Trading in on a used car

Asked by Jun 15, 2014 at 07:57 AM about the 2007 Hyundai Accent GS Hatchback

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How much to expect when trading in on a used accord

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Are you asking how much the seller/dealer will give you if you trade in your 2007 Hyundai? Check this site for some ballpark prices....www.kbb.com The actual price the dealer will give you , or you negotiate might differ.

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Also don't tell the dealer you are trading in a car until you finalize a price. This is very important.

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When you "trade" a car to a dealer, you are just giving it away- they will manipulate the numbers to make it look like you are getting money off the car you want- actually, they have just jacked the asking price up to make it appear that they are bringing it back down- that's how they stay in business- thank you for helping that poor dealer stay in business-

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