Re: 2001 Durango Higher Mileage
I would offer them the bottom dollar, around $7,000. I recently purchased 2 cars in the last 2 months and I got "a deal" on both. Thing is...be patient if you can...VERY patient. You prbably really like this Durango but drop all attachment. That is quite a lot of miles...but it could be 60% highway or more or even less. They are asking $8,700 I can not see the vehicle and am too lazy to go to KBB.com right now so I would do this. If I had a trade I would not even mention it...work only on the price of the car and work them until you really feel they won't go any lower. THEN, just when you got the price where its "reasonable" all of a sudden throw in your trade and do not accept less than $1200 more than KBB for it..I don't car if you had to tow that P.O.S. in if it is a P.O.S. Also, have them drop and DOC fees as they are a waste and have them throw in some free oil changes and a couple of details..I have done this on all of my new and used cars I have ever purchased. This is the point where you get to start milking them. THEN even have them present any service documentation and/or allow you to contact the previous owner. A free Carfax paid by them is definitely in order as well, I even have the dealer present me a Carfax on the new cars I purchase...I just like costing them more time and money. All in all..if you don't get the deal..there will ALWAYS be another...trust me. Hope it all works out. Take some pics and post...and with that much space a coupld of 15's might be in order.
01 Chrysler Sebring
2 Kicker DX 700S
2 12in Kicker L7 Solos
Alpine CVA 1004
Alpine 6 Disc MP3 changer
Clarion VCZ628 In-Car 6 Disc DVD Changer
4 Pioneer 6990R 6X9 5-Ways
3 more monitors coming soon...
"Four 15's didn't see no wires...then I heard BOOOM from the amplifiers"
Hmmmmm...sounded good in the song...but makes no **** sense in reality. Just a thought.