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Old 03-27-2019, 12:06 AM
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Old 03-27-2019, 01:22 PM
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paid 3,500 for my 2002 TL-S 3.2 At think i got a good deal all paper work was with her even the radio code was written down in the book by the mechanic who worked on her last she was in Florida.
I can trace her back from last owner to the original dealership. only parts i have had to purchase was a alternator an a power steering pump also need to know about this blue bolt tranny.
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paid 3,500 for my 2002 TL-S 3.2 At think i got a good deal all paper work was with her even the radio code was written down in the book by the mechanic who worked on her last she was in Florida.
I can trace her back from last owner to the original dealership. only parts i have had to purchase was a alternator an a power steering pump also need to know about this blue bolt tranny.
sorry but you post on the wrong forum as the yours is 2G TL. however I mean no way of being smart a$$, but the Type S in 3g TL is hand down the best looking TL ever built.
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Old 03-29-2019, 08:21 PM
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Old 04-06-2019, 06:36 PM
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I got the 07 TL Type S that I am selling for $5300, 186k miles. I think that price is fair and reasonable.
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Old 04-06-2019, 11:12 PM
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I got the 07 TL Type S that I am selling for $5300, 186k miles. I think that price is fair and reasonable.

Do you want a Kia?
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I got the 07 TL Type S that I am selling for $5300, 186k miles. I think that price is fair and reasonable.
It depends, assuming it is an automatic and really beat, then yes, the price is fair and reasonable. If the car is clean then the price is low.
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Crack pipe or crack pipe?
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Yikes, that car needs to be shot and put out if its misery.
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I don't think a 3G could ever get 40% of that price...


Especially since it's more than it's original MSRP!
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Old 04-10-2019, 02:42 PM
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Nice, sell!

I am selling my 07 TLS 186k miles for $5,300. I think its a fair asking price, since the closest one near me in St. Louis was listed at $9k
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For what it's worth, I just talked to a coworker who sold his "08 type S 6 speed manual with 160k on the odometer for $7500. I thought that was a bit low, and whoever got it got a steal, considering my coworker is a bit older and took good care of it. I wish I woulda knew he was selling it before it was too late, I would have snagged it and sold my 06.
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Nice, sell!

I am selling my 07 TLS 186k miles for $5,300. I think its a fair asking price, since the closest one near me in St. Louis was listed at $9k
Manual or automatic?
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Old 04-10-2019, 07:18 PM
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Will be selling my 2007 TL-S, MT, 240 k miles original owner, meticulously maintained w all maintenance records Very clean w no blemishes inside or out. Every time I’m at the dealer the sales manager comes out to say he wants to buy it when I’m ready.
Will replacing in next year. What do you think I could get in a private sale?
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Did it live or travel in a salt state?
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Did it live or travel in a salt state?
garaged in Massachusetts
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Crack pipe or crack pipe?
this is the same sleezball member on here who sold me messed up tails for my base TL when I still had it,
fuck this chump
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If anyone wants a good laugh lol

https://cargur.us/tdRrS
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Not sure what the good laugh would be for. My 2006 6MT with 114,000 had a similar asking price two years ago and I ended up buying it for $10,000. Even though the car in this link is effectively three years older at time of sale, it only has 69,000 miles on the clock. Pretty good bet he gets close to ten-grand for the car.
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Originally Posted by Curious3GTL View Post
If anyone wants a good laugh lol

https://cargur.us/tdRrS
Did you even got a MT TL?
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Well... That's a nice Anthracite TL!


$13K is a bit high, however...
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Does anyone think doing the nexus 7 mod would add/subtract from a private sale price?
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What is a nexus 7 mod?
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Old 04-15-2019, 08:16 AM
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Originally Posted by horseshoez View Post
Not sure what the good laugh would be for. My 2006 6MT with 114,000 had a similar asking price two years ago and I ended up buying it for $10,000. Even though the car in this link is effectively three years older at time of sale, it only has 69,000 miles on the clock. Pretty good bet he gets close to ten-grand for the car.
I agree, it's a beautiful car, but 13K? No way. If I was a betting guy I would imagine he gets somewhere between 9-10k. Also, it doesn't show a timing belt on the carfax either. However, it's worth what someone is willing to pay, if someone is giving him that, good for him. I just don't see it happening.

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Did you even got a MT TL?
One showed up YESTERDAY. I am going to look this week, so wish me luck! The last two I looked at where in terrible shape and with my job I don't have time to put in the work you've done to your TL. One I drove started bucking whenever you were in first and the clutch was fully engaged, hopefully someone with the time fixes it and gets it road worthy again.
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Does anyone think doing the nexus 7 mod would add/subtract from a private sale price?
Subtract. As a buyer, I have no idea if you knew what you were doing and the quality of the work. Then when the tablet dies...WTF am I supposed to do then? I have been through too many used cars with user installed stereo systems and cringe when I see cables run under the trunk liners, power cables left dangling in the trunk live with bare copper exposed, or some real cheeseball taps/splices that just make for painful troubleshooting down the road.

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What is a nexus 7 mod?
Replace the stereo with a tablet.
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Does anyone think doing the nexus 7 mod would add/subtract from a private sale price?
Ultimately, i guess it'd depend on the buyer. Someone in the know would argue that (if done properly) this 'adds' value.
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If anyone wants a good laugh lol

https://cargur.us/tdRrS
Some data points for your pricing charts

Dealer obviously playing on rarity of MT but I bought a similar car 06, but more desirable black interior (IMHO) and ASPEC kit, 1 owner, all maintenance up to date plus he swapped out MT fluid with 10k miles less and for >$4000 less. Always hand washed.

I did also swoop in and pick up KBP TLS MT this year similar miles and for less than this car. Long story short prices all over map on these MT and like was said it will sell for whatever the buyer and seller can agree on.
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