Could you please tell me what I am doing wrong. My Civic is at a good price and nobody ever e-mail me on the car. I don't know what to do. Help

Asked by Mar 23, 2015 at 02:03 PM about the 2010 Honda Civic Coupe EX

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I have a 2010 Honda Civic Coupe with 45000 miles and can't get any bites. Help!

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Try listing it on other sites. A honda forum or autotrader.com

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Just my opinion its priced to high. I sell 2010 clean titles never wrecked for 10200...your civic coupe has a bad carfax and autocheck noting a rebuilt salvage title in 2012 from boston. In my area a rebuilt civic with that year 8200-8500 with comparable mileage. if it had a clean title 10,200 to 9800 with no accident history. Rebuilts do not bring money unless you are selling something no one has or your miles are really low. I not saying al rebuilts are bad, for example my husband is a bodyman so my personal car is a rebuilt title 2014 accord exl. I know its damage have its pictures and when i decide to upgrade it to a newer year it sells 3-4 grand under any car and most of the time is has half the miles as other cars with zero competition and the vehicle can pass any Honda inspection if its racked. Last personal car i sold was a 2011 accord for 13k with 25,000 miles on it before i got my new personal car. Also be aware some banks will not finance them like the used to therefore even if your vehicle is fixed top notch and repaired back to original condition with OEM parts your customer base is cut because of its title status, thus taking longer to sell. I actually sold my accord to someone that was a cash buyer and to find a cash buyer with 13k in hand plus taxes takes awhile and again your car has to be top notch.

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