$3400 for '95 Stealth RT (5pd, non-turbo)?

Asked by Feb 25, 2010 at 10:23 PM about the 1995 Dodge Stealth 2 Dr R/T Hatchback

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Is that a good deal? It's listed at a dealership for just under $3400. Mileage is 139,000 miles. Anything buying tips for this car would be highly appreciated. I'm not too experienced with buying used cars, esp. ones with such high mileage. Thanks!

2 Answers

85

i looked it up in the Kelly Blue Book. with the miles it has on its lised at $4,360 if its in excellent condition. if it is in excellent condition then its a good deal, but u should get the VIN # and check the car fax just to see if the cars ben in any accidents, cuz that could b y its listed lower than the normal price.

35

For a '95? That's not a bad deal. And the mileage only comes out to a little more than 9,000 a year, well below normal use. As long as the recommended maint has been done, I'd jump on it.

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