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Old 10-01-2011, 10:07 AM   #31
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Oh I get it...so she wanted to sell it for what the lien amount was. Negative equity is a hard pill to swallow.
And it happens on American cars oh so often. My friend is having the same issue with his gf's CTS
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Old 10-01-2011, 10:55 AM   #32
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Oh I get it...so she wanted to sell it for what the lien amount was. Negative equity is a hard pill to swallow.
Glad you get it. perhaps some of the other immature comments see your side.
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Old 10-01-2011, 10:56 AM   #33
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EDIT - Winter tires will be sold separately.

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Old 10-05-2011, 10:54 PM   #34
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Glad you get it. perhaps some of the other immature comments see your side.
It still does not make sense listing the car over $4000 market value lol.. seriously??

If you buy a brand new car for $25000 before you drive it home the car is worth less than what you paid for it, lets say its worth $20000 after leaving the dealer, if you have to sell the car in a month or two with you still owing $24000 on it, would you list it at $26000? when brand new is $25000?

Stop making excuses, list the car right and live with it..

My GF have a 2004 expedition eddie bauer 5.4L, 4x4, fully loaded under 150k km on it, she'll be lucky to get $7500 tarde in and not much more if sold privately..
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Old 10-05-2011, 11:42 PM   #35
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Reminds me of leasing an American product. I knew the buy back was quite high, which works great for the lease amount - especially at 0.9%

At the end of the lease, the buy back was $12K. The car was worth $8K I thought.

Returned the car, tracked it through the auction.

Saw it at another dealer for $6990. So, you know they bought the car for about $4K or less.
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Old 10-06-2011, 08:15 AM   #36
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Reminds me of leasing an American product. I knew the buy back was quite high, which works great for the lease amount - especially at 0.9%

At the end of the lease, the buy back was $12K. The car was worth $8K I thought.

Returned the car, tracked it through the auction.

Saw it at another dealer for $6990. So, you know they bought the car for about $4K or less.
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Old 10-06-2011, 11:25 AM   #37
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It still does not make sense listing the car over $4000 market value lol.. seriously??

If you buy a brand new car for $25000 before you drive it home the car is worth less than what you paid for it, lets say its worth $20000 after leaving the dealer, if you have to sell the car in a month or two with you still owing $24000 on it, would you list it at $26000? when brand new is $25000?

Stop making excuses, list the car right and live with it..

My GF have a 2004 expedition eddie bauer 5.4L, 4x4, fully loaded under 150k km on it, she'll be lucky to get $7500 tarde in and not much more if sold privately..
of course the stealership gives you less for trade in - they have to dump it off somewhere fast. You and I both know you would get more privately, but face the headache of scheduling in the time to view the vehicle

I wouldn't even consider the value of a vehicle decreasing once you drive it off. Its already lost value when you sign thre papers...

Right now, yes the vehicle may be over "market" value, but when the snow falls that " market" value increases. Again, this is just numbers of the values ones are selling for, not their real value. I do realize Jeeps are not highliy looked after for resale, but this is why its OBO - within reason.
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Old 10-06-2011, 07:02 PM   #38
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My offer is $3,000. Low balling big time. But just letting you know if you need it gone, Ill buy it for that price and get it off your hands.

This is why you never buy big cars in Toronto brand new. Even at $3000 Im getting ripped off. The thing will drink like $5K in gas per year.
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Old 10-06-2011, 10:14 PM   #39
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^OMG! I am sick of hearing about people bitching about fuel consumption!! Like seriously? Brokes ass, take a bus! Get a bike, buy a diesel pinto or a 3cyl fiesta. BUT PLEASE STFU!!!!

I remember when I was selling my RR, I would get all these clowns say, "I love your truck, I want it. What's the fuel consumption?? sorry I cant afford that" Its not a ****ing pinto, you KNOW it comers with a V8 you ****ing dumbass. You wanna drive in style, you ****ing pay for it you cock suckers!!!!

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^^

Thanks man! thanks a lot. I hear ya. I've never encounted more immature, whinney ass pu$$ies in my life.

I had it posted on Jeepkings, but a lot of those clowns are hardcore CJ or TJ'ers.
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Hope you sell it soon, I need something for the winter but I think I might be going diesel instead because of the high mileage I'll be doing...
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Old 10-07-2011, 08:46 PM   #42
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^^ get a tdi ... i know the mk4 vws are garbage, but from what ive seen ( my friends tdi ) they are bullet proof. 450k/380k still going strong.


btw sproule905, u try kijiji? craigslist?
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^OMG! I am sick of hearing about people bitching about fuel consumption!! Like seriously? Brokes ass, take a bus! Get a bike, buy a diesel pinto or a 3cyl fiesta. BUT PLEASE STFU!!!!

I remember when I was selling my RR, I would get all these clowns say, "I love your truck, I want it. What's the fuel consumption?? sorry I cant afford that" Its not a ****ing pinto, you KNOW it comers with a V8 you ****ing dumbass. You wanna drive in style, you ****ing pay for it you cock suckers!!!!

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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.
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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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