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Would like your opinions or advice on an very low mileage (800) miles '03.
Is this an SSR to consider because it is still brand new? It is a low production model. My concern is the problems that the 03 and 04's have, although I realize that not every 03 & 04 has a problem.
Then there is my GTO which is leased, don't want to take to much of a loss if I trade it in. Or I could wait for the 07's and take advantage of the pull ahead program, if there is a MY 07.
Always thinking about how to get into an SSR, I should have bought one back in December instead of the GTO. Don't get me wrong, the GTO is a great car, just can't get the SSR out of my head. Thanks for any comments..............Tom
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It will be under warranty still so that would be a big plus should any of the bugs show ups!!! If you can't get the SSR out of your head you just killin time in the GTO!!!
 
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I bought my '03 in Jan, it was a dealer owners demo, never titled, with very low miles. Don't count on having much warranty, as it starts with the in-service date. I bought an extended warranty with mine. It is a daily driver work truck, and has been relatively trouble free so far - roof time out (easily fixed) and a driver side door sensor replaced. :thumbs
 

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If the '03 with 800 miles was never titled, it is still new. The warranty would start the day you purchase it. If it was previously titled, the warranty started the day it was first sold.
 

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There were about 3500 2003's made - somewhere near VIN 1250 there were changes applied - the retractable top was addressed. (I'm #1740 and have had NO top issues - + no other BIG issues).

Whats the VIN???
 

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As psychoslaphead said.


I bought my '03 in Jan, it was a dealer owners demo, never titled, with very low miles. Don't count on having much warranty, as it starts with the in-service date. I bought an extended warranty with mine. It is a daily driver work truck, and has been relatively trouble free so far - roof time out (easily fixed) and a driver side door sensor replaced.






03 SSR just as good as 05 Don't let any one tell you that it is not. :flag :ssr :thumbs
 
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