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It has been a LONG time since I have bought a used car. Things have certainly changed with pricing knowledge due to the internet and NADA being online. I am confused as to which NADA pricing I should use to compare to what someone wants for a used car. NADA has "rough trade-in, average tade-in, clean trade-in, and clean retail."

Anyone out there had to deal with this lately?
 

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Somewhere between trade in and retail would be where to look. Also,
NEVER buy ANY used car without seeing a CARFAX sheet on the vehicle.
NEVER buy ANY used car without seeing a CARFAX sheet on the vehicle.
NEVER buy ANY used car without seeing a CARFAX sheet on the vehicle.
NEVER buy ANY used car without seeing a CARFAX sheet on the vehicle.
NEVER buy ANY used car without seeing a CARFAX sheet on the vehicle.
Several years ago I was in the market, I paid I believe $25 for a month of carfax access and I ran every car I looked at and boy was I surprised at the liars out there with used cars for sale.
Do your home work carefully, then before making a purchase have a good mechanic look the vehicle over and advise as to whether he sees anything MAJOR or UNSAFE.
As well call your insurance company before making a purchase as some cars cost more to insure than others.
my 2 cents worth.
 

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Look at Edmunds for used car pricing. It is based on actual purchase prices for your area.
 
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