Re: Trade my Limited for Overland?
We didn't get a lot of specific info on the options of these two vehicles. But here is another way to analyze the decision. First, what is the difference on the MSRP on the two vehicles. This number is roughly the difference in the fair market value on each car new. Let's say the MSRP difference between the two new is $2000. Then take the additional amount you are paying for the Overland $3200($38400 - $35200) and subtract the $2000, and you have the cost to drive your new Limited for 3000 miles. In this example , it would be $1200. If the difference in the MSRP is MORE than 3200, then I think you got a real good deal since it cost you 3200 to go up more than 3200 in MSRP plus you got to drive a new Limited for 3000 miles!