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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Overpriced high milage old thats why.
    No badge is just the auto add its standard other models have upspec badges

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Jan 2017
    Toyota dealer on the Gold Coast had a 2015 GTS, with 51000k’s on the clock, full service history with a few months Rego for $59,999 drive away. Didn’t take long to sell.

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Oct 2007
    Quote Originally Posted by white_lie View Post
    I thought no badge was just a carsales thing. Like the seller hasn't followed the correct links to find the model in the database. Nothing dodgy about the actual car.

    I don't think it's a deal of the century. More like where it should be priced. The pricing has gotten a little out of hand with the closure/end of production, it will settle back down.

    There's loads on car sales around that 60-65k mark, not sure why you're seeing it as being 15k cheaper than everything else?

    Andrew sold his recently for under 65k and it was a black MY15.

    Yeah, I just checked on carsales again and now I see them all in the 60k range. Not sure wtf I was doing last night, every GTS I could find was 75k+ and a new one was over 90k.

    It's a buyer's market at the moment then, that's so much car for the money.
    1990 VN SV5000 Rose Grey
    2000 VT Senator Signature Series II
    2003 VY Super Six

  4. #14
    Join Date
    May 2016
    I bought a 2014 GTS in may of 2016 (~2 years old) with 90k km on the clock. Extended warranty to 2020 it cost me $61k drive away.

    We've run it up to just under 115k km since and had a few things fixed under warranty but it's been a fun family car. I don't reckon I've lost much value off it either compared to other daily drives.
    My Rides:
    2014 Gen F HSV GTS Auto in Sting Red;
    2015 VW Golf R Mk7 DSG in Lapiz Blue.

  5. #15
    Join Date
    Oct 2016
    series 1 hsv's don't seem to be holding any where near the re-sale of the gen F2's.

    You can get a series 1 gts for less than a series 2 clubsport now.

  6. #16
    Join Date
    May 2016
    Auckland, New Zealand
    It's cheaper because it has 95,000kms on the clock, tow bar and the optional wheels that were standard on R8 at the time, so as far as 2014 GTS's go it's not particularly desirable
    2014 Gen-F GTS
    2017 VF2 SS-V Redline Hackwagon

  7. #17
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    North West NSW
    Most cars depreciate wholesale approx 18% each yr.... then it depends on the buyer... price is about right.
    Previous 2011 MY 12 VE R8 Maloo -Perfect Blue
    Current 2013 VF GTS W507 - Herron White

  8. #18
    Join Date
    Oct 2015
    It's $58,850 now, as said above its a 13 model which is now 5 years old, they are going to decrease in value no matter how much everybody wants them to stay at the same money they paid for them, its a car they depreciate.

  9. #19
    Join Date
    Nov 2016
    Isnt after 5 yrs its meant to half???

    Seems like hsv are holding there value

  10. #20
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    Yeah, normally half after 5 years is about right.
    But Australia never made a car as good as a Gen-F GTS before, so it should hold value better than any other mainstream vehicle.

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