What is your carvana sell offer for your Gt?

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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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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.
If you don't mind, please keep this post updated. I am questioning the not getting paid immediately. I know people sold cars to them and they are legit. Just need to be sure I won't get f*** :) ANd I bet more members can relate to this or share their stories (if they didn't already)
 

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If you don't mind, please keep this post updated. I am questioning the not getting paid immediately. I know people sold cars to them and they are legit. Just need to be sure I won't get f*** :) ANd I bet more members can relate to this or share their stories (if they didn't already)
part of why carvana's quotes are lower is because they are taking a calculated risk that you lied on the submission and the car will need work/re-value for sale. Vroom is inspecting first before paying out. Vroom found some defects on my SS/1LE that I didn't realize I had but they honored their original quote.

CarMax offers are also low because they have to rip EVERY aftermarket part off the car, throw it away in a big dumpster and pay to put all new OEM parts back on.

In my case the car left NoVA and went to a huge and well-known whole-sale/auction site up in PA (York?) where it got looked over. I had to call Vroom and prod them to move the car from 'received' to 'inspected' so Accounts would release the funds. Some "knowledge worker" had forgotten to change the status of my car's workflow even though the inspection had been done and logged.

AutoLendersGo (a Princeton NJ outfit) paid on pickup and beat all 3 quotes at the time. They only do mid-north Atlantic in their coverage though. My cherry EB sat on their lot for 9 months before the were able to sell it.
 

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I used my Carvana quote as a good starting point when I traded in the GT last month. The offer was $30k for a 2018 GT A10 300a with 28k miles and the Chevy dealer ended up giving $33k for trade in on a new 2021 1SS 1LE MT. They sold the GT for 36k less then a week later so it seems they made out well enough.

Still really wish I could have found a Mach1 for a reasonable price but everything is either mid $50k's, a 10 month wait, or both...no joy. Track season waits for no one!
 

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Carvana values my car at $32,210 and Vroom values it at $42,130. Carvana is nuts!!
Vroom has more investor cash to burn I'm guessing. Or Carvana has too many Mustangs it can't move so price is coming down. Or Vroom's algorithm is retarded and lagging 30+ days on reality. If you want to get your money back on your car, you'll want to do it very soon I think.
 

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Vroom has more investor cash to burn I'm guessing. Or Carvana has too many Mustangs it can't move so price is coming down. Or Vroom's algorithm is retarded and lagging 30+ days on reality. If you want to get your money back on your car, you'll want to do it very soon I think.
I am really tempted to sell my PP2 to vroom...
 
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