price for '89 200?
Theron J. Bliss
tbliss at mestek.com
Tue Nov 21 08:50:18 EST 2000
Actually, I find that averaging the trade-in and the retail values is a
pretty fair price most of the time. It's basically there as a guideline.
You could expect to pay anywhere from trade-in to retail price.
cobram at juno.com wrote:
> Whenever I use KBB.com or sites like this, go by what they list as
> TradeIn value. This is usually what the car is really worth. These
> sites get their revenue from dealers, so their Retail numbers are
> ridiculous most of the time. You didn't mention the mileage, but one in
> very good condition is worth maybe $2800. It's a tough sell too,
> especially with the reputation Audi has with the Autobox in the 44 body.
> Cobram at Juno.Com
> On Mon, 20 Nov 2000 19:16:53 -0500 Ameer Antar <ameer at snet.net> writes:
> > What's a good price for an '89 200 turbo w/ AT? The Kelly Blue Book
> > starts
> > at $7500. Is that even right??!!! Thanks.
> > -ameer
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