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Old 12-22-2012, 08:29 PM
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What is a fair price

Struggling to determine a fair price for a 2000 excursion limited with 190k on the clock. Clean and well maintained. No accidents. Any suggestions?
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Old 12-22-2012, 08:36 PM
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some where between 10 and 15 would be fair. like 13
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some where between 10 and 15 would be fair. like 13
Hmm...not so sure. My neighbor has an 01' limited w/130K for $7500 and it's sat for a good bit now with little to no interest. Not a smoker though, so that may be part of the equation.
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Old 12-22-2012, 09:08 PM
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ya i picked my truck up for 15 from a dealer
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Yea I would say between 10 to 12,500


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Kbb has roughly 9 from a dealer and 7 private party. That seems low compared to what people seem to be asking but I always think my stuff is worth more than it really is. Seems like anything with 7.3 people ask a ton but they are not pulling much money wholesale. Is 9 a realistic number to pay or is that low? I know its hard to say so just best guess? Thanks
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It's realistic but a good running 7.3 usually doesn't go by kbb they are usually on the higher side of kbb and by higher side I mean above


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Hmm...not so sure. My neighbor has an 01' limited w/130K for $7500 and it's sat for a good bit now with little to no interest. Not a smoker though, so that may be part of the equation.
without being a diesel i doubt it would go anytime soon at 7000.
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without being a diesel i doubt it would go anytime soon at 7000.
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I agree, and when I get back from this deployment, I'm sure it's going to be sitting there collecting dust. This leads me to think about the value of a truck when it's not a diesel, and when it is, does it command a $5-7K premium?
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For refrence... in Sept of 2011 we paid $10k for our Ex shown in my sig, had 243K miles, had been a southern truck untill 3 year prior, had little to no rust, inside was excellent, never smoked in and well cared for, with an extra set of tires and wheels... 7.3, 4x4, limited, loaded with power options and leather, I feel we got a good deal, as most others I was watching on Ebay at the time went for $13-18K. Have put 15K+ miles on it since, and couldn't be happier.

Yes, it seems the 7.3 powered Ex's get premium dollar, and gassers go lower than listed... the select few that want one want the diesel, and most people who will drive a gasser want one that gets better fuel economy, which you won't get in a 8000 lb gasser Ex.
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