2014 Prius Two - 37K Miles - Good deal?

Discussion in 'Gen 3 Prius Main Forum' started by down3, Aug 3, 2017.

  1. down3

    down3 New Member

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    Sales price: $15,400

    Going to go look at it today. What price should I haggle for? Thanks!
     
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    depends on a lot of factors, but off the top of my head, i would offer 13k and see what they come back at.
     
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    There will be variations due to condition, location, options, etc...

    But as per Kelley Blue Book, a private party seller (in my city) should list his car ranging from $13.7k (good condition) to $14.5k (excellent condition).

    Buying from a dealer will increase the book value of the vehicle. Again, as per KBB, a dealer should charge between $14.8k and $17k, depending on condition and options. A dealer certified Prius will command a premium.
    Kelley Blue Book

    With very limited knowledge about the car's condition, it seems to be priced high for a private party seller, and priced fairly for a dealer.
     
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