Our Favorite Online Auto Research Sites
- Kelly Blue Book's
Used Car Values are pretty good
-- we've found "fair" condition is an excellent representation of trade-in
- Edmunds.com has the best collection of
new car info on the web. Great reviews, vehicle specs, and their own "True Market Value"
new car pricing guide that's very accurate.
is easily the best place to try to sell your car on the web,
and it's not a bad place to buy one either (as long as you're very careful). If
you're selling a car, make sure you put
up pictures and give a good description.
- NADAGuides.com is another great place to find approximate used car and trade-in values. It's also an excellent resource for finding
the values classic cars, RV's, boats, and
- While we want to emphasize that you should be extremely cautious,
eBay Motors can be a good place to find a
deal on a car. eBay offers shipping and inspections on any vehicle you buy out of state, or you can search for
vehicles based on how close they are to your home. A lot of dealers will put
their older inventory on eBay, and that usually means good deals.
- Don't forget to get
multiple quotes on both pricing and financing. It's a great way to validate
your research as well as save some time.