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Hi,
I have a friend who has access to the Adesa dealer auction here in Dallas and is helping me get my next car for a small fee. I want to know how much should I agree on paying for a 2009 Honda Civic EX with 77,000 miles on it!
Thanks for your help!! I just don't want to pay too much and then have to deal with a ton of repairs after the fact where all my money goes down the drain.

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three fifty.

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I meant for the car. Not to the dealer friend.

Thanks!

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However much the market bears for vehicles in that condition, in the local market for which it is being offered for sale.

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dhruvaws said:   I want to know how much should I agree on paying for a 2009 Honda Civic EX with 77,000 miles on it !If your friend is any good, he should already know how much.

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You might have more luck on a Honda forum than a general finance forum.

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dhruvaws said:   I just don't want to pay too much and then have to deal with a ton of repairs after the fact where all my money goes down the drain.
  Then go to a regular dealer where you can take a test drive and a PPI. If you want to buy on the cheap, you get what you pay for. Except for off lease cars (unlikely on something that old) there is usually a reason the seller has it at auction and doesn't want to retail it.

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atikovi said:   
dhruvaws said:   I just don't want to pay too much and then have to deal with a ton of repairs after the fact where all my money goes down the drain.
  Then go to a regular dealer where you can take a test drive and a PPI. If you want to buy on the cheap, you get what you pay for. Except for off lease cars (unlikely on something that old) there is usually a reason the seller has it at auction and doesn't want to retail it.

 Age? Miles? Retail lots don't like cars that old

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alamo11 said:   
atikovi said:   
dhruvaws said:   I just don't want to pay too much and then have to deal with a ton of repairs after the fact where all my money goes down the drain.
  Then go to a regular dealer where you can take a test drive and a PPI. If you want to buy on the cheap, you get what you pay for. Except for off lease cars (unlikely on something that old) there is usually a reason the seller has it at auction and doesn't want to retail it.

 Age? Miles? Retail lots don't like cars that old

 
dhruvaws said:   2009 Honda Civic EX with 77,000 miles on it!
  
Independant lots would love that car. 7 Year old Honda with low miles.

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Ask you buddy to pull sold listings from Adesa or Manheim. Go from there. Also, don't restrict yourself to a local area. Go nationwide, shipping is cheap and you can often find better deals in other parts of the country in the auctions.

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forbin4040 said:   three fifty.
  
That's tree fiddy. 

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