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Does anyone here have access tocurrent manheim auction prices of 2007 M6? Appreciate the help.... Considering selling and want to know where the bottom is...
 

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9900 miles is way above average i would say low 50's for a coupe $49-52k .and for vert about the same . lowest milage 2007 m6 couple that went in past month was 14k miles it was blk and went for 48,400. then a white one with 15k miles went for 50,250.
 

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Hmmm, interesting.... What would I get as a trade in then from a BMW dealer, if at auction this would go for 52K? The car is perfect, still under maint. warranty and CPOd. Thank you for your input!
 

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I ran a Manheim report for you. You never mentioned if it was a convertible or not so I based it on a coupe.

Vehicle Identification
Search: Select Country: US
Year: 2007 Select Region: National
Make: B M W Seasonal Adjustment: No
Model: M SERIES
Style: M6 2D COUPE
Auction Averages
Zeroes Indicate No Recent Auction Sales. See "Transactions"
For Week Ending Nov 20
Above Average Below Sep 2010 May 2010 Nov 2009
Sale Price $46,694 $40,289 $33,884 $42,098 $47,839 $47,625
Odometer 20,897 41,794 62,691 33,951 26,306 29,551
Total Sold All 12 15 9 12
Average Auction Odometer 9900
Prices are based on more transactions than shown under 'Transactions', above.
Nov 25 - Dec 02 2010
Above Average Below Dec 2010 Nov 2011
Auction $52,400 $48,200 $44,000 $48,200 $46,500
Est. Retail $60,000 $55,900 $51,400 $55,900 $54,000
 

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thank you for the info! Please explain how to make sense of all those numbers.... Does that mean that you can estimate what a 9900 mile car (copue, btw, sorry for leaving that out) would go for hypothetically? Appreciate the clarification - Happy thanksgiving!
 

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Yes you can estimate what your car would sell for based on historical sales information. That's why it lets me change the odometer. The first set of numbers show that 6 m6's sold for the week of Nov 21st giving below, average, and above average prices based on the odometer readings. The bottom numbers reflect your actual odometer reading. Actually, I forgot to make an adjustment for the west coast and a seasonal adjustment so here are your results: Above Average Below Hope this helps!!
Auction: $50,600 $46,500 $42,500
Est Retail: $58,500 $54,000 $49,600
 

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Thanks for clarifying. So, would a BMW dealer give me more than the auction price in a trade in, considering that the car is already CPO'd?
 
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