HOW MUCH CAN I SELL A USED 2004 HYUNDAI SONATA FOR THAT HAS A SLIPPED TIMING BELT

Asked by Nov 19, 2014 at 08:52 PM about the 2004 Hyundai Sonata LX

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

IT IS CLEAN MINUS SOME MINOR COSMETIC ISSUES AND THE TIMING BELT BUT I NEED TO GET RID OF IT ASAP BUT WOULD LIKE TO GET THE MOST POSSIBLE OUT OF IT. WOULD IT BE MORE PROFITABLE TO PART IT OUT?

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19,000

How many miles? Which trim package? 4cyl, plain V-6, V-6 GLS or V-6 LX?

25,595

Totally depends on the mileage (as far as selling it). I doubt an '04 Hyundai will fetch a whole lot of $$, so I'd get a quote on fixing the timing belt and look at a site like: www.kbb.com to get an idea of what it's worth. For this car in Fair Condition and 60k miles, it's worth approx. $4,500. Next, find a local Chop Shop and ask them "If you steal my car, how much would you make on parts?" <

19,000

LOL on the chop shop. it sounds like the plot of a show on MTV with west coast customs.

25,595

Hmm? wonder if Jackie would come out ahead if she found an Honest and reputable Chop Shop guy who would give her a 50/50 split on whatever he gets for the parts after he steals the Hyundai from her driveway? LOL! Just kidding :)

19,000

LOL!

1 out of 1 people think this is helpful.

LEATHER INTERIOR AND LOADED ITS A V6 GLS BUT I CANT GET THE EXACT MILEAGE RIGHT NOW BUT I BELIEVE IT 180000

UNFORTUNATELY, THERES ONLY ONE WAY TO FIND OUT IF SOMEONES NOT HONEST LOL

19,000

You could get about $1500 for it with the problems it has.

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