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How to sell a 2001 honda easily in hamilton?

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How to sell a 2001 honda easily in hamilton?

Hi I'm about to buy a used car and need to sell a 2001 honda accord with a leaking fuel line. 210k body is a bit banged up with a bit of rust.

What do you think is the best way to sell it? Not looking to spend a lot of time on this unless the roi is significant.
tradein?
junkyark?
kijiji/autotrader?

How much do you think i should get for it?
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worth $500 ?

people on kijiji are listing theirs around $2000. You can do the same and hope for the best.
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Wash the car, wipe down the engine make it look good then put it on Kijiji for $1,500 then somebody will come offer you between $500 - $1,000 range. Accept and sell done.
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sickcars wrote: Wash the car, wipe down the engine make it look good then put it on Kijiji for $1,500 then somebody will come offer you between $500 - $1,000 range. Accept and sell done.
anyone who knows anything about buying used car knows that clean engine bay makes it suspicious, but at that price maybe nobody cares as long as it moves.
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jamie2377356 wrote: Hi I'm about to buy a used car and need to sell a 2001 honda accord with a leaking fuel line. 210k body is a bit banged up with a bit of rust.

What do you think is the best way to sell it? Not looking to spend a lot of time on this unless the roi is significant.
tradein?
junkyark?
kijiji/autotrader?

How much do you think i should get for it?
List it on Autotrader. People are always looking for Used vehicles.
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You can fix & sell certified for more $$$ or list "As is" and list broken parts in ad. You will get lowball offers, but also filter out people who will lose interest after learning what needs fixing.
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Realyl depends on the car and person. I keep my car very clean and looking good in the warmer months & would not consider it bad if I was selling. But also i said to wipe it down to make it look a little better to show that he tries to maintain it. Now if he was to go all out and wash everything and put a spray on it to make everything look shiny and new then yes I would question it on an older car.
divx wrote: anyone who knows anything about buying used car knows that clean engine bay makes it suspicious, but at that price maybe nobody cares as long as it moves.
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sickcars wrote: Realyl depends on the car and person. I keep my car very clean and looking good in the warmer months & would not consider it bad if I was selling. But also i said to wipe it down to make it look a little better to show that he tries to maintain it. Now if he was to go all out and wash everything and put a spray on it to make everything look shiny and new then yes I would question it on an older car.
Yeah I don't know about buying an used vehicle with engine bay that looks like it just came out of the factory floor.
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There is a good market on old Hondas.
My friend sold her 1998 Honda Civic EX for $1000 with over 200k KM last year.

List it for $1000 or $1200 on kijiji, The car will be gone by next week-end if you are willing to let go for few hundreds.
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