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So I ended up getting it for 52k otd and I got a free year added on to the Mopar 3 year lease option protection plan for $1000 which I just threw my deposit on that lol. Honestly I didn't think it would get much lower later I mean I paid 57k for my 16 with 12k miles on it a few years back.
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I was thinking about the price as well. 52 otd for a brand new charger hellcat sound too good to be true.
It was too good to be true which is why I had to jump on it ASAP. Hell even had to take like $5k less on selling me ZL1 bc the guy offering more was taking too long. But I couldn't let that deal slip away.
 

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57k for a Charger Hellcat brand new is a decent deal at this point. I'll add that if you like the 2019 I wouldn't wait given you might loose it. The 2019 IMO is the best model year currently given that it has the refreshed interior, the one-off model year grill update, still has power steering (If you prefer that to EPS), and isn't wide body (Some of us aren't a fan of the widebody). If you don't get a 2019 and want a new vehicle you'll be left with 2020's which are all widebody.
Your logic is exactly why I jumped on mine. It was stickered for $79k and I got it for $64k. Love the wrapped dash and frankly hate the widebody look and slower factory specs due to drag.... the 19 is an all around win for me.
 
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Most aren't going anywhere because the owners are not accepting the reality of the situation.
This.

There is a difference between what cars are being offered for and what they are actually MOVING for.

I like the idea of just sitting this out and watching.
 
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