Wholesale and Retail Values 1984-2018
Enter mileage. Get a valuation. How much is my car worth? Why get a car valuation? If you're buying a car Car valuations will show you how much a car is worth, and help you decide if the asking price is right for you. If you're selling a car Accurately pricing your car will help it to sell faster.
Factors affecting your car's value. Open Icon. Close Icon. Extra features Any optional extras that make a car stand out, for example a rear-facing camera to help with parking or an in-built sat nav and multimedia system, can fetch a higher selling price. Desirable colour Some colours are more popular than others, so a car in a sought-after colour can be worth more.
No damage Our car values are based on the car being in a good condition — so it could have some minor wear and tear like small stains or scratches. Full service history A car with a complete record of all services can be worth more than one that has some gaps in the service history. Significant wear and tear Our car values assume the car has some minor damage, like a small stain on the back seat or scratch on the bumper. Parts not working If anything needs fixing, for example a seat warmer or electric window doesn't work, it will have a negative impact on the car's value.
Gaps in the service history or no current MOT Our valuations assume a car is in good working order. Lots of previous owners Usually, the fewer owners the more a car is worth. It is one of many tools used by car dealers to determine car values for its inventory.
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It also provides used-car sales appraisals and new-car buying information to consumers. In general, you'll find that the Kelley Blue Book values are similar to Edmunds. We don't have access to how KBB calculates its values, but at a high level, Kelley also is paying attention to vehicle age, trim, trends in the market, features and mileage. The "Blue Book Value", as it is sometimes called, will vary based on the shape your automobile is in.
Used Car Valuation
There are four levels: fair, good, very good and excellent. Kelley Blue Book says that of the cars it values, 3 percent are excellent, 18 percent are fair, 23 percent are very good and 54 percent are good. If you want to compare it to Edmunds values, Kelley Blue Book's "very good" would be our "outstanding", "good" would be our "clean", and "fair" is our "rough". KBB does not have an equivalent for the "damaged" description. It provides used-vehicle valuation products and services to the auto, finance, fleet, government and insurance industries.
This pricing guide is an industry tool used by many dealerships and is not available to the average person. Instead, the company created a consumer-facing website called NADAguides.