Unlike many of those "free" Internet sites, Galves doesn't publish
retail values. We do not believe there is enough reliable information
regarding actual retail transaction prices to publish valid retail
pricing. What a dealer "asks" for a car and what a consumer ultimately "pays" for
a car can be thousands of dollars apart. Therefore, basing retail
values on "asking prices" can be very misleading. And our experience
has been that finding out the final prices paid for vehicles is not
such an easy task.
The difficulty in getting actual transaction price information is
further complicated by other variables that can affect retail sales,
including: cost of reconditioning, extent of warranty, cost of
advertising, any special financing, any certification, etc. Much of the
suggested retail pricing found on the Internet tends to be unrealistic.
And when you encounter what seems like an exorbitant spread between a
trade-in value and a retail value, something is wrong! Either their
trade-in value is too low, their retail too high, or both. We have
learned to be skeptical of such pricing, and so should you.
There is, on the other hand, a great deal of accurate information
on which to base wholesale values. Since retail pricing is primarily
based on the wholesale transaction, knowing a 'true' wholesale value
is the best place to start thinking about what is fair retail pricing.
That's what Galves provides and as always, you can trust us for
the most up-to-date and accurate pricing information available.
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