What is your carvana sell offer for your Gt?

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You’ll never get what it’s worth on those sites. They have to make a profit after all. Private sales are always the best.
 

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Local FORD dealer sent a written offer $37.5K for my 17GT premium with 5K miles
 

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I'm done with selling for good. Carvana low balled me last time at 23k and algo at 29k but with the miles going up daily my car will be worth 15k soon 😂 all good tho I'll drive it until it dies on me. 👍🏻
 

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Lowball offer in my area, almost $10k less than what a dealership will offer me
 

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So here's a question for those who are selling to a place like Carvana, Vroom, trading in - or even private party...

Aside from just banking the $$$ on the sale - if you're out looking for another vehicle, are you REALLY getting any type of deal that was not break even - or where you're really getting a slamming deal that made selling your car so great?

I'm not seeing the benefit of selling and now being stuck paying more for a new car where the prices are higher than normal OR even buying a used car where the prices are in some instances just as high as a new car.
 

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You’ll never get what it’s worth on those sites. They have to make a profit after all. Private sales are always the best.
I'm not sure why you say that. I bought a 2019 GT for $36,000 in May of 2020 and sold it to Vroom for $41,500 in June of 2021.
 

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So here's a question for those who are selling to a place like Carvana, Vroom, trading in - or even private party...

Aside from just banking the $$$ on the sale - if you're out looking for another vehicle, are you REALLY getting any type of deal that was not break even - or where you're really getting a slamming deal that made selling your car so great?

I'm not seeing the benefit of selling and now being stuck paying more for a new car where the prices are higher than normal OR even buying a used car where the prices are in some instances just as high as a new car.
I sold my 2019 GT to Vroom then bought a used car. Some models have not seen huge increases like the Mustang or Tacoma have. You just have to understand the demand.
 

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So here's a question for those who are selling to a place like Carvana, Vroom, trading in - or even private party...

Aside from just banking the $$$ on the sale - if you're out looking for another vehicle, are you REALLY getting any type of deal that was not break even - or where you're really getting a slamming deal that made selling your car so great?

I'm not seeing the benefit of selling and now being stuck paying more for a new car where the prices are higher than normal OR even buying a used car where the prices are in some instances just as high as a new car.
Its not a Mustang, but last year we bought an Escape with 30k miles on it for $15k. We just sold it to Vroom with 50k miles for $16.5k. We have four drivers and had four cars, but we can mange with three for awhile. When prices are a bit better, whether that be in a few months or a year or more, we plan on buying either a new Escape or possibly a Stinger GT2. If you can wait to purchase a new car, I definitely think it is worth it to sell now.
 

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I'm not sure why you say that. I bought a 2019 GT for $36,000 in May of 2020 and sold it to Vroom for $41,500 in June of 2021.
Just did a valuation of mine on Vroom. Sticker price on my 2020 Cali Special was $50K. My current offer on Vroom is 39,700. I could sell it privately right now for 2-3K more than that.
 

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So here's a question for those who are selling to a place like Carvana, Vroom, trading in - or even private party...

Aside from just banking the $$$ on the sale - if you're out looking for another vehicle, are you REALLY getting any type of deal that was not break even - or where you're really getting a slamming deal that made selling your car so great?

I'm not seeing the benefit of selling and now being stuck paying more for a new car where the prices are higher than normal OR even buying a used car where the prices are in some instances just as high as a new car.
The price was already higher on any Gen3 Coyote over my Gen2 2017. The fact that I can pay well over 80% of the car off from the start was the reason I upgraded to a Mach 1. That and our days are limited on getting a manual transmission on a V8. Everything about this car is an upgrade from what I had.

Yes, it took a stupid high offer for me to bite and it happened.
 

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Haven't checked Carvana, but, Vroom is offering me $32,391. That's a bit more than I bought it for, even from a third-party. I'm guessing a dealer would offer a bit more, even.

The most I saw it valued at was ~$35,000, but that was a couple weeks ago from Edmunds.

Had I the disposable income on hand right now to put down an order for a GT Prem or even a Mach 1, I might be tempted. Assuming prices stay where they are—give me a couple months. 😉
 
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