a little more than 50K miles and $14,000 is the price it's advertised for. Anyone know what price I should set my sights to during negotiations? The KBB value seems to hover around the $15,000 mark, but from what I hear, those prices aren't always reliable. The car is at a Toyota dealership, would that make them want to unload the car as fast as possible and go lower on the price than they would on a Toyota? It seems like the transmission problems I hear about so much started with the 2000+ models, so I'm trying to stick with the '99s. Thoughts?