfortunately I've had a lot of issues with it and I know I won't find a buyer on craigslist with so much cash on hand. I kind of want a truck but I don't think I'm going to find anything I want that isn't insanely priced.

Anyone that has traded a similar car, what can I expect? I've actually never traded a car in before so any tips would be appreciated.

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Run it through all of the on-line tools and take the lowest number; that's probably about what a dealer will give you on trade-in. Generally "Black Book" gives the lowest numbers. You can ignore most of the mods because they don't count.


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You'd be far better off parting it out. None of your mods will add any value. Once it's back to stock, take it to carmax and get a quote from them (which is good for a while) then go shop it at dealers. If they can't beat it, decide if you want to go for Craigslist or sell to carmax. You can leave there with just a check.

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also, what we say doesn't matter unless it's "I'll give you $xxxx for it" look up all values KBB NADA True Car etc. Print out high ones. Go to Car Max and get a written offer and be prepared to be dissapointed. Remember dealers will sometimes adjust selling price of new vehicle to give you alot for your trade. get a realistic value of what they go for and figure if you want to go to the hassle of selling it yourself.

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Just to give you some idea, when I traded my `13 V6 automatic `vert (not premium). The most I could get for it was $19,000. That was almost two years ago, & the car had less than 5,000 (five thousand) miles on it. YMMV

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