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Old 10-08-2011, 12:33 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by sirex View Post
Lol. I never said I cant afford it. I said given the gas prices, an offer of $3,000 is fair lol.

And the whole "its almost winter " logic doesn't exist in Toronto.
^ That was probably my mistake. Outside of the GTA, that is a factor I've seen over the last 10 years, but with the recent gas prices, SUV's are a tough sell now.

Especially the ones that consume a lot more gas. - Think Nissan SUV's.

This little SUV, with the 3.7, does consume more gas than its class size.

You have to think, if it hasn't sold in 5 months, there is something grossly wrong. Calling potential buyers from jeepkings clowns.. right.

If you are looking for a Liberty, there are some clean low mileage (under 100K) 2005's around $9K. One Owner, Accident free. That's a good buy.

Almost bought a 2000 Jaguar S-Type, V8, 140K for $2K. Very clean car, no accidents. 1 Owner. Needed nothing for Safety too. My buddy needed it more.. Perfect to run it through the winter, and at the first sign of major issues, drive it to the scrap yard.

Will try to pick up an SUV(4x4) or F150 (4X4) at auction shortly..
... Still have snows for this Liberty...
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