Originally Posted by MACDRIVE
$10,000 is ridiculous for that Bonneville.
Originally Posted by BonneMeMN
I wouldn't spend 2500 more for the Ei over Black GTP.
See, that'* the way I feel... But it books for $12k and every other SSEi with about the same mileage and about the same year is over $10k. There'* a twin to this car closer to Boston but they want $11k for it. As for chewing them down, I got an e-mail from the salesman. Right now the car is on hold. Another interested buyer put money on it to hold the car, but they're really interested in a BMW if they can get the loan. Trying to chew them down after this is gonna be tough. I told the salesman to let me know if they buy the BMW.
Between the 3, I like the SSEi the best, but the GTP'* make for better financial sense.
Originally Posted by fuelforthesoul1999
I encourage you to test drive the brown one too
I might do that this weekend. I ran a Carfax on it and it was in an accident in 03 when it had 35K on it. It was hit on the left front. To me this doesn't rule it out but it does make me more cautious. As for the black one, I wish it had the mileage the brown one has. Both the SSEi and the black GTP have checked out through Carfax.
Thanks for the info on Lending Tree Jack. I might still apply and see where it goes. Credit unions are a good idea. My wife has access to Markem'* credit union.
What do you guys think about traveling? My dad thinks I should head south, as far as NYC, NJ, area. There'* definitely less salt used in the city and metro areas usually mean more cars to choose from. It'* just a haul to look at a car that might not pan out.
2001 SSEi (L67Heaven) - Swooped, Pullied, Cleared, and Tinted
2004 Grand Prix GTP Comp G (Wife'* ride) - K&N Filter