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Find Used Cars in Price, Utah

Price is located in a high desert, situated in a semi-arid zone that has a low humidity and mild winters. It is in Carbon County, Utah, and is the largest city in this county. The population was 8,402 at the 2000 census, and the average household size was 2.60 and the average family size was 3.19. The median income for a household in the city was $31,687, and the median income for a family was $39,429. The city has a total area of 4.2 square miles, and none of the area is covered with water. Price is centered between Salt Lake and Moab, at the northwestern edge of the Colorado Plateau, and is at an elevation of 5,957 feet. The Price River flows by the city, and it is one of several communities near the San Rafael Swell. The city is on U.S. Route 6 and U.S. Route 191, and was one of the communities that was served by the Rio Grande Zephyr. It has a history rich with mining, railroad, and pre-historic finds. Price is a great place for outdoor adventures, as hiking, biking, water sports, and rafting are all nearby. It has many museums, including the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum - 20,000 square feet of exhibits including seven mounted dinosaurs, a saber-toothed cat and a giant mammoth. Nine-Mile Canyon - known today as one of the finest locations for petroglyphs and pictographs by the early Fremont culture is located nearby. It is actually 40 miles long. Price sits on the San Rafael Swell, which is home to vast deserts, canyons, and rock formations. Goblin Valley State Park and the Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry are nearby destinations popular for nature enthusiasts, off-road riders, and rock hounding. There are three public elementary schools in Price, there is one junior high school and one high school.

Information About Used Car: Blue Book Prices

A crucial step when buying a used car is to find out its value; how much is it worth? This will help you to avoid getting the bad end of the deal, and it will give you a basis point when it comes to negotiations. The ‘blue book’ lists most cars, and, depending greatly on the make, model, year, and condition it is in, you will find the used vehicles value. It seems like an obvious step in buying a used car, yet many seem to skip this entirely, and go into the dealer blindly.

Dealers actually use this same book to swing the deal to their side. Once someone is interested in purchasing a used car, the dealer will often show the price guide to the consumer. He quickly points to the ‘retail value’ of the used car, and exclaims that his asking price is so much less, you are getting a good deal, so – no need to negotiate, right?

This is what many used car buyers may not know, the book only gives ‘suggested retail values’, which is only an estimate. The book even states “SUGGESTED RETAIL VALUES represent Kelley Blue Book's estimated dealer asking price. The actual selling price may vary substantially.” Think about buying a house; although there is a listed selling price for it, no one would think of skipping the negotiations to get a lower price. It is no different here. The blue book value can be a great starting point, but do not assume that this is what you should pay for the used car, always negotiate, and make sure you get a fair deal.