Does anyone know the current book value of the mazda 4-door LX sedan 626?
hi Christa, There are so many unknowns here for me to give you an exact blue book value (such as engine size, mileage, transmission, equipment.) I did run two searches, one was private party price (if you were to buy it from a seller not a dealer,) and the other was a retail price (if you were to buy the car from a dealership.) For both I used 100,000 miles as the mileage since it is a 13 year old car. The private party price if good condition is $2,175. The retail price if in good condition is $3,400. You can go to www.kbb.com and follow the "Used" tab to a better idea of how much the 626 you are looking is worth. Hope that helps, good luck!
Dear Christa77-- Yes, Bovan knows because Bovan knows everything. The current Kelley Blue Book value for that car with normal mileage and normal equipment is between $1,500 and $3,500, depending whether you are buying or selling and if you are a private party or a dealer. Did you know that KBB.com asks you for your zipcode? Enter a southern California zip code and the value you get is significantly higher than if you enter a zipcode in a city like Boston. Good luck from Bovan.
I hope you read this Christa. If it is a 2.0 liter with an automatic transmission, steer clear of it. Those of us who own them have been pushing for a recall for years to no avail. The transmission overheats in fairly normal conditions and dies. Manual transmissions are fine, and the 6 cylinder transmissions seem marginal.
someone in my area is selling a 2001 Mazda MPV that has 141,000 miles and needs a paint job and tires ,the paint is peeling badly interior is dirty and they are asking 1,000.00 dollars for it any thoughts on what ishould offer it has been sitting up for 2 yrs.