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Alright so I'm In Canada and I own a 2012 Mercedes ML 350 4matic I RARELY drive it I bought it last year in November and it has about 10,000Km or so on it now I'm looking to sell it... I was wondering how much could I get for it? It only has 10,000Km which is 6213 miles and it has every option except DVD. No accidents or anything. Could I get most of what I paid for it since its so low on KM?
 

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Punch in your model on ebay, and then hit the "See Completed Listings" on the top of the page. Also check out current listings to view how the bidding is going on your particular year. That should give you a base baramoter of what they are selling for. T
 

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Alright so I'm In Canada and I own a 2012 Mercedes ML 350 4matic I RARELY drive it I bought it last year in November and it has about 10,000Km or so on it now I'm looking to sell it... I was wondering how much could I get for it? It only has 10,000Km which is 6213 miles and it has every option except DVD. No accidents or anything. Could I get most of what I paid for it since its so low on KM?
Would you pay most of what you paid for a new car to get a used one?

If nothing else a full year of warranty has been consumed.

There is always KBB, NADA, and Edmonds to answer exactly this sort of question.
 

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I just traded my 2012.

I had a 2012 with 9700km. It was a bluetec with sport pkg, passive driver assist, premium pkg with pano, 3 keys, hitch, running boards and other stuff I may have missed.

I paid 64k plus tax in March. I traded it in at 59k.
you should expect to be in the range of 55-60k depending upon your options list and engine choice.

Hope this helps.
 

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Good reply from Oren - in the case of trade in - if selling retail to private buyer I would say the loss will be in the range of $8K
 

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Alright thanks I paid about 76k for the car and I don't think I'm going to trade it in hopefully I can find a private buyer so i don't lose too much. Is getting 67k reasonable?
 

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Which motor do you have?

If you expect to list it at 67k you won't get any calls. Dealers are listing for 66-67k and they qualify for reduced rate financing as they are demos etc. Your car is not worth more than $55-60,000. I'm am of course assuming the $76k you spent includes HST. Also don't forget if you are selling privately the government will collect tax on the transaction when you transfer ownership.
 
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