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Nearly 75 percent of vehicles sold in the U.S. each year are used vehicles, and unlike new cars they don’t come with a suggested retail price that establishes how much they’re worth. Larry Dixon, senior automotive analyst for the NADA Used Car Guide, and Alec Gutierrez, senior analyst for the Kelley Blue Book, will explain the science and art of setting used-car values, what dealers look for when they take trade-ins and how you can set realistic expectations for the value of your used car.

At some point, most consumers find themselves in the market to buy or sell a used vehicle. Tune in for an inside look at how the used-car business operates and how this could help you.


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Cars Trucks and Bucks: Used Cars

How do dealers determine the value of a used car? we talk about that today with representatives from two well-known and respected sources of used car values - Larry Dixon from the NADA Used Car Guide, and Alec Gutierrez, senior market analyst for Kelley Blue Book.
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NADA

Look up new car prices, reviews and specs or used car book values before making your next car purchase.


Kelley Blue Book

Let Kelley Blue Book help you find the right car today! Begin your car search at kbb.com, The Trusted Resource.