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What is the blue book value of a 1992 Pontiac Grand Prix?

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Old 04 Apr 2012, 11:22 pm
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Default What is the blue book value of a 1992 Pontiac Grand Prix?

I'm interested in getting a '92 Grand Prix. All the bell's and whistles with about 192K. Interested in finding from ppl that know what is a good asking price. Just don't want to pay 3000grand and find out I got shammed.....tyvm all
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Old 04 Apr 2012, 11:38 pm
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It really depends on the condition of the car. You can find out what the actual blue book value is by checking on the Kelley Blue Book website, at www.kbb.com.































Bear in mind that the Blue Book value is just a guideline and is not meant to be the end-all of auto value. Most cars sell for slightly higher than the blue book value and most trade-ins count for less than the blue book value.
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yeah kelly's blue book is the best place to figure out what the car is worth if you buy the car from a dealership you will pay close to blue book value but if you try to sell it yourself you probably won't get someone to pay that much for it knock about 500 to 1000 off the blu bool value. good luck to be quite honest i would suggest about 500 to 1000 value on the car anyways.
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Sounds good but the price is a little much for me. I had something similar, a 95 GTP with almost everything,132K, and sold it for 2200.
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All the bells and whistles? Than I guess your asking about a loaded SE, STE or GTP right?. well if you are looking for a four door or coupe than the fully loaded SE would be about 1,300 to 1,500. The STE four door is worth about 1,600 to 2,000 these cars have lots or little buttons and switches to play with but they are very hard to find. The GTP coupe is worth about the same 1,500 to 2,000. But with that many miles I would check over every part of that car to make shore its solid. 192,000 is not very much for a 3.1L V6 they can go for 300,000 easy but the 3.4 L TWIN DUEL CAM engine's will go for 200,000 before the heads need to be rebuild the cam lobs wear out on those engine's if they are not taken care of I would also check the timing belt it has to be replaced every 50,000 miles. I have a 1993 Grand Prix sedan it is a fully loaded LE with the 3.1L V6, four speed auto,ABS, sport Gage cluster, center console, cruise control, tilt wheel, power everything, A/C flood lights, 16x7 inch wheels, sport suspension, sport body work, and duel exhaust.The best part is that its MP3 ready LOL you need to use a cassette adapter to play the MP3 player in the car but it sound's good Delco knows how to makes radio last for a long time hahaha. My car has 167,800 miles on it and it still looks new the exterior and the interior still look new. I love these cars because they are so easy to work on (3.1L V6), parts are cheap and easy to find and these cars handle very well in turns I replaced all the struts with Monro sensa track struts and upgraded the tires to 225 60 16's and that maid a big differnce the car really corners now. The 3.1L V6's are quick enignes but the 3.4L's have lots of top end power and they have a nice sound to them to.
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