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#30 of 79 Good Price for 2003
Apr 29, 2003 (12:39 pm)
Go to Carmax.com and look at their prices. I think you should be able to get an '04 for this price. Chrysler has a Bigger rebate on the '03 models. I just bought (from a Dealer) a Used '02 with 16,500 mi - LXI, Leather, ABS, Vinyl top - $17,500 plus TTL.
Good Luck with the purchase.
#31 of 79 Good Price for 2003 by cmeng
Apr 29, 2003 (7:18 pm)
Thanks cmeng. We did go to Carmax but they did not have the model in the color that my husband wanted. We actually paid $23,800+ttt, which came out to $26,000 drive off (sales tax is 7%). The dealer actually beat Carmax on similar models (in different colors) due to the transportation fee charged by Carmax.
#32 of 79 Good Price for 2003
Apr 30, 2003 (1:03 pm)
I don't really know what a GOOD price is. However, the best thing about CarMax is that give you a good benchmark for comparison. If you can get a better deal - and it seems that you should be able to beat Carmax - and also get the vehicle you want - congratulations on yoour new ride. It is a "top down day" here.
when asking about prices - it is almost impossible to try to compare prices when the quotes include taxes and liscenses.
Have fun with the car.
May 28, 2003 (2:37 pm)
Just bought a 2002 Sebring convertible, LXi with 17500 miles. Green with tan top and interior. 2.7 engine, auto, ABS. Paid $16.6K. Love it so far.
#34 of 79 Another newbee by topdownsebring
Jun 02, 2003 (10:04 am)
Sounds like a great deal to me. Especially if with the leather interior. I expect you will have that much fun with the car in the next few months.
#35 of 79 '01 - '02 Limited Convrt shopping
Nov 07, 2004 (6:27 pm)
I want to find a low mileage, garage-kept, warm weather,(no snow / roadsalt), Limited Sebring ragtop, for myself, in celebration of my early retirement from the L.A. film industry. Any sightings or suggestions, beyond the usual websites?
#36 of 79 2004 Stratus SE Sedan
Dec 09, 2004 (9:04 am)
I know its not a Chrysler but there is no Dodge Stratus thread. Bought it as a lease return with 11,000, most options (keyless, power drivers seat, tilt, cruise, cd, no alloy wheels or Sun roof). Has the 7/70 power train warranty and the balance of the 3/36K bumper to bumper. Car was in excellent condition, no dings or scratches. Paid $10,500 then got a $1000 trade out of a 1992 Grand Marquis that was on its last legs - cash difference $9,500. Dealer cried about not making money but he knew I'd go down the street and buy a Taurus if he couldn't meet the price. Love the car, finish problems in the paint (not slick when hand washed)? Wax might take care of it.
Mar 21, 2005 (10:56 am)
This is my 2nd Sebring. Love these cars. Plan to upgrade, trade or do some serious things to this one. If I can't find a righteous deal I will probably sell this one outright. Post it here, list it with AutoTrader, all of the above? $8.5 or 9k should be a good asking range? Your thoughts would be helpful.
#38 of 79 Re: 2000 JXI [texasred]
by kirstie_h HOST
Mar 21, 2005 (11:30 am)
Since most members in the Pricing discussions are talking about new vehicles, head on over to the Real-World Trade-In Values discussion and post all the details about your Sebring. Several sales professionals hang out there and can help you determine what kind of $$ you should expect for your car.
One word of advice - we don't allow buying/selling vehicles in these forums, so posting it here isn't an option. Good luck!
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#39 of 79 Re: 03 pricing, or 02 new [candyman85233]
May 02, 2005 (9:03 pm)
Hi, I am looking at a 2004 GTC CONVERTIBLE IN MAY 2005. It is still brand new with 3 miles on it. It is bright silver, V6, with cloth interior. They are having a sell on it and want $20,000. Is this a good deal? Gosh, someone please answer this question.