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Dodge Sprinter, Dodge Sprinter Cargo, Car Leasing, Car Buying, Van
#11 of 17 Finding Wholesale & Retail pricing on Sprinters
Feb 05, 2009 (10:10 am)
I'm having a hard time trying to find a site that will show me used prices on the Sprinter. I'm searching for a sprinter 04-05 model and would like to know before hand what is the fair market value. Dealer / privet owner pricing. Just looking for the this info. and I see that the Kelly book says that this information is not released at this time. Is this correct?
There must be a site that lists this info.
Also reviewing the many posts I'm still confused as to which year is better if any one has more problems that the other. Or what to check.
Thanks for any input. JS
#12 of 17 Re: Finding Wholesale & Retail pricing on Sprinters [boathook]
Feb 14, 2009 (3:26 pm)
We just purchased a 2004 Passenger Sprinter off of EBAY for $20,995. It had just over 25,000 miles. My husband is driving it back across the country right now and says it's great and running well. When we got our loan, the bank said the retail value on the car was over $24,000, so I think we did really well as far as purchase price. EBAY is really a great place to find used cars. This is our second EBAY vehicle purchase. It comes with a warranty. And there are A LOT of Sprinters on there right now.
#13 of 17 Good Sprinter not so good dealer
Jan 19, 2010 (5:51 am)
Bought the Sprinter 7 mths back /. about 2500 miles on it. Dealer said it was the parts dept at the dealership who use the truck. I would not suggest anyone buying anything from Beck Dodge in Palaka, FL. The Sprinter had been crashed in the front & dealer never told me about the damage. It was not repaired on the inside of the fender & the smashed plastic is still there just hanging.
Dealership had a free first oil/filter offer when I bought the Sprinter & when I took it in the service writer tried to trick me into agreeing to a total service job at over $600+.
It was hard to get a direct answer from anyone inside the dealership about the damage I found on this Sprinter. I can only believe it was a real con job to have sold this Sprinter w/ damaged wind screen, poorly repaired crash damage & never having to disclosed the truth about the history of my Sprinter. Thanks Beck Dodge
#14 of 17 Not a bad sprinter deal.
Aug 31, 2010 (9:24 pm)
I bought my 07 Sprinter of Ebay for $ 19,499.00.It had 79,000 mile on it.Options
are luxury seats,steering wheel controls,aux.heater & heater booster,alum.wheels,
security system,power mirrors,premium sound w/6 disk cd,heated driver seat,
full paneling ,upper lower & floor mounting rails. Its a 170 in 2500.
By the way I average about 20.1 mpg.
Love my Sprinter & not a bad deal ether.
#15 of 17 Locksmith vehicle
Sep 22, 2010 (7:17 am)
Anybody out there that is using the Sprinter for locksmithing purposes. My boss is considering it. Would love to hear pros and cons. Any feedback would be beneficial. Thanks in advance!
#16 of 17 it is difficult to find the wholesale/retail price
Jul 20, 2011 (5:32 pm)
It is difficult to get your hand on a fair price value of a 2007 Sprinter wagon. KBB is useless and Autotrader new feature only has the chassis/cargo version.
I am looking at a 2007 Sprinter-10-passenger gas engine with about 27k miles. Dealer wants around $35k. I was able to get the 'black book' value from another dealer website and it seems the going trade-in price is only $14k! If that price is correct, used Sprinter seems to go way about whole sale price.
Don't know how much to offer dealer. Any advice? Thanks
#17 of 17 Re: it is difficult to find the wholesale/retail price [eandlcubed]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Jul 20, 2011 (6:25 pm)
Try posting a description of the vehicle here:
Real-World Trade-In Values
Maybe an expert can give you an idea...