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Old 17 Mar 2013, 12:18 pm
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Hey everybody.. I just recently financed a 2006 accord ex-l V6 (curently has 69000K) i would like to trade it in for a 2013 just made my second payment in the car since it was financed on february 22 2013... please give me advice of how the proccess work? curently owe $13520 on the 2006
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Old 17 Mar 2013, 12:31 pm
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You will not get $13500 for your car from a dealer, they will likely offer $10k. So you will have to add the difference on top of the new cars cost. Say the new car is $25,000 then you would have to add the $3520 on that so it will be $28520.
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