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selling price for my truck?

i didnt know if i was suppoed to put this in here or the classifieds but just wondering how much u all think i should sell my truck for its an 06 xlt short bed 2wd super clean no scartches perfect interior 33000 miles and a mbrp 5 inch exhaust? any input will be helpful
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and its a crew cab
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Go to New Cars, Used Cars, Blue Book Values & Car Prices - Kelley Blue Book. That will give you the answers you are after.

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A better more realistic way would be to go see what similar year/ model/ miles/ etc is bringing at the lots. This will give you a more acurate idea of the local going rate. Remember though few people buy at asking price so pricing your truck at or right below dealer price and work down. Loan value is another key thing to consider as well. Most people arnt going to have a huge amount of cash if they are looking to purchase a 20-30 grand used car. So if loan value isn't very high then you likely to have a issue selling it. My 04 ccswb psd lariat 4x4 got me 15,500 trade. High trade was 18,000 and retail was around 22,000 I believe. The truck I bought was a 06 ccswb lariat 4x4 psd and they were asking 33k and I got them to come off quite a bit.

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Area and demand in that area also plays a big factor. Here in Vegas I couldnt touch a 2005-2007 cclb or sb 4x4 with less than 60k miles in good condition with any amount of options for less than 27k. And if there was one they were gone within a matter of days. I had to have looked at 15-20 trucks here and was almost ready to give up and buy a 2010. I went out of state looking 3 times too. Once to Cali and twice to Phoenix second time ane home with ny current truck for a great price needing a little work.
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Best advice like stated above go and see what dealerships are asking for similarly equipped trucks and base your truck around that. You have to take into account that dealerships are going to charge tax title and doc fees being a private seller you don't have to charge that which will bring in more lookers as well. My last truck I started high taking into account the mods I had done with a realistic price in mind that I would take for it. And I ended up walking away with a little more than I had set as my goal. Good luck man. Hopefully your only selling her to buy another one.
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