Lookin to trade my pontiac its a 91' Grand Prix..


Asked by Aug 31, 2009 at 05:40 PM about the 1991 Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

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I guess questions to ask yourself What are you looking for in your next vehicle? What would be the insurance quote on the vehicles you are considering and the tax and fees for your state? A suggested website you can try is edmunds.com and you can look at the apprasial link and answer a few questions to get your approximate trade in value and private party (if you sold it yourself) value. If it was my vehicle, does what I need it to and it is in good mechanical condition, I would still keep it. Assuming the vehicle is paid off, the advantage of holding it is that you do not need to make a monthly car payment. Just things to think about. Good Luck in your search!


worth $1,400-$3,275

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