• Cars4Charities Posted: 10/21/2009 7:17am PDT

    The rise in used car prices is the direct result of the destruction of 700,000 cars by the cash for clunkers program. That destruction also cost car repair shops and charities that rely on the revenue from car donation much money.

  • richard avatar Richard Posted: 10/9/2009 3:29pm PDT

    I said that trade-in value is at its peak, so if you're looking to trade-up, you'll get a little more for your old vehicle. You could probably ask for more cash if you were to sell through the classifieds, too. Capisce?

  • Spock44 Posted: 10/9/2009 12:24pm PDT

    Ok so you are suggesting people purchase NOW, at the PEAK? If it's the peak wait 6 months for the prices to come down and the inventory to be up. Please correct or clarify what was intended.