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Old 02-08-2021, 03:11 PM   #551
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Around here, a clean title 2013 BRZ without too many miles goes for $15k still.

I don't see the prices dropping even with the new version because its not Turbo and people still use these for competition.

Oh, and a 2013 Forester or Outback goes for less then a 2013 BRZ.
I guess I was thinking about it from the perspective of the Forester or Outback would be the daily, and the BRZ the fun weekender, so you want the better features on that.

I daily the BRZ (almost 3 years now). the wife hates riding in it though, especially since she got the Forester, she feels it's too low to the ground. so I only get to drive the BRZ when I am commuting.
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Old 02-08-2021, 07:13 PM   #552
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Daily driver is a different story, but the BRZ/FRS/86 has turned into one of the few cars that can be used every day getting good mileage and fitting plenty of cargo while still being a real 2 door sports car. That combined with the fact they are so commonly used for track and autocross use, they are really holding value well.

Miata's are holding value well lately too, hard to find NC's under $10k let alone ND's. But they are less likely to be dailies or "only" cars.
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Old 02-12-2021, 07:25 AM   #553
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Around here, a clean title 2013 BRZ without too many miles goes for $15k still.

I don't see the prices dropping even with the new version because its not Turbo and people still use these for competition.

Oh, and a 2013 Forester or Outback goes for less then a 2013 BRZ.
Yeah I got $17k for my tastefully modded '13 Limited with 26k miles when I sold it privately in '18. They're tough to find in my area, it sold in about a week or two. If I get another one though it'll definitely be a '22+...I'm all set with the torque dip, although I haven't driven a '17+ yet.
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Old 02-12-2021, 03:45 PM   #554
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a used BRZ is about $10,000 less than a new BRZ. even low mileage. especially with a new body coming out, the price of a used one will drop precipitously next year.

a used Forester or Outback is maybe $2,000 less than a new Forester or Outback, the price is close enough that you end up paying the same for the used car thanks to the higher interest rates they charge for used.

so the 3rd option is the best option: used BRZ, and new Forester, or Outback.
Wow, yeah, cargurus seems to think a 3 year old BRZ with 10k miles should be only $22k.

And I've no interested in that one after seeing what the improvements on the new one.
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