What is your carvana sell offer for your Gt?

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Had I the disposable income on hand right now to put down an order for a GT Prem or even a Mach 1,
you only need $1000 I think, if that much. If you order a M1+HP you won't see it till spring 2022 anyway so have 6 months to find and count your pennies.
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you only need $1000 I think, if that much. If you order a M1+HP you won't see it till spring 2022 anyway so have 6 months to find and count your pennies.
That so? I've never ordered a car, (of course,) so I'm a bit unfamiliar with the process. I figured financing and such would be discussed at the time of order, down payment and all. Or does that start once delivered?

HP's a nice option of course, but I wouldn't make proper use of it. My car's mostly street duty. M1 because, well, a fully equipped GT Premium nears that pricepoint pretty closely. Might as well, at that point.
 

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I figured financing and such would be discussed at the time of order, down payment and all. Or does that start once delivered?
you set PRICE at time of order, with an asterisk that the greater of any factory incentives (today vs delivery) apply. Some dealers want "earnest money" (typically $1000 or so refundable deposit) on an order, some don't.
 

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you set PRICE at time of order, with an asterisk that the greater of any factory incentives (today vs delivery) apply. Some dealers want "earnest money" (typically $1000 or so refundable deposit) on an order, some don't.
Ahaaa, that makes sense. Well, cool! I'll factor that in.

Trade-in as well comes (or can come,) down the line, I'm gathering. And here I was thinking about how long I could bear using a rental... hah.
 

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Spoke to my dealer last week, thinking seriously about the Carvana route for $1,300 less than what I paid 2 years ago, and ordering a '22 on October 11th.

I want the new green color, but otherwise might just get an identical '22 to what I have now because I love the appearance if the green isn't what it appears.

My dealer said you get a $1,000 rebate for ordering, and the prices have not increased much at all between 2019 and 2022, so that rebate 'should' offset the additional cost. The car 'should' take 12-14 weeks to arrive at my dealer in Flat Rock, and also said their trade-in prices don't touch Carvana, so that is the way to go.

That all sounds good, we'll see if it plays out that way, though.
 

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Last week I bought a 2021 GT Premium, loaded out with all the good stuff. I moved from a 2010 Nissan 370Z Roadster with the Touring and Sport packages (all the options available in 2010). Only 42,500 miles, pristine condition. Ford dealer offered $15,000 trade-in. Retail was $23 - 24k on KBB and Edmunds. I figured I could get close to that selling it myself. Tried Vroom, they offered $15k, came back later at $15.6k. Tried Carvana, they offered $21,244.00! That was last Friday, the day after I got my Mustang. Carvana showed up yesterday, handed me a check and took the Z away. Easiest sale I ever made.
 

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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.
Usually that's true, but not now. Carvana had to sell my car at or near MSRP to make a profit, and no one in their right mind would pay that when you can get a new car off the lot for MSRP or less around here. But... since Carvana is national, they can ship the car to a tighter market and make money. Me, as a private seller, I can't do that. So I did better selling to them than if I had tried to sell it myself. Plus there's that whole hassle factor, people who just want to drive a GT, kids who can't afford the insurance, idiots who can't afford the car and are just wasting my time, and of course, idiots in general. I've sold enough cars in my life, I've run into every scenario.

I sold my GT to Carvana for more than I paid for it new, including taxes and fees. It took 3 days, easy-peasy.
 

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Usually that's true, but not now. Carvana had to sell my car at or near MSRP to make a profit, and no one in their right mind would pay that when you can get a new car off the lot for MSRP or less around here. But... since Carvana is national, they can ship the car to a tighter market and make money. Me, as a private seller, I can't do that. So I did better selling to them than if I had tried to sell it myself. Plus there's that whole hassle factor, people who just want to drive a GT, kids who can't afford the insurance, idiots who can't afford the car and are just wasting my time, and of course, idiots in general. I've sold enough cars in my life, I've run into every scenario.

I sold my GT to Carvana for more than I paid for it new, including taxes and fees. It took 3 days, easy-peasy.
There are no cars around here going for MSRP. Everything is inflated, even Kia’s.

My current Carvana offer is $32,7K. I could sell it outright for 43-45.
 

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My local FORD dealer offering 37k for '17 GT Premium. That is 5k more than I paid 3 yrs ago.
 

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Vroom offer has been going up for the the past 5 weeks right now $41535 for 20 pp2 with 1900 miles not even close to get me out of it. The dealer is offereing $44k still not there.
 

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Vroom offer has been going up for the the past 5 weeks right now $41535 for 20 pp2 with 1900 miles not even close to get me out of it. The dealer is offereing $44k still not there.
I just tried Vroom and they offered 44k for my 2019 PP2 with 5k miles on it. Fully loaded etc... I am really tempted to sell it :/
 

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Vroom offer has been going up for the the past 5 weeks right now $41535 for 20 pp2 with 1900 miles not even close to get me out of it. The dealer is offereing $44k still not there.
Out of curiosity, what is YOUR "there" price? $50k?
 

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Out of curiosity, what is YOUR "there" price? $50k?
Something close to that would be my break up price. I would have sold by now if I didn’t put so much down on it when I bought it. Made allot on a 20 raptor that I sold last year. So I have a super small car payment and kinda like it. Hard to go back to a big payment again. I think though I’ll hold on to the car. I really do like it.
 

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Carvana offered me $34,500 and Vroom was $37,300, so I just sold to Vroom this week before ordering the '22, it's a 2019 base GT with 8,600 miles I paid $36,000 for 2 years ago.

I am no longer driving the '19 and want it gone before something happens to it, this deal is too good to be true. I'm a little nervous about handing off my car before getting payment, but have been reassured that if I was honest in assessing the car, payment in full will be no problem. Just got this:

Hi ,

We've received your completed documents and started the process of scheduling the pick-up of your vehicle.

You'll receive an email from us within 2 days letting you know the name and contact information of the carrier who will pick-up your vehicle as well as other important instructions. Your vehicle will be picked up within 10 days.
 
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