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Oct 30, 9:42am - #313681 
Pricing

I know that a car isn't the same price as you bought it the moment you drive it off the lot, but I was wondering if I could trade in a new Auto Celica GTS '04 without paying anything or much for an Manual GTS '04 or '05 since auto's cost more than manuals and are most sought after because of their ease of use. Also, what's the diffrence between a '04 and an '05?

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Oct 30, 10:05am - #313682 
no, i dont think you would be able to do that, but it wont hurt to try.

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Oct 30, 11:04am - #313683 
difference between the 04 and 05 is... there is no difference. and you would def get screwed tryin to trade a new car back in. grin

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Oct 30, 5:19pm - #313684 
Depreciation on a nww car right outta the dealer's lot is thousands of dollars. This will more than exceed the difference in price between your car and ANY new Celi. Yes, automatics in general cost $1K more than a standard with the SAME ENGINE. The GTS is not the SAME ENGINE. 40hp gain = $4K difference. Yer plan will not work on this planet...sorry bro rolleyes


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Oct 30, 5:27pm - #313685 
You'll never be able to trade a used car in for a new car without any cost. You could probably trade in your 04 auto for an 03 manual free of cost though, if you work it right.


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Oct 30, 6:06pm - #313686 
Originally Posted by 2003cbgts
difference between the 04 and 05 is... there is no difference. and you would def get screwed tryin to trade a new car back in. grin

Yeah but what are my options, lol

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Oct 30, 6:08pm - #313687 
You might, MIGHT, get $19k trade-in for an 04 with less than 5k miles.


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Oct 31, 8:51pm - #313688 
Originally Posted by RevMonster
You might, MIGHT, get $19k trade-in for an 04 with less than 5k miles.

you really think so? i guess i better trade it in fast, better get a job to pay for it too, lol

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