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How do you find the NADA value of a car?

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Find the NADA value of a car by visiting NADAguides.com and navigating through the interactive valuation tools to select the exact make and model of the car being valued. The tool requires specific information, such as the car's make, model, year, mileage and unique features, as of March 2015.

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Visit NADAguides.com and choose the Cars section to begin the valuation process for a car. This page allows you to take one of several routes in starting the process, such as selecting make from a drop down list or choosing from a visual list of car body types. The body types list is useful if you're not sure of the exact make and model of your car, as it walks you through common features and gives you a visual reference for comparison. For example, if Coupe is chosen from the list, the site displays a page that contains a written description of coupes, which are smaller two-door cars, and a list of different manufacturers that make coupes.

After you select the appropriate manufacturer, you proceed to choose a specific year of car. This loads a list of all models made in that year, with accompanying descriptions and pictures. From here you enter additional features of the car to receive the NADA value.

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