a 2012 dodge challenger r/t has a quote of $28,775 dealers invoice ( new ). i am looking at a 2012 dodge challenger r/t that has 12,046 miles on it. and they are asking $28,995.00 for car. my question is this car is a year old or older and already has over 12,000 miles on it and they are asking still $220.00 ver invoice? whats would be an excellent price on this car, in your standards and what formula could a person use all the time to see if they are getting a good deal? new or used?
Use KBB.com, Edmunds.com and Truecar.com to determine the average selling prices in your area. The difference is prices may be due to the optional equipment - it may be due to a high asking price that can be negotiated down.
if its hot its hot,I remember used benzs 2 and 3 and more years old climbing every year by thousands exceeding new invoice,,the book sucks its a guide thats all, read it
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