I want to know if I overpaid for my 2009 Honda Odyssey EX-L back in 2012 and what it will be worth in 2017.

Asked by Jul 24, 2014 at 11:40 PM about the 2009 Honda Odyssey EX-L w/ Nav and DVD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

is there a tool that essentially tracks the price of a particular model year at the time it was
purchased and how it has depreciated over time and into the future?

4 Answers

74,175

Well no, we can,t see the future,if we could we would not buy thing,s that depreciate,like car,s.As soon as you buy a new one and drive it of the lot,it loose,s value anywhere from $5000 to $8000,depending on what type you bought.

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74,175

Check the kbb.com,give you some idea what price is now,then brake it down in to a third,should be about right.

25,375

value is dependent on vehicle condition- that is the x-factor in determining what a car is worth- having said that, it is true that people love those Honda things- having said THAT, modern, 21st century cars are just junk- all cars, really- they carry us around, but can make our lives an expensive, living hell- in my opinion, (for what it's worth), no car is worth the thousands you spent for that Odyssey- buy a bicycle and ride mass transport- now you can see that motor vehicles, like my advice, have only perceived value- that is to say, NO value- ommmm

287,125

It's worth around $18K now depending on mileage and condition. I used 60K miles as an estimate. So 3 years from now? I looked at a 2006 model (2009-3 =2006) and with higher mileage of course, 100K estimate, it was worth around $10K. So that's my guess to your answer.

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