so most people buy cars without caring to look. Does it really matter? I mean, will a dealer cut you the blue book value if you bring it up? Im looking at an 2000 MR2 spyder with nearly 50k, selling for fricking like $17, no way, even a very similar one but 2001 with even less mileage, was only $15k. But that one's a private dealer (and I do not have the money to cash it). Anyways, yeah how helpful is the bluebook value in negotiating [with dealers]? Because KBB states that car, in excellent, condition, is only $12,600.