Looking at an '18 GT350

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I'm looking at a 1 owner '18 GT350, 8,500 miles.

OASIS report shows "no recent repair history", is only a single page, does that sound right, I've never looked at an OASIS report before.

Aside from test drive/checking oil levels after any other things to look for, I didn't have any luck finding a PPI in the area.


Asking price is $55k.


Appreciate any feedback.





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That seems out of line for that money and that many miles. WIth that many miles and the years it should be in the 40k region. In 2018 I paid 48K OTD still under factory bumper to bumper with 5,600 miles on the clock. I would play hardball with them.
 

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I just paid 54k for a 2018 with 2100 miles, resonator delete, rockblox, steeda clutch spring, full ceramic coat and tint, driver/passenger oil catch cans, original owners pack, cover, window sticker, trickle charger, books, etc. Bought new in April of this year, so nearly a full warranty too. Price is good.
 

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That seems out of line for that money and that many miles. WIth that many miles and the years it should be in the 40k region. In 2018 I paid 48K OTD still under factory bumper to bumper with 5,600 miles on the clock. I would play hardball with them.
It's not 2018 anymore, it's 2021 and this cars are not produced anymore. Moreover, the prices on preowned cars jumped 30-40% up during pandemic due to shortage of new cars supply.
 

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It's not 2018 anymore, it's 2021 and this cars are not produced anymore. Moreover, the prices on preowned cars jumped 30-40% up during pandemic due to shortage of new cars supply.
I feel so blessed to have bought when I did. This past June I paid 5K under sticker for a new ‘19.
Different time for sure.
 

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I feel so blessed to have bought when I did. This past June I paid 5K under sticker for a new ‘19.
Different time for sure.
I was waiting for new M3 or M4. But after seeing the redesigned and GT350 test drive I went with GT350.
I purchased my 2019 in December 2019 for $55K with the sticker price of $65K.
 

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I was waiting for new M3 or M4. But after seeing the redesigned and GT350 test drive I went with GT350.
I purchased my 2019 in December 2019 for $55K with the sticker price of $65K.
New?
You win the best deal contest!
 

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Price is right... 2020 has seem to have bumped up prices to all cars, especially semi-collectibles and special editions like these... I sold my wife's Mini cooper s for 2G more than I bought it in 2018.
 

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I'm currently looking with a budget of $48-$50k. Pricing seems to be in line with everything I've been looking at for the last month. Considering I'm in the midwest and wouldn't be driving the car till April anyway will I come across better deals now or in the Spring when they'll be probably more available to me.
 

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I'm looking at a 1 owner '18 GT350, 8,500 miles.

OASIS report shows "no recent repair history", is only a single page, does that sound right, I've never looked at an OASIS report before.

Aside from test drive/checking oil levels after any other things to look for, I didn't have any luck finding a PPI in the area.


Asking price is $55k.


Appreciate any feedback.
Please, check on CarGurus. There are tons of options for less money and fewer miles on it.
Don't go with the first option and if you have to go to another state, go for it, don't be lazy.
Stay away from RAV vehicles
I have seen GT350R for $60K... check it out.
Good luck!
 

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I'm not familiar with "RAV vehicles", could you explain? Thanks
I don't know either... maybe he forgot the "4" and he was talking about this:

RAV4.PNG


This response is 100% non-sense, any similarity to truth or fact is purely coincidental.
 

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