I am considering buying a 2004 Chevolet, Cavalier, 4, syl. sedan with 117,000 miles. Selling as "good condition" car for $4,650. Is that too much?

Asked by Jun 21, 2012 at 12:02 AM

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2004 Chevrolet, 4 syl. 4 door, 117,000 miles.  Asking price:  4650. Selling as "good condition".  Is this 4650 reasonable selling price?  It has good tires, but paint job isn't perfect.   What is reasonable selling price?

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That is way too high for that many miles, I wouldn't pay $2000.


Kelly blue book, lists the car at $5500 full retail,$3700 would be asking if a private party was selling it. IF the paint job is bad, then no more than $3000. I might tend to agree with James on the $2K, but I'm sure the seller won't let it go for that much. Doesn't hurt to try.

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