When I listed my car on this site it siad my asking price was $300 high, no I look on the site and it says my asking price is $2500 high! How can my vehicle's value dreciate that fast in a week? Something is wrong here!

Asked by Jan 23, 2018 at 10:18 AM about the Chevrolet Corvette

Question type: Car Selling & Trading In

They have my car's asking price listed on this site as $2500, whereas when I listed a few weeks ago it was listed as $300 high.
How can my car's value deprecate that much in a couple of weeks?
Something is wrong here, especially considering many people have listed older model corvettes with more miles for a lot more than mine!

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Same experience. Something is fishy. Car dealer advocacy.

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Check back next week and you will likely get a different answer. The site pulls data from different places and tries to compare it to what is for sale and sold. Prices are always changing... Check NADA. Edmunds, and KBB.com and price it accordingly. You will get different 'values' form each of the sites listed. Car values always fluctuate.

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