I will be selling my Mopar Stage 3 equiped SRT-4, NOT trading. No dealer would ever pay me anything like what it's worth. And of course I do realize you never get back what you put in, but the dealer would allow nothing at all for the fact that it's all Mopar mods.
I'm trading in a 1998 Dodge Durango, with 84000 miles
It's been a great SUV, and my wife really doesn't want to see it go. :sad:
She tried to talk me into a new Durango, but I think DCX made a mistake when they went bigger and put in on a RAM chassis. They should have left it on a Dakota Chassis.
But I've been driving a truck of somekind sense '92, and I'm ready for a for a fast car again. :wink:
Can't wait for my Daytona to show up at the dealer ! ! ! ! ! ! :clap:
I traded in a 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT. I got the Charger because my wife and I are expecting our first child in a couple of weeks and she wanted me to get a four-door car so we wouldn't have to shove a car seat into the back seat of the Eclipse.
The first one, 04 jeep liberty. The second one (yes posibly two in the family, this one for me) Sell my 93 cobra on ebay starting today, and then my 04 srt-4 modded. If it all goes well I'll do it and have a new Daytona next to my wifes SXT!
P.S. any of you interested in a imaculate 93 cobra?
I'm gonna be selling my 1994 v6 Buick LeSabre with 110k miles... it was my college car. I think i'll be better off selling it myself seeing as any car dealer would give practically nothing for it. Then again I might keep it and rebuild the engine just so i could learn a little more about cars, I still have a little more than a year before I plan on getting a Charger so I have plenty of time to think about it.
I will be trading in or selling a 2002 Volvo S60 2.4T. The car was originally my wife's, but I wound up with it after our twins were born last year. We needed a larger vehicle to haul everyone around in, so I traded in my 2000 Pontiac Bonneville SSEi for a 2004 Acura MDX. The Volvo is a nice car, but I prefer something larger and faster. The Charger R/T should fit the bill nicely.
I gave the dealer my 2003 mustang GT and was glad to do so. That thing was just to small and not fast enough for me. I got $18,000 for it but that is because it only had 19,000 miles and new tires. I dont think they were very happy about getting another mustang. Just think about it drive around anywere and look at your local used car dealer and you will see at least 3 used mustangs on the lot.
Had a 97 Infiniti QX4 with about 165K kms on it. That things drove and looked awesome. Black with leather, sunroof, bushguard?, but lacked power and was a gas guzzler. Brought it in for regular service and was told that I need about C$3500 of work like timing belt, struts etc etc. So I decided to sell it. And I sold it to the mechanic who worked on it! For a couple of thousand more than what the dealer would give me. I figured I ended up saving close to 5 grand.
Now I drive the midnight blue SXT with sunroof, leather and 18" wheels. Definitely a step up!