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Blue Book Value

The market value of an automobile as determined by the Kelley Blue Book. The blue book value is used as a guideline for car dealers and others who buy and sell used cars.
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com provides consumers with vehicle maintenance reminders, sales and service specials, recall notices, Kelley Blue Book values, traffic and weather reports and more.
The editors compiled the list of qualifying vehicles using Kelley Blue Book's New Car Blue Book Values, which reflect real-world transaction prices and provide a more useful comparison point than Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP).
com Kelley Blue Book Values data to be published in the company's May/June Residual Value Guide shows that the average year-over-year change in 36-month residual values of new Toyota models is forecasted to increase by 4.
Furthermore, according to Kelley Blue Book Values data, throughout the month of February 2010 Hyundai outperformed the overall car segment average by a healthy margin.
Kelley Blue Book updates its famous Blue Book Values on a weekly basis, and the values continue to fall for Toyota models affected by the recall announcements.
Primarily, Autopulse will use the Netkey-powered kiosks to better educate consumers about their vehicles, auto insurance, blue book values, and recommended service scheduling.
Seller's Toolkit offers sellers an enhanced social method for listing vehicles for sale, while providing buyers with peace of mind that comes with the availability of the most recent Blue Book Values.
Kelley Blue Book Values are always fresh, local and relevant, incorporating more than 250 sources.
Blue book values are the most common way of determining the item's value.