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Suitable replacement for a 2002 Laser LXi?

Asked by Dorothy Stothard

I am a single parent with a 6-year-old child who I take to school and then drive to work. My current car is a 2002 Ford Laser LXi, which is in good condition, but I am looking to upgrade to something larger with more space, legroom, safety and most of all reliability. I want to buy used and automatic, either hatchback or SUV, but a bit larger than a Kia Cerato. I was thinking of a Toyota RAV4. What would be a reasonable price for one, and what could I expect to receive for my Laser?

Answered by CarsGuide

9 Dec 2016 Graham Smith

As a guide you could expect to get $1500 to $3000 for your Laser. The RAV4 is a sound choice. You could get into a 5-star safety rated 2014 RAV4 for $20,000-$23,000, a similar 2012 model for $17,000-$20,000. You could also consider a Kia Sportage, Honda CR-V, or Subaru Forester.

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