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Old 06 Sep 2007, 04:14 am
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Default Two cars to sell?

I have a 96 accord dx and a 98 honda civic lx I might sell. The accord is a four door with an auto tranny, 6 disk changer, moonroof, and alloys. no rust, but the hood is sunfaded. The 98 civic is a four door also, auto tranny, zero rust, paints all good. Both have no damage, new tires, and new exhaust. I know I can check kbb, nada, etc.... but I want to just get a gauge of what I can realisticly expect when I sell these cars. The Accord books out at 2850 in fair condition, 3350 in good. The civic books at 3935 fair, 4574 good. Will people actually pay $3000 for a car with 180,000 on it? I mean, both cars run and drive like new but won't potential buyers be scared off by that?Just looking for opinions, thankswhy would nada and kbb not factor in the mileage? Each shows a deduction because of the mileage.
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 04:16 am
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ya doesnt matter if its 1996 accord or 1998 civic people care about the mileage and your cars are driven high mileage. your accord can go for around $2100 to $2300. and you civic can bring you $3100 to $3400.
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 04:22 am
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High mileage is scarey, you may have to sell for a lot less, try putting them on craigslist.org
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 04:28 am
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I know that I would not pay that much money for a high mileage vehicle, even tho' Honda is a very dependable car. Have you thought of taking it to Car Max to see what they would offer you (just for a ball park figure)? Best wishes.
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 04:36 am
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Yes, potential buyers are turned off by very high mileage which 180,000 is. You will need to drop the price in order to sell those cars because of the mileage, the model year and the faded paint.
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 04:40 am
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I will never buy a 4 door, an auto tranny or a Honda. they both together worth nothing to me
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