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Old 12-26-2009
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Well, gotta sell, what should I ask....

Hey all,
I gotta sell my ranger. Just curious what I should be asking.

07 xl, 2.3, 5 sp., gray, 43,000 miles, basically bare bones except cd/mp3, rear sliding window, privacy glass, split cloth bench, wheel covers, tonneau cover. Good shape except for small crack in grill and couple dings on front bumper (sild into a pole at about 15 mph)

I went to edmunds and kbb, but they price out different for some reason. Does 10K sound about right or too much?

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Dude, you can buy a new one on sale in the $12's last I remember. What do KBB and Edmunds say? What about Nada? What are other similar rangers listed for on autotrader?
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Nada says $6,925 for clean trade-in. $9,925 for clean retail at a dealer.

Edmunds says $9,288 which sounds high to me as well, but $9something sounds like a starting point I guess.
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100 million dollars.
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Go price a bumper and grill at a junkyard...might be easier to just buy a bumper and grille...You know they are gonna give you **** about it and say it "looks wrecked"
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100 million dollars.
only of barak is buying it
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Pics?

Heres a pic with the 30's I put on a month ago. I just took them off and went back stock. I really didnt like those wheels.
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Alright, well I traded it in yesterday.

Got 7200 for it.

Thanks for any help you guys have given me, but now there is no reason for me to be on this forum so........LATER

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