I hope you do ;) Dealers can get the premium because of advertising. Often people don’t have the cash to pay for a private party car/need to or want to trade theirs / don’t know you can’l get a private party loan.I'm thinking of these prices if I do so I will sell it privately and not to one of these car buying services. Should be able to get a couple thousand dollars more selling it directly to the next owner.
that's a LOUSY price for a 2020 left-over.Checked again and now Vroom is offering $39,684, $4k over what I paid. I'm very tempted to take the money and pickup another one but with the performance pack this time. Maybe even switch to the A10...
I'll have to shop around. Just did a quick check of inventory at the dealership I bought the current one from.that's a LOUSY price for a 2020 left-over.
you want this one at least on a percentage basis, even though it's a couple notches higher up the features checklist
Problem is you're not trading up for much except some creature comforts and some options in the performance pack. I'm going from a 17 GT to a Mach 1 and that's a pretty good leap in itself. If I was in your boat, I probably would sell and hold off for a bit and wait for a killer deal or keep the car.I'll have to shop around. Just did a quick check of inventory at the dealership I bought the current one from.
A 2021MY would be preferred, but honestly doesn't matter to me. I do like the Carbonized Grey over MM. I can throw some more money in for more options. Just would like to keep the price closer to $40k than $50k.
I never really considered selling this car until an hour ago. I've got a lot to think about now.
I've been thinking about this for hours now; worked some numbers and whatnot...Problem is you're not trading up for much except some creature comforts and some options in the performance pack. I'm going from a 17 GT to a Mach 1 and that's a pretty good leap in itself. If I was in your boat, I probably would sell and hold off for a bit and wait for a killer deal or keep the car.
unfortunately, I think you may be right. Any one else want to put in their 2 cents?I think people are honestly more interested in buying it from carvana and vroom more than peer to peer now a days. I literally read about people not even wanting to see a car before they buy it, they like the idea of just ordering a car and showing up on a vehicle or popping them out of the building dispenser.
people are becoming literally, anti social in all aspects.
Did your 19 PP1 have any other options? My Vroom offer was $41,300 for my 19 PP1 A10 301AMy quote was for almost $40k for 2019 PP1 with 9000 miles. New sticker was 40.4, and I paid 34.5+TTL
The Camaro (19, SS1LE, 9000 miles) came back at 44k on a MSRP of 45. I paid 37+TTL