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Chrysler PT Cruiser, Sedan, Wagon
#37 of 68 Re: 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser GT [saabski]
Aug 18, 2007 (9:37 am)
When looking at leftovers I usually compare my offer to used prices. I bought a '06 Limited on 28Dec06 for $15K (sticker was $19,600). At the time that was pretty comparable to a used '06 with 10K.
So I'd check blue book on your GT assuming 10K to 20K miles and bargain from there. With the '06's getting the new interior and body changes (over the '05's) I wouldn't hesitate, '08's probably won't be much different.
#38 of 68 Re: Just got a used PT [burosky] Us too!
Sep 06, 2007 (11:02 pm)
Hi, in May 2007 we bought a 2003, red, pt touring ed. The rest of the details are pretty much the same, except for the mileage. Our PT had 55k miles on it, so you got the better deal there. We got 2 new tires in our car deal.
We searched for a long time to get this car at our price.
We paid $9105.00.
So I think you got a pretty good deal.
From a chatty one.
#40 of 68 Is this quote reasonable for PT Cruiser 07 (New) ?
Sep 13, 2007 (11:00 pm)
I am interested in buying PT Cruiser 07, and I am searching for the reasonable price that I need to pay. Actually, I got a quote from a dealer, and I am wondering if this price is reasonable. Would you please help me to figure out that this price is okay?
I am looking for PT Cruiser Basic with ABS and Auto. No additional options are needed. The dealer suggested this price following:
" I have found a new 07' PT in a color called Opal Metallic Clear Coat. I also found the same vehicle in Marine Blue Pearl (almost like an oceanic blue), as well as one in Inferno Red Pearl Coat. Chrysler charges $150 extra for both the opal and red colors. The marine blue has no extra charge. I ran numbers on the opal color, and here is what the General Manager has authorized me to offer you: MSRP (sticker price), is $17,535. Our sale price to you including Chrysler rebates, is $14,700!"
Is this price okay? (I am in Madison, WI.)
#41 of 68 Re: Is this quote reasonable for PT Cruiser 07 (New) ? [sammy2007]
Sep 14, 2007 (5:51 am)
Of course, each local market varies, but my 2006 Marine Blue PT cost me $11,200.00 in November of 2006. (I am in Southern California). My car is a base model with A/T and sattelite radio (no ABS). Can't recall the "sticker price" but is was a little over $17K.
You might find a better price later in the year.
#42 of 68 2006 PT GT Convertible Great Deal
Nov 29, 2007 (6:11 pm)
I just purchased a new left over 2006 Black GT Convertible with Lifetime Power Train Warranty, 5 speed, heated seats, and 18" wheels for only $15,888.00. It had 111 miles on it and had just been detailed. I guess nobody else wanted it and the dealer got desperate to sell. I bought it at the advertised price on their website. I'm very happy with it so far except for a lot of torque steer when flooring it. I'm planning on getting a Freedom Design Strut Brace to see if that helps.
#43 of 68 Re: 2006 PT GT Convertible Great Deal [duettom]
Dec 03, 2007 (8:17 am)
That's a GREAT deal! Congratulations!
#44 of 68 Re: 2006 PT GT Convertible Great Deal [ttbuyer]
Dec 05, 2007 (12:07 am)
Thanks. I guess I'll use all of the money I saved to buy all of that premium gas I'll need.
#45 of 68 Re: 2006 PT GT Convertible Great Deal [duettom]
Dec 05, 2007 (7:38 pm)
Remember, it will still run on regular fuel. The owner's manual even says this. My wife usually always puts regular gas in her GT.
#46 of 68 Re: 2006 PT GT Convertible Great Deal [tedebear]
Dec 05, 2007 (10:39 pm)
Thanks tedebear, I did read in the owners manual that regular grade gas will work. I plan to try using it after the engine has a chance to break in and loosen up. Do you get any detonation? Is your mph worse than it was when using premium?