1998 TT Supra, Black w/ tan interior, everything factory exc. aftermarket intake, turbo timer, and aftermarket stereo head unit, 75,000 miles, dealer's asking price is 37,900. Planning on trading in a vehicle towards it, but wanted your guy's opinion too.
From what i've seen latly in order to get $38k you would have to change the 75k miles to under 35k miles. But I haven't been looking for a long time so thats just my 0.02. What does KBB.com say the value is?
I would sugget getting a 93-96 6spd with 67mm turbo, supporting mods, tuned nicely, rims, and in good condition. It will save you about $20k in modifications..... Then again year and mileage don't have as much weight as performance and looks, to me. If it's been taken care of and in good condition it will last! If you have $37k to spend you can do a hell of a-lot better then stock with 75,000 miles!!! Trust me! I know your prolly excited and want a supra but wait and find one that already done, you will be much happier!!! Also I just searched for like 2 minutes imagine what will pop up with a little more research!
Well, if you want a stock low mileage supra from a dealer, thats a pretty good deal. I would suggest offering them 32k, they'll prolly take it. Especially if you tell them you will buy it today. If you look online you will find better deals. It does envolve a-lot of time and you selling your current car to someone as well, but in turn could result in a better outcome. I dislike dealerships though, I always feel they try to rip me off, I'm also a cheap ass. I always want more power as well, if I had 35K to spend, I'd get it modded, because it cost a-lot to do it yourself! Goodluck, with whatever you purchase!!! Here's some other sites to browse... www.supratraderonline.com www.suprastore.com www.speedforsale.com www.ebay.com
i just baught my black on black 93 TT auto with over 125k miles for 25,000 US (28,000 canadian). maybe my pricing will help u make a decision, but personally if it's not a 6spd that ur trying to buy, i find the price higher than it should be! but then again, the car is coming from a dealer...
maybe you can bargain with them like someone already stated? im sure if u show up with some cash they will drop their mouths and agree to a lower price, try it out you have nothing to lose!! and good luck man
That is pretty high for almost stock car, I would trade your vehicle in on it and take the rest in cash to make 30K and take the car home. That car is in the same condition as mine was virtually bone stock and comparable miles, I gave 27K for mine.