: whats my v worth?



sharky1
01-20-07, 10:02 PM
'05 cts-v, 6k miles, perfect condition....uuc, stealth, lingenfelter....what's it worth for a quick sale? Car is in southern oregon...thx, guys..

rpm_69
01-20-07, 10:18 PM
'05 cts-v, 6k miles, perfect condition....uuc, stealth, lingenfelter....what's it worth for a quick sale? Car is in southern oregon...thx, guys..

edmunds.com and kbb.com will give you an estimate, but the CTS-V is not a "quick sale" sort of car. A four door w/ a manual and monster engine appeal to a limited crowd. I bought my 04 that wasn't titled till 3/05 w/ 13,500 miles from a dealer as a cert preowned for $30,400. I know you've got upgrades, but that usually hurts the value. People think it was "raced". :bigroll:

You need to find the right buyer who "gets it", and wants a road monster. That won't be a quick sale. My 2 cents.

zozmanCTS-V
01-20-07, 10:28 PM
2005s: $34K-$37K. The faster the sale, the lower the price.

Randy

v-ape
01-21-07, 01:18 AM
Like the guy said above, check out edmunds True Market Value.

For my car:
04 w/ 33k
TMV = 26,000
KBB = 30,000

If you check ebay and watch auctions you'll see that the TMV is pretty close.

CadV
01-21-07, 01:24 AM
2005s: $34K-$37K. The faster the sale, the lower the price.

Randy

Thats too high more like 28-32k

sy1172
01-21-07, 07:33 AM
Thats too high more like 28-32k

No, that's too low. My dealer has a used 05 with 15K miles for $36,999. I just bought my '05 with 4k miles wih full Corsa for $34,500. The 28-32K is too low....for an '04 maybe.

rand49er
01-21-07, 09:01 AM
'05 cts-v, 6k miles, perfect condition....uuc, stealth, lingenfelter....what's it worth for a quick sale? Car is in southern oregon...thx, guys..Only 6k miles? If I was in the market, I'd be looking at your V in a flash ... 'course, you'd have to be a little closer. Somebody is gonna get a really nice car! :thumbsup:

ctsvflorida
01-21-07, 09:19 AM
Thats too high more like 28-32k

You're right on the money here. 04-05 are beginning to bring pretty much the same money and only mileage is playing the bigger factor. I guess because they are LS6's. '04's are leveling out finally to a low resale and '05's are still dropping to their same numbers pretty much, maybe only $2k difference between them.