That's why I said the price is up to the buyer and seller.My 2011 is an EX-L with 34,000 on it and no one would get it for less than $11,000.00.
The OP said 165, not 165,000 miles. Also where the car is located has a lot to do with price. A car in the junkyard somewhere in the rust belt would look brand new if it was here in TucsonThat's why I said the price is up to the buyer and seller.
Locally, with 165K miles I seriously doubt I'd pay more than $6000 (FWD LX) up to maybe $9000 (for a tricked out AWD EXL) - provided it's in pristine condition. Beyond that I'd look for a newer year model with lower miles.