I don't know your market at all, and I've found large discrepencies in KBB and Edmunds in the past. I'd say check the local papers to see what other are asking for the car. Look at some dealer lots to get an idea as well. Make sure the car ALWAYS looks as close to showroom condition as possible - inside and out. I live in Central Ohio, and from the description you gave, I'd expect the car to sell here in the high 8's to low 9's most likely. Another good tool is to log onto EBay and see what cars similar to yours are selling for. Click the 'watch this auction' button, and check back after the auction ends to see what it sold for. Asking prices mean nothing - selling prices set actual value. Good luck.