FS: 2007 Saturn Sky (Harpers Ferry, WV)

Discussion in 'Saturn Sky' started by GDSmith, Jun 9, 2008.

  1. GDSmith

    GDSmith Guest

    GDSmith, Jun 9, 2008
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    bo peep Guest

    You don't indicate the mileage and condition. If it is low mileage and
    excellent condition, the book value for a private sale would be about
    bo peep, Jun 16, 2008
  3. GDSmith

    GDSmith Guest

    Wow - not sure what book you're looking at, but the NADA book has much
    better numbers than what you are wishing for.

    Base Trade 20,350 Retail 23,250
    Mileage (13,500) Trade 700 Retail 700
    Leather Seats Trade 450 Retail 500
    Monsoon Stereo Trade 350 Retail 400
    Total Trade 21,850 Retail 24,850

    So I'm offering for retail sale at Trade-In numbers.

    GDSmith, Jun 17, 2008
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    bo peep Guest

    I was using the Kelly Blue Book website. Perhaps your NADA book is not
    current - values of used cars decline month by month at a rather rapid
    pace for cars as young as yours. In any event, you would not be
    qualified to use "retail" numbers, as they only apply to dealers who
    offer a warranty. You would want to look at the lower "private party
    sale" numbers instead.
    bo peep, Jun 17, 2008
  5. GDSmith

    GDSmith Guest

    ditto - I was using the NADA Book website also - so I stand by their
    numbers. And although I'm not a dealer, the car does have the
    remainder of the factory warranty.

    So, let's go over to your KBB.com site and see what we have - - the
    lower "private party sale" numbers show $21,690 for GOOD and $22,970
    for EXCELLENT. Since my car is in excellent condition, but I don't
    have the receipts for the service that has been performed, I'll split
    the difference and go with $22,330. Oh wait - that's still OVER the
    price that I'm actually asking for my car.

    You want to try again? They say the third time's the charm - maybe
    you'll get something right this time. :)
    GDSmith, Jun 17, 2008
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