I don't think the KBB offers are as firm as Carvana, because it's like having a dealership value the trade, and even though it's quoted as $39k, that probably changes very fast.Carvana offer = $34K
KBB offer = $39K
I can't believe the KBB offer, but I'm not selling the car in any case, so I'm not going to waste my time getting the in-person "dealer inspection".
Yea, that's what I said in my post above (498) that the KBB offers are garbage and more or less bait-switch with their so called "offer".Carvana just game and picked up my 2016 base Mustang GT (19,000 miles) for $32,393. Literally deposited the check into my bank before even looking at the car! The dude that drove it up onto the flatbed was slipping the clutch too hard and clutch smoke was pouring out of the transmission. I told him this car has lots of torque down low and it will just carry itself up the ramp when it's at the biting point but he didn't seem experienced at driving manuals. Poor car
Vroom just offered me $33,350 yesterday but I wanted the car gone this week.
I also went to TWO local dealerships who claim to pay Kelly Blue Book value.... However this this showed to be bull****, as they both offered me only $28,000. One gave me a "guaranteed offer" and said I could drop it off or have them pick it up. When I showed up they looked it over, test drove it and only offered me $27,000. They guy said "You only paid $31,000 new for this car, we aren't going to buy it for more than you bought it for 5 years ago". Screw them both, I walked out.
Prices are going to come back to reality soon and I don't want to get stuck with it. My prices for selling it last year in July was only $24k! I will be back into a newer Mustang in a year or two hopefully.
Next owner is going to get a nice car though.....Stang was so clean, had front PPF, ceramic coated and never winter driven.
Prices are going to keep going down because currently it’s “perceived“ value not true value based on chip shortages if you want to sell the car or have even been thinkI got about selling the car now is the time. That car is actually worthless just like every new S550 from 15-21 is. They aren’t worth anything more than the market will allow Them to be. Once the shortages clear up the used value will drop dramatically over night.Just got a quote from Carvana for 27825 for my 2015 GT with 50 year appearance package. Car has just under 7k miles with small dent on hood. Prices have gone down since beginning of Summer.
I keep going back in forth on selling. I have a 2019 Murano that I mostly drive, so I don’t need to get another vehicle at this time.