A great thread Chop as it helped Fla Tom buy one. I wonder how many have bought their cars from this thread & the coupe one. I hope they stick around & share on the site.
Thanks Easyryderca, appreciate you letting me know. :thumbs:A great thread Chop as it helped Fla Tom buy one. I wonder how many have bought their cars from this thread & the coupe one. I hope they stick around & share on the site.
#005, 2,400 Miles
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I have come to the conclusion that probably except for coupes, the max number of those wanting a solstice at some point has maximized and now on the decline as it seems I read more and more cars under 20,000 miles here listed for sale under 15k. it seems when I started looking for mine, that under 20,000 could still get over 15k or that could just be selective memory but I know I did not get one under 20,000 miles because there was a premium and I know that premium was considerably over 15k or i'd have one with 17,500 miles and not 34,00008, 2.4, Auto, Sly, 17,500 Miles, $12,500, Winchester, MA
I think the biggest factor is age. Four years ago when you got your Solstice the average age was around 8. Now it is 12. Unless they become classics and age stops mattering, a 12-year-old car is going to sell for less than an 8-year-old car.
It’s amazing to me how many are still out there with less than 5,000 miles. I know this car lends itself to be a summer cruiser for some people but wow. If I didn’t love mine so much and have put so many personal touches on it I’d consider one of these super low mileage cars (especially the GXP’s).