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To GTS or not to GTS #162470 Apr 22, 8:14pm Apr 22, 8:14pm
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To GTS or not to GTS
Im thinking about trading in my 2000 gt for a used gts. Do you think its worth it, or should i just stick with the celi i have and mod a gt? I got the gt for 8400 with 53k on it, it now has 58k and i reallllly am thinking about upgrading to the gts. If you think i should upgrade about how much would i have to save(with trade in or selling of the GT) to get a used 00-01 gts?

Re: To GTS or not to GTS [Re: applecelica86] #162471 Apr 22, 8:18pm Apr 22, 8:18pm
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if you can hop on a very good deal, go for it thumbsup

Re: To GTS or not to GTS [Re: celicarush] #162472 Apr 22, 8:21pm Apr 22, 8:21pm
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I would definately go for the GTS if you can find one with comparable mileage on it.

I've seen used GTS's from about $10,000 and up.
Check out http://www.autotrader.com .

Re: To GTS or not to GTS [Re: ArumnDark] #162473 Apr 22, 8:29pm Apr 22, 8:29pm
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Re: To GTS or not to GTS [Re: ragingpaseo] #162474 Apr 22, 8:32pm Apr 22, 8:32pm
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If you can afford a GTS with less mileage, go for it.

When you buy a new car, it's always a good rule of thumb to buy one that will last longer than what you currently have. If you can only afford a GTS with 75k miles, don't do it.


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Re: To GTS or not to GTS [Re: RevMonster] #162475 Apr 22, 8:50pm Apr 22, 8:50pm
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Re: To GTS or not to GTS [Re: celicarush] #162476 Apr 23, 12:39pm Apr 23, 12:39pm
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Originally Posted by celicarush
if you can hop on a very good deal, go for it thumbsup

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