2007 Prius with bent suspension - how much does this cost to fix

Asked by Nov 19, 2014 at 05:00 PM about the 2007 Toyota Prius Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

We don't know whether it is worth fixing up my son-in-law's Prius or to just sell it to
someone for cheap -
it is a 2007 and runs really well - great engine - the only problem is is that it has a ruined
suspension (bent) and it has torn wires that can be spliced for $1,000. at the dealer (bad
tire blowout caused it).  The interior is really dirty, too.  
If we sell it, how much would it be worth?  It has approximately 120,000. miles on it.

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19,340

Turn it in to his insurance company. Its a hybrid and they are stupid expensive to work on and very dangerous too. Whoever quoted you the $1000 are they a good reputable mechanic who has knowledge of hybrids?

19,340

I just caught that you said the dealer. A new Toyota dealer, correct? As far as selling it with all the damage it will be hard to do because it sounds like its not driveable.

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Yes, I would not sell it without disclosing the issues.

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