Find the Latest ATV Values.
Looking for new or used ATV values? We'll show you how to find the
latest prices. Knowing true 4 wheeler values is crucial to getting the
best deal possible. Something we all want to do.
The quickest way to
find four wheeler values are with the online versions of the NADA Guide
and the Kelly Blue Book. I like to use both, so let's take a look at
Buying or Selling? Learn what that ATV is really worth.
Used ATV Values
First up is the NADA Guide. Let's look at how to find used ATV prices first. The easiest way is to break it down in steps.
Click here for the NADA Guide.
- Click the Motorcycles tab at the top of the page.
- Click the Used Powersports Center tab.
- Select the Motorcycle category and click on the first letter of the manufacturer's name.
- Find the make and click on the year model you want to see.
- Find the category (ex. 4 wheel ATV) and click on the model you want to price.
- Click the box by any options you want to add. Then click the "Get Used Value" button.
- Congratulations! You made it. Average and low retail
prices are listed. Below these you'll see a suggested list price. Be
sure to read the value explanations toward the bottom of the page that
will explain how to use these ATV values.
The new values take a few different steps. Here are a few tips.
New ATV Values
- Click on the Motorcycles tab again.
- Look in the New Powersports section and notice that ATV
and Utility vehicle are listed separately. Click on the one you want
to see. If you're not sure, most side by sides will be listed under
utility. Four wheelers that you sit on top of will be under ATV.
- Click on the make.
- Click on the year.
- Pick the model you want to see and click on it.(ex. Polaris Outlaw).
- Select the trim level of that model. (ex. Polaris Outlaw 525 IRS).
- You'll see a base MSRP along with a table of options.
Click the box by any options you would like to add. Then click the
- You will then see a total price consisting of the base
MSRP plus the cost of any options you added. Specs for your model will
be shown to the side.
- A really nice feature this guide has is the Compare
link. If you click it, you will be able to add 2 more ATV models for a
side by side comparison of prices and specs.
Kelly Blue Book Prices
The Kelly Blue Book doesn't list new ATV prices so let's look at how to find the prices of used ATVs.
Click here for Kelly Blue Book ATV Values.
- Click on your choice of trade-in or retail value.
- Click on the year model of the ATV.
- Click on the make you want.
- Find the model and click on it.
- You'll see the value of the ATV you chose in the first
step. Trade-in or Retail. There are also 2 links shown in the text
below the values. Mileage/condition and additional equipment.
- Click on the Additional Equipment link. Under the Off Road and ATV heading are values of most popular options for ATVs.
The listed prices vary between these sources and they
don't really list the same ATV values. The NADA shows average and low
retail. Kelly Blue Book shows top retail and the trade-in value which
is usually the lowest price. That's why I like to look at both and
determine kind of an average.
That should give you a good starting point for an average
ATV price. Since no two used ATVs are the same, it will be up to you to
decide what the condition and options are worth to you.
With new ATVs, find out what rebates or other "special"
deals might be available. I've found dealers offering large discounts
just by asking around.
Now that you know all about ATV values, good luck and happy hunting!
Used ATV Price Guide.
Used ATV Prices.