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    Lightbulb 2014 WRX Premium WR Blue

    I just bought 2014 WRX couple week ago but it had 340 miles already and i don't really like it, my original i want to get 2014 Honda Accord EX 6 SPM.
    I trade my 2010 Honda Civic SI for WRX. I talk to the dealer for "Unwinding a Deal" but is not possible, they told me that i can sell the car and get the car i want but i will be in negative which i don't want. Event if trade it in i still be in negative.

    Anybody have a 2014 Honda Accord EX 6 SPM straight trade for 2014 WRX Premium with short throw shifter WR Blue?

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    What don't you like about it? Lol and what does an Accord do better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris410 View Post
    sorry but I have to...is this a joke? If not, you should post on a Honda forum as it may offer you a better chance of finding a trade.

    Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris410 View Post
    sorry but I have to...is this a joke? If not, you should post on a Honda forum as it may offer you a better chance of finding a trade.

    Good luck!
    Is not a joke duke, i own WRX and this is wrx forum so i posted here, if i own a Honda i wouldn't be here.
    I know this may not be possible but i posted anyway, don't ask question why i don't like it, i have my reason, and you have your.

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    Shoulda kept the si. I came from an 08 si. That car was alot of fun with 320whp

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    i love my SI, i have an accident frame damage cost $9062 to fix trade in $11200, i original want an accord b/c i just have a 6 month old baby, but all my friends talk me out of getting honda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windrunner View Post
    don't ask question why i don't like it, i have my reason, and you have your.
    So, why don't you like it?
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    Hondas are great cars and last forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13WrXx View Post
    Hondas are great cars and last forever.
    While I can't argue with that, to each their own. an Accord EX V6 MSRP's 6k less than a base model WRX. But hey, GLWS!
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    Quote Originally Posted by windrunner View Post
    Anybody have a 2014 Honda Accord EX 6 SPM straight trade for 2014 WRX Premium with short throw shifter WR Blue?
    It's actually an interesting proposition, but how would it work?

    Invoice for a Premium hatch with STS is $27,879. A '14 Accord EX sedan with the 6-spd (no options) stickers for $25,670. I use the invoice for the Subie because I know I can get one for at or around that price. I haven't bought a new Accord since 1989, so I have no idea what sort of deals are out there.

    I am betting you didn't get your Subie for anything less than $27,500. If I were to go out today, buy an Accord at sticker (which I probably wouldn't have to, but let's just say that's the case) and bring it to you, how is the difference made up? In the best situation (lowest price for the Subie and highest price for the Accord), there's a difference of $1830 that I, as the original purchaser of the Accord, would not make up.

    Would you come to the swap with that difference? Just curious. Because , with that sort of a drop, I'd think you could simply sell your basically new WRX for $1800 under the price of a new one and you'd probably have a buyer.

    Keep in mind that with the latter scenario, you'll have to pay for the taxes.

    Your best bet might be to go to a Honda dealer and tell them you want to trade it in, especially if you're in a state that honors a tax reduction for such trade-ins.

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