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trade in #259879 Aug 25, 8:39pm Aug 25, 8:39pm
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How much would a 2001 GTS with a 6-spd in excellent condition with 67,000 miles on it get for a trade in? Or for Sale? This coming from a second owner. I want to get a WRX.

Re: trade in [Re: jyboygenius] #259880 Aug 25, 10:31pm Aug 25, 10:31pm
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Originally Posted by jyboygenius
How much would a 2001 GTS with a 6-spd in excellent condition with 67,000 miles on it get for a trade in? Or for Sale? This coming from a second owner. I want to get a WRX.

kbb says :
trade in $10200
for sale $12400
ohboy the dealer gonna try to sell it in $14600!! wtf

source: Kelley Blue Book

Re: trade in [Re: morris] #259881 Aug 26, 12:39am Aug 26, 12:39am
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if trade in says 10200, the dealers not even gonna give you 9500$. do urself a favor and sell it privately. sell it privately for 11-12,000 and make the buyer happy, its better than dealer ripping you off and then ripping off the new buyer

Re: trade in [Re: stefanoc] #259882 Aug 26, 6:03am Aug 26, 6:03am
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yup, the dealers will not give you $10200, that's for sure. private sale is the best way to go...

Re: trade in [Re: ragingpaseo] #259883 Aug 26, 11:44am Aug 26, 11:44am
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Yah, they have to make their profit on your trade-in as well as the vehicle you are purchasing. Celi's have very poor trade in value compared to other Toyota vehicles.

Re: trade in [Re: Haulin_A_Doo] #259884 Aug 26, 2:31pm Aug 26, 2:31pm
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Hmmm...good idea. Most of the Celi's in the classifieds are still hot around 16 or 17. I paid 12.5 and it's been good to me so far. I just figured AWD is safer and better than FWD, even if it is a Yota.


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