Should i buy this car at this price. ?
im looking into buying this car and have no idea how much all the extra add on to the car below is the add he place. The car also has an r title.. kbb say the reatail is 1825 and they are selling it for 3295 i really dont know what all the extras add on so if you could let me know how much that will add to the car.. and your thoughts if i should buy it..... thanks 1997 Chevy Cavalier. It is an automatic with ~97,100 miles on it. It has a Honda Ralleye Red paint job. It is in very good condition, I am only selling it because I just bought a new truck. It shows normal signs of wear, but there have never been any engine or transmission problems, or any problems for that matter. The car has projector headlights, euro tail lights, headlight covers, neon interior lights, strobe lights in bumper, hood scoop, custom painted dash and center console (red and silver), it has 15" American Racing rims, and 20% tint all around except rear window. The MAIN PART of the car is the Stereo System: I have 2 12"w3v2 JL Audio Subwoofers in a Powerwedge JL Audio box (quality of a sealed box with the bass of a ported box), Alpine CDA-9827 CD Player, a Crossfire VR602 2-channel amp and VR-352 4-channel amp, 5.25" JL Audio Door Speakers, and Pioneer 6x9 Rear Deck Speakers. This system won 2nd place at a show with 147.2dB (louder than a jet engine). I also have a set of winter wheels and tires which I'll add for an extra $100. The wheels only have one season under them.
Asked By: cory k - 9/19/2008
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One of the keys to pricing a car is to effectively rate the car as the price will vary widely based on condition and mileage. Mileage is pretty obvious. You should base condition on a Carfax report (which would also help catch any odometer fraud) and your own review. Before you buy your final step should be an... More
Answered By: Cargeek - 9/20/2008
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No......don't buy it
Answered By: Kevin - 9/19/2008
Your best bet is to take it to your mechanic and have him look over it. Sometimes the best looking cars have the worst problems. It's always good to have a professional take a look under the hood before you spend your money on a lemon.
Answered By: Bella - 9/19/2008
the only thing good about this car is the audio system whic prolly cost about as much as the car. i would not pay more than 2600 for it yes it took second place for a audio contest but that does not mean it drives good and will last. if you are serious about buying it go to it and take a test drive. if you dont care... More
Answered By: jeryy y - 9/19/2008
Guess what? All that stuff you hung on that car won't return 20% of what you paid for it. It's tailored just for you, and may not mean jack to a potential buyer. It's what my friends call "ego-bling." Put lipstick on a Cavalier, and the best you'll get is a Cavalier with lipstick. To be brutal, when that car dies 40,... More
Answered By: odzookers - 9/19/2008
sounds like a toy to me ..do you need all that hype..he could easily have more money in the stereo and speakers than that but do you really want all that.....w/ the price of gas , i'd let this car slid..next!
Answered By: kare34235 - 9/19/2008
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