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View Poll Results: What is the maximum you would pay for an SSR

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  • $20000-$25000

    4 8.89%
  • $25000-$30000

    15 33.33%
  • $30000-$35000

    21 46.67%
  • More than $35000

    3 6.67%
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    How much would you pay for an SSR

    Seeing how this car could give the Mustang a run for its money.
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    Re: How much would you pay for an SSR

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    Re: How much would you pay for an SSR

    I believe it's worth about $40,000.... about $3500 less than it's MSRP.
    It's attractive, unique, stylish, and a convertible.
    It did take a while to grow on me though.

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    Re: How much would you pay for an SSR

    another pic

    GM can learn a thing or two from these kinds of polls. I will do another soon on another car that should have been popular

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    Re: How much would you pay for an SSR

    it could give the mustang a run for its money if it were a car, and not a truck...

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    Re: How much would you pay for an SSR

    Drop it to between $30,000 or more, and I suspect it would be more well recieved... who wouldn't want a $30,000-$35,000 390hp car/truck/retro Camino? I would...
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    Re: How much would you pay for an SSR

    30-35,000. No more than that.
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    Re: How much would you pay for an SSR

    I'm not sure but I saw one on the road yesterday and really liked it.

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    Re: How much would you pay for an SSR

    If it was a Crew Cab, AWD, and could tow something...I could justify it at $40k.

    As it is, I can't. It's in Corvette price territory and does nothing a Vette won't do.

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    Re: How much would you pay for an SSR

    I choose 25-30, but it really depends how much money I have. I want a vette, and several other cars before I would buy the SSR
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    Re: How much would you pay for an SSR

    With any lesser engine I'd say they need to keep it under $25K. But considering the power it musters, I'll concede the $25 - $30K price point.

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    Re: How much would you pay for an SSR

    Car has done well with its weak engine and lack of transmisions.
    Add LS2 power, 6spd manual option, and I belive revised handling and suspension, this car is a deffinate factory hot rod. I say 35-40k is DEFFINATLY worth it. Cheapest and probably the fastest hard top convertable...and its the hottest looking one IMO under 70k.
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    Question Re: How much would you pay for an SSR

    One guy said it's worth 40K. OK, it might really be worth 40k but the people that can afford 40k vehicles don't happen to agree because they sure as hell are not buying it.

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    Re: How much would you pay for an SSR

    This was intended to be a limited production collector type vehicle from what I've read. Don't think it is in competition with the Mustang in any way. The $40k price tag is about right for what it is. I'm somewhat surprised that it didn't sell better, pretty neat vehicle with some horses under the hood.

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    Re: How much would you pay for an SSR

    OK. I was actually at a Chevy-Cadillac-HUMMER dealership today, and there was a blue-green SSR on the showroom floor, so I hopped on it to check it out.

    I am really surprised by the nice materials on the dash. Too bad it's all spoiled by the old corporate radio. Everything had a nice clean feel to it. It is a lot taller than in the photos. I'd pay around $38-40K out the door for the SSR. Not the $45,725 on the sticker.

    Truth be told... the interior of the SSR had a nicer touch and feel to in compared to the STS V8 it was sitting next to.

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