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Old 04-06-2015, 04:19 PM   #1
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I live in Dallas TX and have a 2013 Wrangler Sport I'd like to sell. It's stock soft- top, but in great, near new shape, and only about 34,000 miles. I've had it advertised on various sites - it's on Autotrader right now, and haven't gotten a single person interested. Not sure if i'm asking too much (currently asking $24,900), or what i may be doing wrong. Any ideas?

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Old 04-06-2015, 04:33 PM   #2
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Take it to CarMax and see what they'll offer for it. Sold my moms car there and they paid more than I thought they would.
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I had mine for sale for a while but didn't get a single (reasonable) offer. I had it on AutoTrader and Craigslist. I was asking a price that made it (barely) the lowest price for a TJ and I still didn't get any offers. (I had it for sale for 2 months)

I think it just takes time because the Wrangler is so popular and there is always a bunch for sale.

(I ultimately decided to keep mine. I was going to sell it because I would rather have the money than the Jeep, but then the possible sale price seemed too low to the point that I'd rather have the Jeep than the money.)

My favorite site to shop is www.carsforsale.com no idea if it's a good site to sell on.

An option is to always trade it in or sell it to a dealership that pays cash for vehicles (similar to a trade in, but without buying a car from them). Of course you'll get less, but it's a quick, for sure, sell.
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Thanks very much for your input. Mine is listed on AutoTrader and Craigslist. It's been listed about 2 months w/o a call or offer.
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The only actual offer I got was too absurd to even repeat.
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