How much would my camry 2011 sell for a year from now?

Asked by May 26, 2015 at 05:41 PM about the 2011 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

My car is in very good condition maybe one or 2 small scratches but in excellent condition

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A 2011 Camry SE 48k miles has a market value of $16,248. A 2010 same car 41k miles IMV $14,841. A $1407 drop. I don't know any other way to guess, which is all this really is, just has some numbers to go by. That 7k mile difference will figure in also. Best guess $14,000 to $15,000 depending on mileage. After 50k the market value starts to drop fast

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Variables to consider: How many miles on the car now ? How many will you drive in a year? Overall condition of exterior / interior? What options do you have on the car? DEMAND OR DESIRE. To own that particular model? Maintenance , tires, brakes, hoses, coolant exchanged? Are you attempting to sell it yourself (Retail) or just trade it in ( whoesale) pricing comes into effect!! Did you buy it new? 2nd ? 3rd owner? Answer all this and remember cars depreciate first couple years at a larger rate mainly due to the markup in cars that we no longer see posted on the Internet!! Up to 24%!!! Then more of gradual decline!! Answer all of these questions and follow NADA GUIDES for your region to observe REGIONAL trends!! THEY CHANGE MONTHLY, and is more accurate for showing depreciation over the course of the year!! Also look at your car here on CarGuru! Their Market Analysis is very good as well look at several comparable cars when analysing to get an estimate! AS ALWAYS IF USEFUL PLEASE CLICK MY HELPFUL BUTTON THANKS PAPA

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