What criteria do you use to establish "Instant Market Value"?
What is the "Instant Market Value"? Put simply, Instant Market Value is the estimated fair retail price for a vehicle based on similar listings in the market. We analyze millions of currently listed and recently sold cars to determine the Instant Market Value for a vehicle based on year, trim, mileage, transmission, options, region and other factors.
Thanks Tom...I appreciate the quick response. The vehicle in question is a 2007 Toyota Sequoia, listed on your site. It's in Salem, OR with 67,235 miles and price listed as "negotiable"...but the dealers web site lists the price as $29,961. Any input as to it's instant market value?
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