It depends on the make, model, condition, and mileage. Start by checking the blue book value.
Kbb.com is the most accurate website for vehicle prices if you include all of the features. Their book values are generally used to establish trade in value and as a baseline for used car dealers to establish their prices. Generally the book value is less than you'll pay on a used car lot. If you're lucky you can get a private seller under the book value by haggling. Yes, Kelly Blue Book values are used for getting the value of cars so that you know what the best asking price is. Also if you are looking to buy a vehicle then you can use the Kelly Blue Book website or book to determine if the asking price is a good deal or too much.
Craigslist can be a great place to buy a lot of things, as long as you verify the quality of the item! When considering your purchase, you should compare their asking price with the items retail price, as well as ask for details including pictures, years of use, and any damages. Be cautious and you may find a great buy.
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