I'm shocked that my 2021 Super Stock in October of 2021 was $85k, and now you can't find a new one for under $110k. The prices of these cars are crazy.
You can still get a fully loaded (100k + sticker TRX) for under 90k through one of the participating discount dealers over on the TRX forums.Prices have been increasing across the board, and certainly since COVID started.
My '22 TRX, which I took delivery of early last year, had a sticker of $84,xxx. You're lucky to buy a base truck for that now, and my exact build is about $10k higher ordered today.
ADM has nothing to do with MSRP increasing. That’s just dealers who believe demand surpasses their ability to resupply$20k ADMs??
I paid ADM. Not sure what a brain is worth in relation to money but I can tell the car in the future has a much lower value than what I’m paying for it.There were ADM’s long before covid. The problem is there are people with more money than brains that believe some of these new models are special and will be worth paying over sticker for potential future values.
My point exactly. No matter what it is I'm buying, if I choose to by a Red Eye and I have to pay a little over, I don't mind because I'm getting something I like, I enjoy. It won't be online 2 years from now for sale with 500 miles. If it does go for sale, it will have miles on it because I intend to enjoy it. I'm in Colorado, and weather permitting I drive a Roadrunner and with a Hellcat to enjoy, I can start tearing down the bird and give her some attention.I paid ADM. Not sure what a brain is worth in relation to money but I can tell the car in the future has a much lower value than what I’m paying for it. I want the car so I’ll buy it and I’ll pay what the dealer and I both think is fair. That’s the market we live in….
Exactly. Dealers are cranking up adm's so when people see $10k adm's they think they are getting a good deal. We have already seen people here saying "not bad only $10k over".Funny how " it needs to stop" is said by those who have their car from a few years back. That's when they paid an insane amount.
It's called Capitalism. If it's too expensive don't buy it.
The current unusual circumstances of the market and economy right now actually make this a hard question to answer.Sup yall need your honest opinion about my unique situation. Maybe i should make this its own topic but what do i know.
I ordered a Charger Hellcat Widebody for msrp back in November. Guess it won't be here till March at the earliest
I got to work 6 days a week and currently have no car. Just use uber. So I asked my dealer about another vehicle in the meantime.
He told me he has a 2023 Challenger widebody hellcat arriving any day now and I can lease or buy it for msrp.
In this current market do you think I can take delivery of this Challenger. Drive it for a few months and then sell it for what I paided or maybe.......MORE?
Maybe I should just stick to ubering till my charger is here lol