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    Default What is the value of my car?

    How can I find out how much is the real actual value of my car?

    Other than supercarros comparing?

    Where can I get an estimate in Santo Domingo?

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    Your insurance company?

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    Not sure. I am trying to get an estimate when I start shopping for a new one I want to use it as part of payment.

    Of course I would like to know beforehand how much it is worth still more or less so I won't get cheated too much

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    Just start shopping and offer your car for trade.

    I expect evry dealer will value it differently...US/Can does.

    Depends on which dealer needs to fatten the used inventory.

    There are no shortcuts...
    even in NoAmerica, the valuations just give you a guideline until the dealer has the final say

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    Yep, but I prefer to have a number before doing that.

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    I sold a car last year. I used Supercaros to get a feeling. Then I looked it up in the Blue Book. Took the Blue Book and adjusted to fit. I then added 20%. Lower then Supercaros but 20% higher then Blue Book. Sold via my mechanic in 2 weeks and his fee is off the buyer and not me. (I think?) I did not pay for any paperwork or anything. Just "sign here". Got my price less U.S. 500 so I was very happy. Cash deal with a stack of U.S. 100. bills.

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    I make a rough guess this way. Take book value of a car in the US and add 40%. The Gorgon would have an idea .

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    Quote Originally Posted by caribmike View Post
    Yep, but I prefer to have a number before doing that.


    the number presents itself... no armchair shopping allowed !! haha

    you have no number now... use SuperCarros as your base

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    I make a rough guess this way. Take book value of a car in the US and add 40%. The Gorgon would have an idea .
    But then he is not free.

    He does charge yet I don't see any paid for advertising for his services.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR Solar View Post
    But then he is not free.

    He does charge yet I don't see any paid for advertising for his services.
    That is if you are using him to purchase a car. I was only stating that he could provide an estimate of the worth of a car.
    I have no idea if he charges anything for that, nor what he charges to help purchase a car.

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