By Matt Schmitz on June 16, 2013
Americans have a culturally ingrained love affair with their cars, so it's natural that when they go to sell their old set of wheels, they see its pricing potential through rose-colored driving goggles. If you're serious about unloading your used car, you'll have to sever those emotional attachments. It's important to take an objective look at its condition and realistic market value, and be prepared to consider a would-be purchaser’s best offer as opposed to your ideal sum. Follow the link below for Cars.com's pricing tips.
News Editor Matt Schmitz is a veteran Chicago journalist indulging his curiosity for all things auto while helping to inform car shoppers. Email Matt