I have a Chrysler 2006 with 80000 miles I want to trade it in for a 2008 how much can I trade it for

Asked by May 20, 2013 at 09:44 PM about the 2008 Chrysler Sebring Limited Convertible

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27,875

go to kbb.com or nada.com to find a ball park figure. The dealer will usually be less then what the site says because thats just how they are. but it should be pretty close.

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2,405

heres the trade in value from kbb. Excellent $7,950 Very Good $7,825 Good $7,400 Fair $6,450

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2,405

trade in value is allways worth less than private party retail price

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99,175

Keep the 2006 with the low mileage. Two years newer isn't moving up all that much.

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Yikes. Have you checked the reliability of the '07 and '08s? The daimler redesign was rife with electrical and electronic problems. Also the early metal folding tops had abundant squeak/seal issues. Above all be sure it never had a collision, or the potential for headaches multiplies. I don't want to be a wet blanket, but consider an extended warranty if you take the plunge.

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