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#35 of 38 Is it worth to buy 2006 GMC Envoy or 2007 Toyota Corolla
Aug 23, 2011 (1:24 pm)
I am no car expert. I would like experts opinion on best used car to buy::
(1) GMC Envoy SLT
Mileage: 90000 miles
Visible damage/dents: Few cracks on front and back bumpers,
Known Issue: Low beam light go out and come back
(2) Toyota Corolla LE
Visible damage/dents: Few scratches and dings
Known Issue: None
Which is best to go with as for as re-sale value or best price for purchase?
#36 of 38 Re: Is it worth to buy 2006 GMC Envoy or 2007 Toyota Corolla [gmc_envoy]
by Kirstie@Edmunds HOST
Aug 23, 2011 (1:26 pm)
Since this discussion is pretty inactive, I'd encourage you to visit our Real-World Trade-In Values discussion and post the same details, plus the city/state where you're located. It's a great place to get opinions like those you're seeking.
#37 of 38 Use KKB not Edmunds for used car pricing
Jan 11, 2012 (10:14 am)
Seems like this thread has gone off topic. I have never seen a dealer pull out an Edmunds used car directory.Ever! They all use the Kelley Blue Book for used car values when trading iin your car or buying a used car. If used car values are higher in Edmunds it might be good for the seller if you can convince a buyer that is what the value is. Every library where I live carries the Kelley Blue Book that the dealers use. If you are buying a car whether from a private party or dealer use Kelley Blue Book. But remember it's supply and demand.
#38 of 38 Re: Use KKB not Edmunds for used car pricing [bar20]
Jan 11, 2012 (11:33 am)
That's definitely not universal. Almost all of the northeast US dealers use Galves (paid subscription only). Some use Black Book. Some use Manheim data. Some use a cup full of bones.