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Hi all!

I've owned my 2012 RR SC for two years now and as much as I love this truck I need to sell it as I need something bigger. Currently has 90k miles and a year left of warranty.

KBB gives it a 18k for trade in and 24k for private party.

But here's the thing... that doesn't take into account timing chains getting replaced, all four air bags replaced, all new AC units front and Rear, new tires, new brakes and rotors, etc etc etc.

Every little thing that came up with the truck I got fixed by the dealer or a LR specialist.

Would it be crazy to list it at $28,500? I'm not desperate to sell either.

Part of me wants to keep it given how much I've done to it, but at the same time I'm scared that since it has 90k miles already trying to sell it when it has 120k will be close to impossible!

And it's really one of the prettiest color combos I've seen, Nara Bronze with Factory Black 20's and Brown and Tan interior.

What are everyone's thoughts?
 

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Have you thought about looking at Autotrader just to see what others are selling for?

Coming from someone who probably overpaid for my 2008 RR SC, recently.
But I paid for the ultra low mileage, 30,000 miles, and warranty.
 

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I think it's a good start. Cars.com shows 2012 SCs in your mileage are all over the road, from 19k all way up to 30k and while you may not necessarily get what you want, this will at least give you an idea of what the market will pay. All you need is one guy looking for exactly your truck with all the pain points addressed. Best of luck!
 

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You can list it for whatever you want, tho 99.9% of the people out there aren't going to have a clue what you're talking about as far as the timing chains. You don't get back the money you put in as far as maintaining a vehicle. The KBB value accounts for that under the condition questions poor/excellent. If you do decide to sell it though and don't immediately get 20's drop me a line, I'd potentially be a buyer at 18. I'm in Ma.
 

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Which brown interior? Is it English Tan kind of orange, or cocoa brown?

If it is the former, I'd be interested..
 

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This is the interior color.

Even the control arms were replaced!

I'm going to clean it up during the holidays and list it at $28,500 and see what happens. I'm not exactly in a rush so it will be interesting to see where the market is. Can't wait for all the Craigslist low-ball offers!
 

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I actually prefer that brown to the english tan (which is what I thought you were originally talking about)... If you're serious about selling it let me know.
 
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