|09-07-2006 11:14 PM|
10K Sounds Good
Two years ago I sold my '01 Wrangler stock SE (2.5L engine) with 86,000 miles on it. At the time the NADA guide the dealers use was quoting nearly $12,000 in spite of the mileage which surprised me. I received more calls on it than I could have ever imagined. Sold it within the week. Bottom line - these guys have given you solid advice; $10,000 is a good price.
|09-06-2006 07:21 PM|
|1BLKJP||Yeah, I would imagine based on condition about 10 to 11 would be about right for it. The mileage is pretty low so that's a bonus. Are there any other 4wheeling related mods that have been done to it?|
|09-06-2006 03:24 PM|
|amerijeep||10k is what I would think off the top of my head.|
|09-06-2006 01:08 PM|
My roommate is selling his 2001 4.0 Sport with 49,000 on the clock and I was doing some research to find a fair market selling price. Or what he could expect to get out of it. Very good shape, hard and soft tops in great shape, remote start...thanks in advance!