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Price: True Market Value®

TMV® is Edmunds.com’s determination of the average price that a car sells for within a particular region at a particular time. It is calculated based on vehicle data we gather and sophisticated modeling algorithms developed by our statisticians.

Knowing the TMV® price helps buyers negotiate the price of a new car as well as the value of their trade-in vehicle. Additionally, sellers can use TMV® to set the price of their used car when selling it to a private party.

TMV® is essential information for shoppers because cars sell at very different prices depending on their availability and popularity. Knowing TMV® allows a shopper to make an offer that a dealer will immediately recognize as reasonable. Thus, negotiations will take less time and be more relaxed.

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For the presentation of TMV® for new vehicles:

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How much is my car worth? (True Market Value (TMV) Car Selling Jeep Liberty) #call #a #car


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First off, use the True Market Value tool to “appraise” your particular car, putting in all the options, mileage, trim level, location, color, ect.

TMV will give you a trade-in value, a private party value and a dealer retail value.

For some back-up numbers, go to www.autotrader.com. and using their advanced search feature, search nationwide for Libertys with similar mileage and equipment (autotrader search allows you to customize your search).

Once you get a list of Libertys like yours for sale, scroll to the bottom of the page, and you will see a summary section that shows the number of cars that came up, the highest price, lowest price and average price.

Now remember, this is average ASKING price, so figure 5-10% lower for “real money”

in theory, this average price adjusted for real money, should come pretty close to TMV private party numbers.

KEEP IN MIND that when you use any of these tools, you MUST be sure you are researching your trim level and your mileage. You cannot compare a higher trim level or a car with 50,000 fewer miles.


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13 Electric Vehicles Coming To Market In 2014

Unfortunately, playing catch-up over the holidays kicked an article idea out of my head. Fortunately, an article on GM-Volt kicked it back in. Jeff Cobb of GM-Volt went ahead and published 9 new plug-in cars to look forward to in 2014 last week. I m more or less copying his list, but I will change things up a little bit and add my own notes. Check out these new plug-in vehicles for sale in 2014, and share with your friends!

[Three notes: 1) the list doesn t include updates of models already for sale, such as the Nissan Leaf, Chevy Volt, etc.; 2) links on the subheadings are links to our archives of these vehicles, while links on the names in the descriptions are to the manufacturers pages for the vehicles; 3) prices are before any tax credits or rebates.]

4. Volkswagen e-Up!

5. Volkswagen e-Golf

The Volkswagen e-Golf  should be coming to the US market in 2014 (4th quarter). It made its North American debut at the LA Auto Show in November. Some early numbers for the e-Golf are: 25 mph from rest in 4.2 seconds and to get to 62 mph in approximately 10.4 seconds; 70 90 average miles of range on a full charge; 115-horsepower electric motor; 199 pound-feet of torque.

6. Cadillac ELR  (plug-in hybrid er, extended-range electric vehicle )


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2013 new car market records best performance in five years

Posted at 08:08 on 7 January 2014.

With its best year since a pre-recession 2007, the UK new car market has helped stimulate the country s economic recovery,” said Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief Executive. “While the European market is only now showing signs of improvement, the UK has consistently outperformed the rest of Europe with 22 consecutive months of growth. The 10.8% increase in 2013 reflects the attractive financial offers available as well as increased demand for more technologically advanced new cars. We expect new car registrations to remain stable in 2014 as customers return to a more regular replacement cycle.”

