how do you determain the if its a good deal or not?

Asked by Jan 07, 2017 at 11:14 AM about the Honda Accord

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how do you determine  the if its a good deal or not? is it based on the region? provincial? national?

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I'd look at Accords of similar style and condition on sites such as this, and other listings of local classified ads. From there, a good baseline for can be established for a fair asking price. Also, I would immediately pass on any car that does not have complete maintenance records; there are enough used Accords out there to be picky. No reason to purchase someone else's deferred repairs.

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