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    How much can i sell my wrx for?

    I am also curious about my car. I have a 2011 limited WRX sedan with SPT exhaust, short throw shifter, tint, 3M clear protection on front, fenders, and base. It also only has 13,800 miles. I have it listed on www.bismanonline.com for $28,500 right now, but I would take less to get into a STI. Do you guys think that price is too high?
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    That's what I just paid for a 2013 premium edition with a ton of other options.
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    How much can i sell my wrx for?

    Yeah... I figured it might be too much. What do you think is a fair price for the car?
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    not sure but if you traded in you might get about 20-23 for it i would think i got 17 for an 08 wrx with 58k miles. not sure if that helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by twister8008 View Post
    I am also curious about my car. I have a 2011 limited WRX sedan with SPT exhaust, short throw shifter, tint, 3M clear protection on front, fenders, and base. It also only has 13,800 miles. I have it listed on BisManOnline - Free Classifieds for $28,500 right now, but I would take less to get into a STI. Do you guys think that price is too high?
    personally, yes. i think your price is obxoniously high. my reasoning?

    you can buy a brand new 2013 limited with 0 miles on it for ~$500 of that price

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    28K for a used wrx limited?


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    Re: How much can i sell my wrx for?

    Guys, the car has long been sold. He already has a new car & thread My new 2012 WRX STI
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvinball View Post
    Modifications decrease the value of a car, not increase.
    I sold my speed 6 for 17k.. I bought it for 14.9

    Modifications don't always decrease the value of a car.. You don't get your money back that you mod your car for is usually how it turns out.. However you can often times sell it for a little more if the mods are done right, if your car isn't raced, and its a lower mileage.


    But don't ever expect to get back what you put into a car.. But every single car I have sold that was modded sold for a higher value than a stock car.. Then again I take care of my cars I don't treat them like %$%$..

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    Just because someone bought it for that price doesn't mean that it's an appropriate value. Or does it? Market driven economy and all that, of course I consider my knowledge of economics to be limited. That said I would imagine that, for it to be appropriate, it would have to be the norm that people will pay more for a car that, according to general knowledge, is riskier and less reliable. I don't know that it is or isn't what typically happens, but I imagine and hope for the latter.

    That said, looks like you (dat8687) expend a decent amount of effort to make money selling parts and such, judging by your activity just on this site. So kudos for you for making money and getting buyers who agree with you. I'm just not convinced that your circumstances aren't the exception to the rule.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EndlessSea View Post
    You should replace all the "she" with "it" seeing as your car is an inanimate object(lol just a pet peeve of mine)

    But on a more serious note.
    1. Look up kbb private party. Check what good or fair says its worth. Subtract about $1000-$2000 off that since its modded.

    2. Realize your perfect condition car, isn't near as perfect or worth as much to someone else as it is to you.

    3. try to sell it for as much as possible. Realizing that you'll probably end up letting it go for far less than you think it's worth. (I've sold a lot of cars, it sucks but its generally what happens)
    So true for the 240sx crowd. They list their 18+ year old car with 200k+ miles with defects like faded paint etc. for over $5k. But when you check blue book or nada it says it's worth $157-$2500 at high retail. I had this problem with a guy that had a 95 240sx that needed the roof painted and had coilovers and poly bushings (mods add so much to the price evidently, nevermind the fact it needed paint), the nada and kbb value was like $2k. He wanted $5k and told me to look at what other 240's sell for. So I did, and their final sell price is usually significantly less than the $5k they all start out at.

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