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    Wrx Pricing?

    What is the cheapest 04-05 model wrx i can get ? auto or manuel don't matter and with around 30k miles on it. Is it possible to get one with $10-14K?

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    Not a chance. They retain their value well. Dealerships are asking 21K for slightly used when new ones are around 24K. Buy a new one, or get an 02 for around 14K, if you can find one.
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    well man, the first thing you need to know is cars that are only a year old and are around 30,000 miles will barely reached under 20k. subaru's have good resale value, but there is no car out there that will will lose 50% of its original value in just 6-18 months of use. not even dodge.

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    well...regular mitsubishi lancers do...sticker price new $16,900..trade value 13 months and 28k later only got $7500 for her..and that was because I use to work there, we use to only give peopel 6 for them in good shape
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    you can prob find a salvage title one for that price, its not worth it in the end though..

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyderpaint2004
    well man, the first thing you need to know is cars that are only a year old and are around 30,000 miles will barely reached under 20k. subaru's have good resale value, but there is no car out there that will will lose 50% of its original value in just 6-18 months of use. not even dodge.
    land rovers can.
    wagon...thats right

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashumo
    land rovers can.

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