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#57 of 94 Re: Good deal...but maybe not... [mdsd]
Mar 03, 2007 (12:43 am)
My sons and I have 4 tlc. Cant wait for the 2008. Break in milage around 100,000 only competes in endurance with the everready bunny, they keep going and going. Gave up on other cars 20 years ago.
#58 of 94 Re: Good deal...but maybe not... [mdsd]
Mar 05, 2007 (3:21 pm)
Fair enough... I guess that is what makes the world a wonderful place....what one sees as great value another finds merely adequate.
#59 of 94 1994 land cruiser
Mar 09, 2007 (4:02 pm)
I bought a 1994 LC 174,995 on it. (Paid 6,200.00). We bought for our son, but guess who drives it and took it over, me. Parked my 2006 honda ridgeline and got my son the small vw turbo thing he wanted. I'm a 42 year old woman that just loves her new rig! Wow I'll never buy new again and I'm already looking for a newer LC to replace my ridgeline!
#60 of 94 Buying 2003 TLC
Apr 19, 2007 (8:19 pm)
I'm considering a used TLC. Loaded 2003 (Nav, rear DVD) with 87,000 miles. Mint condition (although some of the Nav failure stories scare me). Asking $29,877. Seems a bit high...any thoughts?
#61 of 94 Trading in my 04 LC
Jun 25, 2007 (4:52 pm)
Much to my dismay I have to part with my 2004 TLC. Have to lift my wife into the front seat as she is a quadriplegic and am finding the lift to be getting a bit more than I feel comfortable with. Went to the local Lexus/Toyota dealership as we found the GX470 worked well for us as the suspension does drop down and the lift is doable. When I sat down to consumate the deal the dealer offered me 33k for my vehicle which has 27K miles, every option available, and is in showroom condition. Needless to say, in my most diplomatic tone of voice, told him that his offer*&G^%DOYGT^...was not acceptable!
Can anyone provide me with a what they feel my vehicle may be worth. Thanks!!!!!
#63 of 94 Re: Trading in my 04 LC [hawkmt]
Jun 26, 2007 (5:38 am)
I checked around a bit on the internet, and the dealer's offer of $33K for your low miles 2004 LC is not out of line. About the max I found for your vehicle is $40K and the lowest at $29K. Mind you, these are "asking prices" prior to any deal. I think you should try to sell the LC yourself in order to get the top price.
#64 of 94 Re: Trading in my 04 LC [hawkmt]
Jun 26, 2007 (10:13 am)
Generally Lexus does not do a lot of "dealing". You might get more for it somewhere else but "get more" is, as you know, relative to the vehicle you are buying.
I attempted to trade in my 06 TLC with 4K miles for an 07 LX-470 and was offered mid 40's!!!!!...15K less than I had paid but 4k miles before...needless to say I did not do it and Lexus never called back to sweeten the deal...they make the offer and then let you decide.
#65 of 94 Re: Good deal...but maybe not... [pjc1]
Jun 26, 2007 (4:23 pm)
I disagree about no heat in the third row! There are three vents in the ceiling for the third row. Look on e-bay and you will see. Even though the LC does not have all of those features, most people know the LC for dependability and reliability. period...
#66 of 94 Re: Good deal...but maybe not... [sales2010]
Jun 28, 2007 (7:31 am)
You are right historical dependability and reliability are great...but for $60K...I dunno but that seems like a lot of money to be sure the thing starts everyday.
The reality is that consumers expect more for this price. Perhaps that is why this vehicle will be completely redesigned in 2009 (2008 for the LX)....
maybe I am not so far off in my observations?