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    Established Member Two Rings
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    Value of Stock B5 S4?

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    I'm trying to decide what a reasonable price is for a good condition 2002 S4 w/ about 100,000 miles on it. KBB, Edmunds, etc seem to value it around 4k. It's listed for $7,500. I know they're pretty rare, so I'm just wondering what the real market value is. It is black, 6 MT, clean Carfax, service records on hand.

    I had a 2000 Silver back in 2010 and loved it. Looking for a solid winter car and fun daily driver as a second car to my new Tacoma.

    Thanks!

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    Veteran Member Three Rings VR6Bomber's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by nchiarel View Post
    I'm trying to decide what a reasonable price is for a good condition 2002 S4 w/ about 100,000 miles on it. KBB, Edmunds, etc seem to value it around 4k. It's listed for $7,500. I know they're pretty rare, so I'm just wondering what the real market value is. It is black, 6 MT, clean Carfax, service records on hand.
    Depends on color and interior. Cactus, Casa and maybe laser(?) will command a premium.

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    Established Member Two Rings
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    Black exterior, black interior. Just looking for people's advice based on what they see these sell for. I paid $9,000 for a stock 65k mile silver MT back in 2009.

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    Veteran Member Three Rings VR6Bomber's Avatar
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    How about some pictures?
    Interior condition? Seat bolster condition,
    Dead pixels on dash?
    Belt service? Maintainance history?
    Updated 1&2 trans collars?
    Theres a lot of factors to consider
    Last edited by VR6Bomber; 01-07-2019 at 07:59 AM.

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    Established Member Two Rings
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    Sorry, I don't have pictures. Just looking for a reasonable range to expect to pay for these types of cars in general these days around 100,000 miles, completely stock assuming no work is needed. I would have my local Audi mechanic who knows these inside and out look it over before buying it.

    Thanks!

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    Veteran Member Four Rings
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    If itís bone stock and not a rare
    color combo youíll expect asking
    prices around $5k. Thatís if in mint
    shape. If itís an avant & 6 speed +
    rare color it could go for $10k+.

    Bone stock sedan with common
    color combo and auto with 100k
    $2k-$3k. If 6 speed $3k-$5k.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings TighTT's Avatar
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    4500 for black/black with that mileage....if its clean.
    50% Blood
    50% Sweat
    50% Forced Induction
    Thats 150% motherf*cker.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings MacDaddy's Avatar
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    Id make the tacoma my winter car, if i was forced to drive a toyota that is.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings
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    ^^ Do all the Tacomaís come
    standard with 4x4 now? Youíd
    need that in Canada no?

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    Veteran Member Four Rings FlyboyS4's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by nchiarel View Post
    I'm trying to decide what a reasonable price is for a good condition 2002 S4 w/ about 100,000 miles on it. KBB, Edmunds, etc seem to value it around 4k. It's listed for $7,500. I know they're pretty rare, so I'm just wondering what the real market value is. It is black, 6 MT, clean Carfax, service records on hand.

    I had a 2000 Silver back in 2010 and loved it. Looking for a solid winter car and fun daily driver as a second car to my new Tacoma.

    Thanks!
    I'd consider 4-5k a reasonable price if there is nothing exceptional about the car.
    Stock -> APR Stg1/2 -> GIAC Stg2 -> K04 -> 605 -> F4H -> K03 -> K04 -> F21MF -> TTE550 -> K04 -> TC Stg1 -> FT F21v3
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    Veteran Member Four Rings MacDaddy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by landfill View Post
    ^^ Do all the Tacomaís come
    standard with 4x4 now? Youíd
    need that in Canada no?
    Dont know, but having snow tires is more important than 4x4, drove a 318 wih LSD and snow tires for two winters, never got stuck

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    Veteran Member Four Rings
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    ^^^Shows you how much I know
    about the snow. Iíve been in South
    Florida my whole life.

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    Registered Member One Ring
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    Really depends on color and other trim options on it. Cactus Green, Hibiscus Red, Casablanca white, and Nogaro Blue will always fetch higher resale than say, Ingot Silver.

    That being said, any B5 with about 100k on it and water pump/timing done, 7500 is a very good price. Fair for both seller and buyer



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