I dont mean to hector or hassle you but given your delivery date, you prolly got the CA 5k rebate as well as the $7500 tax credit.tilenius wrote:@cwerdna - good point.
I just found out I could get a pro-rata refund on the extended warranty / service plan, so plan to do that instead of selling them with the car. I'll get $1400 back from cashing them in.
As a result, revised the listing down to $17,600 (with no warranties).
Do you guys think that's a fair price given new 2013 pricing? I've had a few low ball offers and wondering how much the market for the used ones really has moved down given the more aggressive 2013 pricing. IE: wondering how firm I hold versus do I go lower still?
Let me know what you guys think: what is a fair discount vs. new 2013's for a used car? Any guidelines?
the car (not taxes) prolly cost about 33k, that is what mine cost, with the fast charger, a few months earlier.
My math shows 20.5k.
so you have to decide what you should pay to drive it for almost two years.
if it is $200 a month, then the price is high. and you got the best two years of the car's life.