How do you determine what is a good deal

Asked by Oct 06, 2016 at 11:43 AM about the Honda Odyssey

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I looked at a vehicle that you called a good deal at $7300 .But are you aware
that this vehicle is missing a passenger side air bag at a price of $561 just for
the airbag and possibility of up to $6000 total to replace?

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Don't buy the car without the airbag

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Cargurus instant market value is calculated using the year, make and model, location and the asking price. Basically whatever the ad has. Not much else. Up to you to determine if it's worth it to you. Like joemom said, don't buy a car without an airbag, probably a salvage title too.

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Car Gurus does NOT inspect cars. You have to do that. Their value rating is merely a comparison among other similar cars in the same area.

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