Lgb0250

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My 2020 was about $50k. Damn inflation and economy. I wanted the last edition since I like this model. One thing I do not yet know for certain is how much they will offer me for mine as a trade-in. They keep telling me to check Kelly Blue Book because of the constantly changing economy.
Wouldn't waste your time checking KBB. Don’t know of a dealer that really uses it. You would have to have access to check weekly auctions to get a really good idea. Luckily the supply chain problem and the move towards direct ordering rather than maintaining large dealer inventory will keep used prices elevated for at least the near future. you can always find out a today price by plugging in your info at Vroom, Carvana and Carmax. I actually just sold my 22 Toyota XSE V6 to a Lincoln dealer. It had 5700 miles on it and I bought it new 10 mos ago. Paid MSRP. After tax, tag, doc fee and the additional $400 I paid to get it shipped to me from MD, I was all in at $39950. Carmax offered me $40K and the Lincoln dealer $40500. It’s definitely still a sellers market.

 

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By "Kelly Blue Book," they may have meant kbb.com.

I tried a number of online quotes, and kbb.com gave me the highest offer.
 

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Looks like it's going to be the opposite as 1964 1/2 as that was the begining of Everything. 2023 should be 2022 1/2 as the continuation of the last year of S550, pretty much no changes, and a short production run.
 

 
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