Question: How Do I Find The Market Value Of My Car??

To determine the fair market value of a vehicle, use a website like Edmunds or Kelley Blue Book.

Navigate to the main page, then click the tab or icon that says “Price My Car” or something similar.

Next, enter the year and model of your vehicle, the car’s mileage, and your zip code or city name.

Is Kelley Blue Book or Edmunds more accurate?

This can be helpful – or generate confusion – depending on how realistic you are about your car’s condition. Many experts believe Edmunds values are more accurate than KBB. NADA pricing is often higher than Kelley Blue Book since the algorithm has a standard that calls for all trade-ins to be in very clean condition.

What is Edmunds car value?

Edmunds True Market Value (TMV®) pricing is a powerful tool that helps you identify a good deal on a new or used car. Based on actual sales data, TMV is a guide to what other people in your area paid for the same car. Additionally, private-party buyers and sellers can use TMV to set the price of used cars.

What is car worth by Vin?

Vehicle Value Lookup with VIN Number

The market value tool estimates the retail value of your car, truck, or motorcycle — based on the price that similar vehicles across the United States have sold for in recent months.

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