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Question Details Asked:Jul 18, 2011 - 09:22 PMStatus:Closed
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Clean title history just means the vehicle has not been totaled out and the title salvaged and rebuilt, an accident other than a total loss dosn't change the title. Any body work will lower the value of the vehicle.
Check TMV. NADA often has higher asking prices since they appear to cater to banks and state taxing authorities. TMV reflects actual prices paid, not asking prices."Clean" to Edmunds means "Some normal wear but no major mechanical or cosmetic problems; may require limited reconditioning."
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