Asking $1,000.00 for my 2009 Mazda 5 minivan. Never had any problems with the motor or transmission. I've owner the car for about 5 years now and driven it about 150'000 miles. Oil has been changed every 5,000 to 6,000 miles.
I am selling it because the 2 front wheel bearings need to be replaced, and I was going to get it fixed, but a friend offered me her car at trade-in value since she was going to purchase a new car. I couldn't turn her down. Les Schwab quoted me about $750 for parts and labor to replace both bearings. I would fix it before selling if I hadn't paid cash for the new car.
Kelly Blue Book values this car with the mileage and in perfect condition at $3400, however, this car has some other problems and you would expect from a car that has 260,000 miles. I will try to list them all.
Currently the car can still be driven, but at about 20 miles per hour or faster you can hear the front bearings grinding. I would not drive a high speeds.
Driver window does not go up and down all the way.
A rock put a hole in the backside of the passenger side mirror.
The driver side front headlight has a crack.
the windshield needs replacing.
The front bumper cover came off and I put it back on using glue and screws.
On the plus side for $1000 and about $1000 in repairs (bearings and windshield) you could have a working minivan that seats 6 or all 4 seats in the back fold down so you could use it as I did for work. A/C and heater both work.