How many miles? Automatic or Manual? Does it have all of it's service papers? Was it kept up (i.e. regular oil changes, tune ups)? Has it ever been in a wreck? If so, how bad was it and what was replaced? How does the exterior and interior look? Has there been any major repairs on the car? Is it an ESI, TSI or a TSI (AWD)? These all factor into whether or not you are getting a good deal. The Kelly Blue Book Value on a 1995 Talon ESI Coupe (most common) in mint condition with 100,000 miles on it with standard equipment (Air, Power Steering, tilt wheel, am/fm stereo, dual front airbags) and I'm adding on some other options (power locks and windows, cruise control, cassette, sliding sun roof and rear spoiler) is $2875 private party value.
Nuetral safety switch could be bad or the wires to it are busted off , or timing is off
12% of 3000 dollars = 3000*12/100 dollars = 360 dollars.
3000 * .03 = $90
You would get about 75 dollars if you trade in a psp 3000 if not about 70 dollars.
3000 yen is $36.85 U.S. dollars
Today, August 2, 2014, $3000 in Canadian dollars is worth about $2747. 45 in US dollars. The currency exchange rate is subject to change daily.
By earning 3000 dollars more than you spend. Basically, you can concentrate on earning more, on spending less, or a little of both.
3000*(7/100)*(6/12) = 105 dollars
It is 2000-4000 dollars depending on the country New or used? New from $900 to $3000 in the US (is it plated, extra barrels, what calliber, any magazines?)
Bred -800 to 3000+ dollars. Normal Rescued-150+ dollars
Only if it is rare enough is when it could be $3000.
About 3000 dollars