We have a 1999 nissan quest with 76K miles - it is clean with one owner - what is the best price to list it for?
A dealer will try to buy it off of you for around 3500-3800 A dealer will try and sell it themselves for 5800-6000 So you should try to go in between and sell it for 4500+ Sorry but theses prices are based on a 2001 model not a 1999 and price can vary a couple hundred depending on the color, condition, and style of the car (in your case: gxe, se, gle)! Hope this helps!
On KBB.com, I see a good dealer value (if you were going that way) would be b/w $4000 and $4700, but I agree w/ gg100 (it's likely they'll want to give you less, or if they give you that much, they'll tack on fees for a trade-in or paperwork, or other nonsense). If you sell it yourself KBB.com lists value b/w $5200 and $6000. If you put it online (Craigslist or something similar) I'd probably price high to start w/ (around 58 or 59 hundred). Then if people start to bite and seem interested, you could win them by giving 100 to 150 off. Most likely no one will want to pay the asking price and they'll try to haggle w/ you, so give yourself some working room to drop the price a little.
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