You may think your car "drives like new" and shines like a baby seal, but its value will depend on its actual condition, so you'll need to be both knowledgeable and realistic about it.
Owners tend to overestimate the value of their car, which can lead to unrealistic expectations. If you ultimately set your asking price too high, you'll probably have more trouble selling it. Consider going to your mechanic for an assessment. He/she can identify problems with the engine, plus things you may overlook, like a broken tail light or features you don't use.
A pre-sell inspection can be worth the investment because:
To ensure that you describe your car's condition accurately, be sure to verify your vehicle's condition after you check your vehicle's value.Next Step 3: Decide Whether to Trade-in or Sell Yourself