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Old 05-02-2011, 03:01 PM   #1
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need quick opinion on price

local porsche dealer has a 03 boxster s,grey,25kmiles,heated seats,cruise,18"wheels,surround sound,onboardcomputer(no nav),4 michelin at 17,000mi.with alignment,battery 1 yr old,15k service,oil changes,one trouble spot that I could see was in 08 and 09 airbag light went on without an indication of what was replaced if anything.top looks good. dealer was asking $26,995!!...I offerred him $23,000.if he accepts that is that a fair price? thanks. ps-it also has the bixenon lights,wheel caps,mats...
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Old 05-02-2011, 04:52 PM   #2
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Just my view...but at 23k that sounds like a good buy for low mileage Box 'S' 03. Do you have a link so we can check it out...promise we won't steal it If you don't mind going higher mileage you can get below 20k easy.
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I couldn't find it listed on cars.com or autotrader...I happened to go by the dealer..its not on their website either
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You don't say whether its a manual or tip. Either way, seems overpriced at $27K. At that price, you should get a 2004-2005 "S". Decent deal at $23K, don't pay over $24,500.

There are tons of Boxsters for sale so there is always another better deal right around the corner if you have a little patience.
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Old 05-03-2011, 04:10 AM   #5
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You don't say whether its a manual or tip. Either way, seems overpriced at $27K. At that price, you should get a 2004-2005 "S". Decent deal at $23K, don't pay over $24,500.

There are tons of Boxsters for sale so there is always another better deal right around the corner if you have a little patience.

Go Check out 05 and newer for comparison.
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