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Old 03 Mar 2008, 09:01 am
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Default Is purchasing an Acura TL 3.2 2006 with 16K and fully loaded a good deal to purchase for...

...$24,000.00?
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They are great cars, and as long as it's in good shape, that sounds pretty good. Check www.edmunds.com to see how much you should pay.
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according the KBB (http://www.kbb.com/KBB/UsedCars/Pric...%7c208%7ctrue) the value should be around $30K. So, yes, that sounds like a good deal. But be wary, if it sounds too good to be true, it might be. Get a CarFax report on the car, make sure it's not been totalled and rebuilt.
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I have to agree with Alien...Make sure the car has a warranty for that price you should get oil changes free. Find out if the car was in a flood. There is one way to do it yourself. Reach under the dash as far as your arm and hand can go. Then feel the wires and the back side of the dash if you find dirt clods or larges amounts or pockets of dust..its a flood car, head for the hills. When a flood car dries the cleaners aren'table to reach up very far to clean.
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Yes! But make sure you get a report from Carfax.com just to make sure!
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I've got the exact same car/year, but w. 15K miles...it's been a winner so far. It costs ~$35K new, and honest @16K miles means it's hardly broken in, yet you're saving $11K off the price of a new model. As stated by others, be sure to do your due diligence in verifying that the car was not in a wreck, stolen, abused, etc.
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