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Just ran my low milage 2013 RTL through Edmunds appraisal and was quite surprised.
Trade $27,950
Sale $29,600
Retail $31,200
 

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At the dealer a month ago eyeing a 2014. My 2006 rtl with 155K and 1 accident on it and they offered 9K because he said he had someone waiting for one. That was over KBB by like a grand.
 

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Ford dealer offered $26,400 for my 2013 ridgeline sport, 33,400 miles. Looking at a 2016 f150 lariat crewcab, they were discounting the f150 $6500. I was impressed with the amount offered on my trade. Only thing keeping me from buying was the length of the f150, 25 inches longer than the ridgeline. If i remember correctly my 13 sport rl listed for $30,830. That amount of depreciation is great in my book.
 

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I'm very pleased with how well the Ridgelines are holding up on the secondary market. The Subaru Baja I sold to buy the RL was the same way. Both are extremely useful vehicles that didn't exactly sell like gangbusters, but they fetch a premium used.
 

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Just before the latest airbag recall hit, KBB showed the trade-in value on my 2014 SE to be $31,616.
Today, it shows $30,653 - almost $1,000 less than 6 weeks ago.
 

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KBB is demanding I turn off my ad blocker. Nope. Do not want to get infected by malvertising.

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