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    WRX Resale value?

    OK since my dad is helping me out in getting a subaru WRX. He told me to ask yall how the resale value is for a WRX. He said If I were to sell my wrx in like 4 years what the resale would be like. Thank you.
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    kbb.com?

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    Go to www.kbb.com and check the private resale value and trade-in value (if you chose to trade it in for a vehicle at a dealership).

    WRX's hold their value!!! Corporate Subaru sometimes sends out letters saying they guarantee x amount for trading in your Subaru at a local dealership. Get a Subie and your Dad will be VERY pleased with the resale value after 4 years! That is, if you don't modify it, wreck it, or don't take care of it. (Yes, mods do decrease the value of the vehicle... as I personally found out. Unless you find the right buyer.)

    Neither of you will be disappointed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 04WhtWRX
    Go to www.kbb.com and check the private resale value and trade-in value (if you chose to trade it in for a vehicle at a dealership).

    WRX's hold their value!!! Corporate Subaru sometimes sends out letters saying they guarantee x amount for trading in your Subaru at a local dealership. Get a Subie and your Dad will be VERY pleased with the resale value after 4 years! That is, if you don't modify it, wreck it, or don't take care of it. (Yes, mods do decrease the value of the vehicle... as I personally found out. Unless you find the right buyer.)

    Neither of you will be disappointed!
    +1

    resale value is even better now that consumer reports put subaru above honda/toyota for reliability.

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