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Old 14-11-2013, 10:06 PM
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From Redbook for a 06 CS9

Private Price Guide $15,700 - $18,000
* Trade In Price Guide $12,300 - $14,600
* Average Km 110,000 - 180,000
* Price When New $44,490*

Just for reference my 06 WRX is under 75 000 kms and was less than 56 000 when I bought/
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I didn't say low, I said lower haha.

126 vs my current 195

But I will take all of what you guys have said into account when I go back in on Saturday. Whether that turns out to be ammunition for price cuts or a reason to just walk away will be seen. I appreciate the help
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Old 14-11-2013, 10:08 PM
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Whatever you do don't get suckered into buying the "extended warranty" they're worth less than the paper they're printed on... Just do a search on here and you'll see why.

Imo you should sell privately then just buy an STi for a few grand more than what the CS9 is going for.
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I did!

I don't think 21k will net a good low km unmodified one though

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How has no one else commented on how over priced it is???

$21k will net you an STi
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Taken on board mate. The only issue I have with selling privately is that I do really need to have a car. It gets me to work for a start, I used to hitch a ride with my dad while he went to his job but now we work entirely different hours so that doesn't work. I could organise something for a week, but going weeks/months without a car while I'm inbetween selling mine and finding something worthy of replacing it will be difficult.

In my mind screwing a half decent deal on a car that I like will be a good compromise. I definitely won't be taking $6k for my car and signing up for $21k on this one though.
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Upgrading from one GD series WRX to another....what's the point.

If you aren't interested in an STI, i'd say there are better options out there for that price range, considering you already own a WRX.

EDIT: Is it an option to buy another car first and then sell yours after? That's what i've always done...
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I guess we will see the result of the decision on Saturday. Good luck!
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Look 84000 on the clock!
2006 Subaru Impreza S WRX MY06 All Wheel Drive

EDIT: HAHAHAHA omg read the description below --NO MODS ROFLx10
Immaculate condition inside and out. Always cleaned and garaged. Full Subaru service history and log book. Only 1 owner from new. Very Low kilometers under 83,000 kms.No engine mods . Original spare key and handbook in pouch. WRX floor mats and dash mat. New Front discs and brakes front and rear done at 73,880 kms.

Upgrades: STI rear wing ( original spoiler available ). Dark window tint. Professionally lowered by Subaru dealer with King springs ( original springs available ). 3" TBE stainless steel. Verso dyno tune done by Allstar garage in Malaga. K&N Panel Filter. Turbo Boost gauge. Concealed tow bar with lead and plug inside boot.

EDITx2: still a better buy than the one you're looking at, and no money to spend extra, tuned by ALLStar that's what you want!
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Upgrading from one GD series WRX to another....what's the point.

If you aren't interested in an STI, i'd say there are better options out there for that price range, considering you already own a WRX.

EDIT: Is it an option to buy another car first and then sell yours after? That's what i've always done...
Yeah I see what you're saying.

This time next year that might be possible, I really don't want to take out a loan for it when I don't need to. Which might just be the way to do this, but in the next 12 months I will have a bit of work needing done to the 02 so I'll need to weigh up the costs lost vs gained. 200k km service for example
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Dont buy that car. Get an sti. Ill give you $6k for yours btw.
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