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  1. #1
    goosegoose2000
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    i have a toyota tundra, o4, i had to refinance so i have another 5

    years to pay. also i don't need this big truck and would like to get a

    gas saver.should i trade it in or sell for more. i've been told you

    can't get much for trade in. any unbiased suggestions would be

    appreciated.








  2. #2
    Monique
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    Obviously, sell for more if you can...



    On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 12:09 PM, goosegoose2000

    <goosegoose2000@yahoo.com> wrote:

    >

    >should i trade it in or sell for more. i've been told you

    > can't get much for trade in. any unbiased suggestions would be

    > appreciated.






  3. #3
    lisa griffeth
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    I recently purchaseda smaller SUV and was looking at trading a 1994 Volvo wagon in- they offered me $650 for it and acted as if they were doing me a huge favor. I sold the car through Craig's List for $2125, which was a good $1000 off of the NADA price. I would try to straight sell it. Lisa ive been told you
    can't get much for trade in. any unbiased suggestions would be
    appreciated.




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  4. #4
    2_frugal
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    <FONT face="Georgia" color="#000080" size="2">It is true, you won't get as much on trade in as you would if you sold it out right to an individual.
    <FONT face="Georgia" color="#000080" size="2">Look up the trade-in, retail, etc. information on KellyBlueBook. www.kbb.com

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    i have a toyota tundra, o4, i had to refinance so i have another 5
    years to pay. also i don't need this big truck and would like to get a
    gas saver.should i trade it in or sell for more. i've been told you
    can't get much for trade in. any unbiased suggestions would be
    appreciated.








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    grouchymomx2
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    <FONT color="#7f007f">I would sell it to a private person. You get much more. Go to the Kelly blue book web site (<FONT color="#7f007f">www.kbb.com<FONT color="#7f007f">)and put in the information on your truck and it will tell you what it is worth as trade-in and private sale. Good luck.

    goosegoose2000 <goosegoose2000@yahoo.com> wrote: i have a toyota tundra, o4, i had to refinance so i have another 5
    years
    to pay. also i don't need this big truck and would like to get a
    gas saver.should i trade it in or sell for more. i've been told you
    can't get much for trade in. any unbiased suggestions would be
    appreciated.




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  6. #6
    Tressa Watts
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    where are you located at and how much? this is the truck my bf is looking for...

    also for trade ins you pay less in taxes on the new car if you trade one in...so it may even out...all depending on what ya owe etc....you may be upside down in your truck..meaning owe more then it is worth if you just refinanced....ouch! then the only way to get out is pay it off or roll the amount into a different car...which means yor new car will be more then the sticker price...sometimes only way to get out of a car if gas/payemtn is killing you...but not recommended...

    Tress





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    From: goosegoose2000@yahoo.com
    Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2008 16:09:32 &#43;0000
    Subject: Budget101.com : truck payment





    i have a toyota tundra, o4, i had to refinance so i have another 5
    years to pay. also i don't need this big truck and would like to get a
    gas saver.should i trade it in or sell for more. i've been told you
    can't get much for trade in. any unbiased suggestions would be
    appreciated.



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  7. #7
    glennis leigh
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    i'm in ponca city, ok. thetruck is a 2004 four door tundra. white and 34,000 miles. it is nice and i'm not upside down, i just want something smaller now. i'm asking 17,000. it books at 18,800

    Tressa Watts <TressaPSGT@hotmail.com> wrote: where are you located at and how much? this is the truck my bf is looking for...
    also for trade ins you pay less in taxes on the new car if you trade one in...so it may even out...all depending on what ya owe etc....you may be upside down in your truck..meaning owe more then it is worth if you just
    refinanced....ouch! then the only way to get out is pay it off or roll the amount into a different car...which means yor new car will be more then the sticker price...sometimes only way to get out of a car if gas/payemtn is killing you...but not recommended...
    Tress


    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    From: goosegoose2000@yahoo.com
    Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2008 16:09:32 &#43;0000
    Subject: Budget101.com : truck payment

    i have a toyota tundra, o4, i had to refinance so i have another 5
    years to pay. also i don't need this big truck and would like to get a
    gas saver.should i trade it in or sell for more. i've been told you
    can't get much for trade in. any unbiased suggestions would be
    appreciated.



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  8. #8
    Sarah Long
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    You will always get more for it by selling it yourself vs. trading it in. However in your case where you owe money on it trading it in might be the better option because then what you owe on it will be combined with the cost of the new vehicle.

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