there is a 2002 dodge 3/4 ton diesel for sale and it has 114 thousand miles on it and all leather seats with the dodge symbol in the seats with no rust its a bright blue for i belive 15,900 is that a good deal
go to www.kbb.com and check what the trade in, retail values are, etc.
that will give you a good idea
I traded an 02 5spd. with 105k on the clock and was given 13,500 on the trade in. that was about 9 months ago.
Do yourself a favor and DO NOT by a 24 vavle without having a mechanic, or yourself check the FP to the Injection pump. If you dont, its a great way to get to spend $1500.00 on your new truck after the Injection pumps quits in a few weeks.
When i bought mine (2002-ext cab longbed 4x4 auto) with 114k, i checked kbb and it said $19,xxx. I got mine for 16,000 and put a new lift pump and injector pump on a month later, and even with that bill i was still under blue book value.
I bought mine almost a year for 12900, its a 99 and had 100100 miles all stock and came with a meyers snow plow, 1 owner who always took it to the dealer and is like brand new, new tires and tranny.
sounds high to me.
wow, i would like to be living where you guys r. here in montana that truck would go for $18k. I was just looking at upgrading to a newer truck and the dealer told me he would give me $15500 trade in for my 01 ho quad cab 4x4 slt with 112k on the clock. sounds like a good deal to me. that and the dealers here don't use kbb, only NADA.
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