I agree that it's a little high unless there's lots of extras and it's in perfect shape. Try offering him less and be prepared to walk away.....unless you're willing to spend that much. My 2008 was advertised for $2500 in 2010. I offered him $2300 and he took it. It only had 237 miles on it. There's still deals out there. A couple months ago I bought a '95 with less than 800 miles on it. Had to pay $1700 but the seller had receipts for extras and maintenance records.
I tried and tried to find a used one before i just gave up and bought new. I'd check kbb, nada guides, and search craigslist (just to compare prices). They're probably planning on negotiating down a little, so if its not been wrecked or or dropped too bad, if you could shave a couple of hundred off that price it'd be a about right.