The problem is that once you've had to spend that much, usually there's another couple thousand you must spend to just get the care "sales worthy"...
In this case, if I am understanding faifai correctly, you can do a trade-in to a dealer "as-is". As long as you know what your trade-in is worth and how much your repairs would cost you, you can figure out how much to ask for from the dealer. It obviously isnt the best-case scenario, but its certainly an option if you dont feel like dealing with the repair + time involved itself.
Plus it adds an element of fun to the deal
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For maintenance I use my Lexus Pursuits Rewards from my Lexus Visa. I don't carry a balance so no interest. Have not paid a dime for service for five years. Also have almost a thousand dollars in rewards I'll use on my GS when it finally gets here.
2013 GS Obsidian/Flaxen, RWD LUX, LKA, HUD, APCS, NAV, Park Assist, Cold weather pkg, ML, F-Sport wheels and tires and F-Sport upper & lower grills, F-Sport spoiler
Very encouraging comments. Thank you for sharing your experience. Did you do AutoTrader or CraigsList or Newspaper? How did you advertise it?
The camaro was listed on auto trader.com and it sold in exactly 5 weeks. I had lots of people come look at it. The Camry I had for just 14 months before I sold it and I used craigslist. It sold in 2 weeks.
2010 Lexus RX350 FWD
Obsidian w/ Ebony Leather Interior
Has Premium, Comfort, and Nav packages, Factory Chrome 19" Sport Wheels, Tow Prep Package, Intuitive Park Assist, WeatherTech Digital Floor Liners, Llumar Window Tint 30% Front/ Limo Rear, V-LED Conversion Complete For Interior & Exterior Lights, HID Fog Lights, Custom License Plate, SES Chrome Door Handle Covers
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