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Jan 30, 1:05pm - #93642 
I got my car back!

I just got my car back yesterday night from Toyota. They made me pay for all the fluids that came to about $250.I have to say, it feels the same as it used to except when I'm parked my custom exhaust shakes and it hits my rear bumber and it sounds horrible. Also my engine kinda tiks really fast but it runs the same tongue. I'm thinkin of trading it in for a 2001 gts, I saw one with 34k for $14,000. I don't know what to do confused.
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Jan 30, 1:07pm - #93643 
idunnoonly you can decide on what to do.

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Jan 30, 1:16pm - #93644 
if you havent modded ur car then go for it. meaning if you worked on ur interior, and ur gonna sell it, its gonna be waste of time and money. good decision though going from gt to gts. better be manual boayyy

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Jan 30, 1:38pm - #93645 
Originally Posted by RicePowered
idunnoonly you can decide on what to do.


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Jan 30, 2:49pm - #93646 
this is a 03' you've there? what happened? sorry, i'm kind of new...if you're still paying for this GT, then you'll be paying more to go to after the 01' GTS. maybe take it to another dealer and spend some major cash fixing it up...it'll still be cheaper than paying $14,000...

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Jan 30, 3:44pm - #93647 
I blew my engine mis-shifting and I rather pay a little more to get a gts thumbsup.

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Jan 30, 8:06pm - #93648 
may the force be with you in deciding your car's fate rolleyes


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Jan 30, 9:01pm - #93649 
Ouch! iamstfu Ya, you're going to have to ultimately decide. If i had an opinion it would be, buy an automatic! Ha ha. I'm kiddin. If you have the money, i would look into picking up the GTS. The platform is a lil more stout.


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