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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28,965

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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2,525

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

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2,525

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

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102,865

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

3,885

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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