Prices are high and not competitive. Find the highest prices given by the Kelley Blue Book or the NADA Guide and add a few hundred dollars. That's what you'll be looking at. Inspect their cars carefully. They're careful to give it a wash and wax, but if you inspect the less obvious, as you should with any used car, you'll likely see rust in hard to spot places. Rust at all on a late-model car is suspicious.