Could I sell my 2000 Camry for $4500?

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Asked by Jun 03, 2008 at 09:19 PM about the 2000 Toyota Camry

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Its a CE with the 2.2l I4. It has 136,00 miles. The interior is perfect and everything works. Its been maintained wel and has a new battery new tires.. etc. However it has a damaged rear bumper, cracked front bumper, primer on part of the hood and several door dings. Also it has scratches in several places on the paint and some damage from a rear end collision and a broken drivers door handle. KBB puts it at $4000 but i see Camry's like mine with nearly 200,000 miles selling for around 6-7000. I was just wondering if $4500 sounded reasonable considering the damage (see picture) and the fact that if the body was perfect it could sell for $7000.

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in canada those cars with that mileage sell for $3000 max especially with all the damage. urs probably more like $1800-$2000 camry's are great cars but no one wants one thats all beat up.

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Justin has a point about no one wanting a dinged up car, but nowadays if it gets good gas milage, than that is worth a lot. Hope for about $3500, don't be disappointed with $3000

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worth $2,475-$6,000

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hi gabe, am mailing you from Nigeria, i want to ask if it is possible that you can sell it for me for $3,000. will be expecting your response, thanks.

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sorry i sold it a long time ago

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