Vehicle history is an important factor in determining a car's value. In addition to taking a vehicle's year, make, model, mileage, location and condition into consideration, CARFAX History-Based Value is powered by vehicle-specific data that's unique to CARFAX and tied directly to each car through its vehicle identification number (VIN).
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When tied in with Edmunds.com's new car price quoting process, car shoppers today can make more informed decisions than ever before. By understanding the benefits of Edmunds' True Market Value section and how it can be used in conjunction with the new car price quoting feature, you can become a truly savvy automobile consumer.
The last guidebooks published by Edmunds were released in 2006, since then Edmunds has relied on a comprehensive website for publishing car prices. While Edmunds no longer publishes vehicle values in print, the company does currently offer a highly rated advice book "Edmunds.com's Strategies for Smart Car Buyers".
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