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Used Car Book Values
Whether you're buying or selling a car, truck or SUV, you can't get away from what we'd call Blue Book mania. At one time the Blue Book value was a used car insider's term like "cream puff" or "cherry", but today the phrase is, uh, all over the lot.
Although the real Blue Book goes by the brand name Kelley Blue Book (much like 'Kleenex' for tissues), the term has become generic for all vehicle pricing guides. There are three principal reference sources heading a wide array of vehicle pricing information available today through printed matter, the Internet, and a varied assortment of online communicators, including - of course - Autoblog. » More
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- Jeremy Korzeniewski
- Oct 20, 2016
- Chris Bruce
- Feb 4, 2015
You know that sinking feeling you get in your stomach when you drive your brand-new car off the dealer lot and you know it just lost a huge chunk of value as soon as its tires hit the public roads? Yeah, well that feeling is about to sink even lower into the pit of your stomach.
- Erin Marquis
- Nov 26, 2014
The unofficial consumer holiday is often touted as the best day to get some major discounts, but new data from TrueCar.com shows Black Friday is only the fifth-best day to get a heavily discounted car.
- AOL Autos Staff
- Oct 17, 2014
This year's surge in new car sales could make for cheaper used cars down the road.
- Autoblog Staff
- Sep 25, 2014
The American Public Media radio show Marketplace recently tackled the question whether modern vehicles were actually more expensive once you factored in important variables like inflation and cost of ownership.
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