Re: 2014 GC Overland... Good deal?
K, so that's $52,180 MSRP, $49,268 Invoice.
My basic formula for 1 or 2 yr old but still current body used value is to take $.50/mile off the realistic price I'd pay. To me that's a high of Invoice (very easy to get) to a low of 5% below Invoice, not counting rebates.
So, I would have a buy range of $46,800 (5%) to $49,268 (Invoice) LESS mileage deduction of $15k (30k miles x $.50/mile).
So to me the value of that rig is roughly $31.8k to $34.2k. I know that might seem low but $.50/mile is the right hit, IMHO, since that's the cost of this rig over it's "legal" life of 100k.
So if I could buy a new one still without breaking a sweat for $46k ish I would not take any 30k example at only $6-7k less.