worth changing my bullit 2019 for a newer with less mileage

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it would be good to get your thoughts...
my current bullit is 18k mileage and i bought it had a few chipstones on the bonnet and the rear bumper diffuser had a couple of dents in the plastic - annoyingly.
its a car i want to keep, but considering selling my current model for a bullet with less mileage 5k miles....and it will be in great condition

i could get my current model repaired which will cost me probably less than 1500£ but the mileage would be the difference i guess

i would have bought the car brand new if they didnt sell out quickly...

let me know your thoughts....?
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I would keep what you have and just repair the damage. The reason being is, you could spend more money to upgrade to a newer Bullitt with lower mileage today and then tomorrow, have a rock or something hit and damage it. As for the mileage, 18K isn’t a lot. Do you have a second car to daily drive? If so, park the Bullitt and try not to drive it as much for a bit.
 
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it would be good to get your thoughts...
my current bullit is 18k mileage and i bought it had a few chipstones on the bonnet and the rear bumper diffuser had a couple of dents in the plastic - annoyingly.
its a car i want to keep, but considering selling my current model for a bullet with less mileage 5k miles....and it will be in great condition

i could get my current model repaired which will cost me probably less than 1500£ but the mileage would be the difference i guess

i would have bought the car brand new if they didnt sell out quickly...

let me know your thoughts....?
Fix it. It’s yours.
 

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nope…not worth it.
 

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Changing because of a few km on the odometer? I would not do that.
Maybe the new one got mistreated a lot in that time?
Even swapping for a Mach1 for the tremec isn´t really a sinsible idea (unless you spend a lot of time on the track)
 

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Doesn’t make sense to trade/sell your Bullitt for just . . . the same exact car such as another Bullitt…

If you were asking us if selling your Bullitt for say a GT350, GT350R, GT500 or the new Mach 1, then yes that type of “swap” would make more sense.
 
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thanks guys decided to keep its not worth it for an extra 3-4k for the same car
 

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thanks guys decided to keep its not worth it for an extra 3-4k for the same car
Good decision. Now, if you want to make your current Bullitt look/feel differently, spend that $3K-$4K on new mods.
 

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Good decision. Now, if you want to make your current Bullitt look/feel differently, spend that $3K-$4K on new mods.
Just have your repairs done by a good reputable shop and don't cheap out. You'll be happy. Good decision.
 
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