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    Which is the best deal?

    Looking for some opinions, I am leaning toward the 2015 to be honest.

    2015 Limited WRX (automatic, i know but I don't mind I have a wife that can't drive a stick and honestly wouldn't trust her to do so even if she did know how)

    https://www.truecar.com/used-cars-fo...15-subaru-wrx/


    2013 WRX (Manual)

    https://www.kbb.com/cars-for-sale/44...=kbbrank&nr=25

    Any thoughts as to which one would be the best deal? I will be putting about $4500 down on either one I get.

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    I would get the 2015. It's a little newer, still has warranty left and in general is just a bit nicer inside than the 2013.

    Basically find the one that has the best maintenance history and no modification

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    Quote Originally Posted by XJman View Post
    I would get the 2015. It's a little newer, still has warranty left and in general is just a bit nicer inside than the 2013.

    Basically find the one that has the best maintenance history and no modification

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    Thanks man, I appreciate the input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XJman View Post
    I would get the 2015. It's a little newer, still has warranty left and in general is just a bit nicer inside than the 2013.

    Basically find the one that has the best maintenance history and no modification

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    XJ, looks as though all the service records for the 2013 are with it and it still has some warranty remaining as well, i might go check it out and see if i can haggle the price down, then make my decision. it's at least worth a look imo

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    i also found this one with 6,900 miles, about 2.5 hours away from me though.

    https://www.truecar.com/used-cars-fo...16-subaru-wrx/

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    First off, I think its apples and oranges comparing a stick to a CVT. The driving experience is totally different in my opinion. That said, the '13 asking price seem high. CarGurus.com is a good site to help judge price verse book value.

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    Can I go with Choice D? Me . . . I would check in with the dealers in your area -- and perhaps send a message to the Ramsey Subaru connection found on this site to see what a new, ordered WRX would cost. To be honest at the price point you are looking at I think you may find ordering a new WRX may be a better option . . . plus, if you need financing, typically you can get better loan rates and terms.

    I suspect you may find that depending on what options you absolutely must have, ordering a brand new WRX might not be as expensive as you may think and then you have the benefit of a) having a warranty and b) knowing from Day 1 how the car was driven, maintained, etc.

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    I agree with Firefighterjake. Subarus hold their value very well and, because of the appetite of their owners to mod, I wouldn't buy a used one.

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