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I'm thinking of selling my Trackhawk and getting a "normal" vehicle. I barely drove the thing this past year and it may be time to let it go. I test drove another Jeep yesterday and gave the dealer my info. They offered me $80k sight unseen. I bought the Trackhawk from them in 2019 and traded in two excellent vehicles.

My Trackhawk is a 2018, stock, black, highly optioned, with ~3000 mi. Sticker price was $98k. Is $80k reasonable? I didn't get this in writing but I'm thinking they will honor it.

I've been toying with the idea of putting it on Cars & Bids but I'm not sure it'll go for more than what they offered. One nice thing about a dealer is the convenience. They would cut me a check for the balance and I wouldn't have to pay sales tax on my new vehicle. Both pluses in my book.

Looking for some advice. Thanks in advance.
 

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I can relate to the not driving it much. But, you're offered $18K less than sticker.
I need to look up what sticker on it was, but I think the offer I just got from a dealer (as a straight sale) is over MSRP.
That's for a low optioned '20 with about 2,500 miles.
In other words, you may be able to do even better.
 

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Wow @Jimmy N., they offered you more than MSRP!?! I've never made money on a vehicle sale. The dealer said the used car market is hot right now.

My mom just bought out her lease (2019 Cherokee) and got it for $6k less than market value. Great deal!

I ended up paying less than the sticker price on my Trackhawk so it's even less of a loss.
 

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Wow @Jimmy N., they offered you more than MSRP!?! I've never made money on a vehicle sale. The dealer said the used car market is hot right now.

My mom just bought out her lease (2019 Cherokee) and got it for $6k less than market value. Great deal!

I ended up paying less than the sticker price on my Trackhawk so it's even less of a loss.
well I can offer you 1 million bucks. Problem is its just a offer we all know the dealers are dirt bags and will lie just to get you in the door. Jimmy is like me all talk he isnt selling his so we will never know. We like to think we will sell them but we wont.
if yours is for sale take it down and see if the 80 is real. your crazy to not take it. Like I said can you get more maybe but at what cost and how much more? I hate people and I hate people that cry over a buck you will have to deal with all that and the send me picture guys also I hate them just as much. I take my cars to carmax and just leave them the extra few bucks is not worth the drama to me.\It may be to you? that your choice to make.
Same with buying a car I am not going to argue all day for a few bucks if its a fair deal I am buying it I dont care if you got your 5K cheaper
 

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Well put @ROCKETW19. I hope they honor the "verbal" offer. I've been eBaying stuff here lately and I know what you mean about the wheeler dealers out there and all the nit picky and off the wall questions you get. It would probably be 10 times worse for a vehicle, especially one like this.

I'm looking for convenience, so it'll probably go back to the dealer I purchased it from. Thanks for the input guys. I appreciate it!
 

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Wow @Jimmy N., they offered you more than MSRP!?! I've never made money on a vehicle sale.
I ended up paying less than the sticker price on my Trackhawk so it's even less of a loss.
I've made a fair amount of money on vehicles, but this would be the first time on one I bought new.

Although, after looking at the sticker just now, I remembered wrong. It was $90,080, so while still making money after paying $82K and change, getting 87K is not more than sticker. Sorry.

well I can offer you 1 million bucks. Problem is its just a offer we all know the dealers are dirt bags and will lie just to get you in the door.
I was wondering about that. I figured I'd be trailering it about 500 miles to the dealer, so it'd be a long day. And what if they say "Nah, we'll only pay..." once I get there?

Well, they said they'd take care of the transport. That saves me a day, and fuel costs, plus wear and tear on the tow vehicle and trailer. I suppose they could still try to weasel out of the contract, or not send the check.
 

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how many miles are on it? 85k might not be too much of an ask
Damn I just seen he has 3000 miles you might be correct 85K isnt that far off but it is a dealer they have to make money also. but you never know.
mine has 30K (guestimate) in extras only 13K miles I would of sold mine for 85k 2 weeks ago now I am spending more on maybe not I gonna drive it smile I have more money then smiles lol.
 

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I'm thinking of selling my Trackhawk and getting a "normal" vehicle. I barely drove the thing this past year and it may be time to let it go. I test drove another Jeep yesterday and gave the dealer my info. They offered me $80k sight unseen. I bought the Trackhawk from them in 2019 and traded in two excellent vehicles.

My Trackhawk is a 2018, stock, black, highly optioned, with ~3000 mi. Sticker price was $98k. Is $80k reasonable? I didn't get this in writing but I'm thinking they will honor it.

I've been toying with the idea of putting it on Cars & Bids but I'm not sure it'll go for more than what they offered. One nice thing about a dealer is the convenience. They would cut me a check for the balance and I wouldn't have to pay sales tax on my new vehicle. Both pluses in my book.

Looking for some advice. Thanks in advance.
If you're looking to do a private sale I'm definitely interested!
 

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Well, now that mine is going bye, bye, I found myself with some leftovers.

Including, but not limited to, a DashMat cover I don't like, Husky floor mats which I do like, and the new wheels that most people agree looks better than the Titanium the 'Hawk came with.
And the Continental DWS06s (which I also like a lot) that have 598 miles on them. Wheels and tires are both stock size.

Time for a post in the classifieds, I suppose.

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Well, the insurance company just totaled mine the other day. Some jerk turned in front of me in an intersection and I t-boned them at about 40-45. They said market value is $82,622 for a 2018 with 22K all options but DVD and sunroof.
 
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