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Flyct said:
Flyct said:
It’s been 1 month since I sold our 2023 Leaf SV Plus back to the dealer for $33,000. They have had it listed for $37,558 plus $999 dealer fee. That’s a crazy price for a used Leaf that’s not eligible for a tax credit. I wonder if they screwed up on my buyback offer.

It’s now 2 months since I sold our 2023 Leaf SV Plus to the dealer for $33,000. They now have it listed for $35,456 plus $999 dealer fee. Still overpriced.

After more than 3 months since I sold my SV Plus back to the dealer it Looks like the local Florida. dealer who boughit for $33,000 didn’t sell it and put it on auction.

Now it’s at a MD Nissan dealership listed for $33,000, which is what the Florida dealer paid me for it. So looks like they took a big loss.

Now with the new tax credit for 2 year old used EVs less than $25,000 I’m searching for a 2019-2021 SL Plus for less than $24k at a dealership. That would give me. $4000 tax credit. Of course I’ll check it out with LeafSpy for battery degradation.

I ordered a 2nd Tesla Model Y AWD after the big price reduction. It’s $50,990 and it qualifies for a $7.5k tax credit.
 
Flyct said:
Now it’s at a MD Nissan dealership listed for $33,000, which is what the Florida dealer paid me for it. So looks like they took a big loss.

Yes indeed, and they added on auction costs.
Why didn't they just lower their retail price more ? $28k may have found a buyer

They went from over-reacting on the buy side to over-reacting on the sell side

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As an aside, a family with kids has to have a pretty high income to be able to take advantage of the entire $7,500 EV credit since they are already starting off with at least a $28k standard deduction and the better part of $6k child credits so the first $80k or so of income is already covered, if not more.
 
SageBrush said:
Flyct said:
Now it’s at a MD Nissan dealership listed for $33,000, which is what the Florida dealer paid me for it. So looks like they took a big loss.

Yes indeed, and they added on auction costs.
Why didn't they just lower their retail price more ? $28k may have found a buyer

They went from over-reacting on the buy side to over-reacting on the sell side

--
As an aside, a family with kids has to have a pretty high income to be able to take advantage of the entire $7,500 EV credit since they are already starting off with at least a $28k standard deduction and the better part of $6k child credits so the first $80k or so of income is already covered, if not more.

Here’s the listing https://www.sheehynissanofwhitemarsh.com/vehicle-details/used-2023-nissan-leaf-sv-plus-white-marsh-md-id-51084627 at the current dealership in MD.
 
Flyct said:
SageBrush said:
Flyct said:
Now it’s at a MD Nissan dealership listed for $33,000, which is what the Florida dealer paid me for it. So looks like they took a big loss.

Yes indeed, and they added on auction costs.
Why didn't they just lower their retail price more ? $28k may have found a buyer

They went from over-reacting on the buy side to over-reacting on the sell side

--
As an aside, a family with kids has to have a pretty high income to be able to take advantage of the entire $7,500 EV credit since they are already starting off with at least a $28k standard deduction and the better part of $6k child credits so the first $80k or so of income is already covered, if not more.

Here’s the listing https://www.sheehynissanofwhitemarsh.com/vehicle-details/used-2023-nissan-leaf-sv-plus-white-marsh-md-id-51084627 at the current dealership in MD.

And here it is 3 weeks later and the car is still for sale in MD.
https://www.sheehynissanofwhitemarsh.com/vehicle-details/used-2023-nissan-leaf-sv-plus-white-marsh-md-id-51084627
 
Flyct said:
Flyct said:
Flyct said:
It’s been 1 month since I sold our 2023 Leaf SV Plus back to the dealer for $33,000. They have had it listed for $37,558 plus $999 dealer fee. That’s a crazy price for a used Leaf that’s not eligible for a tax credit. I wonder if they screwed up on my buyback offer.

It’s now 2 months since I sold our 2023 Leaf SV Plus to the dealer for $33,000. They now have it listed for $35,456 plus $999 dealer fee. Still overpriced.

After more than 3 months since I sold my SV Plus back to the dealer it Looks like the local Florida. dealer who boughit for $33,000 didn’t sell it and put it on auction.

Now it’s at a MD Nissan dealership listed for $33,000, which is what the Florida dealer paid me for it. So looks like they took a big loss.

Now with the new tax credit for 2 year old used EVs less than $25,000 I’m searching for a 2019-2021 SL Plus for less than $24k at a dealership. That would give me. $4000 tax credit. Of course I’ll check it out with LeafSpy for battery degradation.

I ordered a 2nd Tesla Model Y AWD after the big price reduction. It’s $50,990 and it qualifies for a $7.5k tax credit.


Update: The 2023 SV Plus I sold back to the original selling dealership for $33k is still at the 2nd dealership MD who bought it on auction. It’s Now listed for $31,000. I wonder how low they will go to get rid of it. We paid sticker price right around $38.5k for it and claimed the $7500 tax credit, so it cost us $31k new.

https://www.sheehyfordgaithersburg.com/inventory/used-2023-nissan-leaf-sv-plus-fwd-4d-hatchback-1n4cz1cv2pc553599/

I gave up the search for a 2019-2021 Plus leaf for $25k and below that would qualify for the used EV tax credit. Dealers were packing deals with up to $4k in BS fees. Now After owning 5 Nissan Leafs we bought 2 - 2023 Tesla Long Range Model Ys, one for the wife and one for me. Mine is Gray and the wife’s is White. Tesla dropped the price of the Model Y $12,000 and it now qualifies for the full tax credit. You order online just like you order from Amazon. No BS dealer fees, no unexpected add on BS. just a $250 non-refundable order fee.

What a strange market EVs have become.
 
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Triggerhappy007 said:
You should get online quotes too from Carvana, Carmax, Vroom, Driveway, Shift, Carbuyerusa, etc. When I priced my Mach-E a few months ago, it ranged from $41k-$48k.
Shift has gone bankrupt.

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/shift-technologies-files-for-bankruptcy-amid-wind-down-33602dbf
www.shift.com confirms.
 
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