1. Kelley Blue Book – KBB is the standard when asking “What is my vehicle worth?” I find their values to be pretty close when the vehicles are graded fairly with the description KBB provides. For example an ” Excellent Condition” vehicle can’t even have a paint touch up, less than 3% of vehicles qualify.
2. Manufacturer websites such as General Motors , Chrysler, Nissan , Chevrolet (you can stop at those as they make the greatest vehicles in the world, wink wink)
3. Edmunds.com – Edmunds.com is the place to go when you’re shopping for a car and you want to buy smarter. You can discover and research fair market pricing for vehicles.
4. Dealership website. I typically upgrade our Monkenauto/Monken1.com frequently and make a significant investment every two years. My goal is to have as much information as possible to keep you on our website. I am always looking to improve the Monken website, so please share your wish list with me. We spend a lot of time on descriptions and photos to help you with the details of our Monken vehicles. Our goal is transparency. The market has been headed in this direction for years.
5. Fueleconomy.gov One of the most common questions we get is, “What can I expect for fuel economy?” You can compare any year, make and model at fueleconomy.gov.