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    Currently drive a 2005 Corolla LE, and have since 2006. Car has 140k miles and I want an upgrade. Found a 2016 Corolla S Plus, 6-speed with 23k miles listed as $13,999 from an independent dealer. The car is super clean, no accidents, one owner, moonroof, and dealership says it was likely a former lease. It's beautiful. Anyway, they said they would buy my old car only if it could serve them to resell it, but my car, despite running great (as expected from that generation of Corolla), has had a small fender bender (doesn't affect performance), and has the Check Engine light on. Check Engine light I was told by my mechanic is from the transmission clutch solenoid, and is an expensive fix so I never did it. Plus the tire icon light is on despite my tires being fine. Mechanic said that's an electrical and dealership repair but I never did it either. Doesnt seem worth it. The car drives excellent like I said, and will likely last for many years to come if kept it. Anyway, I think I'll just sell my current car privately but am wondering HOW MUCH I should sell it for given its issues I stated? Plus how much should I try to negotiate for the new Corolla? Do you think I can get them down to $11,999? I'm planning on paying straight up CASH for the new car and the guy at the dealership told me a lot of people have looked at it but people don't want it because no one wants a manual transmission anymore. I on the other hand DO want one. Any advice? I'm planning on taking a trip to see the car this Saturday. It's a 64 mile trip to the dealer so I really don't want to take my old car there bc I feel like they won't want to buy it. Anyway, thanks a lot guys!
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    Hi there! My name is Alex and I am 17 years young, and I just signed up for this forum. I am looking for a new car to replace my 2000 Honda Civic EX. The only real problem here is that my insurance will go sky high if I get any vehicle classified as a truck, sports car, or a jeep. My price range is right at 7k, and I need something that looks good. I don't want a stupidly fast car, the only kind of speed I really go for is when the red light turns green and I book it. So something quick, friendly to work on, and fun to drive. Anybody got any ideas?
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    The muffler's only job is to muffle the sound of the engine as it is amplified through the exhaust pipe. That said, you should be able to remove the muffler without any loss of power or major issues.
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    Hi guys, I'm a new member. I want to buy a BMW M4 via https://incacar.com/all/cars/bmw/m4/ but I´m a bit worried about that, just if they are reliable. Is there someone who knows them, or bought a car from them? What do you think about that? Thanks for answers.
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    Alex, I am also 17 years old I am using Honda civic 2019 modal now I would like you to suggest something before you take any decision make sure you check DSRleasing this website is amazing and have thousands of different cars
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    There are a lot of good quality classified websites to buy used cars. Based on my experience, I would suggest buying a used car on Motoruncle website in India for many good reasons like you get a variety of brands with options like color/price range/City wise/Fuel type etc. Just go through the motoruncle and you can find them all with the On-road price.
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    Did you find a car yet? I have a car or two that are around your budget. Also I buy cars - so you can show me your honda, we can make a deal on it and you can use the money towards your new vehicle. How does that sound? :D
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    Hmm Cobalt Coupe maybe? As long as it's not an SS you'll be fine.
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    I can't get an MR2, it counts as a sports car and my insurance won't let me get any kind of sports car, truck, or jeep. Same for the Celica
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    I've got a Cobalt Coupe, I like it alot, maybe that would interest you. Perhaps also a Toyota Celica or a Toyota MR2 would interest you also. All of these cars would be fairly fun to drive if they're a 5 speed manual, I think they look decent, and they're not too hard or expensive to work on.
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    "IT'S NOT ABOUT THE CAR YOU DRIVE, IT'S ABOUT THE WAY YOU DRIVE IT." Source
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    Thanks for sharing this! However, car accidents can be prevented if you take care of your car properly which includes attending to your scheduled car maintenance. Hope this helps!
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