: Price check on 2007 please :D



Rolex
04-30-07, 04:22 PM
Local dealer has a 2007 Lade, quicksilver, 22 inch wheels, and rear DVD. It's a 1 owner w/ 14,600 miles. I called a salesman and asked him when the vehicle was titled. With that kind of mileage I figure someone has driven it since the the of 06.

I usually direct people to Edmunds.com for vehicle valuation, but they won't give estimations on 07s yet. Any help is appreciated.

FWIW they've priced it at $59,900.....I'm sure I could buy a new one for that.

benamaster
04-30-07, 04:36 PM
I personally think that is high. You could probably pick up a new 07 depending on options for that price. I know I priced a 07 ESV brand new fully loaded for like 62,000 so you would think the regular Escalade with miles would be a whole lot less than 59,900!

caddycruiser
04-30-07, 05:09 PM
Edmunds actually does work, and has it right at $59,976 for Dealer Retail, so maybe the dealer is using that.

Otherwise, it's $56,761 for Private Party and $53,647 for Trade-In.

I'd venture to say closer to $54-55k, at least based on what I've seen of similarly used ones on Ebay and elsewhere.

hcvone
04-30-07, 05:11 PM
I paid around 60k for both of mine, they listed for just under 67k. There was a dealer out west giving 9k off in the Wall Street Journal a few weeks ago

medlines
04-30-07, 05:43 PM
I paid 58,000 $ for mine fully equipped but without the rear entertainment sys and the 22" wheels. that was in oct. 2006.
So you should get a new one for that amount of money.

Rolex
04-30-07, 05:47 PM
I paid 58,000 $ for mine fully equipped but without the rear entertainment sys and the 22" wheels. that was in oct. 2006.
So you should get a new one for that amount of money.

My thoughts exactly. Thanks fellas.

The dealer called back and said he'd do $54900 on his 07. I'll be thinking it over.

caddycruiser
04-30-07, 06:48 PM
My thoughts exactly. Thanks fellas.

The dealer called back and said he'd do $54900 on his 07. I'll be thinking it over.

Yeah, that's a lot more in line--and dropping $5k over the phone clearly shows how obviously overdone the asking price was originally.

That said, given the deals on brand new ones, it'd be a hard decision waying saving a few grand and getting an earlier build that's used or getting a later one that no one's touched and spending the extra couple grand. The latter would probably win me over, especially given that these trucks aren't cheap to begin with, but it all depends on the individual situation, dealer, etc.

hcvone
05-01-07, 08:24 AM
Offer him 50k

Synergetic
05-01-07, 11:35 AM
Offer him 50k

Yes, offer him 50 or even less. Thats what its valued at w/ that mileage, not 55.

Playdrv4me
05-01-07, 11:41 AM
Thats a 52000.00 vehicle at most. I can assure you they paid 45 for it with that mileage.