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SAFD3160 04-24-2013 09:40 PM

2010 JK test drive
 
Going to test drive a 2010 jku rubicon hard top only 15k miles. Interior and exterior are both spotless. Sale price of 32k... Yikes. Reasonable but can that be negotiated lower?

kik 04-24-2013 09:50 PM

I would go to KBB.com and get an idea regarding price. If there are expensive mods then allow for that also. If it's stock then I would say it's priced high. But, whatever the market will bear.

jkjeeper06 04-24-2013 10:26 PM

Very high unless its modded and loaded. If you don't need a rubicon, you can buy a new JKU for that price and just buy rubicon wheels(if that's what you really like about the rubicon)

SAFD3160 04-24-2013 10:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jkjeeper06 (Post 3679669)
Very high unless its modded and loaded. If you don't need a rubicon, you can buy a new JKU for that price and just buy rubicon wheels(if that's what you really like about the rubicon)

I like the rubicon because it has everything I want. Other than suspension, it's got power everything, nice sound system, navigation. There is a new 2012 jk 2 door sport base model for 22g and I could just do the mods myself for probably less money

Duckquackers 04-25-2013 08:16 AM

SAFD, I was out the door with my 13 JKU for 33 and she is loaded out so might want to shop a little more.

panthermark 04-25-2013 08:54 AM

With resale value being so high on these things, it is almost always better to order/buy new (unless you find a screaming deal).

Remember, there was a big interior upgrade in 2011....so a 2013 loaded Sport S JKU might have a lot of what you need (minus nav and the Rubi stuff).


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