Bought my 2015 Hellcat, 6 speed, white with navigation and summer tires for MSRP of 62080 on 4/27/15. Traded it in right at eight months later on a 2016 Honda CRV EXL on 12/24/15. Hellcat had under 2Kmiles. Dealer gave me 59800 for the car and and knocked 4200 off the price of the new car, so I felt the 59800 was a fair representation of trade-in value I was given as opposed to trade-in plus reduction in price on the new car. 2280 depreciation for eight months seemed fair enough to me for the fun of owning the car. I recouped about half of the sales tax since I paid no sales tax on the new car as the trade-in value was in excess of the new car price. I walked out the door with the new car and a check for 32K and change. Honda dealer did not want the car on their lot, but shopped it with dealers by phone. They did not say where it was going, but did say it was being shipped somewhere. I probably could have gotten a little higher if I had tried to sell the car outright, but would have had to have paid about 2K in sales tax on the new car in Florida without a trade-in. This meant I would have had to have sold the car for right about MSRP had I gone this route. Plus deal with a lot of low ball phone calls or people who just hoped they could get to demo drive a Hellcat. I hope the Hellcat prices hold up, but I was afraid they would drop when supply caught up with demand like the Camaro ZR1's. Now what to do with the 32K? I have a 67 Plymouth GTX 440 automatic. Maybe it it time for a muscle car upgrade.