  • Since 2008, the UK market has seen a shift away from the Upper Medium segment towards smaller cars in the Mini and Supermini segments, as well as the MPV and Dual Purpose segments.
  • Change in buying patterns has been driven by the demand for smaller, more fuel efficient models, as well as the greater versatility provided by Dual Purpose and MPV segments.
  • Dual Purpose sales overtook Upper Medium volumes in 2013 to become the third largest segment.
  • The Supermini segment remains the largest by volume, with a market share in 2013 of 35.9%.
  • All sales types recorded growth in 2013, although it was the private sector that saw the largest volume gain.
  • Improving consumer and business confidence, after an extended hold-off period and a competitive market place helped sales to grow.
  • Increase in private registrations accounted for two-thirds of overall market growth. In 2013 private buyers accounted for 47.5% of the market, up from 45.5% in 2012.
  • Registrations of hybrid and plug-in cars rose 20.5% in 2013 to 32,715 units.
  • In 2011, plug-in vehicles (pure electric, plug-in hybrids and range extenders) accounted for 4.5% of combined plug-in and hybrid sales; this increased to 11% in 2013.
  • Within the past two years the number of plug-in models on sale has increased from six to 17.
  •  The UK has been a key market in an otherwise subdued European economic marketplace. In 2013, the UK consolidated its position as the second largest market in Europe (after Germany).
  • Data to November shows the UK market up 9.9%, or over 190,000 units. The EU27 market as whole was down 2.7% or over 300,000 units.
  • The Spanish market, supported by its own scrappage scheme, saw volumes rise 2.1% in 2013, while the German market was down almost 5% and France and Italy by over 7%.

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RV Pricing – How to Determine Fair Market Value

Whether you’re planning to sell your diesel pusher, motor home, 5th wheel or travel trailer, or you’re in the market for a used RV, you want to know you’re getting the best price you can. Use the information below to make this an easier process.

Factors to Consider

Factors that determine a recreational vehicle’s value:

  • Overall condition: Water leaks, discoloration, dents, paint chips or other structural imperfections? Regular and effective maintenance? In need of repairs or other service? Do all of the appliances work?
  • Mileage: If it is a Motorized unit, does it run as expected for a vehicle of its age and mileage? Is the mileage on the Motorhome above or below the average mileage for a Motorhome of its age?
  • Accessories: Consider everything that came with and has been added to the unit – awnings, satellite dishes, solar panels, A/C unit, antennas, special mirrors, etc. – and how valuable those items might be.

Valuable Tools to Help You Determine the Fair Market Value

Compare with Actual Selling Prices: PPL believes the best indication of the Fair Market Value of your RV is the actual selling prices of sold vehicles. With over 4,386 RVs sold in the last two years alone, the chances are very good that we have sold several RVs just like yours.

The simplest and fastest way to determine the Fair Market Value for your RV is give PPL a call at 1-800-755-4775 and talk with one of our RV appraisal experts today. There is absolutely no obligation or cost to appraise your RV. We’re confident that you will be so impressed with our knowledge and expertise that you will want PPL to sell your RV for you!

To look at selling prices and other information on some of the vehicles recently sold at PPL, click on the links below to find this presented in separate tables for each type of vehicle:

When considering RV pricing, remember one thing: The true market value is the price at which your RV sells.

If you are not yet in the market to sell or buy an RV and want to look at some other sources of RV pricing on the Internet, reviewing published values and advertising for comparable units is one way of doing this. For your convenience, additional sources are provided in the list below. You can check these sites to compare. Keep in mind that published values and the asking prices shown in advertisements may be above or below the fair market value of a particular vehicle.

  • Used RVs Currently For Sale at PPL – Look at pricing, features, and photographs of the large selection of consigned RVs currently for sale by individual owners.
  • www.rvclassified.com – Large selection of used vehicles for sale. Advertises for both individuals and dealers. Can search using a number of criteria.
  • www.rvtraderonline.com – Has units for sale by dealers and individuals throughout the country.
  • www.nadaguides.com – NADA Guides provide an extensive list of New and Used RV Prices and Values based on RV manufacturer and dealer pricing data

You’re only a simple, quick phone call away from the RV selling experts. Call PPL TODAY at 1-800-755-4775 for your free, no-obligation appraisal!

