what should be a good deal for this vehicle.

Asked by Mar 11, 2013 at 03:44 PM about the 2007 Ford Escape Limited

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Mileage 49,804

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The value depends on where you live. Check Kbb.com and Edmunds.com for values in your area.

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Always use trade in values, like those you see a range at sites like intelliprice.com , from there you can decide. you can put in fake name and address, but you'll see what dealers have paid for them. KBB's prices are unrealistically too high. dealers who use them are charging too much. Edmunds is more realistic. Where KBB get those values does not jive with reality. A car is worth the wholesale value, and retail is just pure profit. Start at the base point always, and negotiate. With heated seats and sunroof, I'd pay about $11,000, but the dealer may have only paid as little as $6-8,000 on trade in for it. I'm a dealer, trust me.

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