Seeing how Carmen doesn't like us to leave any windows open in the mini-van and likes to have the temperature "just right" all of the time, I'm not convinced that a Wrangler is the right car for her.
Her Uncle Bill, her mother and Carmen all went to a car show in Cleveland in 2004 and saw a Pontiac Solstice and her Uncle Bill believes that is the car for her. I think it is a nice looking car, but I can't find any that are five years old with 80,000 miles.
Seeing how I bought my own first car for $1,500 when I was a freshman at Purdue, I have a hard time looking at these prices...
|Vehicle Description||Blue Book Value||Candidate Price||Candidate Miles|
|1999 Ford Tauras SE Sedan 4D||$3,625||$3,795||111,466|
|1999 Pontiac Grand Am SE Coupe 2D||$3,810||Not Priced||124,212|
|1999 Volkswagen Jetta GL Sedan 4D||$5,400||$7,450||88,732|
|1999 Nissan Altima SE Sedan 4D||$5,470||$5,900||127,473|
|1999 Volkswagen Passat GLS Sedan 4D||$6,745||$7,000||97,000|
|1999 Jeep Wrangler||$7,875||Not Priced||127,158|
|2006 Pontiac G6 GT Sedan 4D||$12,300||$11,950||49,035|
|2006 Pontiac Solstice Convertible 2D||$16,565||$21,977||16,517|
She won't be able to drive by herself until April, so maybe I can buy a motorcycle and just let her use my Jeep.