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Hi All! I’m Mike, from south central PA! Been a previous Challenger owner but first time Hellcat owner

I look forward to hopefully becoming a long term participant of this forum!

I am taking delivery of a new 2021 Hellcat on Friday and am super excited. I wanted to get your thoughts if this was a good deal. (This is my 3rd Dodge in 5 years; 2018 TA392, 2019 Laramie, now Hellcat)

I know you can’t value the trade but the PO is below and attached.

Let me know your thoughts and I look forward to learning and contributing

MSRP: $73,615
Discounts: $5,097
Trade Allowance: $50,000
Taxes: $1,111.08
Doc Fee: $422
License and Title: $159.47
Trade Payoff: $41,927.43
Amount Financed: $62,137.98


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Well, what did you trade? What could you have sold it for yourself? It is $50k of this deal you are asking folks to evaluate.
 

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Well, what did you trade? What could you have sold it for yourself? It is $50k of this deal you are asking folks to evaluate.
Fair enough! A 2019 Porsche Macan. I probably could have sold private for 56-58. But probably would take a while. With trading in I did save a fair amount of money on taxes.
The convenience of not selling privately is significant worth to me.
 

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I am taking delivery of a new 2021 Hellcat on Friday and am super excited. I wanted to get your thoughts if this was a good deal.
Bottom line is how do you feel about the deal? It's a great deal if you feel good about the OTD price and didn't compromise your financial health in the process. You don't need any of us to tell you if it's good or bad. We're not chipping in to help you with your payments, insurance, or fuel. Enjoy your cat!
 

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Bottom line is how do you feel about the deal? It's a great deal if you feel good about the OTD price and didn't compromise your financial health in the process. You don't need any of us to tell you if it's good or bad. We're not chipping in to help you with your payments, insurance, or fuel. Enjoy your cat!
Very true! I honestly wasn’t in the market. I wanted a classic but my wife wanted something new so she could drive. I really didn’t have a ton of time to research this market. But from what I have initially seen I’m very pleased with the price (and no impact to financial situation).
Overall I’m thrilled and can’t wait.
 

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Welcome and congrats. If you use Facebook, check out PA Modern Mopar. I'm just outside of Harrisburg. In this market, that's pretty darn good.
Where at? I’m in Dillsburg.
I will check them out!
 

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I agree with the guys saying as long as you’re happy with the deal….it was a good deal. I’ve bought a lot of cars in my lifetime and sometimes I feel great about the deals and other times I know it wasn’t a good deal. Just looking at what you provided it appears to be A solid deal to me. Congrats.
 
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