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Question by  mandyaljp (55)

What is a good asking price for a 2001 Buick Century?


Answer by  MarkGress (479)

I would evaluate its condition then check with kbb, edmunds, blackbook, etc. You can even try to access it online for an estimate. Without knowning the submodel, features, and condition I cannot give you a good estimate.


Answer by  Cash813 (68)

The NADA retail value of a 2001 Buick Century with 100,000 miles and in clean condition, and no additonal options is $5,000. The price could fluctuate depending mileage, condition or additional options on the vehicle. If you are looking to sell the vehicle quickly, you should consider asking $4,000 for the car.


Answer by  DM (228)

The asking price can vary heavily depending on location and condition. Assuming you're near a typical city and the car is in good aesthetic and mechanical condition with around 100,000 miles, you can probably generate interest by starting at $3500. (You'll probably get $3000.)


Answer by  mb1rock (89)

A 2001 Buick Century is a larger car, that would be sold to the younger ages or older ages. A good listing price for this car depends on the condition and the mileage the car currently has. Since it is a sedan and is nine years old, I would recommend $4000 for the asking price.

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