Fair price on a used 15 Challenger

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  1. LIKEABOSS

    LIKEABOSS Hellcat Member

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    I've been looking at used 15 Challengers and prices are all over the place. How much would a Black 15 Challenger Hellcat with Alcantara seats, nav, and A8 with around 6,000 miles be worth?
     
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    I think they are exactly like you said, they are all over and probably will continue to be. They are still very rare especially if people arent willing to travel. So even used prices will remain over 60k and quite possibly up to MSRP. I'm not saying you cant find a good deal. I am saying though that there are people who arent worried about spending a few thousand more just because it's used. I bought mine second hand (900 miles) 2016 for MSRP because I WANTED a hellcat. To those who are selling them I certainly wouldnt be selling them cheaply!
     
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    Never mind - good luck Boss! At this point, with rates so low I would go new -
     
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    Depends on what part of the country you live in...Calif probably about MSRP or more.....TN probably about 5% under MSRP...
     
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    Yeah that's a very nice deal. I'd take that in a heart beat
     
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    Just traded my 15 6spd with 679 miles for a 16 auto/sunroof and they gave me $61,500. Sticker on my 15 was $62,675.
     
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    They are being listed for sale from anywhere between $60,000 and one whack job is asking $80,000, average $67,000.
     
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    Checking out the one in VA. Never seen a wall plug like this before. Any thoughts?
     

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    Looks like engine block heater cord.
     
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    maybe a battery tender also? even though it would need to run to the trunk..
     
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    I to have seen prices range from low $60s to high $80s which I don't know why someone would pay $70-80k for a used one unless it was heavily modified.
     
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    Walked away from the one in VA after driving over an hour to see it. Car was rough on the outside for having less than 6k on it. Lots of scratches and a small ding on the drivers side rear quarter panel. Why the heck they didn't pay a paintless dent repair person to fix that is beyond me. Dealer was shady as hell with me. Had an agreement on the phone with the salesperson. He asked me to stop at CarMax to get a number on my Mustang GT which I did. CarMax came back with $31k which is $1k over what this dealer said they would do. I was feeling pretty good because CarMax is usually the baseline. I get there and after test driving the Hellcat they won't even do $30k. Instead they want to drive with me over to CarMax so I can sell my GT to them instead. This would make me loose out on the trade tax credit that Maryland gives you. I would not recommend this one unless you're REALLY desperate for a Hellcat.
     
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    Wow sorry about that. Price sounded too good to be true and it apparently was not without some kinks..
     
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    Well hopefully it will save others some time. When a price is too good to be true it usually is.
     
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    When I was searching, I many instances I found that the used 2015 Hellcats were priced the same or near new ones. Needless to say, I bought a new one, but at $2k under msrp with some good ole haggling. Picking up one of these cars at normal used car depreciation doesn't seem realistic right now. I looked for a long time and never found anything worth pursuing.
     

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