GT350 KBB 2017 Best Resale Value Award for High Performance Car

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  1. dron_jones

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    I don't put much stock into these types of awards but figured i would share as there has been a lot of discussion about future values etc

    Ford Press Release:


    KBB Press Release:

     
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    lol, those values are even more pessimistic than mine were.

    2020 $32k
    2022 $23k

    I really don't see the values being worse than GT500s which are still in the $30-40k range after 5 years.
     
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    That's way off. Right now there isn't a used one for sale under 56,500 within 100 mikes of Chicago.
     
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    To me the future values on all the cars they had listed are jacked up. To me the absolute number means less than the fact that the car was selected as the top value retainer so more of a relative scale to other cars in its class (M cars, GS, ZL1 etc)
     
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    I have no intention to sell, and I don't think insurance is gonna try and give me that
     
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    I'm assuming that doesn't factor in ADM...
     
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    Same here. A lot of people here are optimistic as to what these will be worth in five years. Obviously I hope the optimistic ones are correct. :D

    KBB has rarely been right when it comes to values compared to other sources in my experience.

    So far my previous F80 M3 and F82 M4 have help up better compared to what people have offered me for my GT350. Or at least very similar in depreciation percentage anyway.
     
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    My '07 GT500 vert stickered for $50K and change. I bought it in spring of 2010 with 7,800 miles on it for $34K.

    You can buy that same car today for well under $30K. I've seen some pristine '13-'14 GT500s deep into the 40s. There's a big difference between asking price and actual selling prices, see.

    I personally think the GT350 is a more unique car, but I think the notions of amazing resale values are wildly optimistic.
     
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    I am really curious if ADMs are driving some of that.
     
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    Low miles GT500 and SVT Raptors are going for $36k so the GT350 will be worth a lot more in 6 years
     
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    Say your '07 vert is ~25K... that is almost 50%... pretty good after 11 years in my opinion!

    I don't see a '17 GT350 (in good shape without insane miles) ever going below $30K
     
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    I am not sure how KBB makes the valuation of resale value and all the factors they concider. But the GT350 was selling with huge dealer markups in 2015 and beginning 2016. The car is selling brand new at lower than MSRP (5K lower for 2016's) (at least in Canada) so that would for sure affect resale value had they done the study from now on...
     
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