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Possible Deal on New 2.0T Sport

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A local dealer has quoted me a new 2.0T Sport essentially at MSRP ($35,150) and offered $11,200 on trade for my 2017 EX-L V6 with 175,000 miles. Out the door is right at $25,700. Thoughts? I'm losing a few features from the EX-L (leather, auto dimming mirror, Homelink, memory seats) but gaining a lot of modern tech with the 2.0T Sport. I'm on the fence because while my car has been a great car, I know I'm in for quite a few repairs in the near future with another timing belt change, water pump, tires, etc. My other option is to wait for the 2023 and jump on the hybrid bandwagon, giving up a great deal of power.
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I've tuned a number of cars over the years, some new (most recently a '19 Fiesta ST) but I think I'm leaving my new 2.0T Sport alone. I know the 2.0 doesn't seem to have as many problems as the 1.5 but I don't think I'm willing to take that chance.
Pretty sure the issues with the 1.5s aren't from tuning...
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