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Old 09-17-2022, 01:44 AM   #204 (permalink)
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I expanded my search to 300 miles and found 6 cars between $6,500 and $7,000

The one with the highest mileage has 195,278 miles.

It also has the lowest price, but why pay $6,500 for one with 195k when you can buy one with 142,416 miles for $7,000?

It's also in Tucson.

Enterprise doesn't show any rentals.

The only other option is Uhaul.

They would charge $213 and the site says it is 222 miles.

This says it would get up to 12 MPG.

That works out to 18.5 gallons

Gas is $3.70 in Tucson: $68.45.

All that I can find is "Tax, title, registration, $499 dealer doc fee, market adjustments, and dealer installed options extra."

This says the sales tax on $7,000 is $541.24.

With the rental and gas it would total $7,821.69

So, claim my car is worth $7,000?!

Seven thousand dollars?!

Settle for six?!
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