Discussion in 'Prospective Buyers - Question and Answer Forum' started by Zerocide, Sep 30, 2017.
Here they show 21-23k for that car I guess different markets different prices.
Guess I'll try to shoot for 21.
Only had mine a week. I love it. They really seem to hold their value. So much to learn about settings, etc. Hope you get the one you want at a deal you can live with. But really look at the car's history. One that I looked at was bought back for a Lemon Law issue. I was not buying someone else's problem
my fav color that good ol' PCP. bruh try to got one made after 2015 you'll like those better.
I had a 2010 R/T 6 speed, it was a great car! Just off the top of my head it seems like that price is a tad high for a 2010, but maybe that's what they're going for now, not sure. Seems like closer to $19-20K would be more reasonable. Like the others said, check the history of the car really well too.
A few comments.
Someone said the stripes were deleted but they are clearly there in the pix?
Those don't look like the original, factory wheels but are very close. I, too, had a 2010 RT Classic - loved that car!
$23k seems a little high but it is a car dealer. I sold mine in 2014 for $21 it it had higher mileage.
The higher price might be for the PCP color -very sought after by some people.
You can't go wrong with that car. My '10 was probably the best car I've ever owned as far as reliability and low maintenance. The car always ran perfect, had almost zero mechanical problems, and still got 30 mpg on the highway! Good luck!
So I was looking and I saw this interesting SRT for sell.
I'm curious to know what other ppls inputs are, I diggin' the paint job and want the car seats to match the ext. color of the vehicle.
Absolutely! I don't know about the installation cost, mine already had it done.
Oh, that is SWEET!!
Yeah I'm really loving the interior of the car.
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