Fair price for 2010 Armada w/ "SALVAGE TITLE/CERTIFICATE ISSUED & REBUILT TITLE ISSUED"

Asked by Oct 13, 2017 at 06:21 AM

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I am looking to buy a 2010 Nissan Armada Platinum.
I found one but, the downside to it is, it has a salvage
title. I'm trying to figure out what a fair price for this
vehicle would be.
There has been three owners and there has been two
reported accidents (1 reporting a total loss by the
first owner) according to the Carfax.
The "accident/damage" section of the Carfax shows
it as "severe damage" under all three of the owners
sections. I also didn't understand how owner #1 only
has a "SALVAGE TITLE/CERTIFICATE ISSUED" and
the other 2 owners have; "SALVAGE
TITLE/CERTIFICATE ISSUED & REBUILT TITLE
ISSUED"
With all that being said I am wondering what a fair
price for this vehicle would be. I'm hoping you guys
would be able to help me out.

I thank you in advance,
Clueless buyer

4 Answers

261,545

you don't need to worry about the price, I would walk away from the vehicle and find another. If your set on buying it, you will pay a couple thousand less. Depends on what the buyer wants to sell it to you for. Remember on a salvage vehicle, you purchase those to drive into the ground. If you trade it in, you will get below wholesale price or close to nothing.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Seller is asking $11,000. I have mixed emotions but it seemed to drive well and looks good. Smh My fiancé loved it too... Damn. What to do...

82,955

Use online pricing guides and then deduct at least 30% but I would suggest that you run away! Run away!

12,410

yes, run. if you want more confirmation, call your insurance company and ask them what they will do for you with a vehicle with a salvage title.

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