For those interested in buying or selling your GS here is a compilation of various values based on NADAguides (www.nadaguides.com) and Kelly Blue Book (www.kbb.com). All information is from NADAguides except for the fourth value listed, as noted. I only list the years '92 through '01,
although the GS was made from '89 to '02. The values below were found in August of 2002 and are subject to change. Please
view the websites above for accurate, timely valuations.
Model Year-Average mileage
Low Retail Value
Average Retail Value
High Retail Value
Kelly Blue Book Value
Low Retail Value low retail unit may have extensive wear and tear. Body parts may have dents and
blemishes. The buyer can expect to invest in cosmetic and/or mechanical work. This vehicle should be in safe running order.
Low retail vehicles usually are not found on dealer lots
Average Retail Value An average retail unit should be clean without obvious defects.
All rubber and cables should be in good condition. The paint should match and have a good finish. All lights and switches
should work properly. The mileage should be within or slightly higher than the average range. This unit should also pass any
High Retail Value A high retail unit should look like new. All equipment should function properly.
The paint should match and have a high gloss. Tires should appear new and cables should be clean with minimal wear. Engine
should start quickly and run smoothly. There should be no leaks and the mileage should be at or below an acceptable range
for the model year. Units in excellent or prime condition may increase value 10%-15%.