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#1 2016-11-15 21:34:48

Syd786
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Registered: 2016-11-15
User Number: 38793
Posts: 1

What's a fair price for a 05 Aero Auto with 67k miles?

Hey all...

Wondering if someone could offer some insight on a fair selling price.  I'm looking to sell in a few months, but may keep her through the winter (Michigan). 

I'm the original owner and the car is in good shape outside of some cosmetic issues -- door dings/dents and a little bumper damage.
2005 Aero Auto with cold package
Low miles - 67k
Timing belt was replaced this year, synthetic oil changes and other maintenance are done through a Subaru dealer.

KBB seems low and if I trade her in, I know the dealer will low ball me.
Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!

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#2 2016-11-16 15:43:20

gatesrex91
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Registered: 2016-08-25
User Number: 37832
Posts: 21

Re: What's a fair price for a 05 Aero Auto with 67k miles?

Just to give you an idea of what I was willing to pay for a similar car:

I bought my 2005 Aero (Desert Silver Metallic) 5-speed about 3-4 months ago with 66k on it at the time from the original owner for $6.5k

The one I bought had the cold package and the premium package and had not yet had the timing belt done when I bought it.

The body was nearly perfect with one small mark on the corner of the rear bumper and some minor fading on the rear wing as the only flaws.

I know it's only worth what someone is willing to pay and I was willing to pay $6.5k for mine but I figured I would post this to try to give you an idea of where to start since they are similar cars with similar miles on them as well.

Good luck with your sale!

EDIT:  I would definitely sell it privately if possible.  You will get nothing from a dealer compared to what someone may be willing to pay in a private sale.

Last edited by gatesrex91 (2016-11-16 15:46:02)


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