2011 Kia Used Car Book Values

  • Private Seller Price

    The amount you can expect to pay if you buy a 2011Kia from a private seller.

  • Dealer Price

    The amount you can expect to pay if you buy a 2011Kia from a dealer.

  • Trade-In Value

    Based on the Black Book value of a 2011Kia, this is the amount you can expect to receive for your Kia if you sell it to the dealer at the same time you are purchasing a new vehicle.

  • Private Sale Price

    The amount you can expect to actually receive for your 2011Kia if you sell it privately.

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It's more potent than the old one, too

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