Having just purchased a new car, I'm probably going to sell my 2000 Camry. I've looked it up on the Kelly Blue Book site and computed it's value. My question is this: how close are the Kelly Blue Book numbers to what people pay and ask? I haven't sold or bought a used vehicle in many years. I think I have a fair assessment of my car. It would be considered in "Good" shape. If I sell it, I'm not interested in lots of negotiations; My plan would just be to give the KElly Blue Book number for private sales and say that it's non-negotiable in the ad. That should eliminate the many tire-kickers and people looking for a steal. Would that be a proper strategy? Or do cars generally bring a little MORE or a little LESS than the Kelly Blue Book numbers? Please share your knowledge or experience. Thanks, Wanna kill these ads? We can help!