Research accurate retail or trade-in Blue Book values for used cars and dealer invoice and MSRP for new cars. [Description from dmoz]
Kelley Blue Book helps to steer people to avoid something yellow -- a lemon. The company publishes information on vehicle pricing, including automobile trade-in values, as well as car ratings and reviews. While the company still publishes the traditional print Blue Book Official Guide, it has shifted its focus to the Web, offering all of its information online. The company was established in 1926 by car buff Les Kelley, who owned one of the nation's largest car dealerships, the Kelley Kar Company. He chose to name the company "Blue Book" after the Blue Book social register, which listed prestigious people in the community. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 4.5 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor reads Automobile Magazine and shops on usedcars.com.
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|Affinity||Auto News & Info|
|10.2x||Car and Driver|
|8.8x||Enterprise Car Sales|
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