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Zermatt silver / black interior
only option is Sirius radio (no lux no cold weather)
excellent condition
27000 miles


The guys here in Atlanta are saying 30k... I almost slapped them in the face

also who is the auto broker people are using to get the best deal nationwide search?
 

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Your trade in values are going to be much lower. Dealers are going to quote the dealer auction price to you, not blue book etc. This is what they would get if they need to unload it at the auctions

RIght now the national avg is a follows per Manheim:

Above Avg Price - $44,700
Avg Auction Price - $40,700
Below Avg Auction Price - $37,200.

Currently there is only 1 available 2007 RRS-SC with under 30k miles and thans in MN valued at $41k, with a starting bid of $43K

You can use the above to negotiate better - fyi - this is known as the Internet MMR price on the Manheim site

Good luck !!
 

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Ill ask for 39k tradein value minimum

also can someone please PM or link me the auto broker who will locate the best deal on RRS 2010 nationwide?

TIA
 

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2008RRSHSR said:
you could probably get more cash value through a private buyer then a dealership.GOOD LUCK :thumb:
yes but dealer trade ins also save on new car sales taxes (in atlanta its about 7%) so i would only pay taxes on the difference 66k - 40k = 26k to start sales tax calculations

also convenience and timing make trade ins better for me, just have to get the right value
 

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I'm currently in the market for a RRS and have been scouring the cars.com and autotrader ads. It seems like $30k is closer to reality than $40k for a trade-in value on your HSE. Check the listings for 2007 HSE's - more than half of them are less than $40k and many of those have the LUX package. One would think that trade-in values should be considerably less than current retail asking prices. I think that Frisco might have been quoting Manheim rates for the SC, for which $37-44k seems more in line.
 

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kgclark - you are right. I did give the SC prices by Mistake

colonels - sorry for the wrong numbers - here is what I see on Manheim.


Above Avg Price - $39,400
Avg Auction Price - $35,900
Below Avg Auction Price - $32,300

Here is a few 07 HSE with under 30k being sold at the auction
1. In Omaha - with 26.5K miles - MMR of $36K. Dealer wants a min of $36K
2. In Detroit - with under 27 K miles - MMR of $36,400. Dealer wants $36,300

There is a 08 RRS STORNWAY with 16 k miles being sold on the auction in ATL for a buy it now price for $49k by Ford Financial, Sure it will go for lower in the auctions

Hopefully this gives you a better idea. There is usually not much of a mark-up between dealers. So anything closer to $36K is good. As 2008RRSHSR mentioned - you are better off selling on your own than trading in.
 
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