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Need to know the market rate of a B4 TT (1999) with multi function steering. fuel is 4-5? and are there any good RSK's for sale? :unsure:

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Need to know the market rate of a B4 TT (1999) with multi function steering. fuel is 4-5? and are there any good RSK's for sale? :unsure:

Ha, Ha....... I saw you slowing down to have a look at the Black one this morning just as I was examining it from the bi-lane....:)

There was one on sale about 3 months back (99 model without multifunction) for 2.4 million

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There seems to be quite a few for sale. The recent Sunday papers had atleast 2 listed each week. Considering fuel prices a very few will be interested in these cars. So it's a buyers market, even though some owners qoute around 3 Mil.

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The one on Thimbirigasyaya is it??! ....looks like I wasn't the only one from the AL lot who found himself taking a momentary diversion to poke around that car! :D

99-2000 B4 TT's are available from 2.3 - 2.6 Million

However, there are a handful of cars that were bought brand-new though S*nok and as such have 301- numbers.

I'm told that one such car (an RSK in fact), which appeared a while back in the AL classifieds is up for sale again....

These brand-new imports sell for cheaper ~ 2.0-2.3 Million

loads of B4's on the market at the moment, so take some time and check them all out carefully before settling for one, as some tend to have been bashed about - but being solidly built Jap cars, tend to hide signs of abuse... :mellow:

I was busy trying to convince the guys at sale to exchange with the Z!!!!! :lol:

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The one on Thimbirigasyaya is it??! ....looks like I wasn't the only one from the AL lot who found himself taking a momentary diversion to poke around that car! :D

99-2000 B4 TT's are available from 2.3 - 2.6 Million

However, there are a handful of cars that were bought brand-new though S*nok and as such have 301- numbers.

I'm told that one such car (an RSK in fact), which appeared a while back in the AL classifieds is up for sale again....

These brand-new imports sell for cheaper ~ 2.0-2.3 Million

loads of B4's on the market at the moment, so take some time and check them all out carefully before settling for one, as some tend to have been bashed about - but being solidly built Jap cars, tend to hide signs of abuse... :mellow:

I was busy trying to convince the guys at sale to exchange with the Z!!!!! :lol:

Car seems to be in good shape, but I would be a bit worried about what to expect from a twin turbo with 90k on the clock.

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ash if you are thinking about the b4, make sure it's a manual car. otherwise i think it's a great car. it's got a good mix of power and comfort...

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Looks like you can’t do anything hidings from another AL member. :ninja:

Yeah... That’s the car. YOM 99’ HD reg and 90K on the clock, BUT quoting 2.7 mil. It’s Tiptronic again (not Manual). Condition looks good, other than some bruised on the interior of the driving side door. Xenon lights added.

@ Devinda....

Hmmmm.... So you’re the guy that this car sale guy told abt. He said that they do not consider exchanging although got few inquires from Sport car owners. :car-smiley-001: I think too much interest shown towards this car and he thinks 2.7 is easy.

Which RSK is that? Please drop me a mail. [email protected]

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2.7 is a bit high given the current situation and the used car market. definitely don't pay that much for a tiptronic...

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Wasn't there a problem the B4TT had with our SL fuel? I recall some dialogue regarding poor performance and failed injectors or something like that.

Not to burst anyone's bubble, but considering its an expensive car to run, best not to go for something that will give further trouble???

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Wasn't there a problem the B4TT had with our SL fuel? I recall some dialogue regarding poor performance and failed injectors or something like that.

Not to burst anyone's bubble, but considering its an expensive car to run, best not to go for something that will give further trouble???

I recall a friend who had one being advised by agents to run with Injector cleaner mixed in every tank of fuel or something like that

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remember the fuel issue as well.. which is something that always put me off the car as I know no less than 4 cars that have had blown engines or trouble cause of it

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heard that B4s should be fed with a minimum 98 octane too... lovely cars though if you can look after them properly...

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But they do run in SL with 95 Octane.

Shak, is 98 Octane specified for your Legacy model as well??

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But they do run in SL with 95 Octane.

Shak, is 98 Octane specified for your Legacy model as well??

i saw a blue one for sale down layards rd col 5. near the apartment complex asking 2.2 mil

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But they do run in SL with 95 Octane.

Its not like they have a choice <_<:rolleyes:

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Shak, is 98 Octane specified for your Legacy model as well??

not as far as i know dude... i think it's mostly the late 99 cars (and beyond) that were required to run 98oct

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guys, sorry to revive such an old thread, but I saw this advert for a legacy for 1.7mil in this weeks H*t #d. Can someone tell me why? I mean, if this is a n/a version then is that the going rate?

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the turbo one are going close to the rate you mentioned. for some reason, the market value of the b4's have dropped like mad.

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the turbo one are going close to the rate you mentioned. for some reason, the market value of the b4's have dropped like mad.

machan I don't know if thats a bad thing or a really really good thing.. The one i'm reffering to is a Hx- series number.

is this just for the legacys or have the prices of sti's come down as well?

Edited by Arc Angel

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the turbo one are going close to the rate you mentioned. for some reason, the market value of the b4's have dropped like mad.

machan I don't know if thats a bad thing or a really really good thing.. The one i'm reffering to is a Hx- series number.

is this just for the legacys or have the prices of sti's come down as well?

Sorry bout the double post

Edited by Arc Angel

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might be a car in bad shape or owner desperate to sell or the car's unreliability in SL is catching up... plus it's N/A = relatively slow for such a heavy car...

i don't see STi prices dropping... at least not the GC frame...

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Hi Guys,

I repaired an oil leak on a 1995 Jap import Subaru 2.0 turbo last week. The car belongs to a former neighbour and a friend as I normally leave this work to my Friends at Zen Performance a few doors from me. After the repair I had a little drive in it in the process of delivering it back-I had a late teens driver trying to glue himself to my rear bumper( he dosn't know I know him but he is also a customer) so I had a bit of fun and put my foot down suddenly-poor chap I lost him even before I changed to the next gear, what fun! to me it put a huge grin on my face just to feel that lovely power surge. I must get one for myself soon they only sell for around £3500 at that age and good jap imports are plentiful and I think it would be a nice improvement on my 1996 VW golf GTI.

Maithri

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all cars in general are dropping in price..

Didn't the tax go up again after the budget?

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all cars in general are dropping in price..

Agreed!

It is mainly because the 3500+ used cars ,previously owned by the permit holders are on sale at lower prices now. :o

MINIACE

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