How much can I expect for my 2019 Si Sedan?

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    Hi Guys,

    I am thinking of Parting out with my Civic Si. How much can I expect if I sell my 2019 Civic Si with 11,000 miles which is in excellent condition. I took proper care of it.

    What would be the fair price for it ?
     
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    Check the car ads like cargurus.com, cars.com, autotrader.com, and see what others are asking for similar year/mileage as yours. 2019 with 11k miles and excellent condition - I'd guess 21k-22k.
     
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    LOL carvana is offering more than this :D
     
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    Seems like you know the answer then.

    Why do you want to sell a car you just bought?
     
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    Looks to be around 21k-22k in my area as well. The cars don't hold their value as well as the Type R's but still really well imo
     
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    This.. Lots of flake out buyers who still need to secure financing.

    While you might not get as much as waiting and selling privately, the ease/convenince of say Cargurus, or even your dealer, might be worth it to you. The 2020's are out there and I bet dealer financing is pretty easy for most buyers vs looking for a used model.

    imho, Carvana tends to offer a littler more than Carmax or your dealer (buying market share).. and its reflected in their higher sales prices of used cars.
     
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    What was the Carvana offer?
     
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    I checked with 3 dealerships in the Tacoma - Seattle area and received 19000 from all 3.
     
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    $21,000
     
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    I am in California area. So, may be that's the reason
     
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    I moved very close to my workplace and I feel that I can save more by selling the car. Also, I can save insurance money
     
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    Sounds good to me. You could always buy an electric bicycle and commute with that. I bought a Stealth Bomber a few years back but unfortunately my work is just a little too far away. If I could though, OMG I would save so much in gas money :confused1:

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    Private Party value for your Si in Sacramento zip code is 24K. Trade in value is just 20.5K.
    Basically, your car is practically brand new and you paid a pretty penny for it. The buyer you're looking for wants to save about 3K and avoid the despicable dealership. One thing I don't know is how much sales tax your buyer would have to pay, every state has different rules. I mention this because what if the buyer saves 1K or 2K in taxes buying from you? You gotta use that as a selling point.
    I imagine a new 2020 Si in Sacramento costs:
    25K + 2.5K taxes/title/tags = 27.5K. Let's just say 28K.
    You can sell your 2019 Si for 22K, buyer would pay approx 2K in taxes/title/tags(guestimate).
    Buyer saves at least 4K this way and keeps his sanity. Not bad.
    The lowest I would go would be about 21K, then he saves 5K. GREAT DEAL for him!
    Sell only private party, the dealers will rip you off.
     
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    For what it's worth I sold my 2019 Aegean Blue Sedan to a local Honda dealer (Portland, OR) for $21,000 - 8k miles. Carmax was also at $21,000.
     
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