What is the retail value of a 2001 4-door Chevy cavalier?
Shrinkage is the difference between the stock on the inventory book and the actual physical stock. Shrinkage is also deifned as the difference between the value ( retail price ) of the stock on the inventory book and the value of the ( retail price ) actual physical stock. Shrinkage % is calculated as the difference between the value ( retail price ) of the stock on the inventory book and the value of the…
Retail value is just that, retail. It's the average price that consumers are paying at a dealership. Think of it as walking into a store and buying a CD at full price. Market value is the average value of the car in the market, which means what you might get for it if you sold it yourself to another person.
While NSDA does not value cars, according to the NADA, a 1993 Honda Civic CX had a MSRP of $8,400. Low retail is listed at $2,400 and high retail is listed at $6,225 with an average retail of $4,275. The higher end 1993 Civic SI Del Sol had a MSRP of $15,000. Low retail is listed as $3,150 and high retail is $6,775 with an average retail of $4,750.
Why would the engine fan continue to run when the engine is running cool on a 1996 Chevy Cavalier 2.2?
According to the NADA guides value ranges from: Low Retail $4,625.00 Average Retail $7,725.00 High Retail $13,150.00 Some may be worth more than the high retail value in resell dependant upon condition. Further, because these vehicles are "collectibles/classic cars" they should increase in value annually. Hope this helps. C.R.