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Old 12-22-18, 05:21 PM
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Originally Posted by ams30gts View Post
Just bought this a few weeks ago.

2013 CT200H - Comfort Package, Premium Package, Navigation.
35K Miles L/Certified
Paid $20,000 + regular fees


How many more miles/years on your L certified warranty. I want to pick one up for my gf in the future.

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Old 12-26-18, 11:26 AM
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Originally Posted by E46CT View Post
Car looks good but i agree i dislike the previous owner's mods too.

If you like the slightly lowered look you can get some F Sport springs (you need to purchase springs may as well get Lexus ones) and yeah get the stock muffler back.
Yeah the plan is to buy stock shocks and get fsport springs, but need to sell these coilovers first

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Surprised someone actually makes a muffler for this car and engine.
Right!?

Originally Posted by yeldogt View Post
$10.5k ..........That's a good price .. from a Lexus dealer? or private's party ?
Bought from a private party...one of those right place right time sort of deals.
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Old 12-28-18, 06:54 PM
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Offered 18,500 for a base 27k miles.
good, bad, average?
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Old 12-31-18, 10:47 AM
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Originally Posted by dserban View Post
Offered 18,500 for a base 27k miles.
good, bad, average?

average to good if it's a 2015 or up.
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Old 01-04-19, 09:08 PM
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2017 with 13K miles atomic silver

1. Eugene OR
2. Base model
3. Premium package for navigation, navigation system, power moonroof, illuminated door sills, cargo net/cargo mat/ wheel locks/rear bumper appliqué/key glove
4. Listed for $23K as L/Cert. Repeatedly discounted $4K total since Oct '18.
5. Paid $21600 without L/Cert as I am 2 1/2 hrs. from closest dealer
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Old 02-06-19, 04:54 PM
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For those buying older models, do you run into any problems like the hybrid battery going out? Or has this car been pretty reliable after all these years? Cause I know it would probably cost around 4k to get a new one for the car.
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Old 02-07-19, 08:33 AM
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the battery is for all intents and purposes lifetime.

if it ever fails, rebuilding it is dirt cheap. this 4-5k myth needs to end.

shops do it for 1k or less. there's so much competition out there.

less than a transmission =)
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Old 02-09-19, 10:13 AM
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1. Los Angeles
2. Base
3. Pretty much no options, wheel locks lol
4. $33k
5. $20.7k

2017, 12k miles, CPO.
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Old 02-11-19, 08:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Pnuge88 View Post
For those buying older models, do you run into any problems like the hybrid battery going out? Or has this car been pretty reliable after all these years? Cause I know it would probably cost around 4k to get a new one for the car.

You definitely need to factor this in to the cost as a possibility. I don't buy the lifetime battery thing, but the gas savings pays off a new battery fairly quickly for me. They are also possible to DIY so it's not really the same as an engine or transmission going out. Buying a used car is a risk no matter what you get.
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Old 02-18-19, 05:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Pnuge88 View Post
For those buying older models, do you run into any problems like the hybrid battery going out? Or has this car been pretty reliable after all these years? Cause I know it would probably cost around 4k to get a new one for the car.
The batteries are robust ... one can always be unlucky. We have many Gen 3 Prius 2011's (three) now over 220k .. no failure. Our 2015 CT's only have 40k (2) ...... cars used in my business.

My area has many Prius running around and my independent has only done one replacement -- a gen 2. My neighbor also did her gen 2 (2007) with around 100k. Both did full replacements with batteries sourced from Toyota .. so w/ labor it's a 3k proposition. There are various rebuilds available -- starting from 1k. It depends on the location -- we have so many in the mid-atlantic that the battery supply is high from wrecks. Some switch out for a used. We have a local rebuilder that opens them up -- removing bad cells and swapping used replacements. They have various qualities and warranties available depending on the cell quality. Remember in many states the battery is 10 years or 150k miles .. so that's going to get you past any manufacturing defect.

Our Prius have required almost nothing -- except oil changes. The brakes last forever -- very easy on tires. The drivetrain has no real failure point. The item that must be done is the EGR valve and cooler.
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Old 02-21-19, 02:45 PM
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can you please stop spamming the forum.
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Originally Posted by E46CT View Post
the battery is for all intents and purposes lifetime.

if it ever fails, rebuilding it is dirt cheap. this 4-5k myth needs to end.

shops do it for 1k or less. there's so much competition out there.

less than a transmission =)
so transmissions are an issue with these cars?
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What are some ways you all negotiated down the price? What prices did you start in your mind? I’ve been following the market for the last three months and find it really interesting that most people are getting 20-25% off Kbb suggested retail. Some around 15% off and a few at 30% off. Any tips or ticks appreciated. How hard is it to get them to drop the Lcert? I calculated it to be worth about $1500. Definitely not worth it to me with a low mile car and being an hour + from any dealer. Also how do they react to our the door prices with taxes included?
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Old 04-27-19, 05:08 PM
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When we decided to buy I only wanted silver. Closest Lexus dealer is 2.5 hrs away. They had a nice silver 2016 with 25K and most options asking $24K. They were willing to drop $1600 for the Lcert but then only another $200. They wouldn't meet my $500 off offer so we walked over $300. I got online and found a silver 2017 with 13K with most options asking $23K. Called them and they were willing to drop $1600 for the Lcert. Gave them a down payment over the phone and after returning home drove 5 hours the other direction to pick it up. Love it!
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Old 04-28-19, 07:48 AM
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Nice! A silver premium F Sport? Nav/10 speaker sound? What about the seats, were they premium as well?
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