do your have listing for $2000 and below?

Asked by Jun 17, 2013 at 07:15 PM

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

honda, mazda, toyota,gm

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Just use the slider bar to left to filter from $1-2k and the select "lowest price first" at the drop down box toward the top center area of the Used Cars screen (after you select make and model). It'll be far easier to find a GM used in that price range, but not sure I'd recommend that...Remember you really DO get what you pay for. What kind of car did you have in mind?


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