Hi , does anybody have Chrysler capital link ? Thanks
I know this thread is mainly about flips but for those that didn’t, how’s the 4xe on a commute? Mall of Georgia Jeep is local to me and the Wrangler 4xe still doesn’t seem like a bad deal if I can make the numbers work.
yesterday Carvana give me $45000 on my MSRP $72000 Rubicon.
I’ve been daily driving mine since March. It’s a wrangler, so it’s not the quietest ride out there and between the box like aerodynamics and the solid axle front suspension, it wanders a little more on the highway than other vehicles, but I still quite enjoy it.
Yikes. Was it a ‘23? Was that a manual appraisal?
I’ve put a little over 15,000 miles on my '22 Sahara 4Xe since the end of March. I’m very happy with it. I drive 65 miles per day 5-6 days a week to work. I drive my son to and from hockey practices & games 4 days a week. The rink is 9 miles away, so sometimes I put an extra 36 miles on the car just doing that. It is comfortable, very easy to park (compared to the long bed Tacoma I had before it), passes with ease on the highway, and is very economical. I average between 30 - 35 mpg (including charging up every day). For the $508 per month I pay for it, I don’t think there is anything else on the market I would enjoy more. I’ve even opened the SOT when it was in the 30s with the heat on, heated seats & heated steering wheel.
lots of people selling and making money still. I think it’s only really dead if you’re in a tax upfront kind of state or VA-type-of-tax on whole sales price, unique situation, etc.
23 Rubi with cold weather, black hard top, and safety at 66k post MSRP increase.
Offer 1 - 50k
Offer 2 - 60k
Both Jeep dealers.
I only buy EVs on the west coast lol.
not a manual appraisal, 2022.
Carvana has offered me $50k for a stripper Reign Rubi ‘23 $61k sticker. Northeast region.
Does the NE region ever get strong offers from Carvana? That’s terrible.
Was offered $40530 for a $71k msrp 22 rubicon from Carvana, nope!. I’ll go full term. One pay was only $13900. I think even my residual is like $46k ish.
way way way less than before. and way way way less money as well. hell even insurance rates have practically doubled.
I had a few dealers in NoFla offering 55,56,57 (and 59 where I sold) on a 63k Sahara
you’re very special and i’m sure your parents and family are very proud of all of your achievements in life.
Thanks. Point is there’s still money on the table it’s just more work than “order car and sell to first online buyer you submit to”