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What should I be asking for my 2017 GTI Sport

upsh1ft

New member
Location
Bay Area
Hi all, I would like to sell my 2017 GTI Sport to a private party as I am getting too old to drive a manual as a daily driver
Not really sure what would be the fair asking price so would appreciate your help

2017 GTI Sport, carbon grey, 6sp
Purchased 9/10/2016, car never left California
59800 miles
Good condition, had rear bumper cover replaced (got rear ended) and rear passenger door scratch fixed (scraped against concrete column)
I have pictures or repairs.
No mods except currently on 17" Enkei wheels (I have original 18" wheels)
Driven conservatively (I'm 57) mostly commuting
Never had a single issue with the car, all oil changes done on time. Will be doing oil change and brake flush at 60K
Thanks a lot
 

jimlloyd40

Autocross Champion
Location
Phoenix
Car(s)
2018 SE DSG
Look up the KBB price and add a couple thousand since used car prices are high right now.
 

vj123

Drag Racing Champion
Location
The Detroit
Car(s)
2019 GTI Rabbit
Used car prices are all over the place now.

Looking through multiple sites for similar vehicles (Autotrader, Cargurus) might give you a better idea. Also you can get an offer for your vehicle through an online vendor like Carvana and list it a little higher than that.
 

cb1111

Newbie
Location
Virginia, USA
Used car prices are all over the place now.

Looking through multiple sites for similar vehicles (Autotrader, Cargurus) might give you a better idea. Also you can get an offer for your vehicle through an online vendor like Carvana and list it a little higher than that.
Right. Get multiple quotes from companies like Carvana, vroom, Webuyanycar etc. and you'll see a whole range of offers. Then, go on the site and check the sales prices - price your car somewhere in-between.

Did you pull a CARFAX to see what is reported about your bumper?
 
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