Kelley Blue Book Canada?

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There is not a Kelley Blue Book that is applicable for Canadian car buying. The equivalent to the Kelley Blue Book in Canada is called the Canadian Black Book and it is published every two weeks. It is usually only available to insurance companies, private wholesalers, and dealerships. There is not a way for the private individual to get a copy of the Canadian Black Book unless it is a through a third party. This makes the car buying and selling process in Canada different than the United States.
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