Instead you get stuck dealing with people who think they can buy it for cheaper than an auto wagon with standard seats and resell it for $20k over current market price.ive always said its hard to sell expensive used cars, especially when you arent appealing to the ultra wealthy who can just wire money in an instant.
There are plenty out there! The amount of busted up trucks, rusted out g-body’s, 4 wheelers, boats, transmissions, guns, etc. I could have had if I had just agreed to their offer. Lol!!^^^^^^^ THIS^^^^^^^
I could not agree more. I loved the gusy that would try to negotiate with the bs info from KBB and NADA. Had one guy that offered 3%K CASH. Ohh I got so weak in the knees I said yes. He said really? I said yes again, and added it will take that 35+ another 20 and you can drive it home.
Agreed that they are a hard sell and they are so specific. Now with the new CT4/5BW that are going to come out how long before you hear people clamoring for a wagon ?
The mileage is low, and it’s stock, which is huge for these cars. But, with an Ultraroof, it just won’t carry the unicorn money. If it was a slickroof, I think he could squeeze out low $60k. Being it’s a very low mileage, Ultraroof m6, I truly believe it’s in the territory of a $50k-$55k. I think he’s hoping for that collector that has too much money and needs another car for his collection. That’s the only way he sees that money, or close to it.The wagon at the beginning of this post is worth at least $60k no problem. However, the dude is expecting $73k FIRM i KnOw WhAt I hAvE. Maybe he'll even get $65k, but I just don't see $73k. ?
What do you base “high side of fair” on?For whatever it's worth, I bought a bone stock 2012 manual wagon with 31k miles (Black TriCoat with recaros and sunroof) last fall for $48k. I felt like the price was on the high side of fair, but I didn't have to travel to get it so that helped.
That's a very good price. I would have considered $50k-$55k a fair price on the wagon you described. That's not counting the current market with the pandemic going on of course. Car market is way down right now.For whatever it's worth, I bought a bone stock 2012 manual wagon with 31k miles (Black TriCoat with recaros and sunroof) last fall for $48k. I felt like the price was on the high side of fair, but I didn't have to travel to get it so that helped.
So pretty much the high side of your desired budget.Nothing scientific, just my personal opinion and what I saw other cars go for. I thought a fair range for the wagon was around $45k. I didn't have to travel and it was black on black so that helped me spend a little more.
Every buyer is different though, I would have preferred a modded car over a stock one but I know plenty of folks would not.
Manual and Recaros are a huge plus. Negatives are the high miles, raven black and maybe the sunroof. It's a driver, not a collector for sure.
Definitely a driver. Has a door ding, rock chips and the like. For the miles it still looks good. The interior specifically has held up rather well.Manual and Recaros are a huge plus. Negatives are the high miles, raven black and maybe the sunroof. It's a driver, not a collector for sure.
I'd honestly think high 30s is possible.
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