I'm trying to find out how much I should sell my 2001 Toyota Tundra for?
It is in fair condition (dings on the bumper with a 2 minor body dings) no rust, fair condition paint job, has a bed liner, 4WD, V8, power seats, windows, steering and locks. 140,000 miles, just got new tires on it those alone cost me $1000, just got new rims as well, cost me $1000 (17" black chrome) it is on a lift kit and still runs great... new brake pads as well. So does anyone have any idea what I can sell it for? Thanks so much :)
Asked By: Da Surf Man - 11/16/2010
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Well I just bought my 2003 tundra a few months ago for 7200 and considered it to be a really good deal. It is in good condition overall, very good mechanically. 2wd iforce V8. stock. 110k miles... More
Answered By: jim - 11/16/2010
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Banks and car dealerships have books of prices for used cars.
Answered By: Judy - 11/16/2010
Use the Kelly Blue Book Value. Aftermarket parts does not mean that you should sell your car for more. It usually lowers down the value of the car since it is not original.
Answered By: ZEEthirtyTWO - 11/16/2010
go to this website called inteliprice. it works and is super thourough. good luck :D http://www.intelliprice.com/intelliprice/home.html
Answered By: iloveyoubuddd - 11/16/2010
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