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Boat Trade

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Who gives the best price for a used boat on a trade?

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The dealer that has best deal. If you sell it privately you will get more money.

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"Who gives the best price for a used boat on a trade?"

You won't know till you shop around. Keep in mind dealer X might give you more for the trade but the price of the new boat might be more then dealer Z.

As Val said if you want the best price for your boat then you should sell it yourself.

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When buying a new car or truck, I don't look at what I'm getting for trade value. I look at the difference I will have to pay for the new car with the trade in. If comparing between equal vehichles its easier to find the better value. In otherwords they can give a great trade amount, but you may also pay much more for your new item. It's easier to look at the difference you will have to pay.

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