my 89 year old mother wants to sell her 2002 honda accord lx with 15K miles. (no that is not a typo!) How much can she expect to get? It is in mint condition.

schreid_n
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Asked by schreid_n Jun 07, 2012 at 12:07 PM about the 2002 Honda Accord LX

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

15K original miles
no accidents
normal wear on outside, some minor scratches
mint condition on inside

3 Answers

Tom Demyan
122,605

High clean retail is listed at $5600, so I'd say she could expect to get around $4600. Start the listing higher, and let the buyers talk her down.

Tom Demyan
122,605

Sorry, I clicked on the wrong year. $9300 high retail, so figure $1K lower. so around $8300.

Ben Vincent
275

With a 'time capsule' car like that one, you should hold out for the full retail value. An Accord with so few miles should get you more money than the typical ten year old vehicle with much higher miles. It will depend on how long she's willing to wait for a potential buyer that sees the value in this car.

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