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Safest cars

The safety of the car you drive is always going to be important, and for many people, especially those with children, it’s a key consideration when looking at a new car. If you want to know about the safest cars currently available, then take a look our top 10 list to see the best the market has to offer.

We’ve ranked cars in order of the scores they received from the independent body Euro NCAP after they had been crash tested.

Euro NCAP assesses cars in four categories: adult occupant protection, child occupant protection, pedestrian protection and safety assistance systems. The tests regularly get more stringent as safety standards get higher thanks to improvements in safety technology and construction techniques.

The first three categories assess the car’s structure combined with safety equipment such as airbags to see how much protection is offered to occupants and pedestrians in the event of a crash.

The safety assistance category looks at the level and efficiency of safety technology that’s fitted to the car to help prevent a crash from happening in the first place. This includes electronic stability control, lane-departure warning systems and systems that can automatically apply the brakes if they sense you’re going to hit a car in front. For more information on the tests, check out Carbuyer’s Euro NCAP: How safe is my car? article.

Every car that’s tested is given a percentage for each category and then an overall star rating out of five. All the cars on our list achieved a five-star rating in the last two years, apart from the Volvo V40. which scored a never-beaten set of scores back in 2012.


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Can You Sell a Used Car through Newspaper Classifieds?

By Keith Griffin. Used Cars Expert

Keith Griffin has been an automotive journalist and new car reviewer for more than 13 years. His experience as a journalist dates back 35 years. He is currently immediate president of the New England Motor Press Association.

Newspapers are still a viable means for selling a used car. Just make the right choice when it comes to the newspaper you use. Otherwise, you’re going to be throwing good money after bad.

Sure, sites like craigslist get a lot of attention. After all, it’s free but you still have to know what you’re doing. (And I just happen to have advice for selling a used car safely on craigslist .)

Do you have a fairly common used car you want to sell?

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Your best bet is going to be a smaller daily newspaper. Why? Your ad is not going to get lost among lots of other ads for the same vehicle. There’s actually little reason to post an ad for a 2009 Ford Taurus in a large newspaper that has access to a website like cars.com with its listings.

Instead, put your ad in your regional daily newspaper. The aim is not always to reach the widest market. You want to reach the market that is going to buy your car.

Put yourself in the buyer’s shoes. There are three Ford Taurus sedans for sale.

One is 10 miles away. Another is 25 miles and the third is 50 miles. A perusal of my Sunday classifieds unveiled that same scenario. Frankly, with all three roughly the same price, I’m going to buy the car that’s in my neighborhood.

Of course, you’re going to have to factor in condition. That’s why you always want to get a pre-purchase vehicle inspection done. Plus, some people are looking based solely on price. You might have better luck with online advertising if you want to move your used car quickly.

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There is another advantage to advertising in smaller publications: ads run longer for a similar (if not lower) price. Here’s one example from two Connecticut publications where I live:

Journal Inquirer (Manchester, CT) – Automotive Sure Deal – Sure Deal Classifieds $42.75 – for items priced $1000 or over. 5 lines for 30 days, includes a photo if provided. Private party advertisers only selling autos or merchandise, no refunds. $4 each additional line.

Hartford Courant (Hartford, CT) – 7 Days Print – 14 Online – Renew Print – $70 – 4 lines, 14 days in the Courant – One free photo in print ad – Expanded ad on cars.com for 14 days – One free 7-day print renewal – Add l print lines available for $11.35 per line – For private party customers only – 3 of your photos on cars.com.

The Journal Inquirer ad is the better value because the ad runs for longer, at a lower price, with an additional line of space. The downside is there is no online component to the ad, but there are also not a lot of waste eyeballs look at your used car ad.

One final piece of advice: stick with paid newspapers that people have delivered to their homes or offices. Specialty publications that you find at your Chinese takeout restaurant are not good options for advertising your used car.

After all, have you ever bought anything from one of those publications? I might consult one to start but then I would look online. I get the sense those ads could become quickly dated.