What is your carvana sell offer for your Gt?

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just curious how much carvana is offering you guys for your Gts i see alot of 15-17 Gts getting a higher offer than what i got for my 2019 GT base with performance package, 10 speed auto, navigation and 301a package.

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Still a pretty good offer. What most people don't realize is that Carvana is very area dependent. So if you live in a "hot" zip code, they will offer you more. They have analytics on what models are popular in what places.
 
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Still a pretty good offer. What most people don't realize is that Carvana is very area dependent. So if you live in a "hot" zip code, they will offer you more. They have analytics on what models are popular in what places.
You think if i took it to sell it in a different zip code they would offer more? Yeah i think it a high offer but that offer is fully stock and my lowest offer with mods is 27k i understand with mods but I can’t take off the cai , tune and aftermarket stereo that it came with when i bought the car.
 

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You think if i took it to sell it in a different zip code they would offer more? Yeah i think it a high offer but that offer is fully stock and my lowest offer with mods is 27k i understand with mods but I can’t take off the cai , tune and aftermarket stereo that it came with when i bought the car.
Yep. I don't know what zip codes are going to generate the highest offers though, because I don't have access to their data. Mustangs have generally been pretty hot all year, so the differences might not be that huge anyway.
 

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$32k for my 2020 GT, A10 assuming i take off all mods and return it to stock. Live in south texas
 
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Just entered my VIN and it came back at $37343. Entered vin on Edmunds last week for the heck of it and had a CarMax offer of 38,100. 2020 GT premium with 2700 miles. I have sold 2 vehicles in the past 9 months with Carvana and was pleased with the offers.
 

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Carvana: $34,941
Vroom: $33,000

I gotta confess: at nearly $35K I am tempted.
 
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I’ve sold 3 cars the past 18 months. 2 to online sites zoom, auto lenders go and one to the dealer. I did good on all of them.
 

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Alright, now I'm curious too. I'll check it out and report back 🙂...
 

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Carvana: $34,941
Vroom is going to email my quote after they deeply analyze the deal

I gotta confess: at nearly $35K I am tempted.
The problem is, just like the housing market right now, you can sell for a very good price but replacing it is gonna cost you big too...

I could sell my convertible for nearly what I paid for it 20 months ago but I'd probably have to wait a year or so to replace it at a decent price. I'd rather keep driving it than try to make a few $$$.
 

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The problem is, just like the housing market right now, you can sell for a very good price but replacing it is gonna cost you big too...
True that, depending on what you replace it with. I don't think I'd get another Mustang. And it's only my "spare" car, so I won't have to walk to work. :)
 

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$34,761 for my 2019 GT premium, 400a, leather, A10, PP1 car currently at about 15,000 miles. This is about $1,000 more than I paid 6 months ago from a Ford dealership. Also, the car now has 1,000 more miles than when I purchased it. Very interesting...
 

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I had caravan offer me 38k this past November and then by December it was down to 34k and now its at 32k. 2019 gt premium NO Performance pack
 

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Carvana $33,000
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Used car market is getting crazy. Man I would love to upgrade to a Mach 1. With Zach’s prices...hmm...
 

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