What does the "Great Deal" number mean?


Asked by Jun 27, 2015 at 10:51 AM

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A price on a car much lower than the Market Value. Other cars of the same year and make/model/Trim and mileage are priced higher, and get "Fair Deal, "Good Deal, or on the other end of the spectrum 'High Priced' Or Overpriced. Green is good yellow is fair Red is too much to pay

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