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Old 11-05-2018, 03:39 PM
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Hey Everyone,

I have been toying around with the idea of selling my 08 white 350Z Nismo. But I can't find any good sources on the market prices. Has 35,000 miles on it. NADA or Kelly don't really work with the Nismo packages. All factory and original. No mods. Wheels are a little scuffed from previous owner. Just trying to get an idea.

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Expect to take a hit (or keep till you get your price). I find KBB and AutoTrader.com give pretty good results. If you live in a rural area, plug in your zip for the biggest nearby town. Try this-

https://www.popularmechanics.com/car...ur-car-online/
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Typical HR Nismo prices in my neck of the woods range from 18~22k (from used car lots), most of these Nismo 350Zs are in sub-optimal condition (cosmetic exterior and interior damage, high mileage, cheap aftermarket junk on it, etc). Now with the low mileage on your 08, if it's unmolested, and if the condition is excellent (in and out), you could potentially ask for more, but you might be waiting a while for that right buyer. At 24-30k, you could also pick up a 2012+ stock 370Z. White Nismo 350s are pretty rare, I don't think I've ever seen one in the wild before. All of the ones I've seen are either red or black, so that might increase the value.
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After all, it is a.... NISM

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Expect to take a hit (or keep till you get your price). I find KBB and AutoTrader.com give pretty good results. If you live in a rural area, plug in your zip for the biggest nearby town. Try this-

https://www.popularmechanics.com/car...ur-car-online/
nada.com is what i used to gauge price when i traded in the vette, the dealership hit the number spot on
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