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How have used car prices changed over the past year

How do blue book publications classify cars by year

Which websites provide free car blue book values

What are the ratings of the different manufacturers


NADA

Book Yes2013 - 2020
WebsiteYes1926 - 2021


KBB

WebsiteYes1992 - 2020


Car Blue Book

NADA

Go to [www.nadaguides.com]

Select = [Autos]

Select = [Manufacturer]

Select = [Year]

Select = [Body Style]

Select = [Model]

Select = [Trim]

Enter Zip Code = [00000]

Option = [Select]

[Get base values]

Rough Trade-In = $
Average Trade-In = $
Clean Trade-In = $
Clean Retail = $



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Car Blue Book

KBB

Go to [www.kbb.com]

Select = [My Car's Value]

Select = [Year]

Select = [Make]

Select = [Model]

Mileage = [000000]

[Get my car value]

Select = [Body Style]

Select = [Option]

Enter Zip Code = [00000]

Option = [Select]

[Price with standard equipment]

Trade-In = $
Private Party = $




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Q & A

2004 Buick Regal

This car is in excellent condition with low miles. Garage kept, no accidents. What is value?



2007 Volkswagon Passat

How do I evaluate a car with body damage?



How Have Used Car Prices Changed Over The Past Year

The current used vehicle value index published by Manheim Consulting shows an upward trend of used car prices compared to a year ago.



Which Websites Provide Free Car Blue Book Values

Kelley Blue Book
https://www.kbb.com

NADA Guides
https://www.nadaguides.com

Edmunds
https://www.edmunds.com

VRM Intl
http://www.vmrintl.com



Car Blue Book

Kelley Blue Book, NADA Guides and Edmunds.com provide free used car values online. Because each company uses a proprietary formula to calculate the value of the vehicle, you should compare pricing provided and refer to how each company calculates their blue book pricing when assessing the value of your car.

Tips To Determine Blue Book Car Values

1) Reference various blue book values

2) Consider overall condition of car

3) Consider options and equipment

4) Consider supply/demand in your area

5) Consider your negotiating position

6) Always have a mechanic inspect it



Car Ratings & Blue Book Values

JD Power Car Reliability Ratings

These ratings provide the survey results of 2004 car owners. The number represents how many problems were reported during the previous 3 years per 100 cars. All problems are weighted equally.

Most Common Problems Reported

- Wind noise
- Noisy brakes
- Seat belts fail to retract
- Poor handling
- Uneven tire wear

Ratings
Car
Rating
Average216
Acura207
Audi234
BMW182
Buick145
Cadillac162
Chevrolet226
Chrysler249
Dodge236
Ford221
GMC222
Honda169
Hummer242
Hyundai228
Infiniti215
Isuzu322
Jaguar197
Jeep219
Kia288
Land Rover398
Lexus145
Lincoln182
Mazda289
Mercedes Benz212
Mercury168
Mini247
Mitsubishi228
Nissan274
Oldsmobile196
Pontiac220
Porsche252
Saab319
Saturn274
Scion220
Subaru192
Suzuki324
Toyota178
Volvo230
Volkswagon298



Source: JD Power and Associates, Associated Press - August 2007



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