I am looking at this used with nearly 25k miles on it. I was hoping to get a price check, or what you all would think would be a good/fair price from a dealership. I think I'm getting a good offer on it, but still not 100% sure. Throw 'em out there.
If you configure that car brand new, it is about $110K. So you subtract $25K for miles, $7,500 for the rebate, and $14,000 for the 14 months and it comes to $63K. I realize that is on the low side but a figure to keep in mind nevertheless because this car has a ton of miles for barely a year of use. I would not pay more than $70-80K for this car. Around $75K would be an ideal point to negotiate towards.
Supply and demand has changed this pricing dramatically. The 100D loaner I was offered today has 7k+ miles and was $99k before tax credit. Much different than the deals when these first rolled out.Agree with this assessment especially considering my inventory 100D with discounts and federal incentives at only 400 miles built September 17 bought March 18 was around $90k. If it’s used with mileage $75k seems fair.
100D might save 15-20 minutes here and there per trip but is that small amount of extra time worth 20K... Some say yes but I do not agree.