Is £10,600 a fair price for a 2004 Lexus RX300?

I am considering buying a used Lexus RX 300 (from Lexus dealership), it looks in very good condition, has had one previous owner and has only done 58,000 miles. With the part-ex on my E320 estate I will be paying £10,600 in total, it is on the forecourt for £11,700 - do you think this is a reasonable price?

Asked on 29 November 2012 by Tania

Answered by Honest John
Glass's Guide retail prices for an 04 are from £7,220 for the base model to £8,840 for the absolute top SE-L. No justification for asking £10,600. The lower than book mileage is only worth a maximum of £450 extra.

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