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Old 06-14-2018, 12:26 PM
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How much should i pay for an 08/07 TL Type S

Hey everyone

It has been quite some time .I've been looking to purchase an 07/08 TLS around 100k miles. How much should I pay? I've seen none in good shape under $13.7k plus all dealer fees . NADA is 11425.

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You should pay 13.7K
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You should pay 13.7K
Despite the NADA being much lower? Or is it better to get a higher mileage 2012 TL SH-AWD?
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Automatic or Manual? If automatic, I would imagine anywhere between $11,000 and $13,000 would be fair for a clean 100,000 mile TL-S (assuming the Timing Belt/Water Pump service has already been performed), add $1,000 to $2,000 if the car you're looking at has the 6MT.

Edit: FWIW, the NADA is irrelevant; the car will sell for however much the market will bear.
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Automatic or Manual? If automatic, I would imagine anywhere between $11,000 and $13,000 would be fair for a clean 100,000 mile TL-S (assuming the Timing Belt/Water Pump service has already been performed), add $1,000 to $2,000 if the car you're looking at has the 6MT.

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Alright, I see how this works. So the car is up from a dealer, I do not think they know if the timing belt was done. I may go for the 08 with 61k for 15k instead.
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Alright, I see how this works. So the car is up from a dealer, I do not think they know if the timing belt was done. I may go for the 08 with 61k for 15k instead.
Automatic or Manual transmission?
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Automatic or Manual transmission?
Auto.I'm not considering a manual .
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Hmmm, even with only 61,000 miles on the car, $15,000 sounds pretty steep.
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Maybe I should just go for the regular TL
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$38,500 plus delivery fee. or $34.50...
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Well what's your budget? Screw NADA, if you can't afford 13K then maybe lower expectations or buy a higher mileage car that meets your budget. If 11K is all you want to spend, then maybe you can find a 120-130K mileage version of the car.
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Bought this. Got a greeaaaat deal

2015 Honda Accord exL v6 with 24k miles. Has all but navigation. 19k out the door.
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Originally Posted by thoiboi View Post
Well what's your budget? Screw NADA, if you can't afford 13K then maybe lower expectations or buy a higher mileage car that meets your budget. If 11K is all you want to spend, then maybe you can find a 120-130K mileage version of the car.
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