Nice. The problem with the auto pricing books is the Dealers have a book in every color you can think of. Most go by the Black Book which, of course, gives you less than the Blue one and most trade values come off of the MSRP (unless they are dumping old model inventory). Many times you are better off giving your "used up" trade in to a charity, earning a tax write off, and get a cash deal on the new one. (my best friend is the used car buyer for a local dealer). Beware when they advertise "invoice pricing". New cars have a "hold back" of $600 to $1000 that the factory pays the dealer, so they have a built in profit margin even if you do get an invoice price.
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