Q: How do I know if a used car is a good deal?

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I'm looking to buy a pre-owned convertible Audi 2008 A4 3.2L. It has about 69K miles and the dealership is asking for $10,000 excluding documentation, tax, and registration. Is it a good deal? I can post pictures or give you the link if you would like to have a detailed look. Thanks in advance!

My car has 68500 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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